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FIFTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 311. 1892. 309 Wisconsin rivers, in the State ofWiscoi1si11, under the act approved March third, eighteen hundred and seventy-five, as reported to Con- v01. is, gress by the Attorney-General, and fully set forth in House Executive Document Numbered Two hundred and twenty-two, first session of the Fifty-second Congress, one hundred and nine thousand and twenty-two dollars and thirty-three cents. Sec. 2. That for the payment of the following claims certified to be enum; massa by due by the several accounting officers of the Treasury Department "°°°“""“g °“i“"’°· under appropriations the balances of which have been exhausted or carried to the surplus fund-under the provisions of section five of the V0!-18·r•· 110- act of June twentieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-four, and under appropriations heretofore treated as permanent, being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-nine and prior years, unless otherwise stated, and which have been certified to Congress under section two of the act of July seventh, eighteen hundred and vom, p.-154. eighty-four, as fully set forth in House Executive Document Numbered One hundred and ninety-nine, Fifty second Congress, first session, there is appropriated as follows: AUDITED CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE FIRST COMPTROL. Claims allowed by LEE- First Comptroller. STATE DEPARTMZENIL State Department. FOREIGN INTEBGOURSE: For salaries of ministers, three hundred Ministers' salaries. and five dollars and seventy-one cents; For contingent expenses of foreign missions, three dollars and fifty- Q¤¤a¢i¤z¤¤t¤¤p¤¤¤¤¤. two cents; °°°°1°"S' For saliaries, consular service, six hundred and nineteen dollars and 0¤¤¤¤1¤¤¤¤l=¤¤¤¤- fifty-two cents; For salaries, consular offcers not citizens, four dollars and eight c,g;::gh"°”*¤°¤ ¤°* cents- ` For, loss by exchange, consular service, two lnindred and ninety-six 3**** "Y °¤°l*°_“¥°· 0llSl1l¤lI` S•.'l'VlCx*. dollars and seventy-four cents; _ For contingent expenses, United States consulates, one hundred and cg‘j;f{:gj*f'°*1*‘“*°· thirty-nine dollars and seventy-six cents; " For relief and protection of American seamen, sixty-five dollars and ¥<·~¥¤·•`·<·¤···. ¤¤=~···¤¤- thirty-six vents: _ _ _ For pay Of consular ofllcers for services to American vessels and sea. ‘__§j:Q;:‘•’*· A¤‘°"*'¤¤ men, twentysix dollars and fifty cents. TREASURY DEPARTMENT. m_’£3j=·~i·r>· ¤—·z·¤¤· INTERNAL REVENUE: For punishment for violation of interrial-revc {;1¤;¤··~;·¤¤·<»—·¤¤·¤~>- nue laws, three hundred and thirty dollars; '° m'""' For refunding moneys erroneously received and covered, fifty dollars; R*‘“‘°‘“"¤ m°”°F“- For reimbursement of the value of a still destroyed act March one, Destroyed ¤¢¤i· eighteen hundred and seventymine, fifty dollars; For refunding taxes illegally collected, ten thousand and nine dollars R°‘·"""“»=’ *““**· and thirty one cents. COAST AND Gmonnrrc SURVEY: For party expenses, Coast and gfggjf =*¤·**i*·**°¤° Geodetic Survey, except for services over the Pacific railroads, ninety-` ' four dollars and fourteen cents. UNDER SMITHs0NIAN INSTITUTION: Forpreservationofcollections, N¤¤i*>¤¤=·\M¤¤¤¤¤· National Museum, one dollar and thirty-four cents. INTERSTATE Coirnmnen Com1rss1oN: For Interstate Commerce Iuterstaye commas. Commission, two hundred and six dollars and ninety-five cents. °‘°‘“""“"’“‘ BUREAU OF ENGRAVING AND PRINTING: For materials and miseel ,,§n‘;,$f Hjejlf Md laneous expenses, Bureau of Engraving and Printing, forty-five cents.` ` DIISCELLANEOUS: Fuel, lights, and water for public buildings, thirty- £¤¤*gfi·i,l»;;il·li¤;- six dollars and ninety cents. u` lg °°`°°“`