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674 rirrr-snoonn coneanss. sms. 11. on. 210. 189:;. Q¤¤*¤¤¤ s¤¤w¤·* by CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE THIRD AUDITOR AND SECOND $é`.$.‘{.°.f£25.?.'2“s°°‘ oonrrnonnnn. War Department. WAR DEPABTMIENT. oumeunamr-une For incidental expenses QU81't0Pm&St8P7S Department, one hundred P°"‘“°“‘· and twenty-one dollars and forty-three cents. Army tr¤¤¤r<>¤¤» For transportation of the Army and its supplies, nineteen dollars “°"‘ and thirty-three cents d0*>¤<—rv=·*i¤¤¤· ¤¤¤·· For observation and report of storms four thousand seven hundred °°°"°°' and ninety-two dollars and twenty-six cents. ummm aiegmpn For maintenance and repair of military telegraph lines ninety-nine H""- dollars and sixty-four cents. Horses, m.,emm.. For horses and other property lost in the military service, five hundred and seventy-tive dollars. Navyclaims,Fourth NAVY DEPARTMENT CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE FOURTH @;§*P‘;;u‘§fl S°°"“° AUDITOR AND SECOND COMPTROLLER. N·vyPgy_ _ For pay; of the Navy, two hundred and fifty eight dollars and fifty- seven cen . msseeuzuem. For pay miscellaneous, one hundred and sixty-five dollars and seventy- two cents. nmim or renin For transportation and recruiting Bureau of Equipment and Recruit- '“°“ '“‘° R°°""“"“‘ ing one dollar and fifteen cents, 1¤¤¤i·¤·-¤¤¤·¤¤¤¤¤¤- For enlistment bounties to seamen, one hundred and fifty dollars. Lost vienna;. For indemnity for lost clothing, sixty dollars. mimgamyy. Mileage, Navy, Graham decision: For the payment of claims for °’“b‘“‘ °°°"“°"‘ diference between actual expenses and mileage allowed under the decision of the United States Supreme Court in the case of Graham, five hundred and seven dollars and thirty-four cents. s,E{{,“,{‘,'§,§,{‘§Y'°" by CLAIMS AILOWED BY THE SIXTH AUDITOR. P¤·>¢¤1¤¤·=¤¤¤¤· For deficiency in the postal revenue eighteen hundred and ninety and prior years, one thousand one hundred and seventy-seven dollars and sixty-six cents. · _,fj_$;*°l* ¤P°l*¤¤•>¤ That the clause reading as follows: ‘• William Milligan, adminis· ` trator of George Wattles, deceased, twenty-one twenty one thousand eight hundred and thirty dollars, in the act making appropriations to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-one, and for prior years. and for other purposes,” passed March third, eighteen hundred and mlm6d2G- r- ¤•>4· ninety-one (page nine hundred and four of volume twentysix, United A' States Statutes at Large), be, and the same is hereby, amended so as to read as follows: umllfjg tfgjlligy, “\Villiam Mulligan, administrator of George Wattles, deceased, mem wtmep. twenty-one thousand eight hundred and thirty dollars; and the award Qlffgfu g_‘}§m*;, fj;} in this case shall not be paid until the Court of Claims shall certify to bility; tr cnsms. the Secretary of the Treasury that the personal representative on whose behalf the award is made represents the next of kin, or in the event the court shall tind there were no next of kin and that there is a widow, then that such widow is so represented." ending June thirteenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-one, and for prior years, and for other purposes," to be paid to the person or persous entitled to recover and receive the same, to be ascertained by the Court of Claims upon sufficient evidence and certified to the Secretary of the Treasury. Approved, March 3, 1893.