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14.2 roarrrninn ooneenss. snsst — 1. cn. ass. 1874. PUBLIC LANDS. Surveying public For surveying the public lands in Kansas, at rates not exceeding ten l°”d° lu K”·“*’“9 dollars per linear mile for standard, seven dollars for township, and six dollars for section lines, being deuciency for nscal year endingJune thirty, eighteen hundred and seventy-one, two hundred and thirty-six dollars and sixty-five cents. _ Minnesota; For surveying the public lands in Minnesota, at rates not exceeding ten dollars for standard, seven dollars for township, and six dollars for section lines, being a deficiency for fiscal year ending June thirty, eightcen hundred and seventy-one, two hundred and twentymne dollars and eighty-eight cents. _ Oregon. For surveying the public lands in Oregon, being a deficiency for the fiscal year ending June thirty, eighteen hundred and seventy-four and prior years, eleven hundred and sixty~two dollars and ninety-five cents. Surveyor- general For office of surveyor-general of California: For rent of oince, of C¤llf°*`¤l¤·9 fuel, books, stationery, and other incidental expenses, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-three, nine hundred and fifty-seven dollars and thirteen cents. Washington Ter- For office of surveyor-general of Washington"1‘erritory : For clerks in ¤i*<>f>’i his ouice for the iiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, seven hundred and one dollars and nine cents. Louisiana; For office of surveyor-general of Louisiana: For clerks in his office for the iiscal year ending‘June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy- four, two thousand dollars. 0f¤z<>¤· For office of surveyor-general of Oregon : For clerks in his office for the iiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy- two, six hundred dollars ; and for the iiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-three, three hundred and fifty dollars. MISCELLANEOUS. Navy pensions. To supply a. deficiency in the appropriation for the payment of Navy pensions, seventy-nve thousand dollars. _ Salaries- For salary of deputy commissioner of pensions, two thousand five hundred dollars ;. for salary of medical referee, two thousand five hundred dollars; for additional compensation of four surgeons, two thousia-pld four hundred dollars; making, in all, seven thousand four hundred o ars. -T<>l¤¤ W- Wright- To pay John W. Wright for rent of building corner of G and Eighth _ _ streets for one year, nine thousand dollars. l §‘<>¤¤¤}¤¤¤¤¤<>¤¤*¤ lg For compensation of the commissioners appointed under the tirst sec-

 f’a”I}&‘:;l tion of the act approved March third, eighteen hundred and seventy-

10W,,, three, entitled "An act to authorize the President to ascertain the value 1svs,__oli. 306, t 1, of certain lands in the State of Iowa, north of Raccoon Fork of the rel Xvlh P· 61** Des Moines River, held by settlers under the preemption and homestead laws of the United States/’1‘ive thousand five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary for the payment of the per diem and actual expenses of the commissioners, to be expended under the direc- _ tion of the Secretary of the Interior. §<>ldi¤f¤’ ¤·g><l SM1- For the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Orphans’ Home, Washington City, Disg,;,g;lglL“Q8C&?;1°gtrict of Columbia, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary ,,;,,_ of the Interior, eleven thousand three hundred and nity dollars and Money, how to be ninety-seven cents: Provided, That hereafter no child or children shall ¢¤m?a<l:><;·hi1,lr0n be admitted into said home except " the destitute orphans of soldiers wbc_mm,,m,_ and sailors who have died in the late war on behalf of the Union of 1866, 0h_ 249, ,3, these States,” as provided for in section three of the act entitled “An vox. xiv, p.24’7. act to incorporate the National Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Orphans’ Home," Nob to ,0,,,,,;,, approved July twenty-ilfth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six; And proafter, &n. vided further, That no child not an invalid shall remain in said home