Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 19.djvu/392

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366 ro1vrY-1·*ounr11 eoucnnss. sees. II. cs. 106. 1877. _ Chronicle Pub- For payment of amounts certiiied to be due by the accounting-ollicers h“i““€ C°'“P““Y· of the Treasury Department to the Chronicle Publishing Company for advertising proposals for stone at Bock Island arsenal, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-one and prior years, nfty-four dollars. _ _ NAVY DEPARTMENT. Pay, Navy. For pay of officers and men of the Navy, being a deficiency for the iiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, and for prior years, one million dollars. Officers on mr- That the accountingofficers of the Treasury be, and they are hereby, i¢>¤ei¤-l¤¤»’- authorized and directed to adjust and settle the accounts of the officers of the Navy on the active-list whose pay has been aiiected by the general order of the Secretary of the Navy, numbered two hundred and sixteen, since the first day of September, eighteen hundred and seventy- six, on the basis of waiting-orders pay; and such sum as may be necessary to make up the difference between the furlough and waiting-orders pay of such officers is hereby appropriated for that purpose, out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. INTERIOR DEPARTMENT. SURVEYING PUBLIC LANDS. Jesse Applegate. Surveying public lands in Oregon: Amount due Jesse Applegate, for surveys executed under contract with the surveyor-general of Oregon, being a deiiciency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-one and prior years, three hundred and forty-two dollars and one cent. Jesse Applegate. Amount due Jesse Applegate and D. W. Applegate, for surveys exe- D· W·Al‘i’i°g"i°· cuted under contract with the surveyor-general of Oregon, being a deliciency for the iiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-one and prior years, four hundred and seventy-one dollars and thirty-seven cents. W. ihnyars. Amount due W. H. Byars, for expenses incurred in examining surveys, in order to test the accuracy of the work, under instructions from the surveyor-general of Oregon, March thirteenth, eighteen hundred and seven ty-two, being a denciency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-three, two hundred and thirty-eight dollars and fifty cents. H9 Wai d ii iid Amount due Howard and Huifer, for surveys executed under contract Huh"' with the surveyor-general of Oregon, being a deuciency for the Hscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-three, one hundred and eight dol~ lars. A. Gesner, John Amounts due A. Gesner and John S Kincaid, for surveys executed S- Kincaid- under contracts with the surveyor-general of Oregon, being a deneieucy _ for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventyfour, one thousand and seventy-three dollars and forty-two cents. J. w, Meldmm, Amounts due J. W. Meldrum, H. Meldrum, W. H. Odell, B. F. Vaughn, H- M<>l<lr¤r¤¤.W- H· and N. O. Walden, for surveys executed under contracts with the sur- 0d°U> "‘“d °i’h°"· vcyor-general of Oregon, being a delicieney for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-five, two thousand six hundred and eighteen dollars and thirty-five cents. E. P. Henderson. Amount due E. P. Henderson, for surveys executed under contract with the surveyor-general of Oregon, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-tive, nine hundred and thirty-one dollars and sevenLy—nine cents. _ William H. Odell. Amount due William H. Odell, deputysurveyor, for surveys executed under contract with the surveyor-general of Oregon, being a deficiency for the nseal year eighteen hundred and seventy-six, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-four dollars and ninety-eight cents. J. H. Hulfer. For amount due J. H. Huifer, for surveys executed under contract with the surveyor-general of Oregon, being a deficiency for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, one hundred and forty dollars and thirty-one cents.