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FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. OH. 161, 170, 171. 1876. 445 cents, claimed to have been due from him to the United States, and paid by him upon the final settlement of his accounts as a disbursiugofficer of the United States Navy; and upon said sum of four hundred and fifty dollars and twenty-four cents he also paid interest to the United States, amounting to two hundred and two dollars and fifty-nine cents; and as said sum of four hundred and fifty dollars and twenty- four cents, the same being a portion of the principal claimed to be due the United States as aforesaid, was refunded and paid to him by the Secretary of the Treasury, he prays that the interest he paid upon said four hundred and fifty dollars and twenty-four cents, amounting to two hundred and two dollars and fifty-nine cents, may be refunded him by act of Congress authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to pay to him said amount out of any money in the'Treasury not otherwise appropriated. Approved, July 1, 1876. GBAP. 1'I0.-Au act for the relief of Joseph Wilson, of Bourbon county, Kentucky. July 6, 1876. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treas- ¥’=·>‘**35¢*** in -V··· ury be, and is hereby, authorized and directed to pay to Joseph Wil- *"*"‘ “”"“""· son, of Bourbon county, in the State of Kentucky, the sum of fifteen thousand three hundred dollars, out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated; which sum shall be in full compensation for ninety mules captured from him by rebels at Beltsville, in the State of Maryland, in the year eighteen hundred and sixty-four which mules were presented at the picketlines of the defenses around Washington, District of Columbia, in part fulfilment of a contract to deliver in said city five hundred mules. Approved, July 6, 1876. CHAP. 171.-An not for the relief of Ariel K. Eaton and James D. Jenkins. Jill! 7.1876- Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _ States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the lute- _P=*§*¤<‘**' ***6***3 rior be, and he is hereby, authorized and required to allow and pay to j`:;,,,,,;? ‘f,:f,,k§‘::S_ Ariel K. Eaton, of Osage, Iowa, late receiver of the United States land- " office at Decorah and Osage, in the State of Iowa, the sum of three thousand six hundred dollars, on account of money paid out and expended by said Ariel K. Eaton as such receiver, for clerks in his said office, during the time he was the incumbent thereof. Sec. 2. That the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized and required to allow and pay to James D. Jenkins, of Osage, Iowa, late register of the United States land-onice at Decorah and Osage, Iowa, aforesaid, the sum of three thousand six hundred dollars, on account of money paid out and expended by said James D. Jenkins as such register for clerks in his said office, during the time he was the incumbent thereof. . Sec. 3. That to enable the Secretary of the Interior to make the pay- ments hereinbefore required, there is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the sum of seven ‘ thousand two hundred dollars• and the amounts hereinbefore allowed to said Ariel K. Eaton and James D. Jenkins respectively shall be received by them in full satisfaction and settlement of all claims or demands against the Government for the clerical or other expenses of their said offices. Approved, July 7, 1876.