456 FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 216, 217. 1876. and not having been returned by him to the house of Congress in which it originated within the time prescribed by the Constitution of the United States, has become a law without his approval.] July 19, 1876- CHAP. 217.-An act for the allowance of certain claims reportedby the acc0unting· ···*·*‘·_·; officers of the Treasury Department. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United 1f*64»0]¤-?40» States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Treas _ },3aSf,a;·g?% of ury be, and he is hereby, authorized and required to pay, out of any claims` allowed by moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to the several peraccounting-ofdcers sons in this act named the several sums mentioned herein; the same <>fT1‘9¤·S¤W to PGP being in full for, and the receipt of the same to be taken and accepted in “°“" m"` each case as a full and final discharge of, the several claims examined and allowed by the proper accounting-ofticers under the provisions of the act of July fourth, eighteen hundred and sixtyfour, since December seventh, eighteen hundred and seventy-four, namely: Nm M“’X‘“°* OF THE TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. To Antanacio and Antonio Abeite, six hundred dollars. Tennessee. OF THE STATE OF TENNESSEE. To Charles R. Abbott, Fayette County, two hundred and forty dollars and eighty-three cents. To Thomas G. Allison, Davidson County, twenty-one dollars and twentyuve cents. To John F. Anderson, Franklin County, one hundred and fifty-nine dollars. To Philip Anthony, Junior, Wilson County, four hundred dollars. To J. H. Atchley, Sevier County, fortyhve dollars. To Claiborne W. Ault, Knox County, seven hundred and twenty- three dollars and fifty cents. To Julia C. Bailey, executrix of Sylvester Bailey, deceased, late of Shelby County, three hundred and fifty dollars. To Nathaniel Bird, Knox County, one hundred and fifteen dollars and seventytive cents. · To Kinchen Burnett, Davidson County, seventy dollars. 1 _To David Beard, Wilson County, one hundred and seventyfive dol- . ars. To Daniel L. Bettis, Jefferson County, one hundred and forty-eight dollars and sixty cents. . To Henry Biggs, Lafayette County, one_thousand three hundred and twenty-tive dollars. Tic Elias Bowman, Campbell County, twenty-three dollars and five cen s. To James S. Boyd, Knox County, three thousand five hundred and fifty-five dollars. 1 To James Brassel, Morgan County, one hundred and eighty-four dollars. To John Bettes, J efferson County, thirtyeight dollars. To E. W. Caldwell, Shelby County, three thousand tour hundred and fifty-nine dollars and seventy-five cents. To E. J. Carr, Shelby County, one hundred and sixty-nine dollars and fifty cents. To James R. Chavoos, Robertson County, three hundred and twelve dollars and nfty cents. 1aTo Joel B. Chitwood, Scott County, one hundred and fifty-two dolrs. ·
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