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1030 FIFTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. I. CHS. 46, 55, 62. 1888. Mimi 2% 1889- CHAP. 46.-An set granting a pension to Theresa B. Hoifmann. · Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the m',f,§1°'°“ B- H°"'· United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary reuém. of the Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to place on the pension-roll, subject to the provisions and limitations of the ppnsion laws, the name of Theresa B. Hoffman, widow of E. G. offman, deceased, late a captain in the One hundred and sixty-fifth Regiment of New York Volunteers, and to pay her a pension at the rate of twenty dollars per month. Approved, March 29, 1888. April 2, 18&. CHAP. 55.-An act for the relief of R. G. Huston and Company. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the 1:. e. Hust¤.pn& oo. United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary meof the Treasury be, and he hereby is, authorized and directed to pay R. G. Huston and John B. Neely, partners as R. G. Huston and Company, the sum of seven thousand five hundred and seventy-two dollars and forty-eight cents, for re lacing earth and material washed away from the levees from Milton to Raleigh, in the State of Louisiana, by the extraordinary Hoods of February, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, the same being in full payment for all extra work done by them in connection with their contract with the United States un er date of October third, eighteen hundred and eighty-two ; and said sum is herebly a propriated to the payment of the isadme out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropria e . Approved, April 2, 1888. spru 4,  :~:~: CHAP. 62.-An act for the relief of Peter Marek, Thomas J. Wright, ad1ninis· ""‘_"‘W tmtor, and others. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Répresentatiees of the }f¤Ig;•:¤I*¤ <=¤‘¤y M United States of America in Congress assemble , That the Secretary _ of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay {gisgph Sport. to Eliza Scott, widow of Joseph Scott, deceased, late captain of the °"°‘ steamer Prima Donna, one thousand one hundred and seven dollars and twenty-five cents; " nm¤m.e1eme¤¤. To Isaac M. Clement, or to his legal representatives, six hundred and ninety-eight dollars and twenty-five cents; mmlvgglgm To Thomas J. Wright, administrator of David Vaughn, deceased, ' three hundred and sixty-five dollars; Barnvy J.s¢1¤¤>1ey. TloHBarneytJ. Sehooley, or his legal representatives, sixty dollars an y een s; p mgrrgdcrlck Kim- _To Frederick Kimmerly, two hundred and Efty-four dollars and ' eighty-three cents; rem muck. ip Peter Marek, one hundred and forty-four dollars and eight 0911 S; meuernxsimui. T1; Frederick Smith, two hundred and ten dollars and ’fifty-eight 0011 ; new mmm. Tp Thomas Miller, two hundred and ten dollars and fifty-eight Con S ; oweuuembb. To Owen McNabb, two hundred and ten dollars and fifty-eight cents, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated; the same beingl compensation in full for time and commutation for rations while eld as prisoners of war after being captured from the steamboat Prima Bonne, in eighteen hundred and sixty-four, as will appear in the iindmgs of facts by the Court of Claims in Con-