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FIFTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 1210. 1888. 587 To pay George N. Strananan for services as conductor of the new George N. sous- Senate elevator from April first to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred h““· and eightv·eight, three undred dollars. To pay Frank E. Waterman for nine days’ services, from December rm¤kr:.wmrmoo. fifth to December thirteenth. eighteen hundred and eighty-seven inclusive, as clerk to Senator C. J. Faulkner, fifty-four dollars. To pay Jules Guthridge for seven days’ services, from December mos coumage. fifth to December eleventh, eighteen hundred and eight -seve11, inclusive, as clerk to Senator George Hearst, forty-two dollars. To pay George H. Boyd, assistant in Senate document—room, for George rr. Boyd. services rendered July eleventh and twelfth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, six dollars and fifty-two cents. To ena le the Secretary of the Senate to pay to the widow of the James T. raney. late James T. Farle , late a Senator from the State of California, ,,€“"“°”‘ ‘° ‘“d°" deceased, the sum oiy one thousand two hundred and forty-eight dollars and eighty cents, being the amount of one mileage from his home to the seat of government and return. That hereafter the statement of all appropriations made during Stqtemeutot approeach session of Congress, including new offices created and the sala- ""f;",f,§‘#§§gS of_ ries of each and sa aries of the offices which are increased and the amounts of such increase authorized by the act of July fourth, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, shall be repared under the direction of Vol.5.p.117. the Committees on Appropriations of) the Senate and House of Rep- ¤,§g¤%,;d’?°°‘ 64* **18* resentatives, and said statement shall hereafter show also the offices the salaries of which are reduced or omitted, and the amount of such reduction, and shall also contain achronological history of the regular appropriation bills passed during the session for which it is prepared; an to complete this work for the present session the sum of twelve 1>oymo¤noo1o»·1¤·. hundred dollars is hereby aptpropriated, to be paid to the persons designated by the chairmen o said committees to do said work. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. To pay to the widow of the late William T. Price, a member-elect “’i11i¤¤¤'1‘.Pric<3 to the Fiftieth Congress, but who died before the time of its organi- 0#)°ym°”t t° wi °" zation, six thousand dollars. To pay to the widow of the late E. W. Robertson the amount of F-‘};Rl·;*>¤,¤;’¢wd salary and mileage for the unexpired term of his service as a member os?`) ° °W gf lphe Fiftieth Congress, eight thousand eight hundred and fifty-one 0 ars. To pay to the widow of the late S. C. Moffat the amount of salary S. <j.M<»rm. and milea e for the unexpired term of his service as a member of .,{'“""°`“‘ '° “`m°" the Fiftiedi Congress, Five thousand nine hundred and eighty-nine dollars and eighty-ni11e cents. To pay to the widow of the late N. T. Kane the amount of salary gsi'- ggtueo wm W and mileage for the unexpired term of his service as a member of or. m ° the Fiftieth Congress, seven thousand six hundred and fifty-five dollars and eighty-one cents. To pay to the legal heirs of the late Andrew S. Herron, a member- gdregéf-tgemgi elect to the Forty-eighth Congress, but who died before the time of or. rm _ its organization, six thousand dollars. To pay to the widow and legal heirs of the late J. T. a glwnxregrglgrirs _ member-elect to the Forty-Eighth Congress, but who died fore the "‘“°" '° °" time of its organization, six thousand dollars. _ To pa accounts for stenographic work done for the committees Stenographic work. of the House during the present session by other than the official stenographers, and which are recommended by the Committee on Accounts, namely, to A. Johns, five hundred and eightysix dollars .»=..JouoS. and seventy-five cents; and to James O. Clephane, eig ty-two dollars James o. ciopmme. and fifty cents; in all, six hundred and sixty-nine dollars and twenty- tive cents; said claims to be audited by the Committee on Accounts and paid on their approval by the Clerk of the House.