Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 18 Part 3.djvu/173

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FORTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 388. 1874. 143 afterhavin g attained the age of sixteeuyears. L And the Attorney-Gen _AtF¤¤¤<>y-General eral is hereby directed to enquire into the necessity for and to take any ‘1"°°*°"* °° ““*1“i'°· measures that may be most eifectual to enforce any right or claim which gf:{;,,°"°0f° the United States have to this money, or any part of the same, now in- smenror nnonoynin. volved in the bankruptcy of Henry D. Cooke, or of J ay Cooke and Com- vvliéed ini; ge hang

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To complete the grading anderection of stone wall around- the Col- P1913- umbia Hospital, eight thousand five hundred dollars. Pim- For defraying the expenses of the Board of Health of the District of Board of Health, Columbia, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred Di¤¤‘i¤l= of C<>l¤`¤1- and seventy-four, thirty-one thousand five hundred and seventy dollars. b‘”‘· To enable the Secretary of the Interior to pay Livingston and Schram Li"i¤S¤f°¤ ,¤¤d amount due them under their contract for building apenitentiary and S°h’““‘· an addition thereto in Wyoming Territory, forty dollars. For completion of the work of the geological and geographical survey Geological. &o., of the Territories of the United States by Professor F. V. Hayden, dur- ¤¤FY·>y¤ by P¤>l’<>¤¤¤¤ ing the ilscal year ending June thirticth, eighteen hundred andseventy= H'*Yd°“‘ four, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, twenty thousand dollars. . For the current expenses of the Government Hospitalfbr thelnsane Government hosin the District of Columbia, being a deficiency for the service of the Dilelm l>l¤¤i¤¤¤¤¤- present iiscal year, eleven thousand three hundred and sixty-six dollars. _ _ For the Columbian Institution for the Deaf and Dumb in the Dis- Q°l¤¤¤b¤¤¤ I¤¤*·¤· trict of Columbia, to enable the trustees of the institution to pay the ;'£°§ug’f, “‘° Dm amount yet due on the purchase of the estate known as Kendall Green, ° ten thousand six hundred and ninety-seven dollars and forty-six cents, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior. · For repairing and finishing in a thorough and complete manner the B¢¤¤¤¤ ¤t¤¤¤¤' ¤f bronze statue of J etferson , placing the same in National Statuary Hall, J°*°"“°“· and procuring a suitable marble base and pedestal therefor, ten hundred and thirteen dollars. , _ To pay Captain James L. Fisk, of Montana Territory, the amount due _0¤.pt. James L. to him on settlement of his accounts as officer in charge of overland Fukemigrant expedition, seven thousand eight hundred and sixty-two dollars and thirty-sevencents. _ ‘ . For foundation and pedestal for the bronze statue of the late General F<>¤¤d¤l¤i¤¤ and John A. Rawlins, authorized by act of Congress approved April g,f3jf;%ff&;J’f}’§,f: tenth, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, three thousand dollars. And A_R,,Wuns_I the Secretary of War is authorized to place the same in Rawlins Square, ievz, nn. 4ao, vni; or such other reservation in the city of Washington as he may select. Xvéphigrfgwbny bo, POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENT. *”°‘°°°‘ To enable the Postmaster·General to offer a reward for the apprehen- Reward for appresiou of the parties concerned in the late mail-robberies in Missouri, five £¤¤¤\<>¤£f m¤¤i;¤>lE thousand dollars; and for the same purpose in the matter of the late T‘;fa;’ ‘“°““““ mail robberies in Texas, three thousand dollars. For expense incurred in alterations and improvements made necessary Change of. grads by the change of grade on Eighth street, in order to provide an entrance gssgézts for the mail-wagons to the courtyard of the General Post-Otiice, live ,,,0,,,, ,,,,,m,,,g_ thousand six hundred and- thirty-three dollars and thirty-three cents; and .to pay expenses caused by the change of grade of all the streets surrounding the Post-Office Department building, six hundred and eighty dollars. _ _ For amount due special agents of the Department, being a deficiency S1>·><=¤¤ ¤B¤¤*¤· for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy- two, two thousand one hundred and one dollars and eightyseven cents. · ` To pay the superintendent of free delivery in the Post-Ofdce Depart- f Supennmndontor went the diderence between the salary as a fourth-class clerk and the ’°° °‘“'°’7· salary allowed by law, seven hundred dollars. _