426 FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 183. 1879. _Star routes, cou- drcd and sixty-eight, eight thousand five hundred and seventy, eight
- “‘“*°d· thousand Eve hundred and seventy-one, eight thousand five hundred and
seventy-two, and eight thousand five hundred and seventy four, Texas, during the second quarter of eighteen hundred sixty eight, six hundred and sixty one dollars and nineteen cents. For carrying the mails on routes numbered thirty-one thousand one hundred and seventy-six and thirty-one thousand two hundred and forty, Texas, from April first, to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy six, three hundred and eighty-three dollars and SIX cents. For an allowance of one month’s extra-pay on discontinuance of service from July first, eighteen hundred and seventy-tive, route numbered twenty-seven thousand two hundred, Iowa, twenty seven dollars and seventy five cents. For amount for one desk for the safe keeping of letters, December twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and seventy-three, ten dollars. STEAMBOAT TRANSPORTATION. Steamboat serv- For carrying the mails between Norfolk, Virginia and New York, New i°°· York, from July first, eighteen hundred and seventy one, to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, route numbered four thousand seven hundred and twenty live, Virginia, seven hundred and nfty dollars. MAIL-MESSENGER SERVICE. _ Messenger serv- For increase of mail-messenger service between the Baltimore and
- °°· Ohio Railroad depot and the post office, both at Chicago, Illinois, from
December twenty eighth, eighteen hundred and seventy-four, to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy five, one thousand two hundred and twenty six dollars and eight cents. For mail-messenger service from April fifteenth to June thirtieth, and from July first to fifteenth, eighteen hundred and seventy two, two hundred and eighty-two dollars and nfty cents; this amount being required to reimburse the postmaster, he having paid for the authorized service. FOREIG-N-MAH. TRANSPORTATION. Fvrvigu mail For carrying the United States mails between San Francisco New ““““P°"“‘t‘°“· Zealand, Australia Sandwich and Fiji Islands from February second to September thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy four, being the amount of sea postages on mails conveyed, two thousand seven hundred and nfty-five dollars and fourteen cents. Also, for carrying the mails between San Francisco and Australia, from October twelfth, eighteen hundred and seventy four, to November ninth, eighteen hundred and Seventy-nve, being the amount of sea postages on mails conveyed, five thousand and two dollars and seventy three cents. For carrying the United States mails between San Francisco, China, and Japan, from January fifteenth to September seventeenth, eighteen hundred and seventy-four, being nine outward and Seven inward trips, five thousand one hundred and ninety-five dollars and sixty-one cents. Also, for same service from October nineteenth to December twenty- second, eighteen hundred and seventy-four, being three round trips, two thousand nine hundred and four dollars and twentythree cents. F. A. Wilson. To adjust the account of F. A. \Vilson, for carrying the mails on route numbered fifteen thousand two hundred and eighty-one during the second quarter of the year eighteen hundred and sixty-six. a transfer to the amount of one thousand five hundred dollars on the books of the Treasury is hereby authorized. Approved, March 3, 1879.