FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 373. 1896. 297 To Elihu Root, ex-United States Attorney southern district of New glib? RM- York, for services rendered as attorney for the defendant in the suit of m°°°' the Yale Lock Manufacturing Company versus Thomas L. James, in March, eighteen hundred and eighty-four, by direction of the Attorney- General, the sum of two thousand dollars. PAYMENT TO W. HALLETT PmLLirs: To pay the account of W. §§;‘§;_}ls·*'*° I’¤il“P¤· Hallett Phillips, of Washington, District of Columbia, for legal services ` in the case of The United States versus Stanford, numbered seven hundred and eightythree, under the direction of the Attorney-General, during the mouths of December, eighteen hundred and ninetyfdve, and January and February, eighteen hundred and ninety- six, five hundred dollars. REIMBURSEMENT OF DES MOINES NAVIGATION AND RA1LuoAD dm ygirmxign C01n>ANY: To reimburse the Des Moines Navigation and Railroad PX:;" ° °"" Company and others, defendants, for costs paid by them for printing in B°i*¤b“¤°¤°¤*- case of the United States of America, plaintiff, versus The Des Moines Navigation and Railroad Company and others, defendants, in the United States circuit court for the northern district of Iowa, in pursuance of stipulation made between the parties and approved by the court in relation to said costs of printing, five hundred and forty-one dollars and twenty-six cents. PAYMENT T0 DAVID OVERMYEB: To pay to David Overmyer, of ;?jr‘jg£'°'¤*Y”’· Topeka, Kansas, for services as special master in chancery in the caseof the United States of America against the Black Bob band of Indians and over two hundred other defendants, the United States having been ordered by the court to pay him this amount for his said services, two thousand seven hundred and thirty-three dollars. JUDICIAL. UnitedStatescourta. SALARIES, ciuovrr oounrs: To pay the salary of the additional cir- engtresei .i¤·¤s¤ M- cuit judge for the seventh judicial circuit, under the Act approved Feb- vtiilguiiins. ruary eighth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, irom March thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, both inclusive, at six thousand dollars per annum, one thousand five hundred and thirty-three dollars and thirty-three cents. To pay the salary of the additional circuit judge for the ninth judi- ,,,],*;%*1*** J¤·*¤° ¤*¤¤= cial circuit, under the Act approved February eighteenth, eighteen v»i.és,p.oss. hundred and ninety-nve, from March lifth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, to June thirtietb, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, both inclusive, at six thousand dollars per annum, one thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars. SALARIES, msrnror Junens: To pay the salary of the district gf:;,, juan judge of the United States for the district of Utah to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-six, at five thousand dollars per annum, estimated, two thousand and thirty-two dollars and ninety-four cents. Sunaanas, nisrmor Arrommrsa To pay the salary of the district ¤*·=¤M •¤¤»¤·r- attorney of the United States for the district of Utah to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-six, estimated, eighty-one dollars and twenty-nine cents. Summits, msrmcr nnnsuhnsz To pay the salary of the district MMM- marshal of the United States for the district of Utah to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-six, estimated, eighty-one dollars and twenty-niue cents. UNITED STATES comers. Srnorlu. Assrsrmr yrronnnrsz For payment of assistants to warg? ···*¤¤¤* ·* United States district attorneys employed by the Attorney-General to ° ` aid district attorneys in special cases, thirty thousand dollars. To pay amounts ibund due by the accounting officers of the Treasnry on account of the appropriation for “Pay of special assistant attorneys, United States courts," for the fiscal years as follows: For the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-tive, four thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars.