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CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE AUDITOR FOR THE WAR

DEPARTMENT.

Claims allowed by Auditor for War Department.

For pay, and so forth, of the army, one hundred and forty-two thousand five hundred and twenty-four dollars and twenty-six cents.

For mileage to officers and contract surgeons, sixty-eight dollars and two cents.

For mileage to officers traveling without troops, fifty-seven dollars and ninety-six cents.

For oflicers' transportation, eighteen hundred and seventy-seven and prior years, five hundred and ninety-nine dollars.

For Signal Service of the Army, one hundred and thirty-seven dollars and sixty-nine cents.

For encampment and maneuvers, organized militia, four hundred and forty-one dollars and seventeen cents.

For expenses of recruiting, seventy dollars and seventy-seven cents.

For subsistence of the army, one hundred and seventy dollars and thirty-one cents.

For regular supplies, Quartermaster's Department, two hundred and fifty-three dollars and seventy-five cents.

For incidental expenses, Quartermaster's Department, forty-three dollars and seventy-nine cents.

For horses for cavalry, artillery, and engineers, one hundred and ten dollars.

For barracks and quarters, two thousand two hundred and seventyone dollars and eighty-six cents.

For transportation of the army and its supplies, except the claim numbered ninety-seven hundred and eighty-seven, forty thousand nine hundred and forty-four dollars and seventy-three cents.

For clothing, and camp and garrison equipage, one hundred and eleven dollars and eighty-six cents.

For construction and repair of hospitals, twenty-five dollars.

For replacing ordnance and ordnance stores, nineteen hundred and seven and nineteen hundred and eight, one dollar and eighteen cents.

For manufacture of arms, fifty-five dollars and fifty cents.

For headstones for graves of soldiers, nineteen hundred and eight, two thousand one hundred and fourteen dollars and ninety-four cents.

For headstones for graves of soldiers, eighteen dollars and eightyone cents.

For burial of indigent soldiers, forty dollars.

For expenses California Débris Commission, six dollars and ten cents.

For National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Central Branch, thirty-nine dollars.

For National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Western Branch, twelve dollars and ninety-five cents.

For National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Pacific Branch, seventy-seven dollars and thirty-seven cents.

For National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, clothing, three hundred and thirty dollars and sixteen cents.

For horses and other property lost in the military service, one hundred and twenty-seven dollars.

For expenses of Rogue River Indian war, fifteen dollars and eightyone cents.

For collecting, drilling, and organizing volunteers, sixty-five dollars and fifty-five cents.

For pay, transportation, services, and supplies of Oregon and Washington volunteers in eighteen hundred and fifty-five and eighteen hundred and fifty-six, twenty-four dollars and fifty-five cents.

CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE AUDITOR FOR THE NAVY

DEPARTMENT.

partment.

For pay of the navy, four thousand nine hundred and ninety-eight claims allowed by dollars and seventy-six cents.

For pay, miscellaneous, two hundred and thirty-five dollars and fifty-three cents.

For pay, Marine Corps, one thousand one hundred and one dollars and eleven cents.

For provisions, Marine Corps, one dollar.

For transportation and recruiting, Marine Corps, eleven dollars and sixty-nine cents.

For contingent, Marine Corps, nineteen hundred and eight, seven hundred and twenty-four dollars and sixteen cents.

For contingent, Marine Corps, six hundred and forty-nine dollars and fifty-four cents.

For transportation, Bureau of Navigation, nineteen hundred and eight, four thousand seven hundred and thirty-six dollars and seventynine cents.

For transportation, Bureau of Navigation, four hundred and sixtyone dollars and thirty-five cents.

For gunnery exercises, Bureau of Navigation, twenty-five dollars and twenty-three cents.

For outfits on first enlistment, Bureau of Navigation, thirty-six dollars and forty-two cents.

For outfits to naval apprentices, Bureau of Navigation, seventeen dollars and eighty cents.

For maintenance of naval auxiliaries, Bureau of Navigation, nineteen hundred and eight, one hundred and eleven dollars.

For maintenance of colliers, Bureau of Navigation, seventy dollars.

For ordnance and ordnance stores, Bureau of Ordnance, one hundred and eighty-nine dollars and twenty-six cents.

For contingent, Bureau of Ordnance, four cents.

For equipment of vessels, Bureau of Equipment, four thousand and forty-six dollars and forty-two cents.

For maintenance, Bureau of Yards and Docks, one hundred and seventy dollars and twenty-five cents.

For contingent, Bureau of Yards and Docks, forty-six dollars and seventy-eight cents.

For repairs, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, one thousand and twenty-seven dollars and sixty-six cents.

For provisions, Navy, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, one hundred and twenty-four dollars and eighty cents.

For freight, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, three thousand nine hundred and twenty-nine dollars and fifty-three cents.

For contingent, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, forty dollars and seventy-nine cents.

For construction and repair, Bureau of Construction and Repair, seven thousand three hundred and ten dollars and five cents.

For steam machinery, Bureau of Steam Engineering, one thousand seven hundred and fifty-nine dollars and five cents.

For housing torpedo vessels, three dollars and eight cents.

For repairs and preservation at navy-yards, one hundred and fiftyone dollars and forty-four cents.

For indemnity for lost property, naval service, Act March second, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, except the claim numbered eightyeight hundred and fifteen, two thousand six hundred and thirty dollars and thirty-seven cents.

For destruction of clothing and bedding for sanitary reasons,. ninety-three dollars and twenty-one cents.

For bounty for destruction of enemy's vessels, thirteen dollars and three cents.

For enlistment bounties to seamen, five hundred and eighty-two dollars and eighty-two cents. CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE AUDITOR FOR THE INTERIOR

DEPARTMENT.

Claims allowed by

For expenses, special inspectors, Department of the Interior, nineAuditor for Interior Department. teen hundred and nine, four hundred and six dollars and thirty-seven

cents.

For contingent expenses, Department of the Interior, nineteen hundred and nine, one thousand three hundred and one dollars and six cents.

For collecting statistics, Bureau of Education, seventeen dollars and forty-three cents.

For reindeer for Alaska, nineteen hundred and eight, one hundred and sixty-eight dollars and seventeen cents. For Sequoia National Park,

eighty-nine dollars and sixty-nine cents. For contingent expenses, office of surveyor-general of Washington, one dollar and eighty-one cents.

For salaries and commissions of registers and receivers, one hundred and one dollars and ninety-one cents.

For contingent expenses of land offices, forty-three dollars and eighty-four cents.

For expenses of hearings in land entries, thirteen dollars and fortyfive cents.

For protecting public lands, timber, and so forth, nine dollars ånd forty-seven cents.

For surveying the public lands, thirty-nine thousand five hundred and sixty-two dollars and seventy-nine cents.

For surveying private land claims, one thousand and twenty-four dollars and eighty-nine cents.

For surveying forest reserves, seventeen dollars and twenty-four cents.

For resurveys in San Diego County, California, one hundred and eight dollars. For Geological Survey, eighteen dollars and eleven cents.

For surveying and allotting Indian reservations, five hundred and sixty-four dollars and twenty-one cents.

For suppressing liquor traffic among Indians, nineteen hundred and nine, one hundred and seventy-five dollars and forty cents.

For Indian school transportation, fifty-eight dollars and fifty cents.

For telegraphing, transportation, and so forth, Indian supplies, nineteen hundred and nine, six thousand eight hundred and fourteen dollars and fifteen cents.

For telegraphing and purchase of Indian supplies, thirty-eight dollars and thirty-seven cents.

For transportation of Indian supplies, two hundred and four dollars and thirty-one cents.

For traveling expenses, Indian inspectors, nineteen hundred and eight, eight dollars and ten cents.

For contingencies, Indian Department, nineteen hundred and nine, nine hundred and thirty dollars.

For pay of Indian agents, four hundred and twenty-one dollars and forty-three cents.

For incidentals in Arizona, nineteen hundred and nine, sixty-seven dollars and thirty-six cents.

For incidentals in Montana, nineteen hundred and nine, one hundred and seventy-nine dollars and eighty-three cents.

For irrigation system, Tongue River Reservation, Montana, one hundred and sixty-five dollars and ninety-nine cents.

For Indian school, Bismarck, North Dakota, buildings, ninety-six dollars.

For Indian school, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, buildings, one hundred and twenty-five dollars and ninety-five cents.

For Indian school, Pierre, South Dakota, nineteen hundred and eight, eleven dollars and twenty-one cents.

For support of Sioux of different tribes, subsistence and civilization, twenty-five dollars and eighty-four cents.

For support of Yakimas and other Indians in Washington, nineteen hundred and nine, fifty-four dollars and seven cents.

For support of Shoshones in Wyoming, nineteen hundred and nine, seven hundred and ninety-nine dollars and eighty-seven cents.

For Indian exhibit, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, Saint Louis, Missouri, fourteen dollars and ninety-eight cents.

For indemnity to certain Chickasaw Indians for losses, treaty June twenty-second, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, eight thousand and fifty dollars.

For army pensions, twenty-four dollars.

CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE AUDITOR FOR THE STATE

AND OTHER DEPARTMENTS.

Claims allowed by Auditor for State, etc.,

For contingent expenses, House of Representatives, miscellaneous items, nineteen hundred and seven, twenty-one dollars and ninety- departments. eight cents. For increase of Library of Congress, seven dollars and twenty cents.

For lithographing, Department of State, nineteen hundred and nine, six dollars and seventy-five cents.

For salaries, chargés d'affaires ad interim, nineteen hundred and nine, one thousand six hundred and seventy-three dollars and fiftynine cents.

For salaries, chargés d'affaires ad interim, nineteen hundred and eight, three hundred and sixty-nine dollars and eighty-three cents.

For transportation of diplomatic and consular officers, nineteen hundred and nine, four thousand one hundred and fifty-seven dollars and sixteen cents.

For transportation of diplomatic and consular officers, sixty-four dollars and twenty-five cents.

For contingent expenses, foreign missions, forty-two dollars and eighty-nine cents.

For salaries, consular service, three hundred and thirteen dollars and seventy-two cents.

For allowance for clerks at consulates, fifteen dollars and sixteen cents.

For contingent expenses, United States consulates, two hundred and forty-one dollars and nineteen cents.

For support of convicts, District of Columbia, nineteen hundred and nine, two thousand nine hundred and eighty-eight dollars and fifty-six cents.

For support of prisoners, District of Columbia, nineteen hundred and nine, four thousand two hundred and sixty-seven dollars and seventeen cents.

For general expenses, Bureau of Animal Industry, twenty-three dollars and twenty-six cents.

For meat inspection, Bureau of Animal Industry, sixteen dollars and forty-four cents.

For general expenses, Bureau of Plant Industry, twenty-five dollars and forty-five cents.

For purchase and distribution of valuable seeds, four hundred and eighty dollars and twenty-five cents.

For general expenses, Forest Service, one hundred and twenty-six dollars and thirty-two cents.

For enforcement of the food and drugs Act, Bureau of Chemistry, three dollars and sixty-three cents.

For soil investigations, two dollars and sixty-two cents.

For general expenses, Weather Bureau, one hundred and ninety-one dollars and eighty-six cents.

For salaries and expenses, attorneys, examiners, and so forth, Bureau of Corporations, ninety-eight cents.

For naturalization of aliens, ninety-six cents.

For enforcement of the Chinese-exclusion Act, one dollar and eightyfour cents.

For equipment, Bureau of Standards, four dollars and eleven cents.

For salaries, keepers of light-houses, thirty-five dollars and fortytwo cents.

For expenses of light-vessels, twenty-one dollars.

For party expenses, Coast and Geodetic Survey, twenty-three dollars and sixty-two cents.

For general expenses, Coast and Geodetic Survey, forty cents.

For miscellaneous expenses, Bureau of Fisheries, seven dollars and eighty-nine cents.

For salaries, fees, and expenses of marshals, United States courts, forty-three dollars and seventy-four cents.

For fees of clerks, United States courts, nineteen hundred and nine, thirteen thousand and twenty-nine dollars and eighty-two cents.

For fees of clerks, United States courts, nineteen hundred and eight, two thousand eight hundred and thirty-one dollars and ninety-three cents.

For fees of clerks, United States courts, eight hundred and forty-five dollars and sixty-five cents.

For fees of commissioners, United States courts, one hundred and eighty-six dollars and seventy cents.

For fees of witnesses, United States courts, eighty-three dollars and seventy cents.

For support of prisoners, United States courts, one hundred and forty-two dollars and thirty cents.

For prosecution of Indians in Arizona, Act March fourth, nineteen hundred and seven, six hundred and four dollars and thirty cents.

CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE AUDITOR FOR THE POST

OFFICE DEPARTMENT.

Claims allowed by Auditor for Post-Office Department.

Transportation of foreign mails, three thousand four hundred and forty-six dollars and five cents,

City free-delivery service, incidental expenses, four hundred and three dollars.

Inland mail transportation-boat, two hundred and ten dollars. Rural free-delivery service, incidental expenses, twenty dollars and fifty cents.

Rural free-delivery service, supplies, tolls, and so forth, fifty-one dollars and fifty-nine cents.

Inland mail transportation-railroad, four thousand eight hundred and eighty-two dollars and thirty-three cents.

Inland mail transportation-star, one thousand and ninety-eight dollars and eighty-four cents.

Payment of rewards, fifty dollars.

Indemnities for losses by registered mail, one thousand two hundred and twenty-eight dollars and fifty-six cents.

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