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J. C. Robbins, seven hundred sixty-nine dollars and fifty-five cents; Payment of judgCynthia B. Ripley, two hundred thirty-two dollars and twelve me
ments on account of
damages, improve. cents;
ment of Fox and Wis
consin Rivers-ConIsaiah Rifenbach, one thousand one hundred forty-nine dollars tinued. and eighty-two cents;
Valentine Mingel, one thousand four hundred sixty-five dollars and eighty-eight cents;
Alexander W. Stow, and Randall A. Stow, three thousand dollars;
W. H. Miller, as administrator of the estate of William Miller, deceased, and I. Newton Miller, three thousand three hundred seventynine dollars and twenty cents;
John S. McDonald, six hundred and forty dollars;
Ralph O. Fox and Edward McCaffrey, one hundred seven dollars and twenty cents;
James Rockafellow, one hundred thirty-three dollars and thirtyeight cents;
Catherine Stillwell, four hundred thirty-nine dollars and forty-five cents;
Francis E. Aldrich, one hundred twenty dollars and seventy cents;
Limitation for bringbe held liable for damages heretofore or now caused by the overflow ing suits. of the lands or other property of any person in the prosecution or maintenance by the United States Government of any of the works of improvement of the Fox and Wisconsin Rivers, in the State of Wisconsin, unless the action or proceeding to ascertain and determine the amount for which compensation is now legally owing for the damages occasioned by such overflow, and as contemplated by the act of Congress approved March third, eighteen handred and seventyfive, entitled “An act to aid in the improvement of the Fox and Vol. 18, p. 506. Wisconsin Rivers, in the State of Wisconsin," shall have been or shall be commenced as provided in said act, and the acts amendatory thereof, prior to the passage of this act, and all claims and causes of action now existing upon which no proceeding has been already or shall be taken within the time last specified to enforce the same shall be forever barred. And the said act approved March third, eighteen Vol. 18, chap. 166, p.
506, repealed. hundred and seventy-five be, and the same is hereby, repealed, but no action or proceeding which shall be pending shall be in any way affected by this repeal: Provided, however, That all appeals on the Proviso.
Appeals. part of the United States to the courts from the awards and determinations of any such commission shall proceed in the same manner as though said act had not been repealed. To pay amount of judgment in favor of Charles Sweany for flow- Charles Sweany;
Payment to, dam age damages caused by the improvement of the Fox and Wisconsin ages, Fox and Wiscon Rivers, in the State of Wisconsin, certified by the Attorney-General sin Rivers. in House Executive Document Number Two hundred and seven, Forty-ninth Congress, first session, one thousand, sixty-seven dollars and nine cents, being in addition to the sum of one hundred fourteen dollars and sixty-five cents appropriated for costs on appeal to the superior court in the deficiency appropriation act approved August fourth, eighteen hundred and eighty-six.
Payment of commis- To pay the amounts due the several commissioners to ascertain sioners to ascertain
i flowage damages caused by the improvement of the Fox and Wis. damages, For and Wisconsin Rivers. consin Rivers, in the State of Wisconsin, as follows:
To Commissioner J.V.Swetting, one thousand one hundred seventythree dollars and twenty-five cents;
To Commissioner J. Č. Burdick, one thousand four hundred forty dollars and ninety-five cents;
To Commissioner J. C. Thompson, eight hundred eighty-two dol. lars and sixty cents
To Commissioner G. H. Buckstaff, three hundred thirty-two dol. lars;
To Commissioner E. M. Wadsworth, two hundred fifty-five dollars and fifteen cents;
To Commissioner G. H. Read, three hundred fifty-seven dollars and thirty cents.
To Commissioner J. C. Burdick, one thousand five hundred and sixty-four dollars;
To Commissioner J. V. Swetting, one thousand five hundred and sixty-four dollars;
To Commissioner B. L. Cornish, one thousand four hundred and eighty-five dollars;
To Commissione G. H. Buckstaff, one thousand four hundred and eighty-five dollars;
In all, ten thousand five hundred and thirty-nine dollars and eighty.
five cents. Augusta G. Ruggles. That so much of the act approved August fourth, eighteen hun.
dred and eighty-six, making appropriations to supply deficiencies in Vol. 24, p. 288.
the appropriations for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty. six and for prior years, and for other purposes, as appropriates twenty. two thousand two hundred and eighty-seven dollars and six cents to pay the unappealed judgment and award of Augusta G. Ruggles, recovered against the United States, and reported by the AttorneyGeneral in Executive Document Number Two hundred and seven, Forty-ninth Congress, first session, be, and the same is hereby, so amended as to appropriate only the sum of twenty thousand two hundred and eighty-seven dollars and six cents.
ated for, reduced.
JUDGMENTS COURT OF CLAIMS.
Payment of judg; For payment of judgments of the Court of Claims, as follows: ments, Court of Claims.
William Wicks, seventy-one dollars and seventy-nine cents;
The Board of Field Officers of the Fourth Brigade of South Carolina Volunteer State troops, ten thousand three hundred and sixteer dollars;
David C. Gist, three hundred and fourteen dollars;
Payment of judg: ments, Caurt of ClaimsContinued.
Charles C. Morrow, fifty-one dollars:
A. J. Northrup, three hundred and nineteen dollars; · Johnson T. Platt, one hundred and forty dollars;
W. G. B. Morris, five hundred and fifty-one dollars;
Payment of judg: William N. Payne, two hundred and ten dollars:
Gustav Hahn, two hundred dollars;
Benjamin Gardner, four hundred and twenty dollars and thirty. five cents;
Charles P. Barrett, seven hundred and thirteen dollars;
To pay the judgment of the Court of Claims in favor of the Pa. cific Railroad, eighty-five thousand three hundred and ninety-six dollars and twenty-four cents, being in addition to the sum of forty
four thousand eight hundred dollars and seventy-four cents, approVol. 24, p. 275. priated by the act approved August fourth, eighteen hundred and
eighty-six, to pay a judgment in favor of said Pacific Railroad, which two sums shall be in full satisfaction of the judgment in favor of the Pacific Railroad reported to Congress in the House Executive Document Number Twenty-nine, Fiftieth Congress, first session.
Joshua Bishop, eight hundred and sixteen dollars and fifty-eight cents, with interest at five per centum, from May sixth, eighteen hundred and eighty-six;
F. M. Symonds, one thousand one hundred and twenty-two dollars. and twenty-nine cents, with interest at five per centum, from May sixth, eighteen hundred and eighty-six;
Susanna E. Dunn, administratrix, two thousand two hundred and thirty-eight dollars and ten cents, with interest at five per ceð tum, from May sixth, eighteen hundred and eighty-six;
John V. Bouvier, seventy-four dollars and thirty-two cents;
William M. Parks and Company; one thousand one hundred and ninety-eight dollars and sixty-nine cents;
G. T. Bonner and Company, one thousand six hundred and thirtysix dollars and forty-two cents;
Vernam and Hoy, five hundred and fifty-three dollars and seventythree cents;
E. P. Scott and Company, four hundred and fifty-eight dollars and thirty-three cents;
Philip W. Schneider, four thousand five hundred dollars;
William A. Morgan, nine hundred and sixty-four dollars;
George R. Durand, four hundred and forty-five dollars and ninety- Payment of judg:
ments, Court of eight cents;
James M. Forsyth, seven hundred and thirty-nine dollars and eight cents; · George B. Livingston, six hundred and ninety-two dollars and seventy cents;
William W. Rhodes, six hundred and ninety-two dollars and seventy cents;
Henry R. Baker, six hundred and ninety-two dollars and seventy cents;
David G. McRitchie, six hundred and ninety-two dollars and seventy cents;
William H. Webb, six hundred and ninety-two dollars and seventy cents;
Samuel Belden, five hundred and seventy-three dollars and twentysix cents;
Zera L. Tanner, six hundred and ninety-two dollars and seventy cents;
William P. Randall, six hundred and ninety-two dollars and seventy cents;
Edward T. Strong, six hundred and ninety-two dollars and seventy cents;
M. H. Crawford, eighty-nine dollars and ninety-five cents;
John L. Neilson, one hundred and seventy-four dollars and thirtysix cents;
John Lowe, four hundred and sixty dollars and fifty-two cents:
Charles H. Rockwell, six hundred and ninety-one dollars and sixty cents;
John R. Musick, ninety dollars;
John H. Stevenson, four thousand two hundred and sixty-six dole lars and ten cents;
John C. Wood, fifty-two dollars;