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TABLE OF CLAIMANTS.
Allen, Jno. J., Commissioner, Eastern District, N. Y...
Bartlett, Geo. A., Disbursing Clerk, Treasury Department
Central and South American Commissioners and Secretary....
Conrad, H. C., Chief Supervisor of Elections, Delaware...
Creecy, Chas. E., Attorney at Law......
Curtiss, Wm. E., Secretary to Central and South American Commissioners....
District Attorney, Eastern District, Missouri...
Duvall, Jane, Administratrix of G. W. Duvall..
Eveleth, James, Clerk, etc., Superintendent Winder's Building..............
O'Connell, M. D., United States attorney, Northern District, Iowa.......
Phelps, Stokes and Co., Bankers, New York City
Printers, Government Printing Office.......
Receivers of Public Moneys (Osage Land Case)..........
TABLE OF CASES AND SUBJECTS IN THEIR RESPECTIVE ORDER
In the matter of the right or duty of the Treasury Department to withhold payment of a judgment, or any part thereof, against the United States in the Court of Commissioners of Alabama Claims, or to deliver to an attorney, who is not the attorney of record, the draft issued to make payment of said judgment, for the purpose of securing payment of compensation alleged to be due to such attorney for services in relation to the claim on which said judgment was founded.................. EXAMINATION-FEE:
In re account of district attorney under sections 824 and 838 of the Revised
In the matter of the availability of the appropriation made for the pay of the navy and marine corps by the act of July 7, 1884 (23 Stat. 262), appropriating money "for the purpose of providing for the expenses of the naval service for the six months ending December 31, 1884”.
STATE OF DELAWARE V. EMERSON AND OTHERS.
In the matter of the availability of the appropriation made by the act of July 7, 1884 (23 Stat., 224), "for payments of United States district attorneys," to pay for services rendered by a United States district attorney in defending a suit against a secretary of the Treasury for a seizure of cotton in 1865 under the captured and abandoned property acts of March 12, 1863 (12 Stat., 820), and July 2, 1864 (13 Stat., 375).. EMOLUMENT:
In the matter of the question whether the compensation earned by a United States district attorney, when employed by the Attorney-General for unofficial services in defending a suit against an officer of the United States, for acts done in the performance of his official duties, shall be included in the emolument returns of such attorney..
In the matter of the authority of the head of an executive department to impose upon a clerk thereof the duties of a superintendent of the construction of a building for said department, suspend the regular salary of such clerk, and fix his compensation as such superintendent at a higher rate than that of his clerkship..........
In the matter of the right of a chief supervisor of elections to compensation for drafting (1) recommendations for the appointment of supervisors of elections, (2) oaths of office for such supervisors and for deputy marshals, and (3) instructions to supervisors, and (4) to per diem compensation for attendance before United States circuit courts..