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Claims allowed by the General Accounting Office, War Department Division.

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159689 B. Taylor, major, Quartermaster Corps.. Pay, etc., of the Army (certi

fied claims). 159485 | Herbert C. Neblett..........

Mileage to officers and contract

surgeons (certified claims). 69893 Bangor & Aroostook R. R. Co........... General appropriations, Quar

termaster Corps (certified

claims). 69894 Bliss Dallett & Co..

..............10........................ 69899 Galveston, Harrisburg & San Antonio .....do.........

Ry. Co. 69908 | Oregon-Washington Railroad & Navi

gation Co. 69913 Southern Ry. Co.... 69918 Wharton & Northern R. R. Co...

..do.... 69939 i Central of Georgia Ry. Co.......... .....do..... 69949 Dominion Express Co..........

.....do..... 69952 International & Great Northern Ry. ...do.... 69953 | Kansas City Southern Ry. Co.....

....do... 69965 Missouri, Kansas & Texas Ry. Co. of .....do.

Texas. 69970 Central of Georgia Ry. Co...

....do........ . 69975 Galveston, Harrisburg & San Antonio .....do...

Ry. Co. 69977 | Louisiana Railway & Navigation Co.

do..... 69978 Louisville & Nashville R. R. Co..... .....do.... 69979 Moore & McCormack Co. (Inc.)....

do.... 69981 Georgia R. R..... 69990 Long Island R. R. Co....

...do.... 70005 | San Antonio, Uvalde & Gull R. R. Co..

....do..... 70008 Union Pacific R. R. Co....

.....do...... 70009 Bliss, Dallett & Co...

.....do...... 70019 Union Pacific R. R. Co..

J.....do...... 70020 | Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Co., T..

1.....do...... coast lines. 70022 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Ry. Co... 70025 New York Central R. R. Co...

..do... 159.566 | K, A. Barker..... 159710 The Foss Outfitting Stores....

...do.... 159927 | Markleton Hotel Co..

.....do..... 69463 Louisiana Railway & Na

.....do...... 69972 Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Co....

....do.... 69998 .....do...... : :::

..do.... 70021 Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co.

....do... 70023 Michigan Central R. R.Co....

....do..... 159594 David Brown & Isaac Vaniewsky...

..do... 159662 The Gramm-Bernstein Motor Truck Co.......do.

Total......

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582.70 214. 47 685.50 412.74

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1,666.67

1920 1920 1919 1919 199 1919 1920 1920 1920 1920 1919-20

1919

94. 40 316.23 16R 62 123.33 392. 57 225.00 114. 52

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69856 St. Louis-San Francisco Ry. Co......... Supplies, services, and trans

portation, Quartermaster

Corps (certified claims). 69883 | South Brooklyn Ry. Co.......

..do..... 69885 American Express Co. 69886 Adams Express Co......

.....do.... 69887 Southern Express Co..........

......do..... 69888 Wells Fargo & Co., express....

.....do.... 69890) Atlantic Coast Line R R. Co.

do... 69907 | Northern Pacific Ry. Co....

..do... 69936 Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Lou 69938 Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Co....... 69950 El Paso & Southwestern system..

.do... 69976 Galveston, Harrisburg & San Antonio

...do... Ry. Co. 69980 Morgan's Louisiana & Texas Railroad &

Steamship Co. 69984 San Antonio & Aransas Pass Ry. Co....

.do............. 69986 Louisiana Railway & Navigation Co.... .do... 69987 | Pennsylvania R. R. Co......

..do... 69988 San Antonio & Aransas Pass Ry. Co.. .do.. 699-9 St. Louis Southwestern Ry. Co. of Texas. .....do..... 69922 St. Louis, Brownsville & Mexico Ry. Co 70003 Pennsylvania R. R. Co.....

.....do..... 70004 1.....do.................................. .....do.....

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6,072.39 4,833.66

281.39

Claims allowed by the General Accounting Office, War Department Division-Continued.

No. of certifi. cate.

Name of claimant.

Appropriation from which

payable.

Fiscal year in which

the expenditure was incurred.

Amount.

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WAR DEPARTMENT-Continued

MILITARY ACTIVITIES--continued. 70006 Southern Ry. Co............

Supplies, services, and trans

portation, Quartermaster

Corps (certified claims). 70015 Norfolk & Western Ry. Co.........

do.......... 159500 E. 0. Proctor Co..............

...do..... 159695 Johnson & Higgins...

...do..... 69863 | Louisiana Railway & Navigation Co.... .....do... 69972 | Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. Co...... .....do... 69998 1.....do........ 70021 Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co.. 70023 Michigan Central R. R. Co.... 159662 The Gramm-Bernstein Motor Truck Co. .....do..

Total. 159594 David Brown & Isaac Vaniewsky....... Barracks and quarters (certi

fied claims). 159397 | Lemcke & Buechner ............. Air Service,' Army (certified

claims). 69982 Ohio Electric Ry. Co............. Increase for aviation, Signal

Corps (certified claims). 159395 Government of Porto Rico........ Medical and Hospital Depart

ment (certified claims). 69904 New York Central R. R. Co............ Ordnance service (certified

claims). 69850 War Department for adjustment of ap Ordnance stores, ammunition | propriations.

(certified claims). 69983 Pennsylvania R. R. Co......

Ordnance stores and supplies

(certified claims). 69869 | Canadian Pacific Ry. Co.......... Arina:nent of fortifications

(certified claims). 69881 Raritan River R. R. Co..

.....do......... 69969' Canadian Pacific Ry. 69985 South Buífalo Ry. Co...

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6.00 1,724.66 1,925. 42

Total.......

1917

111.80

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169732 | Gustav Stearns...........

Arming, equipping, and train

ing the National Guard (cer

tified claims). 159733 John A. Hadley....

.....do.......... 159776 William D. Cawley, jr...

.....do..... 159777 Howard Bratton....

.....do.... 159778 | John D. Brown....

....do... 159779 Edníund Pratt....

....do.. 159780 Stephen Kline.....

.do... 159781 Earle E. Jones.....

..do........ Total...... 159455 Matthew A. Garey..............

Increase of compensation,

Military Establishment (cer

tified claims). 159190 Jack Johnson...

.....do...... 159191 Leroy Sayre.....

.....do...... 159.365 Bert Smith.....

....do.... 159707 Hubert Willis.....

....do.... 1597081 Richard E. Burke...

....do.... 159709

William Harrison.... 159740 Fred C. Root.......

I.....do.... 159741 | William Daniels.....

'.....do.... 159742 Elizabeth Kane......

......do..... 159743 LeRoy M. McDowell

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Total............
Total, military activities..........

NONYILITARY ACTIVITIES. 69909 Pacific Electric Ry. Co....

National Home for Disabled

Volunteer Soldiers, Pacific

Branch (certified claims).
Total, War Department.....

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01553

RECAPITULATION OF CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE

WAR DEPARTMENT DIVISION.
War Department:
Military activities
Pay, etc., of the Army (certified claims)....

......................................... 10.61
Mileage to officers and contract surgeons (certified claims).......
General appropriations, Quartermaster Corps (certified claims)...
Supplies, services, and transportation, Quartermaster Corps (certified cl
Barracks and quarters (certified claims)......
Air Service, Army (certified claims)......
Increase for aviation. Signal Corps (certified claims)....
Medical and hospital department (certified claims)....
Ordnance service (certified claims)...
Ordnance stories, ammunition (certified claims)...
Ordnance stores and supplies (certified claims).....

100.83 Armament of fortifications (certified claims).....

1,925. 42 Arming, equipping, and training the National Guard (certified claims)

471.91 Increase of compensation, Military Establishment (certified claims)....

950.84 Total, military activities.....

..... 97,251.00 Nonmilitary activities National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Pacific Branch (certified claims)...... 6. 76 Total, War Department....

257.76 Claims allowed by the General Accounting Office, Post Office Department Dirision.

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RECAPITULATION OF CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE,

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT DIVISION.

Clerks, first and second class post offices..........
Power-boat service.....
Unusual conditions at post offices...

.................... $299. 42

65.37 . 100.00

Total “Deficiency in postal revenues (certified claims)” payable from General Treasury..... 464. 79

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4th Session. S

7 No. 314.

JUDGMENT RENDERED AGAINST UNITED STATES.

COMMUNICATION

FROM

THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES,

TRANSMITTING,

PURSUANT TO LAW, A JUDGMENT RENDERED AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT BY THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR WESTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA IN THE CASE OF MATTIE B. OVERBEY v. THE UNITED STATES, REQUIRING AN APPROPRIATION FOR PAYMENT.

FEBRUARY 26 (calendar day, FEBRUARY 27), 1923.—Read; referred to the Committee

on Appropriations and ordered to be printed.

THE WHITE HOUSE,

Washington, February 27, 1923. The PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE.

Sir: I have the honor to transmit herewith for the consideration of Congress in accordance with the provisions contained in the deficiency act of April 27, 1904 (33 Stat. 422), a judgment rendered against the Government by the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia, under the provisions of the act of March 3, 1887 (24 Stat. 505), as amended by section 297 of the act of March 3, 1911 (36 Stat. 1168), as submitted by the Attorney General through the Secretary of the Treasury, which requires an appropriation for its payment, together with such additional sum as may be necessary to pay interest on said judgment at the rate of 4 per cent per annum from the date thereof until the time the appropriation is made, with the proviso that the judgment herein provided for shall not be paid until the right of appeal shall have expired as follows: Under the United States Housing Corporation: Mattie B, Overbey v. The United States.......................

................ $437.50 The foregoing is an obligation of the Government lawfully imposed and (subject to the reserved right of appeal) must be paid. For this reason and because it could not have been anticipated in the regular appropriation bills, no further explanation under section 203 (a) of the Budget and accounting act seems necessary. Respectfully,

WARREN G. HARDING

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
BUREAU OF THE BUDGET,

Washington, February 21, 1923. Sir: I have the honor to submit herewith for your consideration, and upon your approval for transmission to Congress, in accordance with the provisions contained in the deficiency act of April 27, 1904 (33 Stat. 422), a judgment rendered against the Government by the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia, under the provisions of the act of March 3, 1887 (24 Stat. 505), as amended by section 297 of the act of March 3, 1911 (36 Stat. 1168), as submitted by the Attorney General through the Secretary of the Treasury, which requires an appropriation for its payment, together with such additional sum as may be necessary to pay interest on said judgment at the rate of 4 per cent per annum from the date thereof until the time the appropriation is made, with the proviso that the judgment herein provided for shall not be paid until the right of appeal shall have expired, as follows: Under the United States Housing Corporation: Mattie B. Overbey v. The

......... $437.50 Since the foregoing is an obligation of the Government, lawfully imposed, and which (subject to the reserved right of appeal) must be paid, and because it could not have been anticipated in the regular appropriation acts, an appropriation for that purpose is necessary at this time. Very respectfully,

R. O. KLOEBER, Acting Director of the Bureau of the Budget.

United States..................

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......................... $431.00

ESIDENT.

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE,

Washington, February 19, 1923. Hon. ANDREW W. MELLON,

Secretary of the Treasury. Sır: In compliance with statute, I am transmitting herewith judg. ment rendered against the United States in favor of the claimant in the case of Mattie B. Overbey v. The United States, in the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia, pursuant to the provisions of the act approved March 3, 1887 (24 Stats. L. 505), as amended by the Judicial Code approved March 3, 1911 (36 Stats. L. 1087).

I have the honor to request that this judgment be certified to
Congress for appropriation of the principal sum named therein, as
well as the 4 per cent interest provided in section 10 of the act of
March 3, 1887.
Respectfully

ROBERT H. LOVETT,
Assistant Attorney General

(For the Attorney General).

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