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1. J. A. Tawney, R.
2. J. T. McClearv, R.


8. W. P. Hepburn, R.


2. E. S. Henry', R.
3. N. D. Sperry, R.
4. F. R. Brandegee, R.
5. E. J. Hill, R,


9. W. I. Smith. R.
10. J. P. Conner. R.
11. Lot Thomas. It.
KANSAS.


3. C. R. Davis, R.
4. F. C. Stevens, R.
5. John Lind, D.
6. C. B. Buckman, R.


DELAWARE.


C. F. Scott, R., at large.


7. O. J. Volstead, R.
8. J. Adam Bedo, R.


Henry M. Houston, D., at
large.
FLORIDA.
1. S. M. Sparkman, D.
2. Robert W. Davis, D.
3. William B. Lamar, D.


1. Charles Curtis, R.
2. J. D. Bowersock, R.
3. P. P. Campbell, R.
4. J. M. Miller, R.
5. W. A. Calderhcad, R.
6. W. A. Reeder, K.
7. Chester I. Long, It.


9. H. Steenerson,' R.'
MISSISSIPPI.
1. E. S. Candler, Jr., D.
2. Thomas Spight. D.
3. B. G. Humphreys. D.
4. W. S. Hill, D.


GEORGIA.
1. R. E. Lester, D.
2. James M. Griggs, D.
3. E. B. Lewis. D.
4. William C. Adamson. D
6. L. F. Livingston. D.
6. C. L. Bartlett, D.
7. J. W. Maddox, D.
8. William M. Howard, D.
9. F. C. Tate, D.
10. T. W. Hardwick. D.
11. William G. Brantley. D.
IDAHO.
Burton L. French, R., at
large.
ILLINOIS.
1. Martin Emerich, D.
2. James R. Mann, R.
3. William W. Wilson, R.
4. George P. Foster. D.
5. James McAndrews. D.


KENTUCKY.
1. Ollie James, D.
2. O. A. Stanley, D.
3. John S. Rhea, D. -
4. David H. Smith. D.
5. Swanger Sherley. D.
6. D. L. Gooch. D.
7. South Trimble, D.
8. G. G. Gilbert, D.
9. James N. Kehoe. D.
10. F. A. Hopkins. D.
11. Vincent Boreing, R.
LOUISIANA.
1. Adolph Meyer, D.
2. R. C. Davey, D.
3. R. F. Broussard, D.
4. Pbanor Breazeale. D.
5. J. E. Ransdell. D.
6. S. M. Robertson. D. .
7. A. P. Pujo, D.


5. A. M. Byrd, D.
6. E. J. Bowers, D


7. F. A. McLean, D.
8. J. S. Williams, D.
MISSOURI.
1. J. T. Lloyd, D.
2. William W. Rucker, D.
3. John Dougherty, D.
4. C. F. Cochran, D.
6. William S. Cowherd, D.
6. D. A. De Arinopd, D.
7. C. W. Hamlin, D.
8. D. W. Shackleford, D.
9. Champ Clark, D.
10. R. Bartboldt, R.
11. J. T. Hunt. D.
12. J. J. Butler. D.
13. Edward Robb. D.
M. W. D. Vandivor, D.
15. M. E. Benton. D.
16. Robert Lamar, D.


6. William Lorimer, R.
7. Philip Knopf. R.
8. William F. Mahony, D.
9. H. S. Boutell, R.
10. George B. Foss, R.


MAINE.
1. Amos L. Allen, R.
2. C. E. Littlefield, R.
3. E. C. Burleigh. R.
4. Llewellyn Powers, R.


MONTANA.
Joseph M. Dlxon, R., at
large.
NEBRASKA.
1. E. J. Burkett. R.


11. H. M. Snapp. R.


MARYLAND.


2. G. M. Hitchcock. D.


12. Charles E. Fuller, R.


1. W. H. Jackson. R.


3. J. J. McCarthy, R.


13. R. R. Hitt. R.


2. J. F. C. Talbot. D.


4. E. H. Hinshaw, R.


14. B. F. Marsh. R.


3. F. C. Wachter, R.


5. G. W. Norris. R.


15. George W. Prince. R.


4. J. W. Denny, D.


6. M. P. Kinkaid, R.



LONGEST UNDERGROUND ROADS. 141


NEVADA.


OHIO.


SOUTH DAKOTA.


C. D. Van Duser, D., at


1. Nicholas Longworrh, R.


0. II. Burke, R., at large.


largo.


2. H. P. Goebel, R.


E. W. Martin. R., at large.


NEW HAMPSHIRE.
1. C. A. Sulloway, R.


3. Robert M. Nevin, R.
4. H. C. Garber. D.
5. John S. Snook, D.


TENNESSEE.
1. W. P. Brown low, R
2. H. R. Gibson, R.


2. F. D. Currier, It.


6. C. Q. Hildebrandt. R.


3. John A. Moon, D.


NEW JERSEY.
1. H. C. Loudenslager, R.
2. John J. Gardner. R.
3. B. F. Howell, R.
1. W. M. Lauuing. R.
5. C. N. Fowler. R.
6. William Hughes, D.
7. R. Wayne Parker, R.
8. William H. Wiley, R.


7. T. B. Kyle. R.
8. William R. Warnock, K.
9. J. H. Southard, R.
10. Stephen Morgan. R.
11. C. H. Grosvenor. R.
12. DeWitt C. Badger, D.
13. A. H. Jackson, R.
14. W. W. Skiles, R.
15. H. C. Van Voorhls, R.
16. J. J. Gill. R.


4. M. T. Fitzpatrick, D.
5. J. D. Richardson. D.
6. J. W. Gaines. D.
7. L. P. Padgett, D.
8. T. W. Sims. D.
9. R. A. Pearce. D.
10. M. R. Patterson, D.
TEXAS.
1. Morris Sheppard, D.


9. Allan Benny, D.
10. A. L. McDermott. D.

NEW YORK.


17. J.' W. Cassingham. D.
18. James Kennedy, R.
19. Charles Dick. R.
20. J. A. Beidler R


2. S. B. Cooper, D.
3. J. G. Russell. D.
4. C. B. Randall. D.
5. J. A. Beall, D.


1. Townsend Scudder, D.


21. T. E. Burton," R.


6. Scott Field. D.


2. G. H. Lindsay, D.




7. A. W. Gregg, D.


3 Charles T. Dunwell, R.


OREGON.


8. T. H. Ball, D.


4. F. E. Wilson, 1>.
5. Edward M. Uassitt, D.
6. R. M. Baker, B.


1. Thomas H. Tongue, R.
2. J. N. Williamson. R.


9. G. F. Burgess, D.
10. A. S. Burleson, D.
11. R. L. Henry, I).


7. John J. Fitzgerald, D.


PENNSYLVANIA.


12. O. W. Gillespie, D.


8 T. D. Sullivan, D.




13. J. H. Stevens. D.


9. H. M. Goldfogle, D.
10. William Sulzer, D.


1. H. H. Bingham, R.
2. Robert Adams, Jr., R.


14. J. L. Slayden. 1>.
15. J. N. Gainer. D.


11. William R. Hearst, D.


7. Henry Burk, R.


16. W. R. Smith. D.


12. George B. McClellan. D.
13. F. B. Harrison, R.
14. Ira E. Rider. L>.
15. Wm. H. Douglas, R.
16. Jacob Ruppert, Jr., D.
17. F. E. Schober, D.
18. Joseph A. Goulden, D.
19. Norton I'. Otis. R.
20. Thomas H. Bradley, R.
21. J. H. Ketcham, R.
22. William H. Draper, R..
23. G. N. Southwiek. R.
24. George J. Smith, R.
25. L. N. Llttaur, R.
26. W. H. Flack, R.
27. J. S. Sherman, R.
28. C. L. Kiiapp. R.


4. R. H. Foerderer, R.
6. E. DeV. Morrell. R.
6. George D. McCreary. R.
7. Thomas S. Butler, R.
8. Irving P. Wanger, R.
9. H. Burd Cassei, R.
10. George Howell, D.
11. Henry W. Palmer. R.
12. George R. Patterson, R.
13. M. C. L. Kline, D.
14. Charles F. Wright. R.
15. Elias Deemer, R.
16. C. H. Dickerman, D.
17. Thad. M. Mahon, R.
18. M. E. Olmsted, R.
19. Alvin Evans, R.
20. Daniel F. Lafean, R.


UTAH.
Joseph Howell, R., at large.
VERMONT.
1. D. J. Foster. R.
2. Kittredge Haskins, R.
VIRGINIA.
1. William A. Jones, D.
2. H. L. Maynard, D.
3. John Lamb, D.
4. R. G. Southall. D.
5. C. A. Swanson, D.
6. Carter Glass, D.
7. James Hay, D.
8. J. F. Rixey, D.


9. Campbell Slemp, R.
10. H. D. Flood, D.


29. M. E. Diiscoll. R.
30. John W. Dwight. R.
31. S. E. Payne, K.
32. James B. Perkins, R.
33. C. W. Gillet, R.
34. J. W. Wadsworth, R.
35. William H. Ryan, D.
36. D. A. Alexander, R.
37. E. B. Vreeland, R.


21. S. R. Dresser, R.
22. George F. Huff, R.
23. Allen F. Cooper, R.
24. E. F. Acheson, R.
25. Arthur L. Bates, R.
26. Joseph H. Shull, D.
27. William O. Smith. R.
28. Joseph C. Sibley, R.
29. George Shims third, R.
30. John Dalzell, K.


WASHINGTON.
Wesley L. Jones, R.
b\ W. Cushman, R.
Wm. E. Humphrey, R.
WEST VIRGINIA.
1. B. B. Dovener. R.
2. A. G. Dayton. R.
3. Joseph Holt Gaines, R.
4. H. C. Woodyard, R.


NORTH CAROLINA.


31. H. Kirke Porter, D.


5. James A. Hughes, R.


1. John H. Small. D.


32. J. W. Brown. R.


WISCONSIN.


2. Claude Kitchin, D.
3. C. R Thomas, D.


RHODE ISLAND.


1. H. A. Cooper, R. .
2. H. C. Adams, R.


4! Edw.' W Pou, D.


1. D. L. D. Granger, D.


3. J. W. Babcock. R.


5. William W. Kitchin, D.


2. A. B. Caproii, K.


4. Theobald Otjen, R.


. G. B. Patterson, D.
7. Robert N. Page, D.


SOUTH CAROLINA.


5. W. H. Stafford, R.
6. C. H. Weisse, D.


8. T. F. Kluttz. D.
9. E. Y. Webb, D.


1. George S. Legare, D.
2. George W. Croft, D.


7. John J. Ksch, R.
8. J. H. Davidson, R.


10. J. M. G ruder, Jr., D.


3. VVyatt Aiken, D.


9. E. S. Minor, R.




4 J T Johnson D


10. W. E. Brown, R.


NORTH DAKOTA.


5.' D. E. Finley/D. '


11. J. J. Jenkins, R.


T. F. Marshall, R., at large.


6. R. B. Scarborough, D.


WYOMING.


B. B. Spalding. R., at large.


7. A. F. Lever, D.


F. W. Mondell, R., at large.


LONGEST UNDERGROUND ROADS.


City. Milfx. City. J/i/cs.


Baltimore, Baltimore & Ohio railroad... 7.0 London Metropolitan 130




[loston subway 2-5 New York rapid transit 32.0


Budapest 2.0 Paris underground 8.5



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.



THE PENSION OFFICE.

NUMBER OF PENSIONS ALLOWED AND INCREASED.
Fiscal year ended June 30, 1902. With the annual value of all pensions on the rolls.



CLASS.



Army, general law-
Invalids

Nurses

Widows, etc "

Navy, general law-
Invalids

Widows, etc

Army, war with
Spain-Invalids..
Widows, etc

Navy, war with Spain

Invalids

Widows, etc.

Army, act June'27,'90

Invalids

Widows, etc

Navy, act June 27, "JO

Invalids

Widows, etc

War of 1812-

Survivors

Widows

War with Mexico-
Survivors ...
Widows .'.

Indian wars, l&'!2-42-
Survivors ...

Widows

Total . . .



PENSIONS AT/LOWED AND INCREASED
DURING THE YEAH.



Original.



303

14

2.834



1.020

028



Ann' at
value.



$45,125 11,795



11,352
14,883



394,452

124,524



22.470
10,512



1.178.576 37, 591



16,520 1,658,064



87,902
63,228



144



2.650
34,464



4

115
10. 121 4 08 1.806 50. 547



10.800



Increase, re-
issue and
additional.



No.



66



Annual
value.



$700,569



5,028



6.588
828



S.708
1,968



1,754,212
10,416



20,128
780



7,724
1,194



2.522.147



Restoration

and
reneival.



No.



Ann'al
ralue.



1,206 $179, 15?



2.SO!



1.664 228.021 42.241



DROPPED

FROM

THE

ROLLS.



30

4,516



4t.SU 17. 248



6,718



Annual
Value.



$2,170,404

4.764

720,998

45.549
26,496

68.214
10,668

7.566
264

2,147.553
754,106

84,796
29,160



94.266
45,288

17,904

26.112

6.284.532






s^
3



277.905 $49.081.250

CM 94.244

87,054 13,394,2rO



4.380
2.263

6282
2,i27

329
127

426.188
148,201

15.953

6,977

1

1,317



8,017



903

;u:o



751.1. 58
441,576



833 316
422,8ti6



53.060
24.1JO



47.211.516
15,262,816



1,()79.970
7lH.7:iO



82 (.844
773,664



88.704
J519.632
999,446 ]:i2~152.S(KI



Average annualvalueeach pension $132.23

Average annual value each pension under the general law 171.28

Average annual value each pension on account war with Spain 140.78

Average annual value each pension under act of June 27, 1890 108.59



DISBURSEMENTS.
Fiscal year ended June 30, 1902.



Total.



Navy
pensions.



Grand total.



Augusta

Boston

Buffalo

Chicago '..'..'

Columbus

Concord

Des Moines

Detroit

Indianapolis

Knoxville

Louisville

Milwaukee

New York

Philadelphia

Pittsburg

San Francisco

Topeka

Washington

Total...




$2.755.983.23
6,481.790.69
6.314.457.15
9.798.526.70

14,983,742.39
2.712,573.75
7,801.093.37
6.584.382.60

10.301.947.45
8.028,225.34
3,935.267.53
7.121.106.28
6.151.712.67
7.295.804.23
6,454.150.20
4,663, 774.65

15.951.128.96
7,261,962.57



$837,561.51
" 704,748.37



734.391.44

5ti9.iwr.39



199.238.07
799 065 !M



&755.93S.23

7.3l9,352.2u
6.314.4.-)?. K,

10,563.275. Or

14,983,742.39
2.712.573.-,i
7.801.093.37
(i.584.882.60

10.301.947.45
8.028.225.34
3.985.2157.53
7.121.1116.2s
6.886.104.11
7-805.U01.tB
6,454.i:)t).2il
4.863.012.72

15.951,128.96
8.061,018.51



1M.W7.119.70



138,491,822.48



In addition to the above there was disbursed during the fiscal year ended June 30. 1902, the
following sum, chargeable to the appropriation for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1901: Fees
of examining surgeons, pensions, $240,849.81.



THE PENSION OFFICE. 14U


NUMBER OF 1

In the states, territo
United States. AVi. Ammnit.
Alabama.... 3.694 $470.912.53
Alaska 87 1302114


'EXSIONERS ON THE ROLLS
ries and insular possessions and
United States. Ao. 'Amount.
Tennessee... 18.4(16 f2.312.Sil .so
Texas 8 45(i 1,094 841. 60


JUNE 30, 1902.
in foreign countries.
Foreign. No. Amount,
Germany.... 593 $83,007.33
Greece 7 1 363 tiu


Arizona 708 104.336.04
Arkansas.... ll,04ti 1.425.3HU8
California.... 20,221 2.696.2I3..S5
Colorado .... 8,3S2 1 . i 19.63r.76
Connecticut. 12.040 1.401.009.97
Delaware.... 2.723 378.7*0.60
Dist. of Col.. 8.720 1.362. 1.V>. 12


Utah 886 121.419.97


Guatemala.. 3 426.00


Vermont 8.925 1.397.264.40
Virginia 9."38 1,283.477.60
Washington. 7.316 961.555.7.'
W.Virginia.. 12.553 1.728.511.45
Wisconsin ... 27.910 4.128.2:9.94
Wyoming.... 883 121.60632


Honduras.... 3 450.00
Hongkong... 6 349.87
India . . 7 594 00


Ireland 442 61.796.02
Isle of Man.. 1 72.00
Italy 38 5.312.7'.!


Georgia 3,606 477.373.77


Total 994.751 136,742.567.40


Liberia 11 1.536.40
Madeira 5 696.00
Malta 3 228.80


1 Idaho 1.736 221.x-vS.iU
Illinois 72.026 9.746.062.12


Iiixnliir
possessions.

Hawaii 45 6.155.87
Philippines.. 35 5.179.:a
Porto Rico. . 6 610.20


Indiana 66.586 10. li 6.066.60
Indian Ter. . 3.3:6 346.6tis.33
Iowa 37.364 5,4W.:;66.2(


Mauritius... 1
Mexico 143 19 853 (13


Netherlands. 7 954.13
Newfoundl'd 6 946.40
New Zealand 8 804.00
Nicaragua... 1 90.00
Norway 48 6,710.88
Paraguay.... 2
Peru . 7 1,185.53


Kansas 40.765 5.95S.69.->. 111
Kentucky... 28.437 3,'.r,r.u;> ir.i
Louisiana... 6.347 hV>.:ii6.:;c
Maine 19.668 2.870.847.60
Maryland.... 12.852 1.672.901.81
Miissachu'ts 39.725 5.1'.ll.!)04.51
Michigan.... 43.833 6.561 ..V.'s.jv:,
Minnesota... 16.786 2,816.598.63
Mississippi.. 4576 617.886.14
Missouri .... 52.813 7.081. 4ie02
Montana.... 1,776 232.:is6.7.'
Nebraska... 17.364 2,3:2. i'.'l.:>7
Nevada 309 34 793.77
N.Hampsh'e 8,742 1.293.430.79
New Jersey. 20,669 2.4.V.UW r.
New Mexico 1.781 2,'7..Y.>o.i:
New York... 88.269 11.680.011.7!
N.Carolina. 4.033 525.834. 1!
N.Dakota.. 1.945 237.720.31
Ohio 104.060 15.104,092.54


Total 86 11,815.37


Foreign.
Argentina ... 8 $912.00
Australia.... 50 6.990.17
Aust.Hung'y 36 5.(Ki2.93
A/ores 4 724.27
Bahamas... 4 552.00
Belgium 14 3,317.60
Bermuda.... 6 591.67
Bolivia 1 288.00
Brazil 5 3S12.00


Portugal 1 72.00
Russia 11 1,290.97


Samoa , 1 120.00
San Salvador 1
Scotland 120 16,'.77.20
Seychelleslsl 1 144.00
Siam 1 4800


Brit. Guiana. 1 90.00
Canada 2,292 320,506.79
Chile 11 3.l:i'.).s7


South Africa 4 481.20
Spain 6 1 121 ''O


China 14 2,512 94


St. Helena . . 1 144.00
Sweden 54 7,549.73
Switzerland . 74 10.34o.91
Turkey 6 1,107.40
U. S. of Col'a 3 198.00
Uruguay 2 630.00
Venezuela... 1 108.00
Wales 14 1,869 93


Comoro Islds 1 30.0C
Costa Rica... 5 576.00
Cuba. . 50 6,613.07


Dan.W.Ind's. 1 96.00
Denmark .... 33 4.613.73
DutchW.Ind. 3 474.00
Ecuador 2 258.00
England 334 46.ii c .x;.:>4


Oklahoma... 8,641 1,189.104.51
Oregon 5,647 735.750.!


Pennsylva'a.103.697 13,322.286.95
Rhode Isl'd.. 4,826 56S4s7.s<.
S.Carolina.. 1.926 261.HS'. 1 .:;-
S.Dakota.... 5,16T 529.574.8b

Pensioners residing in states ai
Pensioners residing in insular
Pensioners residing in foreign
Total


West Indies.. 9 1.400.00


France 72 10,065 33


Total 4.609 646,329.40


SUMMARY.

id territories and payments to th
possessions and payments to the
countries and payments to then


Pensioners. Payments.
gm 994 751 $136 74 4 > 567 40


m 86 11.845.37


i 4,609 646.329.40


I')!L446 137.400.742. 17


Payments by treasury depart
Total payments on account

NAMES OF SURVIVING V
DIERS O


nent (treasury settlements) 103.525.82




HDOWS AND DAUGHTERS OF REVOLUTIONARY 8OL-
V THE PENSION ROLLS JUNE 30. 1902.


NAME. 2


Ige Name of soldier. Service. Residence.


Barrett. Hannah Newell* 1


02 Harrod. Noah Mass<
8T Chadwick. Elihu New,
88 Damon, Noah Masst
84 Weeks. Elijah Mass


ichusetts. Boston. Mass,
ersey Emporium. Pa.
ichusetts. Plymouth Union, Vt.
ichusetts. Little Marsh. Pa.
Carolina .lonesboro, Tenn.
ila Newbern. Va.
lia Parksley, Va.
York Woodbury, Corn.


Damon, Esther S
Hurlburt. Sarah C.*
Jones, Nancy


S) Mayo, Stephen Virgi
S6 Snead, Bowdoin Virgi

81 Thompson. Thadileus. New




Thompson, Rhoda Augusta*.


*]
B.
$6 and under 143.18


Daughter; pensioned by special
\TES OF EXISTING PENSIO

(From $17 to $18, inclusive. 7!X
From $18to$20, inclusive. 7.37C
) From $20to$24, inclusive. 25.57(1
From $24to$25, inclusive. 3.245
From $25to$:), inclusive. 17.515
From $:>0toj:i, inclusive. 2.551
From |36 to 145, Inclusive. 2.22t
> From ?45to$50, inclusive. 1.40J
SIGNERS ON THE ROLLS (IS
1 1879 242.755 1885 3I5.12J
1 1S80 250.8tt' 1886 i<u.7S.
1 1881 2ti8.S30 1887 40C..OO
- 1882 2S.VC,;7 ISSS 4.-.2.;\V
4 1883 303.658 1889 489.72.
3 1884 322.756 1890 537,94'


act.

NS.
From$50to$72<lncluslve. 1,94."
From$72to$100.inclusive. 48
At $166?i 4


From $6 to $8. inclusive. .3-48.19
From $8 to $10. inclusive. 71.91'
From5!10to?l2,inclusive.293.S)
From $'2 to 8 14. inclusive. 22.911'
From $14 to $15, inclusive. 3.77'
From $15 to$16. inclusive. 10.13'
From $16 to $17, inclusive. 42.991
PEN
1867 155.474 1873 238.41
18(18 169.IV43 1874 236.24
1869 187.963 1S75 234,82
1870 I'.lS.lNl ISTtl 232.13
1,871 207.495 1S77 232.10
1872 232,189 1878 223,99


At JS208H 1


At $466%


Total 999,44(1


S67-1902).
1891 676.16011897 976.014
1 1892 876.06S1898 993.714
1893 966.012 1899 991 .519
1894 969.544 1900 99:5.5*1
1895 970.524 1901 997.735
1896 970.678 1902 999.4 If!



144 CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAR BOOK FOR 1903.


PENSIONERS CLASSIFIED BY WARS.


CLASS.


1902.


1901.


1900.


1899.


1898.


Revolutionary war Wido
Daughters




4

4

1.317
908

3.320
6.828
8.017

277,965
87.046
4.360
2.2(8
634

426.188
148,201
15.953
6,977

6.282
2.727
329
127


4

5
1
1.527
1,086
3.479
7.568
8,109

293,186
86.504
4.489
2.298
650

422.481
138.490
15.633
6,621

3.344
1,981
211
68


4

7

1.742
1.370
3.739
8.352
8.151

305,980
88.463
4.622
2.314
646

415,265
129.412
15,892
6,314

822
845
60
28


4

7
1
1.998

I,M

8.SI9
9.201
8,175

316.834
90,597
4,721
2.293
653

405,987
124,127
14,936
6.139

117
165
6
11


5

7
3
2.407
2.019
4.067
10.012
8,143

327.080
92.545
4,833
2.300
655

399,366
119,785
14.543
5,944




War of 1812 Survivors


Widows




Widows




Widows


SERVICE AFTER MAR<
General laws Army inval


:H 4, 1861.
ds










ACT JUNE 27, 1890.








WAR WITH SPA ix.














Total




999,448


997,735


993,529


991,519


993.714




TOTAL COST OF PENSIONS.


FISCAL YEAR.


DISBURSEMENTS FOR
PENSIONS.


Fees of ex-
amining
surgeons.


(Jost of dis-
bunem'nt,
maintain-
ing pens'/i
agencies.


PENSION BUREAU.


Army.


Navy.


Salaries.


Other ex-
penses.


1866


$15,158.598.64
20.552.948.47
22.811.183.75
28.168.323.34
29,048,237.60
28,081.542.41
29.276.921.02
26^02^28.98
29.603. 1511.24
28,727.104.76
27,411.309.53
27.659.4>1.72


$291,951.24

231.841.22
290.325.61
344.923.93
308.251.78
437.250.21
475.82ij.79
479.534.93
603.H19.75
543.300.00
524.aOO.00
523.360.00


} Paid
from
army
and
navy
\ pen-
sions.

|NO

1 separate
account
I kept.
$66,824.42


'$155.000.00
*155.000.00
155.000.00
*155.000.00
216.212.86
431.720.03
457.379.51
456,323.99
447.6iK-i.17
444.074.79
447.702.13
455.270.05


$237.165.00
308.861.49

36(5.18(1.20
366.0U7.31
S.6(iO.OO
372.378.97
436.315.71
456.021.26
444.052.24
464,821.21
468.577 80
445.262.08
443.006.56
493.255.70
582,517.84
686,686.46
868.113.92
1,723,285.68


$15.000.00
27.615.86
31.834.14

43.519.50
51.125.00
68,980.00

57,557.78
90.855.39
75.048.72
73,799.35

98.79S.xs

67,io-.'.;>

41.240.90
54.08*.; II
55,035.88
46,462.1!)
130,981.80
241,5.V>.s:;
333.522.42
511.492.12
509,291.91
430.195.91
420.776.24
422.554.50
380,281.73
377.560.71
178.S23.44
230,7(8.67
370.344.ti9
504.'.M-J.:>2
494.800.94
474.350.62
429.031.14
465.S05.lK
435.851.23
379.f4fi.7tl

:i7f,.:;io."2


1867


1868


1869 .


1870


1871


1872..


1873 .


1874


1875


1876


1877


1878
1879


26.251. 7",':..'.'i
33.109.339.92
55.901.H7U.42
49,419.905.35
53.328. 1'.f.'.u:,
59,488,610.70
56.945,115.25
64,222,275.34
63.034,642.90
72,464^36.69
77,713,789.27
86.996.502.15
103.809.250.39
114,744.750.8:1
135,914,611.76
153.045,4liO.'.W
136^96,966.61
136.156,808.35
134,632.175.88
13ti.313.9U.64
140,924.34S.;i
134.671,258.68
134.700.;>97!24
131,748,790.81
133,655245.75


W4.283.53
555.089.00
787 .558.66
1.163.500.00
984.980.00
968,968.11
967.272.22
949,661.78
1.056.500.00
1.288.760.39
1.237,712.40
1,846,218.43
2,285,000.00
2^67,939.67
3.479,535.35
3,861,177.00
3.490.760.56
3.ti50.980.43
3.582,999.10
3.635.802.71
3.727.531.09
3.683.794.27
3.761.533.41
3.787,693.03
3.849.022 24


234.968.26
88,538.50
75.547.00
116,737.00
232.5SI5.87
341,186.49
262.068.32
482.181.13
492,714.76
1,106.324.92
845.143.61
787,391.72
895.677.ia
1.640.993.76
1,725.597.47
1.657.628.30
672.678.50
807.767.33
672,587.47
678.395.44
894.249.08
1.007.636.76
747.497.80
844.2ia.tKI
814.470.82


313.194.37
203.851.24
221.926.76
222.295.00
234.544.37
' 285.620.29


1880


1881


1882


1883


1884


303,430.61

275,97(1.55
294,724.14
248.2ai.42
263,109.87
278,902.20
292,687.35
880,800.14
500.122.02
619.292.95
517,430.37
563,449.86
565,027.86
572,439.41
536,629.84
532,496.49
522.812.16
525,892.94
526,413.67


1,936,161.115
2,122.926.54
1,948.285.80
1.968,599.66
1,986.027.55
1.978.119.98
1.957.725.43
2.301,721.80
2.494.122.87
2.4(K).044.50
2.403.522.75
2.461.S90.50
2,258,969^5
2.2(3.597.70
2,254,181.40
2,151^78.85
2.135.542.55
2.118,993.20
2.114.153.75


1885


ia%


1SS7


1888


1889


1890


ls<U


1892


1893


1894


1S95


1896
1897


1898
1899


1900


liKIl


1902
Total


2.741.659.504.38


K2.749.352.h4 18.189.titR.95


13.li67.297.40 50.810.H00.25


8.986.'.k)7.:i2


Total disbursements since 17'JO, $2.900,854.301.45. 'Approx mate.



THE ISTHMIAN CANAL.



145



THE ISTHMIAN CANAL.



BILL PASSED BY CONGRESS.

On the 9th of January, 1902, the house of
representatives passed a bill providing for
the construction of a canal across the
isthmus at Nicaragua. The vote was prac-
tically unanimous, standing 308 yeas to 2
nays. In the senate after a long discus-
sion the Spooner bill, giving the preference
to the Panama route, was passed June 19
by a vote of 42 yeas to 34 nays. The
substitute \vas accepted by the house June
26 and signed by the president June 28.
Following is the text of the law:

"Be It enacted by the senate and house
of representatives of the United States in
congress assembled, that the president of
the United States is hereby authorized to
acquire for and on behalf of the United



tending from the Caribbean sea to the Pa-
cine ocean, and the right to use and dis-
pose of the water thereon and to excavate,
construct and perpetually to maintain, oper-
ate and protect thereon a canal of such
depth and capacity as will afford conven-
ient passage of ships of the greatest ton-
nage and draft now in use from the Carib-
bean sea to the Pacific ocean, which control
shall Include the right perpetually to main-
tain and operate the Panama railroad, If
the ownership thereof or a controlling in-
terest therein shall have been acquired by
the United States, and also jurisdiction
over said strip and the ports at the ends
thereof, to make such police and sanitary
rules and regulations as shall be necessary
to preserve order and preserve tae public




MAP SHOWING PHOPOSKD ISTHMIAN CANAL ROUTES.



States, at a cost not exceeding $40, 000,000,
the rights, privileges, franchises, conces-
sions, grants of land, right of way, unfin-
ished work, plants and other property, real,
I>ersonal and mixed, of every pame and
nature, owned by the New Panama Canal
company of France on the isthmus of
Panama, and all its maps, plans, drawings,
records, on the isthmus of Panama and in
Paris, including all the capital stock, not
less, however, than 68,863 shares of the
Panama Railroad company, owned by or
held for the use of said canal company,
provided a satisfactory title to all of said
property can be obtained.

"Section 2. That the president is hereby
authorized to acquire from the republic of
Colombia for and on behalf of the United
States, upon such terms as he may deem
reasonable, perpetual control of a strip of
land, the territory of the republic of Oolom-
bia, not less than six miles in width, ex-



health thereon, and to establish such judi-
cial tribunals as may be agreed upon
thereon as may be necessary to enforce
such rules and regulations.

"The president may acquire such addi-
tional territory and rights from Colombia
as In his judgment will facilitate the gen-
eral purpose thereof.

"Section 3. That when the president
shall have arranged to secure a satisfac-
tory title to the property of the New
Panama Canal company, as provided In
section 1 hereof, and shall have obtained
by treaty control of the necessary territory



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