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Each pension agent at the end of each year is directed to forward a complete list of all outstanding unpaid checks issued by bim; and the funds represented by all checks which remain unpaid over three years are covered into the Treasury to the credit of outstanding liabilities, as provided for by law.

Amounts refunded to the credit of the following appropriations during the

fiscal year ending June 30, 1877.

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The above amounts were all carried to the surplus fund.

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Amount appropriated to pay Army pensions for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1877.

Army pensions....
Compensation.....................................................
Fees on vouchers...
Fees for surgeons........

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Amount to be accounted for as follows:
Amount paid Army pensions..........
Amount paid compensation and expenses...
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Amount of unexpended balance in agents' hands to be deposited....
Amount paid on audited accounts (miscellaneous)...

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The following tabular statement shows the number of accounts received and audited during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1877 :

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2, 140

* The unsettled accounts on file belong to the fiscal year ending June 30, 1877. Pensioners recorded

10, 526 Pensioners transferred.

21, 162 Pensioners increased..

10, 362 Pepsiopers restored ..

1,001 Certificates reissued ........

873 Changes noted ........

12, 449 Artificial limbs issued 1876.

123 Pension vouchers examined..

, 121, 910 Payments entered ........

011, 585 Pages of abstract added...

36, 609 Pages of nuiscellaneous copied Payments corrected........

1,257 Copies of surgeon's certificates furnished commissioner

3:27 Letters received and entered .......

4,089 Letters written .......

4, 298 Letters copied and indexed ........

3, 639 Ope bundred and eigbty-nine pensiou checks verified before payment, amounting to ......

$5, 398 69 Pension checks reported for cover to outstanding liabilities prior to this year, pot before reported, 258 in number, amounting to .....

$7,416 08 Pension checks reported this year for cover to outstanding liabilities, 546 in Dumber, amounting to .....

.... ...... $12, 879 88 One hundred and eighty-eight special settlements were made, the poinber not being included in the statement above. Mostly old accounts which have been closed.

Tbirty-one settlements for lost or destroyed checks were made, in. volving the sum of $2,037.73.

The following statement exbibits the number and amount of accounts on band and unsettled July 1, 1869, together with those received and audited each fiscal year since:

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The appropriation for the last fiscal year was divided under four heads (instead of one as before, viz, “Army pensions”), which very much retards business without being of any benefit.

By executive order dated May 7, 1877, the number of pension agencies was reduced from 58 to 18, from and after July 1, 1877. This re. duction, it is estimated, will save the government about $142,000 per apnum.

The force employed in tbis division numbered 41 clerks and 2 copyists.

The following tabular statements exhibit the amount disbursed by the several agents, and the unexpended balance in hand to be covered into the Treasury :

Unexpended balances in hands of pension-agents June 30, 1877.

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Amounts disbursed by pension-agents during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1877, as shoron by their accounts-current.

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John A. Norris.....
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James McGregor ..
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W. H. Reynolds. .....
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William Y. Elliott ..
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