Well, today it seems that being in the USA is costly, too.
15-08-1890 U.S.S. Yorktown at anchor Boston Massachusetts.
8 a.m. to mer.: Rewards were offered as follows; 20 dollars for apprehension and delivery on board of J. Hennesy (Boil.M.): and 20 dollars for the apprehension and delivery on board of J.L. Carlson (sea) within 3 months.
4 to 8 p.m.:
By order of the Comdg. Officer offered rewards for absentees as follows, 10 dollars reward each for the apprehension and delivery on board this vessel within three months the following named men: Rogers J. (Lds) Kane D. (sea) Winestock C.J. (S.A.2.C.) Doherty B (1.C.F.), Sweeny L. (1.C.F.) Jennings Robt. (1.C.F.) Mooran J. (C.H.) Leaby P. (2.C.F.) Condon M (1.C.F.) Flood G.N. (Priv. U.S.M.C.) Thomas W.P. (Priv. U.S.M.C.) and Cassidy Thm. (J.o.d.).
The following named men were brought on board by the Police authorities and a reward of ten (10) dollars paid pursuant to the above mentioned rewards, C.J. Winestock (S.A.2.C.) 11 1/2 hour overtime, L. Sweeney (1.C.F.) 11 1/2 hours overtime Thm. Cassidy (J.o.d.) 57 1/2 hours overtime.
Twenty ($20.00) dollars, paid for J.L. Carlson (sea) in accordance with the above reward offer. Placed the latter in double irons for 10 days for leaving the ship without persmission, by order of the Comdg. Offcier.http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS%20Yorktown/vol004of040_cr2_to_jpg/vol004of040_061_1.jpg
Edit: Next day between 4 and 8 a.m. G.N. Flood, W.P. Thomas and F.W. Warren were brought on board by the police, who received the offered rewards.http://oldweather.s3.amazonaws.com/ow3/final/USS%20Yorktown/vol004of040_cr2_to_jpg/vol004of040_062_1.jpg