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the Department having changed the site after said materials were delivered at the site first selected.........

To the officers appointed to assist the Superintendent of the Naval Astronomical Expedition in Chili, directed by the act of third of August, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, increased compensation in a ratable proportion, according to pay and rank, at the time of departure from the United States, to the allowance made to the said Superintendent by the act of March third, eighteen hundred and fifty-one.......[Indefinite.]

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For stationery....

For newspapers....

For Congressional Globe and binding the same.. For reporting proceedings..

For clerks to committees, and President pro tempore, draughtsman, messengers, pages, laborers, police, horses, and carry alls.... To enable the Clerk of the House of Representatives to comply with the resolution of said House of March first, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three, directing him to pay the usual extra compensation to the employees in and about the Capitol..... To supply a deficiency in the appropriations heretofore made for the contingent expenses of the Senate, for lithographing and engraving, for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and fifty three.......

For miscellaneous items.... To supply a deficiency in the appropriation for the fiscal year ending thirtieth June, one thou sand eight hundred and fifty three, and to defray the expenses of select committees of investigation appointed by the Senate.......................................... For the expenses of the House of Representatives, viz:

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For books and maps..................
For newspapers.....
For miscellaneous items..

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For stationery, blank-books, binding, labor, and attendance, furniture, fixtures, repairs, painting, and glazing...

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15,000 00 15,000 00 12,000 00 8,000 00 2,500 00 8,000 00 24,500 00

For the payment of the expenses attendant upon the funeral obsequies of the late Secretary of State

55,000 00

24,000 00 20,000 00

18,000 00

6,000 00 20,162 00

Department of State.

For compensation of the Secretary of State, and the clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger in his office.. 33,700 00 For the incidental and contingent expenses of said Department. For publishing the laws in pamphlet form, and in the newspapers of the States and Territories, and in the city of Washington.... For proof-reading, packing, and distributing laws and documents, including cases, labor, and transportation...

1,450 00 3,000 00 2,755 00

600 00 4,500 00 10,000 00 3,560 00 25,000 00 25,000 00 10,000 00 2,500 00

4,000 00 20,000 00 10,000 00

4,500 00 1,000 00 5,000 00 2,000 00

25,000 00 3,000 00

25,000 00 5,000 00

16,025 00

10,000 00

1,229 37

4,400 00 890 70 200 00 1,000 00

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For compensation of the Fifth Auditor, and the clerks and messenger in his office.... For compensation of the Treasurer of the United States, and the clerks and messenger in his office.......... For compensation of the Register of the Treasury, and the clerks, messenger, and assistant messengers in his office..

For compensation of the Solicitor of the Treasury, and the clerks and messenger in his office, For compensation of the Commissioner of Customs, and the clerks and messenger in his of fice... For compensation of the clerks and messenger of the Light-House Board...

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Contingent expenses of the Treasury Depart

ment.

In the office of the Secretary of the Treasury: For labor, blank books, stationery, sealing ships' registers, translating foreign languages, advertising, and extra clerk hire for preparing and collecting information to be laid before Congress-said clerks to be employed only during the session of Congress, or when indispensably necessary to enable the department to answer some call made by either House of Congress at one session to be answered at another; and no such extra clerk shall receive more than three dollars and thirty-three and one third cents per day for the time actually and necessarily employed......... For miscellaneous items.....

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32,050 00

22,150 00

24,650 00

In the office of the Fourth Auditor:
For stationery, books, and binding....
For labor.

For miscellaneous items..........
In the office of the Fifth Auditor:
For blank books, binding, and stationery.
For hire of laborers....

For miscellaneous expenses.....
In the office of the Treasurer:
For blank books, binding, stationery, labor, and
miscellaneous items.....

23,000 00

34,800 00

59,150 00

In the office of the Register: For blank books, binding, and stationery, including one thousand five hundred dollars for ruling and full binding twenty-three books for

31,100 00

20,450 00

11,400 00

13,750 00

30,800 00

13,850 00

16,500 00 6,400 00

8,550 00 2,800 00

In the office of the Second Auditor: For blank books, binding, stationery, labor, office furniture, including two of the daily city newspapers, to be filed, bound, and preserved for the use of the office, and miscellaneous items.... 1,332 84 In the office of the Third Auditor:

2,040 00

700 00 800 00

1,000 00

300 00

1,894 79

1,000 00 1,400 00

600 00 100 00 200 00

250 00 175 00 300 00

1,262 00

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In the office of the Secretary of the Interior: For books, stationery, furniture, and other contingencies

For library, books, and maps......

In the General Land Office:

For compensation of laborers..

For cash system and military patents, under laws prior to thirtieth of September, eighteen hundred and fifty; patent and other records, tract books, blank books, for the district land offices; binding plats, field notes, &c.; stationery, office furniture, and repairs of the sanie, and miscellaneous items.. For parchment, maps, records, letter and other records, required under the swamp land act of twenty-eighth of September, eighteen hundred and fifty; military bounty acts of twentyeighth of September, eighteen hundred and fifty, and twenty-second of March, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, and for the satisfaction of Virginia land warrants, per act of thirtyfirst of August, eighteen hundred and fifty-two; printing plate and engraving scrip, authorized to be issued by act of thirty-first of August, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, including form, &c., under said act, and other miscellaneous expenses...... In the office of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs:

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2,946 00

2,000 00

1,000 00

For compensation of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and the clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger in his office. For compensation of the Commissioner of Pensions, and the clerks and messengers in his office.......... 18,800 00 For compensation to temporary clerks employed in the office of the Commissioner of Pensions.. 42,046 66 Contingent expenses of the Department of the Interior.

Contingent expenses of east wing of Patent

Office Building, viz:

900 00

200 00

1,000 00

250 00 350 00

4,500 00

14,500 00

3,500 00

4,000 00

24,700 00

98,806 00

For blank books, binding, and stationery........ 1,000 00 For labor

200 00 800 00

For miscellaneous items........

26,200 00

3,700 00 1,000 00

2,000 00

36,325 00

32,700 00

3,000 00 1,000 00 500 00

4,500 00 1,000 00

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For compensation of the Chief Naval Constructor and the Engineer-in-Chief...

For compensation of the Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography, and the clerks, draughtsman, and messenger in his office.... For compensation of the Chief of the Bureau of Navy-Yards and Docks, and the civil engineer, draughtsman, clerks, and messenger in his of fice...

7,300 00

5,900 00

3,650 00

8,650 00

4,900 00

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700 00 150 00

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2,900 00 150 00

500 00 400 00

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400 00

350 00

1,250 00

500 00

2,250 00

2,400 00 1,600 00

21,875 00

Navy Department.

For compensation of the Secretary of the Navy, and the clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger, in his office..

22,000 00 For compensation of the Chief of the Bureau of Construction, Equipment, and Repairs, and the clerks, draughtsman, and messenger in his of fice...

2,250 00

1,400 00

13,600 00

6,000 00

9,400 00

12,600 00 For compensation of the clerks and messengerin the Bureau of Provisions and Clothing. 7,300 00 For compensation to the Chief of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, and the assistant to chief, clerks, and messenger in his office..... 7,700 00 Contingencies of the Navy Department.

For contingencies of the Navy Department and all the bureaus connected therewith, viz: For blank books, binding, stationery, books, plans, drawings, labor, newspapers and periodicals, incidental and miscellaneous items..... 6,430 00 Southwest Executive Building.

For compensation of the superintendent and four
watchmen of the southwest executive building, 2,250 00
For contingent expenses of said building, viz:
For labor....
For fuel and lights..

For miscellaneous items...

325 00 1,550 00 1,150 00

Post Office Department.

For compensation of the Postmaster General, three Assistant Postmasters General, and the clerks, messenger, and assistant messengers, and watchmen of said department............108,900 00

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For salaries of Governor, Superintendent of Indian Affairs, three Judges, and Secretary..... For contingent expenses of said Territory.. For payment of expenses of the Board of Com missioners to prepare and compile a code of laws for the better government of the Territory of New Mexico, authorized by the act of the Legislative Assembly, approved July fifteenth, eighteen hundred and fifty one..... 1,855 00 For compensation and mileage of the members of the Legislative Assembly, officers, clerks, and contingent expenses of the Assembly. 20,000 00 Territory of Utah:

9,700 00 1,000 00

20,000 00

For salaries of Governor, Superintendent of Indian Affairs, three Judges, and Secretary..... For contingent expenses of said Territory.. For compensation and mileage of the members of the Legislative Assembly, officers, clerks, and contingent expenses of the Assembly. To enable the President to cause a site to be purchased, and a suitable building to be erected for a penitentiary in each of the Territories of Utah and New Mexico..... 20,000 00

Judiciary.

For salaries of the Chief Justice of the Supreme
Court, and eight Associate Judges.....
For salaries of the District Judges..
For salaries of the Chief Judge of the District of
Columbia, the Assistant Judges, and the Judges
of the Criminal Court and the Orphans'
Court.....

9,700 00 1,000 00

9,700 00 1,000 00

20,000 00

41,000 00 70,700 00

11,700 00

For salaries of the Attorney General and the clerks and messenger in his office..... For contingent expenses of the office of the Attorney General...

For salary of the Reporter of the Decisions of the Supreme Court..

For compensation of the District Attorneys.....
For compensation of the Marshals

For defraying the expenses of the Supreme, Cir-
cuit, and District Courts of the United States,
including the District of Columbia; also, for
jurors and witnesses, in aid of the funds arising
from fines, penalties, and forfeitures, incurred
in the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen
hundred and fifty four, and previous years, and
likewise for defraying the expenses of suits in
which the United States are concerned, and of
prosecutions for offenses committed against
the United States, and for the safe-keeping of
prisoners....
...672,900 00
To pay the claim presented by the county of Lee,
in the State of Iowa, for the expenses of the
United States District Court, which were paid
by said county prior to the admission of said
State into the Union....

To aid the Directors of the Washington Infirmary to enlarge their accommodations for the benefit of sick transient paupers....

For compensation of the Surveyor General of
Louisiana, and the clerks in his office..
For compensation of the Surveyor General of
Florida, and the clerks in his office.........,
For compensation of the Surveyor General of
Wisconsin and Iowa, and the clerks in his
office...

For compensation of the Surveyor General of Arkansas, and the clerks in his office... For compensation of the Surveyor General of Oregon, and the clerks in his office..... For compensation of the Surveyor General of California, and the clerks in his office... For clerks in the offices of the Surveyors General, including the offices in Oregon and California, to be apportioned to them according to the exi.gencies of the public service, and to be employed in transcribing field notes of surveys, for the purpose of preserving them as the seat of Government..

Surveyors General and their Clerks. For compensation of the Surveyor General northwest of the Ohio, and clerks in his office.. 8,300 00 For compensation of the Surveyor General of Illinois and Missouri, and the clerks in his office....

Light-House Establishment.

For supplying the light-houses, containing three thousand two hundred and seventy-two lamps, with oil, lamp glasses, wicks, buff-skins, polishing powder, whiting, and other cleaning materials; transportation, and other necessary expenses on the same; repairing and keeping in repair the lighting apparatus; publishing necessary rules, regulations, and instructions; notices to mariners of changes of aids to navigation, and of lights, &c.. For supplying forty-nine light-houses, to contain five hundred and sixty one lamps, with oil, &c., &c., as above, authorized by acts of third March, one thousand eight hundred and fiftyone, and thirty first of August, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two.... For repairs and incidental expenses, refitting and improvements of three hundred and forty-nine light-houses, and buildings connected therewith.......

10,300 00

500 00 1,300 00 8,800 00 7,400 00

14,400 00

For salaries of three hundred and twenty-one light house keepers, aud twenty four assistants, and including one thousand two hundred dollars for salary of superintendent of supplies on the upper lakes....

20,000 00

5,820 00

4,500 00

5,500 00

For expenses of weighing, cleaning, repairing, mooring, and supplying losses of two hundred and forty-five dumb beacons and buoys, and their appendages, authorized by act of the thirty-first of August, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two...

8,300 00

8,300 00

6,500 00

18,500 00

.182,330 78

40,000 00

.......110,857 00 For repairs and incidental expenses, refitting and improvements of forty-nine light-houses and buildings connected therewith, provided for by aets of third of March, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one, and thirty-first of August, one thousand eight hundred and fifty

two....

30,460 34

24,814 71

..136,718 33

For salaries of forty-nine keepers, and six assistants, for the light-houses authorized by acts of the third of March, one thousand eight hundred and fifty one, and thirty-first of August, one thousand eight hundred and fifty two...... 22,000 00 For salaries of forty-two keepers of light-vessels, 23,000 00 For salaries of five keepers of light-vessels, authorized by acts of the third of March, one thousand eight hundred and fifty one, and thirty-first of August, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two.......

For seamen's wages, repairs, and supplies for forty-two light-vessels...

For seamen's wages, supplies, and incidental expenses for five light-vessels, authorized by acts of the third of March, one thousand eight hundred and fifty one, and thirty first of August, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, 33,004 72 For expenses of weighing, cleaning, repairing, mooring, and supplying losses of floating beacons, and buoys, chains, sinkers, &c., for light vessels...

59,057 32

3,150 00

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12,300 00

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For expenses of coloring, numbering, &c., all of the buoys and beacons provided for by the act of the twenty-eighth of September, one thousand eight hundred and fifty

For life-boats and other means of rendering assistance to wrecked mariners and others on the coast of the United States....

For expenses of visiting and reporting the condition of lights and other aids to navigation..... For commissions, at two and a half per centum, to such superintendents as are entitled to the same under the proviso to the act of March third, one thousand eight hundred and fiftyone, entitled "An act making appropriations for the civil and diplomatic expenses of Government for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, and for other purposes," on the amount that may be disbursed by them........

Coasts of California and Oregon:

For oil and other supplies, cleaning materials of all kinds, transportation of supplies, keeping lamps and machinery in good repair, and the towers and buildings in a proper state of preservation, superintendence and inspection of thirteen lights, replacing, cleaning, painting, and preserving all the buoys in the waters of California and Oregon, and all incidental expenses connected with the aids to navigation

on these coasts

For salaries of thirteen keepers and eleven assistants, at an average not exceeding six hundred dollars per annum...

Light-Houses.

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For salaries of ten additional clerks, authorized by the acts of August sixth, eighteen hundred and forty-six, August twelfth, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, March third, eighteen hundred and fifty-one, and thirty-first of August, eighteen hundred and fifty-two....

For salary of chief clerk to the Assistant Treasurer at New York......

For rebuilding light-house on Chaudeleur Island,
Louisiana, destroyed in August, eighteen hun-
dred and fifty-two......
......... 15,000 00

For restoring the light-house buildings, sea-walls,
&c., which were injured or destroyed during
the late gales on the southern coast..
For fitting Cape Hatteras light with first order
of illuminating apparatus and lantern, and ele-
vating the light..

For removing the iron light-house tower at the
junction of the Southwest and Northeast Passes
of the Mississippi to Pass a l'Outre, and substi-
tuting a small beacon light in its stead........ 6,000 00

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For salary of a clerk for the Treasurer of the Branch Mint at San Francisco, California.... For contingent expenses under the act for the safe-keeping, collecting, transfer, and disbursement of the public revenue of sixth August, eighteen hundred and forty six ......... For compensation to special agents to examine the books, accounts, and money on hand in the several depositories, under the act of August sixth, eighteen hundred and forty-six,.... 5,000 00 For the compensation of an additional appraiser general, to be appointed by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, and to be employed on the Pacific coast...... Survey of the Coast.

10,800 00

1,600 00

2,500 00

16,500 00

For survey of the coast of the United States, including compensation to superintendent and assistants, (and excluding pay and emoluments of officers of the Army and Navy, and petty officers and men of the Navy, employed on the work)..... ....186,000 00 For continuing the survey of the western coast of the United States, (excluding the pay and emoluments of the officers of the Army and Navy, and petty officers and men of the Navy, employed on the work)....... For continuing the survey of the Florida reefs and keys, (excluding the pay and emoluments of the officers of the Army and Navy, and petty officers and men of the Navy, employed on the work).... 30,000 00 For continuing the survey of the northern and northwestern lakes, including Lake Superior, 50,000 00 For printing and distributing charts of lake surveys....

.150,000 00

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1,500 00

6,000 00

Custom-Houses.

For continuing the construction of the customhouse at Charleston, South Carolina......... .....100,000 00 For continuing the construction of the customhouse at New Orleans, Louisiana........ ..324,000 00 To complete the custom-house at Bath, Maine.. 12,000 00 To complete the foundation of the custom-house in Bangor, and to connect the same with the shore 15,000 00 For continuing the construction of the customhouse at St. Louis .......115,000 00

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Appropriations.

For proceeding with the construction of the custom-house at Louisville, Kentucky

For the completion of the custom-house at Cincinnati....

For the purchase of land additional to the present custom-house lot at Providence, Rhode Island, For the erection of a new custom-house at said port, which shall be so constructed and ar ranged as to furnish a suitable room for the United States circuit and district courts, with the necessary offices for district judge, clerk, marshal, &c......

For the construction of the custom-house at Wilmington, Delaware, in addition to the sum appropriated by the act of thirty-first August, eighteen hundred and fifty-two..

For annual repairs and office fixtures of the custom houses of the United States

For the construction of a custom-house at Nørfolk, Virginia.......

To equalize the salary of the collector of Chicago, and to make it equal to that of Detroit... For completing and finishing the marine hospital at Napoleon, Arkansas

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87,745 00

87,745 00

16,000 00

34,000 00

3,500 00

25,000 00

30,000 00

1,250 00

4,000 00

162,000 00

For interpreters, guards, and other expenses of the consulates of Constantinople, Smyrna, Candia, and Alexandria..

25,000 00 20,000 00 4,000 00

20,000 00

18,000 00

20,000 00 6,000 00

2,500 00

153,000 00

800 00

For the payment of Theodore S. Fay of the dif ference between the salary of a Secretary of Legation and a Chargé d'Affaires, during the time, on several different occasions, he discharged the duties of the latter office at Prussia...... For the compensation of Edward Kent, for one quarter's salary as Chargé d'Affaires at the Legation at Rio de Janeiro, during the absence of the Minister, and under the instructions of the Department of State....

To reimburse David Tod, late Minister of the United States at Brazil, a sum of money advanced by him to William E. Anderson, who was sent by the Minister from Rio de Janeiro to the United States in the spring of eighteen hundred and fifty-one, as a witness against two persons engaged in the slave-trade.. For payment of Buckingham Smith, late a Secretary of Legation in Mexico, the difference between his salary as Secretary of Legation and that of Chargé d'Affaires, from the twenty-sixth July, eighteen hundred and fifty-one, to the eighth of October following, during which period he discharged the duties of Chargé d'Af faires in Mexico, in the absence of the Minister of the United States, who had returned home on leave... 1,756 95 For contingent expenses of all the missions abroad 40,000 00 For contingent expenses of foreign intercourse.. 40,000 00 For expenses of intercourse with Barbary. 9,000 00 For salary of the Consul at London.... 2,000 00 For salary of the Commissioner to the Sandwich Islands....

5,000 00

4,034 73

1,125 00

75 00

2,000 00 100 00

For office rent of the Consul at Basle, in Switzerland....

For salary and outfit of a Commissioner to reside in China, including the additional compensation under the act to carry into effect certain provisions in the treaties between the United States and China and the Ottoman Porte...... 18,000 00 For salary of the Interpreter and Secretary to said mission...... 2,500 00

For compensation to the consuls at the five ports
in China, viz: Kwang Chow, Amoy, Fuchow,
Ning Po, and Shanghai........
5,000 00
For salary of the Consul General at Alexandria, 5,000 00
For the relief and protection of American seamen
in foreign countries....
..125,000 00
For clerk bire, office rent, and other expenses of
the office of the Consul of the United States at
London......

For salary of the Consul at Beirout............
Public Lands.

For compensation for Secretary to sign patents
for public lands........
1,500 00
For salary of Recorder of land titles in Missouri.. 500 00
For salaries and commissions of registers of land
offices and receivers of public moneys........141,700 00

2,800 00 500 00

For expenses of depositing public moneys by receivers of public moneys.. For incidental expenses of the several land of fices....

Surveys of Public Lands.

..115,000 00

3,000 00

For surveying the public lands, including incidental expenses and special surveys, demanding augmented rates, to be applied and apportioned to the several districts according to the exigencies of the public service, (the part to be applied to the resurveys required by the location and survey of private claims in Florida, to be disbursed at a rate not exceeding five dollars per mile,) in addition to the unexpended balances of former appropriations. For resurveys and examinations of the surveys of the public lands in those States where the offices of the surveyors general have been or shall be closed under the acts of twelfth of June, one thousand eight hundred and forty, and twenty-third of January, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three, including two thousand dollars for the salary of the clerk detailed on this special service in the General Land Office, 15,000 00 For correcting defective and fraudulent surveys in the upper peninsula of Michigan, including the expenses of a field inspector of surveys.... 5,000 00 To defray the expenses of examining and correcting old, imperfect, and defective surveys in the northern part of the lower peninsula of Michigan........ For the survey of township and section lines in Wisconsin, at a rate not exceeding five dollars per mile.. .......... 25,000 00 For the survey of standard, correction, township, and section lines in Minnesota, in conformity with the instructions recently issued by the Commissioner of the General Land Office for similar surveys in Oregon, at a rate not exceeding five dollars per mile.. For correcting erroneous and defective lines of public and private surveys in Illinois and Missouri, at a rate not exceeding six dollars per mile, including office work.... For compensation of surveyors and other agents required in Illinois, Missouri, Florida, and Arkansas, to carry into effect the act of twentyeighth of September, eighteen hundred and fifty, granting swamp lands.... For detached and unfinished surveys and resurveys in Arkansas, at a rate not exceeding six dollars per mile. For correction of erroneous and defective surveys in Arkansas, at a rate not exceeding four dollars per mile.... For surveying in Louisiana at augmented rates, including salary and expenses of surveyor, to locate rivate land claims.... For the survey of private land claims in Florida, under the act of twenty-eighth of June, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, including the work now under contract.....

45,000 00

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25,780 00

37,040 00

2,500 00

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For completing certain surveys in Florida, at a rate not exceeding six dollars per mile, in consequence of the peculiar difficulties attending the execution of the same on account of swamps, lakes, marshes, &c., and for scrap work...... 10,000 00 For continuing the survey of the keys on the Florida coast, under the act of twenty-eighth of June, eighteen hundred and forty-eight. For surveying standard, parallel, township, and section lines in Oregon, at a rate not exceeding twelve dollars per mile, nearly equal to six thousand four hundred miles.. For extending the principal meridian line in Oregon, a distance of one hundred and sixty miles, For rent of Surveyor General's office in Öregon, fuel, books, stationery, and other incidental expenses, including pay of messenger, &c....... 2,250 00 To defray the expenses incurred of a geological reconnoissance in Oregon, undertaken in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one, under instructions from the Department of the Interior, and intrusted to Doctor J. Evans..... 11,984 25 For completing the geological reconnoissance in Oregon...

5,000 00

9,142 00

For rent of Surveyor-General's office in California, purchase of instruments, records, drawing materials, furniture, fuel, pay of messengers, &c. 11,400 00 For continuing the survey of the islands on the coast of California, under act of the thirty-first

of August, eighteen hundred and fifty-two..... 30,000 00 For surveying standard lines in California, meandering and surveying irregular and river lots, &c., amounting to two thousand miles, at a rate not exceeding fifteen dollars per mile...... For subdividing into townships, equal to one thousand two hundred miles of surveying, at a rate not exceeding fourteen dollars per mile, in California....

76,400 00

4,000 00

16,800 00

For sectioning one hundred townships, equal to six thousand miles of surveying, in California, at a rate not exceeding twelve dollars per mile, 72,000 00

30,000 00

Public Buildings.

For compensation of the Commissioner of Public
Buildings.........

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2,000 00 For compensation of the clerk in the office of Commissioner of Public Buildings..... 1,000 00 For the extension of the United States Capitol...600,000 00 For compensation, in part, of the messenger in charge of the main furnace in the Capitol..... For compensation of the laborer in charge of the water-closets in the Capitol..... For compensation of the public gardener.....

350 00

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365 00 1,200 00

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For compensation of sixteen laborers employed in the public grounds and President's garden, at the rate of forty dollars per month each...... To supply a deficiency for the purchase of trees and the hire of laborers on the improvements of reservation number two, or public mall, between Seventh and Twelfth streets west...... For compensation of the keeper of the western gate of the Capitol square.. For compensation of two day watchmen, employed in the Capitol square, at five hundred dollars each

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For compensation of the doorkeeper at the President's House, at five hundred dollars, and of assistant doorkeeper at the same, at three hundred and sixty five dollars per annum..... For compensation of two night watchmen at the President's House....

For a bridge across the Potomac at Little Falls, to be expended under the direction of the President of the United States..

For the purpose of bringing water into the city of Washington, upon such plans and from such places as the President of the United States may ap ove....

For compensation of two draw-keepers and a watchman at the Potomac Bridge, and for fuel and oil for lamps..

For repairing the Long Bridge across the Potomac river....

For compensation of two draw-keepers at the two bridges across the Eastern Branch of the Potomac, and for fuel and oil for lamps.. For compensation of the Auxiliary Guard, and for fuel and oil for lamps.... For the support, care, and medical treatment, in the Washington Infirmary, of twelve transient paupers, medical and surgical patients... For the purchase of manure for the public grounds..........

For cart hire on the public grounds.. For the purchase and repair of tools upon the public grounds....

For the purchase of trees and tree boxes to replace, when necessary, such as have been planted by the United States, and for repairs of pavements in front of the public grounds...... For annual repairs of the Capitol, water-closets, public stables, water pipes, pavements, and other walks within and around the Capitol Square, painting the interior of all the conimittee rooms, cleaning out and paving the vaults under the crypt, extending gas-pipes through the vaults, cleaning and whitewashing the ceiling of the rotunda, replacing broken glass, locks, &c.....

For annual repairs of the President's House, furniture, improvement of grounds, painting and repairing roof, cleaning, painting, and whitewashing inside of the house, extending east wing of offices for carriage-house, blinds for the west front of the house, flooring large room in basement, purchasing trees and plants for garden, and for making hot-beds therein, wire fence, &c....

For refurnishing the President's House, to be expended under the direction of the President, in addition to the proceeds of the sale of such of the furniture and equipage of the said house as may be decayed, out of repair, or unfit for

use..

For painting the exterior of the President's House below the cornice... For heating and ventilating the Executive Mansion, painting the exterior thereof, and painting the walls, ceilings, &c., of the rooms on the first floor, and making other improvements and repairs, and for the purchase of books for the President's library... For erecting lamp-posts and lamps on both sides of Pennsylvania Avenue, from Seventeenth street to Georgetown, and from the Capitol to the Navy Yard....

.....100,000 00

For completing the grading and paving of the carriage way of Pennsylvania Avenue, from Seventeenth street to Rock Creek, and for setting the curb stone and paving the footway six feat wide on each side of said Avenue, in addition to the sum heretofore appropriated for that object.....

For inciosing with an iron fence, and otherwise improving, the triangular space on the north -side of Pennsylvania Avenue, opposite the market house, and between Seventh and Eighth streets... For a deficiency for surveying, leveling, and measuring the triangular square on the north side of Pennsylvania Avenue between Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets....

7,680 00

For supplying a deficiency in the appropriation made March third, eighteen hundred and fortynine, for completing the room under the Senate post office...

For lighting the Capitol and President's House, the public grounds around them and around the executive offices, and Pennsylvania Ave

5,276 52

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1,000 00

865 00

1,000 00

30,000 00

1,800 00 20,000 00

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25,000 00

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29,500 00

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4,500 00

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22,000 00

Towards the erection of the west wing of the Patent Office Building..... .200,000 00 4,000 00

For completing the repairs of the two bridges across the Eastern Branch...

Miscellaneous.

For salaries and incidental expenses of the commission appointed under the act of March third, eighteen hundred and fifty-one, for settling land claims in California

75,000 00

Appropriations.

For annuities and grants...

For expenses of loans and treasury notes. For pensions to widows and orphans under the act entitled "An act to continue half-pay to certain widows and orphans," approved February third, eighteen hundred and fifty three..174,000 00 For the discharge of such miscellaneous claims, not otherwise provided for, as shall be admitted in due course of settlement at the Treasury To enable the Clerk of the House of Representatives to furnish, pay for, and deliver the same books to the delegates from Oregon, New Mexico, and Utah, for the Thirty Second Congress, as per resolution of said House, passed twenty-sixth July, eighteen hundred and fifty-two.. 2,700 00 To pay to J. T. Mudd for services in the office of Commissioner of Public Buildings, from the day of the death of the late Commissioner to the appointment of the present incumbent.... For compensation of the warden, clerk, physician, chaplain, two assistant keepers, four guards, and porter of the penitentiary of the District of Columbia..

For compensation of three inspectors of said penitentiary.......

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To pay the clerks of the Departments of the Treasury, War, Navy, the Interior, and the Post Office, when distributed and arranged as required by the third section of this act according to its provisions....

.[Indefinite.] The Secretary of the Treasury to purchase at the current market price any of the outstanding stocks of the United States as he may think most advisable, from any surplus funds in the Treasury... ......[Indefinite.] The President of the United States to compensate Clark Mills for the execution of the equestrian statue of Andrew Jackson, recently placed upon the public square in the city of Washington north of the Executive Mansion, and to make the same the property of the United States...

To pay Daniel S. McCauley, the late Consul General at Alexandria, in Egypt, for office rent at the rate of four hundred dollars per annum, during the time he acted in that capacity.... [Indefinite.] For salaries of Governor and Superintendent of Indian Affairs, three judges, attorney, and marshal of Washington Territory, from the time of their appointment to the end of the fiscal

20,000 00

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For expenses of recruiting..

For three months' extra pay for non-commis-
sioned officers, musicians, and privates, on re-
enlistment...

For subsistence in kind...
For clothing for the Army, camp and garrison
equipage, and horse equipments...

For the regular supplies of the Quartermaster's
Department, consisting of fuel, forage in kind
for the horses, mules, and oxen, of the Quar-
termaster's Department, at the several military
posts and stations, and with the armies in the
field; for the horses of the first and second re-
giments of dragoons, the companies of light ar-
tillery, the regiment of mounted riflemen, and
such companies of infantry as may be mounted,
and also for the authorized number of officers'
horses when serving in the field and at the out-
posts; of straw for soldiers' bedding; and of
stationery, including company and other blank
books for the army, certificates for discharged
soldiers, blank forms for the Pay and Quarter-
master's Departments, and for the printing of
division and department orders, army regula-
tions, and reports...
....1,050,000 00

36,320 00 43,200 00

For the incidental expenses of the Quartermaster's Department, consisting of postage on letters and packets received and sent by officers of the army on public service; expenses of courts-martial and courts of inquiry, including the additional compensation to judges-advocate, recorders, members, and witnesses, while on that service, under the act of March sixteenth, eighteen hundred and two; extra pay to soldiers employed, under the direction of the Quartermaster's Department, in the erection of barracks, quarters, storehouses, and hospitals; the construction of roads and other constant labor, for periods of not less than ten days, under the act of March second, eighteen hundred and nineteen; expenses of expresses to and from the frontier posts and armies in the field; of escorts to payinasters, other disbursing officers, and trains, when military escorts cannot be furnished; expenses of the interment of non-commissioned officers and soldiers; authorized office furniture; hire of laborers in the Quartermaster's Department, including hire of interpreters, spies, and guides for the army; compensation of clerk to officers of the Quartermaster's Department; compensation of forage and wagon-masters, authorized by the act of July, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight; for the apprehension of deserters, and the expenses incident to their pursuit; the various expenditures required for the first and second regiments of dragoons, the companies of light artillery, the regiment of mounted riflemen, and such companies of infantry as may be mounted, including the purchase of traveling forges, blacksmith's and shoeing tools, horse and mule shoes, iron, hire and veterinary surgeons, and medicine for horses and mules........

10,000 00 ..1,028,497 00

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...300,000 00

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For constructing, repairing, and enlarging bar racks, quarters, hospitals, storehouses, stables, wharves, and ways, at the several posts and army depôts; for temporary cantonments, and the authorized furniture for barrack rooms of non-commissioned officers and soldiers; gunhouses for the protection of cannon, including the necessary tools and materials for the objects enumerated, and for rent of quarters and offices for officers, and barracks and hospitals for troops, where there are no public buildings for their accommodation; for storehouses for the safe-keeping of military stores, and of grounds for summer cantonments and encamp

ments.

.300,000 00

65,000 00

40,000 00

For erecting barracks and quarters at the Republican fork of the Kansas river.. For erecting barracks and quarters for a military post on Minnesota river..................... For mileage or allowance made to officers for the transportation of themselves and baggage, when traveling on duty without troops. For transportation of the army, including the baggage of the troops, when moving either by land or water; of clothing, camp, and garrison equipage, and horse equipments, from the depôt at Philadelphia to the several posts and army depôts; of subsistence from the places of purchase, and from the places of delivery, under contract, to such places as the circumstances of the service may require it to be sent; of ordnance, ordnance stores, and small arms, from the founderies and armories to the arsenals, fortifications, frontier posts, and army depôts; freights, tells, and ferriage; for the purchase and hire of horses, mules, oxen, wagons, carts, drays, ships, and other sea-going vessels and boats, for the transportation of supplies, and for garrison purposes; for drayage and cartage at the several posts; hire of teamsters, transportation of funds for the pay and other disbursing departments; the expense of sailing public transports on the various rivers, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Atlantic and Pacific; and for procuring water at such posts as from their situation require that it be brought from a distance.....

.120,000 00

.1,500,000 00

For the purchase of horses required for the first and second regiments of dragoons, the companies of light artillery, the regiment of mounted riflemen, and such companies of infantry as may be mounted..

..180,000 00 For the medical and hospital departments...... 52,000 00 For cannon, gun-carriages, and projectiles for sea-coast defense.......... ..200,000 00 For ordnance, orduance stores, and supplies....100,000 00 For the current expense of the ordnance service, 100,000 00 For the manufacture of arms at the nati mal armories...

....

.250,000 00

To make good damages at Harper's Ferry, caused by the flood of nineteenth and twentieth of April, eighteen hundred and fifty-two.. For repairs and improvements and new machinery at Harper's Ferry..

For repairs and improvements and new machinery at Springfield Armory...

For arsenals........ For arrearages prior to July first, eighteen hundred and fifteen, payable through the office of the Third Auditor, under an act approved May first, eighteen hundred and twenty, in addition to an unexpended balance of seven thousand four hundred and twenty-six dollars remaining in the Treasury on the thirtieth of September, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two..... 3,500 00 For arrearages of pay, subsistence and clothing due to Captain Richard McRae's company of Virginia volunteers, which served in the war with Great Britain in eighteen hundred and twelve and thirteen...

For bridges, and establishing communications between Fort Leavenworth and the Republican fork of the Kansas river..... For fuel and quarters for officers of the army serving on light house duty, the payment of which is no longer made by the Quartermaster's Department.. ... ... ... ... ... ....

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For fuel and quarters, and for mileage or transportation for officers and enlisted men of the army serving on the coast survey in cases no longer provided for by the Quartermaster's Department...

20,000 00

43,500 00 46,094 00 41,071 00

10,334 31

To pay to Richard B. Lee, late commissary of the Pacific division of the army, the sum of eleven hundred and seventy-five dollars, with interest from the ninth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty, being for money lost in being transported from Honolulu to San Francisco, under his charge, and for which he has accounted to the Department, and which sum includes the expenses incurred in efforts to recover the same...

11,725 00

4,053 87

10,000 00

For the discharge of claims for preventing and suppressing Indian hostilities in Florida....[Indefinite.]

To extend the provisions of the first section of the act entitled "An act making appropriations for the support of the Army for the year ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one," approved September twenty-eight, eighteen hundred and fifty, granting extra pay to the officers and enlisted men of the Army serving in Oregon and California, to the officers and men of the two companies of regiment of mounted riflemen that garrisoned the post of Fort Laramie, Oregon route, during the time they occupied said post...........[Indefinite.]

1,367 70

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For pay of commission, warrant, and petty officers, and seamen, including the Engineer Corps of the Navy......

.$2,880,148 00 To pay to the officers, petty officers, and seamen of the United States Navy, to the officers, noncommissioned officers, musicians, and privates of the Marine Corps, and to the officers and men of the Revenue service who served in the Pacific ocean, on the coast of California and Mexico, during the late war with Mexico, and since the conclusion of the war up to the twenty-eighth of September, eighteen hundred and fifty, the same additional compensation as has been by law directed to be paid to the officers and soldiers of the Army who served in California. [Indefinite.] To allow to Lieutenant William Lewis Herndon and Lardner Gibbon, officers of the United States Navy, who were engaged upon the exploration of the Amazon, the same pay as has been allowed to the Superintendent of the Naval Astronomical Expedition in Chili, by the act making appropriations for the naval service, approved March third, eighteen hundred and fifty-one, during the period of their service as aforesaid, which period shall be reckoned from the date on which each officer left the United States until the final return of the exploring party... For pay of superintendents, naval constructors, and all the civil establishments at the several navy-yards and stations...... For provisions for commission, warrant, and petty officers and seamen, including engineers and marines attached to vessels for sea service,686,200 00 For the completion of a scientific investigation and experiments upon the character of alimentary substances, used as subsistence in the Navy, and means to prevent their deterioration..

.108,650 00

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5,000 00

For surgeons' necessaries and appliances for the sick and hurt of the Navy, including the Marine Corps...

19,000 00

For repair of vessels in ordinary, and for wear and tear of vessels in commission, including fuel and purchase of hemp.. 1,941,450 00 For ordnance and ordnance stores, and smallarms, including incidental expenses...... ..200,000 00 For preparing for publication the American Nautical Almanac........ For the purchase of nautical instruments required for the use of the Navy, for repairs of the same, and also of astronomical instruments... 11,000 00 For the purchase of nautical books, maps, and charts, and for backing and binding the same.. 12,500 00 For printing and publishing sailing directions, hydrographical surveys, and astronomical ob servations

5,500 00

...........

37,300 00

For models, drawing, and copying, postage, stationery, freight, and transportation; for pay of lithographer, and for working lithographic press, including chemicals; for keeping grounds and buildings in order; for fuel and lights; for repairs of buildings, and for all other contingent expenses of the Hydrographical Office and United States Observatory.... 7,240 00 For continuing the publication of the Wind and Current Charts, and for defraying all the expenses connected therewith.... 10,000 00 For pipes for carrying gas to, and fixtures for lighting with it, the National Observatory..... 2,500 00 For the wages of persons employed at the Observatory and Hydrographical Office, viz: one lithographer, one instrument maker, two watchmen, and one porter.................. For contingent expenses that may accrue for the following purposes, viz: freight and transportation, printing and stationery, advertising in newspapers, books, maps, models, and drawings, purchase and repair of fire-engines and machinery, repairs of, and attending to steam-engines in navy-yards, purchase and maintenance of horses and oxen, and driving teams, carts, timber wheels, and the purchase and repair of workmen's tools, postage of public letters, furniture for Government houses, fuel, oil, and candles for navy-yards and shore stations, pay of watchmen and incidental labor not chargeable to any other appropriation, la bor attending the delivery of stores on civil stations, wharfage, dockage, and rent, traveling expenses of officers and others under orders, funeral expenses, store and office rent, stationery, fuel, commissions and pay of clerks to navy agents and storekeepers, flags, awnings, and packing boxes, premiums and other expenses of recruiting, apprehending deserters, per diem pay to persons attending courtsmartial and courts of inquiry, and other services authorized by law, pay to judges-advocate, pilotage and towage of vessels and as

3,160 00

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For improvement and repair of buildings and grounds, and support of the Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland

For construction, extension, and completion of the following objects, and for contingent expenses at the several navy-yards, viz: Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

For purchase of land, extending walls, making new roads and wharf, building and furnishing hospital, and changing the fronts of houses, at the Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland.. 38,000 00 For meterological observations, to be conducted under the directions of the Secretary of the Navy...

For cooper's shop and watchman's quarters, dredging in front, and pointing and puddling stone basin, boiler-room, boilers, engine and machinery, reservoir for engine house, pipes, gutters, drains, and cisterns, grading yard near timber shed, and for repairs of all kinds, including care of floating dock......

Boston, Massachusetts.

For rebuilding smithery, cooperage, and packing-house, coal-house, for rope-walk, engines, stone wall west of timber-dock, rebuilding battery, grading and paving timber-shed number thirty-one, and for repairs of all kinds...................... New York, New York. For completing commander's house, smithery, timber shed; lime, pitch, and coal-house; continuing quay-wall, muster office, cob wharf; dredging channel and piers; completing engine-house, culvert, and removing piles in front of dock; filling in timber-pond and low places; paving gutters and flagging, and for repairs of all kinds.....

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For completing hemp-house, completing blacksmith-shop and office building, cisterns for rope-walk, culvert from rope-walk to river, and for repairs of all kinds. For completion of railing for vertical wall... For the purchase of iron railing for the rope-laying machinery of the rope-walk....

San Francisco, California. For blacksmith-shop, carpenter's shop, storehouse, and wharf......

To complete and carry into execution the verbal contract for a basin and railway in California, in connection with the floating dock, as made by the late Secretary of the Navy in pursuance of authority for that purpose, given by the act of September the twenty-eighth, one thousand eight hundred and fifty, entitled "An act inaking appropriations for the naval service for the year ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one," and as stated in the letter of the said late Secretary, addressed to the Hon. Howell Cobb, Speaker of the House of Representatives, and dated the twenty-first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one.....

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For permanent wharf, paint-shops, and cooperage, construction of deep basin and dredging, rebuilding central wharf, and wharves J and C, smoke-stack, and extending machine-shops, mooring anchors, cables, and fixtures for mooring and operating floating dock, and for repairs of all kinds.. ..225,800 00

Memphis, Tennessee.

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FOR HOSPITALS.-At Boston.
For repairs of all kinds
At New York.
For repairs of all kinds.......

At Philadelphia Naval Asylum. For tinning roof of asylum, laying water-pipes, furnaces, grates and ranges, pavements and gutters...

For repairs of all kinds..

23,925 00

At Norfolk. For wall to inclose a grave-yard, including excavation...

..100,000 00

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