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Provisions and For compensation of the chief of the Bureau of Provisions . and Clothing, and to the clerks and messenger in his office,
eight thousand three hundred dollars; Medicine and For compensation of the chief of the Bureau of Medicine and
Surgery, and to the clerks, assistant surgeon, and messenger in,
his office, six thousand six hundred dollars ; Contingencies. For contingent expenses, of said department, and all the
; bureaus connected therewith, vizi
For blank books, binding, stationery, printing, and labor, four thousand one hundred and forty dollars;
For miscellaneous items, one thousand six hundred and sixty
dollars. Southwest Exe. For compensation of superintendent and three watchmen of cutive building. The southwest executive building, one thousand three hundred
and forty-five dollars.
For the contingent expenses of the said building, viz:
For lahor, fuel, and light, one thousand six hundred and seventy-five dollars ;
For miscellaneous items, one thousand one hundred and
fifty dollars. Post Office De
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT. For compensation to the Postmaster General, three assistant postmasters general, clerks, messengers, assistant messengers, and watchmen of the said department, seventy-four thousand
three hundred dollars; Superintendent For compensation of superintendent of the Post Office buildof Post Office ing, two hundred and fifty dollars. Department. Contingencies. For the contingent expenses of the said department, viz:
For blank books, binding, stationery, fuel, oil, printing, labor,
and day watchmen, six thousand one hundred and sixty dollars; Miscellaneous. : For miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars : Provided, Proceeds of the That the proceeds of the telegraph between Washington city telegraph to be and Baltimore he and
ne and Baltimore be, and the same are hereby, directed to be placed in the 'Treasury. placed in the Treasury of the United States for the benefit of
the Post Office Department in the same inanner as other reve
nue from postages. Auditor and For compensation of the Auditor for the Post Office Departclerks. ment, clerks, messenger, and assistant messengers in his office,
eighty-five thousand seven hundred dollais. Contingencies. For contingent expenses of said office, viz:
For labor, blank books, binding, stationery, printing blanks
and circulars, five thousand one hundred and sixty dollars ; .. For miscellaneous items, seven hundred dollars.
SURVEYORS AND THEIR CLERKS. Sarveyora ands, olerks.
of For compensation of the surveyor general northwest of the the Ohio. Ohio, and the clerks in his office, eight thousand three hundred
on to clerks,
For compensation of the surveyor general in Illinois and Illinois and MigMissouri, and the clerks in his office, five thousand eight hun." dred and lwenty dollars;
For compensation of the surveyor general in Arkansas, and Arkansas. the clerks in his office, four thousand three hundred dollars;
For compensation of the surveyor general in Louisiana, and Louisiana, the clerks in his office, four thousand five hundred dollars ;
For compensation of the surveyor general in Mississippi, Mississippia and the clerks in his office, four thousand six hundred and fifty dollars;
For compensation of the surveyor general in Alabarna, and Alabama. the clerks in his office, four thousand dollars;
For compensation of the surveyor general in Florida, and the Florida. clerks in his office, five thousand five hundred dollars ;
For compensation of the surveyor general in Wisconsin and Wisconsin and Iowa, and the clerks in his office, 'three thousand one hundred lowa. dollars;
For compensation of the clerks in the offices of the surveyors Apportionment general, to be apportioned to them according to the exigencies ioni of the public service, and, if necessary, to be employed in transcribing field notes of surveys, for the purpose of preserving them at the seat of Government, sixteen thousand dollars;
Nome Land offices at For paying to the land offices at St. Augustine and News
WSt. Augustine & nansville, in Florida, for issuing permits under the act of Newnansville, fourth August, eighteen hundred and forty-two, a per cent. Florida. age equal to that allowed by law upon the sale of the same quantity of public lands at the minimum price, five thousand dollars; For compensation of the Secretary to sign patents for public Secretary to
sign patents. lands, one thousand five hundred dollars;
For compensation of the Commissioner of Public Buildings Commissioner in Washington city, two thousand dollars;
of Public Build
Duh ings. For compensation to four assistants, draw-keeper at the Poto. Po mac bridge, including oil for lamps and machinery, fire-wood, and repairs of bridge, four thousand two hundred and ninety dollars. " MINT OF THE UNITED STATES AND BRANCHES. .. Mint of U. S.,
and branches, At Philadelphia, viz:
At Philadelphia For salaries of the director, treasurer, chief coiner, melter Officers. and refiner, engraver, aseayer, assistant assayer, and four clerks, ... nineteen thousand two hundred dollars ;
For wages of workmen twenty-four thousand dollars;
For incidental and contingent expenses, including fuel, ma- Contingencies. terials, stationery, repairs, water rent, and wastage, eight hundred dollars;
For specimens of ores and coins, to be reserved at the mint, three hundred dollars ; At Charlotte, North Carolina, viz:
Officers. For salaries of superintendent, assayer, coiner, and clerk
six thousand dollars :
For wages of workmen, three thousand five hundred dollars Contingencies. Wastage of gold, and for contingent expenses, one thousan
five hundred dollars. At Dahlonega. At Dahlonega, Georgia, viz: Officers. For salaries of the superintendent, assayer, coiner, and cler
six thousand dollars;
For wages of workmen, three thousand six hundred dollar Contingoncios: For incidental and contingent expenses, including fuel, m
terials, stationery, repairs, and wastage, three thousand dollars At NewOrleans At New Orleans, viz: Officers. For salaries of superintendent, treasurer, coiner, assayer, me
ter and refiner, and two clerks, twelve thousand nine hundre dollars;
For wages of workmen, nineteen thousand dollars ; Contingencies.
For incidental and contingent expenses, including fuel, m: terials, stationery, water rent, repairs, and wastage, twenty-on
thousand dollars; Machinery For machinery and machinists, four thousand five hundre
GOVERNMENTS IN THE TERRITORIES OF THE UNITED STATE
Governor and For salaries of governor, three judges, and secretary, nir officers.
thousand one hundred dollars ; Contingencies. For contingent expenses of said Territory, three hundre
and fifty dollars; Legislative As. For compensation and mileage of the members of the Legi sembly: lative Assembly, pay of officers and attendants, printing, statio
ery, fuel, and other incidental and contingent expenses, thirtee thousand seven hundred dollars.
Governor and For salaries of governor, three judges, and secretary, nii officers. thousand one hundred dollars ; Contingencies.
For contingent expenses of said territory, three hundred ai
fifty dollars ; Legislative As. For compensation and mileage of the members of the Leg sembly.
lative Assembly of said Territory, pay of officers and attendant printing, stationery, fuel, and other incidental and contingei expenses, including arrearages of expenses of previous session of said Assembly, the accounts for which shall first be audite and allowed by the proper accounting officers of the Treasur fourteen thousand and fifty dollars.
Judiciary. For salaries of the chief justice of the Supreme Court, and Chief Justice & the eight associate judges, forty-one thousand dollars ;
For salaries of ihe district judges, fifty-six thousand seven District Judges. bundred dollars :
For salaries of the chief justice of the District of Columbia, Judges of D. C. the associate judges, the judges of the criminal and orphan's courts of said district, eleven thousand seven hundred dollars ;
For salaries of the Attorney General, and clerk and messen. Attorney Geneger in his office, five thousand five hundred dollars;
ral and ullico. For contingent expenses of the office of Attorney General, five hundred dollars ;
For salary of the reporter of the decisions of the Supreme Reporter of the Court, thirteen hundred dollars ;
Supreme Court. For compensation of the district attorneys, including those District Attorin the several Territories, being two hundred dollars each, as neys. prescribed by law, seven thousand dollars ;
For compensation of the marsbals, including those in the Marshals. several Territories, as prescribed by law, six thousand two hundred dollars;
For defraying the expenses of the Supreme, Circuit, and Contingencios. 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 on the thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and forty-six, and previous years; and likewise for defraying the expenses of suits in which the United States are concerned, and for prosecutions for offences committed against the United States, and for the safekeeping of prisoners, four hundred and thirty-nine thousand dollars ;
For additional compensation, at eight hundred dollars each, Additional comto the district judges of Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Missispensation
certain judges. sippi, and Alabama, under the provisions of the first section of The act of seventeenth June, eighteen hundred and forty-four, four thousand dollars. MISCELLANEOUS.
Miscellaneous. For payment of annuities and grants by special acts of Con- Annuities and gress, seven hundred and fifty dollars ;
For salaries of two keepers of the public archives in Florida, Florida archone thousand dollars ;
ives. For arrearages prior to first of July, eighteen hundred and
Arrearages pay: fifteen, payable through the Third Auditor's office, in addition able through 3d
Auditor's office. to one thousand two hundred dollars appropriated this session for the same object, two thousand eight hundred dollars ; For expenses in relation to loans, four thousand dollars ;
Expenses in roFor compensation and contingent expenses of the auxiliary lation to loans.
Auxilliary guard, six thousand seven hundred and seventy-five dollars ; guard.
For survey of the coast of the United States, including com Coast survey pensation to the superintendent and assistants, one hundred and eleven thousand dollars;
Custom house, For completing the custom-house at Wilmington, North Car-
olina, five thousand one hundred dollars; Custom housc For completing the work of the custom house at Boston, at Boston
fifty thousand dollars; Group of statues For payment to Horatio Greenough for a group of statues to for the Capitol. adorn the eastern portico of the Capitol, eight ihousand dolProviso.
lars: Provided, The work is in such state of progress as, in reference to the whole sum to be paid for its execution, shall, in the opinion of the President of the United States, render it
proper to make such payment; Sick and dis.
To supply deficiencies in the fund for the relief of sick and abled seamen.
disabled seamen, twenty-five thousand dollars ;
For repairs of that part of the custom-house at Mobile occuat Mobile.
pied by the United States court, three hundred and ninety dol
lars; Revenue cutter. For the building or purchasing of a revenne-cutter, twelve
thousand dollars ; 6th vol. Docu For the sixth volume of the fourth series of the Documentary mentary history History of the United States, twenty-five thousand four hun
dred and forty-nine dollars ; Payment of ex
For payment of the excess of duties paid upon wines im. cess of duties collected on ported from Portugal into the United States by John Osborn, wines from Por of the city of New York, the sum of one thousand seven hun. tugal.
dred and eighteen dollars and forty-two cents; and by Isaac Winslow and Son, of Boston, the sum of one thousand and nineteen dollars and fifty-four cents; and by Alexander Soltan, of New York, the sum of eight hundred and eighty-five dol. lars and ninety six cents; which said duties were levied and
collected contrary to the treaty stipulations existing between Proviso. Portugal and this Government Provided, however, That the
Secretary of the Treasury shall not pay said sums of money 10 said Osborn, and Winslow and Son, and Soltan, unless he is
satisfied they are rightfully entitled thereto; Contingencies For annual repairs of the Capitol, lamplighters, oil for lamps, for the Capitol wicks, and repairs of lamps and lamp posts, attendance on furand grounds.
naces of the crypt, attendance on water closets, cleaning the rotundo and crypt, brushes and brooms, laborers and cartage on Capitol grounds, tools, wire, twine, leather, nails, stakes, manure, and straw for grounds, trees, attendance at the western gates of the Capitol, repairs of public stables, flagging, and enclosures, keeping in order iron pipes that convey the water to the Capitol and public offices, and gardener's salary, nine thousand nine hundred and fourteen dollars ;
For constructing seven furnaces for warming and drying the lower story, halls, and passages of the north wing of the Cap. itol, three thousand nine hundred and ten dollars;
For constructing six water closets for the Senate and two for the Supreme Court, on the same floors, respectively, three thousand four hundred and sixty-eight dollars;
For enlarging the law library, constructing a new stairway, and other work and the materials therefor, according to the