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e thousand dollars. For labor, fuel, lights, and incluent,
320 Cong....20 Sess.
Laws of the United States. For rent of additional buildings, in part occupied
Northwest Executive Building. by the Secretary of the Interior, and part by the For compensation of the Secretary of War and For compensation of the superintendent, and First Auditor of the Treasury, three thousand five the clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger in four watchmen, of the Northwest Executive Buildhundred dollars.
his office, eighteen thousand and fifty dollars. ing, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. For fuel, watching, and miscellaneous items For compensation of the clerk and messenger in for the same, four thousand dollars.
For contingent expenses of said building, viz: the office of the Commanding General, one ihou For labor, fuel, and light, two thousand four Department of the Interior. sand five hundred dollars.
hundred dollars. For compensation of the clerks
For miscellaneous items, one thousand six hunin rior, and the clerks, messengers, and laborers in
dred dollars. his office, twenty-four thousand seven hundred
four hundred and fifty dollars. dollars, For compensation of the clerks and messenger
Building corner of Pand Seventeenth streets.
For rent of house on northwest corner of F and For compensation of the Commissioner of the || in the office of the Quartermaster General, twelve General Land Office, and the recorder, draughts- thousand three hundred dollars: Provided, That it Seventeenth streets, and warming all the rooms man, assistant draughtsman, clerks, messengers,
shall be the duty of the Quartermaster General to in it, twenty-one thousand eight hundred and assistant messengers, and packers in his office, have prepared in his office, out of the above appro- | seventy-five dollars. ninety-eight thousand eight hundred and six dol- priation, books of transfer for the use of the Third For compensation of superintendent, and four lars. Auditor's office.
watchmen, of the building corner of F and SevFor compensation of the Commissioner of In
For compensation of the clerks and messenger enteenth streets, two thousand two hundred and dian Affairs, and the clerks, messenger, and as
in the office of clothing and equipage, in Philadel. || fifty dollars. sistant messenger in his office, twenty-six thousand phia, four thousand and forty dollars.
For contingent expenses of said building: two hundred dollars.
For compensation of the clerks and messenger in For miscellaneous items, including labor, one For compensation of the Commissioner of Pen
the office of the Paymaster General, nine thousand | thousand four hundred dollars. sions, and ihe clerks and messengers in his office,
nine hundred dollars. eighteen thousand eight hundred dollars. For compensation of the clerks and messenger in
For compensation of the Secretary of the Navy, For compensation to temporary clerks employed the office of the Commissary General of Subsistin the office of the Commissioner of Pensions, forence seven thousand three hundred dollars.
and the clerks, messenger, and assistant messenty-two thousand and forty-six dollars and sixty
For compensation of the clerks and messenger in ger in his office, twenty-two thousand dollars. six cents: Provided, That no clerk shall receive
the office of the Chief Engineer, five thousand nine For compensation of the Chief of the Bureau of more than at the rate of three dollars thirty-three hundred dollars.
Construction, Equipment, and Repairs, and the and one third cents per day, except two, whose
Forcompensation of the clerks and messenger in clerks, draughtsman, and messenger in his office, compensation shall be twelve hundred dollars per the office of the Surgeon General, three thousand
thirteen thousand six hundred dollars: Provided, six hundred and fifty dollars.
That the ief of the Bureau be a "skillful naval
For compensation of the clerks and messenger in constructor, as required by the act approved Contingent expenses of the Department of the Interior. the office of the Colonel of Ordnance, eight thou August thirty-first, eighteen hundred and fortyIn the office of the Secretary of the Interior: sand six hundred and fifty dollars.
two, instead of a captain in the Navy. For books, stationery, furniture, and other con For compensation of the clerks and messenger in For compensation of the chief naval constructor, tingencies, three thousand seven hundred dollars. the Bureau of Topographical Engineers, four thou and the engineer-in-chief, six thousand dollars. For library, books, and maps, one thousand sand nine hundred dollars.
For compensation of the Chief of the Bureau dollars.
Contingent expenses of the War Departinent.
of Ordnance and Hydrography, and the clerks, In General Land Office:
In the office of the Secretary of War:
draughtsman, and messenger in his office, nine For compensation of laborers, two thousand For blank books, stationery, and labor, one thou
thousand four hundred dollars. dollars. sand four hundred and fifty dollars.
For compensation of the Chief of the Bureau of For cash system and military patents, under For miscellaneous items, five hundred and fifty Navy-Yards and Docks, and of the civil engineor,
dollars. laws prior to thirtieth of September, eighteen hun.
draughtsman, clerks, and messenger in his office,
twelve thousand six hundred dollars. dred and fifty; patent and other records, tract For books, maps, and plans, one thousand dolbooks, blank' books, for the district land offices; || lars.
For compensation of the clerks and messenger
in the Bureau of Provisions and Clothing, seven binding plats, field-notes, &c.; stationery, office
For extra clerks, one thousand five hundred
thousand three hundred dollars. furniture, and repairs of same, and miscellaneous dollars.
For compensation to the Chief of the Bureau of items, thirty-six thousand three hundred and In the office of the Commanding General: Medicine and Surgery, and the assistant to chief, twenty-five dollars: Provided, That whenever the For miscellaneous items, three hundred dollars.
clerks, and messenger in his office, seven thousand cost of collecting the revenue from the sales of the
In the office of the Adjutant General:
seven hundred dollars. public lands in any United States land district shall be as much as one third of the whole amount hundred dollars.
For blank books, binding, and stationery, five Contingencies of the Navy Department. of revenue collected in such district, it shall and
For contingencies of the Navy Department, and For miscellaneous items, including office furnimay be lawful for the President of the United
all the bureaus connected therewith, viz: ture, five hundred dollarg. States, if in his opinion not incompatible with
For blank books, binding, stationery, books, the public interest, to discontinue the land office
In the office of the Quartermaster General, | plans, drawings, labor, newspapers and periodiin such district, and to annex the said district to
including the office at Philadelphia:
cals, incidental and miscellaneous items, six thousome other adjoining land district or districts of
For blank books, binding, and stationery, seven sand four hundred and thirty dollars. the United States. hundred dollars.
Southwest Executive Building. For parchment, maps, records, letter and other
For labor, one hundred and fifty dollars. records, required under the swamp land act of
For miscellaneous items, four hundred dollars.
For compensation of the superintendent and twenty-eighth of September, eighteen hundred and
For office rent at Philadelphia, five hundred dol
four watchmen of the south west executivebuilding, lars.
two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. fifty; military, bounty acts of twenty-eighth of September, eighteen hundred and fifty, and twenty
In the office of the Commissary General of For contingent expenses of said building, viz: second of March, eighteen hundred and fifty-two,
For labor, three hundred and twenty-five doland for the satisfaction of Virginia land warrants,
For blank books, binding, stationery, advertis
lars. per act of thirty-first of August, eighteen hundred ing, and labor, two thousand nine hundred dol For fuel and lights, one thousand five hundred and fifty-two; printing plate and engraving scrip, lars.
and fifty dollars. authorized to be issued by act of thirty-first of
For miscellaneous items, one hundred and fifty
For miscellaneous items, one thousand one hunAugust, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, including dollars.
dred and fifty dollars. form, &c., under said act, and other miscellaneous In the office of the Chief Engineer:
Post Office Department. expenses, thirty-two thousand seven hundred dol For blank books, binding, and stationery, five For compensation of the Postmaster General, lars. hundred dollars,
three Assistant Postmasters General, and the In the office of the Commissioner of Indian
For miscellaneous items, including subscription clerks, messenger, assistant messengers, and Affairs :
to two daily Washington newspapers, four hun watchmen of said department, one hundred and For blank books, binding, and stationery, one dred dollars.
eight thousand nine hundred dollars. thousand dollars.
In the office of the Surgeon General:
For compensation of the superintendent of the For labor, two hundred dollars.
For blank books, binding, and stationery, two
Post Office building, two hundred and fifty dollars. For miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars. hundred dollars.
Contingent expenses of the Post Office Department. In the office of the Commissioner of Pensions: For miscellaneous items, one hundred and fifty
For blank books, binding, stationery, fuel for For stationery, three thousand dollars. dollars.
the General Post Office building, including the For binding books, one thousand dollars.
In the office of the Colonel of Ordnance: Auditor's office, oil, gas, and candles, labor, day For furniture, five hundred dollars.
For blank books, binding, and stationery, four watchman, and for miscellaneous expenses, eleven For engraving bounty land warrants, four thou- hundred dollars.
thousand eight hundred dollars. sand five hundred dollars.
For miscellaneous items, three hundred and fifty For repairs of the General Post Office building, For miscellaneous items, one dollars.
for office furniture, glazing, whitewashing, and for Contingent expenses of east
In the Bureau of Topograpical Engineers:
keeping the fire-places and furnaces in order, one Office Building, viz: For blank books, binding, stationery, and
thousand five hundred dollars. labor, twelve hundred and fifty dollars.
Auditor of the Post Office Department: two thousand two hundred dollars.
For miscellaneous items, five hundred dollars. For compensation of the Auditor of the Post
Onice Department, and the clerks, messenger, and For payment of the expenses of the board of
Surveyors General and their Clerks. assistant messenger in his office, one hundred and commissioners to prepare and compile a code of For compensation of the surveyor general norththree thousand two hundred dollars.
laws for the better government of the Territory of west of the Ohio, and the clerks in his office, eight For contingent expenses of said office, viz:
New Mexico, authorized by the act of the Legis- | thousand three hundred dollars. For labor, three thousand and eighty dollars. lative Assembly approved July fifteenth, eighteen For compensation of the surveyor general of
For stationery, two thousand three hundred hundred and filty-one, the sum of eighteen hun Illinois and Missouri, and the clerks in his office, dollars. dred and fifty-five dollars.
five thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars. For blank books, one thousand two hundred For compensation and mileage of the members
For compensation of the surveyor general of dollars.
of the Legislative Assembly, officers, clerks, and Louisiana, and the clerks in his office, four thouFor binding and ruling, six hundred and twenty | contingent expenses of the Assembly, iwenty thou sand five hundred dollars. dollars.
sand dollars; and it is hereby provided that the For compensation of the surveyor general of For miscellaneous items, viz:
appropriation made by the act approved thirteenth Florida, and the clerks in his office, five thousand For file-boards, repairs, cases, and desks, for
of September, one thousand eight hundred and five hundred dollars.
fifty, " for public buildings for the Territory of safe-keeping of paper, new furniture, lights, wash
For compensation of the surveyor general of New Mexico," is continued and made applicable Wisconsin and lowa, and the clerks in his office, ing towels, ice, horse for messenger, telegraphic
to the object originally contemplated, notwith- || eight thousand three hundred dollars. dispatches, stoves, &c., one thousand five hundred
standing the provisions of the tenth section of the dollars.
For compensation of the surveyor general of act of August thirty-first, one thousand eight hun- || Arkansas, and the clerks in his office, eight thouMint of the United States at Philadelphia. dred and fifty-two.
sand three hundred dollars. For salaries of the director, treasurer, chief
TERRITORY OF Utah.
For compensation of the surveyor general of coiner, melter and refiner, engraver, assayer, as. For salaries of governor, superintendent of In- Oregon, and the clerks in his office, six thousand sistant assayer, and six clerks, twenty-two thou dian affairs, three judges, and secretary, nine thou- five hundred dollars. sand two hundred dollars. sand seven hundred dollars.
For compensation of the surveyor general of For wages of workmen, seventy-two thousand For contingent expenses of said Territory, one California, and the clerks in his office, eighteen dollars. thousand dollars.
thousand five hundred dollars. For incidental and contingent expenses, includ For compensation and mileage of the members For clerks in the office of the surveyors general, ing fuel, materials, stationery, water rent, repairs, || of the Legislative Assembly, officers, clerks, and including the offices in Oregon and California, to and wastage, in addition to other available funds, contingent expenses of the Assembly, twenty thou- | be apportioned to them according to the exigencies forty-one thousand five hundred dollars; and it sand dollars.
of the public service, and to be employed in transhall be the duty of the superintendent of the To enable the President to cause a site to be scribing field-notes of surveys for the purpose of mint to cause to be paid annually into the Treas. purchased and a suitable building to be erected for preserving them at the seat of Government, forty ury of the United States the profits of the mint, a penitentiary in each of the Territories of Utah thousand dollars. and to present a quarterly account of the expend and New Mexico, twenty thousand dollars: Pro
Light-House Establishment. itures of the mint to the Secretary of the Treas. vided, That the entire cost of the site and the completion of said buildings shall not exceed the sum
For supplying light-houses, containing three
thousand two hundred and seventy-two lamps, For specimens of ores and coins, to be reserved hereby appropriated.
with oil, lamp-glasses, wicks, buff-skin, polishing at the mint, three hundred dollars.
powder, whiting, and other cleaning materials; At Charlotte, North Carolina.
For salaries of the Chief Justice of the Supreme transportation, and other necessary expenses on For salaries of superintendent, coiner, assayer,
Court, and eight Associate Judges, forty-one thou the same; repairing and keeping in repair the lightand clerk, six thousand dollars. sand dollars.
ing apparatus; publishing necessary rules, regula. For wages of workmen, four thousand one hun
For salaries of the district judges, seventy thou tions, and instructions; notices ió mariners of dred dollars. sand seven hundred dollars.
changes of aids to navigation, and of lights, &c., For incidental and contingent expenses, includ
For salaries of the chief judge of the District of one hundred and eighty-two thousand three huning wastage of gold, fuel, materials, stationery, | Columbia, the assistant judges, and the judges of dred and thirty dollars and seventy-eight cents. and repairs, one thousand five hundred dollars.
the criminal court and the orphans' court, eleven For supplying forty-nine light-houses, to contonusard seven hundred dollars.
tain five hundred and sixty-one lamps, with oil, At Dahlonega, Georgia.
For salaries of the Auorney General, and the &c., &c., as above, authorized by acts of third of For salaries of superintendent, coiner, assayer, clerks and messengers in his office, ten thousand March, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one, and clerk, six thousand dollars. three hundred dollars.
and thirty-first August, one thousand eight hunFor wages of workmen, three thousand six For contingent expenses of the office of the At dred and fifty-two, thirty thousand four hundred hundred dollars. torney General, five hundred dollars.
and sixty dollars and thirty-four cents. For incidental and contingent expenses, includ For salary of the reporter of the Decisions of the For repairs and incidental expenses, refitting, ing wastage, in addition to other available funds, || Supreme Court, one thousand three hundred dol and improvements of three hundred and forty-nine one thousand four hundred dollars. lars.
light-houses, and buildings connected therewith, At New Orleans, Louisiana.
For compensation of the district attorneys, eight one hundred and ten thousand eight hundred and For salaries of superintendent, treasurer, asthousand eight hundred dollars.
fifty-seven dollars. sayer, coiner, melter, and refiner, and clerks, sev
For compensation of the marshals, seven thou For repairs and incidental 'expenses, refitting, enteen thousand three hundred dollars. sand four hundred dollars.
and improvements of forty-nine light-houses and For wages of workmen, thirty-five thousand
For defraying the expenses of the supreme, cir buildings connected therewith, provided for by acts seven hundred dollars.
cuit, and district courts of the United States, in of third of March, one thousand eight hundred For incidental and contingent expenses, includ- cluding the District of Columbia; also, for jurors and fifty-one, and thirty-first of August, one thouing fuel, materials, stationery, water rent, repairs,
and witnesses in aid of the funds arising from fines, sand eight hundred and fifty-two, twenty-four and wastage, in addition to other available funds, | penalties, and forfeitures, incurred in the fiscal
thousand eight hundred and fourteen dollars and sixty-eight thousand dollars. year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and
seventy-one cents. fifty-four, and previous years, and likewise for For salaries of three hundred and twenty-one Government in the Territories.
defraying the expenses of suits in which the Uni light-house keepers, and twenty-four assistants, TERRITORY OF OREGON.
ted States are concerned, and of prosecutions for and including one thousand two hundred dollars For salaries of governor, three judges, and sec offenses committed against the United States, and for salary of superintendent of supplies on the retary, ten thousand five hundred dollars. for the safe-keeping of prisoners, six hundred and upper lakes, one hundred and thirty-six thousand
For contingent expenses of said Territory, one seventy-two thousand nine hundred dollars. seven hundred and eighteen dollars and thirtythousand five hundred dollars.
That the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is three cents. For compensation and mileage of the members || hereby, directed to examine the claim presented For salaries of forty-nine keepers, and six as. of the Legislative Assembly, officers, clerks, and by the county of Lee, in the State of Iowa, for sistants, for the light-houses authorized by acts of contingent expenses of the Assembly, twenty the expenses of the United States district court, the third of March, one thousand eight hundred thousand dollars.
which were paid by said county prior to the ad and fifty-one, and thirty-first of August, one thou
mission of said State into the Union; and if, upon sand eight hundred and fifty-two, at the average For salaries of governor, superintendent of In
such examination, he is satisfied that prior to said legal rate per annum for each keeper, twenty-two dian affairs, three judges, and secretary, nine
time the said county has paid money which, in thousand dollars.
accordance with the instructions of the First thousand seven hundred dollars.
For salaries of forty-two keepers of light-vessels, For contingent expenses of said Territory, one
Comptroller of the Treasury, dated December | twenty-three thousand dollars. thousand dollars.
nineteen, eighteen hundred and forty-three, should For salaries of five keepers of light-vessels, auFor compensation and mileage of the members
have been paid by the marshal of the United States thorized by acts of the third of March, one thouof the Legislative Assembly, officers, clerks, and
for said Territory, he is directed to audit and allow sand eight' hundred and fifty-one, and thirty-first contingent expenses of the Assembly, lwenty thou
the same: Provided, That the amount thus allowed of August, one thousand eight hundred and fifty
shall not exceed the sum of fourteen thousand eand dollars.
two, three thousand one hundred and fifty dollars. four hundred dollars, which is hereby appropri For seamen's wages, repairs, and supplies for
ated for that purpose, out of any money in the forty-two light-vessels, one hundred and three For salaries of governor, superintendent of In- || Treasury.
thousand six hundred and sixty-four dollars and dian affairs, three judges, and secretary, nine thou To aid the directors of the Washington Infirm- fifty-two cents. sand seven hundred dollars.
ary to enlarge their accommodations for the ben for seamen's wages, supplies, and incidental For contingent expenses of said Territory, one efit of sick transient paupers, twenty thousand expenses for five light-vessels, authorized by acts thousand dollars. dollars.
of third of March, one thousand eight hundred
TERRITORY OF MINNESOTA.
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO.
32p Cong....20 Sess.
Laws of the United States. and fifty-one, and thirty-first of August, one thou. For contingent expenses under the act for the For annual repairs and office fixtures of the cussand eight hundred and fifty-two, thirty-three safe-keeping, collecting, transfer, and disburse-tom-houses of the United States, twenty-five thouthousand and four dollars and seventy-two cents. ment of the public revenue of sixth August, eigh- / sand dollars.
For expenses of weighing, cleaning, repairing, teen hundred and forty-six, sixteen thousand five For the construction of a custom-house at Normooring, and supplying losses of floating beacons hundred dollars: Provided, That no part of said folk, Virginia, thirty thousand dollars, which, in and buoys, chains, sinkers, &c., for light-vessels, sum of sixteen thousand five hundred dollars shall | addition to the sum heretofore prescribed as the fifty-nine thousand and fitty-seven dollars and be expended for clerical services.
whole amount to be expended for that purpose, hiri y-two cents.
For compensation to special agents to examine shall constitute the entire cost of the purchase of For expenses of weighing, cleaning, repairing, the books, accounts, and money on hand in the the site and the completion of the building. mooring, and supplying losses of two hundred several depositories, under the act of August sixth, To equalize the salary of the collector of Chiand forty-five dumb beacons and buoys, and their eighteen hundred and forty-six, five thousand dol cago, and to make it equal to that of Detroit, appendages, authorized by act of the thirty-first || lars.
twelve hundred and fifty dollars; and the salary of of August, one thousand eight hundred and fifty For the compensation of an additional appraiser the collector of Chicago be and the same is hereby cwo, iwelve thousand three hundred dollars. general, to be appointed by the President by and established at that sum annually. The salary of
For expenses of coloring, numbering, &c., all with the advice and consent of the Senate, and to the collector of Chicago shall be, from and after of the buoys and beacons provided for by the act be employed on the Pacific coast, six thousand the first of July, eighteen hundred and fifty-three, of the twenty-eighth of September, one thousand dollars.
twelve hundred and fifty dollars. eight hundred and fifty, twelve thousand dollars.
Survey of the Coast.
For completing and finishing the marine hospital For life-boats and other means of rendering as For survey of the coast of the United States, at Napoleon, Ark sas, four thousand dollars; sistance to wrecked mariners and others on the including compensation to superintendent and as and that the further time of one year be allowed coast of the United States, ten thousand dollars. sistants, (and excluding pay and emoluments of for the expenditure of the money heretofore appro
For expenses of visiting and reporting the con othicers of the army and navy, and petty officers priated to the marine hospital at Vicksburg, Misdition of lights and other aids to navigation, two and men of the navy, employed on the work,) sissippi. thousand dollars.
one hundred and eighty-six thousand dollars. For annual repairs and office fixtures of the For commissions, at two and a half per centum, For continuing the survey of the western coast custom-houses of the United States, twenty-five to such superintendents as are entitled to the same of the United States, (excluding the pay and emol thousand dollars. under the proviso to the act of March third, one uments of the officers of the army and navy, and For the completion of the marine hospital at thousand eight hundred and fifty-one, entitled | petty officers and men of the navy, employed on Evansville, Indiana, twenty thousand dollars. “An act making appropriations for the civil and the work,) one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. For the marine hospital at Natchez, four thou• diplomatic expenses of Government for the year For continuing the survey of the Florida reefs sand dollars.
ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and fifty- and keys, (excluding the pay and emoluments of For continuing the construction of the marine two, and for other purposes," on the amount the officers of the army and navy, and petty offi- || hospital at St. Louis, Missouri, twenty thousand that may be disbursed by them, eight thousand cers and men of the navy, employed on the work,) | dollars. dollars. thirty thousand dollars.
For salary of a clerk for the trengurer of the
Intercourse with Foreign Nations. Coasts of California and Oregon:
For continuing the survey of the northern and For salaries and outfits of ministers of the United For oil and other supplies, cleaning materials
northwestern lakes, including Lake Superior, fifty States to Great Britain, France, Russia, Prussia, of all kinds, transportation of supplies, keeping thousand dollars: Provided, That a survey of so
Spain, Brazil, Mexico, Peru, and Chili, one hunmuch of the communication between Lake Huron lamps and machinery in good repair, and the tow
dred and sixty-two thousand dollars. ers and buildings in a proper state of
and the Sault Ste. Marie as may be necessary to preservation,
For salary and outfit of a minister to Central superintendence, and inspection of thirteen lights,
ascertain what part thereof requires to be deepened America, to be accredited to such one or more of replacing, cleaning, painting, and preserving all
shall be made without delay, and plans and esti the Goverrments included in that name as the the búoys in the waters of California and Oregon,
mates of the nature and expense of the work shall President of the United States may designate, and all incidental expenses connected with the be laid before Congress at its next session.
lighteen thousand dollars. aids to navigation on these coasts, twenty-nine
For printing and distributing charts of lake sur For salaries of secretaries of legation to the thousand and thirty-five dollars. veys, fifteen hundred dollars.
same places, twenty thousand dollars. For salaries of thirteen keepers and eleven as
For salary of the minister resident to Turkey, sistants, at an average not exceeding six hundred
For continuing the construction of the custom six thousand dollars. dollars per annum, fourteen thousand four hun
house at Charleston, South Carolina, one hundred For salary of the dragoman to the legation to dred dollars. thousand dollars.
Turkey, two thousand five hundred dollars. Light-Houses.
For continuing the construction of the custom For salaries and outfits of chargés des affaires
house at New Orleans, Louisiana, three hundred or ministers resident to Portugal, Austria, DenFor rebuilding light-house on Chandeleur Isl. and, Louisiana, destroyed in August, eighteen
and twenty-four thousand dollars; subject to the mark, Sweden, Holland, Belgium, Naples, Sarhundred and fifty-two, fifteen thousand dollars.
limitations and restrictions imposed on the appro- dinia, the Papal States, New Granada, Venezuela,
priation made for the same object at the second Buenos Ayres, Bolivia, Guatemala, Ecuador, For restoring the light-house buildings, seawalls, &c., which were injured or destroyed during
session of the last Congress, as respects the plan Switzerland, and Nicaragua, one hundred and the late gales on the southern coast, twenty-five after which the building is to be erected.
fifty-three thousand dollars: Provided, That the thousand dollars.
To complete the custom-house at Bath, Maine, ministers resident herein authorized shall not re
twelve thousand dollars. For fitting Cape Hatteras light with first order
ceive more compensation than is now allowed to of illuminating apparatus and lantern, and eleva
To complete the foundation of the custom-house a chargé d'affaires.
in Bangor, and to connect the same with the shore, ting the light, fifteen thousand dollars.
For salary of clerk to the United States legation fifteen thousand dollars.
at London, eight hundred dollars. For removing the iron light-house tower, at the junction of southwest and northeast passes of the
For continuing the construction of the custom For the payment of Theodore S. Fay, of the
house at St. Louis, one hundred and fifteen thou difference between the salary of a secretary of leMississippi to Pass a l'Outre, and substituting a
sand dollars. small beacon light in its stead, six thousand dol
gation and a chargé d'affaires, during the time, on
For proceeding with the construction of the cus several different occasions, he discharged the dulars.
tom-house at Louisville, Kentucky, eighty-seventies of the latter office at Prussia, four thousand Independent Treasury.
thousand seven hundred and forty-five dollars. and thirty-four dollars and seventy-three and :wo For salaries of the assistant treasurers of the For the completion of the custom-house at Cin ninth cents, the same to be in lieu of all former United States at New York, Boston, Charleston, cinnati, eighty-seven thousand seven hundred and appropriation; and also, if received, in full for all and St. Louis, eleven thousand five hundred dol- || forty-five dollars.
diplomatic services rendered in that capacity. lars.
For the purchase of land additional to the pres For compensation of Edward Kent, forone quarFor additional salaries of the treasurer of the ent custom-house lot at Providence, Rhode Island, ter's salary as chargé d'affaires at the legation at mint at Philadelpbia, of one thousand dollars, and sixteen thousand dollars; and for the erection of Rio de Janeiro, during the absence of the minisof the treasurer of the branch mint at New Or a new custom-house at said port, which shall be ter, and under the instructions of the Department leans, of five hundred dollars, one thousand five so constructed and arranged as to furnish a suit of State, one thousand one hundred and twentyhundred dollars.
able room for the United States Circuit and Dis. five dollars. For salary of the treasurer of the branch mint trict Courts, with the necessary offices for District To reimburse David Tod, late minister of the at San Francisco, four thousand five hundred dol- || Judge, Clerk, Marshal, &c., thirty-four thousand United States at Brazil, a sum of money advanced lars.
dollars: Provided, That the entire cost of such ad. || by him to William E. Anderson, who was sent For salaries of ten additional clerks, authorized ditional site and building shall in no event exceed' by the minister from Rio de Janeiro to the United by the acts of August sixth, eighteen hundred and the sum hereby appropriated.
States in the spring of eighteen hundred and fiftyforty-six, August twelfth, eighteen hundred and For the construction of a custom-house at Wil one as a witness against two persons engaged in forty-eight, March third, eighteen hundred and mington, Delaware, in addition to the sum appro the slave trade, seventy-five dollars. fifty-one, and thirty-first of August, eighteen hun priated by the act of thirty-first August, eighteen For payment of Buckingham Smith, late secredred and fifty-two, ten thousand eight hundred hundred and fifty-two, three thousand five hun- tary of legation in Mexico, the difference between dollars. dred dollars.
his salary as secretary of legation and that of For salary of chief clerk to the assistant treas It is hereby provided that the limitations upon chargé d'affaires from ihe twenty-sixth of July, urer at New York, one thousand six hundred dol the cost of the site and building of the custom eighteen hundred and fifty-one, to the eighth of lars.
house in Richmond, Virginia, imposed by the act October following, during which period he dis
of the thirty-first of August, one thousand eight charged the duties of chargé d'affaires in Mexico, at San Francisco,
hundred and fifty-two, are hereby removed and in the absence of the minister of the United States, thousand five hundred dollars.
|| who had returned home on leave, one thousand
seven hundred and fifty-six dollars and ninety-five General Land Office, the sum of fifteen thousand For sectioning one hundred townships, equal to cents; the same, if he received, to be in full for all ' dollars.
six thousand miles of surveying, in California, at charges during the period aforesaid.
For correcting defective and fraudulent surveys a rate not exceeding twelve dollars per mile, seyFor contingent expenses of all the missions in the upper peninsula of Michigan, including the enty-two thousand dollars. abroad, forty thousand dollars.
expenses of a field inspector of surveys, five thouFor contingent expenses of foreign intercourse, sand dollars.
Public Buildings. forty thousand dollars.
To defray the expenses of examining and cor For compensation of the Commissioner of PubFor expenses of intercourse with the Barbary | recting old, imperfect, and defective surveys in the || lic Buildings, two thousand dollars. Powers, nine thousand dollars.
northern part of the lower peninsula of Michigan, For compensation of the clerk in the office of For salary of the consul at London, two thou three thousand dollars.
Commissioner of Public Buildings, one thousand sand dollars.
For the survey of township and section lines dollars. For salary of the commissioner to the Sandwich I in Wisconsin, at a rate not exceeding five dollars For the extension of the United States Capitol, Islands, five thousand dollars. per mile, twenty-five thousand dollars.
six hundred thousand dollars. For interpreters, guards, and other expenses of For the survey of standard, correction, town For compensation, in part, of the messenger in the consulates at Constantinople, Smyrna, Candia, ship, and section lines in Minnesota, in conform- || charge of the main furnace in the Capitol, three and Alexandria, two thousand dollars.
ity with the instructions recently issued by the hundred and fifty dollars. For office rent of the consul at Basle, in Swit-1 Commissioner of the General Land Office for sim For compensation of the laborer in charge of the zerland, one hundred dollars.
ilar surveys in Oregon, at a rate not exceeding water-closets in the Capitol, three hundred and For salary and outfit of a commissioner to re five dollars per mile, forty-five thousand dollars. sixty-five dollars. side in China, including the additional compensa For correcting erroneous and defective lines of For compensation of the public gardener, one tion under the act to carry into effect certain pro public and private surveys in Illinois and Missouri, thousand two hundred dollars; and the managevisions in the treaties between the United States at a rate not exceeding six dollars per mile, includ ment of the grounds attached to the Capitol, and and China and the Ottoman Porte, eighteen thou- ing office work, two thousand five hundred dollars. surrounding the Executive Mansion, shall be unsand dollars.
For compensation of surveyors and other agents der his control, subject only to the supervision and For salary of the interpreter, and secretary to required in Minois, Missouri, Florida, and Arkan control of the Secretary of the Interior. said mission, two thousand five hundred dollars. sas, to carry into effect the act of twenty-eighth For compensation of sixteen laborers employed
For compensation to the consuls at the five September, eighteen hundred and fifty, granting in the public grounds and President's garden, at ports in China, viz: Kwang Chow, Amoy, Fu-, swamp lands, fourteen thousand dollars.
the rate of forty dollars per month each, seven chow, Ning Po, and Shanghai, five thousand dol. For detached and unfinished surveys and resur thousand six hundred and eighty dollars. lars.
veys in Arkansas, at a rate not exceeding six dol To supply a deficiency for the purchase of trees For salary of the consul general at Alexandria, | lars per mile, fifteen thousand two hundred and and the hire of laborers on the improvements of five thousand dollars. thirty dollars.
reservation number two, or public mall, between For the relief and protection of American sea For correction of erroneous and defective sur Seventh and Twelfth streets west, five thousand men in foreign countries, one hundred and twenty veys in Arkansas, at a rate not exceeding four two hundred and seventy-six dollars and fifty-two five thousand dollars.
dollars per mile, six thousand two hundred and cents. For clerk hire, office rent, and other expenses eighty-six dollars.
For compensation of the keeper of the western of the office of the consul of the United States at For surveying in Louisiana at augmented rates, gate of the Capitol square, seven hundred and London, two thousand eight hundred dollars. including salary and expenses of surveyor, to thirty dollars.
For salary of the consul at Beirout, five hun locate private land claims, nine thousand one hun For compensation of two day watchmen, emdred dollars. | dred and forty-two dollars.
ployed in the Capitol square, at five hundred dolFor the survey of private land claims in Flor lars each, one thousand. Public Lands.
ida, under the act of twenty-eighth of June, eigh For compensation of the doorkeeper at the PresiFor compensation for secretary to sign patents teen hundred and forty-eight, including the work dent's House, at five hundred dollars, and of asfor public lands, one thousand five hundred dol now under contract, ten thousand dollars.
sistant doorkeeper at the same, at three hundred
For completing certain surveys in Florida, at a and sixty-five dollars per annum, eight hundred For salary of the recorder of land titles in Mis rate not exceeding six dollars per mile, in conse and sixty-five dollars. souri, five hundred dollars.
quence of the peculiar difficulties attending the exe For compensation of two night watchmen at For salaries and commissions of registers of cution of the same, on account of swamps, lakes, the President's House, one thousand dollars. land offices and receivers of public moneys, one marshes, &c., and for scrap work, ten thousand For a bridge across the Potomac at Little Falls, hundred and forty-one thousand seven hundred dollars.
to be expended under the direction of the President dollars: Provided, That whenever the amount re For continuing the survey of the keys on the of the United States, thirty thousand dollars. ceived at any United States land office, under the Florida coast, under the act of twenty-eighth of To be expended under the direction of the Presithird section of an act entitled "An act to make June, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, twenty dent of the United States for the purpose of bringland warrants assignable, and for other purposes,” | thousand dollars.
ing water into the city of Washington, upon such approved March twenty-second, eighteen hundred For surveying standard, parallel, township, and plans and from such' places as he may approve, and fifty-two, has exceeded or shall exceed the 11 section lines in Oregon, at a rate not exceeding | one hundred thousand dollars: Provided, That if amount which the registers and receivers at any twelve dollars per mile, nearly equal to six thou the plan adopted by the President of the United such office are entitled to receive under said third sand four hundred miles, seventy-six thousand States should require water to be drawn from any section, the surplus which shall remain, after pay four hundred dollars.
source within the limits of Maryland, the assent ing the amount so due as aforesaid to said regis For extending the principal meridian line in of the Legislature of that State should first be ters and receivers, shall be paid into the Treasury Oregon, a distance of one hundred and sixty miles, obtained. of the United States as other public moneys: And four thousand dollars.
For compensation of two draw keepers and a provided further, That the President be, and he is · For rent of surveyor general's office in Oregon, watchman at the Potomac bridge, and for fueland hereby, authorized to change the location of the fuel, books, stationery, and other incidental ex oil for lamps, one thousand eight hundred dollars; several land offices, and to establish the same from penses, including pay of messenger, &c., two and for repairing the Long Bridge across the Polotime to time, at such other place in the district thousand two hundred and fifty dollars.
mac river, twenty thousand dollars. as he may deem expedient.
To defray the expenses incurred of a geological For compensation of two drawkeepers at the For expenses of depositing public moneys by reconnoissance in Oregon, undertaken in the year two bridges across the Eastern Branch of the Poreceivers of public moneys, twenty-five thousand one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one, under tomac, and for fuel and oil for lamps, one thouseven hundred and eighty dollars.
instructions from the Department of the Interior, sand dollars. For incidental expenses of the several land and intrusted to Dr. J. Evans, eleven thousand For compensation of auxiliary guard, and for offices, thirty-seven thousand and forty dollars. li nine hundred and eighty-four dollars and twenty fuel and oil for lamps, sixteen thousand four hunfive cents.
dred dollars; and each of the auxiliary guard shall Surveys of the Public Lands.
For completing the geological reconnoissance in hereafter receive the same annual compensation, For surveying the public lands, including inci- Oregon, five thousand dollars.
to wit: five hundred dollars per annum. dental expenses and special surveys, demanding i For rent of surveyor general's office in Califor- || For the support, care, and medical treatment, augmented rates, to be applied and apportioned to nia, purchase of instruments, records, drawing in the Washington Infirmary, of twelve transient the several districts according to the exigencies of materials, furniture, fuel, pay of messengers, &c., paupers, medical and surgical patients, two thouthe public service, (the part to be applied to the eleven thousand four hundred dollars.
sand dollars. resurveys required by the location and survey of For continuing the survey of the islands on the For the purchase of manure for the public private claims in Florida to be disbursed at a rate coast of California, under the act of the thirty-first grounds, one thousand dollars. not exceeding five dollars per mile,) in addition of August, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, thirty For cart hire on the public grounds, one thouto the unexpended balances of former appropria- thousand dollars.
sand dollars. tions, one hundred and fifteen thousand dollars. ! For surveying standard lines in California, me For the purchase and repair of tools upon the
For resurveys and examinations of the surveys andering and surveying irregular and river lots, public grounds, five hundred dollars. of the public lands in those States where the offices &c., amounting to two thousand miles, at a rate For the purchase of trees and tree-boxes to reof the surveyors general have been or shall be not exceeding fifteen dollars per mile, thirty thou. place, when necessary, such as have been planted closed, under the acts of twelfth of June, one thou sand dollars.
by the United States, and for repairs of pavements sand eight hundred and forty, and twenty-third of For subdividing into townships, equal to one in front of the public grounds, iwo thousand three January, one thousand eight hundred and fifty- thousand two hundred miles of surveying, at a rate | hundred dollars: Provided, That no more alanthus three, including two thousand dollars for the salary, not exceeding fourteen dollars per mile, in Cali- | trees be purchased or planted. of the clerk detailed on this special service in the fornia, sixteen thousand eight hundred dollars. For annual repairs of the Capitol, water-closets,
public stables, water pipes, pavements, and other For expenses of loans and treasury notes, twen
Mexican Boundary Commission. walks within and around the Capitol square, paint- ty thousand dollars.
For completing the survey of the Rio Grande, ing the interior of all the committee-rooms, clean For pensions to widows and orphans under the and for office work for one year, eighty-three ing out and paving the vaults under the crypt, act entitled “An act to continue half pay to cer thousand five hundred and twelve dollars. extending gas-pipes through the vaults, cleaning tain widows and orphans," approved February For arrears due Major William H. Emory's and white-washing the ceiling of the rotundo, re third, eighteen hundred and fifty-three, one hun- | party, twenty thousand dollars. placing broken glass, locks, &c., six thousand dred and seventy-four thousand dollars.
For expenses attending Lieutenant Whipple's eight hundred dollars.
For the discharge of such miscellaneous claims, | party from the Gila, six thousand dollars. For annual repairs of the President's House, | not otherwise provided for, as shall be admitted For pay of commissioner and secretary, and for furniture, improvement of grounds, painting and in due course of settlement of the Treasury, five personal and traveling expenses of the commis-repairing roof; cleaning, painting, and white-wash thousand dollars: Provided, That no part of the sioner, nine thousand five hundred dollars. ing inside of the house; extending east wing of appropriation shall be drawn from the Treasury And that the period limited for the appointment offices for carriage-house, blinds for the west front excepi in pursuance of some law or resolution of of commissioner, surveyor, and chief astronomer, of the house, flooring large room in basement, Congress authorizing the expenditure.
by the act of May fifteenth, eighteen hundred and purchasing trees and plants for garden, and for To enable the Clerk of the House of Repre- | fifty, shall be, and the same is hereby, extended making hot-beds therein, wire fence, &c., six sentatives to furnish, pay for, and deliver the same to the first of April, eighteen hundred and fiftythousand two hundred and fifty dollars.
books to the Delegates from Oregon, New Mex- | four. For refurnishing the President's house, to be ico, and Utah, for the Thirty-second Congress, as For carrying into effect the provisions of this expended under the direction of the President, in per resolution of the said House, passed twenty act establishing an assay oflice in the city of New addition to the proceeds of the sale of such of the sixth July, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, two York, in addition to the charges therein authorized furniture and equipage of the said house as may thousand seven hundred dollars.
to be received, one hundred thousand dollars is be decayed, out of repair, or unfit for use, the To pay to J. T. Mudd for services in the office hereby appropriated, out of any money in the sum of iwenty-five thousand dollars.
of Commissioner of Public Buildings, from the Treasury not otherwise appropriated; and that For painting the exterior of the President's day of the death of the late Commissioner to the there be paid to James B. Smallwood and Martin house below the cornice, one thousand and fifty appointment of the present incumbent, sixty-five La Truite, boys attending upon the mail wagons dollars. dollars.
of the Senate, the sum of one hundred and fortyFor heating and ventilating the Executive man For compensation of the warden, clerk, physi- six dollars each, being twenty per cent. in addition sion, painting the exterior thereof, and painting cian, chaplain, two assistant keepers, four guards, to their pay for the year ending the thirtieth of the walls, ceilings, &c., of the rooms on the first and porter, of the penitentiary of the District of June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three. floor, and making other improvements and repairs, Columbia, seven thousand three hundred and fifty Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the saland for the purchase of books for the President's dollars.
ary of the Superintendent of the Coast Survey library, twenty-nine thousand five hundred dollars. For compensation of three inspectors of said shall be six thousand dollars per annum; and it For erecting lamp posts and lamps on both sides penitentiary, three hundred dollars.
shall be the duty of the Secretary of the Treasury of Pennsylvania avenue, from Seventeenth street For the support and maintenance of said peni- | annually to report to Congress, during the first to Georgetown, and from the Capitol to the Navy tentiary, one thousand two hundred and forty month of each regular session, the number and Yard, three thousand seven hundred dollars. dollars.
names of the persons employed during the last For completing the grading and paving the car For the support, clothing, and medical treat- | preceding fiscal year upon the coast survey and riage-way of Pennsylvania avenue, from Seven ment of insane paupers of the District of Columbia, business connected therewith; the amount of comteenth street to Rock creek, and for setting the at such places as the Secretary of the Interior pensation of every kind respectively paid them, curbstone and paving the footway six feet wide on may, in his discretion, deem proper, ten thousand for what purpose, and the length of time emeach side of said arenue, in addition to the sum dollars.
ployed; and further, to report a full statement of heretofore appropriated for that object, fourteen For the purchase of two hundred and fifty copies all other expenditures made under the direction of thousand seven hundred dollars: Provided, That of the Statutes at Large of the United States, and the Superintendent of the Coast Survey. the sum required for paving said footway shall not of the Synoptical Index thereto, at the contract Sec. 3. And be il further enacted, That from and be expended unless the owners of property op- price paid by Congress, to be distributed, under after the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and posite thereto be required, under the direction of the direction of the Department of State, among fifty-three, the clerks in the Departments of the ihe authorities of the city of Washington, to pave
the several consulates and commercial agents, Treasury, War, Navy, the Interior, and the Post at least ten feet in width of the space allotted for a eight thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars. Office, shall be arranged into four classes, of sidewalk, in continuation and adjoining the same. For the collection of agricultural statistics, and which class number one shall receive an annual
For inclosing with an iron fence and otherwise purchase of seeds, to be paid out of the patent salary of nine hundred dollars each, class number improving the triangular space on the north side fund, five thousand dollars.
two an annual salary of one thousand two hundred of Pennsylvania avenue, opposite the market For salaries of nine supervising and fifty local dollars each, class number three an annual salary house, and between Seventh and Eighth streets, ! inspectors, appointed under the act approved of one thousand five hundred dollars each, and four thousand five hundred dollars.
August thirtieth, one thousand eight hundred and class number four an annual salary of one thouFor a deficiency for surveying, leveling, and fifty-two, for the better protection of the lives of sand eight hundred dollars each. measuring the triangular square on the north side passengers by steamboats, with traveling and In the office of the Secretary of the Treasury, of Pennsylvania avenue, between Thirteenth and other expenses incurred by them, seventy thou four of class one, six of class two, six of class Fourteenth streets, forty-two dollars. sand dollars.
three, and five of class four. For supplying a deficiency in the appropriation
For paper required for the printing of Congress In the office of the Solicitor, one of class one, made March third, eighteen hundred and forty- for the first session of the Thirty-third Congress, two of class two, three of class three, and one of nine, for completing the room under the Senate one hundred and four thousand and sixty-four class four. post office, four hundred and fifty-one dollars and dollars.
In the office of the First Comptroller, two of class thirty-one cents.
For paper required for the printing of the exec one, five of class two, and seven of class three. For lighting the Capitol and President's house, 'utive departments, ten thousand three hundred In the office of the Second Comptroller, three the public grounds around them and around the dollars,
of class one, four of class two, and seven of class executive offices, and Pennsylvania avenue, twen For the printing of the Senate for the first ses three. ty-two thousand dollars.
sion of the Thirty-third Congress, thirty-seven In the office of the First Auditor, three of class Towards the erection of the west wing of the thousand four hundred and sixty-three dollars. one, six of class two, and nine of class three. Patent Office building, two hundred thousand dol For the printing of the House of Representa In the office of the Second Auditor, two of lars.
tives for the first session of the Thirty-third Con class one, six of class two, and eleven of class For completing the repairs of the two bridges gress, fifty-six thousand one hundred and ninety three. across the Eastern Branch, four thousand dollars. four dollars.
In the office of the Third Auditor, three of class
one, forty-one of class two, and eight of class including for paper and printing the annual esti three. For salaries and incidental expenses of the com mates, and for paper, printing, binding the Bien In the office of the Fourth Auditor, one of class mission appointed under the act of March third, nial Register, and the annual report of the Secre one, four of class two, and nine of class three. eighteen hundred and fifty-one, for settling land tary of the Treasury on commerce and navigation, In the office of the Fifth Auditor, two of class claims in California, seventy-five thousand dollars; ! twenty-two thousand two hundred and eighty-nine one, three of class two, and two of class three. and that the proviso to the appropriation for this dollars and four cents,
In the office of the Auditor of the Treasury for object contained in the act approved thirty-first For compensation to the Superintendent of the Post Office Department, twenty of class one, of August, one thousand eighi hundred and fifty- Public Printing, and the two clerks and messen fifty of class two, twenty-six of class three, and two, shall not be so construed as to reduce the sal ger in his office, six thousand five hundred and five of class four. ary of the secretary of said commission as fixed ninety-five dollars.
In the office of the Register, five of class one, by the second section of the above-recited act: For blank books, advertising for proposals for eighteen of class two, and four of class three. And provided further, That out of said sum herein paper, postage, &c., one thousand one hundred In the office of the Commissioner of Customs, appropriated there shall be paid to each commis- and two dollars.
three of class one, four of class two, and three of sioner appointed under the act of the third of For compensation of the librarian of the Palent class three. March, one thousand eight hundred and ofty-one, Office, to be paid out of the patent fund, one thou In the office of the Treasurer, two of class one, the sum of eight thousand dollars, in
five of class two, and five of class three. compensation heretofore allowed.
For the purchase of books for the library of the And in the office of the Light-House Board För annuities and grants, seven
Patent Office, to be paid out of the patent fund, one of class one, one of class two, and two of class fifty dollars. one thousand five hundred dollars.