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No. 46. For compensation of the secretary of the Navy Secretary. Board, two thousand dollars.

No. 47. For compensation of clerks, draughtsman, and mes- Clerks, &c. senger, in the office of said Board, eight thousand four hundred and fifty dollars.

For this sum to pay arrearages for clerks salary heretofore Arrearages. appropriated, (the same having been carried to the surplus fund in the year eighteen hundred and thirty-five,) six hundred and eighteen dollars and thirty-three cents.

POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT.

Post Office Department.

Postmaster Go neral,

Assistant Postmasters General.

Clerks and mes sengers.

Watchmen.

No. 48. For salary of Postmaster General, six thousand dollars.

No. 49. For salary of three . Assistant Postmasters General, seven thousand five hundred dollars.

No. 50. For compensation of clerks and messengers in said office, forty-eight thousand six hundred dollars.

No. 51. For compensation of two watchmen at three hundred dollars each, six hundred dollars.

No. 52. For salary of Auditor for Post Office Department, Auditor. three thousand dollars. No. 53. For compensation of clerks and messengers in said

Clerks, &c. office, fifty-five thousand five hundred dollars.

No. 54. For repairs of the building lately occupied by the Repairs of the Post Office Department, under an agreement entered into be- bupiling lately oetween Amos Kendah, Postmaster General, and B. Ogle Tayloe, the proprietor of said building, on the sixteenth day of December, eighteen hundred and thirty six, to put the same in a good and tenantable condition, two thousand five hundred and seventy-two dollars and eighty-five cents.

SURVEYORS AND THEIR CLERKS.

Surveyors their clerks

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No. 55. For salary of surveyor general northwest of the N. W.of the Ohia Ohio, two thousand dollars.

No. 56. For compensation of clerks in his office, per act of ninth May, eigheen hundred and thirty-six, six thousand three hundred dollars.

No. 57. For salary of surveyor general in Illinois and Mis- Illinois and M souri, two thousand dollars.

No. 58. For compensation of clerks in his office, per act of ninth May, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, three thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars.

No. 59. For salary of surveyor general of Arkansas, one thousand five hundred dollars.

No. 60. For compensation of clerks in his office, per act of ninth May, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, two thousand eight hundred dollars.

No. 61. For salary of surveyor General of Louisiana, two thousand dollars.

Arkansas

Louisiana

Alabama.

Florida.

Wiskonsan and lowa.

fand patents.

No. 62. For compensation of clerks in his office, per act of ninth May, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, two thousand fivea hundred dollars.

No. 63. For the salary of the surveyor general of Missisk» Mississippi.

sippi, two thousand dollars.

No. 64. For compensation of clerks in his office, per act of ninth May, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, five thousand dol-13 lars.

No. 65. For the salary of the surveyor general of Alabama, is two thousand dollars.

No. 66. For compensation of clerks in his office, per act of ninth May, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, two thousand dollars.

No. 67. For salary of surveyor general of Florida, two thousand dollars.

No. 68. For compensation of clerks in his office, per act of 3 ninth May, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, one thousand dollars.

No. 69. For salary of surveyor general of Wiskonsan and Iowa, per act of twelfth June, eighteen hundred and thirty-! eight, one thousand five hundred dollars,

No. 70. For compensation of clerks in his office, per act of twelfth June, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, one thousand six hundred dollars.

No. 71. For salary of Secretary to sign .patents for public Secretary to sign

lands, one thousand five hundred dollars.

No. 72. For salary of Commissioner of Public Buildings Public buildings. in Washington city, three thousand dollars.

Assistants, Po No. 73. For compensation of two assistants to the Commiskoinac bridge, &c. sioner, as-superintendent of the Potomac bridge, at one dollar"

and fifty cents per day, including oil for lamps, fuel, repairs," and for securing and delivering to the drawkeeper at the Potomac bridge the draws, timber, iron, &c., carried away by the ice freshet, one thousand six hundred and fifty dollars.

No. 74. For completing the requisite offices, fuel; vaults, Treasury building.

water-closets, erecting the portico of the western wing, the colonnade, courts, pavements, and enclosures, including the amount due for lumber and materials for the Treasury building, fortyi thousand three hundred and seventy-five dollars.

No. 75. For completing the work yet to be done, and to pay for labor and materials due, at the General Post Office building," seventy-four thousand three hundred and seventy-five dollars.

No. 76. For erecting privies, grading and paving courts, at the new jail, and erecting suitable furnaces for heating the building, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one dollars.

No. 77. For pay of John Joyce, account allowed him by the paid $133 87. board of commissioners under resolution of Congress, one hun.is

dred and thirty-three dollars and eighty-seven and a half cents!

No. 78. For enclosing Patent Office and grounds with wood Office, &c. pale fence, clearing grounds, planting trees, preparing and fix.

ing window shutters, two thousand dollars.

Commissioner of

General Post Of fice building.

New Jail.

J. Joyce to be

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UNITED STATES MINT AND BRANCHES.

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Branch at Char lotte.

- No. 79. For salary of the director of the mint at Philadel-
phia, three thousand five hundred dollars.

No. 80. For compensation of the treasurer in said office, two
thousand dollars.

Officers, &e. No. 81. For compensation of chief coiner in said office, two thousand dollars.

No. 82. For compensation of the assayer in said office, two thousand dollars.

No. 83. For compensation of melter and refiner in said office, two thousand dollars.

No. 84. For compensation of engraver in said office, two thousand dollars.

No. 85. For compensation of the assistant assayer, one thousand three hundred dollars.

No. 86. For compensation of one clerk at one thousand two 1, hundred dollars, two at one thousand one hundred dollars, and one at one thousand dollars, four thousand four hundred dol

No. 87. For compensation to workmen in said office, twentyfour thousand dollars.

No. 88. For specimens of ores and coins to be reserved at the mint, two hundred dollars.

No. 89. For salary of the superintendent of the branch mint at Charlotte, North Carolina, two thousand dollars.

No. 90. For compensation of assayer in said office, one thousand five hundred dollars.

Officers, &c. No. 91. For compensation of coiner in said office, one thousand five hundred dollars.

No. 92. For compensation of one clerk, one thousand dollars.

No. 93. For compensation to workmen, three thousand five hundred dollars.

No. 94. For compensation of the superintendent of the - branch mint at Dahlonega, Georgia, two thousand dollars.

No. 95. For compensation of the assayer, one thousand five officers, &c. hundred dollars.

No. 96. For compensation of the coiner, one thousand five hundred dollars.

No. 97. For compensation of one clerk, one thousand dollars.

No. 98. For compensation of workmen, two thousand eight
1, hundred and eighty dollars.

No. 99. For compensation of the superintendent of the
branch mint at New Orleans, two thousand five hundred dollars. Orleans.

No. 100. For compensation of the Treasurer, two thousand
dollars.

No. 101. For compensation of the coiner, two thousand dol- Officers, &c. lars.

No. 102. For compensation of the assayer, two thousand dollars.

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No. 103. For compensation of the melter and refiner, two thousand dollars.

No. 104. For compensation of two clerks, at twelve hundred dollars each, two thousand four hundred dollars.

No. 105. For compensation of workmen, two thousand dollars.

No. 106. For rebuilding flues of melting department, one thousand five hundred dollars.

No. 107. For iron rods for strengthening north and south wings of the mint, one thousand dollars.

skonsan.

WISKONSAN TERRITORY.

Governor.

No. 108. For the salary of the Governor of Wiskonsan Territory, as Governor, one thousand five hundred dollars; as superintendent of Indian affairs, one thousand dollars; being in all two thousand five hundred dollars.

No. 109. For compensation of three judges, at one thousand Judges. eight hundred dollars each, five thousand four hundred dollars.

No. 110. For compensation of secretary, one thousand two Secretary

hundred dollars. Contingent ex No. 111. For contingent expenses of the Territory, three

hundred and fifty dollars. Legislative As

No. 112. For compensation and mileage of the members of sembly, &c.

the Legislative Assembly, pay of officers, printing, stationery, fuel, lights, enclosing the Capitol square, and all other incidental and miscellaneous objects, twenty thousand dollars.

penses.

Iowa.

IOWA TERRITORY.

Governor

Judges.

penses,

No. 113. For salary of Governor of Iowa Territory, as Governor, one thousand five hundred dollars; as superintendent of Indian affairs, one thousand dollars; being in all two thousand five hundred dollars.

No. 114. For compensation of three judges, at one thousand

eight hundred dollars each, five thousand four hundred dollars. Secretary

No. 115. For compensation of secretary, one thousand two

hundred dollars. Contingent ex

No. 116. For contingent expenses of the Territory, three

hundred and fifty dollars. Legislative As

No. 117. For compensation and mileage of the members of the Legislative Assembly, pay of officers, printing, stationery, fuel, postage, lights, furniture, rent, and all other incidental and

'miscellaneous objects, twenty thousand one hundred and Arrearages,

seventy-five dollars. And for the arrearages of expenses for the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Iowa, for the present and previous years, the accounts for which shall first be audited and allowed by the proper accounting officers of the Treasury,

thirteen thousand four hundred and twenty-one dollars : ProProviso relative vided, That no part of this appropriation shall be used for the of the samlication payment of the members of the said Legislative Assembly for

per diem wages, mileage, or extra services, or for stationery for

sembly.

their individual use, nor for assyr other purpose not authorized by the act of Congress establishing the l'erritory of Iowa: And

Further proviso, provided, further, That the Legislative Assembly of no Terri- limiting Legisla tory shall, hereafter, in any instance, or under any pretext what the appropriations ever, exceed the amount appropriated by Congress for its annual expenses.

FLORIDA TERRITORY.

Florida.

Goveror.

Judges.

No. 118. For salary of the Governor, two thousand five hundred dollars.

No. 119. For compensation of four judges, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each, and one at two thousand three hundred dollars, nine thousand five hundred dollars.

No. 120. For compensation of secretary, one thousand five Secretary. hundred dollars.

No. 121. For contingent expenses of the Territory, three Contingent ex hundred and fifty dollars.

No. 122. For compensation and mileage of the members of Legislative Counthe Legislative Council, pay of officers, stationery, fuel, printing, rent, furniture, and all other incidental and contingent objects, twenty-seven thousand one hundred and twenty-five dollars.

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No. 123. For the salary of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Chief Justice. Court, five thousand dollars.

No. 124. For the salaries of eight associate judges, at four Associate Judges. thousand five hundred dollars, thirty-six thousand dollars.

No. 125. For the salary of the district judge, of Maine, one District Judges. thousand eight hundred dollars.

No. 126. For the salary of the district judgé, of New Hampshire, one thousand dollars.

No. 127. For the salary of the district judge, Massachusetts, two thousand five hundred dollars.

No. 128. For the salary of the district judge, Vermont, one thousand two hundred dollars.

No. 129. For the salary of the district judge, Rhode Island, one thousand five hundred dollars.

No. 130. For the salary of the district judge, Connecticut, one thousand five hundred dollars.

No. 131. For the salary of the district judge, New York, northern district, two thousand dollars.

No. 132. For the salary of the district judge, New York, southern district, three thousand five hundred dollars.

No. 133. For the salary of the district judge, New Jersey, one thousand five hundred dollars.

No. 134. For the salary of the district judge, Pennsylvania, eastern district, two thousand five hundred dollars.

No. 135. For the salary of the district judge, Pennsylvania, western district, one thousand eight hundred dollars.

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