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the sum of nine hundred dollars shall be paid Charles Gordon for ser- Pay to Charles vices rendered under the resolution of the Senate of second July eigh

Gordon. teen hundred and thirty-six ;

For deficiency to be appropriated on account of salaries, for the year Deficiency of eighteen hundred and thirty-six, to the Commissioner and other officers salaries for 1836. in the General Land Office, twenty-seven thousand eight hundred and eighty-six dollars and ten cents;

For compensation to the Solicitor of the Treasury, three thousand Solicitor of the five hundred dollars;

Treasury. For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the office of the Clerks and Solicitor of the Treasury, three thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars; messenger.

For expenses of stationery, printing, and all other contingent ex- Contingent penses of the Treasury Department, viz:

expenses of For the office of the Secretary of the Treasury, including copying, Treas'ry Dęp't. and expenses incurred in consequence of the burning of the Treasury of Treasury, building, twelve thousand five hundred dollars;

copying, &c. For translating foreign languages, and for receiving and transmitting Translating, passports and sea-letters, in the office of the Secretary of the Treasury, &c. three hundred dollars;

Stating and For stating and printing public accounts, one thousand four hundred printing public

accounts. dollars;

For the office of the First Comptroller, two thousand dollars ; Off. 1st Comp.

For the office of the Second Comptroller, one thousand five hundred Of. 2d Comp. dollars; For the office of the First Auditor, eight hundred dollars;

Off, 1st Audit. For the office of the Second Auditor, one thousand dollars ;

Off. 2d Audit. For the office of the Third Auditor, thirteen hundred dollars; Off. 3d Audit. For the office of the Fourth Auditor, one thousand dollars;

Off. 4th Audit. For the office of the Fifth Auditor, one thousand dollars;

Off. 5th Audit. For the office of the Treasurer of the United States, one thousand Office Treathree hundred dollars;

surer. For the office of the Register of the Treasury, three thousand dollars; Office RegisFor the office of the Solicitor of the Treasury, one thousand dollars; ter.

Office SoliciFor the office of the Commissioner of the General Land Office, for one hundred and fifty thousand pieces of parchment for patents; print- Office Coming the same; and, also, the cost of books for patent records, twenty- missioner Genine thousand two hundred and fifty dollars;

Office, parchFor tract books, other books, and stationery, furniture, expense of ments, &c. advertising land sales, and other contingent expenses, including office Books, starent for an additional building, ten thousand dollars;

tionery, &c. For compensation of superintendent and two watchmen for the addi- Superintend't tional building for the use of the General Land Office, one thousand and watchman. and fifty dollars ;

For salary of the secretary to the Commissioners of the Sinking Secretary to Fund, from eighth February to eleventh April, eighteen hundred and Commissioners thirty-six, forty-three dollars and ninety-five cents;

of Sinking

Fund. For compensation of the superintendent and watchman of the south- Superin't and east executive building, two thousand one hundred dollars ;

watchman S. E. For contingent expenses of the building occupied by the Treasury, exec. building. including fuel, oil, labor, repairs, furniture, and for rent, amounting to expenses of four thousand four hundred and fifty dollars per annum, twelve thousand Treas, building. dollars;

For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the office of the Office Sec. Secretary at War, including sixty-five dollars and seventy-one cents, War. Clerks arrearages due Samuel J. Potts, for clerk hire and for messenger in the

and mess'ng'rs.

Arrearages Bounty Land Bureau, thirteen thousand one hundred and fifteen dollars due S. J. Potts. and seventy-one cents;

For contingent expenses of the office of the Secretary at War, three Contingent thousand dollars;

expenses.

tor.

Books, maps,

For books, maps, and plans, for the War Department, one thousand &c.

dollars; Extra clerks. For compensation of extra clerks, when employed in said office, two

thousand five hundred dollars ; Commiss. of For compensation of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, three Indian Affairs. thousand dollars;

Clerks and For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of the messenger. Commissioner of Indian Affairs, sixteen thousand four hundred dollars;

Contingent For contingent expenses of said office, two thousand dollars ; expenses. For compensation of the Commissioner of Pensions, two thousand Commissioner five hundred dollars ; of Pensions. Clerks.

For compensation of clerks transferred from the office of the Secretary of War to the office of the Commissioner of Pensions, four thou

sand eight hundred dollars; Clerks and For compensation to clerks and messengers for the office of the Commessengers; missioner of Pensions, authorized by act of ninth of May, eighteen act 91h May, 1836, ch. 60. hundred and thirty-six, thirteen thousand four hundred and fifty dollars;

Clerks and For compensation to clerks and messenger in the office of the Paymessenger. master General, four thousand six hundred dollars ; Contingent

For contingent expenses of said office, three hundred dollars; expenses. Clerks and

For compensation of clerk and messenger in the office of the Commessenger.

manding General, one thousand five hundred dollars; Cont. expens. For contingent expenses of said office, three hundred dollars ; Cl'k and mes For compensation to clerks and messenger in the office of the Adjusenger. tant General, seven thousand six hundred and fifty dollars; Cont. expens.

For contingent expenses of said office, one thousand six hundred

dollars; Cl'ks and mes. For compensation of clerks and messenger in the office of the Quarsenger.

termaster General, seven thousand three hundred dollars ; Cont. expens. For contingent expenses of said office, six hundred dollars ; Cl’ks and mes For compensation of clerks and messenger in the office of the Comsenger.

missary General of Purchases, four thousand two hundred dollars ; Cont. expens. For contingent expenses of said office, eight hundred dollars; Cl’ks and mes For compensation of clerks and messenger in the office of the senger.

Commissary General of Subsistence, four thousand three hundred

dollars; Cont. expens.

For contingent expenses of said office, two thousand six hundred

dollars; Cl’ks and mes For compensation of clerks and messenger in the office of the Chief senger. Engineer, five thousand six hundred and fifty dollars; Cont. expens.

For contingent expenses of said office, one thousand dollars; Cl’k and mes For compensation to clerk and messenger in the office of the Surgeon senger. General, one thousand six hundred and fifty dollars; Cont. expens. For contingent expenses of said office, five hundred and fifty dollars ; Cl’ks and mes

For compensation of clerks and messenger in the Ordnance Office, senger. eight thousand six hundred and fifty dollars ; Cont, expens.

For contingent expenses of said office, eight hundred dollars; Cl'ks and mes. For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the Topographical senger. Bureau, two thousand five hundred dollars; Cont. expens.

For contingent expenses of said bureau, one thousand two hundred

and thirty-five dollars; Messenger. For compensation of the messenger in the Clothing Bureau, per act

of July fourth, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, five hundred dollars; Messenger. For salary of the messenger in the office of the Inspector General,

five hundred dollars; Sup't and For compensation of superintendent and watchmen of the northwest W. exec. build. executive building, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars ; Cont. expens.

For contingent expenses of said building, including rent, fuel, furni

tute, labor, and repairs, three thousand one hundred and eighty-three dollars;

For compensation of the clerks and messengers in the office of the Office Sec'y Secretary of the Navy, twelve thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars; Nav. Clerks

and messeng'rs. For contingent expenses of said office, three thousand dollars;

Cont. expens. For compensation of the Commissioners of the Navy Board, ten Commiss. of thousand five hundred dollars;

Navy Board. For compensation of the Secretary of the Navy Board, two thousand Secretary. dollars;

For compensation to the clerks and messenger of the Navy Board, Clerks and eight thousand four hundred and fifty dollars;

messengers. For contingent expenses of said office, one thousand eight hundred Contingent dollars;

expenses. For salary of superintendent and watchman of the southwest execu- Sup't and tive building, one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars ;

watchman S.

W. exec, build. For contingent expenses of said building, three thousand three hun

Contingent dred and fifty dollars;

expenses. For compensation to three Assistant Postmaster Generals, per act Assistant

Postmasters third July, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, seven thousand five hun- General. dred dollars;

For compensation to clerks and messengers in the General Post Office, Clerks and forty-eight thousand six hundred dollars ;

messengers. For contingent expenses of said office, including expense of new Contingent offices and fuel for the Auditor's Office, ten thousand dollars;

expenses, &c. For repairs, books, and stationery, already incurred, over and above Repairs, the appropriations of former years, in consequence of the re-organiza- books, stationtion of the Post Office Department, six thousand seven hundred dollars;

ery, &c. For compensation to two watchmen, six hundred dollars;

Watchmen. For compensation to extra clerks, prior to third July eighteen hun- Extra clerks dred and thirty-six, when the act re-organizing the department went prior to 3d July, into operation, twenty-two thousand four hundred and nineteen dollars 1836. and eighty-oné cents;

For compensation to the Auditor of the Post Office, three thousand Auditor of dollars;

Post Office. For compensation to clerks and messengers in said office, fifty-five Clerks and thousand five hundred dollars;

messengers. For contingent expenses of said office, including books, stationery, Contingent printing, and expenses incidental to new offices, eight thousand two expenses, &c. hundred dollars;

For compensation of the Surveyor General northwest of the Ohio, two thousand dollars;

neral N. W. of

Ohio. For compensation to clerks in his office, per acts of ninth of May, Clerks. eighteen hundred and thirty-six, six thousand three hundred dollars ; For compensation to the Surveyor General for Illinois and Missouri, Surveyor Ge

neral for Illinois two thousand dollars;

and Missouri. For compensation to clerks in the office of said Surveyor General, Clerks. per acts of ninth of May, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, three thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars ; For compensation to the Surveyor General of Arkansas, two thousand Surveyor Gen.

of Arkansas. dollars;

For compensation of clerks in the office of said Surveyor General, Clerks. three thousand dollars, and for office-rent and fuel, three hundred dollars;

For compensation of the Surveyor General of Louisiana, two thou- Surveyor Gen. sand dollars;

of Louisiana." For compensation to clerks in the office of said Surveyor General, Clerks. per acts of ninth May, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, twenty-five hundred dollars;

Surveyor Gen. of Mississippi. sand dollars ;

For compensation to the Surveyor General of Mississippi, two thouClerks. For compensation of clerks in the office of said Surveyor General,

per acts of ninth May, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, five thousand

dollars; Surveyor Gen. For compensation to the Surveyor General for Alabama, two thousand for Alabama. dollars; Clerks. For compensation of clerks in the office of said Surveyor General,

per acts of ninth May, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, two thousand

dollars ; Surveyor Gen. For compensation of the Surveyor General of Florida, two thousand of Florida. dollars; Clerks. For compensation of clerks in the office of said Surveyor General,

three thousand dollars; Copies of con- For expenses of completing the copies of confirmations and orders firmations and of survey, and procuring from the offices of the registers copies of vey, &c.

plats and sketches necessary to a correct location of private claims, explained in the report from the General Land Office, two thousand

dollars ; Commissioner For compensation to the Commissioner of Public Buildings in Washof Public Build- ington, two thousand four hundred and fifty dollars ; Assistants. For compensation to three assistants to commissioner, as superinten

dent at Potomac bridge, two thousand four hundred and sixty-three dol

lars and seventy-five cents; Repairs of Po. For repairs of the said bridge, wood for the draw-keepers, and oil for tomac bridge, &c.

lamps, two hundred and seventy-seven dollars; Officers and For compensation to the officers and clerks of the Mint, nineteen clerks of Mint. thousand seven hundred dollars;

Assistants and For compensation to assistants and laborers in the various departlaborers. ments of the Mint, twenty-four thousand dollars;

Wastage of For wastage of gold and silver, and contingent expenses of the Mint, gold and silver, including improvements in machinery, thirty-eight thousand one hun&c.

dred dollars; New machi- For expenses incident to the introduction of new machinery and appanery, &c.

ratus, twenty thousand dollars; Governor, &c. For compensation of the Governor, Judges, and Secretary of Wisof Wisconsin. consin Territory, nine thousand one hundred dollars ;

Contingent For contingent expenses and compensation of the members of the expenses, &c. Legislative Assembly of said Territory, and printing the laws, nine

thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; Governor, &c. For compensation of the Governor, Judges, and Secretary of the of Florida. Territory of Florida, eleven thousand seven hundred dollars;

Contingent For contingent expenses, pay, and mileage of the members of the expenses, &c.

Legislative Council of said Territory, stationery, fuel, printing, pay of the officers of the council, and copying laws, ten thousand three hun

dred and thirty-five dollars; Chief Justice, For compensation to the Chief Justice, the Associate Judges, and Associate

District Judges of the United States, eighty-four thousand nine hundred Judges, and District Judges, dollars; U. S.

For compensation of the Chief Justice and Associate Judges of the Chief Justice and Associate

District of Columbia, and of the Judges of the Orphans' Courts of said Judges, D. C., District, nine thousand five hundred dollars; &c.

For compensation to the Attorney General of the United States, four Attorney Ge. thousand dollars ; neral.

Clerk and For compensation of clerk and messenger in the office of the Attormessenger. ney General, one thousand three hundred dollars;

For contingent expenses of said office, five hundred dollars; Reporter of For compensation to the reporter of the decisions of the Supreme * Supreme C't.

Court, one thousand dollars ;

Cont. expens.

and.

For compensation to the District Attorneys and Marshals, as granted District Attorby law, including those in the several Territories, thirteen thousand two neys and Mar

shals. hundred and fifty dollars ;

For defraying the expenses of the Supreme Court and the District Expenses of Courts of the United States, including the District of Columbia ; also, the Supreme, for jurors and witnesses in aid of the funds arising from fines, penalties, District Courts, and forfeitures incurred in the year eighteen hundred and thirty-seven &c. and preceding years; and likewise for defraying the expenses of suits in which the United States are concerned, and of prosecutions for offences committed against the United States, and for the safe-keeping of prisoners, three hundred and thirty thousand dollars;

For expenses of printing the records of the Supreme Court, three Records of Suthousand dollars ;

preme Court. For the payment of pensions granted by special acts of Congress, one thousand and fifty dollars ;

For the support and maintenance of light-houses, floating-lights, Light-houses, beacons, buoys, and stakages, including the purchase of lamps, oil, &c. keepers' salaries, repairs, improvements, and contingent expenses, two hundred and ninety-eight thousand and fifty-five dollars;

For a bell, and fixing the same on the light-house at Cove point in Bell on lightthe Chesapeake bay, being the amount of an appropriation for that pur- house at Cove pose, which will be carried to the surplus fund, one thousand two hun

Point. ared dollars;

For a light-house at the mouth of Chefuncte river, being the amount Light-house at of a former appropriation for that object, which will be carried to the mouth of Che

functe river. surplus fund, five thousand dollars;

For two small beacon-lights on Cockspur island, at the mouth of Two small Savannah river, including four thousand dollars already appropriated, beacon lights on

Cockspur Islwhich will be carried to the surplus fund, seven thousand dollars;

For survey of the coast of the United States including arrears of Survey of compensation and expenses of the superintendent, estimating his com- coast, U. S. pensation at three thousand dollars per annum, and his expenses at the same rate from August second eighteen hundred and thirty-two, and including also, such additional payment to the army and navy officers employed upon the survey for their past services and expenses as the President may decide to be just and proper, sixty thousand dollars;

For completing the public warehouse at Baltimore, fifty thousand Warehouse at dollars;

Baltimore. For the custom-house at Boston, one hundred and fifty thousand Custom-house dollars;

at Boston. For refunding duties on railroad iron to the Lexington and Ohio Railroad Company, imported in eighteen hundred and thirty-two and ties on rail-road eighteen hundred and thirty-three, per act of second July, eighteen iron.

1836, ch. 325. hundred and thirty-six, one thousand nine hundred and eighty-four dollars;

For expense in relation to the relief of certain insolvent debtors of Insolvent the United States, three thousand dollars;

debtors. For deficiency in the fund for the relief of the sick and disabled sea

Disabled seamen as established by act of third May eighteen hundred and two, men. twenty-five thousand dollars;

1802, ch. 51. For the compensation to two keepers of the public archives in Florida, Archives in one thousand dollars;

Florida.
For the discharge of such miscellaneous claims against the United
States, not otherwise provided for, as shall be admitted in due course claims.
of settlement at the Treasury, twelve thousand dollars ;

For an addition to the existing unexpended balances of appropriation Surveys of for surveys of the public lands, to be duly apportioned to the several public lands. districts, according to the exigencies of the public service, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars; VOL. V.-22

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