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Wisconsin. For compensation of the surveyor general of Wisconsin, and the clerks

in his office, three thousand one hundred dollars. Clerks, to be For compensation of the clerks in the offices of the surveyors geneapportioned. ral, to be apportioned to them according to the exigencies of the public

service, ten thousand dollars. Clerks to For clerks in the offices of the surveyors general, to transcribe field transcribe field notes of survey for the purpose of preserving them at the seat of Governnotes.

ment, in addition to former appropriations, as follows: North-west of Office of surveyor general northwest of the] Ohio, four thousand fire the Ohio. hundred dollars. Wisconsin and Office of surveyor general of Wisconsin and Iowa, two thousand dolIowa.

lars. Illinois and Office of surveyor general of Illinois and Missouri, four thousand Missouri. dollars. Arkansas. Office of surveyor general of Arkansas, one thousand dollars. Alabama. Office of surveyor general of Alabama, one thousand dollars. Secretary to For compensation of the secretary to sign patents for public lands, sigo patents.

one thousand five hundred dollars. Commissioner For compensation of the Commissioner of the Public Buildings in of public buildings. Washington city, two thousand dollars ; Assistants,

For compensation to four assistants, draw-keepers at the Potomac &c, at Potomac bridge, including oil for lamps and machinery, fire wood and repairs of bridge.

bridge, and for arrearages due, five thousand five hundred dollars. Mint and

Mint of the United States and Branches.-For compensation of the branches.

Mint at Phila- officers and workmen of the mint at Philadelphia, namely :
delphia-offi For the director, three thousand five hundred dollars;
cers.

For the treasurer, two thousand dollars;
For the chief coiner, two thousand dollars;
For the assayer, two thousand dollars;
For the engraver, two thousand dollars ;
For the assistant assayer, one thousand three hundred dollars;
For the melter and refiner, two thousand dollars;

For four clerks, four thousand four hundred dollars ;
Workmen. For wages to workmen, twenty-four thousand dollars.
Contingent For incidental and contingent expenses, including fuel, materials, sta-
expenses. tionery, water rent and repairs, four thousand dollars.
Specimens. For specimens of ores and coins to be reserved at the mint, eight

hundred dollars. Purchase of For the purchase of the perpetual right, for the mint and branch patent right for mints of the United States, to the use of a patented apparatus for countcounting coins.

ing coins, invented by the late Rufus Tyler, two thousand five hundred

dollars. Branch mint For compensation of the officers and workmen of the branch mint at at Charlotte Charlotte, in North Carolina, viz: officers.

For the superintendent, two thousand dollars;
For the assayer, fifteen hundred dollars;
For the coiner, fifteen hundred dollars;

For the clerk, one thousand dollars;
Workmen. For wages to workmen, three thousand five hundred dollars;
Contingent For the incidental and contingent expenses of said branch, including
expenses. fuel, materials, stationery, repairs and wastage of gold, fifteen hundred

dollars; New roof to For renewing the roof of the mint, one thousand dollars; mint.

For compensation of the officers and workmen of the branch mint at Branch mint at Dahlonega- Dahlonega, Georgia, viz: officers.

For the superintendent, two thousand dollars ;
For the assayer, fifteen hundred dollars;
For the coiner, fifteen hundred dollars;
For the clerk, one thousand dollars;

For wages to workmen, four thousand three hundred and twenty Workmen. dollars;

For incidental and contingent expenses of said branch, including Contingent fuel, materials, stationery, repairs, and wastage of gold, three thousand expenses. three hundred dollars;

For compensation of the officers and workmen of the branch mint Brarch mint at at New Orleans, viz;

New Orleans

officers.
For the superintendent, two thousand five hundred dollars;
For the treasurer, two thousand dollars ;
For the coiner, two thousand dollars ;
For the assayer, two thousand dollars;
For the melter and refiner, two thousand dollars ;
For two clerks, two thousand four hundred dollars;
For wages to workmen, eighteen thousand dollars;

Workmen. For incidental and contingent expenses of said branch, including Contingent fuel, materials, stationery, water rent, repairs and wastage of gold and expenses. silver, twenty-three thousand dollars ; For machinery and machinists, four thousand dollars.

Machinery and

machinists. Governments in the Territories of the United States.-For compen

Territories. sation of the officers of Wisconsin Territory, viz :

Wisconsin. For Governor, two thousand five hundred dollars ;

Governor. For three judges, five thousand four hundred dollars ;

Judges. For secretary, one thousand two hundred dollars;

Secretary. For contingent expenses of said Territory, three hundred and fifty Contingent dollars;

expenses. For compensation and mileage of the members of the Legislative Assembly of said Territory, pay of their clerks, librarian, and superin- Assembly. tendent of public buildings, printing, stationery, fuel, lights, arrearages of previous sessions and all other incidental and miscellaneous objects, seventeen thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation of the officers of Iowa Territory, viz:

lowa, For Governor, two thousand five hundred dollars;

Governor. For three judges, five thousand four hundred dollars;

Judges. For secretary, one thousand two hundred dollars ;

Secretary For contingent expenses of said Territory, three hundred and fifty Contingent dollars;

expenses. For compensation and mileage of the members of the Legislative Legislative Assembly of said Territory, pay of officers, printing, stationery, fuel, Assembly. lights, and all other incidental and miscellaneous objects, including arrearages of expenses of previous sessions of said Assembly, sixteen thousand nine hundred and eighty-three dollars. For compensation of the officers of Florida Territory, viz:

Florida. For the Governor, two thousand five hundred dollars;

Governor. For the five judges, nine thousand five hundred dollars;

Judges. For the secretary, one thousand five hundred dollars;

Secretary For contingent expenses of said Territory, three hundred and fifty Contingent

expenses. For pay and mileage of the members of the Senate and House of Members of Representatives and their officers, fourteen thousand one hundred and Senate and H.

pay eighty-nine dollars and twenty cents.

and mileage. For contingent expenses of the Legislative Assembly, including

Legislative

Assembly, conprinting, stationery, fuel, and all other incidental objects and arrear- tingent expenages, seven thousand six hundred and seventy-five dollars. Judiciary.--For compensation of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Judiciary.

Chief justice Court, and the eight Associate Judges, forty-one thousand dollars.

and associate For compensation of the district judges, fifty-two thousand nine hun- judges. dred dollars

District judges For compensation of the chief justice of the District of Columbia,

Judges of Dis. the associate judges, the judges of the criminal and orphans' courts of tri said District, eleven thousand seven hundred dollars. Vol. V.-87

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Attorney Gen- For compensation of the Attorney General, clerk and messenger in eral, &c. his office, five thousand five hundred dollars.

Contingent For contingent expenses of said office, five hundred dollars. expenses.

For compensation of the reporter of the decisions of the Supreme Reporter of Supreme Court.

Court, one thousand three hundred dollars. District attor For compensation of the district attorneys, including those in the seneys.

veral Territories, as prescribed by law, eight thousand dollars. Marshals. For compensation of the marshals, including those in the several

Territories, as prescribed by law, seven thousand two hundred dollars. Expenses of For defraying the expenses of the Supreme, circuit, and district the Supreme, Circuit and Dis

courts of the United States, including the District of Columbia; also, trict Courts, for jurors and witnesses, in aid of the funds arising from fines,

penalties &c.

and forfeitures incurred in the fiscal year ending thirtieth June, one thousand eight hundred and forty-five and previous 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, four hundred thousand Proviso. dollars: Provided, That no part of the sum hereby or hereafter to be

appropriated for this object shall be paid to or in any way allowed to any person or persons who has or have neglected or who shall hereafter neglect, to comply with all and every requirement contained in the one hundred and sixty-seventh paragraph of the first section of the twenty

ninth chapter of the Laws of the United States entitled “An act making 1842, ch, 29. appropriations for the civil and diplomatic expenses of the Government

for the year one thousand eight hundred and forty-two,” and approved

May eighteenth one thousand eight hundred and forty-two. To the State And the sum of three thousand three hundred and nineteen dollars of Kentucky for and sixty-seven cents is hereby appropriated and directed to be paid to supporting con. the State of Kentucky, in discharge of a claim for that amount due the victs.

said State, for receiving, keeping and supporting the convicts of the Federal court for the district of Kentucky from the year one thousand eight hundred and four up to the first day of December one thousand

eight hundred and forty-three. Printing for From and after the passage of this act the printing ordered by or for Supreme Court the Supreme Court in the city of Washington or any of its officers for to be let by contract.

the use of said court, shall be let by contract to the lowest bidder, in the same manner as is now done for the printing of the Executive De

partments. Miscellaneous. Miscellaneous. For the payment of annuities and grants by special Annuities and acts of Congress, seven hundred and fifty dollars. grants. Keepers of Flo

For compensation of two keepers of the public archives in Florida, rida archives. one thousand dollars. Expenses of For expenses in relation to the loan, two thousand five hundred dolloan.

lars. Penitentiary of For the support and maintenance of the penitentiary of the District D. C.

of Columbia, five thousand dollars. H. Greenough For payment to Horatio Greenough for statues for the east front of for statues.

the Capitol, four thousand dollars. L. Persico for For compensation to Luigi Persico for services rendered and expenses services, &c.

incurred in bringing the group of statues made by him to this country and placing it on the pedestal by direction of the Secretary of the Trea

sury, four thousand dollars. Deficiency in To make good a deficiency in the fund for the relief of sick and disfund for relief of abled seamen, twenty-five thousand dollars. seamen.

Auxiliary For compensation and contingent expenses of the auxiliary guard, guard. after deducting the unexpended balance of one thousand one hundred

and fifty-two dollars and sixty-eight cents, five thousand six hundred and twenty-two dollars and thirty-three cents.

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For lighting Pennsylvania avenue during the sessions of Congress, Lighting Pennsix hundred dollars;

sylvania aveFor preparing indices to the manuscript papers of the Confederation Indices to and the papers of Washington, one thousand two hundred and fifty-two Washington dollars;

papers. For compensation of the commissioner and clerk appointed to mark Expenses of the boundary between the United States and Great Britain and for other commission to expenses of the commission, including the purchase and repair of in- mark the bounstruments, wages of persons employed, and other contingencies, thirty- U. S. and Great five thousand dollars.

Britain, For compensation to two commissioners to examine claims under the Expenses of treaty with the Cherokees of one thousand eight hundred and thirty- commission unfive, and pay of secretary, including provisions for Indians during the treaty. session of the board, and for contingent expenses, eleven thousand five hundred dollars.

For defraying the contingent expenses of commissioners to adjust Expenses of claims to Choctaw reservations under the treaty of one thousand eight commission unhundred and thirty with the Choctaws, six thousand one hundred dol

treaty: lars: Provided, That the duration of either of said commissions shall Proviso. not extend beyond one year after the passage of this act.

To pay the expenses that may be incurred in conveying to the seat Expenses of of Government the votes of the electors of the several States for Presi- conveying votes

of electors to dent and Vice President of the United States, twelve thousand dollars.

Washington. For survey of the coast of the United States, including compensation Coast survey. of superintendent and assistants, eighty thousand dollars: Provided, Proviso. That officers of the army and navy shall, as far as practicable, be employed in the work, whenever and in the manner required by the Department having charge thereof.

For carrying on the work of the custom-house [at] Boston, fifty thou- Boston cussand dollars.

tom-house. For continuing the preparation and publication of the Narrative and Publication of

narrative of exAccount of the Exploring Expedition, forty thousand dollars.

ploring exped'n. For the publication, under the direction of the Secretary of the Navy Maps of exploand of the Secretary of the Treasury, of such of the maps of the ring expedit’n. exploring expedition as, in their judgment, will be serviceable to the navy and the commerce of the country, two thousand dollars.

To defray the expenses of taking care of and preserving the botan Botanical and ical and horticultural specimens brought home by the exploring expe specimens, &c.

horticultural dition, and for the salary of the keeper of, and enlarging the green house under the direction and control of the joint committee on the library, twenty-two hundred dollars.

Light-house Establishment.-For the support and maintenance of Light-house light-houses, floating lights, beacons, buoys, and stakeages, including establishment.

Supplies, &c. the purchase of lamps, oil, wicks, buff-skins, whiting, and cotton cloth, transporting oil, and for keepers' salaries, repairs, improvements, and contingent expenses, three hundred and eighty-five thousand four hundred and sixty-five dollars and seventy-five cents. For expenses of superintendents in visiting their light-houses annu

Expenses of ally, and examining and reporting their condition, two thousand dol- superintendents. lars. For superintendents' commissions, at two and a half per centum, Superintend

ents' commisnine thousand six hundred and ninety-four dollars and fourteen cents :

sions. Provided, That no superintendent shall receive any of the commissions Proviso. whose compensation may exceed two thousand dollars per annum.

Surveys of Public Lands.-For surveying the public lands, in addi Surveying tion to the unexpended balance of former appropriations, to be appor

public lands. tioned to the several districts, according to the exigencies of the public service, exclusive of surveys in Louisiana, one hundred and ten thou

Surveying with sand dollars.

reference to For surveying, with reference to mines and minerals, in that portion mines.

of Michigan south of Lake Superior, at a rate not exceeding five dollars per mile, under the special direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, and such rules and regulations as he may prescribe, twenty thou

sand dollars. Survey of pri For survey of private claims in Alabama, and their connexion with vate claims. the adjacent public lands, at a rate not exceeding eight dollars per mile,

being in addition to the appropriations made for a similar object by the 1838, ch. 54. acts of sixth April, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight, and 1843, ch. 100. March third, one thousand eight hundred and forty-three, one thousand

five hundred dollars. Surveys in II. For the survey of detached tracts in Illinois and Missouri, in addition

to the appropriation of the third of March, one thousand eight hundred souri.

and forty-three, for that purpose, at a rate not exceeding six dollars a

mile, and including office work, three thousand dollars. Surveying in For surveying in the State of Louisiana, as follows: At a rate not Louisiana.

exceeding eight dollars a mile, to pay for the excess of the contracts over the amount heretofore provided and expended, twenty-one thousand six hundred and twenty-three dollars; at a rate not exceeding eight dollars a mile, for the correction of the snrveys in the Greensburg district,

under the act of twenty-ninth August, one thousand eight hundred and 1842, ch. 258. forty-two, including office work, thirty-three thousand four hundred and

eighty dollars; at a rate not exceeding four dollars a mile, and incidental expenses, being in addition to the unexpended balance of former appro

priations, eleven thousand nine hundred and seven dollars. Survey of pri For the survey of private claims in Florida, and their connexion with vate claims in the adjacent public lands, at a rate not exceeding five dollars a mile, Florida.

five thousand dollars. Foreign inter

Intercourse with Foreign Nations.-For salaries of the ministers to course. Ministers.

Great Britain, France, Russia, Prussia, Austria, Spain, Mexico, and

Brazil, seventy-two thousand dollars. Secretaries of For salaries of secretaries of legation to the same places, sixteen legation.

thousand dollars. Chargés des For salaries of chargés des affaires to Portugal, Denmark, Sweden, affaires.

Holland, Belgium, Chili, Peru, Venezuela, New Granada, Texas, Naples, Sardinia, and Buenos Ayres, fifty-eight thousand five hundred

dollars. Minister to Turkey.

For salary of a minister resident to Turkey, six thousand dollars. Drogoman, For salary of a drogoman to the legation to Turkey, two thousand

five hundred dollars. Barbary pow For expenses of intercourse with the Barbary Powers, ten thousand ers.

dollars; Contingent For contingent expenses of foreign intercourse, in addition to the expenses.

balance that may remain thirtieth June, one thousand eight hundred

and forty-four, fifteen thousand dollars ; Cont. exp. of missions.

For contingent expenses of all the missions abroad, fifteen thousand Consul at Lon

dollars. don,

For salary of the consul at London, two thousand dollars. Consul at Bey

For salary of consul to Beyroot, five hundred dollars. Outfits.

For outfits of the late and present ministers to Brazil and the minister to Mexico, and of chargés des affaires to Portugal, Sardinia, Chili,

Texas, Belgium, and Buenos Ayres, fifty-four thousand dollars : ProProviso. vided, That the appointment of a chargé d'affaires to Belgium be made

during the present session of Congress. Outfit of minister to Turkey.

For outfit of a minister resident to Turkey, six thousand dollars. Outfit of D. For outfit to David Porter, late minister resident to Turkey, to be Porter. paid to his legal representatives, six thousand dollars.

Consulate at For clerk hire, office rent, and other expenses of the office of the London.

consul at London, two thousand eight hundred dollars. American seamen abroad.

For the relief and protection of American seamen in foreign countries, thirty thousand dollars.

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