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For contingent expenses of said office, viz:
SURVEYORS AND THEIR CLERKS.
For compensation of the surveyor general northwest of the Ohio, and the clerks in hi3 office, eight thousand three hundred dollars.
For compensation of the surveyor general of Illinois and Missouri, and the clerks in his office, five thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars.
For compensation of the surveyor general of Louisiana, and the clerks in his office, four thousand five hundred dollars.
For compensation of the surveyor general of Florida, and the clerks in his office, five thousand five hundred dollars.
For compensation of the surveyor general of Wisconsin and Iowa, and the clerks in his office, eight thousand three hundred dollars.
For compensation of the Commissioner of Public Buildings in Washington, two thousand dollars.
For compensation to four assistants, drawkeepers, at the Potomac bridge, including oil for lamps and machinery, firewood and repairs, four thousand two hundred and ninety dollars.
MINT OF THE UNITED STATES.
SurYeyors and clerks
Northwest of the
Commissioner Public Buildings.
Mint of the Un ited State*.
At Philadelphia, viz:
For salaries of the director, treasurer, chief coiner, assayer, melter and refiner, engraver, assistant assayer, and four clerks, nineteen thousand two hundred dollars.
For wages of workmen, twenty-four thousand dollars.
For incidental and contingent expenses, including fuel, materials, stationery, water rent, repairs and wastage, in addition to available funds on hand, seventeen thousand three hundred and forty-four dollars.
For specimens of ores and coins to be. reserved at the mint, one hundred dollars.
At Charlotte, North Cai Aim, viz:
For salaries of superintendent, assayer, coiner, and clerk, «ix thousand dollars.
For wages of workmen, three thousand five hundred dollars.
For incidental and contingent expenses, including fuel, materials, stationery, repairs and wastage, two thousand one hundred dollars.
At Charlotte^ North Carolina.
| At New Orleans. Officers.
AC Dahlonega, Georgia, viz:
For salaries of superintendent, assayer, coiner, and clerk, six thousand dollars.
For wages of workmen, three thousand six hundred dollars.
For incidental and contingent expenses, including fuel, materials, stationery, repairs, and wastage, two thousand five hundred dollars.
At New Orleans, viz:
For salaries of superintendent, treasurer, coiner, assayer, melter and refiner, and two clerks, twelve thousand nine hundred dollars.
For wages of workmen, nineteen thousand dollars.
For incidental and contingent expenses, including fuel, materials, stationery, water rent, repairs, and wastage, together with an estimated excess of expenses over means for the previous year, of nine thousand two hundred dollars, and in addition to available funds oh hand, twenty-nine thousand two hundred dollars.
Chief justice sad associates.
Judges of Dis* trict Columbia.
Attorney General and office.
Reporter of Su-
For salaries of the chief justice of the Supreme Court, and the eight associate judges, forty-one thousand dollars.
For salaries of the district judges, sixty-three thousand seven hundred dollars.
For salaries of the chief justice of the District of Columbia, the associate judges, the judges of the criminal and orphans' court, ten thousand seven hundred dollars.
For salaries of the Attorney General and the clerk and messenger in his office, six thousand one hundred dollars.
For contingent expenses of the office of the Attorney General, five hundred dollars.
For salary of the reporter of the decisions of the Supreme Court, one thousand three hundred dollars.
For compensation of the district attorneys, being two hundred dollars each, as prescribed by law, seven thousand four hundred dollars.
For compensation of the marshals, as prescribed by law, six thousand six hundred dollars.
For defraying the expenses of the Supreme, circuit, and district courts of the United States, including the District of Columbia; also for jurors and witnesses, in aid of the funds arising from fines, penalties, and forfeitures incurred in the fiscal year ending the thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and forty-nine, and previous years; ana 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 apprehension and safekeeping of prisoners, four hundred and forty-three thousand dollars: Provided, however, That hereafter, in lieu of all fees, emolu- ^^'"if'iSf ments, and receipts now allowed for taking and certifying the tying depo>mou«. depositions of witnesses in civil causes, the clerk, commissioner, or other officer taking and certifying the same, shall be entitled to receive no greater sum whatever than two dollars for each and every deposition so taken and certified, and for all services connected therewith; and when the taking of such deposition shall require more than six hours, then for every additional six hours the like rate of compensation: And provided further, That all books in the offices of the BooktUn the clerks of the circuit and district courts of the United States, cTuSto^K^rf containing the docket or minute of the judgments or decrees !iJ[thoutiX'rge0a of said courts, shall, during office hours, be open to the inspection of any person desiring to examine the same, without any fee or charge therefor.
For repairs of the United States court-house at Detroit, Re^i«ofcoartheretofore made by William R. Noyes, under the direction of 0Uil D '01t the marshal, such amount as the treasury decide is due.
For payment of annuities and grants by special acts of *°t°uitiM *"* Congress, seven hundred and fifty dollars.
For the purchase of one or both of the bridges over the rurcbue of Eastern Branch, near the city of Washington, at a valuation rutSroBmA* to be made in such manner as the Secretary of the Treasury may direct, a sum not exceeding thirty thousand dollars, which bridge or bridges, when purchased, shall be free of toll to all persons whomsoever, under such regulations as are now in force, or as the same may be legally modified, or added to, in relation to the Potomac bridge opposite said city.
For compensation and contingent expenses of the auxil- Auxv»iy iary guard, six thousand seven hundred and seventy-five dollars.
For annual repairs of the Capitol, attendance on furnaces , cf»tinira,=*e?
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in the crypt, attendance on water-closets, cleaning rotundo; and.grounda. for public gardener and laborers, and cartage on the Capitol grounds; tools, wire, twine, leather, nails, chains and posts, boxes, straw, whitewashing, manure, and trees for grounds; attendance at the western gate of the Capitol; repairs of public stables; flagging, enclosures, &c.; keeping in order the iron pipes that convey water to the Capitol and public offices, and repairing damage by freshets ; brooms, brushes, wooden spades, and shovelling snow; erecting a suitable building for the keeper of the western gates, repairing western front of the Capitol, repairing abutments of Tiber creek bridge, and building protecting walls; painting exterior wood work of the Capitol and iron fences around the same; altering and enclosing wooden stairway from the roof of the Capitol to the opening in the dome; erecting iron fence on Penn
sylvania avenue enclosing a part of the public grounds at' the President's House; for enclosing public grounds at the north and south of the Capitol, at the western front of the Capitol, and the public grounds at the south front of the President's House, with wooden fences ; grading said grounds; forsuitable trees for planting nursery, seventeen thousand four hundred and ninety-seven dollars and fifty cents. Lighting Tom- For lighting Pennsylvania avenue from the Capitol square SpiSi* ""mi to the Treasury Department, and compensation for one lampfidenu How^ lighter for the same, and for lighting Capitol and- Capitol' "" grounds, and President's House, six thousand dollars, to be
expended under the direction of the Commissioner of Public Buildings.
contingencies For annual repairs and painting of President's House; Honif,Pre,We»nd gardener and laborers, manure, leather, nails, tools, cartage, gronnd>. &C-) for trie grounds about the same; repairs of the fence at La Fayette square, Fountain square, President's garden, and repairs of gardener's house, eight thousand three hundred and sixty-eight dollars and twenty-five cents.
For grading, draining, planting, and enclosing with wooden fence the grounds south of the President's House, and extending to the canal, six thousand dollars.
For sprinkling Pennsylvania avenue during the session of Congress, one thousand dollars. c.^V*8 ** ^or Pa'nt'n8 tne Capitol, twenty thousand dollars. IToSjSS'uonto For compensation to James Crutchet for extra work done junei crotchet, in making the necessary fixtures for lighting the Capitol with gas, two thousand eight hundred and seventy-seven dollars and eighteen cents.
Ind^tmaben ^or ^or removulg tne mast an^ lantern above the dome the donmecraoVthe of the Capitol, three hundred and twenty-three dollars; and tapitoi. fQr t])e pUrchase arKj erection of lamps and lamp posts of iron,.
and for the laying of gas pipes, and for other necessary fixtures for lighting the Capitol grounds with gas, to be expended under the direction of the Commissioner of. Public Buildings, a sum not exceeding ten thousand dollars. Lamj... i«mp. For laying gas pipes from the main gas pipe at the Capitol port., and gt.3 tQ lne j-oot oj pjfteeutri street, on both sides of Pennsylvania
avenue, and for one hundred lamp posts and lamps and other necessary fixtures, and for work and materials rendered and supplied in establishing the same, to be expended under the direction of the Commissioner of Public Buildings, a sum not exceeding ten thousand dollars; and it shall be the duty of the Commissioner of Public Buildings to have the pipes fully and sufficiently tested and proved before they are received.
For laying eight hundred feet of gas pipe from the foot of Fifteenth street to the President's House, and sixteen hundred feet of branch pipe through the house, thirty single burners, pendents and brackets in the kitchen and passages below, twenty brackets in the bedrooms, fifty double brackets in the other rooms, five four-light chandeliers, four six-lighfc do., six eight-light do., two twelve-light do., altering chandeliers in the east room, and for all other necessary fixtures for completing the same, to be expended under the direction of the Commissioner of Public Buildings, a sum not exceeding five thousand dollars.
For paying the Washington Gas Company for lighting the Capitol and Capitol grounds, including fixtures furnished, to the thirty-first of August, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, to be paid under the direction of the Committee on Public Buildings, two thousand dollars.
For grading, planting with trees, and enclosing with a substantial wooden fence for their protection, the public mall from Seventh street westward to the Potomac river, three thousand six hundred and twenty-eight dollars.
For necessary repairs of the public property at the lazaretto, at Philadelphia, eight hundred and thirty-two dollars.
For survey of the coait of the United States, including compensation to superintendent and assistants, one hundred and sixty-five thousand dollars.
For the further prosecution of the survey of the northern and northwestern lakes, twenty-five thousand dollars.
For payment to clerks of the district courts of the United States, for statements of the proceedings under the bankrupt act, made in pursuance of the resolution of the House of Representatives of the twenty fifth March, eighteen hundred and forty-four, at the rate of fifteen cents for each application for relief under said act, six thousand one hundred and sixtysix dollars and twenty cents: Provided, That no clerk shall receive any portion of the money hereby appropriated until he shall have settled his account with the proper department, as required by the act of Congress in such case made and provided: Provided, also, That no part of such compensation shall be paid to clerks whose annual compensation has exceeded three thousand dollars.
For the discharge of such miscellaneous claims, not otherwise provided for, as shall be admitted in due course of settlement at the treasury, five thousand dollars: Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be drawn from the treasury, except in pursuance of some law or resolution of Congress authorizing the expenditure.
For services rendered by the marshal of the northern district of Florida in removing intruders from the military reservation, and from within the Indian boundary in Florida, three hundred and four dollars and five cents.
For salaries of assistant treasurers of the United Slates at New York, Boston, Charleston, and St. Louis, eleven thousand five hundred
For additional salaries of treasurers of the mint at Philadelphia and branch mint at New Orleans, one thousand dollars.
For salaries of ten clerks, authorized by the act of sixth August, eighteen hundred and forty-six, including an increase
Washington Gas Company, for lighting the Capitol and grounds.
Grading and planting; the pub
Repairs at lazaretto, , Philadelphia.
Payment t* clerks of district courts for preparing statements of cases of bankruptcy.
Marshal northis district Flori
Treasurcrs' ot the mint at Philadelphia andlNew Orleans.