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chiefnavmcon- For compensation of ihe Chief Naval Constructer and the •trader. Engineer in Chief six thousand dollars;
BureBuorpro- For compensation of the chief of (he Bureau of Provisions "jTMTM8 lnd Cln and Clothing, and of the clerks and messenger in his office., nine thousand three hundred dollars; Medicine and For compensation of ihe chief of the Bureau of Medicine Surgerjr. anj Surgery, and of the assistant surgeon, clerks, and messenger in his office, seven thousand three hundred dollars.
Contingent CONTINGENCIES OF THE NAVY DEPARTMENT.
of Navy Depart-
I" or contingent expenses of said department, and all the bureaus connected therewith, namely:
For hlank books, binding, stationery, printing, and labor, six thousand one hundred and fifty dollars;
For newspapers and periodicals, two hundred dollars;
For miscellaneous items, two thousand dollars;
For compensation of superintendent and three watchmen of the southwest executive building, one thousand three hundred and forty-five dollars;
For contingent expenses of said building, namely: ,
For labor, fuel, and light, one thousand six hundred and seventy-five dollars;
For miscellaneous items, one thousand one hundred and fifty dollars.
Fwt office Dc POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT,
poatmarter ce- For compensation of the Postmaster General, three Assistant ■era an o pog(ma8(er8 General, clerks, messengers, assistant messengers, and watchmen of said department, seventy-six thousand six hundred dollars;
superintend- For compensation of the superintendent of the post office est p.o. Dept. t,uiiding, two hundred and fifty dollars; contingencies. For contingent expenses of said department, viz:
For blank books, binding, stationery, fuel, oil, printing, labor, and day-watching, six thousand two hundred nnd eighty dollars;
Mieoeiianeom. por miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars;
For repairs of the post office building, repairs of furnaces and fire-places, office furniture, glazing, and whitewashing, five hundred dollars;
Auditor r»st For compensation of the Auditor of the Post Office Depart
OflScc Depart- , *~ - , . . r .
raent. ment, and the clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger in
his office, eighty-five thousand eight hundred dollars;
SURVEYORS GENERAL AND THEIR CLERKS. Surveyors gen
eral and clerks northwest of the
For compensation of the Surveyor General north west of the OIUoOhio, and the clerks in his office, eight thousand three Hundred dollars;
For compensation of the Surveyor General of Illinois and . Illinois and Missouri, and (he clerks in his office, five thousand eight hun- ,M0Uri' dred and twenty dollars;
For compensation of the Surveyor General of Louisiana,and Louisiana, the clerks in his office, four thousand five hundred dollars;
For compensation of the Surveyor General of Florida, and Florida, the clerks in his office, five thousand five hundred dollars;
For compensation of the Surveyor General of Wisconsin and Wucomin. Iowa, and the clerks in his office,eight thousand three hundred dollars;
For clerks in the office of the Surveyor General, to be appor- cierksin o«ce iioned to them according to the exigencies of the public ser- mVof ArkSsT vice, and, if necessary, to be employed in transcribing field notes of surveys, for the purpose of preserving them at the seat of government, and for correcting, restoring, and retracing of surveys in the State of Arkansas, and for other purposes, twenty-two thousand five hundred dollars;
For compensation of secretary to sign patents for public lands, secretary to one thousand five hundred dollais; ,,"ent,•
For compensation of the Commissioner of Public Buildings of ""'"J1°j«f in Washington, two thousand dollars;
For compensation of four assistants, drawkeepers, at the Po- Potomac bridge tomac bridge, including oil for lamps and machinery, firewood and repairs, four thousand two hundred and ninety dollars.
MINT OF THE UNITED STATES. Mini of the Uni
ted States, via:
Jit Philadelphia, viz: At Philadelphia.
For salaries of the director, treasurer, chief coiner, assayer, oniceTM. metier and refiner, engraver,assistant assayer, and three clerks, eighteen thousand four hundred dollars;
For wages of workmen, twenty-four thousand dollars;
For incidental and contingent expenses, including materials, comingeneiw. stationery , water rent, repairs, and wastage, in addition to available funds on hand, three thousand eight hundred and fortysix dollars;
For specimens of ores and coins, to be reserved at the mint, three hundred dollars.
Jit Charlotte, North Carolina, viz: charl0,,e
For salaries of superintendent, coiner, assayer, and clerk, officers, *c. six 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.
Contingencies. GcorgD.abl°nC8a' At Dahlonega, Georgia,, viz:
officers, he. For salaries of superintendent, coiner, rtssayer, and clerk, six thousand dollars;
For wages of workmen, three thousand six hundred dollars;
contingencies. For incidental and contingent expenses, including fuel, materials, stationery, repairs, and wastage, two thousand five hundred dollars.
At V Orleans.
At New Orleans.
treasurer, coiner, assayer. twelve thousand nine hun
For salaries of superintendent meller and refiner, and two clerks dred dollars;
For wages of workmen, fifteen thousand five hundred dollars;
For machinery and machinist, fifteen hundred dollars;
For incidental and contingent expenses, including fuel, materials, stationery, water-rent, repairs, and wastage, in addition to available funds on hand, twenty-four thousand six hundred dollars.
GOVERNMENT IN THE TERRITORY OF OREGON.
For salaries of governor and superintendent of Indian affairs,three judges, and secretary, ten thousand five hundred dollars;
For contingent expenses of said territory, one thousand five hundred dollars;
For compensation and mileage of members of the legislative assembly, officers, clerks, and contingent expenses of the assembly, twenty thousand six hundred dollars.
Chief Justice and associates.
Judges of District of Columbia.
Attorney Gene ral and office.
Reporter of Supreme CotrA'
District judge of Louisiana.
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 orphan's 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 the purchase of law books,and the necessary book-cases for said office, two thousand dollars;
For salary of the reporter of the decisions of the Supreme Court, one thousand three hundred dollars;
For additional compensation to the district judge of Louisiana for the year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, six hundred dollars—being the deficiency of the appropriation for that year—and eight hundred dollars for
the year ending the thirlieth of June, eighteen hundred and forty-nine, under the provisions of the first section of the act of seventeenth of June, eighteen hundred and forty-four;
For compensation of the district attorneys—being two hun- »a«dred dollars each, as prescribed by law—seven thousand four hunched dollars;
For compensation of the marshals, six thonsand eight hun- Manuals, dred dollars;
For defraying the expenses of the Supreme, circuit, and contingencies, 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 June thirlieth, eighteen hundred and fifty, and previous years; and, likewise, for defraying the expenses of suits in which the United Stales are concerned, and of prosecutions for offences commuted against the United States, and for the safe-keeping of prisoners, four hundred and forty-three thousand dollars; Provided, That the clerks of the several circuit J^"»^» courts of the United States be, and the same are liereby, au- clerks or circuit thorized and allowed to retain to their own use of (he fees and eouruemoluments of their office, a sum equal that allowed to the clerks of the district courts of the United Slates, by the "Act making appropriations for ihe civil and diplomatic expenses of the government for the year eighteen hundred and forty-two," approved May eighteenth, eighteen hundred and forty-two: Provided, That the proviso in the first section of an act entitled Proviso reia"An act making appropriations for the civil and diplomatic ex- i^ng^and'ceru'penses of the government for the year ending the thirtieth day lying deposition*, of June, one thousand eight hundred and forty-nine, and for other purposes," limiting the fees for taking and certifying the depositions of witnesses in civil causes, be, and the same is hereby, declared to extend and apply to all and every civil cause between any parties whatsoever, and to all admiralty proceedings: Provided, however, That where the actual taking of any such deposition shall necessarily require a longer time than three hours, the judge of the court in which said depositions is to be used is hereby authorized to certify an amount not exceeding eight dollars as a proper charge for taking such deposition, and ihe same shall thereupon be taxable as a part of the costs of the suit in proceeding;
For additional compensation to the district judge of Louis- District judge iana, for the year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hun- of:Lo01s,!ln,1• dred and forty-eight, six hundred dollars, being the deficiency , of the appropriation for that year, and eight hundred dollars for the year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and forty-nine, under ihe provision of the first section of the act of seventeenth of June, eighteen hundred and forty-four.
For furnishing the President house, after the third day of Pr^STMh0Uf^ March, eighteen hundred and'forty-nine, in addition to such
sum as may be realized from ihe sale of such articles furnished for (he same by the United Stales, as may be decayed or out of repair, or unfit for use, and the President may direct to be sold, a sum not exceeding fourteen thousand dollars, to be expended under the direction of the President of the United Stales;
For annual, repairs of the Capitol, and attendance on furnaces in the crypt, attendance on water closels,for public gartlcapitoi and ener and laborers, and cartage on the Capitol grounds; tools, wire, leather, nails, stakes, boxes, straw for grounds, and whilewashing, gravelling the walks in the Capitol grounds, manure and trees for ground; repairs of public stables, flagging, enclosures, ifcc; keeping in order the iron pipes that convey water to the Capitol and public offices, and repairing the damage by freshets; brooms, brushes, wooden spades, shovelling snow; repairing -abutments at Tiber creek, and building protecting walls; enclosing and improving the public grounds at the north, soutfi, and west of the Capitol, and the open triangular spaces on Pennsylvania, avenue, seventeen thousand dollars; Ff>r annual repairs of President's house, gardener, and laaground!.011" '■10rers> gravelling the walks in President's square, manure, leather, nails, tools, (fee; and repairs of fence at Lafayette square, Fountain square, President's square, and President's garden, cartage, <fec, three thousand five hundred dollars; , . . „ Fot lighting Pennsylvania avenue from Capitol square 10 the
Lighting Fenu- m v-» I - 1 J ,. ■ , _
syivania avenue. I reasury Department, and compensation for one lamplighter 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; corporation or To reimburse the corporation of Washington the cosl of Jn'luKccoi! erec,'nD ,ne half of the City Hall building, granted to, and or me city Haii. occupied by, the Government for the circuit, district, and criminal courts of the United States, thirty thousand dollars, the same to be expended by the said corporation in finishing the exterior of the said building under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury: Provided, That rooms enough l>e set apirt for the use of the United States in the District of Columbia, the Secretary of the Treasury to be the judge as to the sufficiency of the rooms so provided; Auiii'ryguard. For compensation and contingent expenses of the auxiliary
guard, six thousand seven hundred and seventy-five dollars; coast survey. p01 survey 0f t|ie coa3t 0f me United States, including compensation to superintendent and assistants, one hundred and eighty-six thousand dollars;
Charts of bay
For priming two thousand charts of the bay of San Franciscan Francisco, c0 ancj rjver Sacramento, under resolution of the House of Representatives of the fifteenth of January, eighteen hundred and forty-nine, two hundred and sixty-dollars; Penn. ar-snue. For completing the centte strip of Pennsylvania avenue 10
fifteenth street west, one thousand two hundred dollars; Charts of .ur- *'or Polishing an atlas of charts, of the surveys of the vey« of north northern and northwestern lakes, made under various appro^ iak«! prialions, under the direction of the Secretary of War, five thousand dollars;