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Thirtieth Congress,
thiFirst Session,
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BE IT ENACTED
By the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in
Congress Assembled.

That the following sums be, and hereby are, appro-
priated, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise
appropriated, for the objects hereinafter expressed, for the
year ending the thirtieth day of June one thousand eight
hundred and forty-nine, namely:
Legislative.
For compensation and mileage of Senators and mem-
bers of the House of Representatives and delegates, three hund-
red and eighty-eight thousand four hundred and forty
dollars: ^(^Provided, That no member of either House of Con-
gress after the present session shall be allowed a larger sum for
mileage than one thousand dollars for each session, and act of
Congress to the contrary notwithstanding:^)^
For compensation of the officers and clerks of both Houses of Congress, thirty-nine thousand five hundred and fifty-seven dollars and fifty cents.
For stationery, fuel, printing, and all other contingent expenses of the Senate, seventy-five thousand dollars.

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For stationery, fuel, printing, and all other contingent ex-
penses of the House of Representatives & including the compensation of a clerk to the Sergeant-at-arms, at
the rate of four dollars per day during the present session, one hundred and—
seventeen thousand seven hundred and fifty six dol-
lars and fifty cents.
Library of Congress.
For compensation of librarian, two assistant librari-
ans, and messenger of the library, four thousand five
hundred dollars.
For contingent expenses of said library, eight hund-
red dollars.
For purchase of books for said library, five thou-
sand dollars.
For purchase of law books for said library, one
thousand dollars.
^For paying &c^
Executive.
For compensation of the President of the United States, twenty-five thousand dollars.
For compensation of the Vice President of the United States, five thousand dollars.
Department of State
For compensation of the Secretary of State, and the clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger in his office, including a salary of two thousand dollars per annum for a clerk, whose duty it shall be to examine claims of the citizens of the United States against Foreign Governments, & claims of the latter against the former, and to perform such other duties as the Secretary of State may designate, twenty eight thousand three hundred dollars:
For the incidental & contingent expenses of said department, viz:

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For publishing the laws, and packing and dis-
tributing the laws and documents, including proof
reading, labor, boxes, and transportation, nine thou-
sand dollars.
For publishing in newspapers of the States and
Territories the laws of the United States, ten thousand
eight hundred and fifty dollars.
For stationery, blank books, binding, labor and
attendance, furniture, fixtures, repairs, painting and
glazing, four thousand four hundred dollars.
For printing, (letter press and copper plates ad-
vertising, books and maps, two thousand dollars.
For newspapers, two hundred dollars.
For miscellaneous items, one thousand dollars.
For extra clerk hire, two thousand dollars.
For compensation of Superintendant and three ^four^ watch-
men of the northeast executive building, one thousand three ^seven^
hundred and forty five ^ten^ dollars.
For contingent expences of said building, viz:
For labor fuel and light, two thousand two hundred dollars.
For miscellaneous items, one thousand one hundred dollars.
For the purchase of such scientific works as are necessary for the use of the Patent Office, fifteen hundred dollars;
For compensation of Librarian three hundred dollars;
For the collection of Agricultural statistics, and other

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purposes, thirty five hundred dollars, which several Sums,
amounting in the whole to^ (^six^)^ ^five^ thousand ^ (^eight^)^ ^three^ hundred dollars,
Shall be paid out of the Patent fund.
^ (^For defraying the expenses of chemical analyses of veget-
able substances produced and used for the food of man and^X^
animals in the United States, to be expended under the direct-
ion of the Commissioner of Patents, one thousand dollars; the
Said Sum to be paid out of the Patent fund.^)^
Treasury Department.
For compensation of the Secretary of the Treasury, and the
Clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger in his office, twenty-
seven thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars.
For compensation of the First Comptroller, and the
clerks, messenger, and assistant messengers in his office, twenty-
eight thousand ^five hundred^ and fifty dollars: ^ (^Provided, that from and
after the first of July, eighteen hundred and forty eight, the
salary of the First Comptroller shall be reduced to three
thousand dollars per annum.^)^
For compensation of the Second Comptroller, and the
clerks and messenger in his office, including the salary of an
additional clerk at twelve hundred dollars, authorised by
the act of third March, eighteen hundred and forty-seven,
and hereby continued for one year ^16.450^^ (^ fifteen thousand nine
hundred and fifty^)^ dollars: ^ (^Provided, that from and
after the first of July, eighteen hundred and forty-
eight, the salary of the Second Comptroller shall be redu-
ced to two thousand five hundred dollars per annum^)^.

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For compensation of ^(^three ^)^^six^ additional clerks in Said
office for one year, at twelve hundred dollars each, ^(^three ^)^^seven^
thousand ^(^Six^)^ ^two^ hundred dollars;
For compensation of the First auditor, and the clerks and
messenger in his office, including the salaries of two addi-
tional clerks, authorized by the act of third March, eighteen
hundred and forty-seven, at one thousand ^one hundred & fifty^ dollars each,
and hereby continued for one year ^and of an additional &c^, twenty-^two^^(^one^)^ thousand
^(^four^)^)^eight^ hundred dollars:^(^ Provided, that from and after the
first of July, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, the salary
of the First Auditor shall be reduced to two thousand five
hundred dollars per annum^)^.
For compensation of the Second Auditor, and the
clerks and messenger in his office, including the salaries of
three additional clerks at one thousand one hundred and
fifty dollars each, authorized by the act of third March,
eighteen hundred and forty-seven and the salaries of nine
additional clerks at one thousand dollars each, (said addi-
tional clerks being hereby authorized to be employed
for one year,) and including two hundred and eighty-
three dollars and twenty cents as compensation to A. B.
Morton, for services in said office in eighteen hundred and
forty-seven, thirty-eight thousand ^six^^(^ one^)^ hundred and thirty-
three dollars and twenty cents:
For compensation of thirteen additional clerks which the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized to employ for a period of twelve months from and after the pas-

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sage of this act, ^(^ at a daily compensation not exceeding three
dollars^)^, for the purpose of expediting as far as possible the
settlement of the accounts of paymasters of the army of
the United States and the accounts for arrears of pay of dis-
charged and deceased officers and soldiers, recruiting of-
ficers accounts, and the accounts of Captains of companies
for company clothing and equipments, the Sum of ^thirteen^^(^ twelve^)^
thousand dollars; ^(^Provided; that from and after the first
of July, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, the salary of
the Second Auditor shall be reduced to two thousand five
hundred dollars per annum.^)^
For compensation of Third Auditor, and the clerks,
messenger and assistant messenger in his office, thirty-
^(^seven^)^^eight^ thousand ^three^ ^(^eight^)^ hundred and fifty dollars:
^(^Provided, That from and after the first of July, eighteen
hundred and forty-eight, the salary of the Third Auditor
shall be reduced to two thousand five hundred dollars per annum^)^.
For compensation of six additional clerks in said
office for one year—two, at twelve hundred dollars each,
and four, at one thousand dollars each, six thousand
four hundred dollars:
For compensation of the Fourth Auditor, and the
clerks and messenger in his office, including four hund-
red and two dollars for services rendered by William
Browne in said office, in eighteen hundred and forty-
seven, twenty thousand and ^five hundred^ and fifty two dollars;
^(^Provided, That from and after the first of July, eighteen

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hundred and forty-eight, the salary of the Fourth
Auditor shall be reduced to two thousand five hund-
red dollars per annum^)^:
For compensation of two clerks in said office at
one thousand dollars each authorized by the act of
third March eighteen hundred and forty five, and
hereby continued for one year, two thousand dollars;
For compensation of the Fifth Auditor, and the clerks
and messenger in his office, including the salary of an
additional clerk at eight hundred dollars per annum,
fifteen thousand ^(^one^)^^six^ hundred dollars: ^(^Provided,
That from and after the first of July, eighteen hundred
and forty-eight, the salary of the Fifth Auditor shall be
reduced to two thousand five hundred dollars per annum^)^.
For compensation of the Treasurer of the United
States, and the clerks and messenger in his office, thir-
teen thousand ^(^two^)^^seven^ hundred and fifty dollars:
^(^Provided, That from and after the first of July, eighteen
hundred and forty-eight, the salary of the Treasurer shall
be reduced to two thousand five hundred dollars per annum:^)^
For compensation of the Register of the Treasury; and
the clerks and messenger, and assistant messengers in his
office, twenty-eight thousand ^(^three^)^^eight^ hundred dollars;
^(^Provided, That from and after the first of July, eight-
een hundred and forty-eight, the salary of the Re-
gister of the Treasury shall be reduced to two thousand
five hundred dollars per annum^)^.

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For compensation of the Commissioner of the
General Land Office, and the recorder, draughtsman,
assistant draughtsman, clerks, messengers, assist-
ant messengers, and packers in his office, eighty-
four thousand seven hundred and eighty-eight, dol-
lars and seventy-five cents;
For compensation of eight additional clerks
in said office for one year at one thousand dollars
each, eight thousand dollars:
For compensation of the Solicitor of the
Treasury, and the clerks and messenger in his office,
thirteen thousand ^(^one^)^^six^ hundred and fifty dollars, the sal-
ary of the copying clerk, under the act of June seven-
teen, eighteen hundred and forty-four, in this office,
being hereby increased to eight hundred dollars per
annum, from the first day of July, eighteen hundred
and forty-eight: ^(^Provided, That from and after
the first of July, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, the
salary of the Solicitor shall be reduced to three
thousand dollars per annum^)^.

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Contingent expenses of the
Treasury Department
In the office of the Secretary of the Treasury:
For blank books, binding, stationery, labor, com-
pensation for carrying the department mails, translations,
printing, including the public accounts, and for collecting
and preparing information to be laid before Congress, ^(^ten^)^^fifteen^
thousand two hundred dollars.
For miscellaneous expenses, two thousand eight
hundred dollars.—^(^Insert Mayo’s $900^)^. ^(^Sheber[?]ham
In the office of the First Comptroller:
For blank books, binding, stationery, printing, and
labor, one thousand seven hundred dollars.
For miscellaneous items, three hundred dollars.
In the office of the Second Comptroller:
For blank books, binding, stationery, and printing
blanks, including pay for the National Intelligencer and
Union, to be filed, bound, and preserved for the use of
the office, seven hundred dollars:
For labor, office furniture, and miscellaneous items
eight hundred dollars.
In the office of the First Auditor:
For blank books, binding, stationery, labor, and print-
ing blanks, one thousand dollars.
For miscellaneous items ^(^two^)^^seven^ hundred & fifty dollars.
In the office of the Second Auditor;
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ing blanks, one thousand eight hundred and sixty dollars.
In the office of the Third Auditor:
For blank books, binding, printing, stationery and labor, eight hundred dollars.
For miscellaneous items, two hundred dollars.
In the office of the Fourth Auditor:
For blank books, binding, stationery, printing and labor, seven hundred and fifty dollars.
For miscellaneous items, two hundred dollars.
In the office of the Fifth Auditor:
For blank books, binding, stationery, and labor three hundred and seventy-five dollars.
For miscellaneous items, three hundred and fifty dollars.
In the office of the Treasurer:
For blank books, binding, and stationery, four hundred and twenty-five dollars.
For labor, three hundred and seventy-five dollars.
For printing, two hundred dollars.
For miscellaneous items five hundred dollars.
In the office of the Register of the Treasury:
For blank books, binding, printing, stationery, and labor, two thousand dollars.
For miscellaneous items, one thousand dollars.
In office of Commissioner of the General Land Office:
For tract books, three thousand three hundred and twenty-seven dollars.

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For stationery, including blank books, and blank forms for the district land offices, pieces of parchment and printing patents, advertising land sales in newspapers and hand bill form, public notices, and printing circulars, office furniture, and repairs of the same, and pay of laborers employed in the office, twenty-five thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight dollars and seventy-five cents.
For miscellaneous items, seven hundred dollars.
In the office of the Solicitor of the Treasury:
For blank books, binding, stationery, printing circulars and blank forms for returns of district attornies, marshals, clerks of courts, collectors of the customs and labor, one thousand and fifty dollars.
For statutes and reports of the several States one thousand dollars;
For cases for books and papers, fifteen hundred dollars;
For miscellaneous items, two hundred dollars
For compensation of a superintendent and eight watchmen of the southeast executive building, three thousand four hundred and twenty dollars.
For contingent expenses of said building, viz: for labor, fuel and light, seven thousand seven hundred dollars;
For rent of additional rooms & four watchmen, and including iron safes, hose to guard against fire, fuel, repairs and labor, six thousand nine hundred and sixty five.
For miscellaneous items, one thousand seven hundred dollars.

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War Department.
For compensation of the Secretary of War, and the clerks,
messenger and assistant messenger in his office, ^(^seventeen^)^^eighteen^
thousand ^(^eight^)^^two^ hundred and fifty dollars.
For compensation of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs,
and the clerks, messenger and assistant messenger in his
office, eighteen thousand^(^ five^)^^seven^ hundred dollars: ^(^Provided,
That from and after the first of July eighteen hundred and forty-
eight, the salary of the Commissioner of Indian affairs shall be re-
duced to two thousand five hundred dollars pre annum:^)^
For the compensation of the Commissioner of Pensions, and
the clerks and messengers in his office, including twenty three thousand
four hundred and twenty-two dollars and fifty six cents, for
per diem compensation to twenty ^seven^ additional clerks on County
land business, forty ^one^ thousand, ^(^five hundred^)^ and
twenty-two dollars and fifty six cents: ^the Salary &c.^
For compensation of the clerk and messenger in the office
of the commanding general, one thousand^(^ five hundred
dollars.
For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the
office of the Adjutant General, ^including &c^ ^(^Seven thousand six hund-
red and fifty dollars^)^.
For compensation of clerks temporarily employed
in said office ^(^two^)^^one^ thousand dollars.
For compensation of the extra clerk employed in said office, one month and five days during the fiscal year ending June thirtieth eighteen hundred and forty-seven, one hundred dollars.
For compensation of clerks and messenger in the office of the quartermaster general, seven thousand three hundred dollars.

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^276^For clerks and messenger in the office of clothing and equipage, at Philadelphia, four thousand two hundred dollars.
For compensation of clerks and messenger in the office of the paymaster general, nine thousand one hundred dollars.
For compensation of clerks and messenger in the office of the commissary-general of subsistence, five thousand three hundred dollars: For compensation of three additional clerks in said office, for one year, at one thousand dollars each, three thousand dollars:
For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of the chief engineer, five thousand six hundred and fifty dollars.
For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of the surgeon general, two thousand six hundred and fifty dollars.
For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of the colonel of ordnance, eight thousand six hundred and fifty dollars:
For compensation of one clerk temporarily employed in said office, six hundred and nine dollars.
For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the bureau of topographical engineers, four thousand nine hundred dollars.
Contingencies of the War Department.
For the incidental and contingent expenses of said Department, and the various offices and bureaus connected therewith, viz:

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In the office of the Secretary of War:
For blank books, binding, stationery, labor and printing, and newspapers and periodicals, one thousand four hundred and fifty dollars.
For books, maps and plans, one thousand dollars.
For miscellaneous items, five hundred and fifty dollars.
In the office of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs:
For blank books, binding and stationery five hundred dollars.
For labor, one hundred dollars
For miscellaneous items, four hundred dollars.
In the office of the Commissioner of Pensions:
For stationery, blank books, binding, printing blank forms and regulations, advertising and fuel, one thousand two hundred dollars.
For miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars.
In the office of the Commanding General:
For miscellaneous items, three hundred dollars.
In the office of the Adjutant General:
For printing army register and orders, blank books, binding and stationery, one thousand two hundred dollars.
For miscellaneous items, two hundred dollars.

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^30^In the office of the Quartermaster General, including the office at Philadelphia:
For blank books, binding, stationery, labor and printing, five hundred dollars. For extra clerk hire, five thousand dollars;
For miscellaneous items, two hundred dollars.
In the office of the Paymaster General:
For blank books, binding, stationery and fuel, one thousand dollars.
For miscellaneous items, four hundred dollars.
In the office of the Commissary General of Subsistence:
For blank books, binding, stationery, printing, advertising, labor and fuel, two thousand dollars.
For miscellaneous items, one hundred and fifty dollars.
In the office of Chief Engineer.
For blank books, binding, stationery, fuel and printing, seven hundred dollars.
For miscellaneous items, three hundred dollars.
In the office of the Surgeon General:
For blank books, binding, stationery, printing and fuel, one hundred and eighty-five dollars.
For miscellaneous items, Sixty five dollars.
In the office of the Colonel of Ordnance:
For blank books, binding, stationery, printing and fuel, four hundred dollars.
For miscellaneous items, four hundred dollars.
In the bureau of Topographical Engineers.
For blank books, binding, stationery, labor and fuel,

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seven hundred and fifty dollars.
For miscellaneous items, five hundred dollars.
For compensation of superintendent and four watch-
men of the northwest executive building, one thousand
seven hundred and ten dollars.
For the contingent expenses of said building, viz:
for labor, fuel and light, two thousand four hundred dollars.
For rent of additional offices and fuel for the same ^(^eight^)^^ten^ thousand five
hundred dollars, Provided, that the said appropriation for rent shall not be con-
strued into a pledge or guarantee on the part of the Government to rent said offices after
the present appropriation os exhausted.
For miscellaneous items one thousand six hundred dollars.
Navy Department.
For compensation of the Secretary of the Navy, and the
clerks, messenger and assistant messenger in his office,
twenty-one thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars.
For compensation of the chief of the Bureau of Na-
vy Yards and Docks, and of the civil engineer, draughts-
man clerks and messenger, in his office, including a salary of one thou-
sand dollars for an additional clerk for one year, eleven thousand four hundred dollars.
For compensation of the chief of the Bureau of Ord-
nance and Hydrography, and of the draughtsman, clerks
and messenger, in his office, nine thousand four hund-
red dollars.
For compensation of the chief of the Bureau of
Construction, Equipment and Repairs, and of the assist-
ant constructor, draughtsman, clerks and messenger, in
his office, thirteen thousand one hundred dollars.

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For compensation of the chief naval constructor
and the engineer-in-chief, six thousand dollars.
For compensation of the chief of the Bureau of Pro-
visions and Clothing, and of the Clerks and messenger
in his office, ^(^five^)^^nine^ thousand ^(^eight^)^^three^ hundred dollars:
Provided, that ^(^(hereafter^)^^when a vacancy shall occur^ a ^(^captain^)^^purser^ of the Navy of the
United States ^of not less than 10 years standing^ shall be assigned to duty as head of said bu-
reau, receiving for his services no compensation, except
his ^highest service^ pay as a ^(^captain^)^; ^purser^
For compensation of the chief of the Bureau of Medi-
cine and Surgery, and of the clerks, assistant surgeon and
messenger, in his office, six thousand eight hundred dollars.
For contingent expenses of said department, and all
the bureaus connected therewith, viz:
For blank books, binding, stationery, printing and labor,
four thousand dollars.
For newspapers and periodicals, two hundred dollars.
For miscellaneous items, one thousand & six hundred dollars.
For compensation of superintendent and three watchmen
of the southwest executive building, one thousand and three hund-
red and forty five dollars.
For contingent expenses of said building viz:
For labor, fuel and light, one thousand six hund-
red and seventy five dollars.
For miscellaneous items, one thousand one hundred
and fifty dollars.
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Post Office Department.
For compensation of the Postmaster General, three
Assistant Postmasters General, clerks, messengers, assistant
messengers and watchmen, of the said department, seventy-
^(^four^)^^six^thousand ^(^six^)^^one^ hundred dollars. .For compensation of four clerks under
the act of nineteenth May eighteen hundred forty eight ^for six months^ at the rate of one thousand
dollars each, per annum, two thousand dollars;
For compensation to temporary clerks, two ^x^ thousand dollars;
For compensation of the superintendent of the post-
office building, two hundred and fifty dollars.
For the contingent expenses of said department, viz:
For blank books, binding, stationery, fuel, oil, labor, print-
ing and day watchmen, six thousand one hundred and
sixty dollars.
For miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars.
For repairs of the post office building, repairs of the
furnaces, white-washing, glazing, casing fire-places and
mending office furniture, five hundred dollars.
For compensation of the Auditor of the Post Office
Department, and of the clerks, messenger and assistant
messenger, in his office, eighty-five thousand ^(^Seven^)^^eight^
hundred dollars. ^(^Provided, that from and after the first day of
July eighteen hundred and forty-eight, the salary of the Auditor
of the Post Office Department shall be reduced to two thousand
five hundred dollars per annum^)^;
For contingent expenses of said office, viz:
For labor, blank books, binding, stationery, printing blanks, and circulars, seven thousand seven hundred dollars;
For miscellaneous items, one thousand dollars.

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^440^ Surveyors and their Clerks.
For compensation of the Surveyor General, northwest of the Ohio, and the clerks in his office, eight thousand three hundred dollars.
For compensation of the Surveyor General of Illinois & Missouri, and the clerks in his office, five thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars.
For compensation of the Surveyor General of Louisiana, ^451^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.
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^467^at the Potomac bridge, including oil for lamps, and machinery, fire wood and repairs, four thousand two hundred and ninety dollars.
Mint of the United States.
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.
^475^ 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 Carolina, viz;
For salaries of superintendant, assayer, coiner and clerk, 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.

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^491^At 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.
^499^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 on hand, twenty-nine thousand two hundred dollars.
Judiciary
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.

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^516.^ 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.^x^
For contingent expenses of the office of the Attorney General, five hundred dollars.
^524^For salary of the reporter of the decisions of the 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; 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, & for the apprehension & safe keeping of prisoners, four hundred and forty-three thousand dollars; ^(^Provided, however, that

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hereafter in lieu of all fees, emoluments and receipts now
allowed for taking and certifying the depositions of wit-
nesses 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 compensa-
tion; And provided further, that all books in the offices
of the clerks of the Circuit and District Courts of the
United States containing the docket or minute of the judg-
ments or decrees 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.
Miscellaneous.
For payment of annuities and grants by special acts
of Congress, seven hundred and fifty dollars:
For compensation and contingent expenses of the
auxiliary guard, six thousand seven hundred and
seventy five dollars;
For annual repairs of the Capitol, attendance on furnaces in the crypt; attendance on water closets; cleaning rotundo, 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

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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 pro-
tecting 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 Pennsylvania avenue enclosing a part
of the public grounds at the President 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 fen
ces, grading said grounds, for suitable trees for planting nurs-
ery, seventeen thousand four hundred and ninety seven
dollars and fifty cents:
For lighting Pennsylvania Avenue from the Capitol
square to the Treasury Department, and compensation
for one lamplighter for the same ^& for lighting^ ^(^one thousand six hund-
red and thirty five dollars^)^;
For annual repairs ^and painting^ of Presidents House, gardener
and laborers, manure, leather, nails, tools, cartage, &.c. for
the grounds about the same, repairs of the fence at La-
fayette square, Fountain square, President garden, and
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For sprinkling Pennsylvania Avenue during the ses-
sions of Congress, one thousand dollars:
For pay for removing the mast and lantern above
the dome of the Capitol, three hundred and twenty-three
dollars, and for the purchase and 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:
For laying gas pipes from ^the main gas pipe &c^ ^(^the west gate of the Capi-
tol grounds to^)^ the foot of fifteenth street, on both sides of Penn-
sylvania avenue and for one hundred lamp posts and
lamps and other necessary fixtures, and for work and ma-
terials rendered and supplied in establishing the same, to
be expended under the direction of the Commissioner of Pub-
lic Buildings, a sum not exceeding ten thousand dollars:
For laying eight hundred feet of gas pipe from the foot of fifteenth street to the Presidents 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 chandaliers, four six-light do, six eight light do. two twelve light do. altering chandaliers in the east room, and for all other necessary fixtures for completing the same to be expended

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under the direction of the Commissioner of Public Buildings,
^for p[?]ing &c^a sum not exceeding five thousand dollars;
^37a^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.
^38^For necessary repairs of the public property at the
Lazaretto, Philadelphia, eight hundred and thirty two dollars.
For survey of the coast 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 Districts 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 forty four, at the rate of fifteen cents for each application for relief under said act, six thousand and one hundred and sixty-six 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;
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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 Flor-
ida, three hundred and four dollars and five cents:
For salaries of assistant treasurers of the United
States at New York Boston, Charleston and St. Louis,
eleven thousand five hundred dollars; ^(^Provided, That
the salary of the assistant treasurer resident in the city
of New York, shall be reduced, from and after the passage
of this act, to three thousand dollars per annum;^)^
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 of one hundred dollars per annum, to the salary of each of said clerks from the first day of July eighteen hundred and forty-eight, nine thousand dollars;
For salary of chief clerk to the assistant treasurer, New York, one thousand five hundred dollars;
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of sixth August, eighteen hundred and forty-six, fifteen
thousand dollars, ^(^Provided, That no part of said sum
of fifteen thousand dollars shall be expended for clerical
services^)^.
For compensation to special agents to examine books, accounts, and money on hand in the several depositories, under the act of sixth August, eighteen hundred and forty-six, five thousand dollars;
For ^the^ support, clothing, and medical treatment of insane paupers of the District of Columbia, five thousand seven hundred dollars;
^42^For the Warden Clerk, Physician, Chaplain, three assistant keepers, five guards, messenger and three inspectors of the Penitentiary of the District of C[o]lumbia, six thousand two hundred and eighty three dollars and eighty cents; Provided, that the Inspectors shall hereafter receive one hundred dollars each per annum, instead of the sum they now receive, and that they shall perform the duties now performed by their clerk without any additional compensation; and so much of the act of February twenty-fifth eighteen hundred thirty-one, and all other acts or parts of acts, as are inconsistent with this provision are hereby repealed:
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of the aforesaid Infirmary give bonds for the maintain-
ance of twelve pauper transient patients during one year
if application be made for their reception, or bind them-
selves to keep rooms for the accommodation for twelve pauper
patients weekly on an average during the year;
For bringing to the seat of government the votes for
President and Vice President of the United States, nine
thousand dollars; Provided: That from and after the
passage of this act, the person appointed by the electors
of any State to deliver to the President of the Senate a list
of the votes for President and Vice President, shall be al-
lowed, on delivery of said list, twelve and an half cents
for every mile of the estimated distance, by the most usu-
al rout, from the place of meeting of the electors for such
State to the seat of Government of the United States, going
and returning. And all laws and parts of laws inconsist-
ent with this proviso, are hereby repealed;
For expenses of loans and treasury notes, ^(^ten^)^^24^ thou-
sand dollars.
To make good a deficiency in the fund for the relief of sick seamen, twelve thousand dollars.
To enable the clerk of the House of Representatives to pay for two thousand seven hundred and sixty copies of the Congressional Globe and Appendix for the second session of the twenty ninth Congress delivered to the members of the House of that Congress, under the resolution of first March, eighteen hundred and forty-seven,

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eight thousand two hundred and eight dollars.
To enable the clerk of the House of Representatives to pay
for two thousand seven hundred and sixty copies of the
Congressional Globe and Appendix, of the present session,
under the resolution of first March, eighteen hundred
and forty-seven, when they shall have ^been^ delivered to the
members of the House of Representatives, sixteen thousand
five hundred and sixty dollars;
^(^For payment of the first volume of the fifth series
of the Documentary History under contract with the Sec-
retary of State, twenty four thousand, three hundred and
twenty seven dollars^)^.
To pay for three hundred and fifty copies of a compend of the revenue laws of the United States, compiled by Thomas F. Gordon, at the instance and for the use of the Treasury Department, four thousand two hundred and seventy dollars.
For furniture and fixtures for the custom-house building, including the post office, United States courtroom and offices, at Wilmington, North Carolina, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars.
For continuing the construction of the custom house in the City of Savannah, thirty thousand dollars.
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the City of New Orleans one hundred and thirty thou-
sand seven hundred and fifty eight dollars.
For paying the outstanding claims on account of
the new Custom House at Boston, and for completing
the work. twelve thousand five hundred dollars;
For repairing the Custom House at Wiscassett
in the State of Maine, and for purchasing the land
on which it stands, two thousand two hundred dollars,
to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of
the Treasury.
For refunding certain duties paid by colleges, academies, schools, and seminaries of learning in the United States, on philosophical aparatus, instruments, books, maps, and charts, agreeably to the provisions of an act passed July thirtieth, one thousand eight hundred and forty-six, entitled “An act reducing the duty on imports, and for other purposes,” the sum of seven thousand dollars: and hereafter all philosophical apparatus, instruments, books, maps and charts; statues, statuary, busts and casts, of marble, bronze, alabaster, or plaster of Paris; paintings, drawings, engravings, etchings, specimens of sculpture, cabinets of coins, medals, gems, and all collections of antiquities, provided the same be specially imported in good faith for the use of any society incorporated or established for philoso-

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phical or literary purposes, or for the encourage-
ment of the fine arts, or for the use or by the order
of any college, academy, school, or seminary of
learning in the United States, shall be imported
into the United States free of duty, anything in
the act abovenamed to the contrary notwith-
standing.
For grading and graveling Four-and-a-
half street, from Maryland avenue to the arsenal
grounds, and flagging the west side, four thousand
seven hundred and fifty dollars.
For grading and graveling Indiana
avenue, from Third street to the Capitol Hill, and
constructing culvert under the same, thirteen thou-
sand five hundred dollars.
For paving the remainder of the centre
space of Pensylvania avenue to Fifteenth street,
four thousand dollars.
For paving Fifteenth street, in front of the Trea-
sury Department, and of the street in front of the
President’s house to Seventeenth street, to be executed
in the same manner as was prescribed for the paving
of Pennsylvania avenue, twelve thousand seven
hundred dollars: Provided, that all ^the foregoing^ appropriations ^(^for
improvements ^hereby made^ upon the streets and avenues within
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of said city and that the whole of the work be let by contract
to the lowest responsible bidder or bidders after giving thirty
days notice of the letting in two of the public newspapers in
said city, and that the Secretary of War appoint an engineer
to make the necessary levels and surveys for said work.
To reimburse to the city of Washington the amount advanc-
ed to the Commissioner of Public Buildings to finish the repair
of the Potomac bridge, twelve hundred dollars.
For expenses of the survey of the boundary line between
the United States and the British Provinces, ^4.813^^(^ three thousand
three hundred and ten dollars and seventy-five cents.
For continuing the publication of the works of the explor-
ing expedition, including the printing of the charts, the pay
of the scientific corps, salary of the horticulturist, and care
of the collection, thirty thousand seven hundred and fifty-
three dollars.
To pay Samuel Walker for work done at the Norfolk Hospital, fifty dollars.
Light House Establishment.
For supplying light-houses (containing two thousand nine hundred and seventy-six lamps) with oil, tube-glasses, wicks, buff skins, whiting, and cotton cloth, transportation, and other expenses on the same, and for repairing the lighting apparatus, one hundred and forty thousand three hundred and ninety-four dollars and sixty-two cents.
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For salaries of two hundred and seventy-three keepers and fifteen assistant keepers of light-houses, (seventeen of them charged with double and three with triple lights,) including twelve hundred dollars for salary of an inspector of lights on the lakes, one hundred and fourteen thousand nine hundred and forty-eight dollars and thirty-three cents.
For salaries of thirty-one keepers of floating lights, sixteen thousand six hundred and fifty dollars.
For seamen’s wages, repairs and supplies of thirty-one floating lights, seventy-nine thousand two hundred and sixty-five dollars and two cents,
For weighing, mooring, cleansing, repairing, and supplying loss of beacons, buoys, chains, and sinkers, thirty-three thousand four hundred and sixty-six dollars and twenty-eight cents.
For expenses of superintendents in visiting the light-houses annually, and examining and reporting the condition of each, two thousand dollars.
For superintendent’s commissions on four hundred and sixty-five thousand seven hundred and thirteen dollars and ninety-two cents at two and a half per cent, eleven thousand six hundred and forty dollars and thirty-five cents: Provided, That no part of the sum hereby appropriated shall be paid to any person who receives a salary as an officer of the customs. And from and after the first day of July eighteen
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For completing the light-house on Minot’s Rock, Boston harbor, Massachusetts, ten thousand dollars.
For completing the sea-wall for the protection of the light-house on Fair-weather island, near Black Rock, Connecticut, five thousand dollars.
For completing the construction of a light-house at Monroe, Michigan, three thousand five hundred and twenty-two dollars.
For completing the construction of a light-house at Wangoshance, Michigan, thirty-eight thousand three hundred and sixty-five dollars and forty-two cents.
For completing the construction of a light-house at Carysfort Reef, Florida, twenty-nine thousand nine hundred and seventy dollars and seventy-four cents.
For completing the construction of a light house on Sand Key, Florida, thirty-nine thousand nine hundred and seventy dollars and seventy-four cents; said sum of thirty-nine thousand nine hundred and seventy dollars and seventy-four cents, and the sum of twenty thousand dollars appropriated by the act of third March, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, for a screw-pile light-house on said Key, are hereby authorized to be applied under the superintendence of the Topographical Bureau, to the erection of a cheap and durable structure adapted to the locality, anything in said act to the contrary, notwithstanding.

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Long Island Sound, twelve thousand dollars
For the erection of a beacon-light on the southwest ledge
in the harbor of New Haven, Connecticut, (in addition to the
one thousand dollars heretofore appropriated,) five thousand
dollars, or for the removal of said ledge, as the Secretary of
the Treasury may deem best.
Surveys of Public Lands.
For surveying, in addition to the unexpended balance of former
appropriations, viz:
For surveying the public lands, including incidental expens-
es, to be apportioned to the several districts according to the exigen-
cies of the public service; the part to be applied to the surveys of
the mineral regions of Michigan, Wisk ^c^onso ^i^n and Iowa, and to the lo-
cation of private claims in Florida, to be disbursed at augmented
rates, ^one hundred & fifteen^ ^(^sixty-five^)^ thousand dollars.
For detached surveys in the southern part of Missouri, at a rate not exceeding five dollars per mile, on account of the difficulties in surveying lakes and swamps, four thousand dollars.
For correction of erroneous and defective surveys in Illinois and Missouri, at a rate not exceeding six dollars per mile, one thousand two hundred dollars.
For retracing in the State of Mississippi, to supply lost field notes, and for the location of private claims, two thousand four hundred dollars.
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For retracing in the state of Alabama to supply field
notes destroyed by fire, six thousand and fifty dollars:
For additional compensation to certain deputies as set
forth in the report of the surveyor general of Florida, three
thousand dollars:
For mineral land service to carry out the requirements of the acts of
the first and third March, eighteen hundred and forty seven, viz:
For compensation of geologists, assistant geologists,
laborers, packmen and incidental expenses attending the
geological examination and survey of the mineral lands
in Michigan, Wisconsan, and Iowa, including the amount
required for the third and fourth quarters of the year end-
ing the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and forty-eight,
forty thousand dollars:
For compensation of agent, assistant agent and incidental expenses in collecting the rents required by the leases and permits issued to miners and others in Michigan and Wisconsan, three thousand four hundred dollars:
Intercourse with Foreign Nations.
For salaries of the ministers of the United States to Great Britain, France, Russia, Prussia, Spain & Brazil, fifty four thousand dollars: and for outfit of said minister to Russia, nine thousand dollars:
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thousand dollars.
For salary of the dragoman to the legation to Turkey, two
thousand five hundred dollars.
For salaries of the chargés des affaires to Portugal,
Austria, Denmark, Sweden, Holland, Belgium,
Naples, Sardinia, the Papal States, Chili, Peru, New
Granada, Venezuela, Buenos Ayres, Bolivia, Gua-
temala and Ecuador, seventy-six thousand five
hundred dollars.
For contingent expenses of all the missions
abroad, thirty thousand dollars.
For contingent expenses of foreign inter-
course, thirty thousand dollars.
For intercourse with the Barbary
Powers, ^(^ten^)^^nine^ thousand dollars.
For salary of the consul at London, two
thousand dollars.
For salary of the commissioner to the
Sandwich Islands, three thousand dollars.
For paying John Randolph Clay, late Secretary of legation at St. Petersburgh, on account of his services as chargé des affaires at said Court, from the twenty-seventh day of January, eighteen hundred and forty-six, to the eighteenth day of August eighteen hundred and forty-seven, after the rate of four thousand five hundred dollars per annum, deducting his pay as

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Secretary of legation at two thousand dollars per
annum—the sum of three thousand nine hun-
dred and ten dollars and seventy-six cents: Provided
the Secretary of State shall be satisfied that the
service was performed and is still unpaid for.
For paying Eben Ritchie Dorr for diplo-
matic services at the republic of Chili from the
seventeenth day of June eighteen hundred
and forty-four, until the nineteenth day of
August eighteen hundred and forty-five, five
thousand two hundred and sixty-two dollars.
For paying Jacob L. Martin, late Secretary
of legation of the United States at Paris, for his
services as chargé des affaires of the United
States near the French government from fif-
teenth day of September eighteen hundred
and forty-six to the first day of July eighteen
hundred and forty-seven, being the time interve-
ning between the recall of our late minister,
Mr. King, and the arrival of Mr. Rush, after
the rate of four thousand five hundred dol-
lars per annum (deducting his pay as sec-
retary of legation) the sum of two thousand
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said place from the twenty-eighth day of June
eighteen hundred and forty-seven to the twenty-
eighth day of June eighteen hundred and forty-
eight, being the interval between the death of
Alexander H. Everett, late commissioner at
Canton, and the probable arrival of the present
commissioner, John W. Davis, Esqr. after the
rate of four thousand five hundred dollars
per annum (after deducting his salary as such
secretary) the sum of two thousand dollars.
For paying A. T. Donnet for services as
acting chargé d’affaires to Portugal from nine-
teenth April to twenty-fourth December, eight-
een hundred and forty-0ne, three thousand
and sixty-nine dollars and eighty-six cents.
For interpreters, guards, and other expenses of the consulates at Constantinople, Smyrna, and Alexandria, one thousand five hundred dollars.
For salary of a commissioner to reside in China, five thousand dollars.
For salary of the interpreter and secretary to the said mission, two thousand five hundred dollars.
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penses of the office of the consul of the United
States at London, two thousand eight hundred
dollars.
For salary of the consul at Beyroot, five hundred dollars.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the third section of the “act making appropriations for the civil and diplomatic expenses of government for the year ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hundred and forty-seven, and for other purposes,” approved the tenth of August, one thousand eight hundred and forty-six, be and the same is hereby revived and continued in force for the fiscal year ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hundred and forty-nine.
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Passed the House of Representatives.
July. 22nd 1848.
Attest.
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Making appropriations for the civil and diplomatic expenses of government for the year ending the thirtieth day of June, one thousand eight hundred and forty-nine, and for other purposes.
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Mission
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In the Senate of the United States
August 5th, 1848.
Resolved, That this bill pass with amendments.
Attest,
Secretary.
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