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Chief clerk.

Five additional clerks.

Messenger.

tieth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty, at the rate of three thousand dollars per annum, three thousand eight hundred and seventy-five dollars.

For salary of chief clerk in the office of the Commissioner of Customs, from the first of July, eighteen hundred and fortynine, to the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty, at the rate of one thousand seven hundred dollars per annum, one thousand seven hundred dollars.

For salaries of five additional clerks in the office of the Commissioner of Customs from the first October, eighteen hundred and forty-nine, to the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty, at the rate of one thousand dollars per annum, three thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For contingent expenses of the office of the Commissioner Contingencies. of Customs, one thousand dollars.

In the office of the First Comptroller. For salary of one messenger in the office of the First Comp. troller, from the first of July, eighteen hundred and forty-nine, to the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty, seven hun. dred dollars.

In the Register's office. For contingent expenses of the cífice of the Register of the Contingencies. Treasury, being an amount due to J. C. McGuire, for printing, ruling and binding books and abstracts for statements of the commerce and navigation, blank enrolments and licenses, ledgers and other books, under the act of the third of March, eighteen hundred and forty-nine, in relation to the advances to collectors and receivers of public moneys, and the settlement incident thereto, and for desks and other furniture, three thousand five hundred and forty-six dollars and twenty-five cents.

In the office of the Second Auditor. For amount required to meet outstanding claims for contingent expenses incurred in eighteen hundred and forty-eight, by claims. the Second Auditor of the Treasury in fitting up his office, one thousand six hundred and ninety-five dollars and eighty-five cents.

For deficiency of appropriation for the contingent expenses of the southeast executive building for the fiscal year ending the 30th June, eighteen hundred and forty eight, three thou- esutive building, sand four hundred and seventy-four dollars and ninety cents.

For deficiency in the appropriation for the contingent ex. penses of the southeast executive building for the fiscal year

ecutive building, ending the 30th of June, eighteen hundred and forty-nine, 1849. five thousand four hundred and fifty-eight dollars and forty-four cents.

For deficiency in the appropriation for the contingent expenses of the southeast executive building for the fiscal year

ecutive building, ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty, seven 1850. Thousand one hundred and seventy-eight dollars.

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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.

Chief clerk and other officers.

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In the office of the Secretary of the Interior. Secretary, For salary of the Secretary of the Interior from the ninth of

March, eighteen hundred and forty-nine, to the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty, at the rate of six thousand dollars per annum, seven thousand nine hundred dollars.

For salaries of the chief clerk and other clerks in the office of the Secretary of the Interior, from the ninth of March, eighteen hundred and forty-nine, to the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty, fourteen thousand fiye hundred and sixty-eight dollars and thirty-two cents: Provided, That thereafter the clerks shall be transferred from the other Departments in proportion to the business transferred to the Department of the Interior, or from the bureaus of either Departments, and nothing herein contained shall be construed to authorize any increase of clerical force in the several Departments in consequence of the creation of the Department of the Interior, above the specification of the law of March third, eighteen hundred

and forty-nine. Messengers, &c.

For salary of messenger and laborer in the office of the Secretary of the Interior to the thirtieth of June, eighteen' hundred and forty-nine, two hundred and sixty-nine dollars and thirtysix cents.

For salaries of messengers and laborers in the office of the Secretary of the Interior from the first of July, eighteen hundred and forty-nine, to the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred

and fifty, two thousand dollars. Contingencies. For books, stationery, furniture, fuel, and other contingen

cies of the office of the Secretary of the Interior for the fiscal year ending the 30th of June, eighteen hundred and fifty, five

thousand dollars. Library, &c.

For library, maps, &c., for the office of the Secretary of the Interior for the fiscal year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty, five hundred dollars.

In the office of the Commissioner of Pensions. Temporary For compensation to temporary clerks employed in the office

of the Commissioner of Pensions, from the first of July, eighteen hundred and forty-nine, to the thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and fifty, six thousand five hundred and twenty-nine dollars and seventy-eight cents.

For compensation of nine extra clerks, employed under the act of August, eighteen hundred and forty-two, during the session of Congress, in the Third Auditor's office, and for contin

gencies incident thereto, five thousand dollars. Contingencies. For deficiency in the appropriation for the contingent, ex

penses of the office of the First Auditor of the Treasury, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and fifty, six hundred and fifty dollars,

clerks.

Nine elerks,

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WAR DEPARTMENT.

In the ofice of the Surgeon General. For arrearages in the office of the Surgeon General for fur- Surg’n General. niture, two hundred and twenty-five dollars.

For expenses of military reconnoissance in Texas, including Reconnoissance examination of a new route from San Antonio, Texas, to El of route Paso, in New Mexico, made in the year one thousand eight Mexico. hundred and forty-nine, three thousand nine hundred and sixty-seven dollars and seventeen cents.

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POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT.

For compensation to temporary clerks employed upon the Temporary current business of the Post Office Department, for the fiscal clerks. year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty, eleven thousand nine hundred and seventy-two dollars and eighty-two cents.

TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT.

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For contingent expenses of the Territory of Minnesota, six Minnesota con hundred and fifty dollars: and for deficiencies in the appropria- salaries of offition for the salaries of the Governor, three Judges, and Secretary of the said Territory, for the present fiscal year, three thousand two hundred and nine dollars and sixty-seven cents.

For a deficiency in the last appropriation to defray the ex- Deficiency sup penses of the Government of the Territory of Minnesota, nine plied. Thousand six hundred and forty-five dollars and sixteen cents, the accounts for which shall, before payment, be audited and settled by the proper accounting officers of the Treasury.

INTERCOURSE WITH FOREIGN NATIONS.

For outfit of the Minister resident at Constantinople, six Minister at Conthousand dollars.

stantinople. For outfit of a Chargé d'Affaires to Naples, four thousand Charge to Na

ples. five hundred dollars.

For one year's salary of a Secretary of Legation to Chili, Legation 1 Chili. two thousand dollars.

Minister to PrusFor outfit of the Minister to Prussia, nine thousand dollars. sia. For outfit of Chargé d'Affaires to Austria, four thousand five

Charge to Aushundred dollars.

tria.

MISCELLANEOUS.

For the expenses of pauper lunatics in the Maryland Hospi- Pauper lunatics. tal at Baltimore, one thousand three hundred and twenty-eight dollars.

For fifteen days' services of Joseph Bryan, as commissioner Joseph Bryan. to take testimony in pursuance of an inquiry by direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, at eight dollars per day, one hundred and twenty dollars.

Custom-house at New Orleans.

Custom-house

Custom-house

Patent Office.

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and Mexico.

Proviso.

For continuing the construction of the custom-house at New Orleans, during the fiscal year, ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty, in addition to the sum appropriated by the act of the third of March, eighteen hundred and fortynine, one hundred thousand dollars.

To complete the erection of a custom-house at Eastport, at Eastport, Me. Maine, and for compensation of architect, for the fiscal year

ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty, thir, teen thousand seven hundred and eighty dollars.

For repairs of the custom-house at New Bedford, Massa MANew Bedford, chusetts, for the fiscal year ending the thirtieth of June, eigh

teen hundred and fifty, eight hundred and forty-five dollars.

Towards the completion of the east wing of ihe Patent Office building, according to the original plan, and placing the west wing in a state of security, under the direction of the Secre. tary of the Interior, ninety thousand dollars to be paid out of

the patent fund. Running boun

For expenses of running and marking the boundary line dary line between States between the United States and Mexico, and paying the salaries

of the officers and men of the commission, fifty thousand dollars: Provided, there shall be allowed and paid to the commissioner, surveyor and astronomer, appointed or to be appointed for the purpose aforesaid, each a salary at the rate of three thousand dollars per annum, and that if the duties of either have been or shall be performed by an officer of the army, his pay during the time of such employment shall be increased to that sum: And provided further, that the appointments aforesaid shall. terminate and cease at the expiration of three years from the first day of January, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and fifty.

To provide for unforeseen expenses in the survey of the western coast of the United States, already commenced, fifteen thousand dollars.

For relief and protection of American seamen in foreign

countries, twenty-five thousand dollars. Contingent ex- In aid of the appropriation heretofore made for the contin

gent expenses of the Treasury office, eight hundred dollars.

To provide for the removal and subsistence of the Seminole Indians, now in Florida, west of the Mississippi, two hundred

thousand dollars. Deficiency in For deficiency in the appropriation for the payment of pen

sions for the fiscal year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty, five hundred and sixty thousand dollars.

For continuing the pavement of the avenue around the Capitol grounds, sixteen ihousand five hundred dollars, to be expended under the direction of the Commissioner of Public Buildings, on whose application to the Secretary of War an officer of the engineers or other corps of the army may be detailed to supervise the work.

For deficiency in the appropriation for the mint of the United denphia.at Phila- States, at Philadelphia, for the fiscal year ending the thirtieth

June, eighteen hundred and fifty, twelve thousand dollars.

Western coast survey.

Protection of American seamen.

penses.

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Serninole dians.

pensions.

Pavement of the avenue around the Capitol grounds.

Mint of the U.

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Indian affairs in Oregon.

For supplying new boilers to the engines, lengthening chim- Repairs
ney, and for other alterations and improvements in the mint of mint.
the United States at Philadelphia, twenty thousand eight hun-
dręd dollars.

Additional sum required to supply a deficiency in the appro- the waisio
priation for provisions for the Navy, for the fiscal year ending
the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and forty-nine, seventy
thousand dollars.

For the pay of two additional clerks in the Auditor's office
of the Post Office Department, from the first of January to the
thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and fifty, one thousand
dollars.
To supply the deficiency in former appropriation for store-

yard.
house number nineteen, and gateway, wall across timber dock,
digging out timber dock, and for repairs at the Norfolk navy
yard, sixty thousand dollars.

For deficiency in the appropriation for the present fiscal year Lighting the Ca; for lighting the Capitol and Capitol grounds, Pennsylvania pitol rand eCapitol

, etc. avenue, and the President's House, six thousand dollars.

For the management of Indian affairs in Oregon Territory, to be expended under the direction of the President, ten thousand dollars, to supply the deficiency in the appropriation made by the law of fourteenth August, eighteen hundred and fortyeight.

To supply a deficiency in the appropriation for the contin- Contingent exģent expenses of the House of Representatives for printing, House of Reprebinding, and engraving, and other miscellaneous expenses for sentatives. the present fiscal year, one hundred and twenty-nine thousand two hundred and fifty dollars.

To enable the Clerk of the House of Representatives to pay Statutes at Large.
for one thousand sets of the continuation of the Statutes at
Large, printed by Little & Brown pursuant to the order of the
House of Representatives, two thousand five hundred and
twenty-one dollars.

For repairing the United States steamers Jefferson, Hetzel,
and Legare, employed in the coast survey, under the direction steamers,
of the Secretary of the Treasury, twenty thousand dollars.

For contingent expenses of the Senate, two hundred and
thirteen thousand dollars.

For deficiencies in the appropriations for the branch mint at
New Orleans, the present fiscal year, fifteen thousand dollars.

For supplying deficiencies in appropriations for the naval ser-
vice for the fiscal year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen
hundred and forty-nine, in pursuance of the letter of the Secre-
tary of the Navy of December twenty-four, eighteen hundred
and forty-nine, seven hundred and forty-seven thousand five
hundred and thirty-three dollars and thirty cents.
For the compensation of two watchmen to be employed in

Two watchmen

about the Capitol preserying the public grounds about the Capitol, at the rate of grounds. ihree hundred and sixty-five dollars per annum each, seven hundred and thirty dollars.

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Contingent expenses of Senate.

Branch mint at New Orleans.

Naval service.

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