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21st Cong. 2d sess.)

Laws of the United States.

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the value thereof; and every other matter not provided day of January last : Provided, also, That no person for in this act, be, and the same shall remain, as hereto. shall be entitled to the relief authorized to be given by fore.

this act, who, by the exercise of reasonable diligence, Sec. 17. And be il further enaclcd, That if any free by himself

, or his agents, factors, or correspondents, person shall, in the said District, unlawfully, by force could have complied with the provisions of the said third and violence, take and carry away, or cause to be taken section of said act; and the Secretary of the Treasury and carried away, or shall, by fraud unlawfully seduce, shall require and receive satisfactory evidence, from or cause to be seduced, any free negro or mulatto, froin every person claiming the benefits of this act, that such any part of the said District to any other part of the said diligence has been used, and that he has acted bona fide, District, or to any other place, with design, or intention and without any intent to violate or evade the provisions to sell or dispose of such negro or mulatto, or to cause of said third section, before he shall grant the relief him or her to be kept and detained as a slave for life, or herein provided. servant for years, every such person so offending, his or Approved, March 2, 1831. lier counsellors, aiders and abettors, sball, on conviction thercof, be punished by fine, not exceeding five thousand AN ACT for the sale of the lands in the State of IlhiJollars, and imprisonment and confinement to hard labor, nois reserved for the use of the salt springs on the in the Penitentiary, for any time not exceeding twelve Verinillion river in that State. years, according to the enormity of the offence.

Be it enacted, &c. That the State of Illinois shall be, Sec. 18. Ind be it further enacled, That nothing here- and is hereby, authorized and empowered to cause to be in contained shall be construed to apply to slaves not re- sold and conveyed, in such manner and on such terms sidents of the District of Columbia ; but such slaves and conditions as the Legislature of said State has or shall, for all offences committed in said District, he pun, may direct, the whole or any part of the lands reserveul ished agreeably to the laws as they now exist : Provided and set apart by the Presiclent of the United States, on that this act shall not be construed to extend to slaves.

the twenty-ninth day of March, eighteen hundred and Approved, March 2, 1831.

twei.ty.five for the use of the salt works on the VermilAN ACT making appropriations for certain fortifications such sale to such objects as the Legislature of said State

lion river, in said State, and to apply the proceeds of during the year one thousand eight hundred and thir- bas or may direct. Provided, said land shall not be sold ty-one.

for less than one collar and twentyfive cents per acre. Be it enacted, &c. That the following sums be, and the

Approved, March 2, 1831. same are hereby, appropriated, to be paid out of any unappropriated money in the Treasury for certain fortifi- AN ACT for the relief of the citizens of Shawneecations, viz :

For the preservation of George's island, Boston barbor, five thousand dollars.

Be il enacled, &c. That it shall and may be lawful for For Fort Adams, Rhode Island, one hundred thousand any purchaser, the assignee or legal representative of any dollars.

purchaser, of any in or out-lot or lots in the town of For the completion of furt Hamilton, New York, ten Shawneetown in ihe State of Illinois, which lot or lots thousand dollars.

may have reverted for the non-payment of the purchase For repairing fort Columbus and castle Williams, New money, to re-enter the same lot or lots which may have York, twenty-five thousand dollars.

so reverted, with the Register and Receiver of the disFor fort Monroe, Virginia, eighty thousand dollars.

trict of Shawneetown, at any time within six months For fort Calhoun, Virginia, eighty thousand dollars.

after the passage of this act, upon the following terms For the completion of fort Macon, seventy thousand heretofore been paid upon each in-lot, five dollars, and

and conditions, to wit: by paying, in addition to what has dollars.

For the completion of the fort on Osk island, North upon each out-lot, one dollar and twenty-five cents, per
Carolina, ninety five thousand dollars.
For fortifications at Charleston, South Carolina, forty, hereby is, granted to the Trustees of the town of Shaw-

Sec. 2. And be it further enucled, That there be, and five thousand dollars.

For fortifications at Pensacola, Florida, one hundred neetown, and their successors in office, for ever, in trust, thousand dollars.

to sell, or otherwise dispose of, for the purpose of For a fort at Mobile point, vinety thousand dollars.

graduating and paving the river bank within the limits of For repairs of the battery at Dienvenu, Louisiana, all the in or out-luts within the bounds of said town,

said town, all the vacant ground not necessary for streets, three thousand four dollars. For repairs of fort Wood, Louisiana, three thousand under the provisions of the first section of this act ; this

which remain unsold, and all such as may remain unsold six hundred dollars.

For contingencies of fortifications, ten thousand dol. act to be carried into effect under the direction of the lars.

Commissioner of the General Land Office. Approved, March 2, 1831.

Approved, March 2, 1831. AN ACT for the relief of certain importers of foreign AN ACT to authorize the Secretary of War to purchase merchandize.

an additional quantity of land for the fortifications at Be it enacted, &c. That the Secretary of the Treasury

Fort Washington, upon the river Potomac. shall be, and he is hereby, authorized to extend relief to Be il enacted, That the Secretary of War be, and he any importer of foreign merchandise who may have is hereby, authorized to purchase, in fee simple, from been charged, nnder the provisions of the third section the executrix or trustees of William Dudley Digges, deof the act, entitled “An act, for the more effectual col- ceased, a certain piece of land required for the complete lection of the duties on imports,” passed the twenty. defence of the work at Fort Washington, on the Potoeighth day of May, one thousand eight hundred and thir. mac, according to a survey of the same, deposited in the ty, with any duty in addition to the duties existing on Topographical Bureau, at Washington : Provided, the such merchandise previous to the passage of said act, to said purchase can be effected for the release of the the amount of such additional duty : Provided, said mer. amount of a judgment against William Dudley Digges, chandise shall have been imported previous to the first I deceased, for thirteen thousand three bundred and sixty

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nine dollars and eighty-seven cents, with interest from other requirements of the law, to entitle it to debenture, ninth June, one thousand eight hundred and nineteen, have been complied with. until paid, and costs, which the sureties of the late Ro. Approved : March 2, 1831. bert Brent have assigned to the United States : And provided, further, that those who are legally authorized AN ACT for the relief of the legal representatives of to convey the said land shall make and execute a good

Daniel McIntire, deceased. title thereto, in fee simple, with an acquittance of all Be it enacted, &c. That the Secretary of War be di. claims against the United States, for the previous use or rected to pay to the legal representatives of Daniel Mcoccupation of all or any portion of the premises, or for Intire, late an invalid pensioner, deceased, the sum due any alleged injury to an adjacent fishery, the right and said pensioner at his death. title to which is to be released to the United States. Approved : March 2, 1831.

Sec. 2. And be il further enacted, That, upon the completion of the above purchase, on the terms and AN ACT for the relief of Joseph E. Sprague. conditions specified, the proper officer of the United

Be it enacted, &c. That the proper accounting officers States shall be, and he hereby is, authorized to enter up of the Treasury pay to Joseph E. Sprague the sum of satisfaction upon the judginent aforesaid.

two hundred and forty-nine dollars, out of any money in Approved, March , 1831.

the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, in full for ser

vices rendered by him as counseller and attorney in atAN ACT for the relief Thomas Porter, of Indiana. tending to and taking depositions, in cases in which the

Be il enacted, &c. That the Secretary of War be, and United States were interested. he is hereby authorized and required to place the name

Approved : March 2, 1831. of Thomas Porter on the list of invalid pensioners, and to pay him. at the rate of eight dollars per month), to com

AN ACT for the relief of John Daly, late of Canada. mence on the first day of January, eighteen hundred and Be it enucled, &c. That ihe Secretary of the Treasury thirty-one.

be, and he bereby is, directed to pay to John Daly, late Approved, March 2, 1831.

of New Ark, in the province of Upper Canada, out of any

money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the AN ACT for the relief of William Clower.

sum of five thousand dollars, being for supplies furnished

and services rendered to the army of the United States Be it enacted, &c. That the Postmaster General be, in Canada, and for losses of properly sustained by him on and be hereby is, authorized and directed 10 settle the the Niagara frontier during the late war. claim of William Clower, for carrying the mail between Greenville and Fayette, Mississippi, upon principles of

Approved . March 2. 1831. equity and justice.

AN ACT for Ule relief of Nathaniel Cheever, and others. Approved, March 2, 1831.

Be it enacled, &c. That there be paid, out of any mo.

ney in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to NaAN ACT for the relief of Suneon C. Whittier.

thaniel Cheever, Ariel Mann, Benjamin Dearborn, Tho. Be il enacted, &c. That there be paid to Simeon C. mas B. Coolidge, and Stephen Tuckerman, who were Whittier, of Hallowell, in the State of Maine, out of any formerly inhabitants of the town of Hallowell, in the money in the Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, the State of Maine, each and severally, the principal sum of principal sum of three hundred and fifty-six dollars and three hundred and fifty-six dollars and fifty-three cents, fifty-three cents, with interest thereon, at the rate of six with interest thereon, at the rate of six per centum per per centum per annum, from the twelfth day of July, one annum, from the twelfth day of July, one thousand eight ihousand eight hundred and twenty; and, also, the fur- hundred and twenty ; and also the further principal sum ther principal sum of one hundred dollars, with interest of one hundred dollars each, with interest thereon, at thereon, at the rate of six per centum per annum, from the rate of six per centum per annum, from the ninth day the ninth day of September, one thousand eight hundred of September, one thousand eight hundred and twenty ; and twenty ; and, also, the further principal sum of two the said several sums having been illegally demanded hundred and one dollars and two cents, with interest and received by the United States of each of the abovethereon, at the rate of six per centum per annum, from mentioned persons, as one of the sureties of Daniel the thirty-first day of May, one thousand eight hundred Evans, formerly a collector of the direct taxes and interand twenty-eight ; the said several sums having been il. Dal duties for the fourth collection district in Massachulegally demanded and received by the United States of setts. said Whittier, as one of the sureties of Daniel Evans, for Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That, if said Cheever, merly a Collector of the Direct Taxes and Internal Du. Mann, Dearborn, Coolidge, and Tuckerman, or any of ties for the fourth collection district in Massachusetts.

them, have deceased, or shall decease, before the payApproved : March 2, 1831.

ment shall be made to each of them, respectively, as

above provided, then said sums of three hundred and AN ACT for the relief of Ebenezer Rollins. fifty-six dollars and fifty-thrce cents, and one hundred Be it enacted, &c. That the Secrctary of the Treasury dollars, with interest as aforesaid, shall be paid to the be, and he is hereby, authorized to pay to Ebenezer Rol. executors or adıninistrators of each of the said persons 80 lins, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise ap.

deceased. propriated, twelve hundred and forty-eight dollars and Approved : March 2, 1831. fifty cents, being the amount of drawback on twenty-nine hogsheads, four barrels, and fifty-two bags of coffee,

AN ACT for the relief of Peters and Pond. which were exported in the ship Rebecca Coffin, for Got. Be it enacted, &c. That the Secretary of the Treasury tenburg, although the said ship did not proceed to sea be, and he hereby is, directed to pay to Peters and Pond, until after the expiration of twelve months from the time merchants of Boston, the sum of seventeen thousand of the entry of the said merchandise : Provided, That the eight hundred and twenty-two dollars and forty-five cents, said merchandise was shipped on board said vesse), and out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appro. cleared at the custom-house, before the expiration of priated ; being the moiety paid into the Treasury of the twelve months from the time of its entry, and ibat all the United States on the sale of their schooner Anna and her

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cargo, which had been seized and condemned for a viola.

For stationary, fuel, printing, and all other incidental tion of the revenue laws by the District Court of tlie and contingent expenses of the Senate, twenty-nine United States for the district of Georgia, in the year one thousand sis hundred and eighty-five dollars. thousand eight hundred and fourteen, deducting there. For stationary, fuel, printing, and all other incidental from the duties accruing on said moiety.

and contingent expenses of the House of RepresentaApproved, March 2, 1831.

tives, one hundred thousand dollars The said two sums

last named to be applied to the payment of the ordinary AN ACT for the relief of Lucien Harper. expenditures of the Senate and House of Representa. Be it enacted, &c. That there be paid, out of any mo- tives, severally, and to no other purpose ney in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to Lu For salary of the principal and assistant Librarians, cien Harper, the sum of fifteen dollars and sixty-six two thousand three hundred dollars. cents, being the specie value of a certificate issued by For contingent expenses of the Library, and pay of Francis Hopkinson, treasurer of loans, numbered two messengers, eight bundred dollars. thousand one hundred and sixty, with interest on the said For the purchase of books for the Library of Congress, specie value, at six per centum per annum, from the five thousand dollars. twenty-seventh day of November, one thousand seven For compensation to the President and Vice President hundred and seventy-nine ; which certificate was issued of the United States, the Secretary of State, the Secre. in the name of Captain George Wolsey, and of which the tary of the Treasury, the Secretary of War, the Secreta. said Lucien Harper is now owner : Provided, That the ry of the Navy, and the Postmaster General, sixty thousaid Lucien Harper shall first execute and deliver to the sand dollars. first Comptroller of the Treasury a bond in such sum and For Clerks and messengers in the office of the Secre. with such security as the said Comptroller shall direct tary of State, nineteen thousand four hundred dollars. and approve, to indemnify the United States from and For Clerks, machinist, and inessenger, in the Patent against the lawful claim of any other person or persons Office, five thousand four hundred dollars. for, or on account of, the said certificate.

For incidental and contingent expenses of the Depart. Approved, March 2, 1831.

ment of State, including the printing and packing the

Laws, twenty thousand dollars.
AN ACT for the relief of James Sprague.

For compiling, printing, and binding the biennial reBe il enacted, &c. That James Sprague be, and he is gister to the thirtieth September, one thousand eight hereby, authorized to locate three bundred and twenty hundred and thirty.une, in pursuance of the resolution of acres of land, by legal subdivisions, on any public land in Congress of twenty-seventh April, one thousand eight the state of Ohio now offered for sale, at the minimum hundred and sixteen, one thousand dollars. price, in satisfaction of an equal quantity of land hereto.

For storage of Laws and Documents, three hundred fore located by the said James Sprague on the east half and forty dollars. of the eighth section of the fifth township, in the twenty.

For contingent expenses of the Patent Oflice, to wit : second range, under the act of Congress of the twenty. I books, parchment, 'stationary, and fuel, and including third of April, one thousand eight Hundred and twelve, extra Clerk hire, one thousand five hundred and thirty from which the said James has been evicted by an older dollars. title ; and the President of the United States is hereby

For repairs and improvements of grounds and buildings authorized to issue to the said James Sprague a patent of the Patent Office, three hundred and sixty dollars. for the land so located, on his producing the certificate

For compensation of the superintendent and watch. of the Register of the land office within whose district the men of the northeast executive building, eight hundred location may be made.

and fifty dollars Approved, March 2, 1831.

For satisfying the claim of John Marshall, lale superin.

tendent of the War and Navy buildings, one hundred and AN ACT tu provide for the final settlement and adjust.

thirty seven dollars. ment of the various claims preferred by James Monroe fuel, labor, oil, repairs of building, engines and buckets,

For contingent expenses of said building, including against the United States.

and improvement of ground, three thousand three hun. Be it enacted, &c. That, for public services, losses, and dred and fifty dollars. sacrifices, the sum of thirty thousand dollars is hereby For compensation to the Clerks and messengers in the appropriated to be paid to James Monroe, immediately Office of the Secretary of the Treasury, fifteen thouafter the passing of this act, out of any money in the sand four hundrell dollars. Treasury no: otherwise appropriated, which shall be in For compensation to the First Comptroller of the Treafull of all demands of the said James Monroe for claims sury, three thousand five hundred dollars. aforesaid : Provided, The accounting officer of the Trea. For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the sury Department sball, upon an examination of his ac office of the First Comptroller, nineteen thousand one counts, believe so much is due to him upon the princi- | hundred dollars. pies of equity and justice.

For compensation to the Second Comptroller of the Approved, March 2, 1831,

Treasury, three thousand dollars.

For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the AN ACT making appropriations for the support of Go- office of the Second Comptroller, ten thousand four hunvernment for the year one thousand eiglie hundred and

dred and fifty dollars. thirty-one.

For compensation to the First Auditor of the Treasu.

ry, three thousand dollars. Be it enucled , &c. That the following sums be, and For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the the same are hereby, appropriated, to be paid out of any office of the First Auditor, thirteen thousand nine hun. unappropriatel money in the Treasury, viz :

dred dollars. For pay and mileage of the Members of Congress and For compensation to the Second Auditor of the TreaDelegates, three hundred and seven thousand nine hun. sury, three thousand dollars. dred and sixty eight dollars.

For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the For pay of the Officers and Clerks oj both Houses, office of the Second Auditor sixteen thousand nine hunthirty-four thousand three hundred dollars.

dred dollars.

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For compensation to the Third Auditor of the Treasu- and writing and recording patents for lands soll, four ry, three thousand dollars.

thousand dollars. For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the For the office of the Solicitor of the Treasury, inoffice of the Third Auditor, twenty.one thousand nine cluding purchase of law books for that office, two thouhundred and fifty dollars.

sand dollars. For compensation to the Fourth Auditor of the Trea. For translations, and for transmitting passports and sury, three thousand dollars.

sea-letters, three hundred dollars. For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the For stating and printing the public accounts for the officeof the Fourth Auditor, seventeen thousand seven year one thousand eight hundred and thirty one, one hundred and fifty dollars.

thousand four hundred dollars. For compensation to the Fifth Auditor of the Treasu. For compensation of superintendent and watchmen ry, three thousand dollars.

of the southeast executive building, eiglit hundred and For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the fifty dollars. office of the Fifth Auditor, twelve thousand eight hun For contingent expenses of said building, including dred dollars.

fuel, labor, oil, repairs of building, engines and buckFor compensation to the Treasurer of the United ets, and improvement of adjoining ground, three thou. States, three thousand dollars.

sand three hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the For compensation to the clerks and messengers in office of the Treasurer of the United States, six thou. the office of the Secretary of War, twenty one thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars.

sanı six hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation to the Register of the Treasury, For contingent expenses of the office of the Secretary three thousand dollars.

of War, three thousand dollars. For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the For books, maps, and plans for the War Department, office of the Register of the Treasury, twenty four thou one thousand dollars. sand two hundred dollars.

For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the For compensation to the Commissioner of the General office of the Paymaster General, four thousand six hun. Land Office, three thousand dollars.

dred dollars. For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the For contingent expenses of said office, two hundred office of the Commissioner of the General Land Office, dollars. twenty thousand five hundred dollars; and for tempora For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the ry clerks, to enable the Commissioner to bring up the office of the Commissary General of Purchases, four thoubusiness of his office, five thousand dollars.

sand two hundred dollars. For the commutation of five years full pay to Mountjoy For contingent expenses of said office eight hundred Bailey; two thousand four hundred dollars.

dollars. For compensation to the Solicitor of the Treasury, For compensation to the clerks in the office of the three thousand five hundred dollars.

Adjutant General, two thousand nine hundred and fifty For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the dollars. office of the Solicitor of the Treasury, three thousand For contingent expenses of said office, one thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars.

dollars. For compensation to the Secretary to the Commission For compensation ty the clerks in the office of the ers of the Sivking Fund, two hundred and fifty dollars. Commissary General of Subsistence, two thousand nine

For the expenses of stationary, printing, and all other hundred and fifty dollars. incidental and contingent expenses of the several offices For contingent expenses of said office, including exof the Treasury Department, the following several penses of advertising, two thousand six hundred dollars. sums, viz:

For compensation to the clerks in the office of the For the office of the Treasury, including advertising Chief Engineer, two thousand nine hundred and fifty and extra copying, five thousand dollars.

dollars. For the office of the First Comptroller, one thousand For contingent expenses of said office, one thousand dollars.

two hundred and seventy dollars. For the office of the Second Comptroller, one thou For drawing instruments, repairing instruments, pursand dollars.

chase and repair of books and maps, one thousand one For the office of the First Auditor, eight hundred hundred and ninety dollars. dollars.

For the service of a lithographer, anıl for materials and For the office of the Second Auditor, eight hundred repairs for the lithographic press, six hundred and thirty dollars.

six dollars. For the office of the Third Auditor, one thousand For arrears of tbe sane, one hundred and twenty dollars.

dollars. For the office of the Fourth Auditor, one thousand For compensation to the clerks in the Ordnance Of five hundred dollars.

fice, two thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars. For the office of the Fifth Auditor, one thousand For contingent expenses of said office, eight hundred dollars.

dollars. For the office of the Treasurer of the United States For compensation to the clerk in the office of the Surseven hundred dollars.

geon General, eleven hundred and fifty dollars. For the office of the Register of the Treasury, three For contingent expenses of said office, two hundred thousand dollars.

and twenty dollars. For the Office of the Commissioner of the General For compensation to the clerks in the office of the -Land Office, including compensation for maps requir- Quarter Master General, two thousand one hundreci and ed by resolution of the Senate of twenty third of Fe- fifty dollars. bruary, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-three, For contingent expenses of said office, six hundred nine thousand dollars.

dollars. For compensation for extra aid, during one thousand For the salary of the superintendant and watchmen of eight hundred and thirty, in the issuing military land the northwest executive building, eight hundred and fifty serio patents founded Virginia military surveys, dollars.

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For contingent expenses of said building, including For inciilental and contingent expenses and repairs, fuel, labor, oil, repairs of building, and engines, and in cost of machinery, for allowance for wastage in gold and provement of adjoining ground, three thousand three silver coinage, of the Mint, thirteen thousand five hunhundred and fifty dollars.

dred and ninety dollars. For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the For compensation to the Governor, Judges, and Secreoffice of the Secretary of the Navy, eleven thousand two tary of the Michigan Territory, seven thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars.

hundred dollars. For contingent expenses of said office, three thousand For contingent expenses of the Michigan Territory, dollars.

three hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation to the Commissioners of the Navy For compensation and mileage of the members of the Board ten thousand five hundred dollars.

Legislative Council, pay of the officers of the Council, For compensation to the Secretary of the Commission. fuel, stationary, and printing, and repairs of the legislaers of the Navy Board, two thousand dollars.

tive hall, including arrearages, eiglit thousand two bunFor compensation to the clerks, draughtsman, an: dred and ninety dollars. messenger, in the office of the Commissioners of the

For compensation to the Governor, Jydges, and SecreNavy Board, eight thousand four hundred and fifty dollars. tary of the Arkansas Territory, including additional com

For contingent expenses of the office of the Commis, pensation to each Jurge, to thirtieth June, one thousand sioners of the Navy Board, one thousand eight hundred eight hundred and thirty one, nine thousand four hundollars.

dred dollars. For the salary of the superintendant of the southwest For pay and mileage of the Legislative Council of said executive building, and the watchinali, eight hundred Territory, five thousand four hundred and ten dollars. and fifty dollars.

For contingent expenses of the Arkansas Territory, For contingent expenses of said building, including three hundred and fitty dollars. fuel, repairs of building, engines, and improvement of For incidental expenses of the Legislature of Arkan. ground, three thousand ihree hundred and filly dollars. sas, by act of twenty-fourth May, one thousand eight hun

For compensation to the two Assistant Postmasters dred and twenty-eight, seven hundred and twenty dollars. General, five thousand clollars.

For compensation to the Governor, Judges, and SecreFor compensation to the clerks and messengers in the tary of the Florida Territory, including additional comoffice of the Postmaster General, forty-one thousand one pensation for the Judges for extra duty under the act of hundred dollars.

iwenty-third May, one thousand eight hundred and twen. For contingent expenses of said office, seven thousand ty-eight, fifteen Thousand three hundred and forty-nine five hundred dollars.

dollars. For superintendency of the buildings, making up For contingent cxpenses of the Florida Territory, blanks and compensation to two watchmen and one labo- three hundred and fifty dollars. rer, sixteen hundred and forty dollars.

For compensation and mileage of the inembers of the For compensation to the extra clerks employed in the Legislative Council of Florida, pay of officers and serPost Office Department, by the late Postmaster General vants of the Council, fuel, stationary, printing and disfrom the first of January, one thousand tight hundred tribution of the laws; including two hundred and fortyand twenty-eight, to the first of April, one thousand eight eight dollars for arrears, seven thousand six hundred and hundred and twenty-nine, four thousand one hundred and forty dollars. seventy-five dollars, twenty-seven cents.

For compensation to the Chief Justice, the associate For compensation to the temporary and extra clerks Judges and district judges of the United States, including employed in the Post Office Department, since the first arrearages arising froin increased salaries of certain disday of April, one thousand tight hundred and twenty-trict Judges under the act of May twenty-ninth, one thou. nine, to the thirty-first December, one thousand eight sand eight hundred and thirty, eighty-seven hundred and hundred and thirty, fifteen thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars, eighteen cents. sixty-nine dollars, eight cents.

For the salaries of Chief Justice and associate Juilges For completing the new Post Office building, four hun. of the District of Columbia, and of the Judges of the Ordred and eighty-four dollars, three cents.

phans' Courts of the said District, nine thousand fire hunFor coinpensation to the Surveyor General in Ohio, In- dred dollars. cliana, and Michigan, two thousand dollars.

For compensation to William Cranch, Chief Justice of For compensation to the clerks in the office of said the Circuit Court for the District of Columbia, for preSurveyor, two thousand one hundred doilars.

paring a code of civil and criminal jurisprudence, in comFor compensation to the Surveyor South of Tennessee, pliance with an act of Congress, approveel 29th April, two thousand dollars.

one throusand eight hundred and sixteen, one thousand For compensation to the clerks ir the office of said dollars. Surveyor, including two hundred dollars of arrears, one For compensation to the Attorney General of the Unit. thousand nine hundred dollars.

ed States, four thousand dollar3. For compensation to the Surveyor in Illinois, Missouri, For compensation to the clerk in the office of the Atand Arkansas, two thousand dollars.

torney General, cight hundred dollars. For compensation to the clerks in the office of said

For contingencies to the office of the Altorney Gene. Surveyor, two thousand dollars.

ral, five hundred dollars.
For compensation to the Surveyor in Alabania, two For a messenger in said office, five hundred dollars.
theusand dollars.

For purchase of book for office of Attorney General,
For compensation to die clerks in the office of said five hundred dollars.
Surveyor, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For defraying the expenses already incurred in fitting
For compensation to the Commissioner of the Public up the oflice of the Aitorney General, seven hundrei
Buildings in Washington City, two thousand dollars.

and thirty-three dollars. For compensation to the oflicers and clerk of the Mint, For compensation to the Reporter of the decisions of mine thousand six hundred dollars.

the Supreme Court, one thousand dollars. For compensation to 'assistants in the several deparl For compensation to the District Attorneys and Marments of the Mint, including extra clerk hire and labor. shals, as granted by law, including those in the several ers, fourteen thousand six hundred dollars,

Territories, eleven thousand three hundred dollars.

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