FORTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 172. 1872. 125 rrnnmronmr. eovmmnnurs. g0'_l;;;i;;’g]*;;' District of Columbia. — To pay the governor, secretary, and three District of members of the board of public works of the District of Columbia such C°é‘;“;;":‘r & sums as may be due them for salaries from the date of their commissions r 0 ’ c` to the first of July, eighteen hundred and seventy-one, three thousand eight hundred and fifty-one dollars and fourteen cents, or so much thereof as may be necessary. To pay the members of the board of health from the date of their ap- Board gf pointment to the first of July, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, at two healththousand dollars each per annum, twelve thousand one hundred and ninety- two dollars and fifty-six cents, or so much thereof as may be necessary. For compensation to the president and members of the council of the coms;}. District of Columbia, for the session commencing on the eighth of November, eighteen hundred and seventy-one, two thousand eight hundred and eighty dollars. For deficiency in appropriation for legislative expenses of Montana Expenses, &e., Territory, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ;’££§’Pt““" T"' seventy-two, the same to be expended in publishing the laws and journals ’ of the last_ session of the legislature of said Territory, the sum of five thousand dollars. For printing and binding house and council journals of the fifth session of the legislative assembly of Montana Territory, two thousand four hundred dollars. For compensation of members of the fifth legislature of Montana Territory, eight hundred and seventeen dollars. For rent of office, salary of messenger, furniture, carpet, postage, and New Mexico; other incidental expenses of the secretary of the Territory of New Mexico, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-one, one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars and eighty-two cents. For expenses of the secretary’s office of the Territory of Arizona, rent Arizona; of office, fuel, lights, printing, postage, storage of furniture, and so forth, three thousand dollars. For expenses of the secretary’s office. of the Territory of Wyoming, Wywins; fuel, lights, stationery, postage, and so forth, one thousand two hundred dollars. For miscellaneous printing, and printing journals of council and house Utah; of the nineteenth annual session of the legislative assembly of the Territory of Utah, one thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars and forty cents. For deficiency of appropriation for legislative expenses of the Terri- D¤k<>©¤· tory of Dakota, for the fiscal years ending June thirty, eighteen hundred and seventy-one, and June thirty, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, viz.: for printing and binding, four thousand three hundred and seventy-five dollars; for office rent, four hundred and twenty-five dollars ; for incidental expenses, twelve hundred dollars; in all, six thousand dollars. Lzternat Revenue. ——For stamps, paper, and dies for the use of the Internal reveoffice of Internal Revenue, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. of “*‘mP5# Captured and abandoned Property.-For payment of necessary ex- égpfupgd and penses incurred in defending suits against the Secretary of the Treasury, ¤l>=¤¤d¤¤€d propor his agents, and for defence of the United States in respect to such prop- ergkpenses of erty, and in the recovery of property claimed to have accrued or belonged suits, &e. to the United States through the suppression of the rebellion, and for settling the accounts of agents employed in recovering such property, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, thirty thousand dollars. United States Coast Survey.-For repairs and maintenance of the 9°*;§*·Sm"’€Y complement of vessels used in the coast survey, per act of March second, Vai?,;; ch, 9S_ [third] eighteen hundred and fifty-three, thirty thousand dollars. Vol. x. p. 165.
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