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306 FORTYJVOURTII CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 102. 1877. Boise Ciiynssny- AssAY-OFFIGE AT BOISE CITY, IDAHO TERRITORY.-—For salaryiof 0***0- assayer, who shall also perform the duties of melter, two thousand dol. " la-rs. For wages of workmen, fuel, crucibles, chemicals, and repairs, and other incidental expenses, one thousand three hundred dollars. charlotte assay- AssAY-onmon AT Cnnnnocrcrn, Nonrn CARo1.rNA.——For salary of <>f3‘ic·>· assayer and melter, one thousand Eve hundred dollars; for labor and other expenses, two hundred and fifty dollars; in all, one thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. y;,·0d€pMtm.,,];_ For muaintetriance elfghg fire department of the District of Columbia, twenty- ve thousand dollars. ·

,,,,pp.,mSOfg,,S_ For salaries of the inspector and of the assistant inspector of gas and

pmV;S(,_ meters, one thousand five hundred dollars: _Provided, That an equal sum shall be paid out of the treasury of the District of Columbia. Swimy 8,,,.,;,,,, To defray the expenses of conducting the sanitary service of the Dis. expeuses. trict of Columbia, sixteen thousand six hundred and seventy dollars: Proviso. Provided, That the Commissioners of the District shall pay concurrently for such service to the board of health a like amount out of the treasury of the District of Columbia, which they are hereby authorized and required to do and the combined sum shall be expended as follows: Board of health; For salaries for the five members of the board of health, five hundred ¤e1=~ri<>¤- dollars each ; for the treasurer, secretary, attorney, and register of vital statistics, who shall each be selected from the board, five hundred dollars each, in addition to their salary as members of the board: Proviso. Provided That any two of the above named offices may be filled by the Salaries of Om_ same person, at the discretion of the board; medical sanitary inspector, cers, etc. one thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; health-officer, one thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; four clerks, four thousand eight hundred dollars; ive sanitary inspectors, six thousand dollars; one · pound-master, one thousand dollars; and one messenger, seven hundred M;S,,,,u,m,,OuS and twenty dollars; for rent, one thousand three hundred and twenty expenses. dollars; printing, advertising, stationery, and blanks, one thousand dollars; transportation of oftal, seven thousand five hundred dollars; laborers and poundmen, six hundred dollars; disinfectants, five hundred dollars; postage, fuel, and lights, four hundred dollars; miscellaneous sanitary work and contingent expenses one thousand five hundred dollars; in all, thirty three thousand three hundred and forty I¤}l¤<*¤<ll¤s: ¤l>1- dollars: And providedjmtlier, That in case of an impending or threat- ‘l“““"· ened prevalence of an epidemic within the District of Columbia, the Commissioners of the District may expend through the board of health, such sum as they may think proper not exceeding the sum of ten thousand dollars. ‘ GOVERNMENT IN THE TERRITORIES. Arizona. TERRITORY OF AR1z0NA.—For salary of governor, chief justice and two associate judges, two thousand six hundred dollars each; secretary one thousand eight hundred dollars; interpreter and translator in the executive office, five hundred dollars; in all, twelve thousand seven hundred dollars. For legislative expenses, namely, rent of office, store rooms and for light fuel and stationery two thousand dollars. Fo} contingent expenses of the Territory, to be expended by the governor five hundred dollars. Dakota Tnhnrronx on DAKOTA.-For salaries of governor, chief justice and two associate judges, at two thousand six hundred dollars each, and secretary at one thousand eight hundred dollars, twelve thousand two hundred dollars. For legislative expenses, namely, for rent of office, storage, postage, stationery, light, fuel, labor, and incidental expenses, two thousand dollars.