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[34 TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Rns. 10. 1836. of the United southern district of New York, and what composed the items of set-oif S*¤*°°· (Q"'} '°‘ to the claim of the United States; Rl1d` that Said Secretary report his 2;;:0 0n` proceedings at the next session of Congress. Approved, June 23, 1836. , o.l0. dresoluliun to a l the emezpended balance the 'ation or the EE Npmw Mig., it aC" bam ir Mama ".£m“t"$Z’Z."g MC, an for other puqwses. The balm, Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United ot the appropri- States of America zn Congress assembled, That the balance of the ap-

  • ¤°¤ :1** b°1&x‘ propriatxon for the construction of the bridge across the Potomac, at the

l’;f;‘;'Q a32m:' city of Washington, remaining unexpended after the said bridge shan have been repaired in obedience to the directions contained in the joint resolution passed for that purpose at the present session of Congress, be, and the same hereby is, appropriated, to be applied under the direction of the Commissioner of the Public Buildings, towards the graduation, gravelling and planting of the Maryland avenue, in said city, from its eastern extremity to the said bridge, in equal proportions on the east and west of the Capitol, according to distance. Commissioner Sec. 2. And be it further resolved, That it shall be the duty of the pf P¤l>li¢= l>¤3U- Commissioner of Public Buildings to attend to the draws, cause the §,{I?a‘;:·{°“8,;_° bridge to be properly lighted, to guard against wanton injuries and He my employ obstructions, and to preserve a due police on and near it, o as to ensure ¢h¥•¤ www the safety of passengers and of the public property; that said Commissioner shall receive for his services the yearly compensation of three hundred dollars, and be authorized to employ three assistants, at a compensation not exceeding one dollar and fifty cents a day. Approved, July 1, 1836.