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TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 33. 1837. 167 ture, labor, and repairs, three thousand one hundred and eighty-three dollars; For compensation of the clerks and messengers in the office of the omcs Sedy Secretary of the Navy, twelve thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars; Nav- Ci¤rk¤ For contingent expenses of said office, three thousand dollars; °‘é‘l "‘f“""g,"• For compensation of the Commissioners of the Navy Board, ten cgrrir§n§€2€° thousand five hundred dollars; Navy Board. hor compensation of the Secretary of the Navy Board, two thousand Secretary. dollars; For compensation to the clerks and messenger of the Navy Board, 0¤¤¤k¤ md eight thousand four hundred and fifty dollars; m°”°l‘g°”‘ For contingent expenses of said office, one thousand eight hundred C°“““g°“* don ars ; expenses. For salary of superintendent and watchman of the southwest execu- Sup’t and tive building, one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; _ Wmhmsn S1- For contingent expenses of said building, three thousand three hun- lggzéigegilm dred and fifty dollars; expenses_ For compensation to three Assistant Postmaster Generals, per act Asslsism third July, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, seven thousand five hun- E;;iT:ft°r° dred dollars; For compensation to clerks and messengers in the General Post Oihce, Clerks and forty-eight thousand six hundred dollars; messengers. For contingent expenses of said office, includin expense of new Contingent offices and fuel for the Auditor’s Office, ten thousand dollars; expenses. &¤· For repairs, books, and stationery, already incurred, over and above Repagm, the appropriations of former years, in consequence of the re-organiza- books, stationtion of the Post Office Department, six thousand seven hundred dollars; °’Y· &°· For compensation to two watchman, six hundred dollars; Watchmen. For compensation to extra clerks, prior to third July eighteen hun- Extra clerks dred and thirty-six, when the act re-organizing the department went PFi<>¥¤>3d ·T¤lY» into operation, twenty-two thousand four hundred and nineteen dollars 18% and eighty-one cents; For compensation to the Auditor of the Post Office, three thousand Auditor ot dollars; Post Office. For compensation to clerks and messengers in said office, fifty-tive Clerks and thousand five hundred dollars; messengers. For contingent expenses of said office, including books, stationery, Contingent printing, and expenses incidental to new offices, eight thousand two °XP°¤s°s» &·°· hundred dollars; For compensation of the Surveyor General northwest of the Ohio, Survewr Getwo thousand dollars; ISE? N' W' °f For compensation to clerks in his office, per acts of ninth of May, (;],,CkS_ eighteen hundred and thirty-six, six thousand three hundred dollars; For compensation to the Surveyor General for Illinois and Missouri, Suivpygr _Getwo thousand dollars; M'f;S£Q°‘° For compensation to clerks in the office of said Surveyor Genera], Cie,-k,,_ ' per acts of ninth of May, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, three thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars; For compensation to the Surveyor General of Arkansas, two thousand 0?X:g:;¤E¤¤· dollars; ` For compensation of clerks in the office of said Surveyor General, Cl¤¥k¤· three thousand dollars, and for office-rent and fuel, three hundred dollars ; For compensation of the Surveyor General of Louisiana, two thou- sm·veyprGen. sand dollars; °fL°'"m"°' For compensation to clerks in the office of said. Surveyor General, Clerks, per acts of ninth May, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, twenty-five hundred dollars;