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174 TWENTY·FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess.II. Ch. 33. 1837. Senate for the extra session to commence on the fourth day of March instant, five thousand dollars ;_ _ _ _ i;,;,,,;;,,,,;,,,, For the expenses of the distribution in boxes, and by the ordinary of<}¤1es& Sea- modes of transportation, of the compilation of the State Papers printed ‘°“ “S““° by Gales and Seaton, as directed by the joint resolution of the tenth Papers' day of July, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two, to the several States, Territories, colleges, and athenteums of the United States, one thousand five hundred dollars; f h A S P Purchase of For the urchase of nineteen copies o the merican tate a ers W6 A¤¤¤fi<=¤¤ printed by Dales and Seaton, pursuant to the resolution of the Seiiate; Sum bpm' of the iirst day of March, instant, four thousand five hundred and eighty-eight dollars and fifty cents; · Epspges of the For two hundred and forty-four copies of the Debates of the First ngfxcggm Congress, and of the Register of Debates to the end of the present, Debates_ Congress, aps published lg Galesmand Sgaton, gonbe ldtstgibnéteédafo the members o the resent ouse, teen thousand ve un re dollars; Commission For compensaiion to the commissioner, secretary, and clerk, and the

g§;;h:§;¤· corgingent exgenseshof tgie goénppission under the convention with Spain,

- ei t thousand two un re dollars; Sifrigabin he- gTo authorize thp lsresidetpt ot;) the l§nitedhState popprocrére néw dies mf "S- to renew the meda irecte to e ma e in onor o riga ier eneral §°f,:é£fm°1 Daniel Morgan, by the act of the second day of July one thousand 1836, ch. 256. eight hundred and thirty-six, in case the original dies for the said medal cannot be found, one thousand dollars; Improving the For improving the crypt of the capitol, by closing the openings on °'YP' °fh° the east front with sash doors, making double doors to the outer entran- °°p"°l‘ &°' ces, and repairing furnaces, eleven hundred and fifty dollars; Makin Post For makin the post office, document, oldin , and library rooms of gm,§°·£§”°· °f the House oi'gB.epresentatives fire proof, threegthousand one hundred p,},,,;;' r° and fifty dollars_; Grounds of To complete the enclosing the garden and grounds of the naval Qpngl 8;*;*8** magazine and marine hosmtal, one grundred dollars; f h C ,, [· or con uctintr water aon the enns lvania avenue romt e i es wal)e:lbili§¤n· at the Capitol to cthe Treasury? and Generiil Post Office buildingsfwith 3*,¥c;";)‘t ;¤° the necessary iire-plugs to water the avenue, ten thousand dollars; in E, &,,_For the purchase of a fire-engine, apparatus, and engine-house for lxgire-argue, the War and Navy Departments, seven thousand two hundred and &°· l-°' ‘“' twenty-five dollars;

§$,§;*,;§_D°` For the purchase of a tire-engine and apparatus for the Treasury

Fire-engine, building, and the enlargement of the engine-house, five thousand five

3*:- *,1-)**,, 5:*** hundred and twenty-five dollars;

pf, fg wf For paying William P. Elliott, for drawings of the Treasury building lium P. Elliott. and Patent Office, three hundred dollars; Constructing For constructing a dwarf wall and fence from the southwest corner zffgfgw of the President's house to intersect the new fence near the north corner 9,,,,;,;,,,,,-,, of the Navy Department, one thousand three hundred dollars; sgunre. For the support of the penitentiary for the District of Columbia, for “PP°‘Z*°f ‘h° the year eighteen hundred and thirty-seven: for pay of officers and PGllll.6l'iI1Bl`Y· . . . . agents; for repairs to buildings; for purchase or raw materials; for · rations, clothing, beds, and bedding of prisoners; for purchase of fuel; for purchase of hospital stores and medicines; for purchase of books and stationery; for purchase of horse feed; for allowance to discharge convicts; and for other contingent expenses, the sum of twelve thousand five hundred and five dollars and thirty-nine cents, to be paid out of any moéiey tgp Treasugy gotlpthegwifsel appropriated, and to be expended un er the rection o the oar o ns ectors; Bnrying For the erection of a plain substanliial fence around the burying

 *°F°** ground at Fort Gibson m the State of Arkansas, five hundred dollars;

' For surveys of the public lands in the district composed of the States