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344 TWENTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. S2. 1839. Commissioner For compensation to the Commissioner of public buildings in Wash. 9fP“l·‘ll° b‘“ld' ington, two thousand three hundred dollars; lE;,_,,,,,,,,,,g,,,_ For compensation to three assistants to the commissioner, as supeyin. tendent of the Potomac bridge, and for the expense of oil for the lamps, one thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars; Omeers of the For compensation to the officers and clerks of the mint, twenty thou. mint- sand four hundred dollars; Laborers, M_ For pay of laborers in the various departments of the mint, and forcontingent expenses, twenty-three thousand dollars; Expenses_ For incidental and contingent expenses, including the wastage of gem and silver, fuel, materials, stationery, water, rent, and taxes, eighteen thousand three hundred dollars; New m¤<=l¤$¤¤· For new machinery, three thousand dollars; rgpccimens 0,- For specimens of ores and coins to be reserved at the mint, one thou. ores, ctc. sand dollars; Bmw], mint For compensation to the officers and clerk of the branch mint at at Ch¤r|¤¤¢· Charlotte, North Carolina, six thousand dollars; L,,r,,,,m_ For pay of laborers in the various departments of the same, three thousand six hundred dollars; Expenses. For wastage of gold, and for contingent expenses of the same, five thousand one hundred dollars; Branch mint For compensation to the officers and clerk of the branch mint at ¤* D¤hl¤¤¤g¤· Dahlonega, Georgia, six thousand dollars; Laborers. For pay of laborers in the various departments of the same, three thousand eight hundred dollars; Expenses. For wastage of gold, and for contingent expenses of the same, four thousand one hundred dollars; Branch mint For compensation to the officers and clerks of the branch mint at “° N· O'l“"“· New Orleans, twelve thousand nine hundred dollars; Laborers. For pay of laborers in the various departments of the same, twenty- two thousand dollars; Expenses. For wastage of gold and silver, and for contingent expenses of the same, seventeen thousand one hundred dollars; Govsrnor,_&.¤. For compensation of _ the Governor, judges, and secretary of Wiscon- °f w‘“°°”“‘- sin Territory, nine thousand one hundred dollars; Expenses, pay For contingent expenses, pay, and mileage of the members of the ‘gL°8“1°*“¥°» Legislative Assembly, pay of officers of the Council, printing, furniture, °' ptationery, fuel, and other incidental expenses, twenty-five thousand dollars; Govemor-,&.c. For compensation of the Governor, judges, and secretary of the °f Fl°*’ld¤· Territory of Florida, fourteen thousand three hundred and seventy dollars; Expenses, pay For contingent expenses, pay, and mileage of the members of the gf Legisisww. Legislative Council of said Territory, pay of the officers of the Coun- °‘ cil, printing, furniture, rent, stationery, fuel, and other incidental expenses, twenty-eight thousand two hundred and fifteen dollars; Governor, sro. For compensation to the Governor, judges, and secretary of the Ter- °f I°“”‘· ritory of Iowa, eight thousand two hundred dollars; 0,$i"t;°F*;:;ut>¤Y For contingent expenses, pay, and mileage of the Legislative Assem- &,,,_ gis °' bly, pay of officers, printing, furniture, stationery, fuel, and all other incidental expenses, including an arrearage of sixteen thousand three hundred and fifty-four dollars, for eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, thirty-seven thousand one hundred and four dollars; Chief justice, For compensation to the chief justice, the associate judges, and dis- &‘°' tirigt judges of the United States, ninety-three thousand nine hundred o ars; U-E:5%°:,:i£E¤· _For compensation of the chief justice and associate judges of the m' District of Columbia, and of the judges of the criminal and orphans' courts of said district, twelve thousand seven hundred dollars ;