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346 TWENTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. HI. Ch. 82. 1839. Consulates in For interpreters, guards, and other expenses incidental to the consu- T¤¤ki¤l¤ d¢?¤¤i¤- lates in the Turkish dominions, five thousand five hundred dollars ; mfgrm of For salary of the principal and two assistant librarians, pay of the Congress. messenger, and for contingent expenses of the library, three thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars; Purchase of For the purchase of books for the library of Congress, five thousand b°°k¤• dollars; Expenses of For stationery, fuel, printing, and all other contingent expenses of, Senate- the Senate, in addition to former appropriations, forty thousand dollars; Expenses of For stationery, fuel, printing, and all other contingent expenses of H°¤¤° Qi R°P‘ the House of Representatives, in addition to former appropriations, one r°”°"°°°"°°' hundred thousand dollars; ‘ The two sums last mentioned to be applied to the payment of the ordinary expenditures of the Senate and House of Representatives, severally, and to no other purpose. dhincipal ger- For salary of the principal gardener, one thousand two hundred dolener. lm-S ; Hcnscand For alterations and repairs of the President’s house and furniture, 81'<>¤¤dS· and for superintendence of the grounds, three thousand four hundred and sixty-five dollars; Praparing,&,e. For preparing, printing, and binding documents ordered by the resod¤¤¤¤¤¢¤¤¤· lutions of ‘ the Senate of the second of July, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-six, and second March, one thousand eight hundred and thirty- seven, relating to the establishment of the seat of Government; plans, and surveys for the improvement of harbors and rivers, roads and canals; to be disbursed under the direction of the committee to audit gud control the contingent expenses of the Senate, fifteen thousand .. ollars ; Reliefofinsol- For expenses arising under the act for the relief of certain insolvent "°“’ d°l‘*°"’· debtors of the United States, three thousand dollars; Wall at New For an appropriation carried to the surplus fund on the thirty-first of O¤'l°¤¤¤· December, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-six, for a brick wall grcflind the custom-house at New Orleans, five thousand five hundred 0 BIS; Marine hospi· For completing the marine hospital authorized to be erected in the

      • 1*** M°l”l°· city of Mobile, fifteen thousand dollars;

Repair of pier, For an appropriation carried to the surplus fund on the thirty-first of

 S’“'°“ December, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, for the repair of the pier

and wharves at the public stores on Staten island, two thousand three hundred and thirteen dollars and seventy-five cents; Custom-house For constructing the custom-house at Boston, seventy-five thousand at Boston. dollars ; Custom-house For constructing the custom-house at New York, one hundred and at N"` Y°"k· fifty thousand dollars; Furniture. For furnishing one hundred and fifty-six rooms in the new Treasury building, including one thousand dollars for shelves and cases in the ylallous rooms occupied by the Register, sixteen thousand six hundred o ars; Smithsonian For carrying into effect the acts relating to the Smithsonian legacy, l¤e*¤¤Y· ten thousand dollars, to be paid out of the fund arising from that legacy. Survelymgthe For surveying the public lands, in addition to the unexpended balance l>¤l>l¤¤ ¤ · of former appropriations, fifteen thousand dollars; Sl.\\1V6?l1’lg lhs _ For surveying the public lands in Louisiana, at a rate not exceeding

 S m eight dollars per mile, in addition to the special appropriation for this

183-,, chju purpose, per act of the third of March, eighteen hundred and thirty- seven, fifteen thousand dollars; New 'Ifraasu- For the construction of the new Treasury building, one hundred W l¤¤ld¤¤8· thousand dollars; Patent Office. For the construction of the Patent Office, fifty thousand dollars;