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4745 TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 29. 1842, eight thousand three hundred and thirty-five dollars and eighty-five cents, or so much thereof as may be found necessary, on auditing the accounts by the appropriate committee ; fifty-two thousand three hundred and forty-three dollars and forty-six cents of this amount being for books ordered by the House of Representatives, at the second session of the twenty-sixth Congress, to be distributed to the members of that body. Libm 0,. No. 8. For the salary of the principal and two assistant librarians, g,,,,g,egs.0m. and the messenger of the library, three thousand four hundred and cers. fifty dollars. _ _ Cnnnngnn, No. 9. For contingent expenses, for carpet and repairs to the furniexpenses. ture of the library, one thousand eight hundred dollars. pnmnnsn nf No. 10. For purchase of books for the library of Congress, live books. thousand dollars. N o. 11. For purchase of law books for the library of Congress, one thousand dollars. President of No. 12. For the salary of the President of the United States, U¤i¢¤d Sims- twenty-five thousand dollars. Depmmentog Department of State.-No. 13. For the salary of the Secretary of State. State, six thousand dollars. %‘i°"{f“'£ No. 14. For clerks and messengers in his office, twenty thousand BI S,, C. three hundred dollars. qjomingem N o. 15. For incidental and contingent expenses of the Department ¤XD¤¤S¤S- of State, including publishing and distributing the laws, twenty-five Prinnng &_c_ thousand dollars: Provided, That the job printing, stationery, and Ogcxccutibs dc. binding, of each of the Executive Departments, shall, until otherwise 1¤¤f¤¤¤¤¤S,¢¤ directed by law, be furnished by contract, proposals for which shall l"’ by °°“"“°t‘ regularly be advertised in the public prints. The classes, character, and description, of the printing being specified in each advertisement as far as that can be done, and it being made a condition in all cases, unless otherwise specifically stated in the advertisement, that the work shall be donejn the city of Washington; and the contract shall in each case, so far as the proposals and acceptance shall enable the contract to be made, be given to the lowest bidder, whose bid shall be accompanied with proper testimonials of the ability of the bidder to fulfil his contract. l3ieunial Re- For amount due, in addition to former appropriations, for compiling, g"'·°"· printing, and binding the Biennial Register, one thousand four hundred and sixty-six dollars and forty-nine cents. Trewrry Dc— Treasury De_partment.——No. 16. For the salary of the Secretary of pggggghy the Treasury, six thousand dollars. Clerks, g},c_ No. 17. For compensation to clerks and messengers in his office, twenty thousand and fifty dollars. First Cvmp- No. 18. For the salary of the First Comptroller, and the compensa· °'°u°'· &°· tion of the clerks and messengers in his office, twenty-two thousand six hundred dollars. Second comp- No. 19. For the salary of the Second Comptroller, and the compentroller. &c. sation of the clerks and messenger in his office, fifteen thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. 1¤¤ A¤di¤>r· No. 20. For the salary of the First Auditor, and the compensation of the clerks and messenger in his office, eighteen thousand nine hun— dred dollars. 2d A¤dif<>1‘· No. 21. For the salary of the Second Auditor, and the compensation gflplerks and messenger in his office, twenty thousand nine hundred o ars. 3d Auditor. No. 22. For the salary of the Third Auditor, and the compensation gflplerks and messengers in his office, thirty-five thousand and fifty o ars. 4th Auditor, No. 23. For the salary of the Fourth Auditor, and the compensation of clerks and messenger in his office, eighteen thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars.