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TWENTY-SEVEN TH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch.29. 1842. 477 No. 24. For the salary of the Fifth Auditor, and the compensation mh Auditor. of clerks and messenger in his office, twelve thousand eight hundred dollars. N0_ 25. For the salary of the Treasurer, and for the compensation Trgggurgy, of clerks and messenger in his office, thirteen thousand three hundred and fifty dollars. No, 26. For the salary of the Register of the Treasury, and the Register, compensation of clerks and messengers in his office, twenty-seven thousand two hundred dollars. _ No. 27. For the salary of the Commissioner of the General Land Commissioner Omoo, ond the compensation of the recorder, solicitor, draughtsman, of G¢·=¤¢¤¤l assistant draughtsman, clerks, messengers, and packers in his office, L““d Om°°‘ ninety-eight thousand five hundred dollars. No. 28. For the salary of the Solicitor of the Treasury, and com- Solicitor of the pensation to clerks and messenger in his office, seven thousand four hun- T¤‘°¤¤¤¤’Y· dred and fifty dollars. Department of War.—N0. 29. For the salary of the Secretary of W¤\‘ Derm- \Var, six thousand dollars. 'gkta N 0. 30. For clerks and messengers in said office, thirteen thousand Clerksfhio. three hundred and fifty dollars. No. 31. For the salary of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and Commissioner the compensation of clerks and messengers in his office, seventeen °Y I¤d· ¤*Y¤if¤· thousand nine hundred dollars. ' No, 32. For the salary of the Commissioner of Pensions, and the c°'¤"?l”l°¤°*' compensation of clerks and messenger in his office, sixteen thousand °f P°"°'°"° &'°‘ six hundred dollars. No. 33. For the compensation of clerk in the office·of the Com- Officw of the manding General, one thousand dollars. GC°”'“l°”d*“€ No. 34. For the compensation of clerks in the office of the Adjutant X3E"é;m,m_ General, seven thousand one hundred and fifty dollars. N o. 35. For compensation of clerks and messenger in the Office of Quarter-masthe Quartermaster General, seven thousand three hundred dollars. m G¤¤°F¤l· No. 36. For compensation of clerks and messenger in the office of Psymsster the Paymaster General, seven thousand one hundred dollars. G°¤°“*l- No. 37. For compensation of clerks and messenger in the office of C<>mm’y Gm the Commissary General of Purchases, four thousand and forty dollars. °f P“'°h“““‘ N o. 38. For compensation of clerks in the office of the Commissary (]omm’y Gem General of Subsistence, three thousand eight hundred dollars. of S¤b¤i¤l¤¤¤¤· No. 39. For compensation of clerks in the office of the Chief En- Cm,,,·Eng;_ gincer, five thousand one hundred and fifty dollars. noel-. No. 40. For compensation of clerk in the office of the Surgeon surgeon Gm. General, one thousand dollars. eral- No. 41. For compensation of clerks in the office of the Colonel of Golonelof Ordnance, eight thousand one hundred and fifty dollars. 0*’d¤¤¤°°· N 0. 42. For compensation of clerks in the bureau of Topographical Topographical Engineers, three thousand fourhundred dollars. B““°““‘ Navy 1)epm·tment.-—No. 43. For the salary of the Secretary of the Navy Depart- Navy, six thousand dollars. _ _ ngfpetu No. 44. For compensation of clerks and messengers in his office, marks_ · eleven thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. No. 45. For salaries of the Commissioners of the Navy Board, ten Gommissus of thousand five hundred dollars. Navy B°"d‘ No. 46. For compensation of the Secretary of the Navy Board, two Secretary. thousand dollars. No. 47. For compensation of clerks, draughtsman, and messenger, Clerks, &c. in the office of said Board, eight thousand four hundred and fifty dollars. For this sum to pay arrearage for clerks’ salary heretofore appro- Aneoreges. priated, (the same having been carried to the surplus fund in the year