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480 TWEN TY-SEVEN TH CONGRESS. Sess. I1. Ch. 29. 1842. N o. 96. For compensation of the coiner, one thousand five hundred dollars. N o. 97. For compensation of one clerk, one thousand dollars. N 0. 98. For compensation of workmen, two thousand eight hundred and eight dollars. Branch mint N o.g99l, For compensation of the superintendent of the branch mint al N‘ O’l°““S· at New Orleans, two thousand five hundred dollars. Ollicers, &c. N o. 100. For compensation of the Treasurer, two thousand dollars. No. 101. For compensation of the coiner, two thousand dollars. No. 102. For compensation of the assayer, two thousand dollars. No. 103. For compensation of the melter and refiner, two thousand dollars. N o. 104. For compensation of two clerks, at twelve hundred dollars each, two thousand four hundred dollars. No. 105. For compensation of workmen, two thousand dollars. No. 106. For rebuilding flues of melting department, one thousand five hundred dollars. N o. 107. For iron rods for strengthening north and south wings of the mint, one thousand dollars. Tg5g0n8in Wsconsin Territm·y.—No. 108. For the salary of the Governor of G,,ve;Q,,_ Wisconsin Territory, as Governor, one thousand five hundred dollars ; as superintendent of Indian affairs, one thousand dollars; being in all two thousand five hundred dollars. Judges. No. 109. For compensation of three judges, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each, five thousand four hundred dollars. S*=¤<¢mY· No. 110. For compensation of secretary, one thousand two hundred do lars. cxgpgépgent lt-;lpi.ft11(1.lTor contingent expenses of the Territory, three hundred · an y dollars. Legislative No. 112. For compensation and mileage of the members of the Le- Assembly. &°· gislative Assembly, pay of officers, printing, stationery, fuel, lights, enclosing the Capitol square, and all other incidental and miscellaneous objects, twenty thousand dollars. t050W4L Terri- Iowa Tcrrit0ry.—No. 113. For salary of Governor of Iowa Terrig;,vBm0,_ tory, as Governor, one thousand five hundred dollars; as superintengenthof Indian affairs, one thousand dollars; being in all two thousand ve undred dollars. Judges. No. 114. For compensation of three judges, at one thousand eight hundred dollars eacl1, five thousand four hundred dollars. Secretary. d Elo. 115. For compensation of secretary, one thousand two hundred 0 ars. Contingent No. 116. For contingent expenses of the Territory, three hundred °XP€“s”· and fifty dollars. Legisiative No. 117. For compensation and mileage of the members of the Le- A”"'“blY· gislative Assembly, pay of officers, printing, stationery, fuel, postage, lights, furniture, rent, and all other incidental and miscellaneous objects, twenty thousand one hundred and seventy-five dollars. And for Arrearnges. the arrearages of expenses for the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Iowa, for the present and previous years, the accounts for which shall first be audited and allowed by the proper accounting officers of the Treasury, thirteen thousand four hundred and twenty-one dollars: Proviso Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be used for the pay- ment of the members of the said Legislative Assembly for per diem wages, mileage, or extra services, or for stationery for their individual Further ro- use, nor for any other purpose not authorized by the act of Congress m0_ p establishing the Territory of Iowa: And provided, farther, That the Legislative Assembly of no Territory shall, hereafter, in any instance, or under any pretext whatever, exceed the amount appropriated by _ _ Congress for its annual expenses. m§,l°"d“ T""` Florida Territory.--No. 118. For salary of the Governor, two thoutrovernor. sand five hundred dollars.