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524 TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 202. 1842 Topographical In the bureau of Topographical Engineers, two clerks, each one E“S*“°°“'· thousand, one at one thousand four hundred, and one messenger at five hundred dollars. Superintendent One superintendent of the northwest Executive building, at two ml ""°*°h’“°“· hundred and fifty dollars, and four watchmen, at three hundred and sixty-five dollars each. Navy pepm. 4. Lt Navy Department.--In tne Navy Commissioners office, §°¤*· C _ two additional clerks, at one thousand four hundred dollars each. ,,;,g,S_ °mmls` Two additional clerks, at one thousand two hundred dollars each. Superintendent One superintendent of the southwest Executive building, at two hun- ““d w“‘°h“‘°“· greddarhd fifty dpllars, and three watchmen, at three hundred and sixty- ve dollars eac . Office of Ser- 5. In the of icc of the Sergeant-at-Arms of the Hwse of Representat§f¤¤¤*·¤*}_=‘-;{mS» tives.-—One messenger, at the daily compensation received by the other ,,,_,;lf;§,,°:,s_ °pm` messengers of the House of Representatives, and in lieu of one of them. Attorney Gen- 6. Lz the office of the Attorney General.-One messenger, five hun-

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Sec. 2. And be it further enacted That in the Supreme Court of Repormm the United States one reporter shall he appointed by the couliit, with a S e 0 C salary of twelve hundred and fiftyrdollarsc Provzded hat e deliver tolli: dyiprinigif to the Secretary of State, for distribution, one hundred and fifty copies Gif- , of each volume of reports that he shall hereafter prepare and publish,

Q6, immediately after the publication thereof, which publication shall be

I made annually, within four months after the adjournment of the court at which the decisions are made. Salaries of as- Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the assistant librarian of the mmni lll>*¤¤¤¤ library of Congress shall receive eleven hundred and fifty dollars, and gf,§?:g:;g,,_ the messenger seven hundred dollars, per annum, to take eflhct from ° the first day of January, eighteen hundred and forty-two, in lieu of their present compensation. A_clerk’s sala- Sec. 4. And be it iéurther enacted, That the clerk in the cflice of' gzénlgglj; Q the Secretary of the avy, whose salary was fixed at eight hundred dol- ’ d_ lars by the act of the twentieth of April eighteen hundred and eighcighicof April teen, shall receive, in addition thereto, tve;0 hundred dollars. ¤k(lg€»°l· 87- Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of the Treacmk in°§§ic6 of sury be, and he is hereby, authorized to employ an additional clerk, as See. of Treas. assistant in his office, at a salary of eighteen hundred dollars per an- Cierks to su- num; and the superintendent of Indian Affairs at St. Louis be, and he §¢r¤¤¢<g¤d¤¤¤é¤· hereby is, authorized to employ one clerk, at a compensation of twelve

 "“* t' hundred dollars, in lieu of the two clerks authorized by the act of May

Act of May 9, ninth, eighteen hundred and thirty-six; and so much of said last men- @36. ¤h-60· tioameg act as authorizes the employment of two clerks is hereby repe e . Foregoingodi- Sec. 6. And be it further enacted That the several offices and em-

d*:‘:,,’{‘;';°· ployments hereinbefore mentioned ari: hereby made and declafed to be

_;,,y,,1844',,x_ lawful, to all intents and purposes whatever; and the respective heads cept thqss_oth- of Departments, under whom the same are held and exercised, are here-

Y‘X§lz¥£**°d by authorized and empowered to fill the same, and to continue the exerycise and discharge thereof, at the salaries aforesaid, until the first day

Posr,p.694. of :Iuly,.eighteen hundred and forty-four, except such as are otherwise pmviS,,_ limited rn this act: Provided, That in all cases where any of the aforementioned officers, or other persons herein authorized to be employed, have already been employed, and are now in the discharge of their respective duties, or have been so since the first day of January last, under the authority of former appropriation bills, at a different rate of compensation than is hereby authorized and affixed to their respective places, they shall be entitled receive the same rate of compensation heretofore allowed, and at which they have been retained in employ- rpent, from the first day of January last to the time of the passage of t is act. Apfmpriatiun. Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That the sum of fifty thousand