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528 TVVENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 202. 1842. so unreasonably delayed or intentionally omitted; and, in any such case, it shall be the duty of the Secretary of 1State to disconlpnue the publication of the laws in the news a er be on in to suc pro rietors, and such newspaper shall in no evbnlf be againgaugfhorized, nor Shall the proprietor thereof be again employed, to publish the laws of the United States. Incidental and Sec. 22. And be it further enacted, That, for the purpose of limiting ¢<>¤*i0eQ¤¤ ¤p- the incidental and contingent appropriations for the necessary expenses l’"’*"‘”"°"· of the Government to specific objects, as far as praplticablle, thie fpllowine sums are hereb appropriated for the year eig teen un re and foiaty-two, out of an; uiiiipplfopriated money in the Treasury, to the objects hereinafter specified, namely: qtqt D t Department of Statc.——For distributing the aggregate returns of the uic,;,? gpmsixth census, eight thousand dollars. Distributing For purchasing and preparing indices to the manuscript papers of "*{}:;‘;?3sin the Congress of the Confederation, and to the Washington Papers, and pmpmgg deposited in the department of State, one thousand dollars. indices. Navy Department.-——No. 1. In the Secretary’s Office: liz? Dc9m' For blank books, binding, and stationery, six hundred dollars, g€c{m,yr,, For extra clerk hire, four thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. <>m¤¢· For printing, three hundred dollars. For labor, three hundred and fifty dollars. For miscellaneous items, four hundred dollars. For newspapers and periodicals, one hundred dollars. Navy C0m_ No. 2. In the Navy Commissioners' Office: miss’rs’ office, For blank books, binding, and stationery, five hundred dollars. For extra clerk hire, two thousand one hundred and fifty dollars. For labor, three hundred dollars. For miscellaneous items, six hundred and fifty dollars. _S.W._execn- No. 3. For the southwest Executive building: ‘“’° b“‘ld“‘€· For labor, three hundred and twenty-five dollars. For fuel and light, one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars. For miscellaneous items, one thousand one hundred and fifty dollars _N. E._execu- No. 4. For the northeast Executive building: “V" b“‘id“‘g· For labor, one thousand two hundred dollars. I For fuel and light, one thousand four hundred dollars. For miscellaneous items, seven hundred dollars. War Depart- War Department.—No. 5. In the office of the Secretary of War. mggféc of For blank books, binding, and stationery, six hundred dollars. Sec, of nvm_ For newspapers and periodicals, two hundred and fifty dollars. For labor, three hundred dollars: For printing, three hundred dollars. For miscellaneous items, five hundred and fifty dollars. For books, maps, and plans, one thousand dollars. For extra clerk hire, three thousand dollars. Cvmmissipncr No. 6. In the office of the Commissioner of Indian affairs: °f I"d‘ °fl°"S· For blank books, binding, and stationery, six hundred dollars. For labor, fift dollars. For miscellanbous items, eight hundred and fifty dollars. C<>m¤1lS¤i<>¤<=r N o. 7. In the office of the Commissioner of Pensions: °{ P°"s‘°"S‘ For blank books, binding, and stationery, five hundred dollars. For printing, four hundred dollars. For fuel, one hundred and fifty dollars. For miscellaneous items, four hundred and fifty dollars. Commanding No. 8. In the office of the Commanding General: G¢¤¤’¤l· For miscellaneous items, three hundred dollars. Adjutant Gen- No. 9. In the office of the Adjutant General: °"’l‘ For blank books, binding, and stationery, two hundred dollars For miscellaneous items, three hundred dollars.