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'1‘WEN TY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. H. Ch. 283,286. 1842. 579 contract made with the Common Council of the said city of Alexandria as aforesaid, to vend or sell tickets, or parts of tickets, or shares, in an; lottery or lotteries, authorized by the Legislature of any State or Territory within the United States, or any foreign Government. APPROVED, August 31, 1842. "““" S·u·rm·z II. Ch.u>.CCLXXXIIL—-dn dot to wide or rqhaai materials and or t .wppm·t of the pcnitengzry iw6MM iilblumbia. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the sum of seven thou- Appropriation. sand nine hundred and sixty-tive dollars be, and the same is hereby, uppropriatcd for the purpose of furnishing raw materials for manufacture and for the support of the penitentiary in the District of Columbia, to be expended under the direction of the board of inspectors of said penitentiary, and to be paid out of any money in the Treasury not otherwisc appropriated. _ Appuovmu, August 31, 1842. _""" Srnum II. C1-rn. CCLXXXVI.- An dat to rgiganzzg the Navy Department of the United Aug, 3;, gg4g_ C3. ll j*·**'"·*"'* Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the act up- Actofnh Feb. proved February seventh, eighteen hundred and iittccn, entitled “An m5·l°g·35· act to alter und amend the several acts establishing a Navy Depart- r p 3 €’ ment, by adding thereto a Board of Commissioners," be, and the same is hereby, repealed. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That there shall be attached to Bureausto be the Navy Department the following bureaus, to wit: 1. A bureau of Navy Yards and Docks. men! P 2. A bureau of Construction, Equipment and Repairs. 3. A bureau of Provisions and Clothing. 4. A bureau of Ordnance and Hydrogmphy. 5. A bureau of Medicine and Surgery. Sec. 3. And be iaifurther enacted, That the President of the United Chiefs of the States, by and with e advice and consent of the Senate, shall appoint, ;’§;g;$;5°1?§W from the captains in the naval service, a chief for each of the bureaus ’ of Navy Yards and Docks, and of Ordnance and Hydrggraphy, who shall each receive a salary of three thousand fwc hundredollars pct annum, in lieu of all other compensation whatever, in the naval Scrvice ; and shall, in like manner, appoint a chief of the bureau of Construction, Equipment, and Repairs, who shall be a skilful naval coustructor, and shall also appoint a chief of the bureau of Provisions and Vol. x. p. 100. Clothing, who shall each receive for his services three thousand dollars . per annum; and shall in like manner appoint from the surgeons of the I navy a. chief of the bureau of Medicine and Surgery, who shall receive ` for his services two thousand five hundred dollars par annum. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of the Navy S°°:;v§‘£'l;’ shall appoint the following clerks, to wit: {2F3m For the office of the Secretary of the Navy, a chief clerk, who shallje- 03m of the Géivc for his services two thousand dollars per annum; cnc registering gwwv °?‘h° clerk, who shall receive for his services one thousand fqur hundred dol- °"y‘ lars per annum; three recording clerks, who shall receive for their sgrvices each one thousand dollars pcr annum; one princxpal corresponding clerk, who shall receive for his services one thousand five hundred dollars per annum; and two assistant corresponding clerks, who shall rc- (:1) Notes of the acts relating to the navy of the United States, vol. 2, 699.