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580 TWEN TY-SEVEN TH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch.286. 1842. warrant clerk, who shall receive for his services twelve hundred dollars per annum; and one miscellaneous clerk, who shall receive for his services eight hundred dollars per annum. Buruuu of Nu. For the bureau of Navy Yards and Docks, one civil engineer, who VY Yvds ¤¤d shall receive for his services two thousand dollars per annum; one D°°k°‘ draughtsman, who shall receive for his services one thousand dollars per annum; one chief clerk, who shall receive for his services one thousand four hundred dollars per annum; and two assistant clerks, one of whom shall receive for his services one thousand dollars per annum, and the other shall receive for his services eight hundred dollars per annum. Buuuuu ofCgn. For the bureau of Construction, Equipment, and Repairs, one assist- ¤¥¤¤¢¤i<>¤» ¤<1¤i¤· ant constructor and draughtsman, who shall receive for his services the

'§;° md "` sum of one thousand six hundred dollars per annum; and four clerks,

Act' ur Mum}; one of whom shall receive for his services fourteen hundred dollars per 3» 1843, ch- 83· annum, and the others shall receive for their services one thousand dollars er annum, each. . Bureau urpm.Fdi the bureau of Provisions and Clothing, one chief clerk, who shall Vi¤i0¤§ und receive for his services one thousand four hundred dollars per annum; Cl°mmg‘ and two clerks, one of whom shall receive for his services one thousand two hundred dollars per annum, and the other shall receive for his services eight hdhdred dollars per annum. B¤¤>¤¤<>YO¥d· For the bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography, one draughtsman, Eff;,;;? HP who shall receive for his services one thousand dollars per annum; and ` three clerks, one of whom shall receive for his services twelve hundred dollars per annum, and the othegs shall receive for their services one thousand dollars er annum, cac . Bureau of Me- For the bureaup of Medicine and Surgery, two clerks, one of whom dl°i¤° md S“'· shall receive for his services twelve hundred dollars per annum, and the gm" other shall receive for his services eight hundred dollars per annum; and one assistant surgeon, who shall receive for his services not less than the highest pay of his grade in the service. Duties to be Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary of the Navy di¤¤'lb¤*°d shall assign and distribute among the said bureaus such of the duties 3g;:? th° bu` of the Navy Department, as he shall judge to be expedient and proper , and all the duties of the said bureaus shall be performed under the authority of the Secretary of the Navy, and their orders shall be considered as emanating from him, and shall have full force and eifect as such. Messenger . Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That there shall be allowed to each bureau a messenger, who shall receive for his services a compensation not exceeding seven hundred dollars per annum. lf;-unking pri- Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That the chief of each bureau Vfcaeéf Much hereby established shall be authorized to frank all communications from 3, 1845, cl, 43, his bureau; and all communications to his bureau, on the business scc. 6. thereof, shall be free of postage. Papers of the Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, That the books, records, and N"? 9°‘,'%m”" papers, now belonging to the office of the Navy Commissioners shall be gg0E3x;,;,,;;; distributed among the bureaus, according to the nature of their duties ted. respectively; and the Secretary of the Navy is hereby authorized to provide for each bureau, such books of record and accounts, and such Appropriation stationery, as may be found necessary; for which purpose the sum of f°" “*’·“°”°’Y· three thousand Eve hundred dollars is hereby appropriated, payable out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. APDf¤Pfij¤¢i0¤ Sec. 9. And be it further enacted, That the unexpended balance of $,‘;“:£;l:l° hw the appropriation for clerks in the office of the Secretary of the Navy, and the unexpended balance of the appropriation for the Commissioners of the Navy, their Secretary and clerks, together with such additional sum as may be neces ary to carry this law into effect, be, and the same