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TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. IH. Ch. 100. 1843. 637 Past Office Department.—For compensation of the Postmaster Gen- Post Office em] and the three Assistant Postmasters General, and the clerks D¤li>¤r¢m¤¤t. messenger, and tl'll‘€€ ?1S$l$l3UlZ m€$S€Ug€\’S, Bild two Watcllmcn of thi; Gcrgsgimssger Post Office Department, seventy-four thousand three hundred dollars. i G For contingent expenses of said department, viz: Contingent For blank books, binding, and stationery, one thousand eight °‘P°”“°’- hundred dollars; For newspapers and periodicals, one hundred dollars; For fuel and oil, two thousand one hundred dollars; For miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars; For printing, nine hundred dollars; For labor, one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; For one day watchman, three hundred and sixty dollars; For compensation of temporary clerks, three thousand dollars; For blank books, binding, and stationery, furnished between second October, one thousand eight hundred and forty-one, and twentieth August, one thousand eight hundred and forty-two, six hundred and forty-three dollars and four cents; For blank books, binding and stationery furnished between the first of April eighteen hundred and forty and twenty-fourth May eighteen hundred and forty-one, one thousand five hundred and fifty-six dollars; For advertising done in the years eighteen hundred and thirty-nine and eighteen hundred and forty, one hundred and two dollars and forty-eight cents; For newspapers subscribed for prior to September, eighteen hundred and forty-one, one hundred and fifty dollars; For compensation of the Auditor for the Post Office Department, A¤<li*¤r,6¤¤- and the clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger, in his office, eighty- five thousand seven hundred dollars. ° _ _ For contingent expenses of said office, viz : 6X;,’,;`:st;’¥°°i° For blank books, binding, and stationery, six hundred and fifty dollars; For printing blanks, one thousand one hundred and thirty dollars; For labor, two thousand eight hundred and sixty dollars; . For miscellaneous items, five hundred and fifty dollars. Surveyors and their Clcrks.—For compensation of thesurveyor gen- th$“"'fY;’,;“ mi eral northwest of the Ohio, and the clerks in his office, eight thousand ixigstigwegt of three hundred dollars. the Oliv- For compensation of the surveyor general in Illinois and Missouri, and mms md the clerks in his office, five thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars. Missouri. For compensation of the surveyor general in Arkansas, and the Arkansas. clerks in his office, four thousand three hundred dollars. For compensation of the surveyor general in Louisiana, and the L,,,,,,,,,,,,,_ clerks in his office, four thousand five hundred dollars. For compensation of the surveyor general in Mississippi, and the Mississippi. clerks in his office, seven thousand dollars. For compensation of the surveyor general in Alabama, and the Alabama. clerks in his office, four thousand dollars. For compensation of the surveyor general in Florida, and the clerks Florida. in his office, five thousand five hundred dollars. For compensation of the surveyor general in Wisconsin and Iowa, wgsconsgu and and the clerks in his office, three thousand onehundred dollars: Pro- I¤*g¤· _ vided, That the said several surveyors general shall reside within the r°`"°°' districts for which they are surveyors general, and discharge the duties of their said office. For extra clerks in the offices of the surveyors general, to be appor- Em, clam, tioned to them according to the exigencies of the public service, and in offices of:;;- including the existing undrawn balance of two hundred and ten dollars "Y°” $°“° ‘ and seventy-seven cents, from thirtieth December, ézgghteen hundred