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638 TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. IH. Ch. 100. 1843. and forty-two, to thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and forty-four, twenty-one thousand dollars. $°¤`¢Y¤¤'Y *0 For compensation of the secretary to sign patents for public lands, f£;f"°"ls M one thousand five hundred dollars. Commissioner For compensation of the Commissioner of Public Buildings in Wash- 9Y P¤bli¤ build- ington city, and the three assistants, as draw-keepers at the Potomac '"gs' bridge, including oil, tire wood, and repairs, four thousand dollars. Mint and (batted States Mint and Branches.-~For compensation of the oml°"**?°h'¢¤· . cers and workmen of the mint at Philadelphia, viz: dill;‘,§,';‘f,:;gfl”` For the director, three thousand five hundred dollars; cars. For the treasurer, two thousand dollars; For the chief coiner, two thousand dollars; For the assayer, two thousand dollars; For the melter and reliner, two thousand dollars; For the engraver, two thousand dollars; For the assistant assayer, one thousand three hundred dollars; For four clerks, four thousand four hundred dollars; Workmen. For wages to workmen, twenty-four thousand dollars; Coniinge at For incidental and contingent expenses, including the wastage of °"P°“s°S· gold and silver, fuel, materials, stationery, water, rent, and taxes, seven thousand nine hundred and seventy-three dollars. Specimens. For specimens of ores and coins to be reserved at said mint, three hundred dollars. Branch mint For compensation of the officers and workmen of the branch mint at m Ch°'l°“°"‘ Charlotte, in North Carolina, viz : °m°"S' For the superintendent, two thousand dollars; For the assayer, one thousand five hundred dollars; For the coiner, one thousand five hundred dollars; For the clerk, one thousand dollars; Workmen. For wages to workmen, three thousand five hundred dollars. Contingent For incidental and contingent expenses, including fuel, materials, °"P°“°°S· stationery, taxes, and wastage of gold, one thousand five hundred dollars. Brnneh mint For compensation of the officers and workmen of the branch mint at

}Hlg;_hl°'*°¤¤‘·· Dahlonega, in Georgia, viz:

s' For the superintendent, two thousand dollars; For the assayer, one thousand five hundred dollars; For the coiner, one thousand five hundred dollars; For the clerk, one thousand dollars; Workmen. For wages to workmen, two thousand eight hundred and eighty dollars. Contingent For incidental and contingent expenses of said branch, including °XP°‘*“°S- fuel, materials, stationery, taxes, and wastage of gold, one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars. Nlirangrlmintat For compensation of the officers and workmen of the branch mint at 0,,;;,5* °“"” New Orleans, viz: For the superintendent, two thousand five hundred dollars ; For the treasurer, two thousand dollars; For the coiner, two thousand dollars; For the assayer, two thousand dollars; For the melter and refiner, two thousand dollars; For two clerks, two thousand four hundred dollars; Workmen. For wages to workmen, twenty thousand dollars. Contingent For incidental and contingent expenses of said branch, including ¤¤¤¤¤¤S¤S· fuel, rtpzperials, stationery, and wastage of gold and silver, lifteen thou— sand o lars. Territories. Governments in the Territories ry' the United States.--For compen·· Wisconsin. sation of the officers of Wisconsin Territory, viz: Governor. For Governor, two thousand five hundred dollars; Judges. For three judges, five thousand four hundred dollars ;