640 TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess.III. Ch. 100. 1843. comply with lect to comply with all and every requirement contained in the one hun- 1‘,?7‘l‘P‘;'”¤'”Ph dred and sixty-seventh para raph of the first section of the twenty-ninth Rr:;i,°§,,;?Th_ chapter of the laws of the llnited States, entitled "An act making ap- 29. propriations for the civil and diplomatic expenses of the Government for the year eighteen hundred and forty-two," and approved May eighteenth, eighteen hundred and forty-two. Miscellaneous. 1lHsccllane0us.——Annuities and grants: A“"“'“°¤ and To Josiah H. Webb, fifty dollars; grams' To Rachel Dohrman, three hundred dollars; To Elizabeth C. Perry_ four hundred dollars; Coast survey. For survey of the coast of the United States, including compensation of superintendent and assistants, one hundred thousan dollars: Prop,o,,,,o,o,,,,,,,o vided, That this, and all other appropriations hereafter to be made for to the mode ot this work, shall, until otherwise provided by law, be expended in ac- 2"Y“’¥ “ °"· cordunce with a plan of reorganizing the mode of executing the survey, c' to be submitted to the President of the United States by a board of officers which shall be organized by him, to consist of the present superintendent, his two principal assistants, and the two naval officers now in charge of the hydrographical parties, and four from among the principal officers of the corps of topographical engineers; none of whom shall receive any additional compensation whatever for this service, and who shall sit as soon as organized. And the President of the United States shall adopt and carry into effect the plan of said board, as agreed upon by a majority of its members; and the plan of said board shall cause to be employed as many officers of the army and navy of the United States as will be compatible with the successful prosecution of the work; the officers of the navy to be employed on the hydrographical parts, and the officers of the army on the topographical parts of the work; and no officer of the army or navy shall hereafter receive any extra pay out of this, or any future appropriations for surveys. Koop", orpto. For compensation of the two keepers of the public archives in Florida, rida archives. one thousand dollars.
- ,,oo;,,omdoot. For expenses in relation to the relief of certain insolvent debtors of
ors. the United States, two thousand dollars. penitentiary of For the support and maintenance of the penitentiary in the District D- C· of Columbia, five thousand dollars. Public store- For repairing the cellar of the public store-house in the city of Baltil¤°¤¤°i¤B”l“‘ more, in such manner as to prevent the admission of water into the m°r°' same, four thousand dollars: this sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury. Mobile cus- For repairs of the custom-house at Mobile, five thousand dollars, or ‘°""h°“"· so much thereof as, in the estimation of the Secretary of the Treasury, alter due inquiry and proper estimates are made, may be deemed necessary to prevent further dilapidation, and render the court-room and other departments in said building fit for use. Sick and dis- To make good a deficiency in the eighteen months ending the thir- '·‘bl“d °°°"‘°“- tieth of June eighteen hundred and forty-three, and estimated deficiency in the year ending on the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and forty- four, in the fund for the relief of sick and disabled seamen, as esta- 1802, ch. 51. blished by the act of the third of May eighteen hundred and three, [two] twenty-five thousand dollars. Boston ooo, For paying the contractors under contracts made by the Government tom-house. of the United States for completing the Boston custom-house, fifty thousand dollars. clmlesmo For repairing the custom-house and post office buildings in Charles- ¤¤§·¤¤¤—h¤g=¤ ton, South Carolina, five thousand dollars. °'émgg?;;‘gi;°‘ For registers for ships and vessels, and lists of crews, including cost tm, sw, of new dies and plates, four thousand dollars.