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TWENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 105. 1844. 687 For miscellaneous items, one thousand one hundred and twenty dol- Miscellaneous. lars; For the contingent expenses of the southwest executive building viz : S, W. execu- For labor, three hundred and twenty-five dollars; ‘ ’ me ¤¤ll·¤¤z- For fuel and light, one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars; ,,,,(§;;,2:g°°° For miscellaneous items, one thousand one hundred and lilty dollars. i Patent Office.—-For the purchase of such scientilic works as are Patent Office. necessary for the use of the Patent Office, one thousand dollars; S°l°¤*m° For the collection of agricultural statistics, and for other purposes, w°Q?.{,,,m,,,.,| two thousand dollars; statistics. For covering the coping of the Patent Office, to protect the building C,°"¢*i¤K *h¤ from injury by water, seven hundred dollars; gafézg °*`P‘“°“' For an iron railing on the portico, and for lamp posts, six hundred Iron railing, dollars; which several sums, amounting i_n the aggregate to four thou- °’*?,; b .d sand three hundred dollars, to be paid out of the patent fund. 0;- Otegtpdinfui Post Office Department.—For compensation to the Postmaster Gen- dist 0*** oral, three Assistant Postmasters General, clerks, messenger, three D?:,`::::;, assistant messengers, and two watchmen, of the said department, seventy- General, aw. four thousand three hundred [dollars :] Provided, That no extra com- Proviro. pensation shall be paid to clerks in any department for extra services ; For additional compensation to the four assistant messengers em- Inorenseofpay ployed in the Post Ofhce Department, two hundred dollars, so as to *°‘*‘*°°l“°“* increase their compensation to four hundred dollars per year; m°SS°°g°”` For the contingent expenses of said department, viz : Contingent For blank books, binding, and stationery, one thousand eight hun- ¤P¤¤¤¤¤- dred dollars; For fuel and oil, two thousand one hundred dollars; For printing, nine hundred dollars ; For labor, one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; For day watch, three hundred and sixty dollars; For miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars ; including compen· _ Miscellaneous, sation to the superintendent of the General Post Office building from *“°l;"£‘;g €°m‘ the first of January, one thousand eight hundred and forty-two, to the p:,ii,,i,n§,,,3j,li·` thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hundred and forty-four, at the §¤ildi¤z· rate of two hundred and fifty dollars a year. For compensation of the Auditor for the Post Office Department, and Auditor, crc. the clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger, in his office, eighty· tive thousand seven hundred dollars. For contingent expenses of said office, viz : Contingent For labor, two thousand and forty dollars; °‘P°“’°°· For blank books, binding, and stationery, one thousand one hundred dollars; For printing blanks and circulars, one thousand and twenty dollars; For miscellaneous items, seven hundred dollars; Surveyors and their Clerks. ··-For compensation of the surveyor surveyors and general northwest of the Ohio, and the clerks in his office, eight thou- wid;::,?;?,;, of sand three hundred dollars. the Ohio. For compensation of the surveyor general in Illinois and Missouri, M¥m¤<>i? ¤¤d and the clerks in his office, five thousand eight hundred and twenty ‘"°°"‘ dollars. For compensation of the surveyor general in Arkansas, and the A*l<¤¤=*-°·‘*· clerks in his office, four thousand three hundred dollars. _ I 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 of Mississippi, and the Mi¤¤i¤sir>Piclerks in his office, three thousand dollars. For compensation of the surveyor general in Alabama, and the Al¤b¤¤¤¤- clerks in his office, four thousand dollars. For compensation of the surveyor general in Florida, and the clerks Florida. in his office, four thousand five hundred dollars.