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688 TWENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Szss.I. Ch. 105. 1844. Wisconsin. For compensation of the surveyor general of Wisconsin, and the clerks in his office, three thousand one hundred dollars. Clerks, no be For compensation of the clerks in the offices of the surveyors gene- ¤l*P°*¤°¤¤d- ral, to be apportioned to them according to the exigencies of the public service, ten thousand dollars. Clerks to For clerks in the offices of the surveyors gxeneral, to transcribe field

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° es' ment, in addition to former appropriations, as follows: }l`l¢gw·west of Office of surveyor general northwest of [the] Ohio, four thousand five Y B *0- hundred dollars. IWisconsin and Office of surveyor general of Wisconsin and Iowa, two thousand dol- °“’“· lars. N{l1inois_nnd Office of surveyor general of Illinois and Missouri, four thousand ‘sS°“"· dollars. Arkansas. Office of surveyor general of Arkansas, one thousand dollars. Alabama. Omce of surveyor general of Alabama one thousand dollars. sigxggazzslsio Fg; compgnfsatigln og thedseipretary to sign patents for public lands, =· ‘ one iousan ve un rc dollars. €<>¤¤;p¤i¤§i9p;¤‘ For compensation of the Commissioner of the Public Buildings in fn;} ’° ““Washington city, two thousand dollars; Assistants, For compensation to four assistants, draw-keepers at the Potomac gwé_g¢P¤¢¤m¤¤ bridge, including oil for lamps and machinery, fire wood and repairs of " _·=°' bridge, and for arrearages due, five thousand five hundred dollars. bgmqggd Mint of the United States and Branc}¢es.—For compensation of the Mm, ,,,'ph;l,,_ officers and workmen of the mint at Philadelphia, namely: delphia—offi- For the director, three thousand five hundred dollars; °°’“· For the treasurer two thousand dollars · For the chief coiner, two thousand dollars; For the assayer, two thousand dollars; For the engraver, two thousand dollars; For the assistant assayer, one thousand three hundred dollars; For the melter and refiner, two thousand dollars; For four clerks, four thousand four hundred dollars; Workmen. For wages to workmen twenty-four thousand dollars. Contingent For incidental and confingent expenses, including fuel, materials, sta- °XP°¤S€°· tionery, water rent and repairs, four thousand dollars. Specimens. For specimens of ores and coins to be reserved at the mint, eight hundred dollars. Pturchasglpg For the purchase of the perpetual right, for the mint and branch P° °“9 "€ . °" mints of the United States to the use of a patented ap aratus for count- 1 s. . . . ’ P wuming °° n ing coins, invented by the late Rufus Tyler, two thousand five hundred dollars. apgpisrhoméni ChFc;r comperlgatiplnéif the officers and workmen of the branch mint at ar otte in ort arolina viz 1 omccm For the superintendent, tvsio thousand dollars; For the assayer, fifteen hundred dollars; For the coiner, fifteen hundred dollars; For the clerk, one thousand dollars; Workmen. For wages to workmen, three thousand five hundred dollars; Contingent For the incidental and contingent expenses of said branch, including expenses- fuel, materials, stationery, repairs and wastage of gold, fifteen hundred dollars · New roof to For ienewing the roof of the mint, one thousand dollars; mégihch mm For compensation of the officers and workmen of the branch mint at at Dam°Mga_ Dahlonega, Georgia, viz: officers. For the superintendent, two thousand dollars ; For the assayer fifteen hundred dollars; For the coinerjfifteen hundred dollars; For the clerk, one thousand dollars; .