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758 TWENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 71. 1.845. for the President’s grounds, Fountain square, Lafayette square, and Pennsylvania avenue, repairs of fence at Fountain square, Lafayette square, President’s garden, and for repairs of pumps and sewers, three thousand and seventy-seven dollars. W¤_*¤*·P<>¤¤S» For improved iron water posts on Pennsylvania avenue, for flagging n"gg‘"g’ &'°‘ in from of the Treasury buildings, for repairs of the figure on th tympanum of the Capitol, and for the purchase of hose for the Anacostia Fire Engine Company, four thousand three hundred and twenty- seven dollars. Pennsylvania For paving and repairing Pennsylvania avenue and repairing the road ¤V€¤¤*=, &¤· to the Congressional burial ground and to the navy-yard, agreeably to the mode, and under the superintendence provided in a bill for that purpose, which passed the Senate February twenty, one thousand eight hundred and forty-four, thirty-eight thousand dollars. plans {0,- Wm- And the President of the United States is hereby authorized to ap- ¤¤d Navy DE- point a skilful architect to prepare and submit to him the necessary £;“;"‘€"‘b“‘ld` plans for a fire·proof building upon such plan of arrangement as may gbe ultimately required for the War and Navy Departments; and that he submit the same to Congress at its next session with an estimate of the cost of erecting such buildings for its action and decision. Surveyors and Surveyors and their Clerks.—For compensation of the surveyor gen- 'l§" 5l°"l“·[ { eral northwest of the Ohio, and the clerks in his office, eight thousand ,l,,°5Q{:°s 0 three hundred dollars: Provided, That said surveyor general’s office Provisn, office northwest of the Ohio shall be removed to and kept at such place in the tg Ryiggflgzed State of Michigan as the President of the United States shall from time papersio 5,, to time direct. And that on the removal of the said office as aforesaid, huudcd over- or as soon thereafter as practicable, the surveyor general of said district shall be required to deliver over to the Secretaries of State of the States of Ohio and Indiana or such other officers as may be authorized to receive them, all the field notes, maps, records, and other papers appertaining to the surveys and land titles within their limits. Illinoisand For compensation of the surveyor general in Illinois and Missouri, M‘”°“"· and the clerks in his office, five thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars. Arkansas. For compensation of the surveyor general in Arkansas, and the clerks in his office, four thousand three hundred dollars. Louisiana, For compensation of the surveyor general in Louisiana, and the clerks in his office, four thousand five hundred dollars. Mississippi. For compensation of the surveyor general in Mississippi, and the clerks in his ofnce, three thousand six hundred dollars. Alabama. For compensation of the surveyor general in Alabama, and the clerks in his office, four thousand dollars. Florida. For compensation of the surveyor general in Florida, and the clerks in his office, five thousand five hundred dollars. Wisconsin and For compensation of the surveyor general in Wisconsirx and Iowa, l°‘”“· and the clerks in his office, three thousand one hundred dollars. Apportionment For compensation of the clerks in the offices of the surveyors general, ‘:£”‘;mP°"¤¤¤°¤ to be apportioned to them according to the exigencies of the public cerks. · · . . . service, and, if necessary, to be employed in transcribing field notes of surveys, for the purpose of preserving them at the seat of Government, fifteen thousand dollars. sccmmy to For compensation of the secretary to sign patents for public lands, Sigupatems- one thousand five hundred dollars. gommissgoney For compensation of the Commissioner of Public Buildings, in Wash- 9f public build- ington city, two thousand dollars. "l?;0mac For compensation to four assistants, draw keepers at the Potomac bridge, bridge, including oil for lamps and machinery, fire wood, and repairs of the bridge, and for arrearages due, four thousand two hundred and ninety dollars.