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TWENTY-EIGll’l‘H CONGRESS. Sess. II. C11. l71. 1845. 759 ]IHnt ry" the United States and Branches.———At Philadelphia viz. : Mint and For salaries of the director, treasurer, chief coiner, meltef and re- l’"’l‘°l‘”· finer, engraver, assayer, assistant assayer, and four clerks, nineteen thou- diiQiii,,i;,5£ll°` sand two hundred dollars. em, For wages of workmen, twenty-four thousand dollars. For incidental and contingent expenses, including fuel, materials, Contingent stationery, repairs, water rent, and wastage, six thousand dollars, °"l’°"s"· For specimens of ores, to be reserved at the mint, three hundred dollars. At Charlotte, North Carolina, viz ; B,,,,,,;, mgm For the erection of a building in the place of the one destroyed by at C_h=·Fl¤¤¤¤·— fire, twenty-five thousand dollars; and the Secretary of the Treasury is Building' hereby required so to arrange the plan of the building, and the execution of it, that the whole cost of the building shall not exceed the aforesaid sum; For the purchase of machinery and tools, including repairs of the old, M¤°hi¤€*Y· and contingencies, ten thousand dollars; and that the expenditure of &°' the appropriations for the erection of the building and the purchase and repair of machinery be commenced as soon as practicable after the passage of this act; For salaries of superintendent, assayer, coiner and clerk, six thousand _Ofiicers; saladollars; and the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby required, imme- *’l°*J°db° ¤¤¤· diately after the passage of'• this act, to suspend the payment of salaries p°" ° ` to any of the said officers until the branch is in a condition to resume its operations, unless -he shall consider it advisable to retain the services of one or more of them in superintending the erection of the building herein provided for. At Dahlonega, Georgia, viz : Branch mint For salaries of the superintendent, assayer, coiner, and clerk, six °l,,D°l‘l°”°S°"‘ thousand dollars; 0 cm' For wages of workmen, three thousand six hundred dollars; For incidental and contingent expenses, including fuel, materials, Cvniinzém stationery, repairs, and wastage, three thousand three hundred dollars; °xl’°"”“‘ At New Orleans, viz: Branch mlmai For salaries of superintendent, treasurer, coiner, assayer, melter and g`l,,g;,?'l°“"“°‘ refiner, and two clerks, twelve thousand nine hundred dollars; ' For wages of workmen, nineteen thousand dollars; _ For incidental and contingent expenses, including fuel, materials, Contingent stationery, water rent, repairs, and wastage, twenty-three thousand dol- °xp°°°°" lars; _ _ Governments in the Territories of the United Statcs.—Wisconsin Territor : For siilaries of Governor, three judges, and .Secretary, nine thou- cEE¤°¤¤*iV°°m· sand one hundred dollars; for contingent expenses of said Territory, C,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, three hundred and fifty dollars; _ _ ¢¤r¤n¤¤¤·_ For compensation and mileage of the members of the Legislative As- Alg;g;m’V° Sombly, pay of officers and attendants, printing, stationery, fuel, and ' other incidental and contingent expenses, thirteen thousand seven hundred dollars; Iowa Territory: _ I°w°' . m For salaries of Governor, three judges, and secretary, nine thousand cg;f°“‘“'°° ‘ one hundred dollars; . For contingent expenses of said Territory, three hundred and fifty cgzfxéggent dollars; _ _ . . For compensation and mileage of the members of the Legislative As- Algggglgflf Scmbly of said Territory, pay of officers and- attendants, printing, stationery, fuel, and other incidental and contingent expenses, fourteen thousand and fifty dollars; . Florida Territory: Fl°nd°'