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For compensation and mileage of the members of the Legis- 1836. {ative Council of the Territory of Arkansas, including fuel, sta- $10,000 tionery, printing and distribution of the laws and journals, ten thousand dollars.

For compensation to the Governor, Judges, and Secretary $11,700. Govern of the Florida Territory, eleven thousand seven hundred dol- Territory. lars.

For the contingent expenses of the Florida Territory, three $350. hundred and fifty dollars.

For compensation and mileage of the members of the Legis- €9,406 lative Council of Florida, pay of officers and servants of the Council, fuel, stationery, printing, and incidental expenses, nine thousand four hundred and six dollars.

For arrearages of the expenses of the Legislative Council of cos 60. Florida, nine hundred and eight dollars, and sixty cents.

For allowances to the Assistant Counsel, and District Attorney, $4,000. under the acts for the settlement of private land claims in FloTida, four thousand dollars.

For compensation to the Chief Justice, the Associate Judges, 881,400. Judicia and District Judges of the United States, eighty-one thousand "*. four hundred dollars.

For the expenses of printing the records of the Supreme 83000 Court of the United States, for the term of eighteen hundred and thirty-six, three thousand dollars.

For the salaries of the Chief Justice and Associate Judges of $9,500 the District of Columbia, and of the Judges of the Orphans' courts of the said District, nine thousand five hundred dollars.

For compensation to the Attorney General of the United States, 8:140€. Attorney four thousand dollars.

For compensation to the clerk in the office of the Attorney $801
General, eight hundred dollars.

For a messenger in said office, five hundred dollars.
For contingent expenses of said office, five hundred dollars.
For compensation to the reporter of the decisions of the Su- $1,000. Roporter

Supreme Court preme Court, one thousand dollars.

For compensation to the District Attorneys and Marshals, as $12,900. granted by law, including those in the several Territories, twelve thousand nine hundred dollars.

For defraying the expenses of the supreme, circuit, and district $345,60.. courts of the United States, including the District of Columbia; also, for jurors and witnesses, in aid of the funds arising from fines, penalties, and forfeitures, incurred in the year eighteen hundred and thirty-six, and preceding years; and, likewise, for defraying the expenses of suits in which the United States are concerneu, anú vî prosecutions for viiences committed agaiusi the United States, and for the safe keeping of prisoners, three hundred and forty five thousand dollars.

For the payment of sundry pensions, granted by special acts of 1,350. Pensions Congress, one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars. For the support and maintenance of light-houses, floating lights, 879,99607. Ligde

houses, &c, beacons, buoys, and stakeages, including the purchase of lamps, oil, keepers' salaries, repairs and improvements and contingent

General.

$500

8500.

83,000

seainen.

1836. expenses, two hundred and seventy-nine thousand, nine hundred

and eighty-six dollars and seven cents.

For a light-house on a proper site, at or near Michigan city, Indiana, in addition to a former appropriation, made thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and thirty-four, three thousand dol

lars. 83,000.

For a light-house on a proper site, at Pottawatamie island, at the entrance of Green bay, in Lake Michigan, in addition to a former appropriation, made thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and

thirty-four, three thousand dollars. $1,200

For a light-house or beacon light on one of the piers at the harbor of Oswego, on Lake Ontario, in addition to former appro

priations, twelve hundred dollars. $8,700

For the removal of the light-house now on the north end of Goat island, near the harbor of Newport, Rhode Island, in addition to former appropriations, eight thousand seven hundred dol

lars. $2,600

For erecting a frame building for a beacon light, at the end of west pier, at the mouth of Black river, Ohio, two thousand six

hundred dollars. $225 50 For finishing and securing the foundation of the beacon light

at Cunningham creek, Ohio, two hundred and twenty-five dollars

and fifty cents. $15,000. Disabled To make good a deficiency in the funds for the relief of sick

and disabled seamen, as established by the acts of sixteenth July, seventeen hundred and ninety-eight, and third May, eighteen hun

dred and two, fifteen thousand dollars. $3,000. Insolvent For expense in relation to the relief of certain insolvent debtors

of the United States, under the act of seventh of June, eighteen

hundred and thirty-four, three thousand dollars. $650. Surveying For surveying the public lands in Ohio, six hundred and fifty

dollars. $15,000. Michigan For suiveying the public lands in the Michigan, peninsula, peninsula.

fifteen thousand dollars. $50,000. Michigan For surveying the public lands in Michigan Territory, west and Wisconsin. of the lake, and in Wisconsin Territory, fifty thousand dollars. $10,000.

For surveying the public lands in Illinois and Missouri, forty and Missouri.

thousand dollars. $10,000

For surveying the public lands in Mississippi, ten thousand sippi.

dollars.

For surveys south of the thirty-first degree north latitude, by the Surveyor General of Alabama, twenty-five hundred dollars.

For survey of the Creek lands, one thousand dollars. $16,480. Florida. For survey of the public lands and private land claims, by the

Surveyor General of Florida, sixteen thousand four hundred and eighty dollars.

For survey of the public lands and private land claims, by the

Surveyor Gerieral of Louisiana, thirty-five thousand dollars. 825,000. Arkan. For surveying public lands by the Surveyor General of Arkan

debtors,

in Ohio.

Mlinois

Missis.

$2.500. South of 31° N. Lat.

Creek

$1,000. lands.

Louis

$35,000. iana

sas, twenty-five thousand dollars. $1,000. Archives For the salaries of two keepers of the public archives, in Florida, of Florida.

one thousand dollars.

sas.

laneous claims.

Secreta. ries of Legution.

to Turkey

Outfits of ministers.

of charges.

claims.

powers.

For the discharge of such miscellaneous claims against the 1836. United States, not otherwise provided for, as shall be ascertained $12,000. Aliseland admitted in due course of settlement at the Treasury, twelve thousand dollars. For the salaries of the Ministers of the United States to Great $36.000. Salaries

of Ministers. Britain, France, Spain, and Russia, thirty-six thousand dollars.

For the salaries of the secretaries of legation to the same places, $8.000 eight thousand dollars.

For the salaries of the secretaries of legation to France, Spain, 86,000. and Russia, for the year eighteen hundred and thirty-five, six thousand dollars.

For the salaries of the chargés des affaires to Portugal, Den- $63,000. mark, Sweden, Holland, Turkey, Belgium, Brazil, Chili, Peru, Mexico, Central America, New Grenada, Prussia, and Venezuela, sixty-three thousand dollars.

For the salary of the drogoman to the legation of the United $6.500. Legation States to Turkey, and for contingent expenses of that legation, six thousand five hundred dollars.

For outfits of ministers to Great Britain, France, and Spain, $7.000 twenty-seven thousand dollars.

For outfits of chargés des affaires to Mexico, Prussia, and $13,500. Outfits Peru thirteen thousand five hundred dollars.

For the salaries of the agents for claims at London and Paris, $4,000. Agents of four thousand dollars.

For the expenses of intercourse with the Barbary Powers, 812,000. Barbary twelve thousand dollars.

For the relief and protection of American seamen in foreign 30.000. Americountries, thirty thousand dollars.

For completing Digest of Commercial Regulations of Foreign $5,883 34. Digest Countries, under the resolution of the House of Representatives Ulations

Commercial Reg. of the third of March, eighteen hundred and thirty-one, five thousand eight hundred and eighty-three dollars and thirty-four cents.

For completing the custoin-house at New Bedford, and en-97,200 closing the lot, seven thousand two hundred dollars.

For the crection of a custom-house at New York, in addition $20,000. At New to former appropriations, three hundred thousand dollars.

For completing the public warehouse, at Baltimore, seventeen $17.000. At Baltithousand dollars.

For the payment of balances due to officers of the old internal 85,700 23. revenue and direct tax, being the balance of a former appropriation for that object, carried to the surplus fund, thirty-first December, eighteen hundred and thirty-five, five thousand seven hundred dollars and twenty-three cents.

For paying certain inhabitants of West Florida, now citizens $1.519 41. of Louisiana and Mississippi, the claims passed by the accounting officers of the Treasury, being the balance of a former appropriation for that object, carried to the surplus fund on the thirty-first December, eighteen hundred and thirty-five, one thousand five hundred and nineteen dollars and forty-one cents.

For the payment of certain certificates, being the balance of a $57,450 76. former appropriation for that object, carried to the surplus fund

can geamen.

.

. Custom house, &c. New Bedford.

York

more,

Proviso

Relle.

1836. on the thirty-first December, eighteen hundred and thirty-five,

thirty-seven thousand four hundred fifty-five dollars and seventy

six cents. $2,010 06 For the incidental and contingent expenses of the Department

of State, being a balance due to William Browne, on that account,

two thousand and ten dollars and six cents. 82732 20 For clerk hire and other expenses in relation to the northeast

ern boundary agency, being a balance due to William Browne, on that account, two thousand seven hundred thirty-two dollars and twenty cents; these two last appropriations to be carried to the credit of said Browne, on account of contingencies of foreign

intercourse. $13,615. Astron For arrearages for the service of astronomer, assistants, and Lions, norih boun: incidental expenses incurred in making astronomical observadary' of Ohio.

tions during the year eighteen hundred and thirty-five, under the act of the fourteenth July, eighteen hundred and thirty two, " to provide for the taking of certain observations preparatory to the adjustment of the northern boundary live of the State of Ohio": Provided, The compensation to the principal astronomer and assistants shall not exceed that granted, under the appropriation for the same service, of eighteen hundred and thirty-three, thirteen thousand six hundred and fifteen dol

lars. 8500 to James H. For compensation to James H. Relfe, for his services as mes

senger, in conveying the final report of the commissioners for the adjustment of private land claims, five hundred dollars.

For the payment of claims of Lieutenant Colonel W. LawW. Lawrence.

rence and others, being part or an appropriation made by the act of the fifth March, one thousand eight hundred and sixteen, for these objects, carried to the surplus fund on the thirty-first of December, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six, reappropriated on the twentieth of March, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, and again carried to the surplus fund on the thirty-first of December, one thousand eight hundred and thirty, three hundred and forty-seven dollars and sisty seven cents.

For the expense of medals and swords for Colonel Croghan Col. Croghan,dic. and others, five thousand one hundred dollars. 85,000. Bringing For the expense of bringing to the seat of Government the votes of Presiden votes for President and Vice President of the United States, eight

thousand dollars.

For the survey of the coast of the United States, eighty thou

sand dollars. 89,500. Governor For the Governor, judges, secretary, district attorney, and terioWinconcin media, and contingeni ta perista, ufilic Wisconsin Terrivry,

nine thousand, nine hundred dollars. $9,400.

Compensation and mileage of the members of the Legislative Council

, and to destay the expenses on the Legisiative Assembly, the printing of the laws, and other incidental expenses of said

Territory, nine thousand four hundred dollars. *20,000

For the public buildings and library of said Territory, twentyfive thousand dollars.

8317 67. Lt. Col.

$5,100. Medal for

al election.

Coast

$80,000. murvey.

Cunom

Galena

$200 (30.

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For enlarging and reparing the custom-house, and purchas- 1836, ing additional land therefor, at Bath, in the State of Maine, five su.. thousand five hundred dollars.

huese, Bath, Me. For repairs of public buildings at Staten Island, four thou- $1,500 sand five hundred dollars.

For defraying the expenses of a survey of lots in the town of $1,00. Survey at Galena, Illinois, to be made by the Surveyor General of Missouri and Ilinois, under an act of Congress, approved the 5th day of February, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine, one thousand. For a custom-house in Boston, in addition to a former appro

Lom house, Bos priation, two hundred thousand dollars. For å marble bust of the late Chief Justice Marshall, five $510. Buse of C.

J. Marshall. hundred dollars. For payment for preparing, printing, and binding the documents 15.86

ments printing by ordered to be printed by Giles & Seaton under the same restric- Gales & scaun. tions and reservations as were contained in the appropriation for the same object in the act of May the fifth eighteen hundred and thirty-two, fifteen thousand six hundred and six dollars ; and the eight volumes of the second series of the said publication shall be distributed in the same manner as were the volumes of the first series by the joint resolution of the 10th of July, eighteen hundred and thirty-two.

Sectiox 2. And be it further enacted, That itshall be the duties Statements to be of the Secretaries of State, of the Treasury, of the War and Navy gress by the Ex Departments, and of the Postmaster General, and the Secretary of ments de the Senate and Clerk of the House of Representatives, to lay before Congress, in lien of the statement now required by law, during the first week in each annual session of Congress, a statement viihe expenditures made by them respectively from the contingent funds of their respective departments and offices; that of the Secretary of State to include all the contingent expenses of foreign intercourse, and of all the missions abroad except such expenditures as are settled upon the certificate of the President; said statements to be abstracts of the accounts with the names of all persons to whom payments have been made and the amount paid to each.

Approved, 9th of May, 1836.

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CHAP. 60. An ACT providing for the salaries of certain officers therein

named, and for other purposes. (Sec. 1. Be it onarted by the Senate and House of Represen. tatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the translator of foreign language and the librarian in the Tranetarce Siate Department of State, shall receive a salary of sixteen hundred Dealer you receive dollars.

That the dishursing agent in said Department be allowed salary, of fourteen hundred and fifty dollars.

That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, au- Secretary of Trea thorized to employ two additional clerks, to enable him to carry iwo clerks. into effect the provisions of the second section of the act of the

Disbursing agent ini, a salary of $1 450.

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