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twenty-sixth of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-four, three 1824, ch. 157. thousand dollars.

For coinpensation to the messenger in said office, in full of all allow Messenger. ances, five hundred and twenty-five dollars.

For the contingent expenses of said office, one thousand three hundred Contingent and fifty dollars.

expenses. For allowance to the superintendent and four watchmen employed for

Superintend

ent and watchthe security of the war and navy buildings, and for incidental and con

. men of war and tingent expenses, including oil, fuel, candles, labour, repairing pumps navy buildings. and windows in passages, whitewashing halls and passages, for expense of lamps, and extra to watchmen for Sabbath-day, one thousand eight hundred and forty-two dollars and fifty cents.

For compensation to the Postinaster General, four thousand five hun Postmaster dred dollars.

General. For compensation to the two assistant postmasters general, three thou

Assistants. sand seven hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation to the clerks in the office of the Postmaster General,

Clerks. per act of twentieth of April, one thousand eight hundred and eighteen, 1818, ch. 87. seventeen thousand and twenty-five dollars.

For compensation to the clerks in said office, per act of the twenty 1824, ch. 157. sixth of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-four, four thousand two hundred dollars; for clerks, per act of second of March, one thousand 1827, ch. 50. eight hundred and twenty-seven, four thousand eight hundred dollars; and for clerks, per act of twenty-fourth of May, one thousand eight hun 1828, ch. 99. dred and twenty-eight, five thousand dollars. For compensation to the messenger and two assistants in said office,

Messenger in full of all allowances, one thousand and fifty dollars. For the completion of the new building for the patent office and

Completion post-office, six thousand two hundred and twenty-two dollars and fifteen and post-office.

of patent office cents.

For contingent expenses of said office, four thousand seven hundred Contingent and fifty dollars.

expenses. For repairs of the post-office, one thousand and thirty-seven dollars

Repairs of and eighty cents.

post-office. For compensation to the surveyor general in Ohio, Indiana, and Michi

Surveyor gan, one thousand five hundred dollars.

general of Ohio, For compensation to the clerks in the office of said surveyor, one Clerks. thousand five hundred and seventy-five dollars.

For compensation to the surveyor south of Tennessee, one thousand south of Ten. five hundred dollars. For compensation to the clerks in the office of said surveyor, one

Clerks. thousand two hundred and seventy-five dollars.

For compensation to the surveyor in Illinois, Missouri, and Arkansas, Surveyor in one thousand five hundred dollars.

Illinois, &c. For compensation to the clerks in the office of said surveyor, one

Clerks. thousand five hundred dollars.

For compensation to the surveyor in Alabama, one thousand five Surveyor in hundred dollars.

Alabama. For compensation to the clerks in the office of said surveyor, one Clerks. thousand one hundred and twenty-five dollars.

For compensation to the surveyor in Florida, one thousand five hun. Surveyor in dred dollars.

Florida.
For compensation to the clerks in the office of said surveyor, one Clerks.
thousand five hundred dollars.
For extra clerk hire in the office of the surveyor south of Tennessee,

Extra clerk

hire. two thousand dollars.

For extra clerk hire in the office of the surveyor in Illinois, Missouri, Extra clerk and Arkansas, two thousand dollars.

hire. For copying the to:rnship plats and field notes, in the office of the Copying in

&c.

nessee.

mint.

office of com commissioner of the general land office, of the surveys in the state of missioner of general land

Alabama, the originals having been destroyed by fire in the office of the office.

surveyor, four thousand dollars. Commissioner For compensation to the commissioner of the public buildings in Washof public build- ington city, one thousand five hundred dollars. ings. Officers and

For compensation to the officers and clerk of the mint, seven thousand clerk of mint.

two hundred dollars. Agents in For compensation to the persons employed in the different operations mint.

of the mint, seven thousand eight hundred and twenty-five dollars. Contingent For incidental and contingent expenses and repairs; cost of machineexpenses of

ry; for allowance for wastage in gold and silver coinage of the mint,

seven thousand six hundred and forty dollars. Extension For extending the mint establishment, and increasing its efficiency and and improve

security, by purchasing the necessary lot or lots of ground and erecting ment of mint establishment.

thereon suitable buildings, by the director thereof, according to a plan to be first approved by the President of the United States, and procuring such additional machinery as inay be requisite, one hundred and twenty

thousand dollars; not to exceed, in the whole, the sum hereby appropriated. Governor, For compensation to the governor, judges, and secretary of the Michijudges, &c. of

gan territory, five thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars. Michigan territory.

For contingent expenses of the Michigan territory, two hundred and Contingent sixty-two dollars and fifty cents. expenses.

For compensation and mileage to the members of the legislative countion, &c. legis- cil, pay of the officers of the council

, fuel, stationery, printing of the lative council. laws and journals, including the sum of sixteen hundred and thirty-five

dollars for arrearages, seven thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars. Governor, &c. For compensation to the governor, judges, and secretary of the Arkanof Arkansas territory.

sas territory, including additional compensation to the judges under the 1824, ch. 157. act of the twenty-sixth of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty

four, and for salary of one judge appointed under the act of the seven1828, ch. 29. teenth of April, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, from the

seventeenth of May, to the thirty-first of December, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, ten thousand one hundred and seventeen dol

lars and twenty-five cents. Contingent For contingent expenses of said territory, two hundred and sixty-two expenses. dollars and fifty cents. Pay, &c. of

For

pay and mileage of the members of the two branches of the legislegislature.

lature of said territory, including the incidental expenses of the legislature, 1828, ch. 100. per act of twenty-fourth of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty

eight, six thousand one hundred and thirty dollars. Governor, For compensation to the governor, judges, and secretary of the Florida &c. of Florida

territory, including additional compensation to the judges under the act territory. 1828, ch. 77. of the twenty-third of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight,

eleven thousand five hundred and seventy-five dollars. Contingent For the contingent expenses of the Florida territory, two hundred and expenses. sixty-two dollars and fifty cents.

Compensa For compensation and mileage to the members of the legislative countion, &c., legis- cil of said ierritory, for the session ending the twenty-fourth November, lative council.

eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, pay of officers and servants of the council, fuel, stationery, printing and transportation of the laws, including the sum of two thousand one hundred dollars for publishing a revised code of all the laws of Florida, authorized by an act of the legislative

council, seven thousand and thirty-two dollars. Chief justice, For compensation to the chief justice, the associate judges, and district &c. of United

judges of the United States, including the chief justice and associate States.

judges of the District of Columbia; and also, for additional compensa

tion to the district judge for the district of Missouri, under the act of the 1824, ch. 173. twenty-sixth of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-four, fifty

nine thousand six hundred dollars.

For compensation to the attorney general of the United States, two Attorney ge

neral. thousand six hundred and twenty-five dollars. For compensation to the clerk in the office of the attorney general,

Clerk. six hundred dollars.

For compensation to the reporter of the decisions of the Supreme Reporter SuCourt, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

preme Court. For compensation to the district attorneys and marshals as granted by District at. law, including those in the several territories, eight thousand five hun- .torneys and dred and seventy-five dollars.

marshals. For defraying the expenses of the Supreme, circuit, and district courts

Expenses, of the United States, including the District of Columbia ; also for jurors Supreme, cirand witnesses, in aid of the funds arising from fines, penalties, and for- cuit

, and disa

trict courts, &c. feitures, incurred in the year one thousand eight hundred and twentynine, and preceding years; and for defraying the expenses of prosecutions for offences committed against the United States, and for the safe keeping of prisoners, one hundred and twelve thousand five hundred dollars.

For the salary of the marshal of the northern district of the state of Marshal, Alabama, for the years eighteen hundred and twenty-four and eighteen

northern dis

trict, Alabama. hundred and twenty-five, three hundred dollars.

For the payment of sundry pensions granted by the late and present Pensions. governments, twelve hundred and thirty-five dollars and fifty cents.

For the support and maintenance of lighthouses, floating-lights, bea Lighthouses, cons, buoys, and stakeages, including the purchase of oil, keepers' salaries, &c. repairs and improvements, and contingent expenses, one hundred and thirty-four thousand four hundred and seventy-three dollars.

For buoys to be placed on proper sites on the north and south sides Buoys at New of New Inlet, near Federal Point, in North Carolina, one hundred and Inlet, North Ca

rolina. sixty dollars.

For placing eleven buoys on proper sites at the entrance of the Buoys at Mississippi river, in Louisiana, being the balance of a former appropria- mouth of Mistion for that object, carried to the surplus fund on the thirty-first of

sissippi. December last, three hundred and thirty-five dollars and forty cents.

For the repair of Provincetown harbour, three thousand five hundred Repair of dollars, being a former appropriation for that object, carried to the sur

Provincetown

harbour. plus fund on the twentieth of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight.

For erecting a beacon near the mouth of Bass river, between the Beacon at towns of Yarmouth and Dennis, one thousand dollars, being a former mouth of Bass

river. appropriation for that object, which will be carried to the surplus fund in March, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine.

For surveying the public lands of the United States, in addition to the Surveying unexpended balance of forty thousand six hundred and thirty-eight dol- public lands lars and forty-nine cents, seventy-five thousand dollars.

States. For surveying private land claims in Florida, ten thousand dollars. Surveying For stationery and books for the offices of commissioners of loans, land claims in

Florida. twelve hundred dollars.

Stationery, For the salaries of the keepers of the public archives in Florida, seven &c. hundred and fifty dollars.

Keepers of

archives in FloFor the payment of balances due to officers of the old internal revenue rida. and direct tax, being the balance of a former appropriation for that object, Balance due carried to the surplus fund on the thirty-first of December, one thousand officers of the

old internal reeight hundred and twenty-seven, five thousand nine hundred and fifteen

venue and didollars and eighty cents.

For the salaries of registers and receivers of land offices where there Registers and are no sales, one thousand dollars.

receivers of

land offices. For allowance to the law agent, assistant counsel, and district attorney,

Law agent, under the act supplementary to the several acts providing for the settle &c., land

claims in Floment of private land claims in Florida, dated twenty-third of May, one

rida.

rect tax.

men.

1828, ch. 70. thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, including contingencies, eight

thousand dollars. Discharge of

For the discharge of such miscellaneous claims against the United miscellaneous States, not otherwise provided for, as shall be ascertained and admitted claims.

in due course of settlement at the treasury, twelve thousand dollars. Salaries of For the salaries of the ministers at London, Paris, Madrid, St. Petersthe ministers to burg, Mexico, and Colombia ; for outfit and salary of a minister, or London, &c., and chargé

salary of a chargé des affaires, to the king of the Netherlands; for the d'affaires at salaries of the chargé des affaires at Stockholm, Denmark, Lisbon, Stockholm, &c. Brazil, Buenos Ayres, and Peru; for outfit of a chargé des affaires at

Peru; for the salaries of the secretaries of legation; and for the contingent expenses of all the missions abroad, one hundred and five thousand

eight hundred and seventy-five dollars. Fifth census.

For discharging the expense of taking the fifth enumeration of the

inhabitants of the United States, three hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Distressed American sea

For the relief and protection of distressed American seamen in foreign

countries, thirteen thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars. Intercourse For expenses of intercourse with the Barbary powers, ten thousand with Barbary dollars. powers.

Agents of For the salaries of the agents of claims at London and Paris, three claims at Lon thousand dollars. don & Paris.

For the compensation of two agents appointed under the act of the Agents under act April 17,

seventeenth of April, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, from 1828, ch. 30. the ninth of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, to the

thirty-first of December, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine, including the contingent expenses incidental to the agency, twenty thou

sand eight hundred and ten dollars and forty-four cents. Marshals of For compensation to the marshals of the states of Ohio, Indiana, IlliOhio, for ma

nois, Missouri, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana, and of the territories king returns of non-freehold

of Michigan, Arkansas and Florida, the sum of eight hundred and fifiy dollars, for making return to the Department of State of the number of non-freeholders in their respective states and territories, according to the resolution of the Senate, passed the twenty-fifth of April, eighteen hun

dred and twenty-eight. Certain citi Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the sum of three thousand zens of Louisi

one hundred and sixteen dollars and nineteen cents be appropriated to ana or Mississippi.

pay certain inhabitants of the late province of West Florida, now citizens

of Louisiana or Mississippi, the claims that have been passed by the 1814, ch. 68. accounting officers of the Treasury Department, under the act of the

eighteenth of April, one thousand eight hundred and fourteen. Members of Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That, in addition to the sum of Senate and

four hundred and sixty-five thousand nine hundred and ninety-eight dolHouse of Representatives,

lars, appropriated by the act of the sixth of January, eighteen hundred &c.

and twenty-nine, entitled "An act making appropriations for the support 1829, ch. 1.

of government for the first quarter of the year eighteen hundred and twenty-nine,” for compensation to senators and members of the House of Representatives, their officers and clerks, and for the contingent expenses of both houses of Congress, there be, and hereby is, appropriated for the objects aforesaid, the sum of fifty thousand dollars, and the said sụms, respectively, may be applied to the said objects in any part of the year eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, as the public service

shall require; any thing in said act to the contrary notwithstanding. Appropria Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That the several sums, hereby aption to be paid propriated, shall be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise out of treasury.

appropriated.

APPROVED, March 2, 1829.

ers.

ment.

STATUTE II. Chap. XXV. An Act making appropriations for building lighthouses and beacons,

March 2, 1829. and placing buoys, and for improving harbours and directing surveys.

(Obsolete.) Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United AppropriaStates of America, in Congress assembled, That the following appropria- tions for build.. tions be, and the same are hereby, made, and directed to be paid, out ing lighthouses,

beacons, buoys. of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to enable the Secretary of the Treasury to provide by contract for building lighthouses, erecting beac' ns, and placing buoys, on the following sites and shoals, to wit:

State of Maine: Five thousand dollars for a lighthouse on the most Maine. eligible site on an island called Mount Desert Rock.

Lighthounes. Five thousand dollars for one on Hendrick’s Head, a point of land near the mouth of Sheepscot river, or some place in the vicinity thereof; and Two thousand dollars for a tower and bell at Whitehead Point.

Tower and State of New Hampshire: Ten thousand five hundred dollars, in bell. addition to appropriations heretofore made for building a lighthouse on a

New Hamp

shire. Lightledge of rocks called the Whale's Back, near the harbour of Portsmouth. house. Three hundred dollars, for placing two buoys, one on Kitt's Rock, and

Buoys.

. one on a rock in Peperell's Cove in Portsmouth harbour.

State of Massachusetts: Two thousand dollars for the erection of a Massachumonument on the eastern point of the harbour of Gloucester.

setts. MonuOne hundred dollars for placing two buoys at or near the same harbour;

Buoys. and

Four hundred dollars for a spindle to be placed on Minot's Ledge, Spindle.
Cohasset Rock, a beacon on Spit Sand, and a buoy on a ledge called
Toddy Rock, at or near the harbour of Boston.

Twelve hundred dollars for erecting a monument on a ledge of rocks Monument. without the harbour of Swampscut, or in the vicinity of the same; and five hundred dollars for placing a spindle on Lone Rock and six spar buoys on rocks and ledges in the passage between the Vineyard Sound and Buzzard's Bay.

Five hundred dollars for placing buoys and monuments on rocks and Buoys and shoals in Anisquam harbour, in Gloucester.

monuments, State of Rhode Island : Six hundred dollars for six buoys and a spin Rhode Isla dle on the following sites, to wit: one on a ledge of rocks east of Bren- and. Buoys

and spindles. ton's Point, in the harbour of Newport, one on Auld's Rock, south-east of Rose Island, one on the extreme north point of Rose Island, one on Dyer's Rock, northeast of Coaster's Harbour Island, one on the ledge off the Bishop Rock, and one on the ledge north end of Prudence Island, and a spindle, with a ball, on the rock south end of Rose Island.

One hundred and fifty dollars for placing a buoy at the end of the Buoy. shoal making out from the lighthouse on Goat Island.

Five thousand five hundred dollars for a lighthouse at a proper site on Lighthouse. the northwest point of Block Island.

And two thousand five hundred dollars for fixing two bells, viz: one to the lighthouse on Gull Island, and one on the Beaver Tail lighthouse. lighthouses.

State of Connecticut: That the appropriation of six thousand two Connecticut. hundred dollars, made by the act of the first session of the twentieth Beacon instead Congress, for the erection of a beacon light on or near Spindle Rock,

of beacon light.

1828, ch. 69. at the mouth of Black Rock harbour, be, and the same is hereby, directed to be applied to the erection of a beacon instead of the said beacon light; and

Five thousand dollars for a lighthouse on Great Captain's Island, or Lighthouse. Greenwich Point, or some other fit place in the vicinity of those mentioned in Long Island Sound.

State of New York: Four thousand dollars for a lighthouse in Hudson New York. river, at Four Miles Point, on the west side of the river, and four miles Lighthouse. north of the city of Hudson, or at some other site in the vicinity.

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