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AN ACT making appropriations for Indian annuities, and To the Senecas of Lewistown, two thousand three hun

other similar objects, for the year one thousand eight dred and fifty dollars, hundred and thirty-four.

To the Choctaw's, sixty-six thousand five hundred and Be it enacted, &c., That the following sums be, and thirty dollars. they are hereby, appropriated, for the payment of annui. To the Chickasaws, three thousand dollars. ties due to various Indians and Indian tribes, and other To the Creeks, fifty-four thousand four hundred and objects hereinafter enumerated, according to the stipula- fifty-five dollars. tions of certain Indian treaties, to be paid out of any To the Cherokees, twelve thousand dollars. money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated; that To the Quapaws, two thousand dollars.

To the Florida Indians, seven thousand dollars. To the Six Nations of Indians in New York, four thou For to carry into effect the fourth article of the treaty sand seven hundred and fifty dollars.

with the Appalachicola Band of Indians in Florida, apTo the Senecas of New York, six thousand dollars. proved thirteenth of February, eighteen hundred and To the Ottawas, four thousand three hundred dollars. thirty-three, three thousand five hundred and ten dollars.

To the Wyandot, six thousand seven hundred and forty To the Menomonies, five thousand dollars, for the five dollars.

annuity for the year eighteen hundred and thirty-two. To the Wyandots, Munsees, and Delawares, one thou For the expenses of transportation and distribution of sand dollars.

annuities, salt, agricultural implements, and tobacco, To the Christian Indians, four hundred dollars. tools, &c., and other incidental expenses not otherwise

To the Miamies, twenty-nine thousand and twenty enumerated, twenty-nine thousand five hundred dollars. dollars.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the following To the Eel Rivers, one thousand one hundred dollars. sums be, and the same are hereby, appropriated, to be

To the Potawatimies, twenty thousand six hundred and paid out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise twenty dollars.

appropriated, viz: To the Potawatimies of Huron, four hundred dollars. For running the lines and marking out the reservations

To the Potawatimies of the Prairie, sixteen thousand for the Sacs and Foses, under the first and second articles dollars.

of the treaty with them, of twenty-first September, eighTo the Potawatimies of the Wabash, twenty thousand teen hundred and thirty-two, two thousand dollars. dollars.

For expenses of locating reservations and certifying conTo the Potawatimies of Indiana, seventeen thousand tracts under the Creek treaty of twenty-fourth March, dollars.

eighteen hundred and thirty-two, fifteen thousand two To the Chippewas, Ottawas, and Potawatimies, sixteen hundred and twenty-three dollars and thirty-seven cents. thousand and nine hundred and ninety-five dollars.

For payment to the Stockbridge and Munsees Indians, To the Winnebagoes, thirty-seven thousand eight hun- for improvements on the lands on the east side of Fox dred and forty dollars.

river, agreeably to the provisional ratification of the treaty To the Menomonies, twenty thousand and forty dollars. with said Indians, of ninth July, eighteen hundred and To the Chippewas, five thousand eight hundred dollars. thirty-two, twenty-four thousand two hundred and twenty

To the Chippewas, Menomonies, and New York Indians, six dollars. one thousand five hundred dollars.

For payment to the Brothertown Indians for improveTo the Sioux of Mississippi, three thousand seven hun- ments on the land east of Fox river, agreeably to the same dred dollars.

proviso of said treaty, sixteen bundred dollars. To the Yancton, and Santie bands of Sioux, four thou For expenses of running the lines provided for by said sand four bundred dollars.

treaty, and for surveying the tracts for the aforesaid To the Omabas, four thousand dollars.

Indians, two thousand dollars. To the Sacs of Missouri, one thousand four hundred

For expenses of selecting and locating reservations dollars.

under the several treaties with the Potawatimies, of twenTo the Sacs, three thousand dollars.

tieth, twenty-sixth, and twenty-seventh October, eighteen To the Foxes, three thousand dollars.

hundred and thirty-two, one thousand five hundred dolTo the Ioways, five thousand three hundred and thirty lars. dollars.

For expenses of running the dividing line between the To the Sacs and Foxes, twenty-five thousand three Choctaws and Chickasaws, one thousand five hundred hundred and twenty dollars.

dollars. To the Sacs, Foxes, and Ioways, three thousand dollars. For expenses of running the lines between the ChippeTo the Ottoes and Missourias, four thousand dollars. was and Sioux, under the fifth article of the treaty with

To the Kanzas, five thousand nine hundred and forty- them of nineteenth August, eighteen hundred and twentyfive dollars.

five, seven thousand dollars. To Osages, eleven thousand and seventy dollars.

For to run the lines between the Sacs and Foxes, and To the Kickapous, eight thousand five hundred dollars. to complete the surveys under the treaty of Prairie du

To the Kaskaskias and Peorias, two thousand and fifty Chien, of fifteenth July, eighteen hundred and thirty, the dollars, in addition to the sum of one thousand dollars in sum of two thousand dollars. the hands of the Superintendent at St. Louis.

For expenses of the commission heretofore appointed To the Kaskaskias, and Peorias, Weas, and Pianke- to visit and examine the Indian country, adjust difficulties shaws, one thousand dollars.

which may exist in the location of the lands of the emiTo the Piankeshaws, eight hundred dollars.

grating Indians in the boundaries thereof, and ascertain To the Weas, three thousand dollars.

and report the proper places of location for such tribes, To the Piankeshaws, five hundred dollars.

and portions of tribes, as may yet wish to remove to that To the Delawares, seven thousand eight hundred and country, for that part of the year eighteen hundred and seventy dollars.

thirty-four included within the term of their appointment, To the Shawanees, three thousand eight hundred and twenty thousand dollars. forty dollars.

For the payment of clain by the Potawatimie InTo the Shawanees and Delawares, one thousand dollars. dians to white citizens, and for horses delivered by order

To the Shawanees, and Senecas of Lewistown, one of the commissioners to the Indians, and not embraced in thousand seven hundred and eighty dollar3:

the schedule which accompanied the treaty of October,

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eighteen hundred and thirty two, as the Secretary of War Territory of Arkansas, was located and called Fayette. shall ascertain to have been omitted, not exceeding one ville, prior to the public surveys being made, and when thousand dollars.

the lands were surveyed, the said town sell on section For payment of claims to Cherokees of Arkansas, in number sixteen, which by law is reserved for the use addition to eight thousand seven hundred and sixty dol. of schools; and whereas the said town is situated on the lars, appropriated twenty-fourth May, eighteen hundred south half of the northeast quarter, and the north half and twenty-eight, which sum, it is ascertained, falls short of the southeast quarter, of section number sixteen, of the sum actually required, two hundred and fifty-eight in township number sixteen, north of range number dollars and thirty-three cents.

thirty, west of the fifth principal meridian, Therefore, For compensation to Isaac McCoy for expenses of sur Be it enacted, f.c. That the trustee of the school lands in veying the lands assigned to the Piankeshaws, Weas, Kas- and for township number sixteen, north of range thirty, kaskias, and Peorias, and for extending the survey of the west of the fifth principal meridian, in the Territory of Shawnee lands, two thousand one hundred and two dollars. Arkansas, be, and he is hereby, authorized to select and

For surveying Indian reservations in the neighborhood have set apart for the use of schools in said township, one of Michilimackinac, in the Territory of Michigan, four entire section of any unimproved lands in said township, hundred and fifty dollars.

in lieu of section number sixteen; and when the said For the payment of claims ascertained upon settlement trustee shall make his selection, he shall file the same in to be due, for provisions and bounty money, for Indians the office of the register of the Fayetteville land office, emigrating west, under the treaty with the Creeks, five and the land so selected shall be reserved from sale, and thousand one hundred and thirty-six dollars, ninety-three set apart for the use of schools; and that section number cents.

sixteen, in said township, shall be subject to sale and enFor removing five thousand Creeks from the Creek try as other public lands now are. country east of the Mississippi to their new country west Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the south balf of the of that river, including subsistence on the route, and for northeast quarter, and the north half of the southeast one year after their arrival west of the Mississippi, and all quarter, of section number sixteen, in township number other expenses attending their emigration, as provided for sixteen, north of range number thirty, west of the fifth by the twelfth article of the treaty of the twenty-fourth of principal meridian, in the Territory of Arkansas, be, and March, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, two hundred and is hereby, granted to Louis Evans, Larkin Newton, Samforty-one thousand eight hundred and seventy-five dollars. uel Vaughan and John Woody, commissioners of said

For rifles, moulds, wipers, ammunition, and blankets, county, in trust for the use of said county; and that the and transportation of the same, as provided for by the Secretary of the Treasury be authorized to issue a patent thirteenth article of the treaty of the twenty-fourth of for the same; and that the said commissioners shall bare March, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, with the said power to lay off the said lands into town lots, and sell Creek tribe of Indians, twenty thousand eight hundred and dispose of the same, and make good and sufficient and seventy-five dollars.

titles to purchasers; and they shall appropriate the proFor removing such portion of the Cherokees as may ceeds of the sales of the said lots to the erection of a emigrate during the present year from the Cherokee court-house and jail in the town of Fayetteville, for the country east of the Mississippi, to their new country west use of said county. of that river, including subsistence on the route and for Approved, June 26, 1834. one year after their arrival west of the Mississippi, and all other expenses attending their emigration, sixty-eight AN ACT to create additional land districts in the States thousand three hundred and twenty-five dollars.

of Illinois and Missouri, and in the Territory north of Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the sum of one the State of Illinois, hundred and twelve thousand eight hundred and fifty-three Be il enacted, f«c. That all that tract of country lying north dollars and seventy-eight cents, paid into the Treasury of the dividing line between townships number twelve and under the provisions of the act of February nineteenth, thirteen, north of the base line running through the milieighteen hundred and thirty-one, entitled "An act to pro tary bounty lands, and that tract of country lying north vide hereafter for the payment of six thousand dollars annu- of the dividing line between townships number thirty and ally to the Seneca Indians, and for other purposes, and now thirty-one, north of the old base line included in the State standing to the credit of Indian contingencies, shall be ap of Illinois, and all that tract of country lying north of the plied to, and be subject to, the payment of the annuities State of Illinois, west of Lake Michigan, and south and authorized to be paid by the provisions of this act: Pro- southeast of the Winconsin and Fox rivers of Green Bay, vided, that the claim of the Seneca Indians against the in the present Territory of Michigan, be laid off into four United States, for the said sum of money, shall continue of new land districts, to be divided and designated as fol. the same force and effect as it now is.

lows, to wit: That tract lying within the State of Illinois, Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, that the sum of eleven as above described, shall be divided by a north and south thousand one hundred and sixty dollars be, and the same is line, drawn between the range of townships number three hereby, appropriated, to be paid out of any money not and four, east of the third principal meridian, and that on otherwise appropriated, to be distributed to the Creek the west side of said line shall be called the northwest, and Indians, friends and followers of General McIntosh, who that on the east, the northeast land district of the State emigrated under the treaty of January twenty-fourth, of Illinois; and all that tract north of the State of Ilinois, eighteen hundred and twenty-six, and who have not re-west of Lake Michigan, south and southeast of the Wisceived their proportions of the sums stipulated to be paid consin and Fox rivers, included in the present Territory under the ninth article of the said treaty.

of Michigan, shall be divided by a north and south line, Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That the annuities to the drawn from the northern boundary of Illinois, along the Cherokees, for which appropriations are made in this act, range of township line next west of Fort. Winnebago, to shall be paid to the chiefs of the tribe, or to such person the Wisconsin river, and be called, the one on the west or persons as the tribe shall appoint.

side, the Wisconsin, and that on the east side, the Green Approved, June 26, 1834.

Bay land districts of the Territory of Michigan; which

two districts shall embrace the country north of said rivers, AN ACT for the relief of the town of Fayetteville, in the when the Indian title shall become extinguished, and the Territory of Arkansas.

Green Bay district may be divided so as to form two dis. Whereas the seat of justice of Washington county, in the tricts, when the President shall deem it proper.

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Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, that there shall be between ranges five and six, west of the meridian, thence established in each of the said land districts, one land with said range line to the dividing line between townoffice, at such time and place as the President may de- ships ten and eleven south; thence east with the said lino signate, to be removed whenever he may deem it expe- to the dividing line between ranges two and three west, dient for the public convenience.

thence north with said dividing line to the base line, Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, that the President, thence east with said base line to the dividing line by and with the consent of the Senate, so soon as a suffi- between ranges two and three east, thence north with cient number of townships are surveyed, and returns said line to the dividing line between townships ten and thereof made to the General Land Office, to authorize eleven north, thence east with said dividing line to the the commencement of the sales in either of said districts, dividing line between ranges six and seven east, thence to appoint one register and one receiver for each land north with said dividing line to the nothern boundary of office so established, who shall reside at the place de the Territory of Arkansas, shall form a new land district, signated for the land office, and give security, and dis. to be called the Mississippi land district; and for the sale charge all duties pertaining to such office, as prescribed of the public lands within the district aforesaid, there shall

be a land office established at the town of Helena, in the Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, that the President county of Phillips, in the Territory aforesaid. shall be authorized, so soon as the survey shall have been Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, that there shall be completed, to cause to be offered for sale, in the manner a register and receiver appointed to said office, to superprescribed by law, all the lands lying in said land dis- intend the sale of the public land in said district, who tricts, at the land offices in the respective districts in shall reside at the town of Helena aforesaid, give security which the land so offered is embraced, reserving only in the same manner and sums, and whose compensation, section sixteen in each township, the tract reserved for emoluments, duties, and authorities, shall, 'in every the village of Galena, such other tracts as have been respect, be the same in relation to lands to be disposed granted to individuals and the State of Illinois, and such of at said office, as are or may be by law provided in reservations as the President shall deem necessary to relation to the registers and receivers of public money in retain for military posts, any law of Congress heretofore the several offices established for the sale of the public lands, existing to the contrary notwithstanding.

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That all such public Sec. 5. And be il further enacted, That so much of the lands embraced within the district created by this act, pnblic lands of the United States, in the State of Missouri, which shall have been offered for sale to the highest as lies west of the range line between ranges ten and bidder at any land office in said Territory, pursuant to eleven west of the fifth

principal meridian, and south of any proclamation of the President of the United States, the line dividing townships numbers forty and forty-one and which lands remain unsold at the taking effect of north of the base line, shall form a new land district, to this act, shall be subject to be entered and sold at private be called the Southwestern land district; and for the sale sale by the proper officers of the office hereby created, of the public lands within the district aforesaid, there in the same manner, and subject to the same terms and shall be a land office established at such place within upon like conditions as the sale of said land would have said district as the President of the United States may been subject to in the said several land offices hereinbe. designate.

fore mentioned, bad they remained attached to the same, Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That there shall be a Approved, June 26, 1834. register and receiver appointed to said office, to superin. tend the sale of public land in said district, who shall AN ACT confirming certain land claims in the district of reside at the place where said office is established, give

St. Stephens, in Alabama. security in the same manner and sums, and whose com Be it enacted, &c., That the decision of the register and pensation, emoluments, duties, and authorities, shall in receiver of the land office for the district of St. Steevery respect be the same, in relation to lands to be dispo- phens, in the State of Alabama, as contained in their sed of at said office, as are, or may be, by law provided, report bearing date the seventh of March, eighteen hunin relation to the registers and receivers of public money dred and thirty-two, made in pursuance of the act of in the several offices established for the sale of the public Congress approved the second of March, eighteen hun. lands.

dred and twenty-nine, entitled " An act confirming the Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That all such public report of the register and 'receiver of the land office of lands embraced within the district created by this act, the district of Saint Stephens, in the State of Alabama, which shall have been offered for sale to the highest bid- and for other purposes," be, and the same are hereby, der at the several land offices, at Jackson, Franklin, confirmed. Fayette, and Lexington, pursuant to any proclamation of Approved, June 26, 1834. the President of the United States, and which lands remain unsold at the taking effect of this act, shall be AN ACT for the relief of certain inlabitants of East subject to be entered and sold at private sale, by the

Florida. proper officers of the office hereby created, in the same Be it enacted, &c., That the Secretary of the Treasury be, manner, and subject to the same terms, and upon like and he hereby is, authorized and directed to pay, out of conditions, as the sale of said land would have been sub- any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, thie ject to in the said several land offices hereinbefore amount awarded by the judge of the superior court of St. mentioned, had they remained attached to the same: Augustine, in the Territory of Florida, under the authority Provided, That nothing in this act shall be so construed as of the one hundred and sixty-first chapter of the acts of to permit the officers appointed in either of the foregoing the seventeenth Congress, approved third March, one land districts to receive compensation out of the Treasury thousand eight hundred and twenty-three, for losses occaof the United States.

sioned in East Florida, by the troops in the service of the Approved, June 26, 1834.

United States, in the year one thousand eight hundred

and twelve, and one thousand eight bundred and thirteen, AN ACT to establish an additional land office in Arkansas. in all cases where the decision of the said judge shall be

Be it enacted, &c., That so much of the public land of the deemed, by the Secretary of the Treasury, to be just United States in the Territory of Arkansas as lies east of Provided, That no award be paid, except in the case or a line commencing on the southern boundary of the those who, at the time of suffering the loss, were actual Territory where it is intersected by the dividing line subjects of the Spanish Government: And provided, also,

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That no award be paid for; depredations committed in For contingent expenses of said building, including Fast Florida previous to the entrance, into that province fuel, labor, oil, repairs of the buildings, three thousand of the agent or troops of the United States.

three hundred and fifty dollars. Sec. 2. And be il further enacted, That the judge of For completing the publication of the diplomatic cor. the superior court of St. Augustine be, and he hereby is, respondence of the United States from the peace of serauthorized to receive, examine, and adjudge, all cases of enteen hundred and eighty-three to the fourth of March, claims for losses occasioned by the troops aforesaid, in one seventeen hundred and eighty-nine, thirteen hundred and thousand eight hundred and twelve, and one thousand ninety-two dollars and fifty-two cents. eight hundred and thirteen, not heretofore presented to For the documentary history of the Revolution, per act the said judge, or in which the evidence was withheld, in of March second, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, consequence of the decision of the Secretary of the Treas. twenty thousand dollars; and it shall be the duty of the ury, that such claims were not provided for by the treaty Secretary of State to examine the contract entered into by of February twenty-second, one thousand eight hundred Edward Livingston, late Secretary of that Department, and nineteen, between the Governments of the United with Matthew St. Clair Clarke and Peter Force, for the States and Spain: Provided, That such claims be present collection and publication of the documentary history of ed to the said judge in the space of one year from the the American Revolution, and make a special report passage of this act: And provided, also, That the authority thereon to the next session of Congress, setting forth the therein given shall be subject to the restrictions created nature and character of the materials of which the work by the provisoes to the preceding section.

is to be composed, the progress made in the work, the Approved, June 26, 1834.

number of volumes which will be required to complete it,

and an estimate of the money which it may be necessary AN ACT authorizing the Secretary of War to establish to appropriate for the fulfilment of the contract.

a pension agency in the town of Decatur, in the State For the erection of a fence of wood corresponding with of Alabama, and to provide for the paying of certain that already enclosing the War and Navy buildings, to pensioners in said town of Decatur.

complete the enclosure of the northeast executive buildBe it enacted, &c. That the Secretary of War be, and he ing, sixteen hundred dollars. hereby is, authorized to establish a pension agency at De. Por compensation of an additional watchman of the catur, in the State of Alabama, for the payment of pen-northeast executive building, three hundred dollars. sioners of the United States resident in the counties of For reimbursing the fund for the contingent expenses Jackson, Madison, Limestone, Lauderdale, Franklin, Law. of the northeast executive building, including fuel, labor, rence, Morgan, Blount, Jefferson, Walker, Fayette, and oil, and repairs, for so much paid out of that fund or exMarion : Provided, That the establishment of such agency tra watchings during the year eighteen hundred and thircan be made without any charge to the United States. ly-three, three hundred and thirty-seven dollars and fifty

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the Secretary cents. of the Treasury be, and he hereby is, authorized to make For compensation lo the clerks and messengers in the the necessary arrangements with the branch of the bank office of the Secretary of the Treasury, sixteen thousand of the State of Alabama, established in the said town of seven hundred dollars, including one hundred and fifty Decatur, for the payment of the pensioners hereinbefore dollars additional compensation to the assistant messendescribed.

ger for extra labor. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That this act shall

For compensation to the First Comptroller of the not take effect until the first day of August next. Treasury, three thousand five hundred dollars. Approved, June 27, 1834.

For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the

office of the First Comptroller, nineteen thousand three AN ACT making appropriations for the civil and diplo. hundred dollars, including two hundred dollars additional matic expenses of Government for the year one thou- compensation to the assistant messenger for extra labor. sand eight hundred and thirty-four.

For compensation to the Second Comptroller of the Be it enacted, &c., That the following sums be, and the Treasury, three thousand dollars. same are hereby, appropriated, to be paid out of any un For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the appropriated money in the Treasury, viz:

office of the Second Comptroller, ten thousand four hun. For compensation to the President and Vice President dred and fifty dollars. of the United States, the Secretary of State, the Secretary For compensation to the First Auditor of the Treasury, of the Treasury, the Secretary of War, the Secretary of three thousand dollars. the Navy, and the Postmaster General, sixty thousand dol For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the lars.

office of the First Auditor, thirteen thousand nine bunFor clerks and messengers in the office of the Secretary dred dollars. of State, twenty thousand three hundred dollars.

For compensation to the Second Auditor of the Treas, For clerks, machinist, and messenger, in the latent Ofury, three thousand dollars. fice, five thousand four hundred dollars.

For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the For incidental and contingent expenses of the Depart-office of the Second Auditor, seventeen thousand nine ment of State, including the expense of publishing and hundred dollars. distributing the laws, and for carrying into effect the reso For compensation to the Third Auditor of the Treaslutions of the Senate of the twenty-sixth of February, ury, three thousand dollars. eighteen hundred anıl thirty-three, and thirty-first of For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the March, eighteen hundred and thirty-four, in conjunction office of the Third Auditor, twenty-three thousand seren with the statistical inquiries set on foot by the late Secre- hundred and fifty dollars. tary of State, Edward Livingston, and to reimburse the For compensation to the Fourth Auditor of the Treas. contingent fund the sum taken therefrom, in prosecution ury, three thousand dollars. of the same, thirty-one thousand five hundred dollars. For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the

For contingent and incidental expenses of the Patent office of the Fourth Auditor, seventeen thousand seven Office, two thousand one hundred and seventy-five dol- hundred and fifty dollars. lars.

For compensation to the Fifth Auditor of the Treasury, For the superintendent and watchmen of the northeast three thousand dollars. executive building, eight hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the

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office of the Fifth Auditor, twelve thousand eight hun- year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-four, one dred dollars.

thousand five hundred dollars. For compensation to the Treasurer of the United For compensation of superintendent and watchmen of States, three thousand dollars.

the buildings occupied by the Treasury Department, two For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the thousand one hundred dollars. office of the Treasurer of the United States, six thousand For incidental and contingent expenses of said buildseven hundred and fifty dollars.

ings, fuel, labor, oil, and repairs, five thousand dollars. For compensation to the Register of the Treasury, For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the three thousand dollars.

office of the Secretary of War, twelve thousand six hunFor compensation to the clerks and messengers in the dred and fifty dollars. office of the Register of the Treasury, twenty-four thou For contingent expenses of the office of the Secretary sand two hundred dollars.

of War, three thousand dollars. For compensation to the Commissioner of the General For books, maps, and plans, for the War Department, Land Office, three thousand dollars.

one thousand dollars. For compensation to the clerks and messengers in the For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the office of the Commissioner of the General Land Office, office of the Paymaster General, four thousand six hun. twenty thousand five hundred dollars.

dred dollars. For compensation to the Solicitor of the Treasury, For contingent expenses of said office, three hundred three thousand five hundred dollars.

dollars. For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the For compensation to the clerks and messenger in the office of Solicitor of the Treasury, three thousand nine office of the Commissary General of Purchases, three hundred and fifty dollars.

thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation to the secretary to the Commissioners For contingent expenses of said office, eight hundred of the Sinking Fund, two hundred and fifty dollars. dollars.

For the expenses of stationary, printing, and all other For compensation to the clerks in the office of the Ad. incidental and contingent expenses of the several offices jutant General, two thousand nine hundred and fifty of the Treasury Department, the following several sums, dollars. viz;

For contingent expenses of said office, one thousand For the office of the Secretary of the Treasury, inclu- dollars. ding the expenses incurred in consequence of the burn For compensation to the clerks in the office of the ing of the Treasury building, ten thousand dollars. Quartermaster General, two thousand one hundred and

For the office of the First Comptroller, including the fifty dollars. sum necessary to supply books and stationary lost in the For contingent expenses of said office, six hundred conflagration, one thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars. dollars.

For the office of the Second Comptroller, one thou For compensation to the clerks in the office of the sand five hundred dollars.

Commissary General of Subsistence, two thousand pine For the office of the First Auditor, eight hundred hundred and fifty dollars. dollars.

For contingent expenses of said office, including printFor the office of the Second Auditor, one thousand ing advertisements, two thousand five hundred dollars. dollars.

For compensation to the clerks in the office of the For the office of the Third Auditor, eight hundred Chief Engineer, two thousand nine bundred and fifty dollars.

dollars. For the office of the Fifth Auditor, one thousand dol. For contingent expenses of said office, one thousand lars.

dollars. For the office of the Treasurer of the United States, For the services of a lithographer, and the expenses of one thousand dollars.

the lithographic press of the War Department, seven For the office of the Register of the Treasury, three hundred and fifty dollars. thousand dollars.

For compensation to the clerks in the Ordnance Office, For the office of the Solicitor of the Treasury, one two thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars. thousand dollars.

For contingent expenses of said office, eight hundred For the office of the Commissioner of the General dollars. Land Office, including eighty thousand parchments, and For compensation to the clerk in the office of the Surcost of printing patents, eighteen thousand dollars. geon General, eleven hundred and fifty dollars.

For compensation to the legal representatives of the For contingent expenses of said office, four hundred late William Wirt, Esq., in full for professional services dollars. rendered the United States in suits relative to lands lying For the salary of a clerk in the Topographical Bureau, in Missouri, in Alabama, and in Florida, the sum of one one thousand dollars. thousand dollars.

For contingent expenses of the Topographical Bureau, For additional clerk hire in the issuing of military land one thousand three hundred and seven dollars and fifty scrip, making out of patents for Virginia military surveys, cents. and for private land claims, and in adjusting the accounts For the salary of a clerk in the Clothing Bureau, seven of the Surveyors General, four thousand dollars.

hundred dollars. For additional clerk hire in writing and recording not For the salary of the Commissioner of Pensions, two less than forty thousand patents, at a price not exceeding thousand five hundred (lollars. fifteen cents each, six thousand dollars.

For salaries of clerks transferred from the office of the For compensation to six additional clerks, one year, to Secretary of War, four thousand eight hundred dollars. aid in registering sales of lands and adjusting the accounts For salaries of additional clerks, ten thousand six hunof receivers of public moneys for districts recently cre- dred dollars. ated, and for opening tract books, making indexes, and For additional or temporary clerk hire for the year bringing up other arrears, six thousand dollars.

eighteen hundred and thirty-four, in order to carry into For translations, and for expense of passports and sea effect the act of the seventh of June, eighteen hundred letters, three hundred dollars.

and thirty-two, granting reyolutionary pensions, five thouFor stating and printing the public accounts for the sand dollars.

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