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dollars ; twenty-one messengers, including superintendents of the folding and document rooms, twenty-eight thousand four hundred and four dollars—making seventy-nine thousand four hundred and forty-six dol

lars. Contingencies. For contingent expenses of the House of Representatives, viz:

For binding documents, one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars.

For furniture, repairs, and boxes for books, fifteen thousand dollars.
For stationery, fifteen thousand dollars.
For horses, carriages, and saddle horses, five thousand dollars.
For fuel, oil, and candles, two thousand five hundred dollars.
For newspapers, twelve thousand five hundred dollars.

For engraving, electrotyping, and lithographing, one hundred and
twenty-tive thousand dollars.

For Capitol police, five thousand four hundred and ninety dollars.
For miscellaneous items, seventy thousand dollars.
For pages and mail boys, eight thousand four hundred dollars.

For folding documents including pay of folders, folding-paper, twine, and paste, forty thousand dollars.

For twenty-four copies of the Congressional Globe and Appendix for each member and delegate of the first session of the Thirty-fourth Congress, thirty-four thousand seven hundred and four dollars.

For binding twenty-four copies of the Congressional Globe and Appendix for each member and delegate of the first session of the Thirty, fourth Congress, sixteen thousand six hundred and fifty-seven dollars and ninety-two cents.

For twenty-four copies of the Congressional Globe and Appendix for each member and delegate of the second session of the Thirty-fourth Congress, seventeen thousand three hundred and fifty-two dollars.

For binding twenty-four copies of the Congressional Globe and Appendix for each member and delegate of the second session of the Thirty-fourth Congress, eight thousand six hundred and seventy-six dollars.

For reporting and publishing the proceedings of the House of Repre sentatives, including the usual additional compensation to the reporters of the House for the present session, eight hundred dollars each, twenty, thousand four hundred and twenty dollars, in addition to the unexpended balance of the appropriation contained in the act approved fifteenth May, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six, for the same purpose prior to the first July, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six.

For clerks on land maps, clerks to committees, and temporary clerks in the office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives, twenty-eight thousand four hundred and sixty-dollars.

For one hundred copies of the Congressional Globe and Appendis, and for binding the same, for the first and second sessions of the Thirty-fourth [Congress,] for the House library, four thousand five hundred dollars.

For furniture for committee-rooms in the south wing of the extension of the Capitol, ten thousand dollars.

For entire compensation to the clerks, sergeant-at-arms, and reporter Kansas commission. of the Kansas investigating committee, of three hundred dollars, each,

two thousand four hundred dollars. Congressional

Library of Congress. For compensation of librarian, three assistant Library. librarians, and messenger, nine thousand dollars.

For contipgent expenses of said library, one thousand dollars.

For expense of procuring proper apparatus for warming said library, and providing fuel for the same, five thousand dollars.

For maintaining the botanic garden and green-houses including pay of horticulturist and assistants, under the direction of the Library Committee of Congress, five thousand dollars.

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For purchase of books for said library, five thousand dollars.
For purchase of law books for said library, two thousand dollars.

For compensation of the Superintendent of Public Printing and the Public Printing. clerks and messenger his office, eleven thousand five hundred and fourteen dollars.

For contingent expenses of his office, viz: For blank-books, stationery, postage, advertising for proposals for paper, furniture, travelling expenses, and miscellaneous items, two thousand three hundred dollars.

For rent of ware-room, two hundred and fifty dollars.

For cartage and labor in storing and transportation of paper, five hundred and fifty dollars.

For paper required for the printing of the second session of the Thirtyfourth Congress, one hundred and fifty-six thousand four hundred and eight dollars. For printing required for the second session of the Thirty-fourth Con

Deficiencies. gress, one hundred and fifteen thousand dollars. And the appropriation Ante, p. 11. to supply deficiencies in the appropriation for printing of the second session of the Thirty-third Congress,"contained in the act of fifteenth May, eighteen hundred and fifty-six, shall be construed by the accounting officers of the Treasury, to include the cost of paper necessary for said printing

For procuring drawings to illustrate the Patent-Office report for the year eighteen hundred and fifty-six, six thousand dollars; to be expended under the direction of the Commissioner of Patents.

Executive.-For compensation of the President of the United States, Executive. twenty-five thousand dollars.

For compensation of the Vice-President of the United States, from fourth of March to the thirtieth June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven, two thousand six hundred and twenty-two dollars and twentytwo cents.

For compensation to secretary to sign patents for lands, one thousand five hundred dollars.

Department of State.-For compensation of the Secretary of State, State Depart and Assistant Secretary of State, clerks, messenger and assistant messen- ment. ger in his office, and for laborers employed therein, at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act of fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, fifty-one thousand six hundred and twenty dollars.

For the Incidental and Contingent Expenses of said Department.For publishing the laws in pamphlet form and in the newspapers of the States and Territories, and in the city of Washington, forty-seven thousand three hundred and one dollars.

For proof-reading, packing, and distributing laws and documents, including cases and transportation, fifteen thousand two hundred dollars.

For stationery, blank books, binding, painting and glazing, six thousand five hundred dollars.

For copper-plate printing, books and maps, two thousand dollars.
For newspapers, six hundred dollars.

For extra clerk-hire and copying, two thousand dollars; said clerks to be employed only during the session of Congress, or when indispensably necessary to enable the Department to answer some call made by either House of Congress at one session to be answered at another.

For miscellaneous items, one thousand five hundred dollars.

To enable the Secretary of State to pay for the services of a messenger sent to the government of Texas upon the passage by Congress of the Texas indemnity bill, in eighteen hundred and fifty, five hundred dollars.

To enable the Secretary of State to purchase fifty copies, of vol. Howard's Rep. umes eighteen and nineteen of Howard's Report of the Decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States, five hundred dollars. To enable the Secretary of State to purchase five hundred copies of Diplomatic Cor VOL. XI. PUB.--14

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the three volumes of the Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States, from seventeen hundred and eighty-three to seventeen hundred and eighty

nine, seven thousand five hundred dollars. Reimbursement To reimburse the consular agent of the United States at the Island of

St. Thomas, for that amount expended by him, by orders of this governagent Thomas. ment, in landing and storing the cargo of the barque Amelia of New

York, and other expenses incident thereto, laden with arms and munitions of war, which were seized by order of the government and carried into said Island and there landed, four thousand eight hundred and fifty dol

lars, to be disbursed under the direction of the Secretary of State. Dr. Kohl's Maps. To enable the Secretary of State to procure copies of Dr. Kohľs maps

of the Continents and Islands of America, the sum of six thousand dollars, which shall be expended under the direction of the Secretary of State in

such manner as he may deem best for that object. N. E. Executive Northeast Executive Building.For compensation of four watchmen Building.

of the northeast executive building and two laborers employed therein, at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act of fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, three thousand three hundred and sixty dollars.

For contingent expenses of said building, viz: for fuel, light, and

repairs, three thousand three hundred dollars. Treasury De Treasury Department.--For compensation of the Secretary of the partment. Secretary's

Treasury, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, clerks, messenger, and Office. assistant messenger in his office, and for laborers employed therein at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act fourth August

, 1854, ch. 242. eighteen hundred and fifty-four, forty-eight thousand two hundred and

sixty dollars. 1st Comptroller For compensation of the First Comptroller, and the clerks and messenOffice. ger in his office, and for laborers employed therein, at the rate of four

hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act of fourth August, eighteen

hundred and fifty-four, twenty-seven thousand nine hundred dollars. 2d Comptroller For compensation of the Second Comptroller, and the clerks and mesOffice.

senger in his office, and for laborer employed therein, at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act of fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, twenty-six thousand seven hundred and twenty dollars

, 1st Auditor's For compensation of the First Auditor, and the clerks, messenger, and Office.

assistant messenger in his office, and for laborer employed therein, at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act of fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, thirty-five thousand eight hundred and forty dollars.

For compensation of the Second Auditor, and the clerks, messenger, Office. and assistant messenger in his office, and for laborer employed therein, at

the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act of fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, thirty-five thousand three hun

dred and twenty dollars. 3d Auditor's For compensation of the Third Auditor, and the clerks, messengers

, and assistant messenger in his office, and for laborers employed therein

, at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act of fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, one hundred and thirty

three thousand five hundred and forty dollars. 4th Auditor's For compensation of the Fourth Auditor and the clerks, messenger, and Office. assistant messenger in his office, twenty-seven thousand four hundred dollars.

For compensation of the Fifth Auditor, and the clerks and messenger in his office, and for laborer employed therein at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hundred

and fifty-four, sixteen thousand one hundred and twenty dollars. Office of Au For compensation of the Auditor of the Post-Office Department

, and ditor of P. 0. the clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger in his office, and for laborDepartment.

ers employed therein, at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per

2d Auditor's

Office.

6th Auditor's

Office.

annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, one hundred and sixty-four thousand one hundred and sixty dollars.

For compensation of the Treasurer of the United States, and the Treasurer's clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger in his office, and for laborers

Office. employed therein, at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, twenty-five thousand three hundred dollars.

For compensation of the Register of the Treasury, and the clerks, Register's Office. messenger, and assistant messenger in his office, and for laborers employed therein at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, forty-nine thousand eight hundred and sixty dollars.

For compensation of the Solicitor of the Treasury, and the clerks and Solicitor's Office. messenger in his office, sixteen thousand nine hundred dollars.

For compensation of the Commissioner of Customs, and the clerks and Office of Commessenger in his office, and for laborer employed therein, at the rate of missioner of Cusfour hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, twenty thousand three hundred and twenty dollars.

For compensation of the clerks and messenger of the Light-house Office of LightBoard, and for laborer employed therein, at the rate of four hundred and house Board. eighty dollars per annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, nine thousand dollars. Contingent Expenses of the Treasury Department.

Contingencies. In the office of the Secretary of the Treasury :

Secretary's

Office. For copying, blank books, stationery, binding, sealing ships' registers, translating foreign languages, advertising, and extra clerk hire for preparing and collecting information to be laid before Congress-said clerks to be employed only during the session of Congress, or when indispensably necessary to enable the department to answer some call made by either house of Congress at one session to be answered at another;

and no such extra clerk shall receive more than three dollars thirty-three and one-third cents per day for the time actually and necessarily employed, and for miscellaneous items, thirteen thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars. In the office of the First Comptroller :

1st Comptroller's For furniture, blank books, binding, stationery, public documents, and

Office. miscellaneous items, one thousand eight hundred dollars. In the office of the Second Comptroller :

2d Comptroller's For blank books, binding, stationery, pay for the National Intelligencer Office. and Union, to be filed and preserved for the use of the office, office furniture, and miscellaneous items, one thousand five hundred dollars. In the office of the First Auditor :

1st Auditor's

Office. For blank books, binding, stationery, office furniture, cases for records and official papers, and miscellaneous items, including subscription for the Union and National Intelligencer, to be filed for the use of the office, one thousand eight hundred dollars. In the office of the Second Auditor :

2d Auditor's For blank books, binding, stationery, office furniture, and miscellaneous office. items, including two of the daily city newspapers, to be filed, bound, and preserved for the use of the office, one thousand two hundred dollars. In the office of the Third Auditor:

8d Auditor's For blank books, binding, stationery, office furniture, carpeting, two newspapers, the Union and Intelligencer, preserving files and papers, bounty-land service, miscellaneous items and arrearages, three thousand five hundred and forty dollars. In the office of the Fourth Auditor :

4th Auditor's For stationery, books, binding, labor, and miscellaneous items, one office. thousand one hundred dollars.

office.

fice.

5th Auditor's

In the office of the Fifth Auditor: office.

For blank books, binding, stationery, office furniture, carpeting, and miscellaneous expenses, in which are included two daily newspapers, six

hundred dollars. Office of Au

In the office of the Auditor of the Post-Office Department: ditor of P. 0. For stationery, blank books, binding and ruling, ten thousand and fifty Department.

dollars.

For miscellaneous items, for file-boards, repairs, cases and desks for safe-keeping of papers, furniture, lights, washing towels, ice, horse for messenger, telegraphic despatches, and stoves, two thousand five hundred

dollars. Treasurer's of

In the office of the Treasurer:
For blank books, binding, stationery, and miscellaneous items, one thou-

sand two hundred dollars. Register's office.

In the office of the Register : For ruling and full binding books for recording collectors' quarterly abstracts of commerce and navigation, and blank abstracts for their use, blank books, binding and stationery, arranging and binding cancelled marine papers, cases for official papers and records, and miscellaneous items,

seven thousand dollars. Solicitor's office.

In the office of the Solicitor:
For blank books, binding, stationery, labor, and miscellaneous items,

and for statutes and reports, two thousand two hundred dollars. Commissioner

In the office of the Commissioner of Customs : of Customs.

For blank books, stationery, and miscellaneous items, two thousand

dollars. Light-House Light-house Board. For blank books, binding, stationery, miscellaneous Board.

expenses, and postage, seven hundred and fifty dollars. S. E. Building For the General Purposes of the Southeast Executive Building.For

the compensation of eight watchmen of the southeast executive building, four thousand eight hundred dollars.

For compensation of nine laborers of the southeast executive building, four thousand three hundred and twenty dollars.

For contingent expenses of said building, viz : Fuel, lights, repairs, and miscellaneous, eight thousand five hundred dollars.

For compensation of four watchmen for building occupied in part by the Attorney-General, and in part by the First Auditor of the Treasury, two thousand four hundred dollars.

For compensation of two laborers for said building, nine hundred and sixty dollars.

For rent of said building, fuel, and miscellaneous items, six thousand

dollars. Home Depart

Department of the Interior.–For compensation of the Secretary of the Interior, and the clerks, messengers, and assistant messengers in his office

, Secretary's and for laborers employed therein, at the rate of four hundred and eighty office.

dollars per annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, thirty thousand three hundred and twenty dollars.

For compensation of the Commissioner of the General Land-Office, Office of Land Commissioner. and the recorder, draughtsman, assistant draughtsman, clerks, messengers

, assistant messengers, packers, and watchmen in his office, and for laborers

employed therein, at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per 1854, ch. 242. annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, one hun

dred and seventy-one thousand two hundred and ten dollars. Additional

For additional clerks in the General Land-Office, under the act of third clerks and la- March, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five, granting, bounty borers in General lands, and for laborers employed therein, at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act fourth August

, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, fifty-eight thousand one hundred and sixty dollars : Provided,

ment.

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