TIIIRTY-SECON D CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 97. 1853. 199 That the Secretary of the Interior be and he is hereby directed to exa- Umm Of IM mine the claim presented by the county of Lee, in the State of Iowa, gogggghigtgg for the expenses of the United States District Court, which were paid by paid. said county prior to the admission of said State into the Union; and if, upon such examination, he is satisned that, prior to said time, the said county has paid money which, in accordance with the instructions of the First Comptroller of the Treasury, dated December nineteen, eighteen hundred and forty-three, should have been paid by the marshal of the United States for said Territory, he is directed to audit and allow the same: Provided, That the amount thus allowed shall not exceed the sum Proviso. of fourteen thousand four hundred dollars, which is hereby appropriated , for that purpose, out of any money in the Treasury. To aid the directors of the Washington Indrmary to enlarge their ac- [sammy at commodations for the benefit of sick transient paupers, twenty thousand W¤·¤hl¤8*°¤· dollars. Surveyors- General and their C'lerks.— For compensation of the Sur- Surveyoreqcneveyor-General north—wcst of the Ohio, and the clerks in his office, eight *2 Ed ”h°‘” thousand three hundred dollars; ° r ° For compensation of the Surve or-General of Illinois and Missouri, and the clerks in his office, nve tliousand eight hundred and twenty dollars; For compensation to the Surveyor-General of Louisiana, and the clerks in his office, four thousand five hundred dollars; _ For compensation of the Surveyo1··General of Florida, and the clerks in l1is office, five thousand five hundred dollars; For compensation of the Surveyor-General of Wisconsin and Iowa, and the clerks in his office, eight thousand three hundred dollars; For compensation of the Surveyor-General of Arkansas, and the clerks in his office, eight thousand three hundred dollars; For compensation of the Surveyor—General of Oregon, and the clerks in his office, six thousand five hundred dollars; For compensation of the Surveyor-General of California, and the clerks in his office, eighteen thousand five hundred dollars; For clerks in the offices of the Surveyors-General, including the offices in Oregon and California, to be apportioned to them according to the exigencies of the public service, and to be employed in transcribing fieldnotes of surveys for the purpose of preserving them at the seat of government, forty thousand dollars. Light-house .EstabZishnzent.—For supplying light-houses, containing Lizlht-h¤u¤¤ three thousand two hundred and seventy-two lamps, with oil, lamp- Embhs “‘“‘“‘ glasses, wicks, butf-skins, polishing powder, whiting, and other cleaning materials; transportation, and other necessary expenses on the same; repairing and keeping in repair the lighting apparatus; publishing necessary rules, regulations, and instructions; notices to mariners of changes of aids to navigation, and of lights, &c., one hundred and eighty-two thousand three hundred and thirty dollars and seventy-eight cents. For supplying forty-nine light-houses, to contain Eve hundred and sixty- one lamps, with oil, &c., doc., as above, authorized by acts of third of March, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one, and thirty-first of August, one 18** °1‘· 37; thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, thirty thousand four hundred and 185% °h‘ HL sixty dollars and thirty-four cents. For repairs and incidental expenses, refitting, and improvements of three hundred and forty-nine light-houses, and buildings connected therewith, one hundred and ten thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven dollars. For repairs and incidental expenses, reiitting, and improvements of forty-nine light-houses and buildings connected therewith, provided for by acts of third of March, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one, and i85L°l1-37-
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