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J6 662 THIRTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 175. 1855. ship and section lines, in the Territory of Utah, at augmented rates, fifty thousand dollars. Penitentiary. Penitentiary. --·For compensation of the warden, clerk, physician, chaplain, assistant keepers, guards, and porter, of the penitentiary of the District of Columbia, eleven thousand two hundred and twentymine Additional sm- dollars and thirty-one cents; and twenty per centum additional salm-y is ¤~Fl¤=*· hereby appropriated, to be paid to the said officers of the penitentiary, which per centum shall commence from the first day of July, eighteen hundred and fifty-three: Provided, That the same shall not extend to the chaplain. For compensation of three inspectors of said penitentiary, seven lumdred and fifty dollars; and for the present fiscal year, four hundred and fifty dollars, in addition to the sum already appropriated. Pay of chap- For the support and maintenance of said penitentiary, six thousand l“l"‘ three hundred and twelve_ dollars and fifty cents. And the annual compensation of the chaplain of the penitentiary, shall be five hundred dollars, to commence from the present fiscal year. _C¤urts in Dis- For defraying the expenses of the supreme, circuit, and district courts mfb °f C°l“m' of the United States, including the District of Columbia ; also for j urorg ` and witnesses, in aid of the funds arising from fines, penalties, and forfeitures, incurred in the fiscal year ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six, and previous years; and likewise [`or defmying the expenses of suits in which the United States are concerned, and of prosecutions for offences committed against the United States, and for the safe-keeping of prisoners, eight hundred thousand dollars. Insane. For the support, clothing, and medical treatment of the insane of the District of Columbia, and of the army and navy at the asylum in said District, sixteen thousand eight hundred dollars. Hogpitnj, For iinishing and furnishing the two last sections of the hospital building, which comprises all that has been commenced, twenty-two thousand five hundred and twelve dollars. And for the erection of a lodge for the colored insane, fences, repair of the farm-houses, for ten cows for use of the asylum, for n. carriage and harness for the patients, and for ditching, grading, and setting out trees, twelve thousand and twenty dollars. _ Y¤bll¤ l“*lld· Public Buildings and Grm.mds.—— For compensation, in part, for the mg"“dgr°`md°' messenger in charge of the main furnace in the Capitol, four hundred and twenty dollars. For compensation to the laborer in charge of the watenclosets in the Capitol, four hundred and thirty-eight dollars. For removing fences, grading streets, &:c., preparatory to the extension of the Capitol Square, in accordance with the plan submitted by the Commissioner of Public Buildings, fifteen thousand dollars: Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be expended except upon property now owned by the United States. For compensation of the public gardener, one thousand four hundred and forty dollars. For compensation of sixteen laborers, cmployed in the public grounds and Presidenlfs garden, at forty-eight dollars per month each, nine thousand two hundred and sixteen dollars. For compensation of the keeper of the western gate, Capitol Square, eight hundred and seventy-six dollars. For compensation of two day watchmen, employed in the Capitol Square, at six hundred dollars each, one thousand two hundred dollars. For compensation of two night watehmen, employed at the Presidents house, at six hundred dollars each, one thousand two hundred dollars. For compensation of the doorkeeper at the President’s house, six hundred dollars. For compensation of assistant doorkeeper at the Presidents house, four hundred and thirty-eight dollars.