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lOl THIRTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 162. 1856. dollars; twenty-one messengers, including superintendents of the fold-I ing and document rooms, twenty-eight thousand four hundred and four dollars-making seventy-nine thousand four hundred and forty-six dollars. Coutiugemies. 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-five 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 fblding 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 Representatives, including the usual additional compensation to the reporters of the House for the present session, eight hundred dollars_each, twenty ,855 ch 29. thousand four hundred and twenty dollars, in addition to the unexpended ,;,;;,,1 p_ f1_ balance of the appropriation contained in the act approved fifteenth l\Iay, 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 Appendix, 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. Kansas Wm_ For entire compensation to the clerks, sergeant-at-arms, and reporter mission, of the Kansas investigating committee, of three hundred dollars, each, two thousand four hundred dollars. _CongressiOmi Library of C'0ngress.——For compensation of librarian, three assistant L“”`“’Y· librarians, and messenger, nine thousand dollars. For contingent 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 botanio garden and green-houses including pay of horticulturist and assistants, under the direction of the Library Committee of Congress, five thousand dollars.