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FORTY—SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 172. 1872. 127 control of the Treasury Department for the fiscal years prior to the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy, three thousand two hundred and fifty-three dollars and eighty-ive cents. _ For repairs and preservation of public buildings under the control of I, }g**R?g*f9 °fPubthe Treasury Department for fiscal years prior to the year ending June ;:,OQ:l&ggs’ thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy, seven thousand six hundred and fifty dollars and ninety-two cents. For re-establishing lights and other aids to navigation on the southern gwmbiish. coast for the iiscal years prior to the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen ins lights OH hundred and seventy, one thousand eight hundred and i‘ifty-eight dollars S°"°h°m °°am’ and ninety cents: Provided, That this and the two immediately preceding Pmvlso. paragraphs do not involve any appropriation from the treasury, but are merely an authorization to the proper officers to make upon the books of the treasury transfer entries to settle certain accounts. To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to settle the accounts of col-_ Collectors_act.— lectors of customs acting as superintendents of lights, outside the districts d";1;;1g§““` for which they were appointed, for expenditures already made in pursuance lights, of law, and which will not involve any actual expenditure, a transfer on the books of the treasury of such sums as may be necessary is hereby authorized. For vaults, safes, and locks for public buildings under the control of the Vaults, safes, Treasury Department for fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred me 1°°kS‘ and seventy-two, fifty thousand dollars. That the salary of the second comptroller of the Treasury shall, after S¤l€Y>{l<>Y 2d the thirtieth day of June, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, be five thou- E§{,Ii£{gd_€r es` sand dollars per annum. To pay John P. Bruce the amount appropriated to be paid him by the John P. Bruce. act of July fifteenth, eighteen hundred and seventy, for printing for the third `}§(;f£'P?2i3_ session of the legislature of the Territory of Montana, but which has not been paid but is now directed to be paid to him, and his receipt shall be deemed a sufficient voucher for payment of the same by the accounting officers of the treasury, seven hundred and ninety-six dollars and ninety cents. To pay John Gordon, messenger in the Post-office Department, for extra John Gordon. service from March fourth, eighteen hundred and fifty-three, to March third, eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, five hundred dollars. To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to pay certain gaugers employed Gauges ifi in the thirty-second district of the State of New York, under the late col- New Y°rk‘ lector of internal revenue, J. F. Bailey, fees earned by them during part of the month of March, eighteen hundred and seventy, seven hundred and four dollars and twenty cents. For the payment of the salary of the secretary of the Territory of New Salary of Sec- Mexico, as superintendent of public buildings and grounds for the years 32m? °f New ending June thirty, eighteen hundred and seventy-one, and June thirtieth, ,,,$§gg'“8gSO$-up°r` eighteen hundred and seventy-two, two thousand dollars; and so much of public buildings. the second section of the act of July twenty-seven, eighteen hundred and Of1§§%§,*‘lé’,‘; sixty-eight (Statutes at Large, chapter CCLXXII.), as grants a salary to sg, ’’ the secretary of said Territory as superintendent of public buildings and Vol- XV- P· 240- grounds, is hereby repealed, the repeal to take effect at the end of the current fiscal year. To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to pay the annual salary of the Ungtid t$g§*°S United States marshhl of Nebraska from the date of the admission of the ° °` State, at the rate of two hundred dollars per annum, one thousand one hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary. To pay O. P. Rockwell, late mail-contractor in Utah Territory, balance 0. P. Rockdue him, one thousand three hundred and ten dollars and sixty-three cents. W€U· WAR DEPARTMENT. WM (Rpm_ Jlblitaryv EstabZ£shment.—For the pay department, for the allowance depmf to the officers of the army for transportation of themselves and their mm,