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318 EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. (Jn. 21. l805. Specific ap. employed in his office, twelve thousand two hundred and twenty dollars PI°Prl¤¥i<>¤¤· and ninety-three cents. _ For expense of stationery, printing, and incidental and contingent expenses in the office of the auditor of the treasury, five hundred dollars. For compensation to the treasurer, clerks arid persons employed in his oliiee, six thousand two hundred and twenty-seven dollars and forty- five cents. For the expense of stationery, printing, and incidental and contingent expenses in the treasurer’s office, three hundred dollars. For compensation to the register of the treasury, clerks and persons employed in his office, sixteen thousand and nfty-two dollars. For expense of stationery and printing in the register’s ofnce, (including books for the public stock and for the arrangement of the marine papers,) two thousand eight hundred dollars. For compensation to the secretary of the commissioners of the sinking fund, two hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation of the clerks employed for the purpose of making drafts of the several surveys of land in the territory of the United States northwest of the river Ohio, and in keeping the books of the treasury in relation to the sales of lands at the several land—offices, two thousand six hundred dollars. For fuel and other contingent expenses of the treasury department, four thousand dollars. For defraying the expenses incident to the stating and printing the public accounts for the year one thousand eight hundred and tive, one thousand two hundred dollars. For purchasing books, maps and charts, for the use of the treasury department, four hundred dollars. For compensation to a superintendent employed to secure the buildings and records of the treasury, during the year one thousand eight hundred and five, including the expense of two watchmen, and for the repair of two fire engines, buckets, lanterns, and other incidental expenses, one thousand one hundred dollars. For the erection of a tireproof brick building for the preservation of the records of the treasury; the cellars in which they have hitherto been kept, being found from their dampncss improper for that use, nine thousand dollars. For compensation to the Secretary of War, clerks and persons employed in his office, elevcn thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. For the expenses of fuel, stationery, printing, and other contingent expenses of the office of the Secretary of War, one thousand dollars. For compensation to the accountant of the war department, clerks gurl persons employed in his office, ten thousand nine hundred and ten ol ars. For contingent expenses in the office of the accountant of the war department, one thousand dollars. For compensation to clerks employed in the paymaster’s office, one thousand eight hundred dollars. For fuel in the said office, ninety dollars. For compensation to the purveyor of public supplies, clerks and per- 1709, eh. 40. sons employed in his office, including a sum of twelve hundred dollars, for compensation to his clerks in addition to the sum allowed by the act of the second day of March, one thousand seven hundred and ninety- nine, and for expense of stationery, store rent and fuel for the said office, four thousand six hundred dollars. For compensation to the Secretary of the Navy, clerks and persons employed in his office, nine thousand one hundred and ten dollars. For expense of fuel, stationery, printing, and other contingent expenses in the office of the Secretary of the Navy, two thousand dollars.