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320 EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 21. 1305. Specific ap, For expenses of stationery, office rent, and other contingent expenses P*°P’l¤*l°¤S· in the said territory, three hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation to the governor, judges and secretary of the Indiana territory, five thousand one hundred and fifty dollars. For the expenses of stationery, omce rent, and other contingent expenses in the said territory, three hundred and fifty dollars. For the discharge of such demands against the United States, on account of the civil department, not otherwise provided for, as shall have been admitted in a due course of settlement at the treasury, and which are of a nature, according to the usage thereof, to require pay- ment in specie, two thousand dollars. For additional compensation to the clerks of the several departments of state, treasury, war and navy, and of the general post—oflice, not exceeding for each department, respectively, fifteen per centum, in addi- 1799: °l*- ‘*0· tion to the sums allowed by tho act, intituled "An act to regulate and fix the compensation of clerks," eleven thousand eight hundred and eighty-tive dollars. For compensation granted by law to the chiefjustice, associate judges, and district judges of the United States, including the chief justice, and two associate judges of the district of Columbia, and to the attorney- general, fifty-five thousand nine hundred dollars. For the like compensation granted to the several district attornies of the United States, three thousand four hundred dollars. For compensation to the marshals of the districts of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Kentucky, Ohio, east and west Tennessee, and Orleans, one thousand six hundred dollars. For defraying the expenses of the supreme, circuit and district courts of the United States, including the district of Columbia, and of jurors and witnesses, in aid of the funds arising from fines, forfeitures and penalties, and likewise for defraying the expense of prosecution for offences against the United States, and for safe keeping of prisoners, forty thousand dollars. For the payment of sundry pensions granted by the late government, nine hundred dollars. For the payment of an annuity granted to the children of the late Colonel John Harding and Major Alexander Trueman, by an act of Congress passed the fourteenth of May, one thousand eight hundred, six hundred dollars. For the payment of the annual allowance to the invalid pensioners of the United States, from the fifth of March, one thousand eight hundred and five, to the fourth of March, one thousand eight hundred and six, ninety-eight thousand dollars. For the maintenance and support of lighthouses, beacons, buoys and public piers, and stakeage of channels, bars and shoals, and certain contingent expenses, one hundred and fifteen thousand two hundred and nine dollars and thirty-six cents. For fixing buoys in Long Island sound, in addition to the sums heretofbre appropriate:} for that object, three thousand dollars. For erecting beacons in tho harbor of New York, in addition to the sums heretofore appropriated for that object, six thousand dollars. For erecting a beacon and placing buoys near the entrance of Savannah river, being an expense incurred under the act of the sixteenth day of July, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-eight, (the balance of a former appropriation for the same object, having been carried to the credit of the surplus fund,) two thousand four hundred and ninety-four dollars, and eighty-nine cents. For reviving so much ofuncxpended balances of appropriations granted by an act passed the sixth of April, one thousand eight hundred and two, and which have been carried to the surplus fund, to wit: