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TWELFTH CONGRESS. Slsss. II. Ch. 58. 1813. 325 For expenses of stationery, printing, and incidental and contingent Specmc ap. expenses of the tr·easurer’s office, one thousand three hundred dollars, i>¤>r>ri¤¤i¤¤¤- For compensation to the commissioner of the general land·ofjce clerks, and persons employed in his office, including the sum of fivd hundred and eighty-five dollars and twenty-four cents for extra services of clerks, and for the service of a messenger during the year one thou= sand eight hundred and twelve, ten thousand nine hundred and ninety. five dollars. For expense of stationery, printing, and incidental and contingent expenses of the commissioner’s office, including four hundred and seventy-four dollars and twenty cents, to defray those expenses in the year one thousand eight hundred and twelve, seven hundred and twenty- four dollars and twenty cents. For the expense of vellum, and printing land patents, including the sum of fifteen hundred and six dollars and twenty-five cents for defray. ing the expense incurred for that object, in the year one thousand eight hundred and twelve, four thousand three hundred and six dollars and twenty-five cents. For compensation to the register of the treasury, clerks, and persons employed in his office, sixteen thousand and fifty-two dollars and two cents. For additional compensation to the clerks in the treasury department, not exceeding fifteen per centum, in addition to the sum allowed by the act, entitled "An act to regulate and fix the compensation of clerks, Mt of APN and to authorize the laying out certain public roads, and for other pur- 2rl8°6#°h·4l· poses," six thousand six hundred and thirty-four dollars and nine cents. For compensation to the messenger of the register’s office, for stamping and arranging ships’ registers, ninety dollars. For expense of stationery, printing, and all other incidental and contingent expenses in the register’s office, including books for the public stocks, and for the arrangement of the marine records, two, thousand eight hundred dollars. For fuel and other contingent and incidental expenses of the treasury department, four thousand dollars. For the purchase of 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 department, during the year one thousand eight hundred and thirteen, including the expense of two watchmen, the repairs of two fire engines, buckets, lanterns, and other incidental and contingent expenses, one thousand one hundred dollars. For defraying the expense of stating and printing the public accounts for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirteen, one thousand two hundred dollars. For compensation to the secretary of the commissioners of the sinking fund, two hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation to the Secretary of War, clerks, and persons employed in his office, including the sum of three thousand nine hundred and sixty dollars for clerk hire, in addition to the sum allowed by the l act of April twenty-first, one thousand eight hundred and six, fifteen mkfgogf aim! thousand two hundred and ten dollars. ’ ’°’ For expense of fuel, stationery, printing, and other contingent expenses in the office of the Secretary of War, two thousand dollars. For compensation to the accountant of the war department, clerks, and persons employed in his office, including the sum of five thousand dollars for clerk hire, in addition to the sum allowed by the act of the _ twenty-first of April, one thousand eight hundred and six, fifteen thou- 21A;>§03f -Q-{E! sand nine hundred and ten dollars.’°’ For additional compensation to the clerks in the war department, not Von. II.-104