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FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 329. 1878. 201 two hundred and seventy-five dollars; office furniture, two hundred and fifty dollars; contingencies, five hundred dollars; in all, eleven thousand four hundred dollars. A A ¤_ . SURVEYORSGENERAL AND THEIR CLER.I(S.yeEOI' COIDp€llS€ttl0¤ of Surveyors — gen. surveyor-general of Louisiana, one thousand eight hundred dollars; and eral and clerks. for the clerks in his ofnce, tour thousand dollars. . For surveyor-general of Florida, one thousand eight hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his office, two thousand dollars. For surveyor-general of Minnesota, two thousand dollars; and for the clerks in his office, nve thousand dollars. - For surveyor general of the Territory of Dakota-, two thousand dollars; and for the clerks in his office four thousand five hundred dollars. For surveyor-general of the State of Colorado, two thousand five hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his officc, three thousand five hundred dollars. _ . For surveyor-general of the~Territo~ry of N cw Mexico, two thousand five hundredtlollars; and for the clerks in his officeysix thousand dollars. For surveyor-general of California, two thousand seven hundredand fifty dollars; and for the clerks in his office, eleven thousand dollars. For surveyor-general of the Territory of Idaho, two thousand five hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his office, two thousand five hundred dollars. [ For surveyor-general of Nevada-, two thousand five hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his office, three thousand dollars. For surveyor-general of Oregon, two thousand nve hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his office, four thousand five hundred dollars. For surveyorgeneral of the Territory of Washiington, two thousand tive hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his office, four thousand dollars. -- For surveyor-general of Nebraska and Iowa, two thousand dollars; and for the clerks in his office, three thousand dollars. For surveyor general of the Territory of Montana, two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; and for the clerks in his office, three thousand dollars. , For surveyongeneral of the Territory of Utah, two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; and for the clerks in his office, three thousand dollars. For surveyor-general of the Territory of Wyoming, two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; and for the clerks in his office, three thousand five hundred dollars. __ _ For surveyor- general of the Territory of Arizona, two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; and for the clerks in his office, three thousand dollars. · That public lands situated in States in which there are no land-offices Entry of landsin may be entered at the General Land Office, subject to the provisions of SWW8 w7•¢·‘¢ **0 law touching the entry of public lands; and thatcthe necessary proofs l“"d`°jL°”8‘ and affidavits required in such cases may be made before some officer competent. to administer oaths, whose official character shall be duly certified by the clerk of a_ court of record. And moneys received by the Commissioner of the General Land Office for lands entered by cash entry shall be covered into the_Treasury=. V POST OFFICE DEPAHTMENTM} _ _ p M th . For compensation of the Postmaster-General, eight thousand dollars; Salari es, em., chief clerk t0_ the Postmaster-General, two thousand two hundred Pg>¤¢¤giW€*·G°¤°r‘ dollars; stenographer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; appointment **15 °. °°‘ clerk of class four, in lieu of a fourth-class clerk now provided for; law clerk, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars (office of*Assistant .¤ Attorney-General for Post—Oliice Department),.; one clerk of class one ; one messenger (clerk of class one), one thotisandktwvo hundred dollars; one assistant messenger; topographer, two thousand"‘Tive hundred dol- ,