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20-l· FORTY-NINTH (J-OSGRBSS. Sess. l. C11. 827. 1886. California. For surveyor- general of California, two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; and for the clerks in his office, five thousand dollars; in all, seven thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars. _ _ Contingent ex- For books. stationery, pay of messenger, and other incidental ex- P°¤¤°•· penses two thousand dollars. Colorado. For surveyor-general of the State of Colorado, two thousand tive hundred dollars; and for the clerks in hisoffice, three thousand- dollars; in all,-fire thousand five hundred dollars. Contingent cx- For rent of offic-e for the surveyor-general, fuel, books, stationery, and l’°“”“· other incidental expenses,‘one thousand five hundred dollars. Dakota. For surveyor general of the Territory of Dakota two thousand dollars; and for the clerks in his office, three thousand dollars; in all, tive _ thousand dollars. C¤¤ti¤g¤¤¤ ¢=¤ For rent of office for the surveyor-general, fuel, books, stationery, and P°““°'· other incidental expenses, two thousand five hundred dollars. Minnesota. For surveyor-general of Minnesota, one thousand eight hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his office, two thousand dollars; in all, three thousand eight hundred dollars. Contingent ox- For fuel, books, stationery, pay of messenger, and other incidental neuron. expenses, one thousand dollars. Florida. For surveyorgeneral of Florida, one thousand eight hundred dollars; and lor the clerks in his officc, one thousand eight hundred dollars; in all, three thousand six hundred dollars. ‘ Contingent ex- For rent of office for the surveyor-general, fuel, books, stationery, and e¢¤¤¤· other incidental expenses, one thousand dollars. Idaho. For surveyor-general of the Territory of Idaho, two thousand tive hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his omce, one thousand five hundred dollars; in all, tour thousand dollars. Contingent ex- For rent of oniee for the surveyor-general, fuel, books, stationery, pauses. pay of messenger, mgthpther incidental expensesyone thousand tivo hundred dollars. Louisiana. For surveyorgeneral of Louisiana, one thousand eight hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his office, three thousand dollars; in all, four _ thousand eight hundred dollars. C°¤¤¤¤¢¤¤ °¤· For fuel, books, stationery, messenger and other incidental expenses, P°"°°°‘ including expenses of reprotracting and niending old torn and partly defaced township plats, and providing the same and other plats with canvas hacks, also for binding old records, three thousand dollars. M°¤¤¤=·’·· For surveyor-general of the Territory of Montana, two thousand five hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his office, three thousand dollars; in all five thousand five hundred dollars. C¢>¤¤¤;~=¤¤ ¢·¤- For rent of office for the surveyor-general, fuel, hooks, stationery, pay P"“"“ of messenger, and other incidental expenses, two thousand two hun- _ dred and fifty dollars. not-nun. For surveyor-general of Nevada, one thousand eight hundred dollars; and lor the clerks in his officc, one thousand five hundred dollars; in all, two thousand tivo hundred dollars. Contingent cx- For rent of onice for the surveyongeneral, fuel, books, stationery, pay

  • '°‘[“”"· _ of messenger, and other incidental expenses, one thousand dollars.

Mw ”·‘¤¤°· For surveyor-general of the Territory of New Mexico, two thousand tive hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his office, three thousand _ dollars; in all, five thousand five hundred dollars. C<{{¤'¤¤:¤¤¢ H- For rent of oillce for the surveyor-general, pay of messenger, fuel, l‘”“°““·' books, stationery. and other incidental expenses, one thousand tive ?"<>¤•¤¤· hundred dollars: Proridcd, That the Secretary of the Interior shall, Qnnneni. if practicable, provide accommodations ior the office of the surveyorgeréeral og New Mexico in the building belonging to the United States in anta ·e. 0¤·s··¤- For surveyor-general of Oregon, one thousand eight hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his omce, one thousand five hundred dollars; in all, three thousand three hundred dollars.