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TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 59. 1836. 21 For compensation to the Surveyor General in Ohio, Indiana and $¤rvj¤y¤rG¤· Michigan, two thousand dollars. xm m 0hi°» For compensation to the Surveyor in Illinois and Missouri, two thou- guweyor in sand dollars. Illinois, &c. For compensation to clerks in the office of said surveyor, two thousand dollars. For compensation to the Surveyor General in Arkansas, one thou- Surveyor iu sand five hundred dollars. A'k“°°““- For compensation to clerks in said office, one thousand eight hundred dollars. For compensation to the Surveyor in Louisiana, two thousand Suryeyor in dollars. L°'”5*°·¤¤· For compensation to the clerks in the office of said surveyor, fifteen hundred dollars. For compensation to the Surveyor in Mississippi, two thousand Surveyor in dollars. M'”*”*PP*· For compensation to the clerks in the office of said surveyor, one thousand dollars. For compensation to the Surveyor in Alabama, one thousand five Surveyor in hundred dollars. Agb*“¤°· , For compensation to the Surveyor in Florida, two thousand dollars. F10:,;:??" m For compensation to the Secretary appointed by the President to Signing Land sign all patents for lands sold or granted under the authority of the P°*°¤”· United States, per act of second of March, eighteen hundred and ]833, ch_g;_ thirty-three, one thousand five hundred dollars. For compensation to the Commissioner of the Public Buildings, in Commission- Washington city, two thousand dollars. g %§iP¤bll¤ For the purchase of books for the Library of Congress, five thousand liibfg? 0,- dollars. Congress. For salary of the Principal and Assistant Librarians, and for contingent expenses of the library, and pay of messenger, three thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars. _ For services rendered by Charles H. W. Meehan, as assistant in the Library at one dollar and fifty cents per diem, Sundays excepted, during the sitting of Congress, from December second eighteen hundred and thirty-three, to March fourth eighteen hundred and thirty-five, three hundred and ninety-eight dollars. For compensation to the officers and clerks of the Mint, thirteen Mm, thousand nine hundred dollars. For compensation to laborers employed in the various operations of the Mint, twenty-one thousand dollars. For incidental and contingent expenses and repairs, wastage, cost of machinery, for allowance for wastage in gold and silver coinage of the Mint, including sixteen thousand dollars for arrearages in eighteen hundred and thirty-five, fifty-one thousand one hundred dollars. For expenses incident to the introduction of new machinery and apparatus, including the application of steam power to coinage, and improvements in the melting and refining department, twenty thousand dollars. For compensation to the Governor, Judges, and Secretary of the Ggygmgg, Michigan Territory, ten thousand dollars. &»¤· of Midi- For contingent expenses of the Michigan Territory, three hundred g”‘“T°m'“Y' and fifty dollars. For compensation and mileage of the members of the Legislative Council of the Territory of Michigan, pay of the officers of theCouncil, fuel, stationery, and printing, six thousand four hundred and twenty- five dollars. For arrear es of the expenses of the Legislative Council of the Territory of Echigm, for eighteen hundred and thirty-five, in addition