TWENTY-l;llGHTH CONGRESS. Sr:ss.II. Ch. 71. 1845. 761 For com ensation and contin ent ex enses of the auxiliar u ‘· six thousand seven hundred and Eeventy-five dollars, y g ard, giitiiddlimw For the support of the penitentiary in the District of Columbia, six Penitentiary of thousand dollars. D. C. For survey of the coast of the United States, including compensation (yous, su to the superintendent and assistants, eighty-eight thousand dollars. way. For the publication of maps and charts, the materials for which have been accumulating in the office of the coast survey, twelve thousand dollars. For completing the publication of the work on the Exploring Expo- Exploring exdition, including the printing of an extra number of charts, and for the pedirion. salary of the horticulturist, ten thousand dollars. For completing the work of the custom-house at Boston, one hundred Boslqon custhousand dollars. *0*** °¤S¢· For plans and estimates for the erection of a custom-house in the New Oman, city of New Orleans, in front of the square now occupied for that pur. customdiouse. pose, five hundred dollars: Provided, That the site for said ground be conveyed by the first municipality of New Orleans, in full title, absolutely and unconditionally, to the United States; that its location and extent be deemed satisfactory to the Secretary of the Treasury, who is hereby authorized to agree upon such conditions for the settlement of the conflicting pretensions of the United States and the first municipality to said custom-house square, and the ground in front of it, as he may consider just and equitable. For repairs of the custom-house at Charleston, five thousand dol- clghtglleitgin lars.‘ For the erection of a custom-house building in the city of Savannah, Sammy, m. Georgia, thirty thousand dollars. ¢¤¤¤—l¤¢>¤¤¤· For the liquidation and settlement of the debt due to the Maryland Mmyiund im,. hospital for the support of lunatic paupers of the District of Columbia piislfrom the tenth of March, eighteen hundred and forty-three, to tenth of June, eighteen hundred and forty-four, five thousand dollars; the same, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be disbursed by the order of the marshal of the District of Columbia, and according to such adjustment of the said account as he may find correct. For the support, clothing, and medical treatment of the insane psu- _Insane paupers pers of the District of Columbia, four thousand dollars: Provided, That m D·G· the amount paid for each person shall not exceed four dollars per week: And provided, further, That the marshal of the District of Columbia be, and he hereby is authorized to maintain at Baltimore or some other suitable lunatic asylum, all such lunatic persons being paupers, who are now connned in the lunatic asylum at Baltimore by order of Congress or are in the jails of "Washington and Alexandria counties, and- all such as may hereafter be committed as lunatics by order of the circuit or ' criminal courts, they being paupcrs of said District of Columbia, and their support being legally chargeable thereto; and that he pay the expenses of their removal and maintenance in such asylum as he may select, and be allowed for the same in the settlement of his accounts at the Treasury Department. _ _ _ Light-house Establisltment.-For supplying light-houses, containing Ltlzilfglglgzi ' two thousand six hundred and seventy-one lamps, with oil, tube glasses, °§,,,,pu;,,_ ' buff skins, whiting and cotton cloth, expenses of transportation, and for I keeping the lighting apparatus in repair, one hundred thousand one hundred and seventy-three dollars and sixty-·four_oents. J For repairs, incidental expenses, relittmg, and rmprovements of l1ght· Repairs. houses, and buildings connected therewith, eighty-three thousand dollars. For salaries of two hundred and thirty-six keepers, and sixteen as- Keepers. sistant keepers, of light-houses, (seventeen of them céiarged with double Von. V.—96 ° ··
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