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T WENTY-N INTH CONGRESS. Sess. H. Ch. 47. 1847. 161 eral, to be apportioned to them according to the exigencies of the public service, and, and [il] necessary, to be employed in transcribing lield-notes of surveys, for the purpose of preserving them at the seat of government, eleven thousand dollars. For compensation of the secretary to sign patents for public lands, _Secretary to one thousand five hundred dollars. °‘g“ l’“°“'“‘ For compensation of the commissioner of public buildings in Commissioner Washington city, two thousand dollars. P“l’1*° b‘“ld“‘8'· For compensation of four assistants, draw-keepers at the Potomac P¤¥¤¤¤¢=B¤d€¤· Bridge, including oil for lamps and machinery, fire-wood, and repairs of bridge, four thousand two hundred and ninety dollars. Mint of the United States and Branches. -- `Mi¤* U- S- mi At Pnunaeipnii, i-iz.; ";;“;},‘5“,,,,,,,,, For salaries of the director, treasurer, chief coiner, assayer, melter Omcen. and reliner, engraver, assistant assayer, and four clerks, nineteen thousand two hundred dollars. For wages of workmen, twenty-four thousand dollars. For incidental and contingent expenses, including fuel, materials, Contingencies. stationery, water·rent, repairs, and wastage, in addition to available funds on hand, two hundred and fifty dollars. For specimens of ores and coins, to be reserved at the mint, one hundred and fifty dollars. At Charlotte, North Carolina, viz.: NA:, Cj}”l°“°» For salaries of superintendent, assayer, coiner, and clerk, six thou- sand dollars. For wages of workmen, three thousand five hundred dollars. For incidental and contingent expenses, including fuel, materials, Contingoraire. stationery, repairs, wastage of gold, and watching, two thousand one hundred dollars. At Dahlonega, Georgia, viz. : G Af P’l*l°¤*B¤» For salaries of superintendent, msayer, coiner, and clerk, six thou- 2g;, 6.,,, sand dollars : l For wages of workmen, three thousand six hundred dollars: For incidental and contingent expenses, including fuel, materials, Contingencies. stationery, repairs, and wastage of gold, three thousand dollars. At New Orleans, viz. : At N. Orleans. For salaries of superintendent, treasurer, coiner, assayer, melter circus, atc. and retiner, and two clerks, twelve thousand nine hundred dollars. For wages of workmen, nineteen thousand dollars. For incidental and contingent expenses, including fuel, materials, sta- 'iwtingencicn. tionery, water-rent, and wastage, nineteen thousand one hundred dollars. For machinery and machinists, three thousand dollars. Judiciary. — For salaries of the chief justice of the Supreme Court, Judiciary. _ and the eight associate judges, forty-one thousand dollars. M§l"°*`“g:°j;Q° For salaries of the district judges, sixty-one thousand seven hun- ,,,,gg,,,_ ° ° dred dollars. D**¤'l°*.l¤d£¢¤· For additional compensation, at two hundred dollars each, to the Additional comdistrict judges of Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Ala- §‘;’;,‘f,‘;:° °°" bama, under the provisions of the first section of the act of seventeenth ` June, eighteen hundred and forty-four, one thousand dollars: Pro- 18“{ °l'· 95- vided, That so much of the aforesaid act as authorizes the additional P'°“’°· compensation to the said judges shall, from and after the first day of October next, be, and the same is hereby, repealed. For salaries of the chief justice of the District of Columbia, the associate judges, the judges of the criminal and orphans’ courts of said District, ten thousand seven hundred dollars. For salaries of the Attorney-General, and the clerk and messenger Attomegtson in his oilzice, including an increase of the salary of his clerk, at the °”l““d° °"" rate of six hundred dollars per annum, commencing on the first day Von. IX. Pun.—2l