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604 THIRTY—FIRS'l.` CONGRESS. Sess. II.. Ch. 32. 1851. Building occupied by Secretary of the Interior. For compensation of superintendent of building, and four watchmen for the same, five hundred and fifty dollars, (in addition to an unexpended balance on hand.) War depart- War Department.- For compensation of the Secretary of War, and “’°“’· the clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger in his office, seventeen thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation of the clerk and messenger in the office of the commanding general, one thousand five hundred dollars. For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of the adjutaut-general, ten thousand four hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of the quartermaster-general, twelve thousand three hundred dollars. For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of clothing and equipage, Philadelphia, four thousand and forty dollars. For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of the paymaster-general, nine thousand nine hundred dollars. For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of the commissary-general of subsistence, six thousand three hundred dollars. For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the nfhce of the chief engineer, five thousand nine hundred dollars. For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of the surgeon-general, three thousand six hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of the colonel of ordnance, eight thousand six hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the bureau of topographical engineers, four thousand nine hundred dollars. Contingentsx- Contingent Expenses of the War Department. —— gglfsg a‘;fm£‘t° In the office of the Secretary of War. P i For blank books, binding, stationery, labor, and printing, newspapers and periodicals, one thousand four hundred and fifty dollars. For books, maps, and plans, one thousand dollars. For extra clerks in the war department, fifteen hundred dollars. For miscellaneous items, fife [five] hundred and fifty dollars. In the office of the Commanding General. For miscellaneous items, three hundred dollars. In the office of the Adjutant-General. For printing army register, general orders, circulars, &,c., seven hundred dollars. For blank books, binding, and stationery, five hundred dollars. For miscellaneous items, including office furniture, three hundred do lars. In the office of the Quartermaster-General, including the office at Philadelphia. For blank books, binding, and stationery, seven hundred dollars. For labor, one hundred and fifty dollars. For printing, two hundred dollars. For office rent at Philadelphia, five hundred dollars. For miscellaneous items, four hundred dollars. In the office of the Paymaster·General. For miscellaneous items, one thousand dollars. In the office of the Commissaryf-General of Subsistence. For blank books, binding, stationery, printing, advertizing, and labor, three thousand dollars. For miscellaneous items, one hundred and fifty dollars. In the office of the Chief Engineer. d ger blank books, binding, stationery, and printing, six hundred o ars.