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FOR-TY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. OH. 130. 1881. 40] thousand dollars each; and secretary, at one thousand eight hundred dollars, thirteen thousand four hundred dollars. For legislative expenses, namely, for rent, light, fuel. printing, Legislative exstationery, incidentals, and porter or messenger for the secretaryls 1><>¤¤<>¤- office, one thousand nine hundred dollars. For contingent expenses of the Territory, in be expended by the gov- Contingent excrnor, five hundred dollars. penses. 'lnrmrronx or Nnw Mnxrco.-For salary of governor, two thou- New Mexico. sand six hundred dollars; chief justice and two associate judges, at G9v<=r¤<>r. chic! three thousand dollars each; secretary, at one thousand eight hundred ·l""‘°°» °*"· dollars; and interpreter and translator in the executive office, at five hundred dollars, thirteen thousand nine hundred dollars. . For legislative expenses, namely, for compensation andmileage of the Legislative exmembers of the legislative assembly, officers, and clerks, and contingent P¤¤¤<>¤· expenses, rent, light, fuel, printing and stationery, and inoidentals, and contingent expenses of the secretary’s office, eighteen thousand eight hundred and seventy-nine dollars and twenty-three cents. For contingent expenses of the Territory, to be expended by the gov- Contingent exernor, ive hundred dollars. P°¤¤°**· Tnnnrronx or Urlur.-For salary of governor, two thousand six Utah. _ hundred dollars; chief justice and two associate judges, at three thou- G;>"°’¤°¤ °h*°f sand dollars each; and secretary, at one thousand eight hundred dol- ·l"“ °°* °t°‘ . lars, thir·teen thousand four hundred dollars. For legislative expenses, namely, for compensation and mileage of Legislative exmembers of the legislative assembly, the officers, clerks, public printing, P°¤¤°S· and the contingent expenses thereof, and the contingent expenses of the secretary’s oillce, twenty-five thousand nve hundred dollars. For contingent expenses of the Territory, to be expended by the gov- Contingent ex. ernor, five hundred dollars. And the Secretary of the Treasury shnll P<>¤¤¢¤- make to Congress each year a detailed statement showing how the sev- Secretary of the eral sums herein appropriated for contingent and miscellaneous pur- Tf°¤:t¤1'Y 30 ¤¤¤k¤ poses have been expended, and also a statement giving the amount re- ;‘;.p;’0D,l;g°‘;';g;;“3 ceived under section thirty-six hundred and eighty-seven of the Revised ,,,;,,,,,,]],,,,,,0u,, ex, Statutes, and also a statement showing in detail how the money appro- penrlitnre also repriated under said section has been expended. · wgig “3'E8,*j"‘ Tnnnrrrortr or Wesrrmcron.-For salary of governor, two thou- _Wes1iington rei. sand six hundred dollars; chief justice and two associate judges, at three ntgglmor Ohm thousand dollars each; and secretary, at one thousand eight hundred just,c°’,,,d*°,,hc¤,_ dollars, thirteen thousand four hundred dollars. _ For legislative expenses, namely, for compensation and mileage of the Logisintive ex . members of the legislative assembly, the officers, clerks, public printing, pcnscs. and contingent expenses, rent of secretary’s o1lice,_h1re of messenger, light, fuel, stationery, postage, office furniture, repairs, and other incldentals, twenty-one thousand nine hundred and forty dollars. For printing the code of laws for the Territory, three thousand dollars, Printing code of 01* so much thereof as may be necessary. lg'; f" ° ° T°m' For contingent expenses of the Territory, to be expended by the gov- Contingent ex- 9TH0I', five hundred dollars. P°”“°· TERRITORY on Wxomne.-For salary of governor, two thousand Wyoming rem- Six hundred dollars; chief justice and two associate judges, at three toghsmor chief th0US3»I1d dollars each; and secretary at one thousand eight hundred justice 8,,0] d0ll3»rs, thirteen thousand four hundred dollars. _ _ ’ For legislative expenses, namely, for compensation and mileage of the Legislative exmcmbers of the legislative assembly, the officers, clerks, public printing, P¤¤¤¢¤· and contingent expenses, including those of the secretary’s office, rent, messenger, printing, fuel, light, stationery, postage, and mcrdentals, twenty-four thousand two hundred and fiftynve dollars. For contingent expenses of the Territory, to be expended by the gov- Contingent •x- ernor, five hundred dollars. P°"“°" xxr-26