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TWENTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 74. 1832. 5]] For incidental and contingent expenses and repairs, cost of machinery, for allowance for wastage in gold and silver coinage of the mint, twenty- one thousand eight hundred dollars. For compensation to the governor, judges, and secretary of the Michi- Territories. gan territory, seven thousand eight hundred dollars. For contingent expenses of the Michigan territory, three hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation and mileage of the members of the legislative council, pay of the officers of the council, fuel, stationery, and printing, seven thousand three hundred and ninety-two dollars. For compensation to the governor, judges, and secretary of the Arkansas territory, seven thousand eight hundred dollars. For pay and mileage of the legislative council of said territory, live thousand four hundred and fifty dollars. For contingent expenses of the Arkansas territory, three hundred and fifty dollars. To pay deficiency in appropriation of last year for pay and mileage to the members of the legislature of Arkansas, one thousand dollars. For compensation to the governor, judges, and secretary of the Florida territory, including additional compensation to the judges, under the act 1830, ch. 106. of twenty-sixth May, one thousand eight hundred and thirty, at eight hundred dollars, each, and arrearages of one thousand eight hundred and thirty-one, thirteen thousand four hundred and ninety-five dollars and nine cents. For contingent expenses of the Florida territory, three hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation and mileage of the members of the legislative council of Florida, pay of officers and servants of the council, fuel, stationery, printing, and distribution of the laws, including two thousand dollars to defray the expenses of the publication of the statutes of the territory, as directed by a law of the territory, and a deficiency in the appropriation for one thousand eight hundred and thirty-one, of two hundred and twenty-eight dollars and ninety-one cents, nine thousand seven hundred and twenty-eight dollars and ninety-one cents. For compensation to the chief justice, the associate judges, and district judges of the judges of the United States, eighty-one thousand four hundred dollars. U"‘*°d S°°*°’· For the salaries of the chief justice and judges of the District of Colum- 'Judges er the bia, and of the judges of the orphans' courts of the said district, nine 3*:1*;;* °*` C°‘ thousand five hundred dollars. ` For compensation to the attorney general of the United States, four Attomey-gene thousand dollars. "’]· For compensation to the clerk in the office of the attorney general, Attsmey-gene. Bight hundred dollars, r¤l’s emee. For a messenger in =•= id office, five hundred dollars. For contingent expenses of said office, five hundred dollars. For compensation to the reporter of the decisions of the Supreme Reporter Su- Court, one thousand dollars. P"‘" °°“"· For compensation to the district attomeys and marshals, as granted District at. by law, including those in the several territories, eleven thousand three °¤d hundred dollars. ` For compensation to assistant counsel and district attorneys under the act of the twenty-third of May, one thousand eight hundred and twenty· 1828, eh. *10. eight, supplementary to the several acts providing for the settlement of private land claims in Florida, including contingencies, seven thousand tive hundred dollars: Provided, That nothing herein contained shall be so construed as toauthorize the paym entof a salary to the law agent in Florida. For defraying the expenses of the Supreme, circuit, and district courts Idxpenses of of the United States, including the District of Columbia: also, for &cS*“’°' jurors and witnesses, in aid of the funds arising from fines, penalties, ° ’ '