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TWENTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 176. 1846. 97 the employment of any clerks in the statistical branch of the treasury department. Srzc. 4. And be it further enacted, That the surveyor·gcnemI so much oejunp northwvest of the Ohio, under the direction of the President, be, and b°;“;\‘;1““}:;:f::‘ hereby is, required to cause to be surveyed, marked, and designated, as uc, M: so much of the line between Michigan and Wisconsin as lies between ¤~’¤•=¤ M §¤¤*- rhe source of Brulé River and the source of Montreal River, as §§’;n‘€gf";;€,.:'QQi defined by the “Act to enable the People of Wisconsin Territory to to be run-eyed. ' form a Constitution and State Government, and for the Admission of A¤¢e.p-56. such Statc into the Union ; " and the expense of such survey shall be paid, upon the certificate of the said surveyor-general, out of any money in Ehe treasury not otherwise appropriated, not exceeding one thousand dollars. Ssc. 5. And be it further enacted, That the fourth section of the R9 I f. . . . . . . . pm 0 {Hof act, entitled "An Act making Appropriations for the cm} and dnplo- gener;} ,;,;,,0,,,;, matic Expenses of the Government for the Year ending the thirtieth ¤¤<>¤ ¤¢¢ of W45. of June, eighteen hundred and forty-six, and for other Purposes," °h‘."' passed third March, eighteen hundred and forty-Eve, bc, and the same is hereby, repealed. Ammovzn, August I0, 1846. ru?. CLXXVI.--.5n Act makin .0 0 rialions r the natal Service or the C Year ending an ilu tkirzzhlh Sunlzneightccn Ieurlzrcd and forty-sczon.f Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represcntatives of the _ _ [Mm] Sinus of America in Gmgress assembled, That the following *.m[°*PFQ;’f"';*g2l€::’ sums be, and the same are hereby, appropriated for the naval service, june3i3f)' 134; g for the year ending on the thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and forty- seven: For pay of commission, warrant, and petty officers and seamen, p,,,,,-gmcé,,, including the engineer corps of the navy, three millions Eve hundred seamen, and cnand seventy-one thousand seven hundred and thirty-five dollars. €‘“"°' °°"P*· Pawn! midshipmen performing the duties of master, under the Fused mM5MP_ authority of the Secretary of the Navy, to receive the compensation men mm; as allowed to such higher grade, while actually so employed. ¤¤¤¤V~>¤· For provisions, including transportation, cooperage, and other Provisions expenses, eight hundred and sixty-nine thousand seven hundred and L"’P°"°*’°”· twenty-two dollars. ` For surgeons' necessaries, and appliances for the sick and hurt of 5¤rg¢¤¤¤’ M- the naval service, including the marine corps, twenty-one thousand and seventy-two dollars. corps. For the increase, repair, armament, and equipment of the navy, and r,me,,e,,-ep.;, wear and tear of vessels in commission, including coal for stcamers, ¤‘¤¤?¤¢¤*· ¤¤¢i and hemp, one million Efty thousand dollars; and the President is °q°°Pm°°" hereby authorized to construct, by contract, any vessel or steamer for the public service, when in his opinion the same can be done with equal eiiicicncy and on terms more economical than in the present navy yards. For ordnance and ordnance stores, including all incidental expenses, Ordnance, &.¤. three hundred and seventy-one thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars. For books, maps, charts, and instruments, binding and repairing the Boon, mp, same, and ali the expenses of the hydmgraphicai 05ce, thirLy·five <>b¤*¤»$¤°· thousand nine hundred dollars. _ For contingent expenses that may accrue for the following purposes, C,,,t;,,g,,,,C;,,,_ uz.: For freight and transportation; printing and statxcncry; books, models, and drawings; purchase and repair of Ere—engincs, and for machinery; repair of steam-engines in yards; purchase and mainte- VOL. iX. Pun. — I3