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TWENTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 14. 1846. 7 fhre had in relation to said work, shall not be deemed to authorize any hxrther subscription to said work, or the purchasing any further volumes thereof For seventy-six copies of the fourteenth volume of the Register of Register ¤t‘Ds- Debates, seven hundred and sixty dollars. mw'- For one hundred and fifty-eight copies of “Contested Elections," Com,;,,,; seven hundred and ninety dollars. El¤¤¤¤·¤¤- For two hundred and nineteen copies of the fourth and fifth volumes of the Documentary History, seven thousand forty-three dollars Hg£;°l‘m°°°U and ninety-one cents: Provided, That this appropriation, or any Proviso, legislation heretofore had in relation to said work, shall not be deemed to authorize any further subscription to said work, or the purchasing any further volumes thereof, beyond the number authorized and required by existing contracts with the publishers. For contingent expenses in the office of the First Auditor, three Cnntingentexhundred dollars. °_¥3,°°A3f For contingent expenses in the office of the Fourth Auditor, Eve aims. hundred dollars. For contingent expenses of the office of the Secretary of the €S;;'l¤§%'é;°:;_ Treasury, for publishing notices as required by acts of the twelfth of gee,,,,;,, Oy LM October, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, and the seventeenth of Treasury. June, eighteen hundred and forty-four, one thousand dollars. _ For compensation to the superintendent of the posboffice building 0,. for the year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and forty- em or uw pas;. tire, two hundred and fifty dollars. °@°°· For additional salaries of the District judges of Ohio, Indiana, édd;?°¤¤l SQL Illinois, and Misouri, from the third of March, eighteen hundred and E;;,,,, j,,°Q;“:° forty-tive, two thousand three hundred and ninety-four dollars and ninety-seven cents. For defraying the expenses of the Supreme, Circuit, and District Erpenses of Courts of the United States, including the District of Columbia; also g;° g‘{“';g *:,9 for jurors and witnesses, in aid of funds arising from fines, penalties, j,,},,,,,'.,,;;,,,,,,,,,,, and forfeitures; and likewise for defraying the expenses of suits in &¤· which the United States are concerned, and for prosecutions for offences committed against the United States, and for the safe-keeping of prisoners, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. For expenses incurred, and to be incurred, for the support, clothing, Insnnepaupern and medical treatment, of the insane paupers of the District of gU;‘;£;'*“°'·°‘ Columbia, one thousand three hundred and twenty-five dollars and ` seventy-nine cents. For reimbursement of the Philadelphia board of underwriters, for expenses paid and to be paid by them in maintaining the light· on the USM °*grg£· Delaware Breakwater from the first of July, eighteen hundred and :,:2;: ` forty-four, to the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and forty-six, one thousand six hundred dollars. For outfits of clmrgés des afaires to Texas, Austria, Peru, and Outfits cfcbar- Venezuela, five hundred dollars; and that the proper accounting gé'd““·0-'“’“‘ officers of the treasury are hereby authorized and directed to allow to William H. Stiles, charge Jafaires to Austria, his salary from the tenth day of May to the thirtieth day of June, eighteen hundred and forty- five, and to pay the same out of any unexpended balance of the appropriations for salaries of the charges des of aires of the United States. For outfits of the late charges des afaires to Peru and Venezuela, and charges des afaires to Naples, Holland, New Grenada, Sweden, Portugal, Denmark, Belgium, Sardinia, Chili, and Buenos Ayres, fifty-four thousand dollars. _ 605;; contingent expenses of all the missions abroad, thirty thousand