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INTERIOR DEPARTMENT.

Interior De

partment. Rent of Office for Surveyors- General : For rent of surveyor-general's Offices for office in Oregon, fuel, books, stationery, and other incidental expenses, in Oregon

surveyor-general including pay of messenger, one thousand dollars. For rent of surveyor-general's office of California and Arizona, fuel,

California and

Arizona; books, stationery, and other incidental expenses, including pay of messenger, two thousand dollars. For office rent for the surveyor-general of Washington Territory, fuel, Washington

Territory; books, stationery, and other incidental expenses, one thousand dollars.

For office rent of the surveyor-general of Kansas, fuel, books, stationery, Kansas; and other incidental expenses, one thousand dollars.

For office rent of the surveyor-general of Iowa and Nebraska, fuel, Iowa and Nebooks, stationery, and other incidental expenses, one thousand five hun

braska; dred dollars.

For rent of surveyor-general's office in the Territory of Dakota, fuel, Dakota ; books, stationery, and other incidental expenses, one thousand dollars.

For rent of office for the surveyor-general of Colorado and Utah Ter- Colorado and ritories, fuel, books, stationery, and other incidental expenses, one thousand dollars. For rent of office of the surveyor-general of Idaho, fuel, books, sta

Idaho; tionery, and other incidental expenses, one thousand dollars.

For rent of office for the surveyor-general of Nevada, fuel, books, sta- Nevada; tionery, and other incidental expenses, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For rent of office of surveyor-general of Montana, fuel, books, station- Montana. ery, and other incidental expenses, one thousand dollars.

Mining. — For collecting statistics of mines and mining, twenty-five Statistics of hundred dollars, to be expended under the direction of the commissioner mines, &c.

See post, of the general land office.

pp. 306, 349. For expenses of receiving, arranging, and taking care of copyright Receiving, &c. books, charts, and other copyright matter, one thousand eight hundred copyright books,

& dollars, to be paid out of the patent-office fund.

Public Works under the Supervision of the Architect of the Capitol Ex- Public works, tension. — For repairing and finishing the capitol extension, one hundred supervised by thousand dollars : Provided, That no improvements, alterations, or repairs itol extension. of the capitol building shall be made except by direction and under the Capitol exten

sion. supervision of the architect of the capitol extension.

Proviso. For the repairing and finishing the work on the new dome of the Capi. Dome of capitol, five thousand dollars.

tol. For painting the exterior of the eastern portion of the City Hall in

City Hall. Washington, fourteen hundred dollars.

For resetting steps, calking cornice, and painting, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For repairing rough-casting and other plastering, one hundred dollars.
For repairs to tin roof and rain-spouts, two hundred dollars.
For sundry brick and carpenter's work, three hundred and fifty dollars.

For renovating and ventilating court-room, four hundred dollars : Pro- Court-room. vided, That the corporate authorities of the city of Washington appropri- Proviso. ate and expend a like sum for painting and repairs of the western portion of said building. For the annual repairs, such as painting, glazing, keeping roofs in or

Annual reder, also water pipes, pavements, and approaches to public buildings, fif- pairs. teen thousand dollars.

For continuing the work on the north front of the patent-office build- Patent-office ing, and for improving G Street from Seventh to Ninth Streets, ten thou- building and G sand dollars. Smithsonian Institution. — For the preservation of the collections of

Smithsonian

Institution. the exploring and surveying expeditions of the government, four thousand dollars.

street.

Metropolitan Metropolitan Police. — For salaries and other necessary expenses of police.

Cities of the metropolitan police for the District of Columbia, two hundred and Washington and eleven thousand and fifty dollars: Provided, That a further sum, amountGeorgetown and

ing to one hundred and five thousand five hundred and twenty-five dolWashington County to pay lars, shall be paid to the said metropolitan police force by the cities of certain sum, and Washington and Georgetown, and the county of Washington, (beyond the in what propor- limits of said cities,) in the District of Columbia, in the proportion cor

responding to the number of patrolmen allotted severally to said preSpecial tax cincts; and the corporate authorities of said cities and the levy court of therefor.

said county are hereby authorized and required to levy a special tax, not exceeding one third of one per centum, to be appropriated and expended for said purpose only, for the service of the fiscal year ending June thirtieth,

eighteen hundred and sixty-nine. Expenses of collecting rev

Expenses of the Collection of Revenue from Sales of Public Lands. enue from sales For salaries and commissions of registers and receivers of public moneys of public lands; at sixty-six land offices, two hundred and forty-four thousand eight bun

Registers and receivers.

dred dollars. Incidental ex- For incidental expenses of the land offices, fifteen thousand five hunpenses.

dred dollars. Surveying Surveying the Public Lands. — For surveying the public lands in Minpublic lands in Minnesota;

nesota, at rates not exceeding ten dollars per lineal mile for standard lines, seven dollars for township, and six dollars for section lines, twenty

thousand dollars. in Dakota; For surveying the public lands in Dakota Territory, including the

lands along the Red River of the North, at rates not exceeding ten dollars per lineal mile for standard lines, seven dollars for township, and six

dollars for section lines, twenty thousand dollars. in Nebraska; For surveying the public lands in Nebraska, at rates not exceeding ten

dollars per lineal mile for standard lines, six dollars for township, and five

dollars for section lines, forty thousand dollars. in Kansas; For surveying the public lands in Kansas, at rates not exceeding ten

dollars per lineal mile for standard lines, six dollars for township, and

five dollars for section lines, forty thousand dollars. in Idaho; For surveying the public lands in Idaho, at rates not exceeding fifteen

dollars per mile for standard lines, twelve dollars for township, and ten

for section lines, fifteen thousand dollars. in Colorado;

For surveying the public lands in Colorado, at rates not exceeding fifteen dollars per lineal mile for standard lines, twelve dollars for township,

and ten dollars for section lines, forty thousand dollars. boundary line between Colo

For surveying the boundary line hetw.en the State of Nebraska and rado and Ne- Territory of Colorado, and that portion of the western boundary of the braska; State of Nebraska embraced between the forty-first and forty-third degrees

of latitude, estimated three hundred and twenty miles, at not exceeding fifteen dollars per mile, four thousand eight hundred dollars; to be ex

pended under the direction of the commissioner of the general land office. in Nevada;

For surveying the public lands in Nevada, at rates not exceeding fifteen dollars per lineal mile for standard lines, twelve dollars for township,

and ten dollars for section lines, fifty thousand dollars. in Arizona;

For surveying the public lands in Arizona, at rates not exceeding fif teen dollars per lineal mile for standard lines, twelve dollars for township,

and iei dollars for section lines, five thousand dollars. in California;

j' or surveying the public lands in California, at rates not exceeding fifteen dollars per lineal mile for standard lines, twelve dollars for town

ship, and ten dollars for section lines, fifty thousand dollars. in Oregon; For surveying the public lands in Oregon, at rates not exceeding

fifteen dollars per lineal mile for standard lines, twelve dollars for townProviso.

ship, and ten dollars for section lines, forty thousand dollars : Provided, That out of this appropriation the commissioner of the general land office may pay a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars for surveys of last year. For surveying the public lands in Washington Territory, at rates not Surveying exceeding fifteen dollars per lineal mile for standard lines, twelve dollars public lands in for township, and ten dollars for section lines, fifteen thousand dollars. Territory;

For surveying the public lands in New Mexico, at rates not exceeding in New Mexico, fifteen dollars per lineal mile for standard lines, twelve dollars for township, and ten dollars for section lines, five thousand dollars.

For surveying the public lands in Montana Territory, at rates not ex- in Montana; ceeding fifteen dollars per lineal mile for standard lines, twelve dollars for township, and ten dollars for section lines, twenty thousand dollars.

For surveying the public lands in Utah Territory, at rates not exceed- in Utah; ing fifteen dollars per mile for standard lines, twelve dollars for township, and ten dollars for section lines, twenty thousand dollars.

For surveying public lands in the State of Florida, ten thousand dollars. in Florida; For surveying the eastern boundary of Nevada, estimated four hundred Eastern boun

dary of Nevada. and twenty-five miles, at not exceeding twenty-five dollars per mile, ten thousand six hundred and twenty-five dollars, to be expended under the direction of the commissioner of the general land office.

Public Buildings and Grounds. - For repairs and improvements of Repairs, &c. public buildings and grounds heretofore under the direction of the com

of public build

ings and missioner of public buildings, to wit:

grounds. For casual repairs of the navy yard and upper bridges, three thousand dollars.

and bridges. For repairs and taking care of the bridge at or near the Little Falls of the Potomac River, twenty-six thousand dollars.

For repairs of the Long Bridge across the Potomac River, fifteen thousand dollars. For fuel for the President's House, five thousand dollars.

President's

house and For improvement and care of reservation number two and Lafayette

grounds, public Square, two thousand dollars.

squares, reserva For care and improvement of grounds south of the President's House, tions, &c. one thousand dollars.

For extra labor in removing snow and ice from the pavements and public walks, five hundred dollars.

For repair of water-pipes, one thousand dollars.

For manure for the public grounds and reservations, and cartage of the same, two thousand dollars.

For care of reservations on New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, and Maryland avenues, three thousand dollars.

For painting iron fences around the public squares and reservations, three thousand dollars.

For annual repairs of the President's House, five thousand dollars.
For flower-pots, glasses, twine, and so forth, one thousand dollars.

For fuel at the centre building of the capitol, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For care of the circle, one thousand dollars.

For laying pavement through the mall along Sixth Street south, opened by act of Congress approved March second, eighteen hundred and sixtyseven, two thousand dollars.

For additional repairs of conservatory at the President's House, and Conservatory. for supplying the same with a suitable collection of plants to replace those destroyed by fire, five thousand dollars.

For completing the culvert through the botanic garden, thirteen thousand dollars.

For the further improvement of Lincoln Square, eight thousand dollars. For hire of carts on the public grounds, three thousand dollars.

Carts and For purchase and repairs of tools used in the public grounds, one thousand dollars. For purchase of trees and tree-boxes, to replace, when necessary, such

Trees and tree-boxes.

tools.

as have been planted by the United States, to whitewash tree-boxes and fences, and to repair pavements in front of the public grounds, three

thousand dollars. Lighting capi- For lighting the capitol and President's House and public grounds tol, &c.

around them and around the executive offices, thirty thousand dollars.

For pay of lamp-lighters, gas fitting, plumbing, lamp-posts, lanterns, glass, paints, matches, materials and repairs of all sorts, five thousand dollars.

For improvement of capitol grounds, two thousand dollars. Water pipes. For continuing the United States twenty-inch water main from its

present terminus in north B Street on the east side of Delaware Avenue to the United States twelve-inch main on First Street east, ten thousand

dollars. Stationery, &c. For purchase of stationery, books, maps, plans, office furniture and con

tingents of the office, three thousand dollars. Office of regis- To enable the Secretary of the Interior to pay for fitting necessary try of deeds of shelving, and for record books furnished or ordered for the office of regis

Columbia. ter of deeds of the District of Columbia, during the period when Edward

C. Eddie was such register, five hundred and fifty dollars. William H. To pay William H. West for services rendered in taking care of and West

, for care of keeping safely the bonds held in trust by the Secretary of the Treasury Smithsonian Io- for the benefit of the Smithsonian Institution, from March first, eighteen stitution. hundred and fifty, to July first, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, two

thousand five hundred dollars, to be paid out of the Smithsonian fund. Alphabetical To enable the secretary of the Senate to complete the alphabetical list list of private claims.

of private claims to the end of the second session of the Thirty-ninth Congress, and to pay outstanding claims for services rendered in the preparation of said work under a resolution of the Senate of March

sixteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, two thousand dollars. Expenses of That the sum of fifteen thousand dollars, or as much thereof as may joint committee be necessary, be, and the same is hereby, appropriated, out of any money

in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to defray the expenses of the joint committee on ordnance, and that the same shall be drawn from the treasury, upon the order of the secretary of the Senate, as it shall be required; and any portion of the amount hereby appropriated that shall be allowed by the said joint committee to witnesses attending before it, or other persons employed in its service, for per diem travelling or other necessary expenses, and paid by the secretary of the Senate, in pursuance of the orders of said joint committee, shall be accordingly credited

and allowed by the accounting officers of the Treasury Department. Mrs. Sarah F.

To enable the joint committee on the library to pay Mrs. Sarah F. Ames, for bust of President Lin- Ames an additional compensation for her marble bust of President Lincoln.

coln, five hundred dollars. Impeachment For expenses of the trial of the impeachment of Andrew Johnson, trial.

President of the United States, six thousand dollars, or so much thereof

as may be necessary, to be paid into the contingent fund of the Senate. Purchase of For the purchasing of suitable sites for the erection of additional sites for school- school-houses, and for the maintenance of schools in the county of Washmaintenance of ington, outside of the limits of the cities of Washington and Georgetown, schools in the the same to be expended under the direction of the levy court of the County of Washington;

county of Washington, subject to the approval of the Secretary of the how to be ex. Interior, ten thousand dollars. pended.

Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That there be, and is hereby, approSurvey of priated, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, the lunds in Osage sum of nine thousand two hundred and sixty-three dollars and eighty-five lodian reservation.

cents, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to pay balance due for the survey of lands embraced in the Osage Indian reservation, in the State of Kansas, under contract dated August fourteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, the said sum to be returned to the treasury out of the proceeds of the sale of said lands, as provided by treaties with said Indians.

Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That the sum of seven thousand Appropriation seven hundred and seventy-five dollars, or so much thereof as may be for survey of necessary, is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the treasury not tions in Utah otherwise appropriated, to pay for the balance due for surveying several Territory; Indian reservations in Utah Territory; the survey of which was provided Vol. xiii. p. 68. for by act of Congress approved May fifth, eighteen hundred and sixtyfour.

Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That the sum of thirty-nine thou- of Osage Insand and fourteen dollars and sixty-three cents, or so much thereof as ceded to the may be necessary, is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the treas- United States. ury not beretofore appropriated, to pay for the survey of the Osage In. Vol. xiv. p. 688. dian trust lands ceded to the United States under treaty concluded September twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, upon a contract made with the general land office under date of September eighteen, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, and another contract for another portion of said trust lands, dated May twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and sixtyseven ; which survey is according to the provisions of the second article of treaty concluded with said tribe September twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and sixty-five.

Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That there be, and is hereby, appro- Survey of priated, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, the lands in the sum of three thousand three hundred and sixty-two dollars and three Winnebago Incents to pay the balance due for the survey of the lands embraced in the dian reservation. Omaha and Winnebago Indian reservation in the State of Nebraska,

Vol. xiv. p. 667. under contract dated August fourteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, Vol. xiv. p. 318.

1866, ch. 296. as provided by a treaty with the Omaha Indians and authorized by act of Congress approved July twenty-eight, eighteen hundred and sixtysix.

Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That the commissioner of the Geological exgeneral land office is hereby authorized to continue the extension of the public lands.

plorations of geological explorations as begun in Nebraska under the provisions of the 1867, ch. 168,92. second section of the deficiency act of Congress, approved March two,

Vol. xiv. p. 470. eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, United States Statutes, eighteen hundred and sixty-six and eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, page four hundred and seventy, to other portions of the public lands; and for that purpose the sum of five thousand dollars is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated.

Sec. 7. And be it further enacted, That the commissioner of patents Commissioner be authorized to rent, under the direction of the committees on patents rooms for busi

of patents to rent of the Senate and of the House of Representatives, such rooms as may ness of office. be necessary for the speedy and convenient transaction of the business of the office : Provided, "That all the moneys standing to the credit of the Moneys re“ patent fund,” or in the hands of the commissioner of patents, and all office to be paid moneys hereafter received at the patent office, for any purpose, or from into the treasany source whatever, shall be paid into the treasury as received, without ury without de

duction any deduction whatever ; and the sum of two hundred and fifty thousand

Appropriation dollars is hereby appropriated for salaries and miscellaneous and contin- for salaries, &c. gent expenses of the patent office, and for withdrawals, and for monies (moneys] paid by mistake, to be disbursed under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior. And it shall be the duty of the commissioner

Commissioner of patents to communicate to Congress at the commencement of every statement of

to give detailed December session a full and detailed account of moneys received for moneys received duties on patents and for copies of records and drawings, and all other and expended. moneys received by virtue of said office; and of all moneys expended by him under and by virtue of this provision for said contingent and miscellaneous expenses, and for salaries, and the names of the persons to whom such salaries are paid, and the amount thereof paid to each.

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