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hundred and forty-six, for the collection, safe-keeping, transfer, and dis
bursement of the public revenue, in addition to premium which may be No part for received on transfer drafts, one hundred thousand dollars : Provided, clerical services. That no part of said sum shall be expended for clerical services.
Checks and For checks and certificates of deposit for office of assistant treasurer at certificates of
New York, and other offices, eight thousand dollars. deposit. Governments
GOVERNMENTS IN THE TERRITORIES. in Territories.
Territory of Territory of New Mexico.-For salaries of governor, chief justice and New Mexico;
two a-sociate judges, and secretary, twelve thousand dollars.
For contingent expenses of said Territory, fifteen hundred dollars.
For interpreter and translator in the executive oflice, five hundred dollars. of Utah;
Territory of Utah. For salaries of governor, chief justice, two associate judges, and secretary, twelve thousand dollars.
For contingent expenses of the Territory, fifteen hundred dollars. of Washing- Territory of Washington. — For salaries of governor, chief justice, two
associate judges, and secretary, twelve thousand five hundred dollars.
For contingent expenses of said Territory, fifteen hundred dollars. of Colorado; Territory of Colorado. — For salaries of governor and superintendent
of Indian affairs, chief justice and two associate judges, and secretary, eleven thousand eight hundred dollars.
For contingent expenses of the Territory, one thousand dollars. of Dakota;
Territory of Dakota. For salaries of governor and superintendent of Indian affairs, chief justice and two associate judges, and secretary, twelve thousand dollars.
For contingent expenses of the Territory, one thousand dollars. of Arizona;
Territory of Arizona. For salaries of governor, chief. justice and two associate judges, and secretary, twelve thousand dollars.
For contingent expenses of the Territory, one thousand dollars.
For interpreter and trauslator in the executive office, five hundred
dollars. of Idaho;
Territory of Idaho. — For salaries of governor and superintendent of Indian affairs, chief justice and two associate judges, and secretary, twelve thousand dollars.
For contingent expenses of the Territory, one thousand dollars. of Montana; Territory of Montana. — For compensation of governor and superin
tendent of Indian affairs, chief justice and two associate judges, and secretary, twelve thousand dollars.
For contingent expenses of the Territory, one thousand dollars. of Wyoming Territory of Wyoming. — For salaries of governor and superintendent
of Indian affairs, chief justice, two associate justices, and secretary, twelve thousand three hundred dollars.
For contingent expenses of the Territory, one thousand dollars. Members of For compensation and mileage of the members of the legislative assemlegislative as
bly, officers, clerks, and contingent expenses of the assembly, twenty semblies of all the l'erritories to thousand dollars : Provided, That hereafter the members of both branches be chosen for of the legislative assemblies of the several Territories shall be chosen for two years, and sessions to be
the term of two years, and the sessions of the legislative assemblies shall biennial. be biennial. And each territorial legislature shall, at its first session after Ante, p. 281.
the passage of this act, make provision by law for carrying this act into
JUDICIARY. Par of Attor- Office of the Attorney-General. -- For salaries of the Attorney-General, ney-General, law clerk, and chief clerk, two clerks of class four, two clerks of class assistants, &c.
three, one clerk of class one, and one messenger in his office, twentyfive thousand two hundred dollars.
For salaries of two assistant attorneys-general, at four thousand dollars each, eight thousand dollars.
For salary of one clerk, two thousand dollars.
For salary of two clerks of class four, three thousand six hundred dollars.
Contingent expenses of the office of the Attorney-General, namely: Contingent
For fuel, labor, furniture, stationery, and miscellaneous items, ten expenses. thousand dollars. For purchase of law and necessary bouks for the office of the Attorney, Law, &c.
books. General, one thousand dollars.
Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States. — For salaries of Justices of the the chief justice and six associate justices, forty-two thousand five hun. of the United
Supreme Court dred dollars.
States. For one associate justice, six thousand dollars.
For travelling expenses of the judge assigned to the tenth circuit for Pay of judges; attending session of the Supreme Court of the United States, one thousand dollars.
of district For salaries of the district judges of the United States, one hundred
judges; and sixty-five thousand dollars. For salaries of the chief justice of the supreme court of the District of of judges of
the courts in the Columbia, the associate judges, and judge of the orphans' court, nineteen District of Cothousand dollars.
lumbia. For salary of the reporter of the decisions of the Supreme Court of the Reporter. United States, two thousand five hundred dollars. For compensation of the district attorneys, twelve thousand five hun District attor
neys. dred dollars.
District marFor compensation of the district marshals, fourteen thousand eight
shals. hundred dollars. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the heads of the several execu
Heads of ex
ecutive departe tive departments be, and they are hereby, directed to report at the opening ments to report at of the session of Congress beginning on the first Monday of December next December next, the number of desks in their several departments, the number of session of Conclerks in their several departments, the number employed therein during desk®, clerks, the preceding fiscal year, when employed and when discharged, and the discharges, coinamount of compensation received by each, and what reduction, if any, can pensation, &c. be made in the number of clerks in each grade.
APPROVED, March 3, 1869.
CHAP. CXXII. - An Act making Appropriations for sundry Civil Expenses of the March 3, 1869.
Government for the Yeur ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy, and for Vol. xvi. p. 61. other Purposes.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and the same are hereby, appropriated, for the objects hereinafter expressed, appropriation. for the fiscal year ending the thirtieth June, eighteen hundred and seventy, viz: Loans and Treasury Notes. — For necessary expenses in carrying into
loans and treasueffect the several acts of Congress authorizing loans and the issue of treasury notes, one million two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
Miscellaneous. — For carrying out the provisions of the act of the thir Miscellaneous. tieth of August, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, for the better protection of the lives of passengers on vessels propelled in whole or in part by Supervising steam, and of the acts amendatory thereof, the following sums, to wit: anectors loinFor the salaries of the supervising and local inspectors, seventy-six thou- steamboats. sand eight hundred dollars ; for the travelling expenses of the supervising 1862, ch, 106.
Vol. x. p. 61. inspectors, ten thousand dollars ; for the travelling expenses of the local inspectors, fifteen thousand dollars : Provided, That whenever the public Allowance to
local inspectors interest requires it, any local inspector may be allowed for travel in any for travel. one year a sum not exceeding seven hundred dollars. For the salary and travelling expenses of a special agent of the department, three thou Special agent. band six hundred dollars ; for the expenses of the meeting of the board
Annual meet- of supervising inspectors, including travel and necessary incidental exinz of supervising inspectors.
penses, printing of manual and report, four thousand dollars ; for staFurniture, re- tionery, for furniture of offices and repair thereof, for repair and transpair, &c. of in- portation of instruments, and for fuel and lights, fifteen thousand dollars.
Detection of For expenses in detecting and bringing to trial and punishment persons counterfeiting engaged in counterfeiting treasury notes, bonds, and other securities of and frauds.
the United States, as well as the coins of the United States, and other
frauds upon the government, one hundred thousand dollars. Collection of To meet expenses to be incurred in the prosecution and collection of claims due the United States.
claims due the United States, fifteen thousand dollars, to be disbursed
under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury. Telegraph between Atlantic For facilitating communication between the Atlantic and Pacific and Pacific States by electrical telegraph, forty thousand dollars. States.
For supplying deficiency in the fund for the relief of sick and disabled Sick and disable l seamen.
seamon, one hundred thousand dollars. Construction For the construction of four steam revenue-cutters, viz: one for of four stearn
Alaska; one for Columbia river, Oregon ; one for Mobile, Alabama;
and one for Charleston, South Carolina, three hundred thousand dollars: Proviso. Provided, That said cutters shall not cost more than the sum hereby
appropriated. Survey of site
To defray the expense of a preliminary survey of the site for the profor navy yard at League Island.“ posed navy yard at League Island, five thousand dollars.
Bridge over For the completion of a bridge over the Dakota river, and to locate Dakota river and and survey the road from said bridge to the Vermillion bridge, one survey of road.
thousand dollars. Late bureru of free men and
In connection with the late bureau of freedmen and refugees : refugees.
For Washington asylum and hospital, Washington, District of ColumAzymuins and bia, twenty-five thousand dollars ; for Richmond asylum and hospital, hospitals;
Richmond, Virginia, fifteen thousand dollars ; Vicksburg asylum and
hospital, Vicksburg, Mississippi, ten thousand dollars, for the present to be closed fiscal year: Provided, That on and after the close of the present fiscal after present
year the said asylums and hospitals shall be discontinued. Bunty, prize- For collection and payment of bounty, prize-money, and other legitimoney, &c. of
mate claims of colored soldiers and sailors for the fiscal year ending June colored soldiers and siilors. thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy, and for salaries of agents and
clerks, one hundred and forty-five thousand dollars ; Office rent, For rent of offices, fuel and light, twenty-five thousand dollars ; furniture, stationery, mileage,
For office furniture, three thousand dollars ; &c. telegraphing, For stationery and printing, twenty thousand dollars ; and postage. For mileage and transportation of officers and agents, eighteen thou
sand dollars ;
For telegraphing and postage, three thousand dollars ; being, in all, two
hundred and fourteen thousand dollars. Pay of acting For compensation of the acting chargé d'affaires ad interim at Venchargé d'affaires at Venezuela. ezuela, at the rate of four thousand five hundred dollars per annum from
the first day of June last until such time as a minister shall be appointed
and shall take chvrge of the legation, such sum as may be necessary. Coast survey. Survey of the Coast. — For the survey of the Atlantic and Gulf coasts Atlantic and Gulf coasts.
of the United States, including compensation of civilians engaged in the work, and excluding pay and emoluments of officers of the army and navy, and petty officers and men of the navy employed in the work, two
hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars. Pacific coast. For continuing the survey of the Pacific coast of the United States,
including compensation of civilians engaged in the work, one hundred
and seventy-fire thousand dollars. Publishing ob- For publishing the observations made in the progress of the coast servations.
survey of the United States, including compensation of civilians employed in the work, two thou-and dollars, the publication to be made at the gorerureni priuting office.
Limit to amount.
For pay and rations of engineers for steamers used in the hydrography Engineers for of the coast survey, no longer supplied by the Navy Department, per act the coast survey. of June twelfth, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, five thousand dollars. 1858, ch. 154. For repairs and maintenance of the complement of vessels used in the Vol. xi, p. 320.
Vessels. coast survey, thirty thousand dollars.
Northern and Northwestern Lakes. For the survey of northern and Northern and northwestern lakes, one hundred thousand dollars : Provided, That any lakes.
northwestern surplus charts of the northwestern lakes may be sold to navigators upon Surplus charts such terms as the Secretary of War may prescribe.
may be sold.
Survey, &c. To procure a survey and report and for repairing wharf at the site for at site for navy the navy yard on the river Thames, near New London, Connecticut, yard on the river
Thames. deeded to the United States for naval purposes, ten thousand dollars ; but no further amount shall be contracted to be paid for this purpose. Lighthouse Establishment. — For the Atlantic, Gulf, Lake, and Pacific Lighthouse
establishment. coasts, viz :
Atlantic, Gulf, For supplying the lighthouses and beacon-lights with oil, wicks, glass Lake, and Pacifchimneys, chamois skins, whiting, spirits of wine, polishing powder, clean- ic coasts ing towels, brushes, and other necessary expenses of the same, and repair ing and keeping in repair the lighting apparatus, two hundred and fifty one thousand seren hundred and seventeen dollars.
For the necessary repairs and incidental expenses, improving and Repairs and refitting lighthouses and buildings connected therewith, two hundred
penses. and twenty-five thousand dollars.
For salaries of five hundred and eighty-nine keepers of lighthouses Keepers of and lighted beacons, and their assistants, four hundred and fifty-six cons, and lightthousand dollars.
For seamen's wages, repairs, supplies, and incidental expenses of Seamen's twenty-four light-vessels, two hundred and thirty-iwo thousand two hun- wages, &c. dred and ninety dollars.
For expenses of raising, cleaning, painting, repairing, removing, [re- Bencons and mooring,] and supplying losses of beacons and buoys, and for chains and buoys. sinkers for the same, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
For repairs and incidental expenses of refitting and improving fog- Fog-signals. signals and buildings connected therewith, thirty thousand dollars.
For expenses of visiting and inspecting lights and other aids to navi Inspection of gation, two thousand dollars.
Lighthouse For a lighthouse on Half-way Rock, Casco Bay, Maine, fifty thousand on Hilll-way dollars. For rebuilding Plum Island light-station, in addition to former appro
light. priations, eleven thousand dollars. For repairs and renovations at Throg's Neck, highlands at Neversink, Throg's Neck,
&c. Sandy Hook, Conover beacon, and Fort Tompkins light-station at New Jersey, thirteen thousand four hundred dollars.
Stake-lights in For stake-lights in the Hudson river, two thousand dollars.
Hudson river For stake-lights in Whitehall narrows, Lake Champlain, New York, and Whitehall five thousand dollars. For rebuilding Stratford River beacon, Connecticut, eight thousand
River beacon. dollars. For building a wharf and shed for landing and storage of buoys at Black Rock
Wharf, &c. at Black Rock light-station, Connecticut, eight thousand dollars.
light-station. For repairing and coping the brick wall on the north side of, and filling
lighthouse in and grading grounds at the Staten Island lighthouse depot, twelve depot. thousand five hundred dollars. For rebuilding a first-class lighthouse at Cape Hatteras, North Caro
Cape Hatteras. lina, in addition to former appropriations, forty thousand dollars.
Ten-day beaFor replacing the ten-day beacons formerly marking the Florida reefs,
cons on Florida
reefs. fifty thousand dollars.
Cat Island For rebuilding Cat Island light-station, fifteen thousand dollars. light-station. For repairs and renovations at Proctorville beacon and Pas à l'Outre
and Pas à light-station, five thousand five hundred dollars.
at the "
Lighthouse at For a lighthouse at Point aux Herbes, Louisiana, to take the place
of Bon Fonca light-station, destroyed by the rebels, and now re-estab
lished, eight thousand dollars. at Timbalier; For a new lighthouse at Timbalier, to replace the one destroyed by a
hurricane on the twenty-ninth and thirtieth March, eighteen hundred and
sixty-seven, fifty thousand dollars. at Shell Keys. For a new lighthouse at Shell Keys, to replace the one destroyed in
the hurricane of the fifth and sixth of October, eighteen hundred and
sixty-seven, sixty thousand dollars. Light-station For rebuilding a light-station at the "Swash,” Texas, six thousand
dollars. Steam tender For a steam tender for lighthouse and buoy service in the Gulf of for service in the Mexico, fifty thousand dollars. Gulf. Grand River.
For rebuilding Grand River light-station, Lake Erie, thirty thousand
dollars. Lighthouse at Cleveland.
For a lighthouse and pier of protection at Cleveland, Ohio, forty-five
thousand dollars. Genesee.
For repairs and improvements at Genesee light-station, Lake Ontario,
thirteen thousand dollars. Grassy Island
For repairs and renovations at Grassy Island and Monroe light-stations, and Monroe.
three thousand three hundred dollars. Presque Isle.
For range lights to mark the channel into Presque Isle harbor, Lake
Huron, seven thousand five hundred dollars. Spectacle reef. For the construction of a lighthouse on Spectacle reef, Lake Huron,
one hundred thousand dollars. South Manitou
For repairs and renovations at South Manitou and Point Betsey lightand PointBetsey.
stations, Lake Michigan, four thou-and dollars. Muskegon. For rebuilding the keeper's dwelling at Muskegon light-station, Lake
Michigan, in addition to former appropriations, six thousand dollars. St. Joseph's, For repairs and renovations at St. Joseph's, Michigan City, Raspberry lichigan City, &c.
Island, Minnesota Point, and other light-stations, five thousand six hun
dred dollars. Bayley's Har
For repairs and renovations at Bayley's Harbor light-station, subject bor.
1867, ch. 167. to provisions of act of Congress, March two, eighteen hundred and sixtyVol. xiv. p. 459. siven, in addition to former appropriations, fifteen thousand dollars. Portage River. For rebuilding Portage River lighthouse, Lake Superior, twelve
thousand dollars. Eagle River.
For rebuilding Eagle River lighthouse, Lake Superior, fourteen thou
sand dollars. Experiments with new illumi
For enabling the lighthouse board to experiment with new illuminating apparatus nating apparatus and fog-signals, in addition to former appropriations, and fog siguals. four thousand dollars. Light-ships. For two first-class light-ships, for relief vessels for outside stations, one
hundred thousand dollars. Life-saving stations on Long
For compensation of two superintendents of the life-saving stations Island and New upon the coast of Long Island and New Jersey, three thousand dollars. Jersey.
For compensation of fifty-four keepers of stations, at two hundred Keepers of stations.
dollars each, ten thousand eight hundred dollars. Contingencies. For contingencies of life-saving stations on the coast of the United Secretary of
States, ten thousand dollars: Provided, That the Secretary of the TreaTrensury, after potice, may sell
, sury shall have power, after a week’s notice to the public, to sell and
convey any real e-tate no longer used for lighthouse purposes, the avails not needed for lighthouse pur
of such sale to be paid into the national treasury.
For life-boat station on Narragansett Beach, Rhode Island, to be Narragansett expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, five Beach.
thousand dollars. Revenue-cut Revenue-Cutter Service. — For pay of officers and pilots, four hundred ter service.
and eight thousand six hundred dollars.
For rations for officers and pilots, twenty-eight thousand four hundred and seventy-nine dollars.
&c. real estate