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5. Statement of the Expenditures of the United States, exclusive of payments

on account of the Public Debt, and from Trust Funds, fractions excluded.

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1789-91 $1,083,401 $835,618

$570 1,919,589 1792 654,257 1,223,594

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1,877,904 $3,797,493 1793 472,450 1,237,620

1,710,070 1794

705,598 2,733,540 61,409 3,500,547 1795 1,367,037 2,573,059 410,562 4,350,658 1796

772,485 1,474,661 274,784 2,521,930 12,083,205 1797 1,246,904 1,194,055

382,632 2,823,591 1798 1,111,033 2,130,837 1,381,348 4,623,223 1799 1,039,392 2,582,693 2,858,082 6,490,167 1800 1,337,613 2,625,041 3,448,716 7,411,370 21,338,351 1801 1,114,768 1,755,477 2,111,424 4,981,669 1802 1,462,929 1,358,589 915,562 3,737,080 1803 1,842,636 944,958 1,215,231 4,002,825 1804 2,191,009 1,072,017 1,189,833 4,452,859 17,174,433 1805 3,768,588 991,136 1,597,500 6,357,224 1806 2,891,037 1,540,431 1,649,641 6,081,109 1807 1,697,897 1,564,611 1,722,064 4,984,572 1808 1,423,286 3,196,985 1,884,068 6,504,339 23,927,244 1809 1,215,804 3,771,109 2,427,759 7,414,672 1810 1,101,145 2,555,693 1,654,244 5,311,082 1811 1,367,291 2,259,747 1,965,566 5,592,604 1812 1,683,088

12,187,046 3,959,365 17,829,499 36,147,857 1813

1,729,435 19,906,362 6,446,600 28,082,397 1814 2,208,029 20,608,366 7,311,291 30,127,686 1815

2,898,871 15,394,700 8,660,000 26,953,571 1816

2,989,742 16,475,412 3,908,278 23,373,432 108,537,086 1817 3,518,937 8,621,075 3,314,598 15,454,610 1818 3,835,839 7,019,140 2,953,695 13,808,674 1819 3,057,212 9,385,421

3,847,640 16,300,273 1820 2,592,022 6,154,518 4,387,990 13,134,530 58,698,087 1821 2,223,122 5,181,114 3,319,243 10,723,479 1822 1,967,996 5,635,187 2,224,459 9,827,642 1823 2,022,094 5,258,295 2,503,766 9,784,155 1824

7,155,308 5,270,255 2,904,582 15,330,145 45,665,421

2,748,544 5,692,831 3,049,084 11,490,459 1826

2,600,178 6,243,236 4,218,902 13,062,316 1927 2,314,777 5,675,742

4,263,878 12,254,397 1828

2,886,052 5,701,203 3,918,786 12,506,041 49,313,213 1829 3,092,214 6,250,530 3,308,745 12,651,489 1930 3,228,416 6,752,689 3,239,429 13,220,534 1831

3,064,346 6,943,239 3,856,183 13,863,768 1832

4,574,841 7,982,877 3,956,370 16,514,088 56,249,879 1833 5,051,789 13,096,152 3,901,357 22,049,298 1834

4,399,779 10,064,428 3,956,260 18,420,467 1835

3,720,167 9,420,313 3,864,939 17,005,419 1836

5,388,371 18,466,110 5,800,763 29,655,244 87,130,428 1837 5,524,253 19,417,274 6,852,060 31,793,587 1838

5,666,703 19,936,312 5,975,771 31,578,785 1839

4,994,562 14,268,981 6,225,003 25,488,547 1840

5,581,878 11,621,438 6,124,456 23,327,772 112,188,691 1841* 943,527 2,122,061

724,262

3,819,850
18421 6,215,946 13,903,8986,246,503

26,366,347
18431
6,865,452

8,248,918 7,963,678 23,078,047 53,264,244 * From January 1, to March 3, 1841. † From March 4, 1841, to March 4, 1842.

From March 4, 1842, to March 4, 1843.

XI. TITLES AND ABSTRACTS OF THE PUBLIC LAWS,

PASSED AT THE FIRST SESSION OF THE 28TH CONGRESS.

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Abstract of the Appropriation Bills. Civil and Diplomatic Expenses. For the year ending June 30, 1845. Congress — pay of members,

$351,600 00 do. incidental expenses,

172,610 50 President of the United States,

25,000 00 Repairs of Capitol, President's House, &c.,

19,097 25 Department of State,

48,200 00 Treasury Department - pay of officers,

317,400 00 do. do. incidental expenses,

45,980 00 War Department -- pay of officers,

98,200 00 do. do. incidental expenses,

23,705 00 Navy department,

75,251 50 Patent Office,

4,300 00 Post-Office Department,

172,270 00 Surveyors and their clerks,

69,020 00 United States Mint and Branches,

134,020 00 Governments of the Territories,

88,847- 25 Judiciary,

531,419 67 Miscellaneous,

288,524 33 Light-House Establishment,

397,159 89 Surveys of Public Lands,

206,510 00 U. S. Bank for Custom House at Philadelphia,

225,000 00 Intercourse with Foreign Nations,

358,275 74 For offices created by act of Aug. 26, 1842,

50,882 50 Deficiencies in appropriations for year ending June 30, 1844, 211,270 82

$3,914,544 45 Army Appropriation Bill,

3,372,213 10 Navy Appropriation Bill,

5,712,914 33 Indian Department and Indian Treaties,

971,330 11 Pensions, Acts Nos. 12 and 35,

1,048,050 00 Post-Office Department,

4,530,000 00 Military Academy,

116,845 50 Deficiency in former appropriation for seamen,

40,500 00 Improvement of certain harbors and rivers,

655,000 00 Building and repairing fortifications,

537,745 00 Missouri horses lost in the Florida war,

34,500 00 Sales of condemned naval stores for naval service,

116,922 79 Repairing the Court House in Alexandria,

550 00 Navy Yard and Depot at Memphis in Tennessee,

100,000 00 To test the submarine telescope, and mark the boundary of Mo., 6,000 00 Improvements on west shore of Lake Mich., (Nos. 37, 38,) $25,000 00 Deficiency in Naval appropriations for 1844,

532,000 62 Improvements in Iowa and Florida, and Hospital at Key West, (Nos. 43, 44, 45,)

64,500 00 Insane persons in the District of Columbia,

4,000 00 Private Bills, in which sums are specified,

55,657 36 Total,

$21,838,273 26 No. 1. An Act to supply a deficiency in the appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1844, for the relief and protection of American Seamen. See abstract on page 144. Jan. 22, 1844.

No. 2. An Act to authorize the President of the United States to direct transfers of appropriations in the Naval service, under certain circumstances. From unexpended appropriations for the naval service, $200,000 may be transferred to the appropriation for the increase, repairs, armament, &c., of the navy; provided, that balances be not taken from the appropriations for navy yards, nor any transfer be made which will afterwards require another appropriation to supply the deficiency. Feb. 23, 1844.

No. 3. An Act changing the time of holding the Courts at Clarksburg and at Whecling, in the Western District of Virginia, and the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of Arkansas. See pp. 105, 108. March 4, 1944.

No. 4. An Act to repeal the Act entitled "An Act to amend the Act of March 10, 1838, entitled ' An Act to change the time of holding the Circuit and District Courts in the District of Ohio.See pp. 105, 109. March 4, 1844.

No. 5. An Act to amend the Act entitled An Act to establish branches of the Mint of the United States." The oath required may be taken before the judge of any court of record in the State where the branch is situated. April 2, 1844.

No. 6. An Act directing the disposition of certain unclaimed goods, wares, or merchandise, seized for being illegally imported into the United States. The collector shall make a list in duplicate of goods that are seized, describing them, and shall cause them to be appraised by two sworn appraisers, who shall receive $1.59 a day each. If the value appraised be $100 or less, the collector shall advertise the goods for three weeks, requiring the own. ers to appear and claim them within ninety days. The claimants may give a bond to the United States for $250, with two sureties, providing that, in case of condemnation, they will pay costs and expenses, and the bond shall be given to the District Attorney, who shall proceed thereon. If no claim be made, or no bond given, within the time specified, the col. lector shall give twenty days notice of sale, and at the end of that time shall sell the goods, and deposit the proceeds to the credit of the Treas. ury. Within one year after the sale, the claimant may apply for a remission of forfeiture, if he can show that he was in such circumstances as not to know of the seizure, and that the forfeiture was made without negligence on his part; and the Secretary of the Treasury, upon satisfactory proof, may grant this application, and restore the proceeds of the sale. If no such application be made within a year, the proceeds shall be distributed according to law. April 2, 1844.

No. 7. An Act requiring one of the Judges of the Circuit Court for the District of Columbia, hereafter to reside in Alexandria. When a vacancy shall occur in this Court, the Judge to be appointed shall reside in Alexandria, and afterwards one shall always reside there. The Judges may exchange residences, if they see fit. April 4, 1844.

No. 8. An Act to repeal so much of the Act approved Aug. 23, 1842, as requires the second regiment of dragoons to be converted into a regiment of riflemen, after March 4, 1843. The riflemen are to be remounted, and called the second regiment of dragoons. April 4, 1844.

No. 9. An Act to change the time of holding the Spring term of the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Virginia, and of the Circuit Court of Alabama. See pp. 105, 108. April 12, 1844.

No. 10. An Act making appropriations for the support of the Military Academy for the fiscal year ending, June 30th, 1845. See abstract on page 144. April 4, 1844.

No. 11. An Act making an appropriation of certain moneys in the Treasury for the naval service. See abstract, (sales of condemned naval stores,) page 144. April 22, 1844.

No. 12. Appropriations for pensions. See abstract on page 144. April 30, 1844.

No. 13. An Act giving the assent of Congress to the holding of an extra session of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Iowa. An extra session may be held in June, 1844, but the expenses of it shall not be paid by the United States. April 30, 1844.

No. 14. An Act for the relief of citizens of towns upon the lands of the United States, under certain circumstances. When any part of the public lands has been settled as a town site, and therefore not subject to entry under the preëmption laws, the corporate authorities thereof, or the county Judges of its county, may enter at the minimum price the land as settled in trust for the benefit of the occupants thereof, the execution of which trust, as to the disposal of the lots, &c., shall be regulated by the legislative authority of the State or Territory wherein it is situated; but the entry must be made before the public sale of the land, and shall include only such land as is actually occupied, and be made according to the act of April 24, 1820, and shall not exceed 320 acres. The authorities of the town of Weston, in the State of Missouri, shall be allowed a year from the passage of this act to enter their lands. May 23, 1844.

No. 15. An Act to authorize the transfer of the names of pensioners from the agencies in the State of Kentucky to the agency in Cincinnati, in the State of Ohio. Such transfers may be made on the application of the pensioners. May 23, 1844.

No. 16. An Act relating to the Port of entry in the District of Passamaquoddy, in the State of Maine. The port constituted under the act of March 3, 1803, shall also be a port of entry for vessels arriving from the Cape of Good Hope, and from places beyond. May 31, 1844.

No. 17. An Act to amend the Judiciary Act passed September 24, 1789. Final judgments in any circuit court in any civil action brought by the United States, for the enforcement of the revenue laws, may be reëxamined in the U. S. Supreme Court, upon writ of error, as in other cases, without regard to the sum in controversy, at the instance of either party. May 31, 1844.

No. 18. Appropriations for fortifications. See abstract on page 144.

No. 19. An Act directing a disposition of the maps and charts of the survey of the coast.

The Secretary of the Treasury may dispose of them at such prices as he shall see fit. Copies of each sheet, not exceeding 300, may be given to such foreign governments, departments of our own governments, and literary and scientific associations, as he shall direct. June 3, 1844.

No. 20. An Act to alter the places of holding the District Court of the United States for the District of New Jersey. See page 108. June 4, 1844.

No. 21. An Act relating to bonds to be given by Custom House Officers. The bonds required must be given before they are qualified to enter on the performance of their duties. June 4, 1844.

No. 22. Appropriations for the improvement of harbors and rivers. See abstract on page 144. June 11, 1844.

No. 23. An Act to amend an Act entitled An Act to reorganize the General Land Office.The office of Solicitor of the Land Office is abolished; the duties formerly required of him shall be performed by the Recorder of the Land Office, or by such other persons as the Land Commissioner shall direct. June 12, 1844.

No. 24. An Act to establish a port of delivery at the city of Lafayette, in the State of Louisiana. The city shall be a port of delivery, and a surveyor shall be appointed there; vessels bound to it shall first make entry at New Orleans, and then may unlade at Lafayette, according to the directions of law and of the Secretary of the Treasury. Vessels about to depart from Lafayette, shall clear out with their cargoes at the customhouse in New Orleans, and depart as from New Orleans. Goods shall be entitled to drawback in the same way as if exported from New Orleans. June 12, 1844.

No. 25. An Act relating to the unlading of foreign merchandise on the right bank of the river Mississippi, opposite New Orleans. Foreign salt may be unladen at any point on the right bank, between the upper and lower limits of the municipalities of New Orleans. June 12, 1844.

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