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eighty-eight dollars ; four messengers, at one thousand seven hundred and twenty-eight dollars each ; two mail boys, at one thousand and eighty dollars each; chaplain of the House, nine hundred dollars ; two stenographers, four thousand three hundred and eighty dollars each; superintendent of folding-room, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars ; superintendent and assistant of the document-room, at five dollars and seventy-six cents per day each ; eleven messengers, five at eighteen hundred dollars, and six at fourteen hundred and forty dollars each; twelve messengers during the session, at the rate of fourteen hundred and forty dollars each per annum ; making, in all, the sum of one hundred and thirty-eight thousand six hundred and sixty-seven dollars: Provided, That of the twelve assistant clerks the two designated as reading clerks Salary of readof the House of Representatives shall receive an annual salary each, ing clerks,

See Vol. xvi. beginning with the present Congress, of twenty-five hundred and ninety- pp. 10, 11. two dollars. For contingent expenses of the House of Representatives, viz:

Contingent For cartage, three thousand eight hundred dollars.

expenses. For clerks to committees, and temporary clerks of the House of Rep- Clerks to comresentatives, thirty-two thousand two hundred and thirty-two dollars.

mittees, &c. For folding documents, including materials, thirty-seven thousand five Folding. hundred dollars.

For fuel and lights, including plumbing, gas-fitting, repairs, and mate Fuel and rials, fifteen thousand dollars.

lights. For horses and carriages for the transportation of mails and for the use

Horses and of messengers, ten thousand dollars.

carriages. For laborers, eight thousand dollars.

Laborers and For miscellaneous items, thirty-five thousand dollars.

miscellaneous. For packing-boxes for members of the House of Representatives, ten

Packingdollars' worth for each member and delegate, twenty-two hundred and sixty dollars.

For newspapers and stationery for two hundred and thirty-three mem Newspapers bers and delegates, at one hundred and twenty-five dollars each per

and stationery. annum, twenty-nine thousand one hundred and twenty-five dollars.

For twenty pages for the floor of the House and three riding pages, at Pages. the rate of two dollars per day while actually employed, eleven thousand two hundred and seventy dollars.

For stationery, ten thousand dollars.

Public Printing. - For compensation of the congressional printer, Public and the clerks and messengers in his office, twelve thousand five hundred printing. and fourteen dollars.

Congressional

printer, clerks, For contingent expenses of his office, viz: For stationery, postage, &c. advertising, furniture, travelling expenses, horses, and wagons, and mis

Contingent

expenses. cellaneous items, fifteen hundred dollars. For the public printing, four hundred thousand dollars.

Printing For paper for the public printing, four hundred thousand dollars. Paper. For the public binding, three hundred thousand dollars : Provided, Binding. That all blank-books and binding shall be made and done at the govern- &c. to be milde ment bindery; and all payments of public money for government print- where. ing or binding not done at the government printing office according to the provisions of the act of July twentieth, eighteen hundred and sixty- ing, &c. not to

ment for printeight, shall not be allowed by the accounting officers of the government : be allowed. Provided further, That no proposition for printing extra copies of public 1867, ch. 177: documents, the expense of which shall exceed the sum of five hundred Extra copies. dollars, shall be considered by either house of Congress until the same shall have been referred to the joint committee on printing, and ordered by concurrent resolution of the two houses.

For lithographing and engraving for the Senate and House of Repre- Lithographing sentatives, eighty-five thousand dollars.

and engraving. Library of Congress. — For compensation of the librarian, two thou

Library of

Congress. sand five hundred and ninety-two dollars.

Pay of li

Certain pay

Botanic gar

brarian, assist

For three assistant librarians, at two thousand one hundred and sixty ants, &c.

dollars each, six thousand four hundred and eighty dollars.

For two assistant librarians, one at one thousand two hundred dollars, and one at nine hundred and sixty dollars, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars.

For one messenger, one thousand seven hundred and twenty-eight dollars.

For three laborers, at eight hundred and sixty-four dollars each, two thousand five hundred and ninety-two dollars.

For three assistant librarians, at fourteen hundred and forty dollars each, four thousand three hundred and twenty dollars.

For contingent expenses of said library, two thousand dollars. Purchase of For purchase of books for said library, eight thousand dollars. books, periodi. cals, and news

For purchase of law books for said library, two thousand dollars. papers.

For purchase of files of periodicals and newspapers, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For botanic garden, grading, draining, procuring manure, tools, fuel, den, greenhouses, &c.

and repairs, and purchasing trees and shrubs, under the direction of the library committee of Congress, five thousand dollars.

For paving the main walk through the grounds of the botanic garden with some uniform and durable material, five thousand dollars.

For pay of superintendent and assistants in botanic garden and greenhouses, under the direction of the library committee of Congress, eleven

thousand two hundred and ninety-six dollars and ninety-eix cents. Exchange of For expenses of exchanging public documents for the publications of public docu

foreign governments, one thousand five hundred dollars. ments.

Public build- Public Buildings and Grounds. — For clerk in the office of public ings and grounds buildings, one thousand two hundred dollars.

For messenger in the same office, eight hundred and forty dollars. Gardener. For compensation to the public gardener, one thousand four hundred

and forty dollars. Laborers, &c. For compensation to the laborer in charge of the water-closets in the

Capitol, seven hundred and twenty dollars.

For compensation of a foreman and twenty-one laborers employed in the public grounds, nineteen thousand two hundred and ninety-six dollars.

For compensation of four laborers in the Capitol, two thousand eight

hundred and eighty dollars. Furnace- For compensation of furnace-keeper under the old hall of the House keeper.

of Representatives, eight hundred and sixty-four dollars.

For compensation of furnace-keeper at the President's house, seven

hundred and twenty dollars. Police and For two policemen at the President's house, two thousand six hundred watchmen.

and forty dollars.

For compensation of two watchmen at the President's house, one

thousand eight hundred dollars. Doorkeeper. For compensation of the doorkeeper at the President's house, one

thousand dollars.

For compensation of assistant doorkeeper at the President's house, six

hundred dollars. Draw-keepers For compensation of two draw-keepers at the bridge across the eastern of bridges. branch of the Potomac, and for fuel, oil, and lamps, one thousand six

hundred dollars.

For watchman in Franklin square, six hundred dollars.

For compensation of the person in charge of the heating apparatus of

the library of Congress, one thousand dollars. Electrician at For electrician of the Capitol, one thousand two hundred dollars. Capitol.

For compensation of watchmen in reservation number two, three thousand dollars.

ents.

For compensation of draw-keepers at the Potomac bridge, and for fuel, oil, and lamps, seven thousand five hundred and seventy dollars.

Court of Claims. For salaries of five judges of the court of Court of claims, the chief clerk and assistant clerk, bailiff, and messenger thereof, claims. twenty-six thousand eight hundred dollars.

For compensation of attorneys to attend to taking testimony, witnesses, Expenses of and commissioners, two thousand five hundred dollars.

taking testi

Inony. For stationery, books, fuel, laborers' hire, and other contingent and miscellaneous expenses, three thousand dollars.

For payment of judgments which may be rendered by the court in Payment of favor of claimants, one hundred thousand dollars.

judginents. Executive. — For compensation of the President of the United States, Executive.

President. twenty-five thousand dollars.

For compensation of the Vice-President of the United States, eight Vice-Presithousand dollars.

dent. For compensation of secretary to sign patents for public lands, one Secretary to thousand five hundred dollars.

sign land patFor compensation to the private secretary, assistant secretary, (who Private secreshall be a short-hand writer,) two clerks of fourth class, steward, and tary, clerks,

steward, &c. messenger of the President of the United States, twelve thousand five hundred dollars.

For contingent expenses of the executive office, including stationery Contingent therefor, four thousand dollars.

expenses. Department of State. — For compensation of the Secretary of State, Department two assistant secretaries of state, for chief clerk, eight clerks of class of State.

Pay of Secrefour, additional to one clerk of class four as disbursing clerk, eight clerks tary, &c. of class three, three clerks of class two, three clerks of class one, one messenger, one assistant messenger, and seven laborers, fifty-eight thousand one hundred and forty dollars: Provided, That the pay

of
any mes-

Pay of mes. senger in either of the departments, executive or judicial, of the govern- sengers, assistment, employed during the whole year, shall be eight hundred and forty laborers, and dollars per annum, and no more ; and the pay of any assistant messenger watchimeu esemployed as aforestated shall be seven hundred dollars per annum, and tablished. no more; and the pay of all laborers and watchmen, (whether night or day,) employed as aforestated, shall be seven hundred and twenty dollars per annum, and no more.

For the incidentul and contingent Erpenses of the Department of State. Contingent For publishing the laws in pamphlet form and in newspapers of the expenses,

Pamphlet laws States and Territories, and in the city of Washington, forty thousand and in newspadollars.

pers. For proof-reading, and packing the laws and documents for the various Proof-reading, legations and consulates, including boxes and transportation of the same,

&c. three thousand dollars.

For stationery, blank - books, furniture, fixtures, and repairs, three Stationery, &c. thousand five hundred dollars.

For miscellaneous items, two thousand five hundred dollars.
For copper-plate printing, books, and maps, five thousand dollars.
For extra clerk hire and copying, five thousand dollars.

For the general Purposes of the Building occupied by the State De- Building ocpartment. For compensation of four watchmen and two laborers of the cupied by State building, four thousand three hundred and twenty dollars.

Departınent. For contingent expenses of said building, viz: for rent, fuel, lights, repairs, and miscellaneous expenses, thirty thousand dollars.

Treasury Department. — For compensation of the Secretary of the Treasury DeTreasury, two assistant secretaries of the treasury, chief clerk, eleven partment. clerks of class four, additional to one clerk of class four as disbursing tary, assistants,

Pay of Secreclerk, twelve clerks of class three, sixteen clerks of class two, fifteen &c. clerks of class one, one messenger, one assistant messenger, and three laborers, one hundred thousand one hundred and forty dollars.

Pay of super- In the construction branch of the treasury: For supervising architect, vising architect, three thousand dollars; assistant supervising architect, two thousand dolassistant, clerks, &c.;

lars ; chief clerk, two thousand dollars ; photographer, twenty-five hundred dollars; for two clerks of class four, three thousand six hundred dollars; for four clerks of class three, six thousand four hundred dollars ; for three clerks of class one, three thousand six hundred dollars : and one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars, - twenty-three thousand nine

hundred and forty dollars. 1st comptrol- For first comptroller of the treasury, three thousand five hundred ler, &c.;

dollars; for chief clerk, two thousand dollars ; four clerks of class four, seven thousand two hundred dollars; four clerks of class three, six thousand four hundred dollars ; five clerks of class two, seven thousand dollars; two clerks of class one, two thousand four hundred dollars; one inessenger, eight hundred and forty dollars; and two laborers, twelve hundred

dollars; in all, thirty thousand five hundred and forty dollars. 2d comptrol

For second comptroller of the treasury, three thousand dollars; for ler, &c.;

chief clerk, two thousand dollars ; eight clerks of class four, fourteen thousand four hundred dollars; sixteen clerks of class three, twenty-five thousand six hundred dollars; twenty clerks of class two, twenty-eight thousand dollars; twelve clerks of class one, fourteen thousand four hundred dollars; twelve copyists, ten thousand eight hundred dollars ; one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars; one assistant messenger, seven hundred dollars; and two laborers, twelve hundred dollars; in all,

one hundred thousand nipe hundred and forty dollars. commissioner For commissioner of customs, three thousand dollars; for chief clerk, of customs, &c.;

two thousand dollars ; two clerks of class four, thirty-six hundred dollars; five clerks of class three, eight thousand dollars ; eight clerks of class two, eleven thousand two hundred dollars ; five clerks of class one, six thousand dollars; one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars; and one laborer, six hundred dollars ; in all, thirty-two thousand six hundred and

forty dollars. 1st auditor, For first auditor of the treasury, three thousand dollars ; chief clerk, &c.;

two thousand dollars ; two clerks of class four, three thousand six hundred dollars; eight clerks of class three, twelve thousand eight hundred dollars; three clerks of class two, four thousand two hundred dollars; five clerks of class one, six thousand dollars; al-o two clerks of class three, three thousand two hundred dollars ; four clerks of class two, five thousand six hundred dollars; and eight clerks of class one, nine thousand six hundred dollars; one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars ; one assistant messenger, seven hundred dollars; and one laborer,

six hundred dollars, — fifty-two thousand one hundred and forty dollars. 2d auditor, For second auditor of the treasury, three thousand dollars ; chief clerk, &c.;

two thousand dollars ; six clerks of class four, ten thousand eight hundred dollars ; sixty-four clerks of class three, eighty-six thousand four hundred dollars; one hundred and nine clerks of class two, one hundred and fifty-two thousand six hundred dollars; thirty-one clerks of class one, thirty-seven thousand two hundred dollars; one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars; five assistant messengers, three thousand five hundred dollars ; and seven laborers, four thousand two hundred dollars, - three

hundred thousand five hundred and forty dollars. 3d auditor,

For third auditor, three thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; eleven clerks of class four, nineteen thousand eight hundred dollars ; additional to one clerk of class four as disbursing clerk, two hundred dollars ; twenty-eight clerks of class three, forty-four thousand eight hundred dollars ; ninety-two clerks of class two, one hundred and twenty-eight thousand eight hundred dollars ; ninety-six clerks of class one, one hundred and fifteen thousand two hundred dollars; ten copyists, nine thousand dollars ; three messengers, two thousand five hundred and twenty dollars; two assistant messengers, fourteen hundred dollars; and

&c.;

&c.;

seven laborers, four thousand two hundred dollars, - three hundred and thirty thousand nine hundred and twenty dollars.

For the fourth auditor, three thousand dollars ; chief clerk, two thou- Pay of 4th sand dollars ; five clerks of class four, nine thousand dollars ; eighteen

auditor, &c; clerks of class three, twenty-eight thousand eight hundred dollars ; twelve clerks of class two, sixteen thousand eight hundred dollars ; eleven clerks of class one, thirteen thousand two hundred dollars; one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars; one assistant messenger, seven hundred dollars; and five laborers, three thousand dollars, employed in his office, — seventy-seven thousand three hundred avd forty dollars. For the fifth auditor, three thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand

6th auditor, dollars; two clerks of class four, three thousand six hundred dollars; four clerks of class three, six thousand four hundred dollars ; seven clerks of class two, nine thousand eight hundred dollars ; fifteen clerks of class one, eighteen thousand dollars; six copyists, five thousand four hundred dollars; one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars; and one laborer, six hundred dollars, — forty-nine thousand six hundred and forty dollars. For compensation of the auditor of the treasury for the Post Office

auditor for

Post-Office DeDepartment, three thousand dollars ; chief clerk, two thousand dollars ; partment, &c.; nine clerks of class four, sixteen thousillid two hundred dollars; additional to one clerk of class four as disbursing clerk, two hundred dollars ; forty clerks of class three, sixty-four thousand dollars; sixty-four clerks of class two, eighty-nine thousand six hundred dollars ; thirty-seven clerks of class one, forty-four thousand four hundred dollars; one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars; one assistant messenger, seven hundred dollars ; and eleven laborers, six thousand six hundred dollars, - two hundred and twenty-seven thousand five hundred and forty dollars. For compensation of the treasurer of the United States, six thousand

treasurer, as

sistant, &c.; five hundred dollars; assistant treasurer, two thousand eight hundred dollars ; cashier, two thousand eight hundred dollars ; assistant cashier, two thousand five hundred dollars ; five chiefs of division, at two thousand two hundred dollars each; two principal book-keepers, two thousand two hundred dollars each ; two tellers, two thousand two hundred dollars each; one chief clerk, two thousand dollars ; two assistant tellers, two thousand dollars each; fifteen clerks of class four, twenty-seven thousand dollars ; fifteen clerks of class three, twenty-four thousand dollars; eleven clerks of class two, fifteen thousand four hundred dollars ; nine clerks of class one, ten thousand eight hundred dollars ; sixty female clerks, seventy-two thousand dollars; fifteen messengers, twelve thousand six hundred dollars; five male and seven female laborers, four thousand six hundred and eighty dollars, - one hundred and eighty-eight thousand one hundred and eighty dollars.

For compensation of the register of the treasury, three thousand dol-register, aslars; assistant register, two thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand

sistant, &c.; dollars ; five clerks of class four, nine thousand dollars; thirteen clerks of class three, twenty thousand eight hundred dollars ; twenty-five clerks of class two, thirty-five thousand dollars ; eleven clerks of class one, thirteen thousand two hundred dollars; one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars ; two assistant messengers, fourteen hundred dollars ; and two laborers, twelve hundred dollars, employed in his office ; in all, eighty-eight thousand four hundred and forty dollars.

For compensation of the solicitor of the treasury, three thousand, solicitor, asfive hundred dollars; assistant solicitor, three thousand dollars ; chief sistant, &c. clerk, two thousand dollars ; one clerk of class four, eighteen hundred dollars ; three clerks of class three, four thousand eight hundred dollars ; three clerks of class two, four thousand two hundred dollars; one clerk of class one, twelve hundred dollars ; one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars; and one laborer, six hundred dollars, employed in his office; in all, twenty-one thousand nine hundred and forty dollars.

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