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Pay of light- For compensation of the chief clerk of the lighthouse board, two house board, &c.;

thousand dollars; two clerks of class three, three thousand two hundred dollars; one clerk of class two, fourteen 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, nine thousand two hundred and forty dollars. comptroller of For comptroller of the currency, five thousand dollars ; for deputy the currency,&c. comptroller, two thousand five hundred dollars ; seven clerks of class

four, twelve thousand six hundred dollars ; twelve clerks of class three, nineteen thousand two hundred dollars ; seven clerks of class two, nine thousand eight hundred dollars ; seven clerks of class one, eight thousand four hundred dollars ; twenty-one female clerks, twenty-five thousand two hundred dollars ; four messengers, three thousand three hundred and sixty dollars ; two laborers, one thousand two hundred dollars ; and one night watcliman, six hundred dollars; in all, eighty-one thousand five hundred

and sixty dollars. Expenses of For paper, engraving, printing, express charges, and other expenses of issuing national the making and issuance of the national currency, seventy-five thousand currency.

dollars. Commissioner

For commissioner of internal revenue, six thousand dollars; three of internal rev. deputy commissioners, one at three thousand five hundred dollars, and enue; deputies, two at three thousand dollars each ; one solicitor, four thousand dollars ; heads of divisions, clerks, seven heads of divisions, two thousand five hundred dollars each ; thirty

four clerks of class four, sixty-one thousand two hundred dollars ; fortyfive clerks of class three, seventy-two thousand dollars ; fifty clerks of class two, seventy thousand dollars ; thirty-seven clerks of class one, forty-four thousand four hundred dollars ; fifty-five female clerks, sixtysix thousand dollars ; five messengers, four thousand two hundred dol. lars ; three assistant messengers, two thousand one hundred dollars ; and fifteen laborers, nine thousand dollars, employed in his office ; in

all, three hundred and forty-nine thousand four hundred dollars; and Commissioner the commissioner of the internal revenue shall not be required to give not required to give bond.

bond. Incidental ex- For rent, dies, paper; for stamps and incidental expenses, including penses.

the cost of subscriptions for such number of copies of the “ Internal Revenue Record and Customs Journal ” as the Secretary of the Treasury may deem necessary to supply to revenue officers, one hundred and fitty

thousand dollars. Collectors, as- For salaries and expenses of collectors, assessors, assistant assessors, sessors, &c. of internal revenue.

revenue agents, inspectors, and superintendents of exports and drawbacks, together with the expense of carrying into effect the various pro

visions of the several acts providing internal revenue, excepting items Commissioner otherwise estimated for, eight million dollars : Provided, That the comgress the details

' missioner of internal revenue shall make a detailed report to Congress of the expendi- of the expenditure of this appropriation at the next December session, ture of this ap- to whom paid, how much to each, and for what purpose ; giving the propriation; to make esti

items of each payment and the number of employees ; and hereafter the mates of expen

said commissioner shall estimate in detail, by collection districts, the exses in detail.

pense of assessing and the expense of the collection of internal revenue. See Vol. xvi.

For detecting and bringing to trial and punishment persons guilty of Violations of violating the internal revenue laws, or conniving at the same, in cases internal revenue where such expenses are not otherwise provided for by law, one hundred laws.

thousand dollars. Contingent, For incidental and contingent Expenses of the Treasury Department. — &c. expenses of the treasury in In the office of the Secretary of the Treasury and the several bureaus, office of Secre- including copying, labor, binding, sealing ships' registers, translating tary and the several bureaus.

foreign languages, advertising, and extra clerk hire for preparing and collecting information to be laid before Congress, and for miscellaneous items, fifty thousand dollars.

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For stationery for the Treasury Department and the several bureaus, fifty thousand dollars.

For furniture, carpets, and miscellaneous items for the Treasury bureaus, five thousand dollars.

For the general Purposes of the Treasury Department Building, in- Treasury Decluding the Extension. - For compensation of twelve watchinen and partment build

ing eleven laborers of the building, thirteen thousand eight hundred dollars. See Vol. xvi.

For contingent expenses of the said building, and five other buildings P. 12. occupied by clerks of the Treasury Department, viz: for fuel, light, labor, and miscellaneous items, seventy-five thousand dollars. Department of the Interior. — For compensation of the Secretary of Department of

the Interior. the Interior, assistant secretary, chief clerk, four clerks of class four, additional [to] three disbursing clerks, three clerks of class three, four

Pay of Secreclerks of class two, one return clerk, one messenger, two assistant mes- tary, assistant, sengers, five watchmen, and three laborers in his office; in all, forty-one &c. thousand five hundred and forty dollars.

Orice of eduOffice of Education. For commissioner of education, three thousand

cation. dollars.

Pay of comFor two clerks of class one, twenty-four hundred dollars.

missioner, &c. Fcr contingent expenses, six hundred dollars ; in all, six thousand See Vol. xvi. dollars. General Land Office. — For commissioner of the general land office, General land

office. recorder, chief clerk, three principal clerks of public lands, three clerks of class four, twenty-three clerks of class three, forty clerks of class two,

Pay of com

missioner, reforty clerks of class one, draughtsman, assistant draughtsman, two mes- corder, clerks, sengers, three assistant messengers, two packers, seven laborers, and &c.; eight watchmen employed in his office; in all, one hundred and seventyeight thousand two hundred dollars. For compensation of additional clerks in the general land office under

additional

clerks; the act of March third, eighteen hundred and fifty-five: For one prin

, ch. 207. cipal clerk as director, one clerk of class three, four clerks of class two, Vol. x.p: 301. twenty clerks of class one, and two laborers, fifty-eight thousand six hundred and forty dollars. Indian Office. — For compensation of the commissioner of Indian

commissioner

of Indian affairs, affairs, chief clerk, three clerks of class four, seven clerks of class three, &c.; five clerks of class two, one messenger, one assistant messenger, one laborer, and two watchmen employed in his office; in all, thirty-two thousand six hundred dollars.

Pension Office. — For compensation of commissioner of pensions, of commissioner chief clerk, twelve clerks of class four, thirty clerks of class three, fifty- clerks, &c.' two clerks of class two, fifty clerks of class one, one messenger and three assistant messengers, five laborers, and one watchman employed in his office, two hundred and fifteen thousand two hundred and forty dollars. For compensation of additional clerks in the pension office, viz: For

additional

clerks. ten clerks of class four, eighteen clerks of class three, twenty-four clerks of class two, and twenty-eight clerks of class one, one hundred and fourtven thousand dollars.

Incident.il and Incidental and contingent Expenses Department of the Interior. contingent esOffice of the Secretary of the Interior:

penses. For stationery, furniture, and other contingencies, and for books and Office of Sec

retary maps for the library, ten thousand dollars.

Patent-office For casual repairs of the patent-office building, ten thousand dollars.

building For expenses of packing and distributing congressional journals and

Distributing documents, in pursuance of the provisions contained in the joint resolu- journals and tion of Congress approved on the twenty-eighth day of January, eighteen documents. hundred and fifty-seven, and the act of the fifth day of February, eigh- Vol. xv. p. 203. teen hundred and fifty-nine, and for collecting, arranging, classifying, and 1859, ch...

Vol. 2. p.::9. preserving such congressional journals and documents to be found in the Capitol, or in the various departments and bureaus of the government,

Pay, &c.

which have not been disposed of according to law, and for compiling and Biennial regis- supervising the biennial register, six thousand five hundred dollars; and ter.

the Secretary of the Interior shall appoint a superintendent of public docSuperintend- uments, at a salary of twenty-five hundred dollars per year, who shall be ent of public charged with the duty of packing, distributing, collecting, arranging, documents to be appointed. classifying, and preserving such documents, and compiling and supervis

ing the biennial register, but the whole amount to be expended for said purposes, including the pay of said superintendent, shall not exceed the

said sum of six thousand five hundred dollars; and the said Secretary of Rooms. the Interior is hereby directed to procure and assign suitable rooms for

such journals and documents in the Department of the Interior. Vinnie Ream.

To enable the Secretary of the Interior to fulfil a contract made by him

under the provisions of a joint resolution authorizing a contract with Vol. xiv. p. 370. Vinnie Ream for a statue of the late Abrahain Lincoln, five thousand

dollars. Patent-office

For fuel and lights for the patent-office building, including the salabuilding.

ries of engineer and assistant engineer of the furnaces, and repairs of the

heating apparatus, eighteen thousand dollars. Office of com

Office of the commissioner of Indian affairs : missioner of Indian affairs. For blank-books, binding, stationery, and miscellaneous items, includ

ing two of the daily city newspapers, to be filed, bound, and preserved

for the use of the office, five thousand dollars. Of commis Office of the commissioner of pensions : sioner of pensions.

For stationery, engraving, and retouching plates for bounty land warrants, printing and binding the same, office furniture, and repairing the

same, and miscellaneous items, including two daily newspapers, to be filed, Detection, &c. bound, and preserved for the use of the office, and for detection and inof fraud.

vestigation of fraud, thirty thousand dollars. Of cominis sioner of general

Office of the commissioner of the general land office: land office.

For cash system, maps, diagrams, stationery, furniture and repairs of the same, miscellaneous items, including two of the city newspapers, to be filed, bound, and preserved for the use of the office; for advertising and telegraphing; for miscellaneous items on account of bounty lands and

military patents under the several acts, and for contingent expenses under . 84 Vol. ix. p. 619. swamp-land act of September twenty-eighth, eighteen hundred and fifty,

eight thousand dollars. Surveyors Surveyors General and their Clerks. — For compensation of the surgeneral and their clerks.

veyor-general of Minnesota, two thousand dollars, and the clerks in his Minnesota. office, two thousand five hundred dollars, - four thousand five hundred

See Vol. xvi. dollars. p. 12.

For surveyor-general of the Territory of Dakota, two thousand dolDakota.

lars, and the clerks in his office, two thousand five hundred dollars, four

thousand five hundred dollars. Kansas.

For surveyor-general of Kansas, two thousand dollars, and the clerks

in his office, four thousand dollars, six thousand dollars. Colorado.

For surveyor-general of Colorado, three thousand dollars, and for the

clerks in his office, four thousand dollars, – seven thousand dollars. New Mexico.

For surveyor-general of New Mexico, three thousand dollars. California and For surveyor-general of California and Arizona, three thousand dollars, Arizona.

and for clerks in his office, four thousand five hundred dollars,

thousand five hundred dollars. Idaho.

For surveyor-general of Idaho, three thousand dollars, and for clerks

in his office, four thousand dollars, seven thousand dollars. Nevada For surveyor-general of Nevada, two thousand five hundred dollars,

and the clerks in his office, four thousand dollars, six thousand five

hundred dollars. Oregon. For surveyor-general of Oregon, two thousand five hundred dollars,

and for the clerks in his office, four thousand dollars, - six thousand five hundred dollars.

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For surveyor-general of Washington Territory, two thousand five hun- Washington

Territory. dred dollars, and for the clerks in his office, four thousand dollars, thousand five hundred dollars. For surveyor-general of Nebraska and Iowa, two thousand dollars, and Nebraska and

Iowa. the clerks in his office, four thousand dollars, six thousand dollars.

For surveyor-general of Montana, three thousand dollars, and for Montana. clerks in his office, three thousand dollars, — six thousand dollars.

For surveyor-general of Utah Territory, three thousand dollars, and Utah. the clerks in his office, four thousand dollars.

For surveyor-general of Florida, two thousand dollars, and for clerks Florida. in his office, three thousand five hundred dollars, five thousand five hundred dollars.

Recorder of For recorder of land titles in Missouri, five hundred dollars.

land titles in United States Patent Office. - For compensation of the commissioner Missouri.

Patent office. of the patent office, four thousand five hundred dollars ; for chief clerk, Pay of comtwo thousand five hundred dollars ; one superintendent of drawing for the missioner, clerks, annual report, two thousand five hundred dollars ; for three examiners in examiners, &c. chief, at three thousand dollars each, nine thousand dollars ; twenty principal examiners, at two thousand five hundred dollars each, fifty thousand dollars ; twenty first assistant examiners, at eighteen hundred dollars each, thirty-six thousand dollars; twenty second assistant examiners, at sixteen hundred dollars each, thirty-two thousand dollars; one librarian, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one machinist, one thousand six hundred dollars; one messenger, one thousand dollars ; making, in all, the sum of one hundred and forty thousand nine hundred dollars.

For compensation of six clerks of class three, nine thousand six hundred dollars.

For thirty-five clerks of class two, forty-four thousand eight hundred dollars.

For forty clerks of class one, forty-eight thousand dollars.

For six permanent clerks, at one thousand dollars each, six thousand dollars.

For thirteen copyists of drawings, at one thousand dollars each, thirteen thousand dollars.

For fifty-three female copyists, at seven hundred dollars each, thirtyseven thousand one hundred dollars.

For nine permanent clerks, at nine hundred dollars each, eight thousand one hundred dollars.

For two skilled laborers, at twelve hundred dollars each, two thousand four hundred dollars.

For two skilled laborers, at one thousand dollars each, two thousand dollars.

For seven skilled laborers, at nine hundred dollars each, six thousand. three hundred dollars.

For thirty laborers, at six hundred dollars each, eighteen thousand dollars.

For two laborers, at five hundred and seventy-six dollars each, one thousand one hundred and fifty-two hundred dollars.

For one watchman, nine hundred dollars.

For five watchmen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars, three thousand six hundred dollars.

For seven laborers, at six hundred dollars each, four thousand two hundred dollars.

For contingent expenses of the patent office, viz: For illustrations of Contingent annual report, stationery for use of office, printing patents, furniture for expenses. rooms, repairs, advertising, books for library, international exchanges, plumbing, gas-fitting, and other contingencies, one hundred and twenty thousand dollars, and no further or greater sum shall be paid or con Limitation. tracted to be paid for said contingent expenses; and it shall be the duty

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Commissioner of the commissioner of patents to make a full and detailed report to each gress as to dis- December session of Congress of the manner in which said contingent bursements. expenses have been disbursed : Provided, That with the exception of the

commissioner of patents, and the examiners in chief, all the officers, Power of ap- clerks, and employees of the patent office shall be subject to the appointpemoval of 10 - ing and removing power of the Secretary of the Interior, in like manner cers, &c. in pat- and to the same extent as the clerks of the pension office are so subject ent office.

under existing laws; and the disbursements of the patent office shall be Disbursements how made.

made by the disbursing clerk of the Department of the Interior. Expenses of [Expenses of the Courts of the United States.] - For defraying the courts of the United States.

expenses of the Supreme Court and district courts of the United States,

including the District of Columbia, and also for jurors and witnesses, in Suits in which aid of the funds arising from fines, penalties, and forfeitures, in the fiscal the United States

year ending June 30th, eighteen hundred and seventy, and previous are concerned.

Safe-keeping years, and likewise for defraying the expenses of suits in which the of prisoners and United States are concerned, and of prosecutions for offences committed prosecution of

against the United States, and for the safe-keeping of prisoners, one million crime.

Attorney-Gen- five hundred thousand dollars : Provided, That the second section of the eral not to em- act of August second, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, entitled “ An act ploy counsel to aid district at

concerning the Attorney-General, and the attorneys and marshals of the torneys. several districts,” be, and the same is hereby, repealed. 1861, ch. 37, $2. War Department. — For compensation of the Secretary of War, eight Vol. xii. p. 285. See Vol. xvi. thousand dollars ; chief clerk ; four clerks of class four; for additional to

one clerk of class four, as disbursing clerk, two hundred dollars ; for seven War Depart- clerks of class three ; three clerks of class two; eight clerks of class one ; ment.

Pay of Secre- one messenger; three assistant messengers; one laborer, forty-six tary, &c.

thousand five hundred and sixty dollars. Appropriation Office of Adjutant-General. For three clerks of class four, nine for office of ad- clerks of class three, twenty-seven clerks of class two, twenty-six clerks jutant-general;

of class one, and two messengers, ninety thousand four hundred and

eighty dollars. quartermaster- office of Quartermaster-General. — For four clerks of class four ; general; eight clerks of class three; twenty clerks of class two; seventy-five

clerks of class one; thirty copyists; superintendent of the building, two hundred dollars ; one messenger; two assistant messengers ; and six

laborers, – one hundred and seventy-one thousand and forty dollars. paymáster- Office of Paymuster-General. — For chief clerk; four clerks of class general. four ; one clerk of class three; also three clerks of class three, authorized

1863, ch. 59. by clause in the act of February twenty-fifth, eighteen hundred and sixtyVol . xii

. p. 695. three, four thousand eight hundred dollars : Provided, That said clerks Vol. xvi. p. 11. shall not be continued after the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and

seventy ; twenty-six clerks of class two, thirty clerks of class one, and

two messengers, eighty-nine thousand six hundred and eighty dollars. commissary- Office of the Commissary-General

. — For one clerk of class four, one general; clerk of class three, ten clerks of class two, twenty clerks of class one, one

messenger, and two laborers, forty-three thousand four hundred and forty

dollars. surgeon-gen- Office of the Surgeon-General. For one clerk of class four, one eral;

clerk of class three, two clerks of class two, ten clerks of class one, one messenger, and one laborer, nineteen thousand six hundred and forty

dollars. chief engineer; Office of Chief Engineer. — For five clerks of class four, four clerks

of class three, four clerks of class two, three clerks of class one, two messengers, and one laborer, twenty-six thousand four hundred and eighty

dollars. chief of ord- Office of Chief of Ordnance. — For chief clerk, three clerks of class nance. four, two clerks of class three, five clerks of class two, eight clerks

of class one, and one messenger, twenty-eight thousand and forty dollars.

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