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Appropriation General Land Office. — For commissioner of the general land office, for pay of com- recorder, chief clerk, three principal clerks of public lands, private land eral land office; claims and surveys, three clerks of class four, twenty-three clerks of class

three, forty clerks of class two, forty clerks of class one, draughtsman, assistant draughtsman, two messengers, three assistant messengers, two packers, seven laborers, and eight watchmen employed in his office, in all,

one hundred and seventy-eight thousand two hundred dollars. of additional For compensation of additional clerks in the general land office under clerks;

the act of March three, eighteen hundred and fifty-five: For one princi1855, ch. 207. Vol. 1. p. 704. pal clerk as director, one clerk of class three, four clerks of class two, forty

clerks of class one, and two laborers, fifty-eight thousand six hundred and

forty dollars. of commission- Índian Office. — For compensation of the commissioner of Indian er of Indian af- affairs, chief clerk, three clerks of class four, seven clerks of class three, fairs;

five clerks of class two, one messenger, one assistant messenger, one laborer and two watchmen, employed in his office, in all, thirty-two thou

sand six hundred dollars. of commission- Pension Office. For compensation of commissioner of pensions, er of pensions, chief clerk, twelve clerks of class four, thirty clerks of class three, fifty&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. 1863, ch. 59, $ 2. And the eight clerks of class four, ten clerks of class three, twelve clerks Vol. xii. p. 695. of class two, and twenty-five clerks of class one, authorized by clause in

the act of February twenty-five, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, may be continued until the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine,

and no longer. of additional

For compensation of additional clerks in the pension office, viz. For and temporary ten clerks of class four, eighteen clerks of class three, twenty-four clerks clerks.

of class two, and twenty-eight clerks of class one, one hundred and fourteen thousand dollars.

For temporary clerks in the pension office, twenty thousand dollars. Incidental ex

Incidental and Contingent Expenses -- Department of the Interior. penses.

Office of sec- Office of the Secretary of the Interior : retary.

For stationery, furniture, and other contingencies, and for books and

maps for the library, ten thousand dollars. Patent office.

For casual repairs of the patent-office building, ten thousand dollars. Distributing journals and For expenses of packing and distributing congressional journals and documents. documents, in pursuance of the provisions contained in the joint resolu

Volxi. p. 253. tion of Congress approved twenty-eighth January, eighteen hundred Vol. xi. p. 379. and fifty-seven, and act fifth February, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine,

six thousand dollars. Fuel and For fuel and lights for the patent-office building, including the salaries lights.

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 In

For blank books, binding, stationery, and miscellaneous items, includdian affairs;

ing two of the daily city newspapers, to be filed, bound, and preserved for the use of the office, five thousand dollars.

Office of the commissioner of pensions : of commission- For stationery, engraving, and retouching plates for bounty-land warer of pensions; rants, printing and binding the same, office furniture, and repairing the

same, and miscellaneous items, including two daily newspapers, to be filed, bound, and preserved for the use of the office, and for detection and

investigation of fraud, forty thousand dollars. of commission- Office of the commissioner of the general land office :er of general For cash system, maps, diagrams, stationery, furniture and repairs of land office.

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

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telegraphing, for miscellaneous items on account of bounty lands and mili- 1850, ch. 84, tary patents under the several acts, and for contingent expenses under Vol. ix. p. 619. swamp-land act of September twenty-eight, eighteen hundred and fifty, ten thousand dollars.

Surveyors-genSurveyors-General and their Clerks. — For compensation of the sur- eral and their

clerks. veyor-general of Minnesota, two thousand dollars, and the clerks in his

Minnesota office, two thousand five hundred dollars.

For surveyor-general of the Territory of Dakota, two thousand dol- Dakota lars, and the clerks in his office, two thousand five hundred dollars, four thousand five hundred dollars.

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

Colorado and

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

New Mexico. For surveyor-general of California and Arizona, three thousand dol- California and lars, and for clerks in his office, four thousand five hundred dollars.

Arizona. For surveyor-general of Idaho, three thousand dollars, and for clerks Idaho. in his office, four thousand dollars.

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

For the surveyor-general of Oregon, two thousand five hundred dol- Oregon. lars, and for the clerks in his office, four thousand dollars.

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

For surveyor-general of Nebraska and Iowa, two thousand dollars, and Nebraska and the clerks in his office, four thousand dollars.

Iowa. For surveyor-general of Montana, three thousand dollars, and for the Montana. clerks in his office, three thousand dollars. For recorder of land-titles in Missouri, five hundred dollars.

Recorder of For services of the clerk of the district court of the northern district

land-titles in

Missouri. of Mississippi, as keeper of the records and files of the land office at Pay of clerk Pontotoc, Mississippi, from June fourth, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, of district court to June fourth, eighteen hundred and sixty-eight, five hundred dollars ; trict of Missisand it is hereby made the duty of said clerk, on the passage of this act, sippi, and duty to transfer the records and files aforesaid to the register of the land office of such clerk. at Jackson, Mississippi ; and the nineteenth section of the act of March third, eighteen hundred and fifty-three, entitled " An act making appro- Repeal of act| priations for the civil and diplomatic expenses of the government for the 1863, ch. 97, 19. year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and Afty-four,” be, Vol. x. p. 214. and the same is hereby, repealed.

[Expenses of Courts of the United States.] - For defraying the ex- Expenses of penses of the Supreme Court and district courts of the United States, United States. including the District of Columbia, and also for jurors and witnesses, in aid of the funds arising from fines, penalties, and forfeitures, in the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, and previous years, and likewise for defraying the expenses of suits in which the

Suits in which

the United States United States are concerned, including legal assistance to the Attorney- are concerned. General, and other special and extraordinary expenditures in cases of the Supreme Court of the United States in which the United States are concerned, and of prosecutions for offences committed against the United Safe-keeping States, and for the safe-keeping of prisoners, one million dollars.

of prisoners, and

prosecution of For compiling and supervising the biennial register, five hundred dollars. crime.

War Department. - For compensation of the Secretary of War, eight Biennial registhousand dollars.

War DepartFor chief clerk, two thousand two hundred dollars. For four clerks of class four, seven thousand two hundred dollars. Pay of secreFor a lditional to one clerk of class four, as disbursing clerk, two bun

ter.

tary, &c. dred dollars.

ment.

Appropriation l'or seven clerks of class three, eleven thousand two hundred dollars. for office of Secretary of War.

For three clerks of class two, four thousand two hundred dollars ; eight clerks of class one, nine thousand six hundred dollars; one messenger, one thousand dollars ; one assistant, at eight hundred and forty dollars ; one laborer, at seven hundred and twenty dollars; two assistant messengers, at eight hundred and forty dollars each, sixteen hundred and

eighty dollars. of adjutant- Office of Adjutant-General. — For three clerks of class four, five general;

thousand four hundred dollars ; nine clerks of class three, fourteen tbou. sand four hundred dollars ; twenty-seven clerks of class two, thirty-seven thousand eight hundred dollars.

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

For three messengers, at one thousand dollars each, three thousand

dollars. of quarter

Office of Quartermaster-General. — For six clerks of class four, ten mastēr-general; thousand eight hundred dollars.

For twelve clerks of class three, nineteen thousand two hundred dollars.

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

For one hundred and eight clerks of class one, one hundred and twentynine thousand six hundred dollars.

For thirty copyists, at nine hundred dollars each, twenty-seven thousand dollars.

For one superintendent of the building occupied by the quartermastergeneral, two hundred dollars.

For four messengers, at one thousand dollars each, four thousand dollars.

For six laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each, four thou

sand three hundred and twenty dollars. of paymaster- Office of Paymaster-General. - For chief clerk, two thousand dollars. general.

For four clerks of class four, seven thousand two hundred dollars.

For one clerk of class three, sixteen hundred dollars. 1863, ch. 59. For three clerks of class three, authorized by clause in the act of FebVol. xii. p. 695. ruary twenty-fifth, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, four thousand eight

Clerks not to hundred dollars: Provided, That said clerks shall not be continued after be continued the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine. after, &c.

For twenty-six clerks of class two, thirty-six thousand four hundred dollars.

For thirty clerks of class one, at twelve hundred dollars each, thirtysix thousand dollars.

For two messengers, at one thousand dollars each, two thousand dol

lars. Appropriation

Office of the Commissary-General. For one clerk of class four, one for office of thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk of class three, one thousand commissary six hundred dollars. general;

For fourteen clerks of class two, nineteen thousand six hundred dollars.

For twenty-four clerks of class one, twenty-eight thousand eight hundred dollars.

One messenger, at one thousand dollars.

For two laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each, one thou

sand four hundred and forty dollars. of surgeon

Office of the Surgeon-General. For one clerk of class four, one general.

thousand eight hundred dollars ; for one clerk of class three, one thousand six hundred dollars; for two clerks of class two, two thousand eight hundred dollars; for fifteen clerks of class one,'eighteen thousand dollars ; for one messenger, one thousand dollars; one laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars.

neer;

Office of Chief Engineer. For four clerks of class four, seven thou. Appropiation sand two hundred dollars; for four clerks of class three, six thousand four for office of chief

engineer; hundred dollars ; for five clerks of class two, seven thousand dollars; for three clerks of class one, three thousand six hundred dollars ; for two messengers, at one thousand dollars each, two thousand dollars; and one laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars.

Office of Chief of Ordnance. — For chief clerk, two thousand dol of chief of ordlars; three clerks of class four, five thousand four hundred dollars ; for dance; two clerk [s] of class three, three thousand two hundred dollars ; for six clerks of class two, eight thousand four hundred dollars ; for ten clerks of class one, twelve thousand dollars; one messenger, one thousand dol. lars ; two laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each, fourteen hundred and forty dollars. Office of Military Justice. — For one clerk of class four, one clerk of

of military

justice ; class three, one clerk of class two, and two clerks of class one, seven thousand two hundred dollars.

Signal Office. For two clerks of class two, two thousand eight of signal office; hundred dollars.

Contingent Expenses of the War Department. - Office of the Secretary for contingent of War: For blank books, stationery, labor, books, maps, extra clerk hire, expenses in and miscellaneous items, ten thousand dollars.

tary of War; Office of the adjutant-general: For blank books, stationery, binding, of adjutantand miscellaneous items, fifteen thousand dollars.

general; Office of the quartermaster-general: For blank books, stationery, of quarterbinding, and miscellaneous items, ten thousand dollars.

master-general; Office of the paymaster-general: For blank books, stationery, bind of paymastering and miscellaneous items, fifteen thousand dollars.

general; Chief engineer's office: For blank books, stationery, binding, and

of chief engimiscellaneous items, three thousand five hundred dollars.

Office of the surgeon-general: For blank books, stationery, binding, of surgeonand miscellaneous items, including rent of office, ten thousand dollars.

general; Office of the chief of ordnance: For blank books, stationery, bind- of chief of ording, and miscellaneous items, three thousand dollars.

Office of military justice: For blank books, stationery, binding, and of military miscellaneous items, one thousand two hundred dollars.

justice. For the General Purposes of the War Department Building. - For com War Departpensation of superintendent, four watchmen and two laborers of the build- ment building. ing, four thousand five hundred and seventy dollars.

For labor, fuel, light, and miscellaneous items, twenty thousand dollars.

Building occupied by Paymaster-General, corner of F and Fifteenth Building corStreets. For superintendent, watchmen, rent, fuel, lights, and miscella- per F and Fif

teenth Streets. neous items, fifteen thousand dollars.

For the General Purposes of the Building corner of F and Seventeenth Building corStreets. — For compensation of superintendent, four watchmen, and two laborers for said building, four thousand five hundred and seventy dollars.

For fuel, compensation of firemen, and miscellaneous items, five thousand dollars.

For painting exterior and interior of building, papering halls, and repairing roof, two thousand five hundred dollars.

Navy Department. - For compensation of the Secretary of the Navy, Navy Depart , eight thousand dollars.

Pay of SecreFor compensation of the assistant secretary of the navy, three thou- tary, assistant sand five hundred dollars ; solicitor and naval judge advocate-general, secretary, &c. two thousand six hundred and sixty-three dollars : Provided, That this

licitor and naval office shall cease on the fourth day of March, eighteen hundred and sixty- judge advocatenine, and no further appropriation for its continuance shall be made until general to cease said office shall have been established by law; chief clerk, two thousand See post, p. 313.

Vol. xvi. p. 10.

nance;

ner F and Seyenteenth Streets.

ment.

Office of so

Appropriation two hundred dollars; one fourth class clerk, (also a disbursing clerk,) two for Navy Department;

thousand dollars ; four clerks of the fourth class, seven thousand two hundred dollars ; five clerks of the third class, eight thousand dollars; three clerks of the second class, four thousand two hundred dollars ; three clerks of the first class, three thousand six hundred dollars; one messenger, one thousand dollars; one assistant messenger, eight hundred and forty dol

lars; two laborers, one thousand four hundred and forty dollars. for bureau of

For compensation of civil engineer of the bureau of yards and docks, yards and docks;

two thousand dollars ; chief clerk, eighteen hundred dollars; one clerk of the fourth class, eighteen hundred dollars; two clerks of the third class, three thousand two hundred dollars ; one clerk of the second class, one thousand four hundred dollars ; one clerk of the first class, twelve hundred dollars ; one draughtsman, fourteen hundred dollars; one messenger,

one thousand dollars ; two laborers, fourteen hundred and forty dollars. of equipment For the compensation of the chief clerk of the bureau of equipment and recruiting; and recruiting, eighteen hundred dollars ; one clerk of the fourth class,

eighteen hundred dollars ; two clerks of the third class, three thousand two hundred dollars ; three clerks of the first class, thirty-six hundred

dollars; one messenger, one thousand dollars.. of navigation; For the compensation of the chief clerk of the bureau of navigation,

eighteen hundred dollars ; one clerk of the second class, fourteen hundred dollars; one clerk of the first class, twelve hundred dollars; one messen

ger, one thousand dollars. of ordnance; For compensation of the chief clerk of the bureau of ordnance, in place 1862, ch. 134, $ 3. Vol. xii. p. 511.

of the assistant provided by section three of the act of July five, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, eighteen hundred dollars ; one draughtsman, fourteen hundred dollars ; one clerk of the second class, fourteen hundred dollars; one messenger, one thousand dollars ; one laborer, seven hundred

and twenty dollars; one laborer, five hundred and seventy-six dollars. of construction For compensation of the chief clerk of the bureau of construction and reand repair;

pair, eighteen hundred dollars ; one draughtsman, eighteen hundred dollars ; one clerk of class four, two clerks of class three, two clerks of class two, seven thousand eight hundred dollars; one messenger, one thousand dol

lars; one laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars. of steam en For compensation of the chief clerk of the bureau of steam engineering, gineering

eighteen hundred dollars ; one draughtsman, fourteen hundred dollars ; one clerk of the second class, fourteen hundred dollars; one assistant draughtsman, twelve hundred dollars; one messenger, one thousand dol

lars; one laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars. of provisions For compensation of the chief clerk of the bureau of provisions and and clothing;

clothing, eighteen hundred dollars ; one clerk of the fourth class, eighteen hundred dollars ; three clerks of the third class, forty-eight hundred dollars ; six clerks of the second class, seven thousand two hundred dollars ; three clerks of the first class, thirty-six hundred dollars ; one messenger,

one thousand dollars ; one laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars. of medicine For compensation of the chief of the bureau of medicine and surgery, and surgery;

three thousand five hundred dollars ; one clerk of the fourth class, eighteen hundred dollars ; one clerk of the third class, sixteen hundred dollars ; one messenger, one thousand dollars; one laborer, seven hundred and

twenty dollars. Contingent, Incidental and Contingent Expenses of the Navy Department. - Office &c. expenses. Office of Sec

of the Secretary of the Navy, for stationery, labor, newspapers, and misretary of Navy. cellaneous items, two thousand eight hundred and forty dollars.

Bureau of Bureau of Yards and Docks. — For stationery, books, plans, drawings, yards and docks; and miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars.

of equipment Bureau of Equipment and Recruiting. For stationery, books, and and recruiting; miscellaneous items, seven hundred and tifty dollars. of navigation. Bureau of Navigation. For stationery, blank books, and miscella

neous items, eight hundred dollars.

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