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Office of Military Justice. — For one clerk of class four, one clerk Appropriation

for office of miliof class three, one clerk of class two, and two clerks of class one, seven

tary justice; thousand two hundred dollars.

Signal Office. - For two clerks of class two, two thousand eight hun- signal office; dred dollars.

inspector-genOffice of the Inspector-General, and Inspector of the Military Academy. eral and inspec

of - For one clerk of class four, eighteen hundred dollars.

academy. Contingent Expenses of the War Department. — Office of the Secretary Contingent of War:

expenses in office

of Secretary of For blank-books, stationery, labor, books, maps, extra clerk hire, and War; miscellaneous items, ten thousand dollars. Office of the adjutant-general :

adjutant-gen

eral; For blank-books, stationery, binding, and miscellaneous items, fifteen thousand dollars. Office of the quartermaster-general :

quartermasterFor blank-books, stationery, binding, and miscellaneous items, ten general ; thousand dollars. Office of the paymaster-general :

paymaster

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

commissary

general;
For office rent, three thousand three hundred dollars.
For fuel and lights, one thousand one hundred and fifty dollars.
For repairs, five hundred dollars.
For two watchmen, twelve hundred dollars.

For two laborers, twelve hundred dollars ; total, seven thousand three
hundred and fifty dollars.
Chief engineer's office :

chief engineer; For blank-books, stationery, binding, and miscellaneous items, three thousand five hundred dollars. Office of the surgeon-general:

surgeon-gen

eral; For blank-books, stationery, binding, and miscellaneous items, including rent of office, ten thousand dollars. Office of the chief of ordnance :

chief of ordFor blank-books, stationery, binding, and miscellaneous items, two bance; thousand dollars. Office of military justice :

military

justice; For blank-books, stationery, binding, and miscellaneous items, one thousand dollars.

War DepartFor the general Purposes of the War Department Building. For

ment building. compensation of superintendent, four watchmen, and two laborers of the building, three thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars.

For labor, fuel, light, and miscellaneous items, twenty thousand dollars.
Building occupied by Paymaster-General. — For superintendent, watch- Building occu-

pied by paymen, rent, fuel, lights, and miscellaneous items, twelve ihousand dollars.

master-general. For the general Purposes of the Building corner of F and Seventeenth Building corStreets. — For compensation of superintendent, four watchmen, and two ner F and Sev

enteenth streets. laborers for said building, three thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars.

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

Navy Department. — For compensation of the Secretary of the Navy, Navy Departeight thousand dollars.

Pay of SecreFor compensation of the chief clerk of the Navy Department, two thou- tary, clerks, &c. sand two hundred dollars ; one fourth-class clerk (also as disbursing clerk); two clerks of the fourth class ; three clerks of the third class; three clerks of the second class; three clerks of the first class; one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars; one assistant messenger, seven hundred dollars; and two laborers, twelve hundred dollars, twentythree thousand three hundred and forty dollars.

ment.

Appropriation For compensation of the civil engineer of the bureau of yards and for bureau of yards and docks;

docks, two thousand dollars; chief clerk, eighteen hundred dollars ; one clerk of the fourth class ; one clerk of the third class; two clerks of the second class; one clerk of the first class ; one draughtsman, fourteen hundred dollars ; one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars ; and two laborers, twelve hundred dollars, fourteen thousand six hundred

and forty dollars. of ordnance ; For compensation of the chief clerk of the bureau of ordnance, in place 1862, ch: 134, 13. of the of the assistant provided by section three of the act of July fifth, Vol. xii. p. 511.

eighteen hundred and sixty-two, eighteen hundred dollars; one draughtsman, fourteen hundred dollars ; one clerk of the second class, fourteen hundred dollars ; one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars; and two laborers, twelve hundred dollars, six thousand six hundred and

forty dollars. of equipment For the compensation of the chief clerk of the bureau of equipment and recruiting;

and recruiting, eighteen huņdred dollars; one clerk of the fourth class ; one clerk of the third class; two clerks of the first class ; and one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars, - eight thousand four hundred

and forty dollars. of navigation ; For the compensation of the chief clerk of the bureau of navigation,

eighteen hundred dollars ; one clerk of the second class; one clerk of the first class ; and one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars, — five

thousand two hundred and forty dollars. of construc For compensation of the chief clerk of the bureau of construction and tion and repair; repair, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one draughtsman, one

thousand eight hundred dollars ; one clerk of class four; two clerks of class three ; two clerks of class two; one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars ; and one laborer, six hundred dollars, twelve thousand

eight hundred and forty dollars. of steam en For compensation of the chief clerk of the bureau of steam engineergineering;

ing, 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, eight hundred and forty dollars; and one laborer, six hundred dollars, - seven thousand two

hundred and forty 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 ; two clerks of the third class; two clerks of the second class; three clerks of the first class ; one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars; and one laborer, six hundred dollars, - fourteen thousand six hundred and forty

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; one clerk of the third class; one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars ;

and one laborer, six hundred dollars, eight thousand three hundred and Office of assistant secretary forty dollars ; and the office of assistant secretary of the navy is hereby of the navy

abolished ; and no clerks or other employees shall be appointed or employed abolished.

in the Navy Department except such as are provided for in this act. No other clerks, &c. Incidental and

INCIDENTAL AND CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE NAVY DEPARTMENT. contingent expenses. In office of

Office of the Secretary of the Navy. - For stationery, labor, newsSecretary ;

papers, and miscellaneous 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.

equipment Bureau of Equipment and Recruiting. - For stationery, books, and and recruiting; miscellaneous items, seven hundred and fifty dollars. navigation. Bureau of Navigation. — For stationery, blank books, and miscel

laneous items, eight hundred dollars.

Bureau of Ordnance. — For stationery and miscellaneous items, eight Incidental, &c. hundred dollars.

expenses in bu

reau of ordnance; Bureau of Construction and Repair. - For stationery and miscel- construction laneous items, eight hundred dollars.

and repair; Bureuu of Steam Engineering. — For stationery and miscellaneous

steam engi

neering; items, eight hundred dollars. Bureau of Provisions and Clothing. For stationery and miscellane

provisions and

clothing; ous item-, eight hundred dollars. Bureuu of Medicine and Surgery. For stationery and miscellaneous

medicine and

surgery. articles, four hundred dollars. For the general Purposes of the Nary Department Building. For

Navy Depart

ment building. compensation of three watchinen and two laborers of the building, two thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars.

For labor, fuel, lights, and miscellaneous items, six thousand dollars.
Post-Office Department. — For compensation of the Postmaster-Gen- Post-Office

Department. eral, eight thousand dollars; three assistant postmasters-general, at l'ay of Postthree thousand five hundred dollars each, ten thou-and five hundred dol. master-General, lars; superintendent of money-order system, three thousand dollars;

assistants, &c. superintendent of foreign mails, three thousand dollars ; chief of division of dead-letter office, two thousand five hundred dollars ; chief clerk, two thousand two hundred dollars; three chief clerks, at two thousand dollars each, six thousand dollars; additional to one clerk of class four, as disbursing clerk, two hundred dollars ; twelve clerks of class four, twentyone thousand six hundred dollars; fifty-one clerks of class three, eightyone thousand six hundred dollars; forty-five clerks of class two, sixiythree thousand dollars; twenty-three clerks of class one, twenty-seven thousand six hundred dollars; fifty female clerks, sixty thousand dollars; ten folders, seven thousand two hundred dollars; one messenger, at eight hundred' and forty dollars, and three assistants, at seven bundred dollars each, two thousand nine hundred and forty dollars; nine watchmen, at six hundred dollars each, five thousand four hundred dollars; fifteen laborers, at six hundred dollars each, nine thou:and dollars; making, in all, two hundred and ninety-eight thousand seven buudred and forty dollars. For twenty-five clerks in dead-letter office, under act of January

Dead-letter

office. twenty-first, eighteen hundred and sixty two, twenty thousand dollars.

1862, ch. For contingent Expenses of the Post-Office Department. For blank- Vol. xii. p. 332. books, binding, stationery, fuel, lights, laborers, and furnishing apartments expenses of Postfor additional letter-carriers and clerks of the money-order system, sixty- Office Departfive thousand dollars.

Department of Agriculture. For compensation of commissioner of Department of agriculture, three thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars;

agriculture.

Pay of comentomologist

, two thousand dollars ; chemist, two thousand dollars ; super- missioner, &c. intendent of experimental gardens, two thousand dollars; botanist, fourteen hundred dollars; superintendent of seed-room, eighteen hundred dollars; librarian, eighteen hundred dollars ; superintendent of foldingroom, twelve hundred dollars; three clerks of class four, five thousand four hundred dollars ; four clerks of class three, six thousand four hundred dollars ; six clerks of class two, eight thousand four hundred dollars ; seven clerks of class'one, eight thousand four hundred dollars ; five copyists and attendants in museum, at one thousand dollars each, five thousand dollars; three messengers, at eight hundred and forty dollars each, two thousand five hundred and twenty dollars ; two watchmen, at six hundred dollars each, twelve hundred dollars ; six laborers, at six hundred dollars each, three thousand six hundred dollars ; statistician, two thousand dollars ; assistant chemist, sixteen hundred dollars; assistant superintendent of experimental garden and grounds, twelve hundred dollars ; assistant superintendent of seed-room, twelve hundred dollars ; disbursing clerk, eighteen hundred dollars ; two engineers, one at fourteen hundred dollars,

ment.

and one at twelve hundred dollars; making, in all, sixty-eight thousand

five hundred and twenty dollars. Agricultural Agricultural Statistics. — For collecting statistics and material for anstatistics and annual report.

nual report, fifteen thousand dollars ; one watchman, seven hundred and

twenty dollars. Cattle disease. For continuance and completion of investigations of cattle disease,

fifteen thousand dollars. Contingencies

Contingencies. - For stationery, freight, and incidentals, five thousand in department of agriculture.

dollars.

For purchases for library, laboratory, and museum, five thousand dollars.

For fuel, light, and miscellaneous expenses, three thousand two hundred dollars.

For keep of horses, fifteen hundred dollars.

For cases for museum, repairs of furniture, fences, and water, two

thousand five hundred dollars. Experimental

For labor and repairs in the experimental garden, and purchase of garden.

plants for the same, ten thousand dollars.

For improvement of the grounds, ten thousand dollars. Seeds.

For purchase of new and valuable seeds and labor in putting them Construction

up, twenty thou:and dollars. And this act shall not be so construed as of act.

to reduce the compensation of any employee of the government below the amount allowed in the last or present appropriation bill.

UNITED STATES MINT AND ASSAY OFFICE.

Mint and assay office. Mint at Phila

Mint at Philadelphia. For salaries of the director, treasurer, assayer, delphia.

melter and refiner, chief coiner and engraver, assistant assayer, and seven clerks, thirty-seven thousand nine hundred dollars.

For wages of workmen and adjusters, one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars.

For incidental and contingent expenses, twenty-five thousand dollars. For specimens of ores and coins to be preserved in the cabinet of the mint, six hundred dollars.

For freight on bullion and coin, five thousand dollars. Branch mintat Branch Mint, at San Francisco, California. For salaries of superSan Francisco., intendeut, trea-urer, assayer, melter and refiner, coiner, and six clerks,

thirty thousand five hundred dollars.

For wages of workmen and adjusters, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

For incidental and contingent expenses, repairs, and wastage, sixtynine thousand five hundred and forty-five dollars.

For specimens of ores, three hundred dollars. Assay office, Assay Office, New York. — For salaries of superintendent, assayer, New York.

and melter and refiner, assistant assayer, officers, and clerks, twenty-five thousand seven hundred dollars.

For wages of workmen, in addition to unexpended balances of former appropriations, forty thousand dollars.

For incidental and contingent expenses, fifty thousand dollars. Branch mint

Branch Mint at Denver. — For assayer, who shall have charge of the at Denver;

said mint, eighteen hundred dollars.

For melter, eighteen hundred dollars.
.For wages of workmen, twelve thousand dollars.

For two clerks, at eighteen hundred dollars each, three thousand six hundred dollars.

For incidental and contingent expenses, three thousand dollars. at New Or- Branch Mint at New Orleans. — For the care and preservation of the leans.

branch mint buildings, machinery, and material at New Orleans, three thousand dollars.

Branch Mint at Charlotte, North Carolina. — For the care and preser

Branch mint vation of the branch mint buildings, machinery, and materials, at Char- at Charlotte ; lotte, North Carolina, including five hundred dollars for necessary repairs, one thousand dollars.

Branch Mint at Carson City. For salaries of officers and clerks, for at Carson City. wages of workmen, and for incidental expenses, including acids, chemicals, and postage for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy, seventy-four thousand six hundred dollars.

Independent Treasury. For salaries of the assistant treasurers of the Independent United States at New York, Boston, Charleston, and Saint Louis, viz: treasury,

Pay of assistFor the assistant treasurer at New York, eight thousand dollars; those ant treasurers. at Boston and Saint Louis, each five thousand dollars; and the one at Charleston, four thousand dollars, — twenty-two thousand dollars.

For additional salary of the treasurer of the mint at Philadelphia, fifteen hundred dollars.

For additional salary of the treasurer of the branch mint at New Orleans, five hundred dollars.

For additional salary of the treasurer of the branch mint at San Francisco, California, fifteen hundred dollars : Provided, That there shall be no increase of salary in the foregoing paragraphs relating to the indepen. No increase of

salary. dent treasury over that allowed by existing laws. For salaries of the clerks and messengers in the office of assistant

Salaries of

, . treasurer at Boston, twenty thousand dollars : Provided, That hereafter Boston not to the salaries of the clerks and messengers employed in this office shall not exceed appropriexceed the sum here with appropriated.

ation; For salaries of clerks, messengers, and watchmen in the office of the at New York; assistant treasurer at New York, ninety thousand dollars.

For salaries of clerks, messengers, and watchmen in the office of the Philadelphia; assistant treasurer at Philadelphia, twenty thousand dollars.

For salaries of clerks, messengers, and watchmen in the office of the Saint Louis; assistant treasurer at Saint Louis, cight thousand dollars.

For salaries of clerks, porter, and watch man in the office of the assist- New Orleans; ant treasurer of New Orleans, six thousand dollars.

For compensation to stamp clerk, cashier, and clerk in the office of the San Francisco. assistant treasurer at San Francisco, six thousand nine hundred dollars. For compensation of the depositary at Santa Fé, and the clerk, watch- Appropriations

for depositary at man, and porter in his offie, four thousand dollars.

Santa Fé. For salaries of clerks in the office of the depositary at Louisville, three at Louisviile; thousand five hundred dollars.

For salaries of clerks in the office of the depositary at Chicago, two at Chicago; thousand dollars.

For salaries of clerks and watchmen in the office of the depositary at at Pittsburgh; Pittsburg, two thousand four hundred dollars.

For salaries of clerks and messengers in the office of the depositary at at Baltimore; Baltimore, five thousand dollars.

For salaries of clerks in the office of the depositary at Cincinnati, ten at Cincinnati; thousand dollars.

For compensation to designated depositaries, under fourth section of Designated the act of August sixth, eighteen hundred and forty-six, for the collection, 4*1846, ch. 90. safe-keeping, transfer, and disbursement of the public revenue, five thou- Vol. ix. p. 59. sand dollars. For salaries of additional clerk[s], and additional compensation of offi

Additional cers and clerks under act of August sixth, eighteen hundred and forty-six,

clerks, &c. for the better organization of the Treasury, at such rates as the Secretary of the Treasury may deem just and reasonable, sixty thousand dollars.

For compensation to special agents to examine the books, accounts, Special agents. and money on hand at the several depositories, under the act of the sixth of August, eighteen hundred and forty-six, six thousand dollars. For contingent expenses under the act of the sixth of August, eighteen

Contingent expenses.

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