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" -J YOWS AM) CO CATV.
1 Too much " laws" to us suit this
I QCiipt- Smith has named his boat
AH orders for paper c;
in be filled
rosv nnd henceforth, by II.
tock & Co.
Some persons around this town
? should be arrested for selling liquor
j to ladSanfe.
I Elder liich trdson, of the Chriss
-j-a Church, has beer, engaged to
" .-each in this city for one yeur.
j . -
! A, Levy has a good cigar for
j 3.50 per box of o'J. lie has a full
j hew assortment of goods.
1 Business eu the iuper Wal'amet
Ifs iRcreasinp, but there is no itnprove
Itueut in navigation.
I . The steamer Huinitr is owned
hjf Mt-ssrs. J. G. Toner, Ilai baugh,
J r.d others. She will be running
I 1 !.;.. r.ittt nr.,) T. ,-".... ,4
VJ3SUO1I Ul'lttct'll una v.i,j "u 1 u uunu.
Jf Messrs. Andrew Willis am Wm.
T4 1 . 1 . I ...... .1 . u . ,
J lirougntoii nave puici.utseu me iiv.
I cry establishment ol Mr. S. Cram, in
I M.j. Jack iStratin-.n, 500 Wash
I ington street, San I'l aneiseo, litis
I placed us again under obligations to
fhim for a file of the be-d Eastern
I The cntei tainmenls at Washing.
5 nn ll.-l I fillil fit thn C.mrt II,..- i
Itwo evenintrs this week. iven liv the i
$ ladies of St. Paul's Episcopal Church,
Viis decidedly successful.
Messrs. Geo. Marshall, C. P
I Church, Capt. J. I). Miller, unf
others, have purchased the splendid i
i brick building on First street, in Uiis ;
I citv, built for the Pioneer Paper;
Factory, and will soon put into it
j thruu run of stone for flouring wheat
Mr..). W. Lewis, oflhis citv, h:is I
a machine which turns out from 450
4 to 000 spokes in a day. A man can
turn out JjO a day by hand. This
machine is now employed r.pon spokes
for gang plows, advertised in another
$ On Weduefduy a little child of j
Mr. J. S. Church, near the Clackamas j
paper mi:!, was badly scalded on its j
I ftee chest and stomach; bv tiie neci. j
V I lii'iital disitl'urge of a cup of hot water
t 3 throii''li an open window, by a ser-
i I va)it in the kitciien.
I - -C -"- -
Jl rorruicc we wish to a
F lion that will tell us zchut is "Honey
Dew." Cap-t. F. (). McCown ha's
i b uu (.a i i n i i i tell U : , I Li ; i Ol
I lioney dew. it is tormtd Hi clusters,
I Jind is as sweet as rt-fnied sugar, v.U
most lote. There is a large, quan
tity of it in tiie forests where this
Mr. X. W. Kanddil, of this city,
has young elms, ten inches ia height,
wcii grew 'from seed of last spring's
blossom. These elms are scarce, and
I Ills fact Sl!""i s!s :i luirsprv Tlio
1 elms of this city were planted some
I IS years ago by Pev. (J. JI. Atkin
? son, the seed having been brought by
1 hi111 from Vermont.
The North American Steamship
j Company advertise that they are
1'iuiiiing "unflinching opposition
I loner rates than ever to New York
I via Panama." The JievaJa will sail
IlM-pteinbii,- 19th, Mid the Orcjonian
JOeUiber 5th. The popular coin
foiaaiier, John R. Kelly, goes in com
f ''Und of the fot iii.r.
Messrs. Walter Bros. Lave late- i
Jy increased their stock of carpets, oil !
loths. paper lian-M,,. inouhlin-r, !
ra'., lt euioing almost every concoiv
5ai,'ej CUt-title of house funu'.shiii"
i . ...
" ' '
i. , .'. ' ' e
'ilioit; yjr i siliil i,.trui. ca'o.t...! .1,., -
letter selected slock
k . f . .-ivv.i
'f goods than can be found on this j
5H"asr, outsidu of tin S.-.n Vv.t,xo
fl,.. 1...1 . ... i . c r,. . . !
wtiolesale houses. Tiiev h.-n-o .-.lsn
a large stock of beautiful oil paint
:ags and tliromo ithoi;raphs, which
they are framing for wall ornamenta
'hm. N e invite special attention to
On Tuesday last Sheriff Myers
attempted to clean up the old jail,
corner of KlulF street and the alley
hcn he found that his ifforts liter-.
iv. nun ,
i icit tne estab ishmont. wirbont I
hooT. The sills ot the wooden part
;!e all rotton and new siiis and floor i
p-:p,. ...oi i, '. , I
''lore will bo necessary to ieak it. at. I
,W , , . . . . ,
( ' - -" tf"u h.eej.iu oi- neauti ot
i prisoner. It will also lie necessary i
put in a new floor in part of the t
Waiil buildiroT Tbp roiintv nn.Oo tn
OU'lUIIIg. A oe- eouniy OUgtll tn ;
;,, - ,. , . i
rar --..vie -uiiik nn 01 uis-.nMfig n uii-s i
propertv and begin the work of erect- i
J ;ig a court house nnd j-eil together
J Ihe present building is utterly unfit
I 'or the uses to whicli it is put.
j IjAws of the United States,
I AT TU8 SKCOND SKSSION OF
I THE iOTU COX3BBSS.
r An Act making appropriations
I xpynsoM of the government for the Year
1 .'.''"tae thirtiedh of Juiu?, eighteen bun
1 -i"cF al sixty-nine.
h enacted by the Senate and House of
1 iiePresentalives or the United States or
-wiuriCA in Congress assembled,
tt , f'dlowing sarns be. and the
If l'"'0are hereby, appropriated, out of anv
i '"')T m Ik.,." ' . ..i
. ... .nt- ue.i-urv uoi oiaetuise ap-
rrSt! f0.r.tbe objects- hereinafter ex-
thif k ucal year ending toe
'je-rri of June, fihteen hundred and
J ame, namely :
,,Cc"1JrcnsatiQn and miieatre of sens-
ui'tc huadrcC aa4 tweuty thcu-uud
dollars, in addition to any unexpended
balance of appropriation ior that purflosu
in the treasury.
For compensation of tin officers, clerk?,
messengers, and others receiving an ai.
,,..,1 i .1 - !
uual stuary in tho service or tne Senate,
Secretary of the Senate, lour thorns- !
and tLree hundred and twenty dollars ;
Oiiicer charged with disbursements of the
Senate. live liunuied auu seventy-six Col- !
lars ; chief clerk, three thousand dollars ; j
principal clerk and principal executive !
clerk in the office of the Secretary of the I
Senate, at two thousand live hundred and j
ninety-two tiolUirs each ; eight clerks ia j
ofliee of the Secretary of the Senate, at !
two thousand two hundred and twenty
dollars each ; keeper of the st-0io e-y I
two thousand one hundred and two dollars ?
and forty cents ; two messengers, at one
; "w uumuivu u;m nmety.six uol- i
V '"- VW. at seven liunured and
iweniy e:ou,.rs ; t-ergonrit-ut-arms and
Doorkeep. two thousand four hundred dot- j
lars ; assistant doorkeeper, two thousau.l !
I ami forty dollars : Postmaster to the
ate. two thousand two-hundr-d duik;rs ; !
assistant postmaster and mail carrier, one '
thousand seven bun.ired and twentv-eight- :
dollars ; two mail boys, at, one thuusaud i
two hnndreil dollars ea'ch ; superintend -nt !
of the document room, one thousand eiht I
hundred dollars ; two assismnts hi do'eu- I
merit room, atone thousand four hunriml I
j and forty dollars each ; superintendent of j
the folding room, one thousand eight bun- i
' dred dollars ; three messengers, aedng as '
J nssistant doorkeepers, at, One thousand !
j eight hundred dollars each ; seventeen 1
messengers, at one thousand i'(,ur hundred j
and forty dollars each ; clerk or secretary i
to the President of the Senate, two thous- !
and one hundred and two dollars and frr?v !
cents: clerk to the Committee on Finance, j
two thousand two hundred and twenty
dollars ; cletlc to the CommiUee on clam s ;
-22o dollars ; clerk to committee on print- j
ing Records, two thousand two hundred
and twenty dollars ; clerk to the Commit- i
tee on Appropriations, two thousand two i
hundred and twenty dollars ; superintend- j
ent in char-re ol the lurnaees, one th
and four hundred and forti
sisLint. in charge of furnaces, eight hundred
and sixty-four dollars ; laborer ia charge
of private passages. $Sti f : two laborers,
at $s!M- each ; chaplain to tin Senate.
$1)0') : one special policeman. $1000: mak
ing $100.02-'J SO.
i- or cor
uit expeiices o
For newspapers and stationery for
ent v-four senators, to the amount of
each. $0,250. !
For Congressional Globe and Appen- J
dix. $20,000. ' i
For reporting and printing the proceed- I
ings in t he Daily Globe tor the third ses- i
s;o;i of the fortieth Congress, $15,000. j
For the usual additional compensation j
, to me reporters oi the senate lor ttie t on-
i gre-sionai Globe for repornncr the Tiro-
ceeuinrs of the .senate for the third se.-rh n
of the fortieth Congress. SWi!) each. $4.00 I. j
i For paying the pubiir-hers of the Con- ;
I trressionai H lobe and Annondix. accoruina- !
to the number of conies taken, one cent
for every live Pages exceeding fifteen
hundred, inciudiug the indexes and laws of
the United States, $lt).b;0
For cieiks to committee's, pages, kor-. 's.
an 1 tarry a' Is. $25. hO".
For expenses of heating and ventilating
apparatus, including coal, wood, a:;d
For pluiiiblug. fas-fitting and labor. $5.-
For packing boxes for senators. K 1.000.
For furniture and carpet-s $10,000.
additional laborers a
For folding uocumen'
1'or miscellaneous ivorr
not 'sic iif taci'ur.s:
For com.p-'nation and
hers o." the Hoi'.se o' lie
delegates ii'. i.a I'eri iU.ri.'
For compe-nsajiou of ti
messenii'rs. and others
s ar.d materials.
miieagi-! of mcm
;i es.entatlves aiel
:-. $ I .ioo.tnri.
hi' O'l-'-ers. clerks.
tech ing an ;.ti-
una! salary in the j Ion j
tivt s, viz : Cho-k of i I
senrati ves.S f 320 : elilef tier
si-iant cb-rk, at $2. 502 e
twelve assistant cbvks rmti!::
at $2.10;) each. $25.;, 20 : c:
-eng"r. and eierk i lie.? Sjev
..ling UbariM: )
.! thief t;i(-.;-ik:u-,
:.t $5 7 0
per eoiy euen.
r -a fur ! -e i i -s-
setigers. at $ I. i-o) ea
nee,-. $i:,00: thrt e :
1.-1 10 (lollais each 4
men. at $- 40 each
k. $ 1.320 : r.e ei:--;-:.-is'aet,
;20 doilurs: six fre
er I.iy. $5, LL:.')!i : lv,r
clerk to Commistec- on V'ays and Mean-,
$2,502 : clerk to Cormit tee on Appropri
aliens. $2,502 ; clerk to the C,ift:::ittee on
is. $2,100 : ci
on Claims, $2,100; Sergeunt-at-ai n s. $2.
502 ; clerk to toe Sc-geant-at arm. $2.1 'Hi;
messenger to the Sergeant-at-arms. $1.-140 ;
Doorkeeper. $2,502 ; fust assist n: doov
kee;er. $2,502 : postmaster. $2,502 . first
assistant postmaster. $2 OSS : five m.-sscn-?:..
e.t $1.72e each: two mail bovs at
$I.tlc0 eacii f chap.'.:! o
i w ) stenograp.
! tendent of iouiing-ioom. $2.10'.).: M-.pertn-i.leiident
and assistant of the doeiiieoetil
i room, at S5 7C. per ti.iy or. eh. $ 2 .2)5 .v) :
el ven messeng-'is. f:v- ai $i$ii0 and six at
i $1.4-10 : twelre messengers during the ss
I sion, at the rate ol $1.-110 per annum. $6.-
I evnTO!, roiiicK.
J For one captain .-$2.03i' ; two lleuten-
ants, at $l.Sotf each. $3.t;t)0 : thirty pri-
vates. at $1.51 each $47.10 ; iwedve
i watchmen, at $1,000 each. $12,000 ; one
P'-'"atendent in the
44 0 :
S;.! ll,l . e.-.n 1 i -e'er. 1 e Y te'l -es S50.)
making in all. $71.7 is ; one half to be
VM iato ttie contingent tuna or n-
Senate ami tne oilier nair meo tne eoiu.u-
geut iuwd of i be House ol Representa
tives : I'ro'-l'ied. Tii it alter the 3n;h day
..( r.,.l.. twi-n r.. I. .. .j ,,f ,1...
,JLI!C. IL'.,.'. lil t.l.J . s J i l ii . i
lice saa.il inrnisti at ineir own ex pi
i ... i. i. : r i,:..i, ..i,.,n
eac.t ins uuii tm.iui ::i. wuilu h.vu i. m
exact conformity to that reijulred by r g-
ulations; and a 1 provisions o:
HV I equir-
!, rr ::i :niTi:0!0.'i.i: i. ei lor S'l
ate hereby repeaieo.
For contingent expenses of the House
of Repres.-nlatives. viz :
For eartag", $3.H .') .).
For clerks to Coi.rnl!:ees nnd temporary
l-.en resell tatiVe'S.
For twemtj'-four copies of the Congres
sional Globe and Appendix, for each
member mid delegate of the liiird session
I. nnd red
ipies of tiie same for the Ib.m-t
as may be
or paying tiie
of the Con-
gressional Globe and Appendix, accord- I
t( t'1!- n';!U'"''r o-' ep;es taken,, one j
cwnt for every five packages exceeding
:,- , - .. . . , ..
iioei.ii mi no i eo. l.iceiooig oie iu,'.i;s u.iu i
the laws ot the l nited States. $'.!.5o). j
'' enable the Secretary of tiie Interior j
purcaase n Tuessr. Little Drown and j
C . ,,i - n i n-, t- . . .... 0 , , : . . . . r . .. .
" "'V " 'i'' "ui-
teenl . eu ,i"ir. r,f i ,. r ,,.,1 C.i. c,.,. ;
'- in. v. .ue . . inn a . mi- j
mes hi oarge. mr oisir.ouiiun agreeaoiv
to Uic a'-,s ot Congress di recti ns the dis- !
I uiiiiiiiwii o use or.ier vo.umes. si.imj. .
j 1-or boding documents, inciu.ling ma- j
; tenals. $12,000, I
eortuei ano ugats. mciuung pntmo-
ing and gas fit
ng, repairs, ami materaus. : f.
rep a 1
For horses and carriages for th
ponatson ot r,ia..s auu ioi me use ci mes-
sengers, sio.oou. f om- messenger, one assistant messenger, in his discretion, to classify the clerks ac-
For laborers. s,.!);j. . .,flll i:,!ve hdmrers. Slnl.'SOO. cording to the character of their services.
For miscellaneous items. b.u.O.K). 1 ia the con'strucfion branch of the treas- For furniture, carpets, and miscellaneous
For stationery and newspapers for two I nry: For supervising architect. $3,000; items for the Treasury bureaus, thirty-five
hundred and fltty members ami .delegates, ; assistant supervising architect. $2,000: for thousand dollars. " '
to the nmonnt ot $li;o eacn. So.-oO. j tor two clerks of class four. $3,000; for i for the general purposes of the treas
For twenty-five pages and three tempo- , four clerks ot class three. S6.400; for two j vkt hepautmkxt Dliildixg, inclcding
rary mail boys. $b. 20. , coerks of cho.5 one. $2,400: and one mess- the extension-.
. For reporting ana puuusnmg piu.eca -
j .p, ltjT;.
j i0 the bim
cry bv him received and dis;
For the usual additional compensation
lo the reporters of House for the Congres
sional Globe for reporting the proceedings
I Silillill lliuuriui l-'vi ,"( ."v ; -
I of the House for the third ses-ion cd tue
fortieth Ccnsr.-is.. :?:00 each. $? .OD.
ings in the Pauy Giooe. Si.-.'u. ; e lease in act 01 -Marc a 14. 1$:M, providing and eleven laborers of the building, six- I
0., t :,-.n, - '-lli Hilt I : T I'l'Vl'lcii. I ria. 1 i.-.r tne" officers, e ieid.- r.r.rl 111..,,... . 1 . ... i c . 1 j . , 1 ,it i
,w"v-. . . . ; . . , - "--"ijcis in 1 teen euousanu. 1111: umiurcu auu oi.iy ur
istcr of the House saad account ; tri construction branch of the Treasury j p. r5 j
k of ihe House, at the end of; Department, is hereby continued in force " Vnr eontin-pnt expenses of said build-
each session of Congress, for all station- j until July 1. ltlrti, and no longer. ta v;7 . for VUeL lisht. labor, and miscel-
... ,eii 1
I T, . r compensation of the Congressional
pPrmter. and the clerks, and messengers i:i I
! bis office, $12,514:-- Prockl-H.1. That the i
siu.trv of ti:' fir.-nn:- s. i ... .
. ' "it. mi.il: ill iin; !
Government Piintimr Ofrice -vi hnn..-. i
be ;-?l.x(t: ..r mm,,.;,
or conungeiit expenses of bis ofiice, j copyists, one messenger, one assistant mes
viz : For Maticnory, postage, ad vertisin" ! senger, and two laborers, in all, si 37.090.
J urn nun
expenses, horses nru
:;d miscellaneous items. $1,500.
r or tne puijlie r)nn!intr. Sli'.i!) 4' 1
For t.uycr lor the public pnuting,$400,-
publiT binding, $316,220 32.
running and engraving for fhe
House, of Representatives,
piove-s in the Government
shall be entitled to twenty
1 nut tne leniale em-
ty per centum ad-
Uitional upon their nresent pav, and the
necesarv amuiint is hereby annronriated
to pay tl.e snuie.
i.iiuiA.'iY or cox;rtEs:s.
For corapeiis.it.'.nn of the libarian, $2,502.
l or three assistant libarians. at S2.1G0 !
each. $(i -i;'.
For two jfs.-ish;
nt libarians. one at $1,
10'.). and one at $1.F
For one messenger
Fur three laborer;
-. at $bbl
For thre e assistan
libarians. at $1,-1 10
eacn. $ t..;..1).
For contingent exnensesof said llbrarv.
For purchase of books for said library,
For purchase of law books for said li
For purchasu of files of periodicals and
For botanic garden, grading, draining.
proeurmg nr.:n:n'i'. l.iio:s. lisel.and repairs.
es arm sum oh, under
Library Committee of
m o: Hi
. For pay
tnnts in bo
of .v.;perin!.enilents and p.ss.is
auie garden and crreeiihouses.
under the direction !' tiie Library Com
mittee of Congress, $11.2lMi.
i'"or i'.o exoeuscs of exchanrr'ner public
fbvuinents j',,r th
the pui)!ie:'tiu:s of ioiviiru '
pro i,U-d bv resolution !
ipproved March 2. 18!7. SI. 500.
CUt'IlT or l T.A I.MS.
For sal lines of live judges of the Court i
Claims, the so.ieitor. assistant, solicitor. I
c'.erk and assistant
e.'.ger thereof, $37.-
For compensation ol" attorneys to attend
to taking testimont-y, witnesses, and com
missioners. $U 500.
For payment of judgments which may
he rendered by the Court in favor o'f
For compensation of the President of
the United States. $2o.00t).
For compensation to tiie Vice-President
oT the United Suites, from March 4, to June
ltfigl. $2.tt22 22.
compensation of secretary to sicn 1
for public lands. Sl.otg). i
upe'.isation to the luivare score- i
tary. assi-iaut secretary, who shall be a!
snort-hand writer, two clerks of
class four, j
steward and messenger. of the President j
;;' the Uniied States. $12,500: l'iovhh:d, i
That so much oi" the fourth sect ion of the !
act of .July 1:3. l$:itk making appropria- I
tiens far legislative, executive, and judi-
eial expenses of the government for the i
year ending June 30. 1Su7, as authorizes
the 'resident of the United States to ap- J
point a cleric of pardon-, and one clerk of '
the fourth class, is hereby- repealed.
j- cv contiogen
five office, inch:
exnenses of the execa-
ijt ri.ic I'rn.oi.No; -I"or
salary of the
i den of the iu.ll in
ii.o ii-tr.-:i oi v.oi'ituoia. S-,0oo.
For ciuipeusittion to tiie laborer iu
e'.uirge of ia. waler-clcscts in the Caoiiol.
cf four laborer:
en.saUoa to tl.e i
i or co
;:ovi o, a
i-rs e;n ;iio
i:o grounds. ; ; :
r.t m '
a tile puo- .
i compciisaoon ol two watchmen
tiie President's House. $1.S00.
For compensation uf the dooi keeper at
tk' Pres. dent's House. $1,000. .
For c-eupensatioti of five watchmen in
rc.-ervatiou nui;'uer i-.yo. $5,000.
b or com ;,ei:sa : i,,n of draw-keepers at
the I'ot.inae bridge, and for fuel, oil, and
lamps. $5. 000.
For compensation of two draw-keepers
at the two bridges across the eastern
:i in ;. i o'omac, and ior fuel, oil.
an ! I.
connKhise.iion of furnace-keeper un-
the Hones of Pepre-
For compense.tion of furnace-keener at
the Prei,ient's House. $7
For clerk iu the ofiice of Public Piiild- j subscriptions for such number of copies
gs, $1,200. I of the Internal Revenue Uecord and Cus-
For messenger in the same office. $1,000. j toms Journal as the Secretary of the Tfeas-l-'or
two policeiuen at tue Presideni's ! urv may deem necessary to supply to
House. $2.(, Ul.
For compensation of the person in
charge oi' the healing apparatus of the Li
brary of Congress, and Supreme Court
For electrician for the Capitol. $1,200.
P;:!'AU I Ml'lNT OF STATIC.
For compensation of the secredarv of
State. Second Assis'
and L'vai.'iiner of (
nt Secretary of Siau. j
aims: Provided. That!
the oince of Examiner of Claims shall be
aboliskeel on the thirtieth day of June,
l-st-O: ar.d Assistant. Secretary of St ite. for
chief clerk, ok
dliion i to ore.
ht clerks of class four, ad
clerk of class four as dis-
nig ciera. nine co.
s of class
clerks o! class two, three clerks of
class one. one messen-rer, one assistant
I messenger, and seven laborers. 03. tSsO dol
! lars: iVoei;?-Z. That the third section of
; the act of An
I act. to amend
pist Is:. lfc'5f. entitled - An
. .,..( ..-.'PI, i.l ' An ..O , I
.ii m,i liimii vi .m iiv ii- t
,,)iT:':;' I"' rii'r.n t'efrut
g fere 'en regulations of commerce j
laid antiiialiy before Congress.' ap-
.1 August 10. 1$ 12, and for other pur- J
" In-.and the same is hereby repealed.
j t'o be
! r r"v
I 1011 TiiK I.C.iKXT.J
! rCXSES OF TIIK i'.
5. AND COX'i IXOKM'
CFAK'TMBXT OF S'l'ATl
; For pnbiishin
the laws in pamphlet j
form and in n
wspapers of the States and
j 'i'erriio' ies . an 1 in the city ot Washington.
I in on.) uoiia:.
sua i.icn,nea:s to. iue .uiou- ieiai.on.-i
and consulates, tnelnding boxes and trans
1 o 'tatioii of t;;e same, 5 ooo dollars.
For stationery, blank books, furniture,
flx'ures. and repairs, li.ooo dollars.
For mi.-eellaneous items. 2.5oo dollars.
-plate printing, books, and
maps, 5.ooo doi'ars.
For extra clerk hire and copying 5,ooo
.. .... -,,, r.,-,r
in; Tin, u.-,.nci;ao i-i i.j o.si-..i o. inc. i.n.!-
pj a:cvv v ) ey the statk picpautmen't.
For compensation of four watchmen, ami
two laborers of the Imilumg. -l.olo noiiars.
i . t- ,!-' t... t a K n I PI -
ror eouongint a ii-u.-i-.- ' ""t
i ......... i- r..l !l,i,k r..r..-ire ,,n,
i ui i vol, i.e. i. ti..iw,
miscellaneous expenses, zo.ooo uowars.
For compensation ot tne &ecret.iry or
ft,e Trea?ury, two Assistant Secretaries of
tin? Treasury, chief clerk, eleven clerks of
i-b,.- f,-,,.. :bii:i..r.nl ru one cb-rk ol cla?s
as u:-bursing clerK. twelve ciei a 01
three, fourteen clerks of class two.
two, (transferred irom
S the Third Auditor's office.) fifteen clerks j Department, one hundred thousand dol-trans-
j 0f class or.e. (two of whom were trans- j birs : Provided. That the Secretary of the
n-nvd from the Third Auditor's office.)
, header, n, m au. 5 18.120 ; and the
i ori'ii-st e oiapt.tooer o: tue ireasury,
chief clerk, six clerks of class four, eight
clerks of ciass three, seven clerks of class
two. (turee or tneru trunsterrcd Irom
Third Auditor's office,) two clems of class
For Second Comptroller of the Treas-
lef clerk, twelve clerks or class
ntv clerks of class three, twenty-
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For Commissioner of Customs, chief
clerk, two clerks of class four, six clerks
of class three, nine clerks of class two,
seven clerks of class one. one .messenger,
and one laborer, ia all. $40,920.
For First Auditor of the Treasury, chief
clerk, three clerks of class four, eight
clerks of class three, six clerks of class
j two. five clerks of class one: also, two
clerks of class turee, lonr crerKs oiciatt
two. and eight clerks of class" one, (trans
ferred from the offices of the Thirtt Audi
tor and the Solicitor.) one messenger and
one assistant messenger, ami one laborer,
in till. $57.5(10.
of the Second Andi-
for. chief clerk, six cleiks of elass four.
fifiv-four clerks of class three, one hun
dred and eight clerks of class two. tivo
hundred and twelve clerks of class one;
also one clerk of class two, and one clerk
of class one, (transferred from Third Au
ditor's office.) one messenger, five assistant
messengers, ami seven laborers, in all.
For compensation of the Third Auditor,
chief clerk, thirteen clerks of class four,
for additional to one clerk of class four. as
disbursing clerk, thirty-two clerks of class
three, ninety-seven clerks of class two,
one hundred and twenty clerks of class
one. ten copyists, three messengers, t.vo
assistant messengers, and seven laborers,
employed in liis office, in all. $377,880.
1 or compensation of the Fourth Audi-J
tor. chic! clerk, lire cieiks of class lour,
eighteen clei ks of elass three, sixteen clerks
of class two, thirty-six clerks of class one,
one messenger, one assist ant messenger,
and one laborer, emplovedin his office, in
For compensation of the Fifth Auditor,
chief clerk, two clerks of class four, four
;s three, seven cieiks of class
I two, fifteen cieiks of class one. six copy
j ists. one messenger, and one laborer, em
! ploved in his oCice. in all. $ 10.1)20.
For compensation of Ihe Auditor of the
Tieasury, ior the Post Ofiice Department,
chief clerk, nine clerics of class four, (ad
ditional to one clerk of class four as dis
bursing clerk.) forty clerks of class three,
sixty-four clerks of class two. thirty-seven
clerks of class one. one messenger, one as
sistant messenger, and eleven Iaboreia,
employed in his ofiice, in all. S220.1GO.
f or compensation of 'he Treasurer of
the United States, assistant treasurer, cash
ier, assistant cashier, five chiefs of divi
sion, two principal bookkeepers, two tel
lers, one chief clerk, two assistant tellers.
iiftCLMi el.'i ks of class four, fifteen clerks of
three, eleven clerks of class two.
nine ciei ks of class one, sixty female
cU-vks. fntee.u messenffeis, live male and
seven female laborers, emrdoved :n h s
oftice. in all. S101.-!
For compensation of the Kegi-der of tiie
Treasury, assistant register, chief clerk.
five clerks of class four, thirteen clerks of
class three, twenty-iive cieiks of class two,
(one of which trauslerred from Third
Audi tor's ofii
one, one me
:v.) eleven clerks of class
-seiiirer, two assistant mes-
s-engers. and two laborers, employed in his
oil! eo, iu all, J50.120 dollars.
For com;jen.ation of the Solicitor of the
Treasury, assistant solicitor, chief clerk,
one clerk of class four, three clerks of
class three, three clerks of class two. (one
of which transferred from the 3d Auditors
oiliee.) one clerk of class oil", one mes
senger, and one laborer, employed in his
ofiice. ia all. 22.100 dollars. J
For compensation of the chief clerk of!
the Light-house Hoard, two Clerks of three, J
one clerk of class two. one clerk of class j
one, one messenger, and one laborer, em- j
ployed in ids ofiice. ia all. 9.520 dollars. !
For Comptroller of th e Currency, depu- j
ty comptroller, clerks, messengers, and j
hi borers employed in his ofiice, iu all, J
fcO 000 dollar-. - - ' 1
For paper, special dies, printing oircu- j
iating notes, ..-;;, rcss charges, ami all ex- !
peases necessarily incurred in procuring !
the samv. in above cilice. 100. 000 dol!a-s. i
For Commissioner of Internal Pcvenue. j
three deputy commissioners, one solku'o-.
seven heads of divisions, thirty-four c erk ; '
of class four, fortv-five clerks of c a-s 1
ree. tiny clerks of elass two. thirty-seven i
vs of class one, fifty-five female clerl s, j
in; setiirers. three assistant messeiiffciSi i
titleen laborers, employed in his ol-
bee, in ail. $5-10.-250 : i Voce V7, That until
a solicitor i appointed in accordance with
law.no part of the moneys hereby an- j
proprhited shall be applied in payment of :
services properly pertaining to such t
For rent. dies, paper, for stamps and in
cidental expenses, includine the Cost of
i For salaries and expenses of collectors.
; assessors, assistant as-e.-s.ors. revenue
': agents, inspectors and superintendents of
j exports and drawbacks, together with the
; expense cd carrying into ell'eet the vnrious
j provisions of tiie several acts providing
! internal revenue, excepting items other-
wise estimated for. 0.00 J.O Kl dollars,
l-Vr detecting and brin Grins' to trial and
punishment persons guilty of violating the
internal revenue laws, or (onniving at the
same, in cases whtire such expenses are
not -t'herwise provided lor bv law, 100,-
FOlt IXC;iKXT., AXn COXTINGENT EXPICXSES j
tiF Tin: t n fas fit y dfpai-tmext.
In the office of the Secretary of the
Treasury nnd the several bureaus, includ- j
ing copying, labor, bindins; sealimr ships' i
registers, translating foreign languages. I
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auv ti i.Mii", uiiu v.M.a eoeiiv mi.; ior ore-
paring and collebting inform itida to be
laid before Congress. and for miscellaneous
hems, fifty thousand dollars. And it shall
be the duty of the Sectetarv to lay before
the Jlor.se of Representatives, annually,
with his. report of receipts and exDendi-
tures. a statement in detail of Ihe disburse-
meats made from the sum herebv annro-
pria'ed. J.lut the Special Commissioner of
the- Revenue shall, after the tlrst of Janu
ary, eighteen hundred arid sixty-nine, un
der the direction of the Secretary of the
Ti easury, act as superintendent of the di
vision ia the office of said Secretary cre
ated by the thirteenth section of the act
approved July twenty-eight, eighteen
hundred nnd sixtv-six, entitled "An act
to protect the revenue, and for other pnr-
j poses."' and called the Pureau of Statistics;
and the Secretary of the Treasury may
a;. point one division clerk, at. the same
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- saiai v as tne iieau or envision, ill tue ounce
: 0l the Coinaii.'
j w ho shall ac
ssioner of Internal Revenue.
t as deriutv to sai l Special
j Commissioner of the Revenue in respect
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io uie saiu oureau. auu exercise ui uis ao-
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! Benoc an po ei a ue long lag 10 una as micu
superintendent, except the franking privi
lege : and the oihce of Director ot tiie lu-
reaii of Statistics is hereby abolished alter
j the first of January, eighteen hundred and
' For stationery for the Treasury Depart
ment and the several bureaus, seventy-five
For temporary clerks in the Treasury
Treasury be. and be is hereby, authorized.
laneous items, seventy-five thousand dol-
' DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
For compensation of the Secretary of
the Interior, Assistant Secretary, chief
clerk, four clerks of cl'aig four, adlitiot!
1 For compensation of twelve watchmen '
to thr disbursing clerks, thre clerks of
class three, four clerks of class two. one
return clerk, one messenger, two assistant
messengers, fine watchman, mnd three
laborers fn his office, in all: foriy-one
thousand five hundred and forty dollars.
OENEKAL LAND OFFICE.
For Commissioner of the General Land
Office, recorder, chief clerk, three princi
pal clerks of public lands, private land
claims and surveys, three clerks of class
four, twenty-three- clerks of chrss three,
forty clerks of ciass two, forty clerks of
class one. draughtsman, assistant draughts
man, two messengers, three assistant mes
sengers, two packers, seven laborers, and
eight watchmen employed in "his ofiice, in
For compensation of additional clerks
iii the General Land Cflice iinder tht act
of March 3. 1855 : For one principal clerk
as director, one clerk of class three, four
clerks of class two. forty
t'l k of f!ns!
and tvo laborers. $58. 640.
l or compensation .of the Commissioner
of Indian Affairs, chief clerk, three clerks
of class four, seven clerks cf class three,
live clinks of class two, one messenger,
one assistant messenger, one laborer and
two watchmen, employed ia bis ofl!ce, in
For compensation of Commissioner of
Pensions, chief clerk, twelve clerks of thss
four, thirty clerks of class three, fifty-two
clerks of class two, fifty clerks of -class
one, one messenger and three assistant
messengers, five; laborers and one watch
man, employed in his office, $215,240.
And the eight clerks of class four, ten
clerks of class three, tivelte ciei ks of class
two. and twenty-five clerks of class one,
authorized by clause in the act of Febru
ary 25. 18C3. may be continued until the
30th of June, LSfiO, and no longer.
For compensation of additional clerks
in the Pension Ofiice, viz : For ten clerks
of class four, eighteen clerks of class three.
Iwenty-four clerks of class two. and
tw enty-eight clerks of class one, $114,000.
For temporary clerks in the Pension
1XCIPEXTA1. AND C0XTIXGKXT EXrF.rJSKS DK
PAIITMKXT OF J lib: 1XTKHIOK;
Ofiice of the Secretary of the Inferior:
For stationery, furniture, and other con
tingencies, and for books and maps for the
For casual repairs of the Patent Office
For expenses f packing and distrib
uting congressional journals and docu
ments, in pursuance of the provisions con
tained in the joint resolution of Congress
approved 2Sth January, 1S57, and act 5th
February. 1859. $(i.00O.
For fuel and lights for the Patent Office
building, including the salaries of engineer
and assistant engineer of the furnaces and
repairs of the heating apparatus, $18,000.
Office of the Commissioner of Indian
For blank books, binding, stationery
and miscellaneous items, including two ot
the daily city newspapers, to be filed,
bound.. and preserved for the use of the
Office of the Commissioner of Pensions:
For stationery, engraving, and retouch
ing plates for bounty-land warrants, print
ing 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 tor detection and investi
gation of fraud. $40,000.
Office of the Commissioner of 'be Gen
eral Land Office :
For cash System, maps, eliagrahis, flta
tionery, furniture and repairs of the Same,
miscellaneous items, including two of the
city newspapers, to be filed, hound, nnd
preserved for the use of the office, for ad
vertising and telegraphing, for miscellan
eous items on account of bounty lahds and
military patents under the Several acts,
and for contingent expenses under swamp
land acL of Seplember 2.S, 1S50. $1(1.000.
sr nvicYous ckxeiui. axp tiil-.hi ci.iciucs.
ror compensation or tne surveyor gen
eral of Muniesota, $2,000,
and the clerks
in his office, $2,500.
For surveyor general of the Territory of
Dakota. $2.1)00. and the clerks in his office.
For surveyor general of Kansas. $2,000,
and the clerks in his office, $4,000.
For surveyor general of Colorado and
Utah, $3.01)0, -and for the clerks in his
For Siirve-yor general of New llexico.
For surveyor general cf California and
Arizona. $3,000. and lor clerks in his of
For surveyor general of Idaho1, $3,000,
and for clerks in his office. $4,000.
For surveyor general of Nevada, $2,500,
and the clerks in his office. $1,000.
For the surveyor general of Oregon.
$2,500, and for the clerks in his office.
For surveyor general of Washington
Territory, $2,500, and for the clerks in his
For surveyor general of Nebraska, and
Iowa. $2,000, and the clerks in bis office,
For survevor general of Montana, 53,000,
"and for the clerks in his office, $3,000.
For recorder of land titles in Missouri,
; r, n a
For services of the clerk of the elistrict
court of the northern district of Mississip
pi, as keeper of the records and files of
the land office at Ponibioc, Mississippi,
from June 4th, Ifc'GO, to June 4th. 10$.
$500 : and it is hereby made the duty of
said clerk, on the passage of this act, to
transfer thfe records and file's afohk-said to
tim register of the land office at Jacksdn.
Mississippi ; and the nineteenth section of
the act of March third. 1853, entitled "An
act making appropriation!) for the civil
and diplomatic expenses of the govern
ment for theyesr ending the 30th of June,
1851,", be, and the same is hereby, re
pealed. For defraying the expenses of Ihe. Su
preme Cdurt and district courts of the
United States, including the District of
Columbia, and also for jurors and wit
nesses, in aid of the funds arising front
fines, penalties, add forfeitures, in the fiscal
year ending June 30th, 1801). and previous
years, and likewise for defraying the ex
penses of suits in which the United Slates
are concerned, including legal assistance
to the Attorney General, and other Special
and extraordinary expenditures in cases
of the S'tpremte Coiirt of the United States
iu which the United States are concerned,
and of prosecutions for Offences committed
against the United Suite's, and fof the safe
keeping of prisoners. $1,000,000.
For compiling and supervising the Bi
ennial Register, $500.
For compensation of the Secretary of
For chief clerk. $2,200.
For four clerks of class four, $7,200.
For additional to one clerk of class four,
as disbursing clerk, $200.
For seven clerks of class three, $11,200.
t or three clerks of class two, $4,00;
eight ciei ks ot class one. $9,000
eenger, $1,000 ; one assistant.
at $;40 ;
one laborer, at $720
two assistant mes
sengers, at $840 each, $l.G80.
OFFICE OF ADJUTANT GENERAL.
For three clerks of class four, $5,400 ;
r.iDe clerks of class three, $ 14.400; twenty
seven clerks of class two, S37,SU0.
For forty clerks of class one. $4S,C00.
For three messengers, at $1,000 eacb,
OFFICE OT QUARTER-Vf ASTER OENF.RAL.
For six clerks of class lour, $10,800.
. For twelve clerks ofclass three, $10,200.
For thirty clerks of class two, $42,800.
..For one hnndreil and eight elerks of
class 01 e, $120. G00.
For thirty copyists, at $900 each, $27.0130.
For one supefinterfdeiTt of the building
occupied by the Quartermaster General,
- For Jour messengers, at $1,000 each,
For six laborers, ot $720 each, $4,320.
OFFICE OF PAYMASTER. GENERAt-
For chief clerk. $2,000.
For four clerks ofclass four, $7,200.
For onr clerk ofclass three. Slt'00.
For iJarec&terks of class three, author
ed bv-!iu-id tic act of l-br-rzry 25l,
lt-Oo. 54.800 : Provided, that said clerks
shall not bo continued after the 30:h of
For twehty-six clerks of class two
For thirty Clerks ot class" one, at $1200
two messengers, at $1,000 each,
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OFFICE OF THE COMMISSARY GEXEr.AL.
"Y iuwr, SI-SUU ; one
f IT if f-rutt ihi-n'a CI tltt. 3
clerR ot craf three. $1,600,
For fourteen clerks of Class
For twenty-four clerks of
One messenger, at $1,000.
.For two laborers, at $720 each. $1,440.
OFFICE OF Til K St UOKOX ti irx K K A t
For one clerk of class four. $1 800 ; for
one clerk of c!a.s three. $1,600; fot trvo
clerks of class two, $2.S0O dollars; loY
fifteen clefkS Of fcias"3 one, $ls.ooo;for
one messenger, l,ooo dollars j one laborer,
. OFFICE OF CIUKF iXGrXKEtt.
For four clerks of class four, 7,2oo dol
lars ; for faur clerlts of tla?s thtt-e, G.4oo
dollars ; for five cieiks of class two. 7,ooo
dollars; fcr three Clerks of class one;
3. Ooo dollars : for two messengers, at l.ooo
dollars each, 2.ooo dollars ; and one la
borer, 720 dollars.
oVnCE OF dtlEF OF Or.PXAXCE.
For chief Clerk. 2.o6'o dollars ; thrCe
clerks of class lotir, 5. loo dollars : for two
clerks of class three, 3.2oo dollars ; for
six clerks of class two. 8. too dollaf-9 J for
ten clerks of class one. 12.ooo dollars; one
messenger, l.ooo dollars ; two laborers, at
72o each. 144o dollars.
OFFICE OF Mir.lTAHY .U STICK.
For one clerk of class four, one clerk of
class three, one clerk of class two, &zd tfl d
c!erk3 of class one. 7,2oo dollart.
For two clerks of class two, 2,Sod
CONTINGENT EXFEXsKS OF TUE WAR DEPART
MENT. Office of the Secretary of War:
For blank books, stationery, labor
books, maps, extra clerk hire, and rcSscel
laueous items, lo.ooo dollars.
Ofliee of the Adjutant General :
For blank books, stationery, binding,
and miscellaneous items, lo.ooo dolisrs.
Office of the Quartermaster General :
For blank books, stationery, binding,
and miscellaneous items, lo.ooo dollars.
Office of the Paymaster General :
Ffcr blank books, stationery, binding,
and miscellaneous items. 15.ocfo dollars."
Chief Engineer's Office :
For blank books, stationery, binding,
and miscellaneous items. 3.5oO dollars.
Ofiice of the Surgeon General :
Fcr blank books, stationery, binding,
find miscellaneous items, including refit of
Oitlico. lo.ooo dollars.-
Offiee of the Chief of Ordnance :
For blurik books, stationery, binding,
and miscellaneous items. 3.ooO dollars.
Office; of Military Justice :
For blank books, stationery, binding,
and miscellaneous items. l,2oo dollars.
FOIl Tilt: GKXEUAn ITKPOSES OF TEE WAK
For compensation of superintendent,
four watchmen, and two laborers of the
building, 4,57o dollars.
For labor, fuel, light, nnd miscellaneous
MCltLDINU OCCUPIED I!V PATMASTEi: GENERAL,
COUNER OF F AND FIFl'EEXTII STREETS.
For superintendent, watchmen, rent,
fuel, lights, and miscellaneous items,
FOP. THE UKNER.iL PrnPOSES OF TilE HOLD
ING CORNER OF F AND SEVENTEENTH!
For compensation f siiperintendent.
fdur watchmen, and tivo laborers lor stt'.d
buildiug, 4.57o dollars.
For luel, compensation of firemen, and
miscellaneous items'. 5.ood elollars.
For painting exterior and interior of
building, papering halls, and repairing
roof, 2,5oo dollars.
For compensation of the- Secretary of
the Navy. 8.000.
For compensation of the Assistant Sec
retary of the Navy. 3..ooo ; Solicitor and
Nat al Judge Advocate General. 2.0(13 dol
lars : Provided. That this office shall cease
cm the 4th day of Match. ISOO, find no
further appropriation for its continuance
shall be made until said office shall have
been established by law ; chief Clerk,
2,2oo dollars ; one fourth class clel k, (aP,o
a disbursing clerk.) 2.000 dollars; four
clerks of the fourth class. 7.2oo dollars ;
live clerks of the third class. 8.000 dollars:
three clerks of the second class. 4 2oo elol
lars ; three clerks of the first class, 3. Goo
dollars ; erne messenger, l.ooo dollars ; one
assistant messenger. Slo dollars ; two la
borers, 1.4 lo dollars.
For compensation of the civil engineer
of the Bureau of Yards and Docks. 2,ooo
dollars; chief clerk, ISoO dollars; one
clerk of the fourth class, l$oo dollars ;
two cieiks of the third class. 3.2oo dollars;
one clerk of the second class, 1.4oo dol
lars ; one cleu-k of the first class. 12oo dol
lars ;one draughtsman, l loo elollars ; one
messenger, l.ooo dollars ; two laborers.
For the compensation of the chief clerk
of the BurcMti of Equipment and Recruit
ing. I800 dollars : one clerk of the fourth
class, I800 dollars ; two clerks of the
third class. 3.2oo dollars ; three Cltdk3 of
the first class. 30oo dollars ; one messen
ger, l.ooo dollars.
For the compensation of IbS chief clerk
of the Bureau of Navigation, I800 dollars;
one clerk df the second class. 14oo dollars;
otic Clerk Of the first class, l2oo dollars ;
one messenger, l,ooo dollars.,
For compensation of the Chief clerk of
th$ Bureau of Ordnance-; in place of the
assistant provided by st-ction three bf the
act of Juiy 5. 1S02. I800 dollars; one
dfaughtsfiian, llob dollars ; one clerk of
the second class, l loo dollars ; one mes
senger, l.ooo dollars; one laborer. 72d
dollars: One laborer, 570 qollar3.
For compensation of the chief clerk of
the Bureau of Construction and Repair,
isoo dollars ; Ofte drahgbtSuian. ISoO dol
lars ; one clerk of class foiir. two clerks of
Class three-, two clerks of class two, 7. 800
dollars; one messenger, l.ooo dollars; one
laborer. 72o elollars.
For compensation of the chief clerk of
the Bureau of Steam Engineering. I800
dollars; emu draughtsman, lloo dollars ;
one clerk of the se-cond class, 14. 00 dol
lars jOne assistant draughtsman, 12oo dol
lars; one messenger, l,ooo dollars ; one
laborer. 72b dollars. g , .
For Compensation cif tne chief clerK of
the Bureau of Provision and Clothing.
ISoo dollars; one clerk of. the fourth class.
lSod dollars; three clerks of the- third
clas.1, 4Sbo dollars ; six Clerks Of ihe sec
ond chess. 7,2oo dollars; three Clerks of
the first class. Sfibb dollars; One messen
ger, l.ooo dollars ; one laborer, 72o dol
lars. For compensation of ihe chief of. tae
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. 3.5oo
dollars; one clerk of the fourth class.
I800; one clerk of the third class. IGoo
dollars : one messenger, l.ooci dollars; one
laborer j 72o dollars.
INCIDENTAL AND CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF
THE NAVY DEPARTMENT.
Office of fh'e Secretary of the Navy, for
stationery, labor, newspapers, and miscel
laneous items; 2.84o dollars;
DtuE.itT or Yards and docks.
Fof stationery, books, plan's, drawings,
and miscellaneous items. 800 dollars.
IlfREAfc OF EQVIPMENT AND KFCRCITINO.
For stationery, books, and miscellaneous
items, 75o dollars.
DEREAU OF NAVIGATION;
For stationery, blank books, and rriiscel
lane'oua items. 800 dollar's.
IlfREAtr OF ORDNANCE.
For stationery arid raiscalianeous items,
lUVREAi: OF CONSTRrCTlON AND REPAIR.
For stationery and miscellaneous items,
EI F.EAC OF TEAM ENGINEERING.
For stationery and rtiseellaneons items,
rcKEAr of rnovisnoNs axpclotring.
For stationery and miscellaneous items,
EUREAL- OF MEDICINH AND SURGERY.
For stationery and nii5ceil;ineQU-i articles
fcr tee general purposes of the jfayy
For compensation of five watchmen nnd
two laborers of the building. 4.752 dollars.
For labor, fuel, light!, and miscellaneous
items. G.000 dollars.
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT.
For Compensation" Of fhf. roAfmni-tfr
'General, 8.000 dollars: liri'- Assistant
Postmasters General, at Ji.5oo dollars eacb,
lo.Soo dollars; superintendent of money
order system. 2.5oo dollars; chief clerk.
2.26o dollars; three chief clerks, at 2.ooo
dollars eaCh. G.ooo' dollars; additional to
one cU'rk 6f Class four, as disbursing clerk,
2oo dollars; eleven clerks of Class four,
10.8od dollars : forty-nine Ch-rks of class
three, 78.4oo dollars; forty-fire clerk3 of
Class two, Lo.ooo dollars- tweuty-ttirt:
clerks of class one, 27,Coo dollars: filty
female -clerks, at ninfc btrndred dollar)
each. 45.000 dollars; teti folders. 7,2oo dol
lars; one meSSe-)ger and three assistafits, at
l.ooo dollars e-acb. 4,000 dollare; nine
watchmen, at 72o dollars each. ti.48o dol
lars ; Rtteen laborers, at 72o dollars eacb,
For wenty-livC clerks Jfi dead letter
office, under act Cf Janifarv 21st, 1862
For temporary clerks. 2S.ooo dollars.
FOR CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF TUE POST
For blank books, binding, stationery,
fuel, lights, laborers, and furnishing ap
partments for additional letter-carriers
and clerks of the money-order systenij
05. 000 dollars.
DEPAIiTMENT OF AGRICULTURE;
For compensation of Commissioner of
Agriculture, 3.ooo dollars; chief cle'rk.
2.ooo dollars ; entomologist, 2.6oo dollar;
chemist. 2.000 dollars; superintendent of
experimental gardens, 2.000 dollars ; bot
anist. 14oo dollars: superintendent of seeel
roOm, Iboo dollars: librarian, I Boo dollais;
superir.tendetit of folding-room. 12oo dol
lars; two clerks of class four, 3. Goo dollars;
four clerks of class three. G.4bo dollars;
six clerks of class two. S.foo dollars; seven
clerks of class ofte, 8, too dollars: five copy
ists and attendants in museum, at l.ooo
each. 5.eoo dollars : three messengers, at
fclo dollars cftch, l,53o dollars; t wo watch
men, at 8Gi dollars t'ach, 1.728 dollars; sii
laborers- at 720 dollars each'. 4.32o dollars;
statistician. 2.ooo dollars; assistant chem
ist. l,(ioo dollars: assistant superintendent
of experimental garden and grounds. 1.2oo
dollars; assistant superintendent of seed
room, 1.2oo dollars: disbursing clerk, l,8oo
For Collecting statistics and mafefial fof
anntial report, lo.ooo dollars : Provided.
That hereafter the accounts of the Agri
cultural Department shall b audited by
the First Auditor of the Treasury 'Depart
ment, and revised and certified by the
First Comptroller according to larv.
coxt.'ng en c! :-:.-;.
For stationery, lrcigbt. and incidentals,
For purchases for library, laboratory,
anel museum. 5.oob dollars.
For fuel, light, and miscellaneous ex
penses. 3.2tio dollars.
For keep of horses. 1.5oo dollars.
For labor and repair in the experiment
al garden, and purchaso of plants f or the
same, 10.000 Uuiiars.
For purchase of new and valuable seeds
and labor in putting them up, 2o,ooo dol
lars. rdh THE NEW IIUli.DING.
For beating apparatus, 15,ood dollars.
For gas fixtures. 2.8Jo dollars.
For cases for museum, 388o dollars.
For painting walls, and fitting up bath
rooms, 0.255 elolliifs.
For purchase bf furniture ahd fitting up
laboratory. l2,5oo dollars.
For gradit;. forming roadl ahd walks,
ahd improving the grounds. 12.ooo dollars.
DiifAittMEt or eucCatio.
For Conipeiisation of commissiohers of
Education, f 4,ooo ; chief clerk, Ooo ; one
clerk of class four 51,3eO ; and one; clerk of
cbiss tluee. $1 ;(to0.
For stationer-, blank books, freight, ex
press charge's, library, miscellaneous items,
and extra clerical help, fl,iO0 ; in all $2o,
OOO; Provided, That Irom the thirtieth day
of June, citrhtecii h 11 ml red and sixty-nine,
the IK'pariir.k'iu of Education shall ceiis,
and there shall be established and attached
to the Department of the Interior an office
to be demoiiinated the otficte of education,
the chief officer of which shall be the Com
missioner of Education, at a salary of 3;
000 per nhtium, who Shall, under the direc
tion of the Secretary of the Interior, dis
charge all siu-h duties, aud superintend; ex
ecute, and perform all such uctx and thing
touching and respecting the said ollice of
education as are devolved by law upon said
Commissioner of Education.
UNITED STATES MINT AND ASS AT OFflCK.
JilNT AT PUILAPELl'filA.
For Salaries of the director, treasurer s
sayer, melter and refiner; chief coiner and
engraver, assistant assayer, and seven clerks;
$3y.40e; J'roeidrd, That from and aftt-r the
first of July, eighteen hundrtd and nixty
seven.the anuuiil compensation cf the weiirh
ing cleik shall be $2000, nnd thecompensalb h
of the calculating; tiCcotuitiug; and warrant
clerks shall be?l,8oe each.
For wages of workmen and adjusters,
For contingent and incidental expenses,
For spebtmerls of ores and Coins to be pre
served 111 the cabinent of the mint. $ii00;
For freight ou bullion and coin, $5,000.
BRANCH MIXt At SAX Fit ASCISCO, CALIFbBNlA:
For salaries of supertiuendent, treasurer,
assayist, melierand retiuer, coiner; and six
For wage) of workmen and adjusters,
For incidental and contingent expenses,
repairs, and wastage, $S'VOo; J'njcided,
j that hereafter all "available proms ot the
I United States mint and brunches shall be
covered into the treasury, to be expended
only by a specific Rpproprtiitiou.
For specimens of ores, !fo0o.
assaT orJ-icK; new Tonki
For Salaries Of superintendent, dSsiiyer
find melter and refiner;, assistant assay er,
officers, and clerks, $'25;T00:
For wags of workmen, in addition to un
expended balances of former appropriations;
For incidental and contingent expenses,
$50,o0V. ' ,
SrtAxcii mist At pexvepI.
For superintendent, aSsayer. meltc'r atid
refiner; coiner and clerk, $18,000.
For wages of workmen, $14,82 0:
For incidental and contingent expanse's,
Btt.exCu MiXT at Sew Orleans.
For the care aud preservation of the brriijch
mint buildings, machinery, and material at
New- Orleans, 3,UO0.
BEA.VCU MINT AT CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA.
For the bare and prc.-ervaticm ot the
bruuch niifii bhibJing?, machinery, and ma
terials, lit Ch!irIotte;Norlh Carolina, includ
ing $500 for necessary repair, $i,oo0;
For salaries of the assistant treasurers bf
the United States, at New York, Boston,
Charleston, and St; j-Jiiis, viz : For the as
sistant treasurer at New York $s,ooO ; those
at liostou and St; Louis, each; ?5,0oo and
the one at Charleston, 2,.Vmj 5 and after the
Both of June, eighteen hundred and sixtf
eischt; the annual salary of lhf assistant
treasurer a Charleston shall be $4;ioi; nnd
that amount is hereby appropriated $22,
O'.io, Fof additional Salary of the treasurer of
tha mint at fhilatielphia, Sl,.v:0.
For additional alilry of the treasurer Of
the branch inirt at Ncv Orleans, $5(0.
For additional salary of the treasurer of
the branch mint at Denver, J500;
For additional salary of the treasurer of
the branch mint at San Francisco; Califor
nia, $1,500: J'rotuied, 1 hat there shall be
no increase of salary lit the foregoing para
graphs relating td tiie independent treasury
uver that allowed by existing laws.
For salaries of the clerks and messengers
in the othec of assistant treasurer at Boston,
$25 200: '
For salaries of clerks, fnessrtiger; watch
rhea iii the cilice of the assistant treasurer at
h ew York; SlHVnXe -
For salaries of clerks; messcn jers, and
watchmen in the otlice of the ai-,is,tanl treas
urer at Philadelphia, $!4,S3.V
For salaries of clerkti, messengers, and
watchmen iu the office of the a-iaiataut trea
urer at Saint Louis, $10,5fiu.
For salaries of clerks, porter, and wafeb
trieu in the eifliceot" the asaisUnt treasurer at
New Uileaus, j.iXio. . '
For compensation to stamp clerk, cashier,
and clerk, in the ollice cf lUo assistant trriai
urer at Sau Francisco, siu.St'j.
For conipensaiiua of the depositary at
Santa Fe, aud tUe clerk; watcniuan, and
porter in his ofiice, 4, to.
For salary of the clerk to the acting assis
ted treasurer at L'-'aver, siox.
For salaries of clerks id ihe office of tff
depositarr at lAuisville $.',S4'.
For salaries of" clerk in the office f Wtf
depositary at Chicago, $2,600.
For salaries of clerks and watehmen in tint
ofiice of tiie depolitary at Pittsburg, $M09.
For salarie-1 of clerks and fflessengtirs ii
the of5c6 of the depositary at ifaltimore,$7,
600. For salaries Cf clerks in the office of in
depositary at Cincinnati; SH.SSO. ,. . -
For salaries of additional clerks; and ad
ditional cortiperfsafiotr of officer and c'vrks,
undoractot AugOst ?; 1S4S; for. the better
organization of the treasiirt, at sucb rt
as the Secretary of the treasury may datiui
just and reasonable, $15,000; i
For compensation to designated deposita
ries, under fourth section of the act of Aug
ust 0, 1 4., for the collection, SfrW-1c.eepifi-V
tramyfer, nnd disbursement of the publi
For compensation to special agents t -amine
the books, accodntn, and money of
hand at the serernl deposttnries, under tlrf
act of .August 6; 1S46.- $6,-000 . ' -
For contingent expenses under the set cf
August 6, 1S56; farthe collection, safe-keeping,
transfer, and disbursement of the publn:
revenue, in addition topremrunt which mnr
be received ou transfer drafts, $lOrt,Ooo":
Provided, That no part of said snm shall be
expended for clerical serrices; . -'
For checks and certificates of deposit for
oflic of assistant treasurer at New York and
Other otlices. $s,0o0.
oovenxxEXTS 1 THfc territosies
TKilRITOHT OF NSW MEXICO.
For salariesof governor, chief justice, twa
associate justices, and secretary, $12,0'H
' For oiitidgcni expfuecs df suid Territorr,
For interpreter and translator ia the ex
eeutive otlice, 500.
For coripensatiori and mileage of the"
senibcrsof thfc legislative assembly, officii -plerk.-s,
and tontingeut expenses of the a"
senibly, fao.OOO. - ,
TKRRlTORT Of UTAH.
For Salaries of goreruyr, chief justice, lwr
associate judges, and secretary; fl -.'.'oo.
For contingent expenses bf said Territory
$1,500; , ;
For compehsa'iion and rnilesfce ot the
rherhbers ot the. lt-j-lslhtire afsj-ehibly, offlceri;
clerks, and contingent expenses of the as
TfcRRlTORf OF WASHINGTON.
For stilarics of governor, chief justice, two
HStitiate jwdsjes, arid secretary, $12,500.
For contingent expenses of said TerrU
tart. ? 1,5001
For compensation and mileage of th
members Cf the legislative asaeuibly, olGeeri
clerks, and Cohtiugeht expense of the ae
sembly; $2e,oou. ,.
' TERRITORY OF CO'lOP-AKO.
Fof Sulaties of governor aud superintend
int of Indian affairs, chief justice, aud twt'
associate judges, and secretary, $11,800.
For contingent expenses of aid Territory
For fcornpensfltipn . and mileage nf the
members of the legislative assembly, officer,
clerks and contingent expenses of the .
. , tEERfTtiRY Or DAKOTA.
For salaries of governor and superintend
ent of Indian affairs, chief justice and tw
associate judges, and secretary;
Eor cdiitingent expenses of said Territory,
I or compensation and mileage of the roein:
bers of the legislative assembly, officer.
clerks, and contingent expenses of the a-se-mbly,
TERRITORT OF ARIZONA.
For salaries of governor, chief justice and
two associate judges, ahd Secretary. $l2.0'rt.
For contingent expenses of the Territory
Fcr interpreter ahd thanslator in the ex
ecutive office, $500. -,
For compensation nnd rmleage of the
members of the legislative assembly, officer;
clerks, and contingent expenses of the aj
TERRITOBT OF IDAHO;
For salaries bf governor, and Superin
tendent of Ineiian aO'iiirs, chief justice and
two associate judges, and secretary, $l-!,'0o;
For contingent elpSDses of the Territory,
SLOW. For tb'mperisaiibn nh'd fhilesge of the
members bf tt e legislatite assembly, ofEcertt;
clerks, and contiugcul expenses of the as
TEKItlTORT Of VONTANA.
For compentiou of gdrernor and superb
intendent of Indian affairs, chief justice and
two associate judges, and secretary, $1z.Ck;
For contingent expenses Of the Territory;
$ 1 ,0"0.
For compensation nnd mileage of th
members of the legislative assembly, otlicerej
clerks, and contingeut expenses bf the -senibly,
$2'J,0eii); Prveidtd, That the several
amounts herein appropriated for the ex
penses of the legislative asemblie, shall
tuily be expended in payment for biennial
sessions, titer the first day bfjjuly lleit.
OFFICE OF THK ATTORXET GENnAt.
For salaries of the Attorney General Al
sistaut Attorney General, law clerk, and
chief clerk, twd clerks trf fclaSs four, tntf
clerks of class three, one clerk of class one;
and one messenger; in bis ofiice, $25,20O.
Contingent expenses of the office of thS
Attorney General, namely:
For fuel, labor, furniture; Stationary; au4
miscellaneous itei.fs, $5,000;
For purchusfl of law and necessary boeke
for the oftice of the Attorney General, $lji
jctrrlcsa of the gcrRSHc dot-kiF trwa rttrtti
, STATES. ,
For salaries Cf the chief justice end six as
sociates justices; $12,500. ; '
For one associate justice, $C, 000.
For traveling expctises of the judge alt
Signed to the tenth circuit for sttendine tt;
siod bf the Suprebie Court of th6 Lniud
States, $l,'ut'X). ,
FCr salaries elf tbd district judgcg of t
United States, $165-000. .
Fot Salaries of the chief justice of the
prinife court Of the District of Cultitnbia, the
associate judges, and judge of r the orphan'
For salary bf the reporter bf decision ef
tiie Supreme Coiirt of the United State;
For cdmpensatioh of the dutrict attorneys;
$li;500; ahd that the district attorney fr
Nevada shall receive a salary fbr extra mtr-
vices of $200 per aunuttl, and the Secretary
of the Treasury is hereby authorized to audit
and pay out of any moneys in the treasury.,
not otherwise appf-opriated, the Salaries of
the present incumbent and hi predecessor;
li. M. Clark, at the rale of $2o0 per annuin
for their services. . .
For corapensatiofl of tUe district marshal;
Sec. : And he ii furtfur tndcUd, That tha
provisions of section ten of an act 'nikio-f
appropriations for Sundry civil expense of
the government for the year ending June
30th, 1HS; and fdr - other purposes," ap
proved March 1, 1517, be.and they are here
by extended to one additional newspaper in
the district of CtihimbiJt frbm the date of
the approval of said act, the snroe to be -lectetl
by the" Cle'rk of the llotise Of Keprci
Sentalivesi , , ;.
Sc. Z. Ah't ic it fvrlntr enacted. That all
acts or parts of act authorizing the publica
tion of the debates iu Congress are hereby-?
repealed fraiit aifd after the fourth day of
March next, and the Joint Committee en
l'i-ihtin'g is hereby authorized and required
to invite proposals for the publication of the
actual proceedings and debates in Congress;
upon a plan and specifications to' hi previ
ously published by tbent, atid shall also as
certain the cost of such publication by tha
Superinteudeat of Public Printing, and shall
report as soon a practicable such proposal;
and estimate of cost; together with II bill W
provide for the publication of the debatM
und proceedings Cf Congress.
Sec. 4. And he it farther enacted, That all
advertisements, notices, proposals for con
tracts; cxefctftive proclamations, treaties, and
laws be published in the District of Col
ombia, Maryland, and Virginia, shall be pub
lished tn the papers now selected cinder the
provisions of section ten of an act approved
March Sd, 1SG7, entitled ,fAb act makiug,
appropriations for sundry civil expeiisra of
the government for the year etidirlg 4une
aoth;.lS6S, and for other perpo-tes nnd shall
aloo be published in the paper selected un
der the provisions of the Second section ef
this act; Proeidtd; . That no advertliemtnt
to any State, . District, or Territory- other
than ihe District of Cotambia, Mary land, or
Yirgiuia ishall be published in the pipefaae
aiguated, unless at the direction- first nictde
ot the proper head of a department.
Se6. 5. And I it further enheUdi Thai
each night watchman at the Treasury le
partmeut shall, frort the first day of July.
I SitS, receive a canij cusaiiori of $'.iC0 pr an
num, and an- amount auflicfent to f f saiet
increased compimsatioq for the fiscal year
ending )une 0, 18i9, is hereby appropriated.
See. 6. And be it ftlrtJ.er enacted. That n
statuary, pair-tings, OT oilier irticlea, the.
property of private individual. ball here
after be allowed to be exhibited in the ro-
tnnda or aur trfhef portion Of the Capitol
building ; and it shall be the duty of theatj
pcrinteudent in charge of tlrC publi bujld
ings to remove ail sueh stutur.ry, paiDtmgi
or ether articles, being the property of fn-r
vate individuals', r.o.v in the Capitol.-, -j
Approved, July 2? 16511.-
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