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For compensation of the Fifth Auditor, and the clerks and messenger 5th Auditor, in his office, twelve thousand eight hundred dollars.

&c. For compensation of the Treasurer of the United States, and the Treasurer,&c. clerks and messenger in his office, thirteen thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For compensation of the Register of the Treasury, and the clerks, Register, &c. messenger and assistant messenger, in his office, twenty-seven thousand two hundred dollars.

For compensation of the Commissioner of the General Land Office, Commiss'r of and the recorder, solicitor, draughtsman, assistant draughtsman, clerks, Office, &c. messengers and packers in his office, ninety-eight thousand five hundred dollars.

For compensation of the Solicitor of the Treasury, and the clerks Solicitor, &c. and messenger in his office, seven thousand four hundred and fifty dollars. Contingencies of the Treasury Department:

Contingencies. For the incidental and contingent expenses of said department, and of the Dept the various offices and bureaus connected therewith, viz:

Office of the In the office of the Secretary of the Treasury:

Secretary For blank books, binding, and stationery, three thousand five hundred dollars;

For labor, one hundred and fifty dollars;
For sealing ships' registers, one hundred dollars ;

For compensation for carrying the department mails, and for arrear-
ages for two years, seven hundred and fifty dollars;
For translations, one hundred and fifty dollars ;
For extra clerk hire, one thousand five hundred dollars;

For printing, including public accounts, two thousand five hundred and fifty dollars;

For miscellaneous expenses, one thousand dollars.
In the office of the First Comptroller:

First CompFor blank books, binding, stationery and printing, one thousand dol- troller. lars;

For labor, four hundred and fifty dollars;
For miscellaneous items, three hundred dollars.
In the office of the Second Comptroller :

Second CompFor blank books, binding, stationery, and printing blanks, seven hun- troller. dred dollars;

For labor, office furniture, and miscellaneous items, five hundred dollars; In the office of the First Auditor :

Ist Auditor. For blank books, binding and stationery, five hundred dollars; For miscellaneous items, one hundred and fifty dollars : In the office of the Second Auditor :

2d Auditor. For blank books, binding and stationery, four hundred and fifty dollars;

For labor, two hundred and fifty dollars;
For miscellaneous items, including printing blanks, one hundred and
fifty dollars.
In the office of the Third Auditor :

3d Auditor. For blank books, binding, printing and stationery, six hundred dol

lars;

4th Auditor.

For labor, office furniture, and miscellaneous items, four hundred dollars.

In the office of the Fourth Auditor :
For blank books, binding and stationery, six hundred dollars;
For printing, fifty dollars;
For labor, fifty dollars;
For miscellaneous items, two hundred dollars.

5th Auditor, In the office of the Fifth Auditor :

For blank books, binding and stationery, two hundred and fifty dollars;
For labor, one hundred and twenty-five dollars;

For miscellaneous items, three hundred and fifty dollars.
Treasurer. In the office of the Treasurer:

For blank books, binding and stationery, four hundred dollars;

For labor, three hundred and seventy-five dollars.
Solicitor.

In the office of the Solicitor :
For blank books, binding and stationery, six hundred dollars;

For printing circulars, blank forms for returns of district attorneys, marshals, clerks of courts, and collectors of the customs, three hundred dollars;

For labor, one hundred and fifty dollars ;

For miscellaneous items, two hundred dollars. Register

In the office of the Register :

For the employment of a clerk qualified to conduct and execute the

statistical compilations and returns required to be prepared in the TreaPost, p. 719. sury Department for the use of Congress, agreeably to the joint resolu

tion of the present session, fifteen hundred dollars;

For blank books, binding and stationery, five hundred dollars;
For printing, five hundred dollars;
For labor, six hundred dollars;

For miscellaneous items, four hundred dollars.
General Land In the General Land Office:
Office.

For stationery, including blank books, and blank forms for the district land offices, five thousand dollars;

For pieces of parchment and printing patents, four thousand dollars;

For advertising land sales in newspapers, and in hand-bill form, public notices, and printing circulars, three thousand dollars;

For office furniture, and repairs of same, one thousand dollars;
For pay of laborers employed in the office, five hundred dollars;

For miscellaneous items and public documents, seven hundred and

eighty dollars. S. E. execu.

For contingent expenses of the southeast executive building, namely: tive building. For labor, four thousand dollars; Contingent

For fuel and light, three thousand seven hundred dollars; expenses.

For miscellaneous items, one thousand seven hundred dollars. War Depart- War Department.For compensation of the Secretary of War, and ment.

the clerks, messenger and assistant messenger in his office, nineteen Secretary, &c. thousand four hundred and fifty dollars ; Commiss'r of For compensation of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and the Indian Affairs, clerks, messenger and assistant messenger in his office, nineteen thou&c.

sand four hundred dollars ; Commissioner For compensation of the Commissioner of Pensions, and the clerks of Pensions,&c. and messengers in his office, thirteen thousand five hundred dollars.

Clerk in office For compensation of the clerk in the office of the Cornmanding of Com'dg Gen. General, one thousand dollars. Adj. General. For compensation of the clerks in the office of the Adjutant Gen

eral, seven thousand one hundred and fifty dollars. Quartermaster For compensation of clerks and messenger in the office of the QuarGeneral.

termaster General, including the clerks that were attached to the pur

chasing department, eleven thousand five hundred dollars. · Paymaster

For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of the General

Paymaster General, seven thousand one hundred dollars. Com. Gen. of For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of the Subsistence. Commissary General of Subsistence, three thousand eight hundred dol

lars. Chief Engi

For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of the neer.

Chief Engineer, five thousand one hundred and fifty dollars.

For compensation of the clerk in the office of the Surgeon General, Surgeon Genone thousand dollars.

eral. For compensation of the clerks in the office of the Colonel of Ord- Colonel of

Ordnance. nance, eight thousand one hundred and fifty dollars.

For compensation of the clerk in the bureau of Topographical En- Topographical gineers, one thousand dollars.

Bureau. Contingencies of the War Department, viz :

Contingencies. For the incidental and contingent expenses of said department, and the various offices and bureaus connected therewith, viz:

and its bureaus. In the office of the Secretary of War:

Office of the

Secretary. For blank books, binding and stationery, six hundred dollars ; For labor, three hundred dollars ; For printing, three hundred dollars; For miscellaneous items, five hundred and fifty dollars; For books, maps, and plans, one thousand dollars; For extra clerk hire, three thousand dollars. In the office of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs :

Commissioner

of Ind. Affairs. For blank books, binding, and stationery, six hundred dollars; For labor, fifty dollars; For miscellaneous items, eight hundred and fifty dollars; In the office of the Commissioner of Pensions :

Commissioner For extra clerk hire, for one year, two thousand one hundred dollars; of Pensions. For blank books, binding, and stationery, four hundred dollars ;

For printing blank forms and regulations, and for advertising, two hundred and fifty dollars;

For fuel, one hundred and fifty dollars;
For miscellaneous items, one hundred dollars;

For rent of houses occupied by the pension office, six hundred dol-
lars;
In the office of the Commanding General :

Commanding

General.
For miscellaneous items, three hundred dollars.
In the office of the Adjutant General :

Adjutant Gen.
For printing Army Register and orders, six hundred and fifty dollars; eral.
For blank books, binding, and stationery, four hundred dollars;
For miscellaneous items, three hundred and fifty dollars.
In the office of the Quartermaster General, and office that was at-

Quartermaster

General. tached to it:

For blank books, binding, and stationery, four hundred dollars;
For labor, one hundred dollars ;
For printing, one hundred dollars;
For miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars;
In the office of the Paymaster General :

Paymaster

General.
For blank books, binding and stationery, two hundred dollars;
For fuel, one hundred and twenty-five dollars;
For miscellaneous items, four hundred dollars.
In the Office of Commissary General of Subsistence:

Comm'y Gen.

of Subsistence. For blank books, binding and stationery, two hundred and fifty dolFor printing and advertising, twelve hundred dollars ; For labor, one hundred dollars; For fuel and miscellaneous items, two hundred and fifty dollars ; In the office of the Chief Engineer :

Chief EngiFor blank books, binding and stationery, two hundred dollars ; For printing, two hundred dollars ; For fuel, one hundred and fifty dollars; For miscellaneous items, three hundred and fifty dollars. In the office of the Surgeon General :

Surgeon Gen

eral. For blank books, binding and stationery, sixty dollars; For printing, fifty dollars;

lars;

neer.

For fuel, seventy-five dollars;

For miscellaneous items, sixty-five dollars;
Colonel o In the office of the Colonel of Ordnance :
Ordnance. For blank books, binding and stationery, four hundred dollars;

For printing, eighty dollars;
For fuel, one hundred and fifty dollars ;

For miscellaneous items, two hundred dollars.
Topographical In the Bureau of Topographical Engineers :
Engineers. For blank books, binding and stationery, four hundred dollars;

For labor, one hundred dollars;

For fuel, two hundred and fifty dollars; Miscellaneous.

For miscellaneous items, five hundred dollars: Provided, That in all Proviso. cases under this bill, when the appropriations for the contingencies of a

department proper, and of the bureaus of that department, or any of them, shall be separately made, the head of the department may in his discretion, consolidate those items of appropriations under the respective heads, and consider them as single sums appropriated for the “ contingencies of the department and its several bureaus;" and, in that case, the head of such department may direct the expenditure of those consolidated sums between the department and its bureaus, having regard to the heads of appropriation, according to his discretion, so far as expenditures therefrom shall become necessary; but such head of a department shall, in his annual report to be made to Congress, state the

portion of it expended for the department proper, and for each bureau. N.W. execu

For the contingent expenses of the northwest executive building, tive building.

viz:
Contingent
expenses.

For labor, four hundred dollars;
For fuel and light, two thousand dollars;

For miscellaneous items, one thousand six hundred dollars. Navy Depart- Navy Department.–For compensation of the Secretary of the Navy, ment Office of Sec. and the clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger in his office, nineretary. teen thousand three hundred and fifty dollars ; Bureau of Na.

For compensation of the chief of the Bureau of Navy Yards and vy Yards and

Docks, and to the civil engineer, draughtsman, clerks, and messenger in Docks.

his office, ten thousand four hundred dollars ; Bureau of Con- For compensation of the chief of the Bureau of Construction, Equipstruction, equipment, and Repairs, and to the assistant constructor, clerks, and mespairs.

senger in his office, nine thousand seven hundred dollars; Bureau of Pro- For compensation of the chief of the Bureau of Provisions and Clothvisions and Clothing

ing, and to the clerks and messenger in his office, seven thousand one

hundred dollars;

Ordnance and Hye drography, and to the draughtsman, clerks, and messenger in his office,

For compensation of the chief of the Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography.

eight thousand four hundred dollars; Bureau of Me

For compensation of the chief of the Bureau of Medicine and Surdicine and Sur- gery, and to the clerks and messenger in his office, five thousand two gery.

hundred dollars. Contingencies For contingent expenses of said department, and all the bureaus conof Department nected therewith, viz: and bureaus.

For blank books, binding, and stationery, two thousand four hundred and sixty dollars;

For printing, three hundred dollars;
For extra clerk hire, six thousand dollars;

For labor, seven hundred and forty dollars; Assistant Sur geon, including reau of Medicine and Surgery, at the rate of fourteen hundred dollars

For compensation of assistant surgeon, detailed for duty in the Buarrearages.

per annum, including arrearages since the twenty-fourth of April, one thousand eight hundred and forty-four, sixteen hundred and fifty sis dollars and fifty cents.

For miscellaneous items, one thousand one hundred and twenty dol- Miscellaneous. lars;

For the contingent expenses of the southwest executive building, viz: S. W. execuFor labor, three hundred and twenty-five dollars ;

tive building.

Contingent For fuel and light, one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars; expenses. For miscellaneous items, one thousand one hundred and fifty dollars.

Patent Office.-For the purchase of such scientific works as are Patent Office. necessary for the use of the Patent Office, one thousand dollars;

Scientific

works. For the collection of agricultural statistics, and for other purposes, Agricultural two thousand dollars;

statistics. For covering the coping of the Patent Office, to protect the building Covering the from injury by water, seven hundred dollars ;

coping of patent

office. For an iron railing on the portico, and for lamp posts, six hundred Iron railing, dollars; which several sums, amounting in the aggregate to four thou

&c.

To be paid out sand three hundred dollars, to be paid out of the patent fund.

of patent

fund. Post Office Department.–For compensation to the Postmaster Gen- Post Office

Department. eral, three Assistant Postmasters General, clerks, messenger, three Postmaster assistant messengers, and two watchmen, of the said department, seventy- General, &c. four thousand three hundred (dollars :) Provided, That no extra com- Proviso. pensation shall be paid to clerks in any department for extra services;

For additional compensation to the four assistant messengers em- Increase of pay ployed in the Post Office Department, two hundred dollars, so as to to 4 assistant

messengers. increase their compensation to four hundred dollars per year; For the contingent expenses of said department, viz:

Contingent For blank books, binding, and stationery, one thousand eight hun- expenses. dred dollars ;

For fuel and oil, two thousand one hundred dollars;
For printing, nine hundred dollars ;
For labor, one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars ;
For day watch, three hundred and sixty dollars ;

For miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars; including compen- Miscellaneous sation to the superintendent of the General Post Office building from including comthe first of January, one thousand eight hundred and forty-two, to the perintendent of thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hundred and forty-four, at the building. rate of two hundred and fifty dollars a year.

For compensation of the Auditor for the Post Office Department, and Auditor, &c. the clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger, in his office, eightyfive thousand seven hundred dollars. For contingent expenses of said office, viz:

Contingent For labor, two thousand and forty dollars;

expenses.
For blank books, binding, and stationery, one thousand one hun-
dred dollars ;

For printing blanks and circulars, one thousand and twenty dollars;
For miscellaneous items, seven hundred dollars;

Surveyors and their Clerks.-For compensation of the surveyor Surveyors and general northwest of the Ohio, and the clerks in his office, eight thou- their clerks.

North-west of sand three hundred dollars.

the Ohio. For compensation of the surveyor general in Illinois and Missouri, Illinois and

Missonri. and the clerks in his office, five thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars.

For compensation of the surveyor general in Arkansas, and the Arkansas. clerks in his office, four thousand three hundred dollars.

For compensation of the surveyor general in Louisiana, and the Louisiana clerks in his office, four thousand five hundred dollars.

For compensation of the surveyor general of Mississippi, and the Mississippi. clerks in his office, three thousand dollars.

For compensation of the surveyor general in Alabama, and the Alabama. clerks in his office, four thousand dollars.

For compensation of the surveyor general in Florida, and the clerks Florida. in his office, four thousand five hundred dollars.

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