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ceive no fees, &c. whatever for performing the duties of the office, or in connection therewith,

otherwise than as aforesaid ; assistant doorkeeper, two thousand five hundred and ninety-two dollars ; postmaster to the Senate, two thousand one hundred dollars; assistant postmaster and mail-carrier, one thousand seven hundred and twenty-eight dollars ; two mail-carriers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each ; superintendent of the document-room, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars; two assistants in document-room, at one thousand four hundred and forty dollars each ; superintendent of the folding-room, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars ; three

messengers, acting as assistant doorkeepers, at one thousand eight hundred Appointment dollars each ; twenty messengers, to be appointed and removed by the and removal of certain messen

sergeant-at-arms, with the approval of the committee to audit and congers.

trol the contingent expenses of the Senate, at one thousand four hundred and forty dollars each ; secretary to the president of the Senate, two thousand one hundred and two dollars and forty cents; clerk to the committee on finance, two thousand two hundred and twenty dollars ; clerk to the committee on claims, two thousand two hundred and twenty dollars ; clerk of printing records, two thousand two hundred and twenty dollars ; clerk to committee on appropriations, two thousand two hundred and twenty dollars ; one laborer in charge of private passage, eight hundred and sixty-four dollars; one laborer in stationery-room, eight hundred and sixty-four dollars; one special policeman, one thousand dollars ; chaplain to the Senate, nine hundred dollars ; chief engineer, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars ; three assistant engineers, at one thousand four hundred and forty dollars each ; two firemen, at one thousand and ninety-five dollars each ; three laborers, at seven hundred and thirty dollars each ; making, in all, one hundred and twenty thousand two

hundred and twenty-eight dollars and eighty cents. Temporary For temporary clerks in the office of the secretary of the Senate, ten clerks.

thousand dollars. Contingent ex For contingent expenses of the Senate, viz. :penses. Stationery and

For stationery and newspapers for seventy-four senators, at the rate of newspaperg. one hundred and twenty-five dollars each per annum, nine thousand two

hundred and fifty dollars.

For stationery for committees and officers, five thousand dollars. Clerks to com

For clerks to committees, twenty-five thousand dollars. mittees Pages, &c. For fourteen pages for the Senate-chamber, two riding pages, one page

for the Vice-President's room, and one page for the office of the secretary

of the Senate, making eighteen pages in all, at the rate of three dollars Appointment per day while actually employed, said pages to be appointed and removed and removal of by the sergeant-at arms, with the approval of the committee to audit and pages.

control the contingent expenses of the Senate, eight thousand dollars. Horses, &c.

For horses and carryalls, seven thousand dollars. Fuel, &c. For fuel and oil for the heating-apparatus, eight thousand dollars ; for

Furniture, labor, &c. furniture and repairs of furniture, five thousand dollars ; for labor, thir

teen thousand dollars ; for folding documents, and materials therefor, eight Packing boxes. thousand dollars ; for packing-boxes, seven hundred and forty dollars; for

miscellaneous items, exclusive of labor, thirty thousand dollars. Additional

For the usual additional compensation to the reporters of the Senate for compensation to reporters for Con- the Congressional Globe, for reporting the proceedings of the Senate gressional Globe. for the session of the forty-second Congress, beginning on the first

Monday in December, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, eight hundred

dollars each, four thousand dollars. Capitol police. Capitol Police.- For one captain, two thousand and eighty-eight dol

lars ; three lieutenants, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each ; twenty-seven privates, at one thousand five hundred and eighty-four dollars each, forty-two thousand seven hundred and sixty-eight dollars ;

and eight watchmen, at one thousand dollars each, eight thousand dollars; Into what funds making, in all, fifty-eight thousand two hundred and fifty-six dollars, one

half to be paid into the contingent fund of the House of Representatives, to be paid. and the other half to be paid into the contingent fund of the Senate. House of Representatives

. - For compensation and mileage of members Pay and mileof the House of Representatives and delegates from Territories, one age of representamillion dollars.

tives and dele

gates; For compensation of the officers, clerks, messengers, and others receiv- of officers, ing an annual salary in the service of the House of Representatives, viz. : clerks, &c. clerk of the House of Representatives, four thousand three hundred and twenty dollars ; chief clerk and journal clerk, three thousand dollars each; six assistant clerks, at two thousand five hundred and ninety-two dollars each ; one assistant clerk, at two thousand five hundred and twenty dollars ; eight assistant clerks, including librarian and assistant librarian, at two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars each; one chief messenger, in the office of the clerk of the House, at five dollars and seventy-six cents per day; three messengers, at one thousand four hundred and forty dollars each ; one messenger in the House library, one thousand four hundred and forty dollars; one engineer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; three assistant engineers, at one thousand four hundred and forty dollars each ; six firemen, at one thousand and ninety-five dollars each per annum ; for clerk to committee of ways and means, two thousand five hundred and ninety-two dollars ; clerk to committee on appropriations, two thousand five hundred and ninety-two dollars ; clerk to committee of claims, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars ; clerk to committee on the public lands, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars ; clerk at speaker's table, at five dollars and seventy-six cents per day ; private secretary to the speaker, two thousand one hundred and two dollars and forty cents ; sergeant-at-arms, four thousand three hundred and twenty dollars ; Provided, That hereafter he shall receive, directly or indirectly, no fees or other Sergeant-atcompensation or emolument whatever for performing the duties of the arms, to receive

no fees, &c. office, or in connection therewith, otherwise than as aforesaid ; clerk to the sergeant-at-arms, two thousand five hundred dollars ; paying teller for the "sergeant-at-arms, one thousand eight hundred dollars ; messenger to the sergeant-at-arms, one thousand four hundred and forty dollars ; door keeper, two thousand five hundred and ninety-two dollars ; first assistant doorkeeper, two thousand five hundred and ninety-two dollars ; postmaster, two thousand five hundred and ninety-two dollars ; first assistant postmaster, two thousand and eighty-eight dollars ; four messengers, at one thousand seven hundred and twenty-eight dollars each ; five mail-carriers, at one thousand and eighty dollars each ; chaplain of the House, nine hundred dollars; two stenographers, four thousand three hundred and eighty dollars each ; superintendent of the folding-room, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars ; superintendent and assistant superintendent of the document-room, at five dollars and seventy-six cents, per day each ; document file clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars ; eleven messengers, five at one thousand eight hundred dollars, and six at one thousand four hundred and forty dollars each; twelve messengers during the session, at the rate of one thousand four hundred and forty dollars each per annum, five thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars ; making, in all, the sum of one hundred and fifty-three thousand four hundred and twenty-two dollars.

For contingent expenses of the House of Representatives, viz.:-- Contingent exFor cartage, six thousand eight hundred dollars.

penses. For clerks to committees, and temporary clerks of the House of Repre- Clerks to comsentatives, thirty-three thousand one hundred dollars.

mittees, &c. For messenger to the committee on appropriations, one thousand three hundred and fourteen dollars.

For messenger to the committee of ways and means, one thousand three hundred and fourteen dollars.

Folding For folding documents, including pay of folders in the folding-rooms and

materials, one hundred thousand dollars. Fuel.

For fuel, eight thousand dollars. Horses and car

For horses and carriages for transportation of mails, and saddle-horses riages. for

the use of messengers, ten thousand dollars. Furniture. For furniture, and repairs of the same, ten thousand four hundred

dollars.

For packing-boxes, two thousand six hundred dollars.
For laborers, thirteen thousand six hundred and fourteen dollars.

For miscellaneous items, sixty thousand dollars. Newspapers For newspapers and stationery for representatives and delegates, at one and stationery. hundred and twenty-five dollars each per annum, thirty-one thousand two

hundred and fifty dollars ; and for stationery for committees and officers

of the House, five thousand dollars. Pages.

For twenty-five pages, including three riding pages, seven thousand six

hundred dollars. Mail boys. For five mail-boys, seven thousand three hundred and forty-four dolExpenditures, lars: Provided, That hereafter all expenditures of the Senate and House when to be made of Representatives shall be made up to the end of each fiscal year, and to up and reported. be reported to Congress at the commencement of each session.

Additional For the usual additional compensation to the reporters of the House compensation to for the Congressional Globe for reporting the proceedings of the gressional Globe. House for the session of the forty-second Congress, beginning on the

first Monday in December, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, eight hun

dred dollars each, four thousand eight hundred dollars. Public print Public Printing. - For compensation of the congressional printer, and ing: Congressional fourteen dollars.

the clerks and messenger in his office, twelve thousand five hundred and printer, clerks,

And the compensation of the foreman of printing &c.

and the foreman of binding, at the government printing office, shall be Compensation two thousand one hundred dollars each, to commence on the first of July, printing and of eighteen hundred and seventy-two, and a sum sufficient to pay the inbinding estab crease of salary hereby provided is hereby appropriated out of any money lished.

in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Contingent ex For contingent expenses of his office, viz. : For stationery, postage, adpenses.

vertising, travelling expenses, horses and wagons, and miscellaneous items,

two thousand five hundred dollars. Printing For the public printing, six hundred and fifty-five thousand four hundred

and sixty-six dollars and thirty-six cents. Paper. For paper for the public printing, seven hundred and nine thousand

one hundred and twenty-eight dollars. Binding For the public binding, five hundred and fifty-two thousand four hun

dred and thirty-five dollars and fifty-eight cents. Lithographing, For lithographing, engraving, mapping copies of maps, plans, and engraving, &c. diagrams in fac-simile on tracing-linen, and photo-lithographing plates for

patent-office illustrations, seventy-five thousand dollars. Library of Library of Congress. - For compensation of the librarian, four thouCongress.

sand dollars; and for fourteen assistant librarians, three at two thousand Pay of librarian, assistants, five hundred dollars each, two at one thousand eight hundred dollars each, &c.

one at one thousand six hundred dollars, two at one thousand four hundred and forty dollars each, three at one thousand two hundred dollars each, two at one thousand dollars each, and one at nine hundred and sixty dollars

per annum ; in all, twenty-six thousand one hundred and forty dollars. Books, period For purchase of books for the library, eight thousand dollars ; for puricals and news

chase of law books for the library, two thousand dollars ; for purchase papers, and exchange of public of files of periodicals and newspapers, one thousand five hundred dollars ; documents.

for expenses of exchanging public documents for the publications of foreign governments, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For contingent expenses of said library, two thousand dollars.

lars.

For botanic garden, grading, draining, procuring manure, tools, fuel, Botanic garand repairs, and purchasing trees and shrubs, under the direction of the den, green

houses, &c. library committee of Congress, five thousand dollars.

For pay of superintendent and assistant in botanic garden and green- Pay of superhouses, and two additional laborers, under the direction of the library

intendent and

assistants. committee of Congress, twelve thousand one hundred and forty-six dol

Public Buildings and Grounds. — For clerk in the office of public Public buildbuildings and grounds, one thousand two hundred dollars.

ings and

grounds. For messenger in the same office, eight hundred and forty dollars. Clerk and mesFor compensation to the public gardener, one thousand four hundred senger.

Gardener. and forty dollars.

For compensation to the laborer in charge of the water-closets in the Laborer. Capitol, seven hundred and twenty dollars.

For compensation of a foreman and laborers employed in the public grounds, nineteen thousand two hundred and ninety-six dollars.

For compensation of four laborers in the Capitol, two thousand eight handred and eighty dollars.

For compensation of furnace-keeper, in charge of heating apparatus Furnaceunder the old hall of the House of Representatives, eight hundred and keepers. sixty-four dollars.

For compensation of furnace-keeper at the President's house, seven hundred and twenty dollars.

For two policemen at the President's house, two thousand six hundred_Police and and forty dollars.

For compensation of two night-watchmen at the President's house, one thousand eight hundred dollars.

For compensation of the doorkeeper at the President's house, one Doorkeeper. thousand two hundred dollars.

For assistant doorkeeper, one thousand and eighty dollars.

For compensation of two draw-keepers at the bridge across the east- Draw-keepers en branch of the Potomac, and for fuel, oil, and lamps, one thousand at bridge. six hundred dollars.

For watchman in Franklin square, seven hundred and twenty dollars.

For compensation of the person in charge of the heating apparatus of Heating appathe library of Congress, and other steam-heating apparatus in the cen- ratus. tral building, eight hundred and sixty-four dollars.

For electrician for the Capitol, one thousand two hundred dollars. Electrician for

For compensation of five watchmen in reservation number two, three Capitol. thousand six hundred dollars.

For watchman at Lincoln square, five hundred and forty dollars.
For watchman at Lafayette square, seven hundred and twenty dollars.
For watchman for circle at intersection of Pennsylvania avenue and
Twenty-fourth street, five hundred and forty dollars.

For watchman for circle at intersection of Massachusetts and Vermont avenues, five hundred and forty dollars.

For contingent and incidental expenses, two thousand dollars.

watchmen.

Watchmen.

dent.

EXECUTIVE.

Executive. For compensation of the President of the United States, twenty-five President. thousand dollars.

For compensation of the Vice-President of the United States, eight Vice-Presithousand dollars.

For compensation of secretary to sign patents for public lands, one Secretary to thousand five hundred dollars.

sign land patents. For compensation to private secretary, three thousand five hundred Private secredollars ; assistant secretary (who shall be a short-hand writer), two thou- tary, assistant, kaod five hundred dollars; two executive clerks at two thousand three

clerks, &c. VOL. XVII. PUB. — 5

hundred dollars each, steward at two thousand dollars, and messenger at one thousand two hundred dollars, of the President of the United States ;

in all, thirteen thousand eight hundred dollars. Contingent ex- For contingent expenses of the executive office, including stationery penses.

therefor, four thousand dollars.

Department of

DEPARTMENT OF STATE. State:

Pay of Secre For compensation of the Secretary of State, eight thousand dollars ; tary, &c.

two assistant secretaries of state, at three thousand five hundred dollars each ; for chief clerk, two thousand two hundred dollars ; ten clerks of class four, additional compensation to one clerk of class four as disbursing clerk, nine clerks of class three, three clerks of class two, eight clerks of class one, one messenger, one assistant messenger, nine laborers, and four watchmen; in all, seventy-four thousand five hundred and

twenty dollars. Pamphlet laws

For publishing the laws in pamphlet form, twelve thousand dollars ; and in newspa- and in newspapers

, fifty thousand dollars: Provided, That after the fourth Publication of day of March, eighteen hundred and seventy-five, the publication of the laws in newspapers to cease

laws in newspapers shall cease. after, &c. For proof-reading, and packing the laws and documents for the various

Proof-reading, legations and consulates, including boxes and transportation of the same, stationery,

three thousand dollars ; for stationery, furniture, fixtures, and repairs, five thousand dollars; for books and maps, two thousand five hundred

dollars ; for extra clerk-hire and copying, four thousand dollars; for conBooks, maps, tingent expenses, viz., rent, fuel, lights, repairs, and miscellaneous expenses, &c.

thirty-two thousand five hundred dollars ; in all, forty-seven thousand

dollars. Mexican United States and Mexican Claims Commission.-- For compensation claims commis- of the commissioner on the part of the United States, four thousand five

Commissioner, hundred dollars ; for compensation of umpire, three thousand dollars ; umpire

, agent, 'for agent, four thousand dollars; for secretary, two thousand five hundred &c.

dollars; for legal assistant to agent, three thousand dollars ; for two clerks, at one thousand four hundred dollars each ; for two translators, at one thousand five hundred dollars each ; for one messenger, six hundred dollars ; for one assistant messenger, three hundred dollars ; for contingent expenses, five thousand dollars; in all, twenty-eight thousand seven

hundred dollars. Spanish com United States and Spanish Commission. — For the compensation and mission.

expenses of the commission for determining the pending questions between the United States and Spain growing out of the acts of the Spanish officials in and about Cuba, fifteen thousand dollars.

Treasury De

TREASURY DEPARTMENT. partment.

Pay of Secre For compensation of the Secretary of the Treasury, eight thousand doltary, assistants, lars; two assistant secretaries of the treasury, at three thousand five hunclerks, &c.

dred dollars each ; chief clerk, two thousand two hundred dollars, and three hundred dollars additional for acting as superintendent of the building; fortynine clerks of class four, additional compensation of two hundred dollars to one clerk of class four as disbursing clerk, thirty clerks of class three, twentysix clerks of class two, twenty-seven clerks of class one ; thirty-two female clerks, at nine hundred dollars each ; eleven messengers, one assistant messenger, and ten laborers; one clerk of class four and one clerk of class one, to assist the chief clerk in superintending the building; one captain of the watch, one thousand four hundred dollars; one engineer, one thousand four hundred dollars ; one machinist and gas-fitter, one thousand two hundred dollars; one storekeeper, one thousand four hundred dollars ; sixty watchmen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each, and two of said watchmen.

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