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For surveyor-general of Colorado, three thousand dollars, and for clerks Surveyors Genin his office, four thousand dollars.

eral and their

clerks in ColoFor surveyor-general of New Mexico, three thousand dollars, and for

rado; clerks in his office, four thousand dollars.

New Mexico; For surveyor-general of California, three thousand dollars, and for California; clerks in his office, eleven thousand dollars.

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

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

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

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

For surveyor-general of Nebraska and Iowa, two thousand dollars, and Nebraska and for clerks in his office, six thousand three hundred dollars.

Iowa; For surveyor-general of Montana Territory, three thousand dollars, Montana; and for clerks in his office, four thousand dollars.

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

For surveyor-general of the Territory of Wyoming, three thousand Wyoming, dollars, and for clerks in his office, four thousand dollars.

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

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

of agriculture.

Pay of comentomologist, two thousand dollars ; chemist, two thousand five hundred missioner, &c. dollars; assistant chemist, one thousand six hundred dollars; superintendent of experimental gardens and grounds, two thousand dollars ; statistician, two thousand dollars; disbursing clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; superintendent of seed-room, one thousand eight hundred dollars ; librarian, one thousand eight hundred dollars; botanist, one thousand eight hundred dollars; four clerks of class four, five clerks of class three, six clerks of class two, seven clerks of class one; engineer, one thousand four hundred dollars; superintendent of folding-room, one thousand two hundred dollars; assistant superintendent of experimental garden and grounds, one thousand two hundred dollars; assistant superintendent of the seed-room, one thousand two hundred dollars ; three copyists, at nine hundred dollars each ; two attendants in museum, at one thousand dollars each ; chief messenger, eight hundred and fifty dollars ; two assistant messengers; one carpenter, at nine hundred and sixty dollars ; three watchmen;

and nine laborers; making, in all, seventy-five thousand eight hundred and ninety dollars.

For collecting statistics and compiling and writing matter for monthly, Collecting staannual, and special reports, fifteen thousand dollars.

tistics and pre

paring reports. For purchase and distribution of new and valuable seeds and plants, Purchase and fifty thousand dollars; for expense of putting up the same, for labor, distribution of bagging, paper, twine, gum, and other necessary materials, five thousand seeds, &c. dollars.

For labor on experimental garden, and for flower-pots, repairs to green- Experimental house, and purchase of new plants and seeds for the same, ten thousand garden, &c. dollars.

For stationery, two thousand dollars ; for freight charges, one thousand Stationery, eight hundred dollars; for fuel, one thousand eight hundred dollars; for &c. lights, five humdred dollars; for repairs of building, heating apparatus, furniture, and water and gas pipes, one thousand two hundred dollars; for keep of horses, fifteen hundred dollars; for new furniture, one thousand dollars; for paper, twine, and gum for folding-room, three hundred dol

Department of lars; for cases for the department museum, one thousand five hundred agriculture. dollars ; for collecting and modeling specimens of fruits and vegetables,

and collecting and preparing specimens for the museum and herbarium, two thousand dollars; for cases for the library, one thousand dollars; for entomological works of reference, two hundred and fifty dollars ; for botanical works of reference, two hundred and fifty dollars; for repairs and changes, five hundred dollars; for works on chemistry, mineralogy, and charts, five hundred dollars; for chemicals and contingent expenses, seven hundred dollars; for current agricultural works for the library, two hundred and fifty dollars; for miscellaneous agricultural periodicals, two hundred and fifty dollars; for completion of valuable sets in the library, two hundred and fifty dollars; for incidental and miscellaneous items, viz., for advertising, postage, telegraphing, dry goods, soap, brushes, brooms, mats, oils, paints, glass, lumber, hardware, ice, purchase of old reports, five thousand dollars; in all, twenty-two thousand five hundred and fifty dollars.

Post-office Department

POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT. Pay of Post For compensation of the Postmaster-General, eight thousand dollars ; master-General, assistants, super

three assistant postmasters-general, at three thousand five hundred dolintendents, chiefs lars each ; superintendent of money-order system, three thousand dollars ; of division, superintendent of foreign mails, three thousand dollars; chief of division clerks, &c.

of dead-letter office, two thousand five hundred dollars ; chief clerk, two thousand two hundred dollars ; three chief clerks, at two thousand dollars each; one additional chief clerk for money-order office, two thousand dollars; additional to one clerk of class four, as disbursing clerk, two hundred dollars; fourteen clerks of class four, fifty-eight clerks of class three, three additional clerks of class three for money-order office, forty-eight clerks of class two, fifty-two clerks of class one; fifty-seven female clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; two female translators in the bureau of foreign mails, and one female translator in the money-order office, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; one messenger and four assistant messengers; nine watchmen, fifteen laborers, and twenty-five clerks in dead-letter office, at eight hundred dollars each ; for temporary clerk hire, ten thousand dollars; making, in all, three hundred and ninety-five thousand seven hundred dollars.

For one clerk of class four, two clerks of class two, one clerk of class one, and two laborers, additional force in the money-order office, seven

thousand two hundred and forty dollars. Stationery, For stationery, nine thousand dollars; for fuel for the General Postfuel, &c.

Office building, including the auditor's office, seven thousand four hundred dollars; for gas, four thousand dollars; for plumbing and gas fixtures, three thousand dollars; for telegraphing, three thousand dollars; for painting, one thousand five hundred dollars, for carpets, one thousand dollars; for furniture, two thousand dollars; for livery, seven hundred and fifty dollars; for hardware, eight hundred dollars; for engineer, one thousand six hundred dollars; for assistant engineer, one thousand dollars; for fireman and blacksmith, nine hundred dollars; for two firemen, one thousand four hundred and forty dollars; for six laborers, four thousand three hundred and twenty dollars ; for one watchman, seven hundred and twenty dollars; for one carpenter, one thousand two hundred and fifty-two dollars; for three assistant messengers, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars; for two female laborers, nine hundred and sixty dollars; for one female laborer, at two hundred and forty dollars; for contingent expenses, seven thousand five hundred dollars ; in all, fifty-four thousand nine hundred and ninety-two dollars.

WAR DEPARTMENT.

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ment. For compensation of the Secretary of War, eight thousand dollars; Pay of Secrechief clerk, at two thousand five hundred dollars ; two clerks, at two thou- tary of War, sand dollars ; three clerks of class four; for additional to one clerk of clerks, &c. class four, as disbursing clerk, two hundred dollars; for six clerks of class three, three clerks of class two, eight clerks of class one, one messenger, three assistant messengers, one laborer; in all, forty-seven thousand two hundred and twenty dollars.

To enable the Secretary of War to have the rebel archives examined, Examination and copies furnished from time to time, for the use of the government, and copies.

of rebel archives, including also an additional sum for the contingent expenses of his office, eleven thousand dollars; and for the payment of clerks employed in the examination and settlement of claims, arising from the collection and organization of volunteers during the late war, as follows: four clerks of class four, three clerks of class three, twenty-seven clerks of class two, and twelve clerks of class one; one fireman, at seven hundred and twenty dollars; one messenger, at three hundred and sixty dollars per annum; and for incidental expenses, eight thousand dollars; and two additional Additional clerks of class one, to aid in examining the rolls of the war of eighteen clerks. hundred and twelve, to secure, within å reasonable time, the decision of cases of veterans of that war, now pending in the pension bureau ; making, in all, the further sum of seventy-five thousand six hundred and eighty dollars, which is hereby appropriated. For contingent expenses, seven thousand dollars.

Office of the Adjutant-General.— For chief clerk, two thousand dollars ; Office of adjutwo clerks of class four, nine clerks of class three, twenty-seven clerks of tant-general; class two, twenty-six clerks of class one, and two messengers; in all, ninety thousand six hundred and eighty dollars.

For contingent expenses, ten thousand dollars.
Office of the Quartermaster-General. For chief clerk, two thousand quartermaster-

general;
dollars; three clerks of class four, eight clerks of class three, twenty
clerks of class two, seventy-five clerks of class one; thirty copyists, at
nine hundred dollars each ; superintendent of the building, two hundred
dollars; one messenger, two assistant messengers, and six laborers; in all,
one hundred and seventy-two thousand dollars.

For contingent expenses, five thousand dollars.

Office of the Paymaster-General. - For chief clerk, two thousand dol- paymasterlars; four clerks of class four, nine clerks of class three, twenty-three general; clerks of class two, twelve clerks of class one, and two messengers, seventy-one thousand eight hundred and eighty dollars.

For contingent expenses, five thousand dollars.

Office of the Commissary-General. — For chief clerk, two thousand commissarydollars ; one clerk of class three, eight clerks of class two, fifteen clerks general; of class one, one messenger, and two laborers ; in all, thirty-five thousand and eighty dollars.

For contingent expenses, viz., office rent, repairs, and miscellaneous items, six thousand dollars. Office of the Surgeon-General. — For chief clerk, two thousand dol

surgeon-genlars; one clerk of class three, two clerks of class two, eight clerks of eral; class one, one messenger, and one laborer; in all, seventeen thousand five hundred and sixty dollars.

For contingent expenses, blank books, stationery, binding, rent, fuel, and including rent of surgeon-general's office and army medical museum, eight thousand dollars.

Office of Chief Engineer.— For chief clerk, two thousand dollars ; chief engineer. three clerks of class four, four clerks of class three, four clerks of class two, four clerks of class one, one messenger, and one laborer; in all, twenty-five thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars.

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For contingent expenses, viz., for stationery, office furniture, miscelment. laneous and incidental expenses, including two daily Washington news

papers, three thousand dollars. Office of chief Office of Chief of Ordnance. — For chief clerk, two thousand dolof ordnance;

lars; three clerks of class four, two clerks of class three, four clerks of class two, six clerks of class one, and one messenger; in all, twenty-four thousand two hundred and forty dollars.

For contingent expenses, viz., stationery, one thousand dollars. military jus- Office of Military Justice. — For one chief clerk, at two thousand dol

lars; one clerk of class three, one clerk of class one; in all, four thousand eight hundred dollars.

For contingent expenses, five hundred dollars. Signal office.

Signal Office. — For two clerks of class two, two thousand eight hun

dred dollars. Office of

Office of the Inspector-General. - For one clerk of class three, one inspector-general.

thousand six hundred dollars. War Depart- War Department Buildings. - For compensation of superintendent of ment buildings. the building occupied by the War Department (two hundred and fifty intendents, &c. dollars), four watchmen, and two laborers ; in all, four thousand five hun

dred and seventy dollars.

For labor, fuel, lights, and miscellaneous items for the said building, ten thousand dollars.

For superintendent of building corner of Seventeenth and F streets (two hundred and fifty dollars), and four watchmen and two laborers; in

all, four thousand five hundred and seventy dollars. Fuel, &c.

For fuel for warming the entire building, and for operating the ventilating fan in summer, repairs of steam warming and ventilating apparatus, pay of engineer and fireman, matting and oil-cloth for halls, gas, whitewashing, and other incidental expenses, seven thousand five hundred

dollars. Building occu- For superintendent of the building occupied by the paymaster-general pied by paymaster-general.

(two hundred and fifty dollars), and for five watchmen and two laborers; in all, five thousand two hundred and ninety dollars.

For rent of building, and fuel and contingencies, twelve thousand five

hundred dollars. Navy Depart

NAVY DEPARTMENT. Pay of Secre- For compensation of the Secretary of the Navy, eight thousand doltary, clerks, &c. lars ; for compensation of the chief clerk of the Navy Department, at

two thousand two hundred dollars, and, additional to chief clerk, three hundred dollars, to continue while there is no assistant secretary, and no longer; one disbursing clerk, at two thousand dollars ; four clerks of class four, four clerks of class three, two clerks of class two, three clerks of class one, two messengers, and two laborers ; in all, thirty-five thou

sand six hundred and twenty dollars. Stationery. For stationery, furniture, newspapers, and miscellaneous items, five

thousand dollars. Bureau of Bureau of Yards and Docks. — For civil engineer, three thousand dolyards and docks; lars ; chief clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; draughtsman, one

thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk of class four, two clerks of class three, one clerk of class two, one clerk of class one, one messenger, and one laborer; in all, fifteen thousand seven hundred and sixty dollarg.

For stationery, books, plans, drawings, labor, and miscellaneous items,

eight hundred dollars. equipment and Bureau of Equipment and Recruiting. - For chief clerk, one thourecruiting

sand eight hundred dollars ; one clerk of class four, one clerk of class three, two clerks of class two, two clerks of class one, one messenger, and one laborer; in all, eleven thousand nine hundred and sixty dollars.

ment.

For stationery, books, and miscellaneous items, seven hundred and Navy departfifty dollars.

ment. Bureau of Navigation. — For chief clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk of class three, one clerk of class two, one mes- igation; senger, and one laborer; in all, six thousand three hundred and sixty dollars.

For stationery, books, and miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars.

Bureau of Ordnance. - For chief clerk, one thousand eight hundred ordnance; dollars ; draughtsman, one thousand eight hundred dollars ; one clerk of class three, two clerks of class two, one messenger, and one laborer; in all, nine thousand five hundred and sixty dollars.

For stationery, books, and miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars.

Bureau of Construction and Repair. — For chief clerk, one thousand construction eight hundred dollars; draughtsman, one thousand eight hundred dol- and repair; lars; one clerk of class four, two clerks of class three, two clerks of class two, one messenger, and one laborer; in all, twelve thousand nine hundred and sixty dollars.

For stationery and miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars.

Bureau of Steam Engineering. - For chief clerk, one thousand eight steam engibundred dollars; draughtsman, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one

neering; clerk of class two, one

assistant draughtsman, one thousand two hundred dollars ; one messenger, and one laborer; in all, seven thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars.

For stationery and miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars.

Bureau of Provisions and Clothing. — For chief clerk, eighteen hundred provisions and dollars ; one clerk of class four, two clerks of class three, two clerks of clothing; class two, three clerks of class one, one messenger, and one laborer ; in all, fourteen thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars.

For stationery and miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars.

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. - For one clerk of class four, one medicine and clerk of class three, one messenger, and one laborer ; in all, four thousand surgery. nine hundred and sixty dollars. For stationery and miscellaneous items, four hundred dollars.

Stationery and For superintendent (two hundred and fifty dollars),

five watchmen, and miscellaneous. two laborers for the building occupied by the Navy Department; in all, five thousand two hundred and ninety dollars.

For incidental labor, fuel, lights, and miscellaneous items for said building, seven thousand dollars.

JUDICIAL.

Judiciary. United States Courts. - For the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court Supreme Court of the United States, eight thousand five hundred dollars ; and for eight of the United

. associate or retired justices, eight thousand dollars each ; in all, seventytwo thousand five hundred dollars.

For nine circuit judges to reside in circuit, fifty-four thousand dollars.

For salary of the reporter of the decisions of the Supreme Court of the Reporter. United States, two thousand five hundred dollars.

For the salary of the marshal of the Supreme Court, three thousand Marshal of five hundred dollars.

Supreme Court. For salaries of the district judges of the United States, including the salaries of the retired judges of the eastern district of Texas, southern dis- judges. trict of Ohio, and eastern

district of Michigan, one hundred and eightynine thousand five hundred dollars.

For salaries of the chief justice of the supreme court of the District of Supreme Court Columbia,

and the four associate judges, twenty thousand five hundred Co the District of dollars.

For compensation of the district attorneys of the United States, nine- District attor teen thousand one hundred and fifty dollars. VOL. XVII. PUB. - 6

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