places; and said board are hereby authorized and required to make appropriate rules and regulations in relation thereto. * Useless ordnance material of Navy may be sold; appropriation to procure new material, [Par. 12.] That the Secretary of the Navy is authorized to dispose of the useless ordnance material on hand at public sale, according to law, the net proceeds of which shall be turned into the Treasury; And an amount equal to the same is hereby appropriated, to be applied to the purpose of procuring a supply of material adapted in man- &c. ufacture and calibre to the present wants of the service; R. S., 3618, But there shall be expended, under this provision, not more than sev- 3672, 3692. enty-five thousand dollars in one year; And in the case of sale of like materials in the War Department, the proceeds of which shall be turned into the Treasury, an amount equal to the net proceeds of such sale is hereby appropriated for the purpose of procuring a supply of material adapted in manufacture and calibre to the present wants of the war service; And there shall be expended in the War Department, under this provision, not more than seventy-five thousand dollars in any one year. [Par. 13.] That so much of section thirty-eight of the Revised Stat- Members, &c., of utes as requires the Clerk of the House of Representatives to omit from House whose scats the pay-roll of Representatives and Delegates elect to Congress those are contested not holders of legal certificates whose election he may be notified will be contested be, and the same hereby is repealed. * to be omitted from pay-roll. Restriction upon [Par. 14.] And hereafter no money shall be paid nor contracts made for payment for any site for a public building in excess of the amount contracts and exspecifically appropriated therefor; penditures for public buildings and site therefor. And no money shall be expended upon any public building on which work has not yet been actually begun until after drawings and specifi- R. S., §§ 3663, cations together with detailed estimates of the cost thereof, shall have 3733-3735, 5503. been made by the Supervising Architect of the Treasury Department, 476, $2. 1874, June 23, ch. and said plans and estimates shall have been approved by the Secretary of the Treasury, Secretary of the Interior, and the Postmaster General; And all appropriations made for the construction of such building shall be expended within the limitations of the act authorizing the same or limiting the cost thereof; And no change of said plan involving an increase of expense exceeding ten per centum of the amount to which said building was limited shall be allowed or paid by any officer of the Government without the special authority of Congress. SEC. 2. That on and after July first, eighteen hundred and seventy- Organization five, the organization of the Treasury Department, and the several and salaries in offices thereof, and the annual salaries paid to the persons therein, ment. Treasury Departshall be as follows, to wit: IN THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY: The Secretary, eight thousand dollars; R. S., § 235. Office of Secretary. R. S., §§ 160, 200, Two assistant secretaries, at four thousand five hundred dollars each; 235, 242. One chief of division of warrants, estimates, and appropriations, three thousand dollars; Seven chiefs of division, at two thousand eight hundred dollars each; Eight assistant chiefs of division, at two thousand four hundred dollars each; Two disbursing clerks at two thousand eight hundred dollars each; Stenographer to the Secretary, two thousand four hundred dollars; Twenty-one clerks of class two; Eighteen clerks of class one; Thirty-one clerks at nine hundred dollars each; Eleven messengers; And eleven 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 six 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 additional to two of said watchmen, acting as lieutenants of watchmen, two hundred and eighty dollars each; Twenty-five laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; Nine firemen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; And ninety char-women, at one hundred and eighty dollars each. IN THE CONSTRUCTION BRANCH OF THE TREASURY:— Supervising Architect, four thousand five hundred dollars; One photographer, two thousand five hundred dollars; One principal clerk, at two thousand four hundred dollars; Two clerks, at two thousand dollars each; One assistant photographer, at one thousand six hundred dollars; Four clerks of class three; Two clerks of class one; Two clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; And one messenger. IN THE OFFICE OF THE FIRST COMPTROLLER: The First Comptroller of the Treasury, five thousand dollars; Four chiefs of division, at two thousand four hundred dollars each; Twelve clerks of class three; Ten clerks of class two; Five clerks of class one; Six clerks at nine hundred dollars each; One messenger; And three laborers, IN THE OFFICE OF THE SECOND COMPTROLLER:— The Second Comptroller, five thousand dollars; Deputy comptroller, two thousand eight hundred dollars; Six chiefs of division, at two thousand four hundred dollars each; Seventeen clerks of class three; Eighteen clerks of class two; Eleven clerks of class one; Ten clerks at nine hundred dollars each; One messenger And three laborers, IN THE OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS : The Commissioner of Customs, four thousand five hundred dollars; Two chiefs of division, at two thousand four hundred dollars each; Five clerks of class three; Ten clerks of class two; Nine clerks of class one; One messenger; And one laborer. IN THE OFFICE OF THE FIRST AUDITOR: The First Auditor of the Treasury, four thousand dollars; Four chiefs of division, at two thousand one hundred dollars each ; Two clerks of class four; Seven clerks of class three; And two laborers. IN THE OFFICE OF THE SECOND AUDITOR: The Second Auditor of the Treasury, four thousand dollars; Deputy auditor, two thousand five hundred dollars; Five chiefs of division, at two thousand one hundred dollars each Six clerks of class four; Thirty-five clerks of class three; Seventy clerks of class two; Forty-five clerks of class one; One messenger; And twelve laborers. IN THE OFFICE OF THE THIRD AUDITOR:— The Third Auditor of the Treasury, four thousand dollars; Deputy auditor, two thousand five hundred dollars; Five chiefs of division, at two thousand one hundred dollars each; Six clerks of class four; Twenty-five clerks of class three; Seventy-five clerks of class two; Forty clerks of class one; Ten clerks at nine hundred dollars each; Two messengers; Seven laborers; And one char-woman, at four hundred and eighty dollars. IN THE OFFICE OF THE FOURTH AUDITOR:— The Fourth Auditor of the Treasury, four thousand dollars; Three chiefs of division, at two thousand one hundred dollars each; Two clerks of class four; Eighteen clerks of class three; Eleven clerks of class two; Ten clerks of class one; Six clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; One messenger; And three laborers. IN THE OFFICE OF THE FIFTH AUDITOR: The Fifth Auditor of the Treasury, four thousand dollars; Deputy auditor, two thousand five hundred dollars; Two chiefs of division, at two thousand one hundred dollars each; Two clerks of class four; Seven clerks of class three; -of First Auditor. R. S., § 235. - of Second Auditor. R. S., § 235. -of Third Auditor. R. S., § 276. -of Fourth Auditor. R. S., § 276. -of Fifth Auditor. R. S., § 276. Clerks of Sixth IN THE OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF THE TREASURY FOR THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT: The Auditor of the Treasury for the Post Office Department, four thousand dollars; Deputy auditor, two thousand five hundred dollars; Eight chiefs of division, at two thousand one hundred dollars each; Eight clerks of class four, and, additional to one clerk of class four as disbursing clerk, two hundred dollars; Fifty-four clerks of class three; Sixty-nine clerks of class two; Thirty-seven clerks of class one; One messenger; And nineteen laborers; Twenty assorters of money orders, at one thousand dollars each; Also fifteen female assorters of money orders, at nine hundred dollars each. IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER: The Register of the Treasury, four thousand five hundred dollars; One assistant register and one deputy register, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; IN THE OFFICE OF THE TREASURER: The Treasurer of the United States, six thousand five hundred dollars; Cashier, three thousand eight hundred dollars; Assistant cashier, three thousand five hundred dollars; Five chiefs of division, at two thousand seven hundred dollars each; Two principal bookkeepers, one at two thousand six hundred dollars and one at two thousand five hundred dollars; Two tellers, one at two thousand seven hundred dollars and one at two thousand six hundred dollars; One chief clerk, at two thousand seven hundred dollars; Two assistant tellers, at two thousand three hundred and fifty dollars each; Thirteen clerks of class four; Thirteen clerks of class three; Nine clerks of class two; Eight clerks of class one; Sixty clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; Seven messengers; Five laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; And seven laborers, at two hundred and forty dollars each. IN THE OFFICE OF THE LIGHT HOUSE BOARD: The chief clerk of the Light House Board, two thousand five hundred dollars; IN THE OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY: The Comptroller of the Currency, five thousand dollars; Deputy comptroller, three thousand dollars; Four chiefs of division, at two thousand four hundred dollars each; Eight clerks of class four; Fourteen clerks of class three; Twelve clerks of class two; Eleven clerks of class one; Thirty-three clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; Four messengers; Four laborers; And two night watchmen. IN THE OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE: The Commissioner of Internal Revenue, six thousand dollars; Seven heads of division, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; Thirty clerks of class four; Forty-two clerks of class three; Fifty clerks of class two; Eighteen clerks of class one; Seventy clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; Five messengers; And fifteen laborers. IN THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY. That there shall be in the Office of the Secretary of the Treasury a Division of Loans and a Division of Currency, with the following employees: Two chiefs of division, at two thousand eight hundred dollars each; Two assistant chiefs of division, at two thousand four hundred dollars each; Fourteen clerks of class four; Eight clerks of class three; Six clerks of class two; Four clerks of class one; Sixty clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; Eight messengers; Eleven laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; And twelve laborers, at not exceeding two dollars and twenty-five cents a day each; And additional pay to three fourth-class clerks in the Division of Loans, namely, receiving clerk of bonds and two bookkeepers, three hundred dollars each. IN THE OFFICE OF THE TREASURER: Seventeen clerks of class four; Clerks of Comptroller of the Cur rency. R. S., § 325. -of Commissioner of Internal Rev enue. R. S., § 319. - of divisions of Loans and Currency in Secretary's office. R. S., § 235. - of Treasurer. R. S., §§ 235, 301 311. Six clerks of class three; Five clerks of class two; Nine clerks of class one; One hundred and forty-five counters and copyists, at nine hundred dollars each; Nine messengers; And twenty-six laborers. IN THE OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF THE TREASURY. - of Register. R.S., 235, 312 Five chiefs of division, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; 315. |