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For services in cleaning and varnishing furniture, three hundred dollars.

For packing-boxes, eight hundred and seventy dollars.

For miscellaneous items, exclusive of labor, twenty-five thousand dollars.

For expenses of inquiries and investigations ordered by the Senate, including compensation to stenographers to committees, at such raté as may be fixed by the Committee to Audit and Control the Contingent Expenses of the Senate, but not exceeding one dollar and twentyfive cents per printed page, fifteen thousand dollars.

For reporting the debates and proceedings of the Senate, twentyfive thousand dollars, payable in equal monthly installments.

CAPITOL POLICE.

For one captain, one thousand six hundred dollars ; three lieutenants, at one thousand two hundred dollars each ; twenty-two privates, at one thousand one hundred dollars each; and eight watchmen, at nine hundred dollars each; in all, thirty-six thousand six hundred dollars, one-half to be disbursed by the Secretary of the Senate and the other half to be disbursed by the Clerk of the House of Representatives.

For contingent fund, one hundred dollars.

CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY.

For expenses of compiling, preparing, and indexing the Congressional Directory, to be expended under the direction of the Joint Čommittee on Public Printing, one thousand two hundred dollars.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

For compensation of Members of the House of Representatives and Delegates from Territories, one million six hundred and ninety-five thousand dollars.

For mileage, one hundred and ten thousand six hundred and twentyfour dollars.

For compensation of the officers, clerks, messengers, and others in the service

of the House of Representatives, three hundred and eightyseven thousand nine hundred and twenty-seven dollars and twenty cents, namely: OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER.

For private secretary to the Speaker, two thousand one hundred and two dollars and forty cents; and for clerk to the Speaker's table, two thousand one hundred and two dollars and forty cents; clerk to the Speaker, one thousand six hundred dollars; messenger to the Speaker, one thousand dollars; in all, six thousand eight hundred and four dollars and eighty cents.

For chaplain of the House, nine hundred dollars.

OFFICE OF THE CLERK.-For Clerk of the House of Representatives, including compensation as disbursing officer of the contingent fund, five thousand dollars; and for hire of horses and wagons and cartage for the use of the Clerk's office, seven hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary; for chief clerk, journal clerk, and two reading clerks, at three thousand six hundred dollars each, and for the journal clerk for preparing Digest of the Rules, one thousand dollars per annum; tally clerk, three thousand dollars; for printing and bill clerk, and disbursing clerk, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; for file clerk, and enrolling clerk, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars each; for assistant disbursing clerk, assistant enrolling clerk, resolution and petition clerk, newspaper clerk, index clerk, superintendent of document-room, and librarian, at two thousand dollars each; for distributing clerk, stationery clerk, and two assistant librarians, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; for one book-keeper and seven clerks, including three clerks to index private claims, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; for document clerk and locksmith, at one thousand four hundred and forty dollars each; two messengers in the House library, at one thousand three hundred and fourteen dollars each; one telegraph operator, one assistant to the file clerk, and two laborers in Clerk's document-room, at nine hundred dollars each; one page, one laborer in the bath-room, and four laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; one assistant journal clerk, at six dollars per day during the session, seven hundred and twenty-six dollars; one assistant index clerk, during the session and three months after its close, two hundred and eleven days, at six dollars per day, one thousand two hundred and sixty-six dollars; one messenger-boy in chief clerk's room, three hundred dollars; in all, eighty-three thousand three hundred and twenty dollars.

INDEXING JOURNALS OF CONGRESS. -For clerk to prepare the general index to the Journals of Congress, under resolution of June eighteenth, eighteen hundred and seventy-eight, two thousand five þundred dollars, and for the following assistants, under his direction to be appointed by the Committee on Rules, namely: two at one thousand two hundred dollars each; four at one thousand dollars each; and two at eight hundred dollars each; in all, ten thousand five hundred dollars.

UNDER ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL.-One chief engineer, one thousand seven hundred dollars; two assistant engineers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; four conductors of the elevators, at one thousand one hundred dollars each, who shall be under the supervision and direction of the Architect of the Capitol; one laborer, eight hundred and twenty dollars; five firemen, at nine hundred dollars each; one electrician, one thousand two hundred dollars; one laborer, eight hundred dollars; one laborer to clean Statuary Hall and watch statuary therein, six hundred and sixty dollars; in all, sixteen thousand four hundred and eighty dollars.

CLERKS AND MESSENGERS TO COMMITTEES.–For clerk to the Committee on Ways and Means, three thousand dollars; assistant clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars; messenger, one thousand dollars; clerk to the Committee on Appropriations, three thousand dollars; assistant clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars; messenger, one thousand dollars; clerk to Committee on Agriculture, clerk to the Committee on Claims, clerk to the Committee on Commerce, clerk to the Committee on the District of Columbia, clerk to the Committee on Foreign Affairs, clerk to the Committee on Indian Affairs, clerk to the Committee on Invalid Pensions, clerk to the Committee on the Judiciary, clerk to the Committee on Military Affairs, clerk to the Committee on Naval Affairs, clerk to the Committee on the Public Lands, clerk to the Committee on Rivers and Harbors, clerk to the Committee on War Claims; clerk to continue Digest of Claims under resolution of the House adopted March seventh, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight; clerk to the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads; clerk to the Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds, and clerk to the Committee on Elections, at two thousand dollars each; assistant clerk to the Committee on War Claims, one thousand two hundred dollars; in all, forty-six thousand four hundred dollars.

For clerk to the Committee on the Census from July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, to March fourth, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, at the rate of two thousand dollars per annum, one thousand three hundred and fifty-one dollars and ninety cents.

For thirty-nine clerks to committees, at six dollars each per day during the session, twenty-eight thousand three hundred and fourteen dollars.

OFFICE OF SERGEANT-AT-ARMS.–For Sergeant-at-Arms of the House of Representatives, four thousand five hundred dollars; one deputy to the Sergeant-at-Arms, two thousand dollars; one cashier, three thousand dollars; one paying-teller, two thousand dollars; one book-keeper, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one messenger, one thousand two hundred dollars; one page at seven hundred and twenty dollars; and one laborer, at six hundred and sixty dollars; in all, fifteen thousand eight hundred and eighty dollars.

OFFICE OF DOOR-KEEPER.-For Door-Keeper, three thousand five hundred dollars ; and for hire of horses, feed, repair of wagon and harness, six hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary; assistant door-keeper, superintendent of document-room, assistant superintendent of document-room, and Department messenger, at two thousand dollars each ; one employee, one thousand five hundred dollars; document file clerk, one thousand four hundred dollars ; assistant document file clerk, under resolution of December nineteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-one, one thousand three hundred and fourteen dollars; clerk for Door-Keeper, and janitor, at one thousand two hundred dollars each ; nine messengers, including the messenger to the reporter's gallery, at one thousand two hundred dollars each ; nine messengers, at one thousand dollars each ; six laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each ; two laborers in the water-closet, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each ; three laborers, including two in the cloak-rooms, at six hundred dollars each ; female attendant in ladies retiring-room, six hundred dollars ; superintendent of the folding-room, two thousand dollars; three clerks in the folding-room, one at one thousand eight hundred dollars and two at one thousand two hundred dollars each ; one foreman, one thousand five hundred dollars ; one messenger, one thousand two hundred dollars ; one folder in the sealing-room, one thousand two hundred dollars ; one page, five hundred dollars; one laborer, four hundred dollars; ten folders, at nine hundred dollars each ; five folders, at eight hundred and forty dollars each; three folders, during the session, at seventy dollars per month each; and fifteen folders, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; one night watchman, nine hundred dollars ; one driver, six hundred dollars ; fourteen messengers on the soldier's roll, at one thousand two hundred dollars each ; two chief pages, at nine hundred dollars each ; thirty-three pages, boys not under twelve years of age, during the session, including two riding pages, one telephone page, and one telegraph page, at two dollars and fifty cents per day each; two messengers, during the session, at seventy dollars per month each ; ten laborers, during the session, at sixty dollars per month each; six laborers known as cloak-room men, during the session, at fifty

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dollars per month each ; in all, one hundred and sixteen thousand seven hundred and fifty-six dollars and fifty cents.

OFFICE OF POSTMASTER.- For postmaster, two thousand five hundred doilars ; first assistant postmaster, two thousand dollars ; ten messengers, including messenger to superintend transportation of mails, at one thousand two hundred dollars each ; three messengers, during the session, at eight hundred dollars each ; four messengers, at one hundred dollars per month each, during the session; and one laborer, at seven hundred and twenty dollars; in all, twentyone thousand two hundred and twenty dollars.

For hire of horses and mail-wagons for carrying the mails, five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

OFFICIAL REPORTERS.–For one chief official reporter, six thousand dollars; and for four official reporters of the proceedings and debates of the House, at five thousand dollars each; one assistant official reporter, under the chief official reporter, one thousand dollars; in all, twenty-seven thousand dollars.

STENOGRAPHERS TO COMMITTEES: For two stenographers to committees at four thousand dollars each, eight thousand dollars.

That wherever the words “during the session" occur in the foregoing paragraphs, they shall be construed to mean four months, or one hundred and twenty-one days

FOR CONTINGENT EXPENSES, namely: For materials for folding, sixteen thousand dollars.

For fuel and oil for the heating apparatus, seven thousand dollars. For furniture, and repairs of the same, ten thousand dollars.

For packing-boxes, two thousand nine hundred and eighty-seven dollars.

For miscellaneous items and expenses of special and select committees, twenty thousand dollars.

For stationery for members of the House of Representatives, including six thousand dollars for stationery for the use of the committees and officers of the House, forty-seven thousand six hundred and twenty-five dollars.

For postage-stamps for the Postmaster, one hundred dollars; for the Clerk, two hundred dollars; for the Sergeant-at-Arms, two hundred dollars; and for the Doorkeeper, twenty-five dollars; in all, five hundred and twenty-five doilars.

PUBLIC PRINTING.

For compensation of the Public Printer, four thousand five hundred dollars; for chief clerk, two thousand four hundred dollars; two clerks of class four; two clerks of class three; one clerk of class two; in all, fifteen thousand one hundred dollars.

For contingent expenses of his office, namely: For stationery, postage, advertising, traveling expenses, horses and wagons, and miscellaneous items, three thousand dollars.

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS.

For compensation of Librarian, four thousand dollars; and for twenty-five assistant librarians, two at two thousand five hundred dollars each; two at one thousand eight hundred dollars each, two at one thousand six hundred dollars each, two at one thousand four

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hundred and forty dollars each; eight at one thousand four hundred dollars each, one of whom shall be in charge of international exchanges; six at one thousand two hundred dollars each; one at seven hundred and twenty dollars; and two at six hundred dollars each; in all, thirty-nine thousand dollars.

For purchase of books for the Library, four thousand dollars; for purchase of law-books for the Library, one thousand five hundred dollars; for the purchase, by the Librarian of Congress, of new books of reference for the Supreme Court, to be a part of the Library of Congress and purchased under the direction of the Chief Justice, one thousand five hundred dollars; for expenses of exchanging public documents for the publications of foreign Governments, one thousand five hundred dollars; for purchase of files of periodicals and newspapers, two thousand five hundred dollars; in all, eleven thousand dollars.

That hereafter the law library shall be kept open every day so long as either House of Congress is in session.

For contingent expenses of said Library, one thousand dollars. For expenses of the copyright business, five hundred dollars.

For Botanic Garden: For superintendent, one thousand eighthundred dollars; for assistants and laborers, under the direction of the Joint Library Committee of Congress, eleven thousand and seventythree dollars and seventy-five cents; in all, twelve thousand eight hundred and seventy-three dollars and seventy-five cents.

For procuring manure, tools, fuel, purchasing trees and shrubs, and for labor and materials in connection with repairs and improvements to Botanic Garden, under direction of the Joint Library Committee of Congress, five thousand dollars.

EXECUTIVE.

For compensation of the President of the United States, fifty thousand dollars.

For compensation of the Vice-President of the United States, at the rate of eight thousand dollars per annum, two thousand six hundred and twenty-two dollars and twenty-two cents.

For compensation of the President of the Senate, in addition to his salary as Senator, three thousand dollars.

For compensation to the following in the office of the President of the United States: Private Secretary, three thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; assistant secretary, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; three executive clerks, at two thousand dollars each; two clerks of class four; one clerk of class three; one clerk of class two, who shall be a telegraph operator; steward, at one thousand eight hundred dollars; one usher, at one thousand four hundred dollars; four messengers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; five doorkeepers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; one watchman, nine hundred dollars; and one fireman, eight hundred and sixty-four dollars; in all, thirty-three thousand eight hundred and sixty-four dollars.

For contingent expenses of the Executive Office, including stationery therefor, as well as record-books, telegrams, books for library, miscellaneous items, and furniture and carpets for offices, care of office carriage, horses, and harness, eight thousand dollars.

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