chemicals, fuel, materials, and other nécessaries, seven hundred and fifty dollars; for examination of mints, expenses of visiting mints and assay-offices for the purpose of superintending the annual settlements and for special examinations, two thousand five hundred dollars; for books, pamphlets, periodicals, specimens of coins and ores, balances, weights, and incidentals, five hundred dollars; and for the collection of statistics relative to the annual production of the precious metals in the United States, four thousand dollars; in all, seven thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars. OFFICE OF SUPERVISING SURGEON-GENERAL MARINE HOSPITAL Marine Hospital Service SERVICE: For Supervising Surgeon-General, four thousand dollars; one surgeon, three thousand dollars; one passed assistant surgeon, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; five clerks, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; one clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; one hospital steward (employed as chemist), one thousand two hundred dollars; six copyists; one messenger, at six hundred dollars; one laborer, four hundred and eighty dollars; and one laborer, three hundred and sixty dollars; in all, twenty-seven thousand eight hundred and forty dollars, the same to be paid from the permanent appropriations for the Marine Hospital Service. OFFICE SUPERVISING INSPECTOR-GENERAL STEAMBOAT INSPEC- Steamboat InspecTION SERVICE: For Supervising Inspector-General, three thousand five hundred dollars; one chief clerk, not to exceed one thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk, not to exceed one thousand six hundred dollars; two clerks, not to exceed one thousand two hundred dollars each; one messenger, not to exceed eight hundred and forty dollars; in all, ten thousand one hundred and forty dollars, the same to be paid from the permanent appropriations for the Steamboat Inspection Services FOR CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT, IN- Contingent expenses. CLUDING ALL BUILDINGS UNDER CONTROL OF THE TREASURY IN WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, namely: For stationery for the Treasury Department and its several Bu Stationery. reaus, twenty-eight thousand dollars. For postage required to prepay matter addressed to Postal Union Postage. countries, one thousand five hundred dollars.. For postage, two hundred and fifty dollars. For newspapers, law-books, city directories, and other books of Newspapers, books, reference; purchase of material for binding important records (and of the amount appropriated not more than four hundred dollars may be used in the purchase of technical publications foreign and domestic), two thousand five hundred dollars. For investigation of accounts and records, including the necessary Investigations. traveling expenses, and for other traveling expenses, one thousand five hundred dollars. For freight, expressage, telegraph and telephone service, three Freight, etc. thousand five hundred dollars. For rent of buildings, four thousand eight hundred dollars. - Rent. For purchase of horses and wagons, for office and mail service to Horses and wagons be used only for official purposes, care and subsistence of horses, including shoeing, harness, and repairs of the same, four thousand dolFor purchase of ice, three thousand five hundred dollars. Ice. For purchase of file-holders and file-cases, five thousand dollars. Files. For purchase of coal, wood, engine oils and grease, grates, grate Fuel. baskets and fixtures, stoves and fixtures, blowers, coal-hods, pokers, shovels, and tongs, ten thousand dollars. For purchase of gas, electric light, gas-brackets, candles, candle- Lights, sticks, drop-lights and tubing, gas-burners, gas-torches, globes, lanterns, and wicks, fourteen thousand dollars. For purchase of carpets, carpet border and lining, linoleum, rugs, Carpets, etc. etc. lars. Furniture. Miscellaneous. mats, matting, and repairs, and for cleaning, laying, and relaying of the same, by contract, six thousand five hundred dollars. For purchase of boxes, book-rests, chairs, chair-caning,chair-covers, desks, book-cases, clocks, cloth for covering desks, cushions, leather for covering chairs and sofas, locks, lumber, screens, tables, ventilators, wardrobe cabinets, wash stands, water-coolers and stands, ten thousand dollars. For washing and hemming towels, for the purchase of awnings and fixtures, window-shades and fixtures, type-writing machines, alcohol, turpentine, varnish, benzine, baskets, belting, bellows, bowls, brooms, buckets, brushes, canvas, crash, cloth, chamois-skins, cottonwaste, door and window fasteners, dusters, flour, garden, street, and engine hose, lace-leather, lye, nails, oil, plants, picks, pitchers, powders, stencil-plates, hand-stamps and repairs of same, stamp-ink, spittoons, soap, matches, match-safes, sponge, tacks, traps, thermometers, tools, towels, towel-racks, tumblers, wire and zinc, and for blacksmithing, repairs of machinery, removal of rubbish, sharpening tools, advertising for proposals, and for sales at public auction in Washington, District of Columbia, of condemned property belonging to the Treasury Department, payment of auctioneer fees, and purchase of other absolutely necessary articles, ten thousand dollars. Collecting internal revenue. COLLECTING INTERNAL REVENUE. Collectors, etc. For salaries and expenses of collectors and deputy collectors, in cluding expenses incident to enforcing the provisions of the act of Vol. 24, p. 209. August second, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, entitled “ An act defining butter, and so forth,” one million eight hundred thousand Proviso. dollars: Provided, That the number of deputy collectors, gaugers, store-keepers, and clerks employed in the collection of internal revenue shall not be increased, nor shall the salary of said officers and emLimit. ployees be increased beyond the salaries paid during the last fiscal year, exclusive of the number employed under the said act defining butter, and so forth. atAgents, surveyors, For salaries and expenses of agents and surveyors, for fees and expenses of gaugers, for salaries of storekeepers, and for miscellaneous expenses, one million nine hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Independent treas INDEPENDENT TREASURY. ury. Omce of assistant OFFICE OF ASSISTANT TREASURER AT BALTIMORE: For assistant treasurer atBaltimore. treasurer, four thousand five hundred dollars; cashier, two thousand five hundred dollars; three clerks, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; two clerks, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; two clerks, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; one clerk, at one thousand dollars; one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars; three vault watchmen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; in all, twenty-one thousand and six hundred dollars. Boston OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT TREASURER AT BOSTON: For assistant treasurer, five thousand dollars; for chief clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; paying-teller, two thousand five hundred dollars; assistant paying-teller, two thousand two hundred dollars; vault cierk. two thousand dollars; receiving-teller, two thousand dollars; first book-keeper, one thousand eight hundred dollars; second bookkeeper, one thousand four hundred dollars; specie clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; assistant specie clerk, one thousand five hundred dollars; money clerk, one thousand five hundred dollars; coupon clerk and redemption clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; receipt clerk and general clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; assistant redemption clerk, one thousand one hundred dollars; three clerks, at one thousand dollars each; one clerk, eight hundred dollars; messenger and chief watchman, one thousand and sixty dollars; three watchmen and janitors, at eight hundred and fifty dollars each; in all, thirty-seven thousand nine hundred and ten dollars. OFFICE OF ASSISTANT TREASURER AT CHICAGO : For assistant Chicago. treasurer, four thousand five hundred dollars; cashier, two thousand five hundred dollars; paying-teller, one thousand eight hundred dollars; book-keeper and receiving-teller, at one thousand five hundred dollars each; three coin, coupon, and currency clerks, at one thousand five hundred dollars each; five clerks, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; one messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars; one janitor, at six hundred dollars; and three watchmen, seven hun. dred and twenty dollars each; in all, twenty-five thousand nine hundred dollars. OFFICE OF ASSISTANT TREASURER AT CINCINNATI : For assistant Cincinnati. treasurer, four thousand five hundred dollars; cashier, two thousand dollars; book-keeper, one thousand eight hundred dollars; receivingteller, one thousand five hundred dollars; check clerk, and interest clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; one clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars; fractional-silver and minor-coin teller, one thousand dollars; two night-watchmen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; messenger, six hundred dollars; one watchman, at one hundred and twenty dollars; in all, sixteen thousand five hundred and sixty dollars. OFFICE OF ASSISTANT TREASURER AT NEW ORLEANS : For assist. New Orleang, ant treasurer, four thousand dollars; cashier, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; receiving-teller, two thousand dollars; one paying-teller, two thousand dollars; book-keeper, one thousand five hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one coin and redemption clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; two clerks, at one thousand dollars each; porter, five hundred dollars; one day-watchman, at seven hundred and twenty dollars; one nightwatchman, at seven hundred and twenty-dollars; in all, eighteen thousand and ninety dollars. OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT TREASURER AT NEW YORK : For as- New York. sistant treasurer, eight thousand dollars; cashier and chief clerk, four thousand two hundred dollars; deputy assistant treasurer, three thousand six hundred dollars; assistant cashier and vault clerk, three thousand two hundred dollars; two chiefs of division, at three thousand one hundred dollars each; chief of division, three thousand dollars; chief paying teller, three thousand dollars; authorities clerk, two thousand six hundred dollars; two chiefs of division, at two thousand four hundred dollars each; bond clerk, two thousand four hundred dollars; correspondence clerk, two thousand three hundred dollars; assistant chief of division, two thousand three hundred dollars; two assistant chiefs of division, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars each; assistant paying teller, two thousand two hundred dollars; general book-keeper, two thousand two hundred dollars; minor coin teller, two thousand dollars; three clerks, at two thousand one hundred dollars each; nine clerks, at two thousand dollars each; twelve clerks, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; three clerks, at one thousand seven hundred dollars each; eight clerks, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; seven clerks, at one thousand five hundred dollars each; eleven clerks, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; four clerks, at one thousand three hundred dollars each; two clerks, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; messenger, one thousand three hundred dollars; four messengers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; two hall-men, at one thousand dollars each; two porters, at nine hundred dollars each; keeper of the building, one thousand eight hundred dollars; chief detective, one thousand eight hundred dollars; assistant detective, one thousand four hundred dollars; engineer, one thousand and fifty dollars; assistant engineer, eight hundred and twenty dollars; six STAT L-VOL XXV- 18 watchmen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; in all, one hundred and seventy-four thousand eight hundred and ninety dollars. Philadelphia. OFFICE OF ASSISTANT TREASURER AT PHILADELPHIA : For as sistant treasurer, four thousand five hundred dollars; for cashier and chief clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; book-keeper, two thousand five hundred dollars; chief interest clerk and chief registered-interest clerk, at one thousand nine hundred dollars each; assistant book-keeper, one thousand eight hundred dollars; coin-teller, one thousand seven hundred dollars; redemption clerk and assistant coupon clerk, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; assistant registered-interest clerk, oue thousand five hundred dollars; assistant cashier and assistant coin-teller, at one thousand four hundred dol. lars each; receiving-teller, one thousand three hundred dollars; assistant receiving-teller, one thousand two hundred dollars; superintendent, messenger, and chief watchman, one thousand one hundred dollars; four female counters, at nine hundred dollars each; seven watchmen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; in all, thirty six thousand five hundred and forty dollars. Saint Louis. OFFICE OF AssisȚANT TREASURER AT SAINT LOUIS: For assistant treasurer, four thousand five hundred dollars; chief clerk and teller, two thousand five hundred dollars; assistant teller, one thou. sand eight hundred dollars; book-keeper, one thousand five hundred dollars; assistant book-keeper and one clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; one clerk, at one thousand dollars; assistant coin clerk, at one thouşand dollars; messenger, one thousand dollars; three watchmen, at seven hundred and twenty .dollars each; in all, seventeen thousand ołght hundred and sixty dollars. San Francisco. OFFICE OF AŞSISTANT TREASURER AT SAN FRANCISCO: For as sistant treasurer, four thousand five hundred dollars; cashier, three thousand dollars; book-keeper, two thousand five hundred dollars; one chief clerk, two thousand four hundred dollars; assistant cashier, receiving-telfer, and assistant book-keeper, at two thousand dollars each; coin-teller and one clerk, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; one clerk, one thousand four hundred dollars; one mes. senger, eight hundred and forty dollars; and four watchmen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; in all, twenty-seven thou sand one hundred and twenty dollars. Special agents. For compensation of special agents to examine the books, accounts, and money on hand at the several sub-treasuries and depositaries, in luding national banks acting as depositaries, under the requirements R.S., sec. 3649, p. 718 of section thirty-six hundred and forty-nine of the Revised Statutes of the United States, also including examinations of cash accounts at mints, five thousand dollars. Paper for checks. For paper for interest, transfer, redemption, pension, and other checks and drafts for the use of the Treasurer of the United States, assistant treasurers, pension agents, disbursing officers, and others, nine thonsand dollars. Mints and assay offices at UNITED STATES MINTS AND ASSAY OFFICES. Carson. MINT AT CARSON, NEVADA: For salary of superintendent, three thousand dollars; for assayer, melter and refiner, and coiner, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; assistant assayer, assistant melter and refiner, and assistant coiner, at two thousand dollars each; chief clerk, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; cashier, book-keeper, and weigh clerk, at two thousand dollars each; abstract clerk, and register of deposits, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; assayer's computation clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars; in all, twenty-nine thousand five hundred and fifty dollars. Wages. For wages of workmen and adjusters, sixty thousand dollars. Contingent expenses. For incidental and contingent expenses, twenty-five thousand dol lars. MINT AT DENVER, COLORADO: For salary of the assayer in charge, Denver. two thousand five hundred dollars; for melter, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; chief clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand six hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars; assistant assayer, one thousand four hundred dollars; in all, ten thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars. For wages of workmen, fourteen thousand seven hundred and fifty Wages. dollars. For incidental and contingent expenses, six thousand dollars. Contingent expenses; MINT AT NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA: For salary of superintend- New Orleans. ent, three thousand five hundred dollars; for the assayer, melter and refiner, and coiner, three in all, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; cashier and chief clerk, at two thousand dollars each; assistant assayer, assistant melter and refiner, and assistant coiner, one thousand nine hundred dollars each; abstract clerk, book-keeper, weighclerk, and assayer's computation clerk, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; register of the deposits, warrant clerk, and assistant weigh clerk, at one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars each; cashier's clerk, one thousand one hundred dollars; in all, thirty-one thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars. For wages of workmen and adjusters, seventy-four thousand dol. Wages.. lars. · For incidental and contingent expenses, including repairs and new Contingent expenses. machinery, thirty-five thousand dollars. MINT AT PHILADELPHIA: For salary of the superintendent, four Philadelphia. thousand five hundred dollars; for the assayer, melter and refiner, coiner and engraver, four in all, at three thousand dollars each; assistant assayer, assistant melter and refiner, and assistant coiner, at two thousand dollars each; cashier, two thousand five hundred dollars; chief clerk, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; book-keeper, abstract clerk, and weigh clerk, at two thousand dollars each; cashier's clerk, warrant clerk, and register of deposits, at one thousand seven hundred dollars each; assistant weigh clerk and assayer's computation clerk, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; in all, forty-one thousand five hundred and fifty dollars. For wages of workmen and adjusters, two hundred and ninety- Wages. three thousand dollars. For incidental and contingent expenses, including new machinery Contingent expenses. and repairs, expenses annual assay commission (and purchase, not exceeding three hundred dollars in value, of specimen coins and ores for the cabinet of the mint), one hundred thousand dollars. MINT AT SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA : For salary of superin- San Francisco. tendent, four thousand five hundred dollars; assayer, melter and refiner, and coiner, at three thousand dollars each; chief clerk and cashier, two thousand five hundred dollars each; book-keeper, abstract clerk, weigh clerk, and warrant clerk, assistant assayer, assistant melter and refiner, and assistant coiner, at two thousand dollars each; register of deposits, two thousand dollars; cashier's clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; assayer's computing clerk, assistant weigh clerk, and superintendent's computing clerk, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; in all, forty-one thousand one hundred dollars. For wages of workmen and adjusters, one hundred and seventy Wages. thousand dollars. For incidental and contingent expenses, forty thousand dollars. Contingent expenses. ASSAY-OFFICE AT SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI : For assayer in charge, Saint Louis. two thousand five hundred dollars; one clerk, one thousand dollars; in all, three thousand five hundred dollars. For incidental and contingent expenses, including labor, two thou- Contingent expenses sand four hundred dollars. |