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grounds.

Gardener.

required under the Postal Union, to prepay postage on matter addressed to Postal Union countries, two thousand five hundred dollars.

For contingent expenses of the War Department and its bureaus; Contingent expenses. expenses of horses and wagons to be used only for official purposes; purchase of professional and scientific books, card-catalogues, blankbooks, pamphlets, newspapers, maps, furniture, and repairs to same, carpets, matting, oil-cloth, file-cases, towels, ice, brooms, soap, sponges, fuel, gas, and heating apparatus for and repairs to buildings (outside of the State, War, and Navy Department Building) occupied by the Adjutant-General's Office, the Surgeon-General's Office, the Signal Office, and the office of Records of the Rebellion; freight and express charges; and for other absolutely necessary expenses, fifty-five thousand dollars.

For stationery for the War Department and its bureaus and offices, Stationery, twenty-five thousand dollars.

For rent of buildings for use of the War Department, as follows: Rent. For the Signal Office, seven thousand five hundred dollars; and any part of this sum not necessary to pay rent may be used in defraying the expense of moving the Signal Office to another building; for medical dispensary, Surgeon-General's Office, one thousand dollars; for the Rebellion Record Office, one thousand two hundred dollars; in all, nine thousand seven hundred dollars. PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS.

Public buildings and For clerk in the office of Public Buildings and Grounds, one thou- Clerk, messenger. sand six hundred dollars; and for messenger in the same office, eight hundred and forty dollars.

For the public gardener, one thousand eight hundred dollars.

For overseers, draughtsman, foremen, mechanics, gardeners, and Overseers, etc. laborers employed in the public grounds, thirty thousand dollars.

For watchman in Franklin Square, six hundred and sixty dollars. Watchmen.
For watchman in Lafayette Square, six hundred and sixty dollars.

For two day-watchmen in Smithsonian Grounds, at six hundred and sixty dollars each, one thousand three hundred and twenty dollars.

For two night-watchmen in Smithsonian Grounds, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each, one thousand four hundred and forty dollars.

For one watchman for Judiciary Square, and one for Lincoln Square and adjacent reservations, at six hundred and sixty dollars each; one thousand three hundred and twenty dollars.

For one watchman for Iowa Circle; one watchman for Thomas Circle and neighboring reservations; one for Rawlins Square and Washington Circle; one for Dupont Circle and neighboring reservations; one for McPherson and Farragut Squares; one for Stanton Square and neighboring reservations; two for Henry Square, Seaton Square, and reservations east to Botanic Garden; one for Mount Vernon Square and adjacent reservations; one for greenhouse at the nursery; one for grounds south of Executive Mansion; eleven in all, at six hundred and sixty dollars each, seven thousand two hundred and sixty dollars.

For one night-watchman for Henry Square, Seaton Square, and reservations east to Botanic Garden, at seven hundred and twenty dollars. For contingent and incidental expenses, five hundred dollars. Contingent expenses. STATE, WAR, AND NAVY DEPARTMENT BUILDING.

Department Building. Office of the superintendent : One clerk class one, one chief en- Superintendent's

Office. gineer, at one thousand two hundred dollars ; eight assistant engineers, at one thousand dollars each; one captain of the watch, one thousand two hundred dollars; two lieutenants of the watch, at

State, War, and Navy

eight hundred and forty dollars each; fifty-eight watchmen; one carpenter, one thousand dollars; one machinist, at nine hundred dollars; one plumber, at nine hundred dollars; one painter, at nine hundred dollars; four skilled laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; twenty-four firemen; ten conductors of elevators, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; twenty laborers; and eighty charwomen; in all, one hundred and eighteen thousand five hundred dollars,

For fuel, lights, miscellaneous items, and repairs, forty-two thousand five hundred dollars.

Fuel, lights, etc.

Navy Department.

NAVY DEPARTMENT.

Docks.

ment and Recruiting

Pay of Secretary, For compensation of the Secretary of the Navy, eight thousand clerks, etc.

dollars; for compensation of chief clerk of the Navy Department, two thousand five hundred dollars; one disbursing clerk, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; two clerks of class four; one clerk of class four in charge of files and records; two clerks of class three; one stenographer, at one thousand six hundred dollars (for office of naval intelligence); two clerks of class two; four clerks of class one; two clerks, at one thousand dollars each; telegraph operator, at one thousand dollars; one carpenter, at nine hundred dollars; two messengers; three assistant messengers; two messengerboys, at four hundred and twenty dollars each; one messenger-boy, at two hundred and forty dollars; one laborer; one clerk of class two and one laborer (for Inspection Board); one clerk of class one (for Examining and Retiring Board); three clerks of class four; one clerk of class three and one clerk of class two (for office of detail);

in all, fifty-one thousand six hundred and ninety dollars. Bureau of Yards and BUREAU OF YARDS AND DOCKS: For one chief clerk, one thou

sand eight hundred dollars; one draughtsman and clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk of class four; one clerk of class three; one clerk of class two; one clerk of class one; one assistant messenger; and one laborer; in all, ten thousand nine hun

dred and eighty dollars. Bureau of Equip- BUREAU OF EQUIPMENT AND RECRUITING : For chief. clerk, one

thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk of class four; two clerks of class two; three clerks of class one; two copyists; one assistant messenger; and one laborer; in all, thirteen thousand one hundred and

eighty dollars. Bureau of Naviga- BUREAU OF NAVIGATION : For chief clerk, one thousand eight

hundred dollars: one clerk of class three; one clerk of class two; one clerk of class one; one copyist; one assistant messenger; and three

laborers; in all, nine thousand six hundred dollars. Naval Records of the FOR THE COMPILATION OF THE NAVAL RECORDS OF THE WAR OF

THE REBELLION: For two clerks of class one, for one clerk, at one thousand dollars, and four copyists, at seven hundred and twenty

dollars each; in all, six thousand two hundred and eighty dollars. Library.

LIBRARY OF THE NAVY DEPARTMENT : One clerk, at one thousand dollars; one assistant messenger; one laborer; in all, two thousand

three hundred and eighty dollars. Nautical Almanac. NAUTICAL ALMANAC OFFICE : For the following assistants,

namely: Three, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; two, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; three, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; two, at one thousand dollars each; and one copyist and typewriter, nine hundred dollars; one assistant messenger; one laborer; in all, fifteen thousand four hundred and eighty dollars.

For pay of computers on piece-work in preparing for publication the American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanao, and improving the Tables of the Planets, eight thousand four hundred dollars.

tion,

Rebellion,

Computers.

HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE: For two clerks of class two; one clerk of Hydrographic Office. class one; one assistant messenger; one watchman; in all, five thousand four hundred and forty dollars.

For draughtsmen, engravers, assistants, computers, custodian of Services. archives, copyists, copper-plate printers, printers' apprentices, and laborers in the Hydrographic Office, forty thousand dollars.

For purchase of chart-paper, copper-plates, steel-plates, electrotyp- Materials, etc. ing copper-plates; cleaning copper-plates; ink and other materials for printing; charts, instruments, and drawing-paper; tools and materials for drawing and engraving charts; materials for and mounting charts; reduction of drawings by photography; photo-lithographing charts for immediate use; transfer of photo-lithographic and other charts to copper; repairs to printing-presses and other furniture and tools; extra drawing and engraving, translating from foreign languages; expert work in compiling and arranging data for charts, sail. ing-directions, and other nautical publications; purchase of foreign and other charts and hydrographic works for the use of the vessels of the Navy, and freight and express charges on the same'as well as on the material before named; purchase of drawing-paper. drawing materials, surveying instruments, and care and repairs of same, to be furnished naval vessels engaged in surveying; expert marine meteoro. logical and other work in the preparation of the Pilot Chart and supplements, and the printing and mailing of the same including postage: and purchase of works and periodicals relating to hydrography,marine meteorology, navigation and surveying, thirty thousand dollars.

For rent of building for printing-presses, draughtsmen, and en- Rent. gravers, storage of copper-plates and materials used in the construction and printing of charts, and for repairs and heating of the same, and for gas, water, and telephone rates, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For contingent expenses of branch offices at Boston, New York, Contingent expenses, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Norfolk, New Orleans, San Francisco, and Portland, Oregon, including furniture, fuel, lights, rent and care of offices, car-fare and ferriage, in visiting merchant vessels, freight, express, telegrams, and other necessary expenses incurred in collecting the latest information for the Pilot Chart, and for other purposes for which the offices were established, eleven thousand dollars.

NAVAL OBSERVATORY: For pay of three assistant astronomers, Naval Observatory one at two thousand dollars and two at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; one clerk of class four; one instrument maker, one thousand five hundred dollars; one computer, one thousand two hun: dred dollars; four watchmen, including one for now Naval Observatory grounds; two skilled laborers, one at one thousand dollars and one at seven hundred and twenty dollars; and seven laborers; in all, nineteen thousand three hundred and twenty dollars.

For miscellaneous computations, one thousand two hundred dollars.

For apparatus and instruments, and for repairs of the same, two thousand five hundred dollars.

For books, engravings, photographs, fixtures, and periodicals for the library, one thousand dollars.

For repairs to buildings, fixtures, and fences, fuel, gas, furniture, chemicals, stationery, freight, foreign postage, expressage, fertilizers, plants and all contingent expenses, three thousand nine hundred dollars.

For payment to Smithsonian Institution for freight on Observatory publications sent to foreign countries, one hundred and thirtysix düllars.

BUREAU OF ORDNANCE: For chief clerk, one thousand eight hun- Bureau of Ordnance. dred dollars; draughtsman, one thousand eight hundred dollars, one assistant draughtsman, one thousand four hundred dollars; one

Bureau of Steam

clerk of class three; one clerk of class two; one clerk of class one; one clerk, at one thousand dollars; one copyists; one assistant messenger; and one laborer; in all, twelve thousand four hun:ired and

eighty dollars. Bureau of Construc BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR: For chief clerk, one tion and Repair.

thousand eight hundred dollars; draughtsman, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one assistant draughtsman, one thousand six hundred dollars; one assistant draughtsman, one thousand four hundred dollars; one clerk of class four; one clerk of class three; one clerk of class two; one clerk of class one; one assistant messenger; and one laborer; in all, thirteen thousand nine hundred and eighty dollars.

BUREAU OF STEAM-ENGINEERING: For chief clerk, one thousand Engineering.

eight hundred dollars; one clerk of class two; one clerk of class one; one assistant messenger; and two laborers; one chief draughtsman, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; one assistant draughtsman, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one assistant draughtsman, at one thousand dollars; in all, eleven thousand and

ninety dollars. Bureau of Provisions

BUREAU OF PROVISIONS AND CLOTHING : For chief clerk, one and Clothing

thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk of class four; three clerks of class three; four clerks of class two; one stenographer, at one thousand four hundred dollars; nine clerks of class one; one clerk, at one thousand dollars; two copyists; one assistant messenger; and

one laborer; in all, thirty thousand three hundred and eighty dollars. • Bureau of Medicine

BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY: For chief clerk, one thouand Surgery.

sand eight hundred dollars; one clerk of class three; one clerk of class two; one clerk of class one; one clerk, at one thousand dollars; One assistant messenger; and one laborer; one janitor, six hundred dollars; one laborer, four hundred and eighty dollars (for Naval

Dispensary); in all, nine thousand four hundred and sixty dollars. Judge-Advocate JUDGE-ADVOCATE-GENERAL, UNITED STATES NAVY : For two General

clerks of class four; one clerk of class three; three clerks of class one; one clerk at one thousand dollars; one copyists, seven hundred and twenty dollars; one laborer; in all, eleven thousand one hundred and

eighty dollars. Library books.

For professional books and periodicals for Department library, one

thousand dollars. Contingent expenses. For stationery, furniture, newspapers, plans, drawings, drawing

materials, horses and wagons, to be used only for official purposes, freight, expressage postage, and other absolutely necessary expenses of the Navy Department and its various Bureaus and offices, twelve thousand dollars.

Department of the Interior.

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.

Pay of Secretary For compensation of the Secretary of the Interior, eight thousand assistants, clerks, etc.

dollars; First Assistant Secretary, four thousand five hundred dollars; Assistant Secretary, four thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars, and two hundred and fifty dollars ad

ditional as superintendent of the Patent Office building; six members Board of Pepsion of a Board of Pension Appeals, to be appointed by the Secretary Appeals.

of the Interior, at two thousand dollars each; two special inspectors connected with the administration of the public-land service, to be appointed by the Secretary of the Interior and to be subject to his direction, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; one superintendent of documents, two thousand dollars; six clerks, chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each, one of whom shall be disbursing clerk; for one private secretary to the Secretary of the Interior, one thousand eight hundred dollars; five clerks of class four; one census, clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; seven clerks of class three; one clerk of class three (custodian), who shall give bond in

Watchmen,

such sum as the Secretary of the Interior may determine; one book-
keeper for custodian, one thousand two hundred dollars; eight clerks
of class two; thirteen clerks of class one; two clerks of class one, who
shall be stenographers or type-writers; one returns office clerk, one
thousand two hundred dollars; one female clerk, to be designated by
the President, to sign land-patents, one thousand two hundred dollars,
one clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars; four clerks at one
thousand dollars each; two copyists at nine hundred dollars; one
telephone operator, six hundred dollars; seven copyists; three mes- Messengers.
sengers; nine assistant messengers; fourteen laborers; two skilled
mechanics, one at nine hundred dollars and one at seven hundred
and twenty dollars; two carpenters at nine hundred dollars each; one
laborer, at six hundred dollars; four packers at six hundred and sixty
dollars each; one conductor of elevator, at seven hundred and twenty
dollars; four charwomen; for one captain of the watch, one thousand
dollars; forty watchmen; additional to two watchmen acting as Watchmen.
lieutenants of watchmen, at one hundred and twenty dollars each;
one engineer, one thousand two hundred dollars; assistant engineer,
one thousand dollars; and six firemen; in all, one hundred and
eighty-five thousand four hundred and ninety dollars.
OFFICE OF ASSISTANT ATTORNEY-GENERAL: For one law clerk, office

Office of Assistant

Attorney-General. at two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; one law clerk, at two thousand five hundred dollars; one law clerk, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; thirteen law clerks, at two thousand dollars each; two clerks of class three, one of whom shall act as stenographer; in all, thirty-six thousand seven hundred dollars.

For per diem in lieu of subsistence of two special inspectors con- Per diem, etc., innected with the administration of the public-land service, while spectors, public lands. traveling on duty, at a rate to be fixed by the Secretary of the Interior not exceeding three dollars per day, and for actual necessary expenses of transportation, five thousand dollars, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior. GENERAL LAND OFFICE. For the Commissioner of the General General Land Office,

Commissioner, etc. Land Office, four thousand dollars; one assistant commissioner, to be appointed by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate who shall be authorized to sign such letters, papers, and documents and to perform such other duties as may be directed by the Commissioner, and shall act as Commissioner in the absence of that officer or in case of a vacancy in the office of Commissioner, three thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; two law clerks, at two thousand two hundred dollars each; three inspectors of surveyors-general and district land offices, at two thousand dollars each, recorder, two thousand dollars; three principal clerks, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; two law examiners, at two thousand dollars each; ten principal examiners of land claims and contests, at two thousand dollars each; forty clerks of class four; sixty clerks of class three; seventy clerks of class two; seventy-five clerks of class one; fifty-five clerks, at one thousand dollars each; and fifty copyists; nine assistant messengers; twelve laborers; and six packers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; in all, five hundred and twenty-five thousand seven hundred and seventy dollars.

For per diem in lieu of subsistence of inspectors and of clerks de- Per diem, etc., intailed to investigate fraudulent land-entries, trespasses on the public lands, and cases of official misconduct, while traveling on duty, at a rate to be fixed by the Secretary of the Interior not exceeding three dollars per day, and for actual necessary expenses of transportation, ten thousand dollars.

For law-books for the law library of the General Land Office, five Law books. hundred dollars. · For connected and separate United States and other maps prepared in Maps. the General Land Office, fifteen thousand dollars; and two thousand

vestigations.

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