five hundred copies of said maps shall be delivered to the Senate and five thousand to the House of Representatives for distribution. Indian Omce, Com- INDIAN OFFICE. —For compensation of the Commissioner of Indian missioner, etc. Affairs, four thousand dollars; assistant commissioner, who shall also perform the duties of chief clerk, three thousand dollars; one financial clerk, at two thousand dollars; chief of division, at two thousand dollars; one principal book-keeper, one thousand eight hundred dollars; five clerks of class four, one of whom shall have charge of the educational division; eight clerks of class three; one draughtsman, at one thousand six hundred dollars; one stenographer, at one thousand six hundred dollars; ten clerks of class two; eighteen clerks of class one; nine clerks, at one thousand dollars each; twelve copyists; one messenger; two assistant messengers; one laborer; one messenger boy, at three hundred and sixty dollars; and two charwomen; in all, ninety-six thousand nine hundred and eighty dollars. Pension Omice, Com- PENSION OFFICE.-For compensation of the Commissioner of Penmissioner, etc. sions, five thousand dollars; first deputy commissioner, three thousand six hundred dollars; second deputy commissioner, three thousand six hundred dollars; chief clerk, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; assistant chief clerk, two thousand dollars; medical referee, three thousand dollars; assistant medical referee, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; two qualified surgeons who shall be experts in their profession, at two thousand dollars each; eighteen medical examiners who shall be surgeons of education, skill, and experience in their profession, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; twelve chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; law clerk, two thousand dollars; forty-five principal examiners, for review board, at two thousand dollars each; twenty-four assistant chiefs of division, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; three stenographers, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; seventy-four clerks of class four; ninety-five clerks of class three; three hundred and seventy-two clerks of class two; three hundred and sixty-one clerks of class one; two hundred clerks, at one thousand dollars each; one superintendent of buildings, one thousand four hundred dollars; two engineers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; eighty-five copyists; twenty-five messengers; twenty messenger-boys, at four hundred dollars each; one captain of the watch, eight hundred and forty dollars; three sergeants of the watch, at seven hundred and fifty dollars each; twenty watchmen; three firemen; twenty-five laborers; and five charwomen, at four hundred dollars each; in all, one million eight hundred and eight thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars. Per diem, etc., inves For per diem, when absent from home, and traveling on duty, tigations outside the District of Columbia, for special examiners, or other persons employed in the Pension Office detailed for the purpose of making special investigations pertaining to said office, in lieu of ex. penses for susistence, not exceeding three dollars per day, and for actual and necessary expenses for transportation and assistance, two hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars : Provisos. Provided,—That five special examiners, or clerks detailed and actSupervising examin- ing as supervising examiners, and special examiners or clerks de tailed as such, not exceeding three in number, with headquarters in the District of Columbia, may be allowed, in addition to their salaries and in lieu of per diem and all expenses for subsistence, a sum not exceeding nine hundred dollars each per annum : Provided Limit. further, That the salary and such allowance to each shall in no case exceed two thousand four hundred dollars per annum. Additional special For an additional force of one hundred and fifty special examiners examiners. for one year, at a salary of one thousand four hundred dollars each, two hundred and ten thousand dollars; and no person so appointed shall be employed in the State from which he is appointed; and any ers. missioner, etc. of those now employed in the Pension Office or as special examin- . ers may be reappointed if they be found to be qualified. For per diem in lieu of subsistence for one hundred and fifty ad. Per diem, etc. ditional special examiners above provided for, 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 and necessary expenses for transportation and assistance, one hundred and ninety thousand dollars. UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.-For compensation of the Com- Patent Ofice, Com missioner of the Patent Office, five thousand dollars; for assistant commissioner, three thousand dollars; for chief clerk, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; one law clerk, at two thousand dollars; three examiners-in-chief, at three thousand dollars each; examiner of interferences, two thousand five hundred dollars; thirty principal examiners, two thousand four hundred dollars each; thirtytwo first assistant examiners, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; thirty-six second assistant examiners, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; forty-one third assistant examiners, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; fifty fourth assistant examiners, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; one financial clerk, two thousand dollars, who shall give bonds in such amount as the Secretary of the Interior may determine; one librarian, two thousand dollars; three chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; three assistant chiefs of division, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; three clerks of class four, one of whom shall act as application clerk; one machinist, one thousand six hundred dollars; five clerks of class three, one of whom shall be translator of languages; twelve clerks of class two; fifty clerks of class one; one skilled laborer, one thousand two hundred dollars; three skilled draughtsmen, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; four draughtsmen, at oné thousand dollars each; one messenger and property Clerk, one thou. sand dollars; twenty-five permanent clerks, at one thousand dollars each; five model attendants, at one thousand dollars each; ten model attendants, at eight hundred dollars each; sixty copyists, five of whom may be copyists of drawings; four copyists, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; ninety-two skilled laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; forty-five laborers, at six hundred dollars each; forty laborers, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; fifteen messenger-boys, at three hundred and sixty dollars each; in all, six hundred and fifty-eight thousand and seventy dollars. For purchase of books, and expenses of transporting publications Books, etc. of patents issued by the Patent Office to foreign Governments, three thousand dollars. For photolithographing or otherwise producing plates for the oficial Gazette. Official Gazette, forty-four thousand dollars. For photolithographing or otherwise producing copies of drawings Photolithographing, of the weekly issues of patents, for producing copies of designs, trade-marks, and pending applications, and for the reproduction of exhausted copies; said photolithographing or otherwise producing plates and copies referred to in this and the preceding paragraph to be done under the supervision of the Commissioner of Patents and in the city of Washington, if it can there be done at reasonable rates; and the Commissioner of Patents, under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, shall be authorized to make contracts therefor, ninety thousand dollars. For investigating the question of the public use or sale of inven- en Investigating na use tions for two years or more prior to filing applications for patents, and for expenses attending defense of suits instituted against the Commissioner of Patents, five hundred dollars. International Protection of Industrial Property, Patent Office: For to tection of industria) the share of the United States in the expense of conducting the property expenses. etc. International proetc. documents.. Railroads. International Bureau at Berne, Switzerland, for the years eighteen Post, p. 1878. hundred and eighty-seven, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, and eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, two thousand four hundred dollars, of which sum one thousand six hundred dollars shall be imme diately available. Bureau of Educa BUREAU OF EDUCATION.-For the Commissioner of Education, tion, Commissioner, three thousand dollars; collector and compiler of statistics, two thousand four hundred dollars; chief clerk one thousand eight hundred dollars; two clerks of class four; one statistician, one thousand eight hundred dollars; two clerks of class three; one translator, one thousand six hundred dollars; four clerks of class two; six clerks of class one; two clerks, at one thousand dollars each; seven copyists; one skilled laborer, eight hundred and forty dollars; two copyists, at eight hundred dollars each; one copyist, seven hundred and twenty dollars; one assistant messenger; two laborers; two laborers, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; one laborer, at four hundred dollars; and one laborer, at three hundred and sixty dollars; in all, forty five thousand four hundred and twenty dollars. Books, etc. For books for library, current educational periodicals, other cur. rent publications, and completing valuable sets of periodicals, one thousand dollars. Statistics. For collecting statistics for special reports and circulars of informa tion, two thousand five hundred dollars. Distributing, etc., For the distribution and exchange of educational documents, and for the collection, exchange, and cataloguing of educational apparatus and appliances, articles of school furniture, and models of school-buildings illustrative of foreign and domestic systems and methods of education, and for repairing the same; two thousand dol lars. Commissioner of OFFICE OF COMMISSIONER OF RAILROADS. -For Commissioner, four thousand five hundred dollars; book-keeper, two thousand four hundred dollers; railroad engineer, two thousand five hundred dollars; one assistant book-keeper, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk of class three; one copyist; and one assistant messenger; in all, fourteen thousand four hundred and twenty dollars. For examination of books and accounts of certain subsidized rail. road companies, and inspecting roads, shops, machinery, and equip ments of same, three thousand dollars. Architect of the Cap OFFICE OF THE ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL.–For Architect, four thousand five hundred dollars; one clerk of class four; one draughtsman, one thousand eight hundred dollars; compensation to disbursing clerk, one thousand dollars, one assistant messenger; person in charge of heating apparatus of the Congressional Library and Supreme Court, eight hundred and sixty-four dollars; one laborer in charge of water-closet in central portion of the Capitol, six hundred and sixty dollars and for three laborers for clearing rotunda, corridors, and dome, at six hundred and sixty dollars each; for the pay of seven watchmen employed on the Capitol Grounds, at eight hundred and forty dollars each; in all, nineteen thousand two hundred and four dollars. OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE GEOLOGICAL SURVEY.-For Director, etc. Director, six thousand dollars; executive officer, three thousand dol. lars; chief clerk, two thousand four hundred dollars; chief disbursing clerk, two thousand four hundred dollars; librarian, two thousand dollars; one photographer, two thousand dollars; three assistant photographers, one at nine hundred dollars, one at seven hundred and twenty dollars; and one at four hundred and eighty dollars; two clerks of class one; one clerk, at one thousand dollars; four clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; four copyists, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; one watchman, at eight hundred and forty dollars; four watchmen, at six hundred dollars each; one janitor, at six itol. Geological Survey, hundred dollars; four messengers, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; in all, thirty-five thousand five hundred and forty dollars. For contingentexpenses of the office of the Secretary of the Interior, contingent expenses. and the Bureaus, offices, and buildings of the Interior Department, including the Civil Service Commission: For furniture, carpets, ice, lumber, hardware, dry-goods, advertising, telegraphing, expressage wagons and harness, food and shoeing for horses, diagrams, awnings, constructing model and other cases, cases for drawings, file-holders, repairs of cases and furniture, and other absolutely necessary expenses, including fuel and lights, one hundred and twenty thousand dollars. For stationery for the Department of the Interior and its several Stationery. Bureaus and offices, including the Civil Service Commission and the Geological Survey, seventy-two thousand dollars. For new books and books to complete broken sets, five hundred Books. dollars. For rent of buildings for the Interior Department, namely: For Rent. the Geological Survey, ten thousand dollars; for store-room for documents, three hundred and sixty dollars; for Indian Office, five thousand five hundred dollars; for General Land Office, one thousand eight hundred dollars, which may also be occupied by the Railroad Office until not iater than December first, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, and for the Bureau of Education until not later than December first, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, one thousand six hundred and sixty-seven dollars; in all, nineteen thousand three hundred and twenty-seven dollars. For postage-stamps for the Interior Department and its Bureaus, Postage. as required under the Postal Union, to prepay postage on matter addressed to Postal Union countries, five thousand dollars. SURVEYORS-GENERAL AND THEIR CLERKS. Surveyors-gener 1 Arizona. California. For surveyor-general of the Territory of Arizona, two thousand five hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his office, three thousand dollars; in all, five thousand five hundred dollars. For rent of office for the surveyor-general, pay of messenger, fuel, books, stationery, and other incidental expenses, one thousand five hundred dollars. For surveyor-general of California; two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; and for the clerks in his office ten thousand dollars; in all, twelve thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars. For books, stationery, pay of messenger, and other incidental expenses, two thousand dollars. For surveyor-general of the State of Colorado, two thousand five Colorado. hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his office, six thousand dollars; in all, eight thousand five hundred dollars. For rent of office for the surveyor-general, fuel, books, stationery, pay of messenger, and other incidental expenses, one thousand five hundred dollars. For surveyor-general of the Territory of Dakota, two thousand dol- Dakota. lars; and for the clerks in his office, seven thousand dollars; in all, nine thousand dollars. For rent of office for the surveyor-general, fuel, books, stationery, pay of messenger, and other incidental expenses, one thousand five hundred dollars. For surveyor-general of Minnesota, one thousand eight hundred Minnesota. dollars; and for the clerks in his office, two thousand dollars; in all, three thousand eight hundred dollars. For fuel, books, stationery, pay of messenger, and other incidental expenses, one thousand dollars. STAT L-VOL XXV--19 Florida. Idaho. Louisiana Montana. Nevada. New Mexico. For surveyor-general of Florida, one thousand eight hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his office, one thousand eight hundred dollars; in all, three thousand six hundred dollars. For rent of office for the surveyor-general, fuel, books, stationery, and other incidental expenses, one thousand dollars. For surveyor-general of the Territory of Idaho, two thousand five hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his office, one thousand five hundred dollars; in all, four thousand dollars. For rent of office for the surveyor-general, fuel, books, stationery, pay of messenger, and other incidental expenses, one thousand five hundred dollars. For surveyor-general of Louisiana, one thousand eight hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his office, five thousand dollars; in all, six thousand eight hundred dollars. For fuel, books, stationery, messenger, and other incidental expenses, one thousand two hundred dollars. For surveyor-general of the Territory of Montana, two thousand five hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his office, six thousand dollars; in all, eight thousand five hundred dollars. For rent of office for the surveyor-general, fuel, books, stationery binding, restoration of plats, pay of messenger, and other incidenta expenses, two thousand dollars. For surveyor-general of Nevada, one thousand eight hundred dollars; and for clerks in his office, two thousand five hundred dollars; in all, four thousand three hundred dollars. For rent of office for the surveyor-general, fuel, books, stationery, pay of messenger, and other incidental expenses, eight hundred dollars. For surveyor-general of the Territory of New Mexico, two thousand five hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his office, three thousand dollars; in all, five thousand five hundred dollars.. For rent of office for the surveyor-general, pay of messenger, fuel, books, stationery, and other incidental expenses, one thousand five hundred dollars; and the Secretary of the Interior shall, if practicable, provide accommodations for the office of the surveyor-general of New Mexico in the building belonging to the United States in Santa Fe. For surveyor-general of Oregon, one thousand eight hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his office, three thousand dollars; in all, four thousand eight hundred dollars. For fuel, books, stationery, pay of messenger, and other incidental expenses, one thousand dollars. For surveyor-general of the Territory of Utah, two thousand five hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his office, three thousand dollars; in all, five thousand five hundred dollars. For rent of office for the surveyor-general, pay of messenger, fuel, books, stationery, and other incidental expenses, one thousand four hundred dollars. For surveyor-general of the Territory of Washington, two thousand five hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his office, five thousand five hundred dollars; in all, eight thousand dollars. For surveyor-general of the Territory of Wyoming, two thousand five hundred dollars; and for the clerks in his office, three thousanu dollars; in all, five thousand five hundred dollars. For rent of office for the surveyor-general, pay of messenger, fuel, books, stationery, and other incidental expenses, one thousand five hundred dollars. Oregon. Utah. Washington. Wyoming |