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POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT.

Post Office Department.

For compensation of the Postmaster-General, eight thousand dol- Pay of Postmaster

General, clerks, etc. lars; chief-clerk of the Post-Office Department, two thousand five hundred dollars; chief post-office inspector, three thousand dollars; stenographer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; appointment clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; two clerks of class three; one clerk of class two; three clerks of class one; two clerks, at one thousand dollars each; one copyist; one messenger; one female messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars; one assistant messenger; in all, thirty thousand six hundred dollars. Office of Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Depart- Assistant Attorney.

General's Office. ment: Låw clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; two clerks of class four; one clerk of class three, (lease clerk); one clerk of class two; in all, nine thousand one hundred dollars.

For First Assistant Postmaster-General, four thousand dollars; First Assistant Postchief clerk, two thousand dollars; chief of salary and allowance clerks, etc.

master-General, division, two thousand two hundred dollars; chief of appointment division, two thousand dollars; chief of bond division, two thousand dollars; superintendent division post-office supplies, two thousand dollars; superintendent of free delivery, three thousand dollars; two clerks of class four; twenty-two clerks of class three; one clerk of class three, to act as stenographer and Department telegraph operator; eight clerks of class two; twenty-four clerks of class one; nine clerks, at one thousand dollars each; two clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; six assistant messengers; eight laborers; in all, one hundred and eighteen thousand dollars. For Second Assistant Postmaster-General, four thousand dollars; Second Assistant

Postmaster - General, chief clerk, two thousand dollars; chief of division of inspection, clerks, etc. two thousand dollars; superintendent of railway adjustment, two thousand dollars; ten clerks of class four; thirty-four clerks of class three; eighteen clerks of class two; one stenographer, one thousand four hundred dollars; eighteen clerks of class one; seven clerks, at one thousand dollars each; three clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; three assistant messengers; and two laborers; in all, one hundred and forty-three thousand seven hundred and eighty dollars.

For Third Assistant Postmaster-General, four thousand dollars; Third Assistant Postchief clerk, two thousand dollars; chief of division of postage- clerks, etc. stamps, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; one chief of finance division, who shall give bond in such amount as the Postmaster-General may determine for the faithful discharge of his duties, two thousand dollars; four clerks of class four; sixteen clerks of class three; twenty-one clerks of class two; twenty-six clerks of class one; seven clerks, at one thousand dollars each; two female clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; two assistant messengers; six laborers; in all, one hundred and seventeen thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars.

Dead letter office: For superintendent of dead-letter officè, two Superintendent thousand five hundred dollars; one clerk of class four, who shall be chief clerk; one clerk of class .four; thrée clerks of class three; eleven clerks of class two; twenty-four clerks of class one, including eight female clerks; four clerks, at one thousand dollars each; fiftyfive clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; six female clerks, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; one assistant messenger; two laborers; four female laborers, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; in all, one hundred and sixteen thousand eight hundred and eighty dollars. For superintendent of foreign mails three thousand dollars; chief Superintendent for

gn mails, etc. clerk, two thousand dollars; one clerk of class four; three clerks of else class three; one clerk of class two; one clerk of class 'one; two clerks, at one thousand dollars each; one assistant messenger; in all, sixteen thousand nine hundred and twenty dollars.

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dead-letter office, etc.

etc.

Superintendent For superintendent of the money-order system, three thousand five money - order system,

hundred dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; six clerks of class four; eight clerks of class three; five clerks of class two; twelve clerks of class one; six clerks, at one thousand dollars each; five clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; one assistant messenger; one engineer, one thousand dollars; one assistant engineer for additional building for money order division, Sixth Auditor's Office, one thousand dol. lars; one fireman; four watchmen; one conductor of elevator, seven hundred and twenty dollars; four charwomen; one female laborer, four hundred and eighty dollars; and ten laborers; in all, seventy-six

thousand and eighty dollars. Mail depredations For office of mail depredations: Chief clerk, two thousand dollars; office.

one clerk of class three; two clerks of class two; five clerks of class one; three clerks, at one thousand dollars each; one assistant mes

senger; in all, sixteen thousand one hundred and twenty dollars. Topographer,

For topographer, two thousand five hundred dollars; three skilled draughtsmen, etc.

draughtsmen, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; three skilled draughtsmen, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; three skilled draughtsmen, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; three skilled draughtsmen, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; one examiner, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one clerk of class two; one map-mounter, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one assistant map-mounter, at seven hundred and twenty dollars; one assistant messenger; two watchmen; four female clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; and one charwoman; in all, thirty-one thousand

and twenty dollars. Disbursing clerk, For office of disbursing clerk and superintendent of building: Disclerks, etc.

bursing clerk and superintendent, two thousand ono hundred dollars; one clerk of class two, accountant; one clerk of class one, storekeeper; one engineer, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one assistant engineer, at one thousand dollars; one fireman, who shall be a blacksmith, at nine hundred dollars; one fireman, who shall be a steam-fitter, at nine hundred dollars; one conductor of elevator, seven hundred and twenty dollars; two firemen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; one carpenter, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one assistant carpenter, at one thousand dollars; captain of the watch, at one thousand dollars; nineteen watchmen; twenty laborers; one plumber, nine hundred dollars; one awning-maker, at nine hundred dollars; and fifteen charwomen; and for force in the additional building as follows: Four watchmen, three laborers, and three charwomen; in all, fifty-two thousand one hundred and twenty dol.

lars. Contingent expenses. FOR CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT,

INCLUDING THE ADDITIONAL BUILDING OCCUPIED BY THE MONEY-
ORDER DIVISION OF OF THE SIXTH AUDITOR'S OFFICE, namely:

For stationery and blank-books, including amount necessary for the purchase of free penalty envelopes, ten thousand dollars.

For fuel, and for repairs to heating apparatus, eight thousand dollars.

For gas, five thousand.
For plumbing and gas-fixtures, two thousand dollars.
For telegraphing. two thousand five hundred dollars.
For painting, three thousand five hundred dollars.
For carpets and matting, three thousand dollars.
For furniture, three thousand dollars.

For purchase of and keeping horses, repair of wagons and harness, to be used only for official purposes, one thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For hardware, one thousand two hundred dollars.
For miscellaneous items, twelve thousand dollars.

For rent of topographer's office, one thousand five hundred dollars; for rent of a suitable building or buildings for the use of the money

order office of the Post-Office Department, eight thousand dollars; for rent of building for use of the money-order division of the Auditor of the Treasury for the Post-Office Department, four thousand five hundred dollars; in all, fourteen thousand dollars.

For the publication of copies of the Official Postal Guide, includ- Postal Guide. ing not exceeding fifteen hundred copies for use of the Executive Departments, eighteen thousand two hundred dollars.

For miscellaneous expenses of the topographer's office in the prep- Post-route maps. áration and publication of the post-route maps, eighteen thousand dollars. And the Postmaster-General may authorize the sale of post- Sale. route maps to the public at cost, the proceeds of such sales to be used as a further appropriation for the preparation and publication of post-route maps.

For postage-stamps for correspondence addressed abroad which is Postage... not exempt from postage under article eight of the Paris convention of the Universal Postal Union, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

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OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL.-For compensation of the Department of JusAttorney-General, eight thousand dollars ; Solicitor-General, seven Pay of Attorney. thousand dollars ; three Assistant Attorneys-General, at five thou- Generales

General, Solicitorsand dollars each, one of whom shall take charge of business in the Court of Claims under the act of March third, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, known as the Bowman act; one Assistant AttorneyGeneral of the Post-Office Department, four thousand dollars; Solicitor of the Internal Revenue, four thousand five hundred dollars; examiner of claims, three thousand five hundred dollars; two assistant attorneys, at three thousand dollars each; three assistant attorneys, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; one assistant attorney, at two thousand dollars; law clerk and examiner of titles, two thousand seven hundred dollars; chief clerk and ex officio superintendent of the building, two thousand two hundred dollars; stenographic clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; two law clerks, at two thousand dollars each; five clerks of class four; additional for disbursing clerk and clerk in charge of pardons, two hundred dollars each; three clerks of class three; three clerks of class two; six clerks of class one; one telegraph operator and stenographer, at one thousand two hundred dollars; seven copyists; one messenger; four assistant messengers; three laborers; three watchmen; one engineer, one thousand two hundred dollars; two conductors of the elevator, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; seven charwomen; superintendent of building, two hundred and fifty dollars; and three firemen; in all, one hundred and fifteen thousand eight hundred and ninety dollars. For contingent expenses of the Department, namely:

Contingent expenses. For furniture and repairs, one thousand dollars.

For law and miscellaneous books for library of the Department, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For the purchase of session laws and statutes of the States and Territories for the library of the Department, one thousand dollars.

For stationery, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For miscellaneous expenditures, such as telegraphing, fuel, lights, labor, and other necessaries, directly ordered by the Attorney-General, including ordinary repairs of building and care of grounds, seven thousand one hundred and sixty dollars.

For official transportation for the Department, five hundred dollars.

For postage-stamps for foreign correspondence, one hundred dol- Postage. lars.

For the following force necessary for the care and protection of the Care of court-house, court-house in the District of Columbia, under the direction of the

District of Columbia.

Columbia jail.

preme Court.

United States marshal of the District of Columbia: One engineer, one thousand two hundred dollars; three watchmen; three firemen; four laborers, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; and six assistant messengers; in all, eleven thousand seven hundred and sixty

dollars. Solicitor of the OFFICE OF THE SOLICITOR OF THE TREASURY.-For compensation Treasury, assistant, clerks, etc.

of the Solicitor of the Treasury, four thousand five hundred dollars; assistant solicitor, three thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; three clerks of class four; three clerks of class three; four clerks of class two; one assistant messenger; and one laborer; in all,

twenty-six thousand six hundred and eighty dollars. Books.

For law and miscellaneous books for office of the Solicitor of the

Treasury, five hundred dollars. Stationery,

For stationery for office of Solicitor of the Treasury, four hundred

dollars. Warden, District of For warden of the jail of the District of Columbia, one thousand

eight hundred dollars. Pay of Justices Su- UNITED STATES COURTS.-For the Chief Justice of the Supreme

Court of the United States, ten thousand five hundred dollars; and for eight associate justices, ten thousand dollars each; in all, ninety

thousand five hundred dollars. Retired judges. To pay the salaries of the United States judges retired under secR.S., sec. 714, p. 185. tion seven hundred and fourteen of the Revised Statutes, so much as

may be necessary for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen

hundred and eighty-nine, is hereby appropriated. Circuit judges. For ten circuit judges, to reside in circuit, at six thousand dollars

each, sixty thousand dollars. Marshal Supreme For marshal of the Supreme Court of the United States, three thou

sand dollars. District judges. For salaries of the fifty-eight district judges of the United States,

two hundred and eleven thousand dollars. Judges supreme For salaries of the chief justice of the supreme court of the District court, District of Co

Co- of Columbia and the five associate judges, twenty-four thousand five

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hundred dollars.

For compensation of the district attorneys of the United States, twenty thousand three hundred dollars.

For compensation of the district marshals of the United States,

twelve thousand nine hundred dollars. Judges, etc., Court COURT OF CLAIMS.-For salaries of five judges of the Court of

Claims, at four thousand five hundred dollars each; chief clerk, three thousand dollars; one assistant clerk, two thousand dollars; bailiff, one thousand five hundred dollars; two clerks, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; and one messenger; in all, thirty-two thousand

two hundred and forty dollars. Contingent expenses. For stationery, books, fuel, and other miscellaneous expenses, three

thousand dollars., Reporting decisions. For reporting the decisions of the court, and superintending the

printing of the twenty-third volume of the Reports of the Court of Claims, to be paid on the order of the court, one thousand dollars;

said sum to be paid to the reporter, notwithstanding section sevenR.S., sec. 1765, p. 314. teen hundred and sixty-five of the Revised Statutes, or section three Vol. 18, p. 109. of the act of June twentieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-four,

chapter three hundred and twenty-eight.

Court.

District attorneys.

Marshals.

of Claims.

Department of Labor.

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR.

Pay of Commission. For compensation of the Commissioner of Labor,-five thousand er, clerks, etc.

dollars; chief clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; disbursing clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; four clerks of class four, all to be statistical experts; five clerks of class three, one of whom may be a stenographer; six clerks of class two, one of whom may be

a translator and one of whom may be a stenographer; eight clerks of class one; five clerks, at one thousand dollars each; two copyists, at nine hundred dollars each; two copyists, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; one messenger; one assistant messenger; three watchmen; two skilled laborers, at six hundred dollars each; two char-women; six special agents, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; ten special agents, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; four special agents, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; in all, eighty-four thousand five hundred and forty dollars.

For per diem, in lieu of subsistence of special agents while traveling Per diem, etc., spe on duty outside of the District of Columbia, at a rate not to exceed cial agent three dollars per day, and for their transportation, and for employment of experts and temporary assistance, and for traveling expenses of officers and employees, forty-three thousand five hundred dollars. For stationery, two thousand dollars.

Stationery. For books, periodicals, and newspapers for the library, one thou- Books, etc. sand dollars.

For postage-stamps to prepay postage on matter addressed to Postage.
Postal-Union countries, two hundred dollars.
For rent of rooms, four thousand dollars.

Rent. For contingent expenses, namely: For furniture, carpets, ice, lum- Contingent expenses. ber, hardware, dry-goods, advertising, telegraphing, telephone service, expressage, repairs of cases and furniture, and so forth, fuel and lights, soap, brushes, brooms, mats, and other absolutely necessary expenses, five thousand dollars. SEC. 2. That the pay of assistant messengers, firemen, watchmen, Rate of pay, assist

ant messengers, firelaborers, and charwomen provided for in this act, unless otherwise men, etc. specially stated, shall be as follows: For assistant messengers, firemen, and watchmen, at the rate of seven hundred and twenty, dollars per annum each; for laborers, at the rate of six hundred and sixty dollars per annum each; and for charwomen, at the rate of two hundred and forty dollars per annum each.

Approved, July 11, 1888

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CHAP. 621.-An act to authorize the Southwestern Arkansas and Indian Terri- July 16, 1888. tory Railroad Company to build a bridge across the Ouachita River, in Arkansas.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the South- Southwestern Arwestern Arkansas and Indian Territory Railroad Company, a cor- ritory Railroad Comporation created and existing under the laws of Arkansas, be, and is pany may bridge Oua

chita River, Ark. hereby, authorized to erect and maintain a bridge across the Ouachita River, in township ten south, range seventeen west, or at such point near said township as has been selected by said railroad company for crossing said river with their railroad line, the said bridge to be of such height as not to interfere with the navigation of said river: Provided, That an.y bridge constructed under this act and according Proviso. to its limitations shall be a lawful structure, and shall be known and Lawful structure

and post route. recognized as a post-route, and the same is hereby declared to be a post-route, upon which also no higher charge shall be made for the transmission over the same of the mails, the troops and the munitions of war of the United States, or for through passengers or freight passing over said bridge, than the rate per mile paid for their transportation over the railroads.leading to the said bridge; and equal privileges in the use of said bridge shall be granted to all telegraph companies; and the United States shall have the right of way for postal telegraph and telephone lines across said bridge.

Postal telegraph. SEC. 2. That the plan and location of said bridge, with a detailed Secretary of War to

approve plans, etc. map of the river at the proposed site of the bridge and near thereto, exhibiting the depths and currents, shall be submitted to the

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