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warrant clerk, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars ; cashier, two thousand dollars; bar clerk, abstract clerk, and assayer's computation clerk, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; assistant weigh clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars; register of deposits, one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; assayer's first assistant, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; assayer's second assistant, two thousand one hundred and fifty dollars ; &ssayer's third assistant, two thousand dollars; in all, thirty-nine

thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. Wages.

For wages of workmen, twenty-five thousand dollars. Contingent expenses. For incidental and contingent expenses, ten thousand dollars. Saint Louis.

ASSAY-OFFICE AT SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI: For assayer in charge, two thousand five hundred dollars; one clerk, one thousand dollars;

in all, three thousand five hundred dollars. Contingent expenses. For incidental and contingent expenses, including labor, two

thousand four hundred dollars.

Territories.

GOVÉRNMENT IN THE TERRITORIES.

Alaska.

TERRITORY OF ALASKA: For salary of governor, three thousand Pay of governor, etc.

dollars ; judge, three thousand dollars ; attorney, marshal, and clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars each ; four commissioners, one thousand dollars. each; four deputy marshals, seven hundred and

fifty dollars each ; in all, twenty thousand five hundred dollars. Contingent expenses. For incidental and contingent expenses of the Territory, station

ery, lights, and fuel, to be expended under the direction of the gor

ernor, two thousand dollars. Arizona.

TERRITORY OF ARIZONA : For salary of governor, two thousand Pay of governor, etc.

six hundred dollars ; chief justice and two associate judges, at three thousand dollars each ; secretary, one thousand eight hundred dollars; interpreter and translator in the executive office, five hundred

dollars ; in all, thirteen thousand nine hundred dollars. Legislative expenses. For legislative expenses, namely: For rent, messenger, postage,

stationery, fuel, lights, printing, and incidental expenses for secre

tary's office, two thousand. dollars. Contingent expenses. For contingent expenses of the Territory, to be expended by the

governor, five hundred dollars. . Dakota

TERRITORY OF DAKOTA: For salary of governor, two thousand six Pay of governor, etc.

hundred dollars; chief justice and seven associate judges, at three thousand dollars each; and secretary, at one thousand eight hundred

dollars, twenty-eight thousand four hundred dollars. Legislative expenses. For legislative expenses, namely: Stationery and blanks for secre

tary's office, fuel and lights, messenger and porter and care of Gov. ernment property, clerk in secretary's office, repairs and purchase of

furniture, and incidental expenses, two thousand five hundred dollars. Contingent expenses. For contingent expenses, to be expended by the governor, five hun

dred dollars.

TERRITORY OF IDAHO : For salary of governor, two thousand six Pay of governor, etc.

hundred dollars; chief justice and two associate judges, at three thousand dollars each; and secretary at one thousand eight hundred

dollars, thirteen thousand four hundred dollars. Legislative expenses.

28. For legislative expenses, namely: For fuel for secretary's office,

official printing and stationery, rent of office for secretary and clerk, library, document and storage rooms, furniture for secretary's office, ice, clerk hire, messenger and porter, carpet and furniture for clerk's office, oil, lamps, brooms, and dusters, postage and rent of post-office box, seals, repairs to furniture, and incidental expenses, two thou

sand dollars. Coutingent expenses. For contingent expenses, to be expended by the governor, five

hundred dollars. Montana.

TERRITORY OF MONTANA: For salary of governor, two thousand Pay of governor, etc.

six hundred dollars; chief justice and three associate judges, at thres

Idaho.

Pay of governor, etc.

thousand dollars each; and secretary, at one thousand eight hundred dollars, sixteen thousand four hundred dollars.

For legislative expenses, namely: For clerk, porter and messenger, Legislative expenses. for rent of office and storage room, postage, stationery, official printing, fuel and lights, furniture and repairs on furniture, and telegraphing, for secretary's office, two thousand dollars.

For contingent expenses of the Territory, to be expended by the Contingent expenses. governor, five hundred dollars. TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO: For salary of governor, two thou- New Mexico.

Pay of governor, etc. sand six hundred dollars; chief justice and three associate judges, at three thousand dollars each; secretary, at one thousand eight hundred dollars; and interpreter and translator in the executive office, at five hundred dollars, sixteen thousand nine hundred dollars.

For legislative expenses, namely: For light, fuel, ice, casing, car- Legislative expenses. pets and furniture, stationery and record-books, printing, postage, clerk, messenger and porter, and incidentals in secretary's office, two thousand dollars.

For contingent expenses of the Territory, to be expended by the Contingent expenses. governor, five hundred dollars.

TERRITORY OF Utah: For salary of governor, two thousand six Utab. hundred dollars; chief justice and three associate judges, at three thousand dollars each; and secretary, at one thousand eight hun dred dollars, sixteen thousand four hundred dollars.

For legislative expenses, namely: For per diem of members and Legislative e officers of the legislative assembly, eleven thousand nine hundred and forty dollars; mileage of members, one thousand two hundred dollars ; stationery, temporary clerk-hire, rent of halls and committee rooms, gas and other miscellaneous expenses, contingent expenses of secretary's office, five thousand one hundred and ten dollars; print. ing bills, laws, and journals, three thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; in all, twenty-two thousand dollars.

For contingent expenses of the Territory, to be expended by the Contingent expenses. governor, five hundred dollars. .

For the salaries of the five commissioners appointed under an act Utah Commission. entitled “An act to amend section fifty-three hundred and fifty-two Vol, 22, p. of the Revised Statutes of the United States in reference to bigamy, and for other purposes,” approved March twenty-second, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, at five thousand dollars each, twenty-five thousand dollars.

For the following expenses of the commission, namely: For travel Expenses. ing expenses, printing, stationery, clerk-hire, and office-rent, eight thousand five hundred dollars: Provided, That out of this sum the Proviso.

Secretary commission is hereby authorized to pay the secretary of the Territory, who is its secretary and disbursing agent, a reasonable sum for such service, not exceeding three hundred dollars, for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety.

For compensation of the officers of election, including contingent Election ofiicers,etc. expenses, twenty-five thousand dollars. TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON: For salary of governor, two thou- Washington.

Pay of governor,etc. sand six hundred dollars; chief justices and three associate judges, at three thousand dollars each; and secretary, at one thousand eight hundred dollars, sixteen thousand four hundred dollars.

For legislative expenses, namely: For per diem of members of the Legislative expenses. Territorial legislature and officers thereof, eleven thousand nine hundred and forty dollars; for mileage, three thousand dollars; legislative printing, three thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; for repairing capitol building, legislative hall, and council chamber, repairing furniture, carpets, and matting, and for lights, fuel, stationery, and for other incidental expenses of the legislature, rent of secretary's office, hire of messenger, light, fuel, stationery, postage, office furniture, repairs, and other incidentals, three thousand three hundred and ten dollars; in all, twenty-* ro thousand dollars.

Contingent expenses. For contingent expenses of the Territory, to be expended by the

governor, five hundred dollars. Wyoming

TERRITORY OF WYOMING: For salary of governor, two thousand Pay of governor, etc. wir bu

etc. six hundred dollars ; chief justice and two associate judges, at three

thousand dollars each ; and secretary, at one thousand eight hundred

dollars, thirteen thousand four hundred dollars. Legislative expenses. For legislative expenses, namely: For per diem of officers and

members of the council and house of representatives, eleven thousand nine hundred and forty dollars; for mileage of members, three thousand dollars; printing laws, journals, and bills, three thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; fitting up halls, removing furniture, rent of halls and committee-rooms, new carpets, furniture, repairing, stationery and record-books for legislative assembly, fuel and lights, legislative halls and committee-rooms, temporary clerk-hire, secretary's office, during and after session; clerk, porter, and messenger, for rent of office, postage, stationery, official printing, fuel and lights, three thousand three hundred and ten dollars; in all, twenty-two

thousand dollars. Contingent expenses. For contingent expenses of the Territory, to be expended by the

governor, five hundred dollars.

War Department,

WAR DEPARTMENT.

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

lars; one chief clerk, at two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; one disbursing clerk, at two thousand dollars ; three chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; one stenographer, at one thousand eight hundred dollars ; five clerks of class four; five clerks of class three, one clerk of class three, or stenographer, for the retired General of the Army, at one thousand six hundred dollars to be selected by him; nine clerks of class two; twenty-one clerks of class one; seven clerks, at one thousand dollars each; four messengers; seven assistant messengers; eight laborers; carpenter, one thousand dollars; foreman of laborers, one thousand dollars; one hostler, six hundred dollars; two hostlers, at five hundred and forty dollars; and one watchman, at five hundred and forty dollars; in all, one hundred

and one thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars Adjutant - General's IN THE OFFICE OF THE ADJUTANT-GENERAL: One chief clerk, at office.

two thousand dollars; twenty-five clerks of class four; thirty-seven clerks of class three; sixty-nine clerks of class two; three hundred and sixty-six clerks of class one; sixteen clerks, at one thousand dollars each; five messengers; forty-four assistant messengers ;

three watchmen; three laborers; in all, six hundred and ninetyAssignment for pen- eight thousand and twenty dollars. And not less than two hundred sion, etc., claims.

of the clerks in the office of the Adjutant-General shall be exclusively engaged in preparing and making reports to expedite the settle

ment of pension applications and soldiers claims. Inspector-General's IN THE OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR-GENERAL: For one clerk of office

class four; one clerk of class one; one assistant messenger; in all,

three thousand seven hundred and twenty dollars. Judge-Advocate. JUDGE-ADVOCATE-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT: One chief clerk, at General's office.

two thousand dollars; two clerks of class three; four clerks of class one; one clerk, at one thousand dollars; one copyist; one messenger; and one assistant messenger ; in all, thirteen thousand four hundred

and sixty dollars. Signal Office.

IN THE SIGNAL OFFICE: For professor of meteorology, four thousand dollars ; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; three assistant professors of meteorology, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; two clerks of class four; bibliographer and librarian, one thousand six hundred dollars; two clerks of class three; chief draughtsman, one thousand four hundred dollars; foreman of printing, one thousand four hundred dollars; five clerks of class two; lithographer, one thousand two hundred dollars; chief mechanic, one thousand two hun. dred dollars; two draughtsmen, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; two telegraph operators, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; forty clerks of class one, including not more than three stenog. raphers; two telegraph operators, at one thousand dollars each; twenty-six clerks, at one thousand dollars each; two telegraph operators, at nine hundred dollars each; ten clerks, at nine hundred dol. lars each; three copyists (or type-writers, one of whom to be a translator), at eight hundred and forty dollars each; five skilled artisans, at eight hundred and forty dollars each; two messengers; six copy. ists (or type-writers), at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; two assistant messengers (or janitors), at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; two watchmen; battery-man, seven hundred and twenty dollars; carpenter, six hundred and sixty dollars; five laborers; two copyists, at six hundred dollars each; four laborers (or assistant janitors), at six hundred dollars each; three messengers, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; two stitchers and folders, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; two laborers, at four hundred and fifty dollars each; two messengers, at four hundred and twenty dollars each; for temporary employment of copyists, at not exceeding one dollar and fifty cents per diem, and for such other services as the Secretary of War may deem necessary in the office of the Chief Signal Officer, at Washington, District of Columbia, to carry into effect the appropriations made for the support of the Signal Service, two thousand three hundred and forty dollars; in all, one hundred and fiftythree thousand nine hundred and sixty dollars. IN THE OFFICE OF THE QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL: One chief Quartermaster-God

eral's office. clerk, at two thousand dollars; thirteen clerks of class four; eleven eral clerks of class three; twenty-four clerks of class two; thirty-six clerks of class one; ten clerks, at one thousand dollars each; six. skilled type-writers, at one thousand dollars each; one female messenger, at four hundred and eighty dollars; four messengers; nine assistant messengers; two laborers; one civil engineer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one assistant civil engineer, one thousand two hundred dollars; one draughtsman, one thousand eight hundred dollars ; one assistant draughtsman, one thousand six hundred dollars; one assistant draughtsman, one thousand four hundred dollars; one assistant draughtsman, one thousand two hundred dollars; in all, one hundred and fifty-six thousand four hundred and forty dollars. IN THE OFFICE OF THE COMMISSARY-GENERAL: One chief clerk, c

Y-GENERAL: One chief clerk. Commissary-Gener

al's office. at two thousand dollars; one clerk of class four; three clerks of class three; four clerks of class two; fourteen clerks of class one; nine clerks, at one thousand dollars each; two assistant messengers; two laborers; in all, forty-two thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars.

IN THE OFFICE OF THE SURGEON-GENERAL: One chief clerk, at Surgeon-General's two thousand dollars; twenty-four clerks of class four; thirty-two of clerks of class three; sixty-two clerks of class two; one hundred and seventy-two clerks of class one; eighty-nine clerks, at one thousand dollars each; one anatomist, at one thousand six hundred dollars; two engineers, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; two assistant engineers, for night duty, at nine hundred dollars each; two firemen; one skilled mechanic, one thousand dollars; sixteen assistant messengers; one messenger-boy, at three hundred and sixty dollars; six watchmen; two superintendents of buildings, at two hundred and fifty dollars each; and sixteen laborers; in all, five hundred and fourteen thousand five hundred dollars. And not less than two hun- Assignment for pendred and eighty of the clerks in the Surgeon-General's Office shall sion work. be exclusively engaged in preparing and making reports to expedite the settlement of pension applications called for by the Commissioner of Pensions.

office.

al's office.

Ordnance office. IN THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF ORDNANCE: One chief clerk, at

two thousand dollars; three clerks of class four; two clerks of class three; two clerks of class two; twenty-two clerks of class one; two clerks, at one thousand dollars each; two messengers; one assistant messenger, one laborer, in all, forty-four thousand eight hundred

and sixty dollars. Paymaster-Gener IN THE OFFICE OF THE PAYMASTER-GENERAL: One chief clerk, at

two thousand dollars; six clerks of class four; seven clerks of class three; ten clerks of class two; seven clerks of class one; two clerks, at one thousand dollars each; one assistant messenger; and five la

borers; in all, fifty-two thousand four hundred and twenty dollars. Office of Chief of En- IN THE OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS: One chief clerk, at gineers.

two thousand dollars; four clerks of class four; two clerks of class three; three clerks of class two; three clerks of class one; one clerk, at one thousand dollars; one assistant messenger; and two laborers;

in all, twenty-three thousand two hundred and forty dollars. Draughtsmen, etc. And the services of skilled draughtsman, civil engineers, and such

other services as the Secretary of War may deem necessary may be employed in the office of the Chief of Engineers to carry into effect the various appropriations for rivers and harbors, fortifications, and

surveys for military defensés, to be paid from such appropriations : Proviso.

Provided, That the expenditures on this account for the fiscal year Limit.

ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety, shall not exceed sixty thousand dollars; and that the Secretary of War, shall each year, in the annual estimates, report to Congress the number of per

sons so employed and the amount paid to each. Records of the Re

OFFICE OF PUBLICATION OF RECORDS OF THE REBELLION: For bellion,

one agent, two thousand dollars; three clerks of class four, two of whom shall be employed on the general index; three clerks of class three; one clerk of class two; three clerks of class one; three copyists, at nine hundred dollars each; one pressman and compositor, one thousand two hundred dollars; one compositor, one thousand dollars; two copy-holders, at nine hundred dollars each; two assistant messengers; two watchmen; and one laborer, at six hundred dollars; in

all, twenty-seven thousand three hundred and eighty dollars. Postage.

For postage-stamps for the War Department and its bureaus, as required under the Postal Union, to prepay postage on matters ad

dressed to Postal Union countries, one thousand five hundred dollars. Contingent expenses. For contingent expenses of the War Department and its bureaus,

expenses of horses and wagons to be used only for official purposes; purchase of professional and scientific books, blank-books, 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 building (outside of the State, War, and Navy Department Building), occupied by the AdjutantGeneral'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. Stationery,

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

For rent of buildings for use of the War Department, as follows: For medical dispensary, Surgeon-General's Office, one thousand dollars; for the Rebellion Record Office, one thousand two hundred dol- ' lars; in all, two thousand two hundred dollars.

Rent.

PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS.

Public buildings and grounds.

Clerk, messenger.

For clerk in the office of Public Buildings and Grounds, one thousand six hundred dollars; and for messenger in the same office, eight hundred and forty dollars.

For the public gardener, one thousand eight hundred dollars.

Gardener.

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