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CHAPTER I.

GENERAL ORGANIZATION OF THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

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OUTLINE of the Origin and Organization of the Treasury Table of General Organization of the Treasury Depart-

Department,...

1 to 4 ment-fronting.

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Kby to the Organization and Functions of the Treasury

CLASSIFICATION RAISONNE of the same-in two theorems,

Department, displayed in six provinces,..

4 to 6 back of the aforesaid table-fronting.

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CHAPTER 11.

SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

The Origin, FUNCTIONS, AND OPERATIONS, OF THE OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

[1.] Summary of the Laws relating to the Origin, Func-

[3.] Summary and Classification of Functions in thirteen

tions, and Operations of the Secretary's Office, ....

7

sub-bureaus, referring to the “ Tables of Details" for

[2.] Sunmary of the Secretary's Powers, &C...........

7 the particulars connected with each.............

10 to 12

Tables OF DETAILS.

(A)-INSTRUCTIONS.

Estimates for the Naval Establishment and Insti-

I. Instructions to Officers of the Customs,

12-13 tutions, in detail,........

26

II, III, IV, &c. Instructions to all others, as Receivers,

(D)-WARRANTS and other Fiscal issues.

Depositories, &c., &C............

13 1. Warrants to bring money into the Treasury to the

(B)-RETURNS.

debit of the Treasurer,..

28

(A)-Returns of Collectors of the Customs.

II. Yearly Appropriation Warrants, to bring (definite]

I. Weekly Returns by principal Collectors.....

appropriations on the books of the Treasury at the

II. Monthly Returns by small districts.....

14 beginning of the year..........

28

III. Quarterly Returns of Collectors, Superintendent of

III. Warrants to disburse moneys from the Treasury and

Coast Survey, &c .........

14 to adjust the same,.....

29

IV. Annual Returns by Collectors,...

14 IV. Yearly Appropriation Warrant to bring indefinite

(1) - Returns by Receivers of Land Sales.

appropriations (rendered definite appropriations as

I. Weekly Returns by principal Receivers,.....

14

to the year, by the amount of expenditure under each

II. Monthly Returns by sınall districts,......

15 head during the year) on the books of the Treasury

(c)--Returns of the Mint und Branches.

at the end of the year—and the Surplus fund or final

1. Monthly Returns of all operations of the Mint,......... 15 Adjusting Warrants of unexpended balances,

30

(D)Returns of Depositories, and statements of the Treasurer. V. Other fiscal issues by the Secretary, imposing obliga-

I. Weekly and semi-monthly statements of Public De-

tions on the Treasury, as cortificates of stock, trea-

positories,

sury notes, scrip, &c.—(extended in a note,) ........ 31

II. Weekly Statements of the Treasurer, of money de-

(E)-Books.

posited to his credit, &C...........

15

I. Books relating to revenue from customs,.

32

(E)_Occasional Applications, Returns, Reports, Claims, fc.

II. Books relating to civil and diplomatic appropriations

I. Applications, &c., connected with the Customs..... 15

and expenditures,

33

11. Roports and Claims connected with Land Sales, &c., 16

III. Books relating to military appropriations and expen-

III. Applications and Reports in cases of Insolvent

ditures,......

34

deblors,...

16

IV. Books relating to navy appropriations and expendi-

(F)-Returns of Statistics.

tures,

34

1. Occasional returns of agriculture, manufactures, do-

V. Books relating to commerce and navigation,

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mestic trade, * currency and banking,

16

VI. Books relating to certificates of stock, treasury notes,

(C)-Reports.

scrip, &c.,...,

35

1. Reports on general resources and expenditures of the

VII. Books relating to applications for relief in certain

United States,

17 cases-including insolvent debtors, &c...........

35

II. Reports on special expenditures and accountability, . 18 VIII. Books relating to appointments to office connected

III. Reports of Estimates for support of Government for

with the Treasury Department,....

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the fiscal year, viz:

JX. Registers of Letters received, and Records of Letters

O Estimates for the Civil Departments and Institu.

sent from the office on various subjects, to officers of

tions, in detail,

19 to 24 the government and individuals, in volumes appro-

IT Estimates for the Military Departments and Insti-

priately labelled .......

36

tutions, in detail,

24 X. Books in relation to Chickas.lw business,

37

ADDENDA.

On the classification of estimates, appropriations, and public accounts of expenditures, for the various departments of the

government, with a list of " indefinite appropriations" and their average yearly expenditure,......

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First-For the Civil Department.

(A)-The Legislativo Department,..

39(E)--The Civil Institutions at the seat of government...

(B)- The Executive Departments,

39 (F)-The Diplomatic Department,..........

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(C)-The Judiciary Department,.....

40 (G)-The Department of Public Debt,.

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(D)-The Territorial Departments,..

• Returns of foreign trade (or commerce and navigation) are embraced in the annual returns by collectors," as above referred to.

† 4. " Register of Treasury Notes issued." The description of this book was omitted by accident. It is similar to that described in chapter III, page 86, II. 3.

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TREASURER OF THE UNITED STATES.

TAE ORIGIN, FUNCTIONS, AND OPERATIONS, OF THE TREASURER's Office

(1.) Summary of the Laws relating to the Origin, the

Treasurer's office-embraced in NINE sub-bureaus for

Functions, &c., of the Treasurer's office,.....

49-50 the General Treasury, and two for the Treasury of

(2.) Summary and Classification of the Operations of the

the Post Office Department,

30-31

TABLES OF DETAILS.

(Receipes by the Treasurer.)

(A)–Returns of Revenue on account of the General

(B)-Returns of Revenue on account of the Post Office

Treasury, actually and constructively, deposited to the

Department, actually and constructively, deposited to

credit of the Treasurer,....

52 the credit of the Treasurer,...

53

(Disbursements by the Treasurer.)

(C)-Disbursements from the General Treasury, actually

(D) Disbursements from the Treasury of the Post Office

and constructively, by the Treasurer,...

54

54

(Treasurer's Reports, Books, ác.)

(E)-Treasurer's Reports, weekly, monthly, quarterly,

count of the Treasury of the Post Office Department, 55

and annually,......

55 Question whether Treasury notes are money, discuss.

(F)-Books kept on account of the General Treasury, on

ed in an official letter,......

account of Treasury NOTE transactions, and on ac-

CHAPTER IV.

COMPTROLLER OF THE TREASURY.

THE ORIGIN, FUNCTIONS, AND OPERATIONS, OF THE FIRST COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE.

(1.) Summary of the Laws relating to the Origin, Fune-

[2.] Summary and Classification of those functions—com.

tions, and Operations of the First Comptroller's Of.

prising 25 sub-bureaus, referring to the Tables of De-

fice,........

59 to 61 tails for particulars of each,.......

..., 61 to 64

TABLES OF DETAILS.

(A)-INSTRUCTIONS.

(D)-Revision of Accounts AND CLAIMS.

1. Instructions connected with the immediate supervision

(Reported by the Commissioner of the Land Office.)

of the Customs,.............

64 1. Revision of Accounts of Revenue from the sales of

Public Lands,

II, III, &c. Miscellaneous Instructions making reference.

69
II. Revision of Accounts of Advances and Disbursements

to the “ Synopsis of Treasury Instructions,".

64

59

(B)-RevisioN OF ACCOUNTS AND CLAIMS.

for survey of Public Lands, ......

(Reported by First Auditor.)

(E)-REPORTS AND STATEMENTS.

1. Revision of accounts of revenue received from certain

I. Annual Reports or Statements to Congress of official

65

Emoluments of Officers of the customs, &c.......... 69

II. Revision of Accounts of Disbursements, made by agents

II. Annual and occasional Reports or Statements to the

or otherwise, for salaries and contingents of the civil

Secretary of the Treasury,....

...........

list (proper),.....

66 III. Annual and Biennial Statements and Estimates lo

III. Revision of Accounts of Disbursements, or Claims,

the Register of the Treasury,....

70

made in redemption of the Public debt (proper), in-

(F)-Books kept by the COMPTROLLER.

cluding Treasury Notes,

66 1. Books relating to Instructions and Decisions on Reve.

IV. Revision of Claims of unascertained amounts for

nue questions.......

70

liquidation on pre-settlement-constituting a quasi

II. Books relating to Revenue from all sources except

public debt,

67 postages,.......

70

(C)-REVISION OF ACCOUNTS AND CLAIMS.

III. Books relating to Appropriations for the support of

(Reported by Fifth Auditor.)

government,

70

1. Revision of Accounts of Revenue received as Patent

IV. Books relating to Disbursements, Civil, Military, and

Fees for useful inventions, &c..........

68 Naval,.......

71

II to V. Revision of Accounts of Agents for the contin-

V. Books relating to Bonds and Contracts connected with

gent expenses of the Patent Office, the State Depart.

the Civil Departments....

72

ment, and the Post Office Department, .

68 VI. Books relating to Quarterly Accounts current of
VI to IX. Revision of Accounts and Claims of the Diplo-

Revenue receipts and expenses of the customs--ro-
matic Corps proper, Bankers, Consuls, and Com.

vised...........

73
mercial Agenis-Claims for the support of sick and

Books relating to Quarterly Accounts current of Rev.
destilute American seamen abroad, &c.-and Claims

enue receipts and expenses of the Public Domain-
for indemnity under treaty stipulations.... ..........
68 revised.................

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VII. Books relating to Quarterly Accounts of Expendi-

IX. Books relating to the Reports of the Comptroller,.... 75

turesCivil, Diplomatic, and Miscellaneous--revised, 74 | X. Books relating to Letter Registries and Records.......

VIII. Books relating to Accounts of Expenditures for

XI. Books relating to balances of accounts reported for

75

LIGHT-HOUSES AND MARINS HOSPITALS-revised,..........

suit,

76

ADDENDA.

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On the collection of duties, and the rendering of accounts thereof: and the issuing of marine papers to merchant vessels......

(1.) An ANALYTICAL ABSTRACT of the Collection Law of

[3.] Forms for conducting the business of the customs,

March 2, 1799,

77 under the collection laws and tariffs of duties-Ta-

83

(2.) Forms of proceedings relating to marine papers

ble II, sections three,

Table I, sections five,.......

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CHAPTER V.

SECOND COMPTROLLER OF THE TREASURY.

The Origin, FUNCTIONS, AND OPERATIONS, Of The Second COMPTROLLER's Office.

(1.) Summary of the laws relating to the Origin, Func-

[2.] Summary and Classification of those functions, in

tions, and Operations of the Second Comptroller's

24 sub.bureaus, referring to the Tables of Details for

Office,.....

87-88

the particulars of each..........

88-90

TABLES OF DETAILS.

(A)-INSTRUCTIONS.

Navy, Navy Agents, Paymaster and Quartermaster

I. Instructions connected with the forms of keeping and

of the Marine Corps, Navy and Marine recruiting
stating the accounts of disbursements in the Military

officers, agents for protection of live oak, Pension

and Naval Departments,

90-91 Agents, Pension stock account, and certain inciden-

(B)-Revision of ACCOUNTS AND Claims.

tal claims of individuals,

93

II. Revision of Accounts and Claims audited and reported

(C)-Reports Or Statements.

by the Second Auditor for the Indian Department,

V. Annual Reports or Statements to the Secretary of War,

Paymaster's and Ordnance Departments, the Quarter-

and to the Secretary of the Navy, in duplicates to

master's Department in part, the Medical Department,

each, for the two Houses of Congress, relative to the

and certain miscellaneous claims incident to all those

appropriations and expenditures, and the balances

Departments,...

91 thereaf, connected with their respective Depart.

III. Revision of Accounts and Claims audited and re-

ments,

93
ported by the Third Auditor, for the Engineer Depart.

Books kept by the Second COMPTROLLER.
ment, and Topographical Engineers, the Subsistence

VI. Books relating to appropriations for the Naval and
Department, the Quartermaster's Department, Pen-

Military Establishments, advances and disbursements
sion Agents, and Pension Claimants, and certain

of the same, the settlements of accounts thereof,
claims of States and Territories, and of individ-

balances reported for suit, contract and bond books,

vals, ........

92 Pension books, &c., and books on Chickasaw ac-

IV. Revision of Accounts and Clains audited and re-

count,

94

ported by the Fourth Auditor, for Pursers in the

CHAPTER VI.

FIRST AUDITOR OF THE TREASURY.

The Origin, FUNCTIONS, AND OPERATIONS, or the First Auditor's Office.

(1.) Summary of the Laws relating to the Origin, Func-

[2.] Summary and Classification of those Functions, in

Lions, and Operations of the First Auditor's Of.

four sub-bureaus, referring to the Tables of Details

fice,..........

96 for the particulars of each,

96 to 99

TABLES OF DETAILS.

(Explanations.)

(A)-ACCOUNTS OF REVENUE.

bursing agents of the Executive Departments and

Audited and Reported Quarterly.).

Bureaus, for salaries and contingent expenses, (with a

I. Revenue Accounts of Collectors of the Customs, and

few erceptions, audited by the Fifth Auditor,).... 104

expenses of collection, &c. ........

100

IV. Accounts of salaries and contingencies of the Judi.

II. Revenue Accounts of Collectors of internal duties,

ciary Department, including District Attorneys, Mar-

and expenses of collection,.......

101

shals, &C.......

106

III, Revenue Accounts of Collectors of direct taxes, and

V. Accounts of salaries and contingencies of Territorial

expenses of collection,......

101

Governments,......

107

IV. Revenue Accounts of Treasurer of the Mint and

VI. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by agents

branches, with expenses of coinage, &c........

102

for salaries and contingent expenses connected with

V. Accounts of aggregate Revenue from all sources by

the Civil Institutions at the seat of Government...... 107

the Treasurer's statements of deposites to his credit, 103

VII. Accounts and Claims for redemption of Public Debt,

(B)-ACCOUNTS OF DISBURSEMENTS.

proper, accruing from Loans and Treasury Notes, .. 107

( Audited and Reported Quarterly.).

1. Accounts of advances to and disbursements by agents

VIII. Accounts and Claims of officers, individuals, or

108

for salaries of the President and Vice President, and

companies, for liquidation upon pre-settlement,

the Secretary for signing land palents, approved by

(C)–Reports.

the President, ..........

203 1. Quarterly Reports of Accounts to the First Comptrol.

II. Accounts of advances to and disbursements by dis-

ler, and other reports to the Secretary and Register

of the Treasury,.......

109

bursing agents (Secretary of the Senate and Clork of

the House) for pay of Meinbers, and other expenses

(D)-Books kept by First Auditor.

of the two Houses of Congress, ...................

1031. A Report Book of accounts settled, and Letter Re.

III. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by dis-

cords, only,........

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SECOND AUDITOR OF THE TREASURY.
The Origin, Functions, AND OPERATIONS, OF The Second Auditor's Office.

[1.1 Summary of the Laws relating to the Origin, Func-

[2.] Summary and Classification of those Functions,

tions, and Operations, of the Second Auditor's

comprising 9 sub-bureaus, referring to the Tables of

Office,

111 Details for the particulars of each,......

112

TABLES OF Details,

(A)-ACCOUNTS OF THE INDIAN DEPARTMENT.

X. Accounts of Miscellaneous Claims of deceased officers

I. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by all de.

and others, for liquidation under pre-settlement, (ari.

scriptions and grades of Indian Agents,...

116 sing out of contracts or equitable transactions will

II. Accounts of Miscellaneous Claims of Agents and

the Government, constituting a qnasi public debt,) 120

others, for liquidation under pre-settlement, (arising

XI. Miscellaneous Accounts of advances to and disburse.

out of contracts or equitable transactions with the

ments by certain officers and agents, together with

Government, constituting a quasi public debt,) .... 117 their property accounts, connected with the recruit.

III. Property Accounts of Indian Agents, settled, but'not

ing service, United States Lead Mines, and the super.

reported to the Second Comptroller,.......

117 intendency of the buildings and property of the

IV, Accounts of interest on Investments for Indian tribes

War Department at Washington,.....

120

by the Secretary of War, ........

117

(C)-Reports.

(B)-ACCOUNTS OF THE Army in part.

I. Quarterly Reports to the Second Comptroller, of ac-

V. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by

counts audited, names of delinquents, and transcripts

Paymasters of the Army, at Military posts and

of balances for suit,......

121

transient.........

117 | II. Annual and Special Reports to Congress, relating to

VI. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by offi-

the disbursements of appropriations, advanced and
cers and agents of the Ordnance Department, for the

settled through this Office,.....

121
expenses of armories and arsenals, and the supply

III, IV, &c. Other reports to the Secretary of War, the

and preservation of munitions of war,......

118 Secretary of the Treasury, the First Comptroller,

VII. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by cer-

and the Register of the Treasury, in relation to ac-
tain officers and agents in the Quartermaster's Depart-

counts, delinquencies, balances, and estimates for the

ment, for clothing, camp and garrison equipage, rent

next fiscal year,.....

121

of rendezvous, apprehending deserters; also accounts

(D)—Books kept by the Second Auditor.

for like objects, supplied by State and Territorial

I. Books of Appropriations and Requisitions................

121

Quartermasters to their troops in the service of the

11. Army Pay, and Property Books.......

122

United States, ......

118 | JII. Pay and Property Books of the Indian Department, 122

VIII. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by

IV. Books of Accounts, of Disbursing Agents and Claim.

Quartermasters and Paymasters, for medicine, and

ants, audited, ........

123

medical services,.

119 V. Letter Books, or registers and records of letters re-

IX. Property accounts of officers of the Ordnanco, Quar-

ceived and sent out,..........

123

termaster's, and Surgeon General's Departments, in

VI. Report Books, of accounts settled.........................

124

kind, as just recited,...

119 VII. Chickasa w Fund Books,.........

124

ADDENDA.

Relating to the Pay, Subsistence, and Forage of Officers of the Army—these latter technically so called, but received in money, 124

(1.) Tablo I, relating to the rates of pay and emoluments

of officers of the Army in 1830,....

126 Officers of the Army in 1844,-'45-'46,.

127

CHAPTER VIII.

THIRD AUDITOR OF THE TREASURY.

The Origin, FUNCTIONS, AND OPERATIONS, OF THE THIRD Auditor's Office.

[1.] Summary of the Laws relating to the Origin, Func-

[2.] Summary and Classification of those Functiona

tions, and Operations, of the Third Auditor's of.

comprising 13 sub-bureaus, referring to the Tables

fice.........

128 of Details for the particulars of each....

129

TABLES OF DETAILS.

(A)-ACCOUNTS OF INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS.

II. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by offi-

I. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by officers

cers of the Quartermaster's Department, with pro.

of the Topographical Corps, with the Property AC-

perly accounts of the same ; also, of incidental claims

counts * of the same; also, of incidental clains con-

connected therewith—for repairs of barracks, quar-

nected therewith-for surveys, river and harbor im-

ters, hospitals, &c., purchase of horses, wagons, and

provements, &c.........

132 other means of transportation of troops and supplies,

II. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by offi-

&c

133

cers of the Engineer Department, with the Property

(C)-Accounts of Pension AGENTS AND CLAIMANTS.
Accounts * of the same; alsn, of incidental claims

1. Accounts of advances to and disbursements by Pension

connected therewith—for surveys, construction of

Agents, for the payment of military pensions,

134

fortifications, &c...........

132 II. Incidental claims for Pensions not paid by Pension

(B)-AccountS OF THE Arme, in part.

Agents, (nor balances of Pensions due to deceased

I. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by officers of

soldiers settled by the Second Auditor, )....

134

the Commissary General's Department, with the pro-

(D) (E) (F)-Military CLAIMS—(a Quasi Public Debt.)

perty accounts of the same ; also, of incidental claims

1. Claims of individuals against the War Department, for

connected therewith—for supplies of provisions of all

military pay and bounty, remaining unsettled anterior

kinds,.........

133 to 1st July, 1815, ..

134

In note (63), at page 138, it will be seen that the Property Accounts of these two bureaus are withheld from the Auditor, contrary to the rule of the other military

bureaus.

the navy,...

II. Claims of States and Territories for military services

II, III, &c. Sundry other reports to First Auditor, First

and supplies, from the Revolution to the present

Comptroller, Secretary of War, Secretary of the
timo

134

Treasury, Register of the Treasury, and to Congress, 136, 137

III. Claims of individuals for property lost or destroyed

(H)-Books kept by the Third AUDITOR.

in the military service in the late war with England. 135 1. Appropriation and Requisition books......

137
(G) — REPORTS by the THIRD Auditor.

II. Account Books—as journals, ledgers, registers, records,
I. Reports to Second Comptroller, of accounts and claims

report books, and letter books, appropriate to every
audited; and, also, of delinquencies, and “transcripts

description of accounts and claims audited and set-

of balances for suit, &c. .....

135 tled by tho Third Auditor,

....137 to 140

CHAPTER IX.

FOURTH AUDITOR OF THE TREASURY.

THE ORIGIN, FUNCTIONS, AND OPERATIONS, OF THE FOURTH AUDITOR'S OFFICE.

11.) Summary of the Laws relating to the Origin,

[2.] Summary and Classification of those Functions

Functions, and Operations of the Fourth Auditor's

comprising 11 sub-bureaus, referring to the Tables of

Office,

141 Details for the particulars of cach...

.......141 to 144

TABLES OF DETAILS.

(A)-ACCOUNTS OF DISBURSING AGENTS.

(B)-CLAIMS OF OFFICERS AND OTHERS-a Quasi Public Debt.

I. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by Pur-

1. Miscellaneous claims of officers and others against

BERS of the Navy-on ship board, at navy yards, and

the Navy Department, for liquidation on pre-settle-

at navy stations,

144

ment,...

146

II. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by Navy

(C)-Reports of the Fourtu AUDITOR.
AGENTS—on foreign stations, and at home stations, . 145 I. Reports to the Second Comptroller, of Accounts and
III. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by the

Claims, audited; also of delinquencies, and “tran.

PAYMaster of tho marine corps,........

145 scripts' of balances for suit, &C......

147

IV. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by the

II, III, &c. Reports to the Secretary of the Navy, the

QUARTERMASTER of the marine corps,

145 Secretary of the Treasury, the First Comptroller,

V. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by Re-

and the Register of the Treasury, &C.................. 147

cruiting Officers for the nayal service and marine

(D)-Books kept by the Fourth Auditor.

corps,

145 | 1. Appropriation and Requisition Books,.........

148

VI. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by

II, III. Pay and Account Books-in many respects po-

Agents for the protection of live oak for the use of

culiar to the naval service, but for the most part

145

analogous to those kept for the other Depart-

VII. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by

ments,.....

148

Agents for paying navy and privateer pensions, &c. 145 IV, V, VI. Letter Books, Report Books, and Reconciling

I Also, pension stock accounts of the Secretary of

Statement Books,...........

150

the Navy ................

145

ADDENDA.

Relating to the pay and emoluments of officers of the Navy_explained more fully in the addenda to the 2d Auditor's office, 151

(1.] Table I. Pay and Emoluments of Officers of the

[3.) Table III. Pay and Emoluments received by princi-

Army in 1830,..
151 pal Officers of the Navy in 1843–44–45, ......

132
(2.) Table II. Rates of pay of Officers according to their

[1.] Table IV. Comparativo rank, and compensation, of

rank fixed by the Act of 3d March, 1835,....... 152 Army and Navy Officors, &c., &c....

153

CHAPTER X.

FIFTH AUDITOR OF THE TREASURY,

The Origin, FunctioNS, AND OPERATIONS, OF THE Fifth Auditor's Office.

11.] Summary of the Laws relating to the Origin, Func-

[2.] Summary and Classification of those Functions—com.

tions, and Operations of the Fifth Auditor's of.

prising four sub-bureaus, referring to tho Tables of

fice,.........

154 Details for the particulars of each.......

155

TABLES OF DETAILS.

(A)-ACCOUNTS OF Revenue.

VIII. Miscellaneous claims for the maintenance of desti.

1. Accounts of Patent Office Revenue, audited and report.

tute American seamen abroad, and their return

ed to the First Comptroller,

156 home (quasi public debt, )............

159

(B)-ACCOUNTS OF DISBURSING AGENTS.

(C)-DISBURSEMENTS FOR LIGHTHOUSES.

I. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by the dis-

IX. Miscellaneous claims by superintendents in behalf of

bursing agent for the contingent expenses of the De.

contractors and others, for the maintenance and sup-

partment of State,

157 port of the light-house establishments in their respec.

II. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by the

tive districts (quasi public debt) (which are recordod

disbursing agent of the Department of State, for the

handed over to the First Auditor for settlement, )....

159

expenses of taking the census, ...

157

(D)-Reports of the Furtu AUDITOR.

III. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by tho

X. Reports to the First Comptroller; of accounts and

Commissioner of' Patents, for the contingent expenses

claims, audited and stated--also annual reports to the

of the Patent Office,

157 Secretary of the Treasury on the general condition

IV. Accounts of advances to, and disbursements by the

of the light.house establishments-also annual esti-

disbursing agent for the contingent expenses of the

mates and biennial statements to the Register of the

General Post Office,

158 Treasury,

V, VI. Accounts of advances to the diplomatic corps, and

(E)-Books kept by the Fifth Auditor.

of advances and payments in behalf of foreign inter-

1. Report book and letter book, respecting accounts set.

course,

158

tled,..............

160

VII, Miscollaneous claims of citizens for spoliations, com.

II. Books relating exclusively to light-house business, .... 160

mitted by foreign nations— quasi public debt, . 158

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