Newspaper of Portland Daily Press, April 29, 1873, Page 4

Newspaper of Portland Daily Press dated April 29, 1873 Page 4
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~ TAWS L.1 ' "■ ot1 TfTE •^UMTED STATES PASSED AT TflE THIRD SESSION OF THE TOUTY-SICCONO CONGRESS. LGESEIU.L KATL-ltB-NO-^ JIeg)s]!ltlvc, AN ACT making appr.;ji;,:itloM for fbJ exeuuiive, anil ju.ilefil■ J-u thirtieth, eighteen incut fir the year f ,1 other piuiKwea. hundred and .event}-_ anl, //oueeqf Jtepre Be it enacted HrJJ*Estates of America in Con m\'.ative3oftht U»}"“ ^ f„Uosrins sums he and cre.w uttemMed, i °n,)1>nq,riated. out of any money tho same are i‘<-‘Jbcnvisc appropriated, for the In the treasury, ^ ending the thirtieth of ^'iJhwnhundred and seventy-four, f jr objects hereinafter exprewed, namely: LEGISLATIVE. SENATE. For comi»onsatiyn aud mileage of Senators, four hundred aud live thousand dollars. For compensation ot officers, clerks, messengers and others receiving an annual salary in the service of the Senate, namely: Secretary of the Senate, four thousand three hundred and twenty dollars; officer charged with disbursements of the Senate, five hun dred and beveuty-six dollars; chief clerk, three thou sand dollars, and the additional sum of unj thousand dollars whilo the said office is he held t»y the piesenr in cumbent, and no longer; principal clerk, three thou sand six hundred doll.- rs. That on and after the fourtli day ot Ma ch, eighteen hundred and seventy-three the President of the United States shall receive in lull ior his seevice.s during the term for winch ho laa;l l avr been elected, the sum of fifty tliousau i i uollars per annum, to bo paid monthly; the Vice President i f tho United States shall rccei-.c in lull for his services, (.lining the term for which he shall have been elected, the sum of ten thousand dollars per annum, to be paid monthly; and the Chief Jus tice of the Supreme Court of the United States shall receive the sum of ten thousand live hundred < • liars per annum; and the justices of the Supreme C > irw the United States shall receive the sum of I.:; thousand dollars per annum each, to be paid xn.du.Uly; the Secretary of State, tho Secretary of Uio Treasury, the Secretary of War, the Secretary of the Navy, tlie Secretary of the Interior, the Attorney C?*»?.?■-»1. and the Postmaster-General shall receive ten tuoiisaud dollars per annum each for their ser vices* to be paid monthly; aud each assistant secre tary of the Treasury, Stale, and Interior Depart ments shall receive sru annual compensation, to lie paid monthly, bix thousand dollars; aud the Speak er of the Iloilo of Representatives shall, after the present Congress, receive in full, for all liis services, compensation at the rate of ten thousand dollars per iinuuin; and Scuators, Representatives, and dele gales in Congress, including Senators, Representa tives, and Delegates in the Forty-sec- >nd Congress, holding such office at tho passage of this qcl, and whose claim to a seat has not been adversely decided, shall receive seven thousand live hundred dollars per annum each, am this shall be in lieu of all pay and allowance, except actual individual travelling ex penses from their homes lo the seat of government and return, by the most direct route of usual travel, once fir each session, of the house to which such Senator, member, or Delegate belongs, to be certified to under his baud to the disbursing officer, aud tiled as a voucher; Provided, That in settling the pay and allowances of Senators, Members, and Delegates in the Forty-second Congress, all mileage shall be de ducted and no allowance made for expenses of travel. Ali i there is hereby appropriated a sum sufficient to make the annual salaries of such of the clerks in the office of the Clerk of the House of lie presen ta tives as receive two thousand five hundred dollars and upwards and less than t hree thousand dollars, in cluding the petition clerk and the printing clerk, three thousand dollars each, and of such as receive two thousand dollars and upwards, and lc3s than two thousand live hundred dollars, the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars each? and of such as receive eighteen hundred dollars and upwards, and less than two thousand dollars, the sum of two thou sand dollars each; and of the Secretary of the Sen ate and the Clerk of tho House, five thousand dollars each; and of the chief clerk and journal eleik of the House, while such positions are held by the present incumbents, and no longer, three thousand six hun dred dollars each; and of the Doorkeeper of the House and the assistant-doorkeeper of the Senaio, while the position is held by tho present incumbents, and no longer, three thousand dollars each; and of the Postanauier to the Senate, two thousand live hun dred and ninety-two dollars: assistant postmaster, two thousand dollars; and of two mail-carriers, ono thousand seven huudred dollars; and of the superin tendent and first assistant of the Senate-document room, twr< thousand live hundred dollars each; and second assistant in ’said document room, eighteen hundred dollars; and of the additional compensation to the reporters of the House and Senate for tie congressional uiooe, imeeu uumueu uunara each; aud ot auditional pay to tlie chief engineer of the House, three hundred and sixty dollars, (so as to equalize his pay with that of the chief engineer ot the Senate.) And it is hereby provided that tlie in crease of compensation to the officers, clerks, and others In the employ of the Senate aud House of Ucpresoutatives, provided for by this act, shall begin with tlie present Congress; and tlie pay of all the present employees of tlie Senate aud House of ltep resentatives, including the employees in the library of Congress these under the Commissioner of Pub lic Buildings and Grounds, now employed in the Capitol building, and also the House reporters, whose pay lias not been specifically increased by this act, holding their places by appointment under the respective officers thereof, or by the authority of the committee of contingent expenses of the Senate, or the Committee of Accounts of the House, bo In creased fifteen per cent, of their present compensa tion .n the amount actually received and payable to them respectively from the beginning of the present Congress, or from the date of their appointment duriug the present Congress, and who shall bo actu ally employed at the passage of this act, and the amounts of money necessary to carry the foregoing provisions iuroetlect are hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropri ated; principal executive clerk, minute aud journal clerk, and financial clerk, in the office of the-Secre tary of tlie Senate, at three thousand dollars each; librarian ami seven clerks iu the office of the Secre tary of the Senate, at two thousand five hundred dol lars each; koejier of the stationery, two thousand lour hundred dollars; assistant keeper of the sta tionery, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one messenger, at one thousand two hundred and nine ty-six dollars; ono page, at seven hundred and twenty-dollars; Sergeant-at-Arms and Doorkeeper, four thousand three hundred aud twenty dollars: Prodded, That hereafter he shall receive, directly or indirectly, no fees or other compensation or emolu ments whatever, for performing tlie duties of the offioe, or in connection therewith otherwise than as aforesaid; assistant doorkeeper, two thousand five hundred and ninety-two dollars; acting assistant doorkeeper, two thousand five hundred and ninety two dollars; Postmaster to the Senate, two thousand one hundred dollars; assistant postmaster and mail carrier, one thousand seven hundred and twenty eight dollars; two mail carriers, at ono thousand two hundred dollars each; superintendent of the document room, two thousand one hundred and six ty dollars: two assistants in document-room, at one thousand four hundred amKorty dollars each; super intendent of the folding-room, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars; three messengers, acting as asa stant doorkeepers, .it one thousand eight hun dred dollars each; nineteen messengers, to heap pointed and removed by the Sergeant-at-Anns, with the approval of the Committee to Audit and Control the Contingent Expenses of the Senate, at one thou sand four hundred aud torty dollars each; onemes - sengcr, as authorized by the Senate resolution of June tenth, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, at one thousand four hundred and lor y dollars; secre tary' to the President of the Senate, two thousand one hundred and two dollars aud forty cents; clerk to the Committne on Finance, two thousand two hundred and twenty dollars; clerk to , the Committee on Claims, two thousand two hun dred and twenty dollars; clerk of printing records, two thousand two hundred and twenty dollars; clerk to Committee on Appropriations, two thousand two hundred aud twenty dollars; one laborer in elm rgc of private passage, eight liunored and sixty-four dollars; one laborer in stationery room, eight hundred and sixty-four dollars; ane special policeman, one thousand two hundred and ninety-six dollars; Chao lain to the Senate, nine hundred dollars; chief engi neer, two thousand one hundred aud sixty dollars; throe assistant engineers, at one thousand eight liuu dred dollars each; two firemen, at one thousand aud ninety-five dollars each; three laborers, at sc.cn hundred aud thirty dollars each. For temporary clerks in the office of the Secretary of the Senate, ten thousaud dollar*. For contingent expenses of the Senate, namely: For stationery and newspapers for seventy- ourSen ators, at tne rate of one hundred and twenty-tiv# dollars each per annum, nine thousand two hundred aud fifty dollars. For stationery for committees and officers, five 4-U_.1^11 For clerks to committees, thirty thousand dollars. For fourteen pages for the Senate chamber, two riding pages, one page for the Vice-President’s room, and one page for the office of the Secretary of the Senate, making . ightoen pages in all, at the rate of three dollars per day while actually employed, said page: to bo appointed aud removed by tbe Sergeant al-Arms, with the approval of the Committee to Audit and Control the Contingent Expenses of tbe Senate, eleven thousand dollars. For horses and carryalls, nine thousand dollars. For fuel an l oil for the heating apparatus, nine thousand dollars; for furniture and repairs of fur niture, ten thousand dollars; far labor, fifteen thou sand dollars; for folding documents and materials therefor, eight thousand dollars; for packing-boxes, seven hundred and forty dollars; for miscellaneous items, exclusive of labor, including one hundred dol lars for contingent expenses of Capitol police, forty thousand dollars. For the usual additional compensation to the re porters of the Senate for tho Congressional Globe, for reporting tbe proceedings of the Senate far tho session of the Forty-third Congress, beginning on the first Monday in December, eighteen hundred and seventy-throe, eight hundred dollars each, four thou sand dollars. CAPITOL POLICE. For one captain, two thousand and eighty-eight dollars; three lieutenants, at one thonsanu eight hundred dollars each; twenty-seven privates at one thousand live hundred and eighty’-four dollars each, forty-two thousand seven hundred and sixty-eight dollars; and eight watxhmen,at one thousand dol lars each, eight thousand dollars. That the appoint ment of tbe Capitol police shall hereafter be made by the Sergeant-at-Arms of the two houses, and the arehitoct of the Capitol extension; and the captain of the Capitol police force may suspend any member of said faice, subject to the action of tlic officers above referred to; making, in all. fifty-eight thou sand two hundred aud fifty-six dollars, one-half to be paid into-tbc contingent fund of the House of Representatives, and the other half to bo paid into the contingent fund of the Senate. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. For compensation and mileage of members of the House of Representatives and Delegates from Terri tories. one million six hundred and iifly thousand dollars, the same to he available from and after the first-dav of March, eighteen hundred and seventy three. Ami hereafter Representatives and Delegates elect to Congress whose credentials in duo form of law have been duly filed with the Clerk of the House of Representatives in accordance with the provisions of the act oi Congress approved March third, eight een hundred andHxty-three, may receive their com pensation monthly, from thg ha^gMing of their term until tho beginning of the first”session oT"each Con gress, upon a certificate in tho form now in use to bo BfiPJpd by the Clerk of tho House, which certificate shall have the like force and effect as is given to tho certificate of the Speaker under existing laws: Pro viacd, That in case the Clerk of the House of Repre sentatives shall be notified that the election of any such holder of a certificate of election will bo con sllali uot be placed upon the roil of vi° as t0 tntitle 1,im tu 1,0 paid, until k T",n 111 as a member, or until ouch eonuat snail be determined For compensation of the officers clerks mnssen gere, and others receiving an annual salary in the service of the House ot HcpresJnuuivoan- m-’v Oleik of the dousoof Boprcsentmivo,, four’tKand three hundred and twenty dollars ; and that tw allowed to the officer disbursing the contingent fmhl and other expenses of the House of RepresStaSSS an annual sum of five hundred and seventy-six dnl lara; Chief clerk and journal clerk, three thousand dollars each; six assistant clerks, at two thousand five hundred and ninety-twoTlollars each; one assist act clerk, at two thousand five hundred anl twenty dollars; ten assistant clerks, including librarian and assistant librarian, at two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars each; four assistant ciorks, at one thou sand eight hundred dollars each; one chief messen f;er in the o ffice of the Clerk of the House, at five dol ors aud seventy-six cents per day; three messs n gers, at one thousand four hundred and forty dollars messenger in the House library, one thou US ,v0ur llt*ndreu and forty dollars; one engineer, SStaSS*?? el8bt hundred dollars; three assistant dfetiiTr11. ?°ur ““i lighting of trio bull Sn,i,jtrical “PifrotUB for tho and old ball of RcrcSSiSmT0' t,he,'1<}mo> rotunda, Charge of tho eaSd^JoSSl**’ l"}la11 ,JC Placed in person ot persona imderM^ka^rc operated by t,le by him. subject to the contribSriu VmJ?,? At!alSnated Architect of the CapitolSa the 8SSS21 °f tho Public Buildings and Grounds, and tht,' of of electrician alii assistant electrietaii hereby abolished; s:x firemen, at one thou sand and ninety-uvo dollars each per annnro; for r^TvR.an:l Moans, two thou- " •lctlr't'* Committee o* ,ioiiurs; messenger r,:m;l live liimlral w1"1 auj ji. aas, one thousand to Committee °t -tetn dollars; clerk to Corn three hundred and *tionSl two thousand fiveliun mlttee on .yyi.-wo dollars; messenger to Commit ,lredand ninr.yatlon3 oni thousaatl three hundred tee dollars; clerk to the Committee of ho" two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars; Vj.rg Vo the Committee on the Pulilic Lands, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars; clerk at tile Sneaker's talMC, at five dollars and seventy-six cents jx r day; private so retary to the Speaker, two thou sand one hundred and two dollars and lortv cents Sergean'-at-Arms. four thousand three hundred •md’ twenty dollars: Provided, That hereafter he eh" receive directly or indirectly, no fees or other eompoT• satUn or emolument whatever for performin'- the duties ot the olneo, or in connection therewith other wi>e man as aioresaid; clerk to the Serzeant-at ti?l?«frt?*?i»tvJ,U8a,ld4.flve kundred dollar^; paying i„J the Sorgeant-ai-Aima, one thousand eight messenger to the Scrgeant-at Atius, one thousand tour huudred aud forty dollars; lioorkeopor, two thousand five hundred and liincty t'VO dollars; first assistant doorkeeper, two thousand nve hundred .and ninety-two dollars; Post mas: or, two thousand live hundred an 1 ninety-two dollars; first assistant postmaster, two thousand and eighty eight dollars; four messengers,at one thousand seven hundred and 1 wentv-eiglit dollars each; ten mail carriors, three at cue thousand seven hundred and twenty-eight dollars each, and seven at one thousand and eighty dollars each; Chaplain of the Rouse, nine hundred dollais; two stenographers, tour thousand three huudred and eighty dollars each ; superintend ent of the folding-room, two tnousand one hundred an-l sixty dollars; superintendent and assist an', su perintendent of the document-room, at two tliousand one huudred Mid sixty dollars each; document file c erk one thousand eiglfi hundred dollars; eleven messengers, five at one thousand eight huudred dol lars, and six at one thousand four hundred and forty dollars each; twelve messengers during the session, at. the rate of ono thousand lour hundred aud forty dollars each per annum, ton thousand aud eighty dollars; fifteen laborers, seven hundred and twenty dollars each; seven laborers during the session, at the rate of seven hundred and twenty dollars per annum; aud one laborer at eight hundred and twen ty dollars. For contingent expenses of the House of Represen tatives, namely: Fo, cartage, two thousand dollars. For clerks to comiuitttios of the House of Repre sentatives. twenty-six thousand nine hundred and eighty dollars. For folding documents, including pay of folders iu the folding-rooms and materials, one hundred thou sand dolla.s. For fuel, eight thousand dollars. For horses and carriages for transportations of mails, and saddle-horses for use of messengers, ton thousand dollars. For furniture, and repairs of the same, sixteen thousand dollars; and hereafter accounts for the pub lic property in the Capitol building, President*- i house, and Botanical garden shall, lie kept, and re ports thereof made annually to Congress, only by the respective officers having the custody of such* proper ty ;m-l responsible far the same. For packing-boxes, three thousand ana twenty dollars. For miscellaneous items, including one hundred dollars for contingent expenses of Capitol police, fif ty thousand dollars: Provided, That after the ex piration of the Forty-second Congress no payment shall be made by the House of Representatives, out of its contingent fund or otherwise, to either party to a contest ;«1-election ca?e for expenses incurred in prosecuting or defending the same. For newspapers and stationery lor Representatives and Delegates, at one hundred and twenty-five dol lars each per annum,thirty-six thousand six hundred and tv/euty-five dollars; and for stationery for com mittees and oiiicers ot the House, five thousand dol lars. For .twenty-eight pages, including three riding pages, at the rate of three dollars per day while ac tually employed, seventeen thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars. For the usual additional compensation io the re porters of the House for t he Congressional Globe for reporting the proceedings of the House for the session of the Forty-third Congress beginning on llie first Monday in December, eighteen hundred and peventv three, eight hundred dollars each, four thousand dol lars. PUBLIC PRINTING. For compensation of the Congressional Printer, and the clerks and messenger in his olncc, thirteen thousand nine hundred and fourteen dollars. For contingent expense* of his office, namely: For stationery, postage, advertising, travelling expenses horses and wagons, and miscellaneous items, two thousand five hundred dollars. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. For compensation of the Librarian, four thousand dollars: and lor fourteen assistant librarians, three i at two thousand five hundred dollars each; two at i one thousand eight hundred dollars each; one at one ‘ thousand six hundred dollars; two at one thousand four hundred and forty dollars each; three at ono thousand two hundred dollars each; two at one thou sand dollars each; and one at nine hundred and six ty dollars per annum; in all, twenty-six thousand one hundred and forty dollars. For purchase of books for the library, e«gnt thou sand dollars; for purchase of law-books for the libra ry, two thousand dollars; for purchase of files of pe riodicals and newspapers, one thousand five hundred dollars; for expenses of exchanging public documents for the publications of foreign governments, ono thousaud live hundred dollars; in all, thirteen thou sand dollars. For the purchase of new books of reference for the judges ot the Supreme Court, two thousand dollars. For contingent expenses of said library, two thou sand dollars. For expenses cf copyright business,; five hundred dollars. For Botanic garden, grading, draining, procuring manure, tools, fuel, nnd repairs, and purchasing trees and shrubs, uuder the direction of the Library Com mittee of <:engross, live thousand dollars. For pay of superintendent and assistants in Botan ic garden and green-houses, and two additional labor ers, unacr the direction of the Library Committee cf Congress, twelve thousand one hundred and forty j six dollars. PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS, j For pay of clerk in the office of public buildings and grounds, one thousand four hundred dollars. > For messenger in the same office, eight hundred ! and forty dollars. For the public gardener, one t housand four hundred ; and forty dollars. For a iaudscape-gardeucr, one thousand eight hun i dred dollars. For the laborer in charge of the water-closets in the Capitol, seven hundred and twenty dollars. For a foreman and laborers employed in the public grounds, nineteen thousand two hundred and ninety six dollars. For furnace-keeper, in charge of heating-apparatus under the old hall of tho House of Representatives, eight, hundred and sixty-four dollars. For furnace-keeper at the President’s House, seven hundred and twenty dollars. For two poli. cmcn at the President’s house, two thousand six hundred and forty dollars. For one night-watchman at the President’s house, nine hundred dollars, and one usher, one thousand two hundred dollars. For two doorkeepers at the President’s house, ono I thousand two hundred dollars each. For two draw-keepers at the bridge across the Eastern Branch of the Potomac, and for fuel, oil, and lamps, one thousand six hundred dollars. For watchman in Franklin square, seven hundred and twenty dollars. For the person in charge of the heating apparatus cf the Library of Co gross and other steam-healing apparatus in the central building, eight hundred and sixty-four dollars For five watchman in reservation number two, three thousand six hundred dollar * For watchman at Lincoln square, five hundred and : forty dollars. For watchman at Lafayette square, seven hundred and twenty dollars. For watebmau for circle at intersection of Penn svlvana avenue and. Twenty-fourth street, live hun dred and forty dollars. For one bridge keeper at Chain bridge, seven hun dred and twenty dollars. For watchman for circle at intersection of Massa chusetts and Vermont avenues, five hundred and for ty dollars. ‘ For contingent and incidental expenses, two thou sand dollars. EXECUTIVE. For compensation of the* President of the United States, twenty-live thousand dollars. For compensation of tho Vice-President of tho 1 United Slates, eight thousand dollars. For compensation of secretary to sign patents for public lands, one thousand live hundred dollars. For compensation to private secretary, three thou sand five hundred dollars: assistant secretary, two thousand five hundred dollars: two executive clerks at two thousand three hundred dollars each, steward at two thousand dollars, and messenger at one thou sand two hundred dollars, of the President of the United States; in all, thir teen thousand eight hun dred dollars. For contingent expenses of the Executive Office, including stationery therefor, six thousand dollars. DEPARTMENT OF STATE. For compensation oi tnc .secretary oi &tatc, cigut thousand dollars; two assistant secretaries of State, at three thousand five hundred dollars each; for chief clerk, two thousand live hundred dollars; ten clerks of class four, additional compensation to one clerk of class four as disbursing clerk, nine clerks oi class three, three clerks of class two, eight clerks of class one, one messenger, one assistant messenger, nine laborers, and four watchmen; in all, seventy four thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars. For publishing the laws of the third session of the Forty-second Congress in pamphlet form, aud in newspapers, fifty t housand dollars. For proof-reading aud packing the laws and docu ments for the various legations and consulates in cluding boxes and transportation of the same, three thousand dollars; for stationery, furniture, fixtures and repairs, five thousand dollars; for books and maps, two thousand five hundred dollars; for extra clerk-hire and copying, four thousand dollars; for contingent expenses, namely, rent, fuel, lights, re pairs, and miscellaneous expenses, Lhirty-two thou sand dollars; iu all, forty-seven thousand dollars. TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Secretary’s Office.—For compensation of the Secretary of the Treasury, eight thousand dollars; two assistant secretaries of the Treasury, at three thousand five hundred dollars each; chief clerk, two thousand two hundred dollars, and three hundred i dollars additional tor acting as superintendent of the j buildiny; forty-nine clerks of class four, addit ional | compensation of two hundred dollars to one clerk of J class four as disbursing clerk, thirty clerks of class i three, twenty-six clerks of class two, twenty-seven clerks of class one, thirty-two fema.e clerks at nino hundred dollars each; eleven messengers, one as sistant messenger, and ten laborers; one clerk of class four, and one clerk of class one, to assist the chief clerk in superintending the budding; one cap tan of the watch, one thousand four hundred dol-, Iars; one engineer, one thousand six hundred dollars; one machinist and gas-fitter, one thousand two hun dred dollars; cue storekeeper, one thousand four hundred dollars: six Ip watchmen, at seven hundred and tw- nty dollars each, and additional to two of said watchmen, acting as lieutenants of watchmen, two hundred and eighty dollars each; thirty laborers at seven hundred and twenty dollars cacli; one as sistant engineer, at one thousand dollars: uiLe fire men, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; ninety charwomen, at one hundred and eighty dol lars each; in all, three hundred and sixty-six thou sand three hundred dollars; and for additional clerks aud additional compensation to clerks in liis office, twenty-two thousand five hundred dollars. Supervising Architect.—In the constructing brunch of the Treasury: For'Suucrvismg Architect, lour thousand dollars; assistant supervising archi tect, two thousand live hundred dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; photographer, two thousand five hundred dollars; two assistant photographers, one at one thousand six hundred dollars, and one at one thousand two hundred dollars; two clerks of 1 class four, four clerks of class three, three clerks of class one, and one messenger; in all, twenty-eight I thousand two hundred and forty dollars. First Comptroller of the Treasury.—For • First Comptroller of the Treasury, five thousand dol i lars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; ten clerks • of class four, twelve clerks of class three, twelve i clerks of class two, six clerks of class one; sixcopy i iats, at nino hundred dollars each; one messenger, I one assistant messenger, and three laborers; in all, ! seventy-seven thousand three hundred arid twenty | dollars. _ Sec- >nd Comptroller of the Treasury.—For Second Comptroller of the Treasury, five thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars, twelve clerks of class four, twenty clerks of class three, twonty-eight clerks of class two, twenty-one clerks of class one; twelve copyists, at pine hundred dollars each; one messenger, one assistant messenger, and two laborers; in all, one hundred and thirty-eight thousand eight hundred dollars. Commissioner of Customs.—For Commissioner of Customs, three thousand doiars; chief clerk two thousand dollars; three clerks of class four seven clerks of class thrco.ten clerks of .class two, nine c erks of class one.jono messenger and one laborer; in all. forty-six thousand four hundred dollars. First Auditor.—For the First Auditor ef the Ireasury, three Ihousand dollars; threo clerics of clrss tour, ten clerks of class three, ten clerics of class two. thirteen clerks of class one. one messenger, otic assistant messenger, and one laborer; in all, lif y-eight thousand two hundred and eighty dollars. Skoo.ni> Auditor.-- For Second Auditor, three 1 thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; six clerks of class four, nnd for additional to the dis bursing clerk, two hundred dollars ;■ fifty-four clerks of clats three, one hundred and nino clerks of class two, one -inndred clerks of class one, one messenger, live assistant messengers, and seven laborers; in all, three hundred and eighty-four thousand four hun dred and eighty dollars. TiiirdAuditor.-Foi* Third Auditor, three thou sand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; fourteen clerks of class four, additional to one clerk of class four as disbursing clerk, two hundred dol ors; thirty-two clerks of class three. ®inct>-two clotks of class two, fiftv-onn clerks of class ont , ten copyists, at nine hundred dollars each; two mess<*B’ gers, three assistant messengers, and seven laborers, in all .two “i eighty-nine thousand, four hundred and eighty dollars. ^ Auditor throo tlionsiud'doliar^chicf cleric, two thousand dollars; live cli'rks of class four, clgkccu clorks of class thr™. rwclrc clerks of class two, eleven clerks of cla^one; seven female clerks, at nine hundred dol lars each' oua messenger, one assistant messenger, three laborers; in all, elghty-two thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars. Fifth Auditor.—For the lifln Auditor, three thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; four clerks of class four, eight clerks of class three, eight cclrks of class two, twelve clerks of class one; seven copyists, at nine hundred dollars each; one messenger, one assistant messenger, and two labor ers; in all, fifty-nine thousand nine hundred dollars. Auditor oi* tiie Treasury for tiie Post Ostice Department.—For compensation of the Auditor cf the Treasury of the Post Office Depart ment, three thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thou sand dollars; nine clerks of class four; additional to one clerk of class four as disbursing clerk, two hun dred dollars; forty-nine clerks of class three, sixty nine clerks of class two thirty-seven clerks of class one, one messenger, one nssisthnd messenger, and fifteen laborers; also eight additional clerks of class three, and fifteen assorters of money orders at nine hundred dollars each, and three additional laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each, for the money-order division; in all, two hundred and eighty - one thousand six hundred and twenty dollars. Treasurer.—For the compensation of the Treas urer of the United States, six thousand five hundred dollars; assistant treasurer, two thousand eight hun dred dollars; cashier, two thousand eight hundred dollars; assistant cashier, two thousand five hun dred dollars; five chiefs of division, at two thou sand two hundred dollars each; two principal book-keepers, two thousand two hundred dol lars each; two tellers, at two thousand two hundred dollars each; ono chief clerk, two thou sand dollars; two assistant tellers, two thousand dollars each; fifteen clerks of class four, fifteen clerks of class three, eleven clerks of class -two, nine clerks of class one; sixty female clerks, at nine hun dred dollars each; fifteen messengers; five male la borers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars, and seven female laborers at two hundred and forty dol lars each,in all.one hundred and eighty-nine thousand four hundred dollars: Provided, That eight thousand five hundred dollars are hereby appropriated to be expended in the office of the Treasury of the Unilod States at the discretion of the Secretary of the Treas ury. Register of the Treasury.—For compensation of the Register oi the Treasury, lour thousand dol lars; assistant register, two thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; eight clerks of class four, twelve clerks of class three, fifteen clerks of class two, ten elerks of class one; eight copyists, at nine hundred dollars each; one messenger, two assist ant messengers end two laborers; in all, cighty-live thousand five hundred and twenty dollars. Comptroller of the Currency.—For Compt roller of the Currency, five thousand dollars; deputy comptroller, two thousand five hundred dollars; twelve clerks of class four, fourteen clerks of class one, thirty-three female clorks, four messengers, four laborers, and two night watchmen; in all, one hun dred and twenty thousand and eighty dollars. For expanses of special examinations of national banks, and bank-note plates, and ono clerk of class four, four thousand eignt hundred dollars. Commissioner of Internal Revenue.—For Commissioner of Internal Revenue, six thousand dollars; deputy commissioners, three thousand five huudred dollars; two deputy commissioners, at threo thousand dollars each; seven heads of divisions, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; thirty-four*' elerks of class four, forty-eight clerks of class three, tif y-two clerks of class two, twenty clerks of class one: seventy-five copyist a, at nine hundred dollar^ eaeh; *even messengers, three assistant messengers, and fifteen laborers; in all, three hundred and lifty ; four thousand one hundred and forty dollars. For dies, paper, and for stamps, four hundred i thousand dollars. For salaries and expenses of collectors, officers and agents, surveyors of distilleries, gaugers, and store keepers. together with the expense of carrying into effect the various provisions of the several acts pro viding internal revenue, excepting items not other wise estimated for, four million six hundred thou sand dollars; and hereafter the total net compensa tion of collectors of internal revenue shall in no case exceed four thousand five hundred dollars per annum. i? or ueiccung ana orragins ro trial ana punishment persons guilty of violating the internal-revenue laws, or conniving at the same, including payments for in formation aud detection of such violations, one hun dred thous rad dollars. Light-House Board.-—For chief clerk of the Light-House Board, two thousand dollars; two clerks of class four, two clerks of class three, ono clerk of class two, one clerk of class one, one female copyist, one messenger aud one laborer: in all, thirteen thou sand eight hundred and sixry dollars. Bureau of Statistics.—For one officer in charge of the Bureau of Statistics, two thousand five hun dred dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; twelve clerks of class four, eight clerks of class three, ten clerks of class two, five clerks of class ono, five copyists at nine hundred dollars each, one messenger, one laborer, and one charwoman at four hundred and eighty dollars; in ail, sixty-five thousand four hun nred and forty dollars. For temporary clerks for the Treasury Department forty thousand: Provided, That hereafter no tempo rary clerk shall receive a greater compcnsat ion than at the rate of oac thousand two hundred dollars per annum for the time employed. For stationery for the Treasury* Department and its several bureaus, fifty thousand dollars. For postage, books, newspapers, arranging and binding cancelled marine papers, sealing ships’ regis ters, care ot horses for mail and office-wagon, re pairs of wagons and harness, washing towels, inves ligation of accounts and records, brooms, brushes, crash, cotton cloth, cane, chamois-skins, dusters, fiour, keys, lye, matches, nails, oil, powders, repair ing liand-stamps, sponge, soap, tacks, wall-paper, and the other miscellaneous items required for the current and ordinary business of .the Department, sixty-five thousand {dollars. For furniture, such as carpets, desks, tables, chairs shelving for file-rooms, boxes and repairs of furni ture, cases, oil-cloth, matting, rugs, chair-covers and cushions, repairs and laying of carpets, and other miscellaneous articles cf the like character, forty thousand dollars. For coal, wood, lighting the Treasury building, baskets, books, spittoous, drop-lights and tubing, files, blank keys, water coolers, tumblers, hatchets, ice-picks, mail-sacks, match-safes arid matches, pitchers, towels, traps, thermometers, buckets, dip pers, saws, ami other miscellaneous items, fifty thou sand dollars. Independent treasury. i Office of the assistant treasurer at New York: For assistant treasurer, eight thousand dollars; for dep uty assistant treasurer, three thousand six hundred dollars; cashier and chief clerk, lour thousand*two hundred dollars; chief of coin division, four thou sand dollars: chief of note-paying division, three thousand dollars; chief of note-receiving division, three thousand dollars; chief ol check division, three thousand dollars; chief of registered-interest division, two thousand eight hundred dollars; cliief of coupon-interest division, two thousand live hun dred dollars; chief of fracticffial-currency division, two thousand fivo hundred dollars; cliief of bond division, two thousand four hundred dollars; cliief of cancelled-clicck and record division, two thousand dollars; two clerks, at two thousand four hundred dollars each; six clerks at two thousand two hun dred dollars each; ten clerks, at two thousand dol lars each; nino clerks at one thousand eight hundred | dollars each; four clerks at, one thousand seven hun dred dollars each; tour clerks at one thousand six hundred dollars each; ten clerks, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; three clerks, at one thou sand two hundred dollars each; five messengers, at one thousand thteo hun Jred dollars each; one mes senger, one thousand two hundred dollars; keeper Of building, one thousand eight hundred dollars; chief detective, one thousand eteht hundred dollars; assistant detective, one thousand four hundred dol lars; four halMnen at ono thousand dollars each; six watchmen, at seven hundred and thirty dollars each; one engineer, one thousand dollars; one re porter, nine hundred dollars; in all, one hundred and forty-eight thousand nine hundred ami eighty I dollars. Office of the assistant treasurer at Boston: For assistant treasurer, live thousand dollars; for chief clerk, two thousand seven hundred dollars; paving teller, two thousand live hundred dollars; chief In terest clerk, two thousand live hundred dollars; re ceiving teller, one thousand eight hundred dollars; first book-keeper, one thousand seven hundred dol lars; second book-keeper, “depositors” accounts, one thousaud five hundred dollars; stamp and new frac tional currency clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; specie clerk, one thousand five hundred dol lars: two coupon clerks, at one thousand four hun dred dollars each; fractional currency redemption clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; receipt clerk, one thousaud two hundred dollars; assistant nooK-Kcoper, eigne nonurea aoiars; money clerk, one thousand dollars; assistant currency redemp tion clerk, ono thousand one hundred dollars; assist ant currency redemption clerk, one thousand dollars: messenger and chief watchman, one thousand ami sixty dollars; two watchmen at eight hundred and fifty dollars each; assistant specie clerk, one thou sand four hundred dollars; in all, thirty-five thou sand one hundred and ten dollars. Utfice of assistant treasurer at San Francisco: For assistant treasurer, m addition to his salary as treas urer of the branch mint, one thousand five hundred dollars: for cashier, three thousand dollars; for book-keeper, two thousand five hundred dollars; for assistant cashier, two thousand dollars; for assistant book-keeper, two thousand dollars; tor stamp-clerk, two thousand four hundred dollars; for one clerk ono thousand eight, hundred dollars; for three night watchmen, four thousand five hundred dollars; for one .slay watchman, nine hundred and sixty dollars; in all, twenty thousand six huudred and 'sixty dol lars. Office of assistant treasurer at Philadelphia: For assistant treasurer, in addition to ins salary as treas urer of the mint, one thousand fivo hundred dollars; for cashier and chief clerk, two thousand seven hun dred dollars; chief book-keeper, two thousand five huudred do lars; cnief interest clerk, one thousand nice hundred dollar's; assistant booh-keeper, ono thousand eight hundred dollars; coin teller, one thousand seven hundred dol ars; registered interest clerk, ono th us.ind seven huudred dollars; assist ant coupon clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars; fractional currency clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars; assistanc registered-loan clerk, ono thousand fivo hundred dollars; assistant registered-loan clerk, one thousand four hundred dollars; assistant coin teller, ono thousand four hundred dollars; assistant fractional currency clerk, one thousand four hundred dollars; receiving teller, ono thousand three hundred dollars; assistant receiving teller, ono thousand two hundred dollars; superintendent of building, one thousand one hundred dollars; seven female coun ters, at nine hundred dollars each, six thousand three hundred dollars; four watchmen, at nine hun dred and thirty dollars each, three thousand seven hundred and twenty dollars; in all, thirty-six thou sand three hundred and twenty dollars. Office of assistant treasurer at Saint Louis; For assistant treasurer, five thousand dollars; chief clerk and teller, two thousand five hundred dollars; assist ant teller, one thousand eight hundred dollars; book keeper, cue thousand five hundred dollars; assistant book-keeper, one thousand two hundred dollars* messenger, one thousand dollars; four watchmen at seven huudred dollars each, two thousand eight hun dred dollars; iu all, fifteen thousand eight hundred dollars. Office of assistant treasurer at New Orleans • For assistant, treasurer, four thousand fivo hundred dol lars, for chief cletk and cashier, two thousand five hundred dollais, one cle k, two thousand dollars two clerks, three thousand dollars: ononorterS hundred dollars; two watchmen, one hou ^i toSr hundred audforty dollars; amounting, in all, ““four teen thousand three hundred and fortv dollars Office of assistant treasurer at ChlrloS South Carolina, I-or assistant treasurer, tour thousand dol lars; one clerk, one thousand eigiit hundred dollars one clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars; one as sistant messenger, seven hundred and twenty dollars ■ 0RS tJl,0USI,nd ,0«r hundred atni sixty dollars’ ’ ’ Rm0tUousand «ve hundred and atSSS0.** assistant treasurer at Baltimore: Foras vVe U^asand dollars; for cashier, two thousand flvo hundred dollars; for three clerks ?^et;L d.four h,lmdr(id dollars; for three clerks, Jour thousand two hundrotl dollars; for two clerks, two thousand four hundred dollars; for ono raessen ger, eight hundred and forty dollars; for fivo vault watelimen,three thousand six hundred dollars; in all,twenty-three thousand nine hundred audforty dollars. Office of depositary at Chicago: For cashier, two thousand fivo hundred dollars; for ono clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; lor two clerks, three thousand dollars: lor ono clerk, ono thousand two hundred dollars: for ono mossengor, eight hun dred audforty dollars; for one watchman, seven hun dred and twenty dollars; in all, ten thousand and Office of depositary at Cincinnati: For cashier, two thousand dollars; tor cno clerk, one thousand Uvo hundred dollars; for two clerks, two thousand four hundred dollars; for two clerks, two thousand not lars; for one messenger, six hundred dollars; lor two watchmen, one at seven hundred and twenty uouars and one at two hundrotl and forty dollars; man, eleven thousand two hundred and sixty dollars. Office of depositary at Louisville: For cashier, two thousand dollars, for one clerk, one thousand live hundred dollars; for one clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; for one watchman, seven hundred and twenty dollars; in all, live thousand four hun dred and tweuty dollars. Office of depositary at Pittsburgh: For cashier, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk, one thou saud fo ir hundred dollars; oae watchman, seven hundred and twenty dollars; in all, three thousand nine hundred and tweuty dollars. Office of depositary at Santa F6: For depositary, in addition io his pay as receiver, two thousand dol lars; one clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; two watchmen, each seven hundred and twenty dol lars; in all, four thousand six hundred and forty dol lars. Office of depositary at Tucson, Arizona: For de positary, in addition to Ills pay as postmaster, one thousand live hundred dollais. For compensation to designated depositaries, for re ceiving, keeping, and disbursing public monev, five thousand dollars. For checks and check-books for disbursing officers and others, and certificates of deposits for me treas urer, assistant treasurer, and designated deposita ries, thirteen thousand dollars. For compensation to special agents, to examine the books, accounts, and money on hand at the several sub-treasuries and depositaries, including national banks acting as depositaries under the act of the sixth of August, eighteen hundred and forty-six, six thousand dollars. For contingent expenses under tho act of the sixth of August, eighteen hundred and forty-six, for the collection, safe-keeping, transfer, and disbursement of the public revenue, one hundred thousand dol lars: Provided, That no part of tte said sum shall be expended for clerical services. For additional clerks under tho act for the. better organization of tho Treasury, at such rates as the Secretary of the Treasury may deem just and rea sonable, ten thousand dollars. UNITED STATES MINT, BRANCHES, AND AS SAY OFFICES. Mint at Philadelphia.—For salaries of the director, treasurer, assayer, mciter and refiner, chief coiner and engraver, assistant assayer, and seven clerks, thirty-seven thousand nine hundred dollars. For wages of workmen and adjustors, one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars. For incidental and contingent expenses, including wastage, new machinery, and repairs, thirty-five thousand dollars. For specimens of ores and coins, to bo preserved in tbe cabinet of the mint, six hundred dollars; for freight on bullion and coin, five thousand dollars. Branch Mint at San Francisco, California.— For salaries ot superintendent, treasurer, assayer. melter and Tefiner, coiner, and six clerks, thirty thousaud live bundled dollars. For wages of workmen and adjusters, two hun dred thousand dollars. For incidental and contingent expenses, repairs, and wastage, fifty-nine thousand five hundred and forty-five dollars. Branch Mint at Carson City, Nevada.—For salaries ol superintendent,assayer, melter and refiner, and coiner, and four clerks, seventeen thousaud nine hundred dollars. For wages or workmen and adjusters, sixty-seven thousand dollars. For chemicals, charcoal, wood, and incidental ex penses, fifty-three thousaud two hundred dollars. Assay Office, New York.—For salary of super intendent, four thousand fivo hundred dollars; for for salary ot assayer, three thousand dollars; salary of melter and refiner, three thousand dollars for compensation of clerks, at tbe discretion of the Secretary of the Treasury, ten thousand two hun dred dollars. For wages of workmen, sixty-eight thousand dol lars. For incidental and contingent expenses, twentv two Thousand dollars. 3 Branch Minx at Denver.—For assayer, (who shall have charge of said mint,) two thousand five hundred dollars; for melter, two thousand five hun dreu dollars. For three clerks, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each, five thousand four hundred dollars. For wages of workmen, fifteen ihousand three hun dred and iliirty-llve dollars. For incidental and contingent expenses, including repairs and wastage, five thousand dollars. Assay Office at Boise City, Idaho.—For sal aries of assayer, who shall have charge of the assav oflice, melter and refiner, and clerk, fivo thousand four hundred dollars. For wages of workmen, three thousand dollars. ar«m ,ental and contingent expenses, one thou sand five hundred dollars. Office at Chaulotte, Nobth Cabo LLSA.—Fcr salaries: assayer, one thousand five hun dred dollars: melter and refiner, one thousand two hollared dollars; wages ot firemen, laborer, man of all work, two hundred and ninety-two dollars Contingent expenses: charcoal, fuel, lights, acids, fluxes, crucibles, freights, pastage, books, stationery, miscellaneous items, repairs of assaying department, ami incidental expenses, one thousand fivo hundred dollars. UOVJSBNMENT IN THE TERRITORIES. Territory of Arizona.—For salaries of gov ernor, chief Justico, and two associate judges, secre tary. interpreter, and translator, in tho executive of fice, fourteen thousand dollars. For rent of office, fuel, lights, postage, storage of furniture of the legislatsvo assembly, and expense* of library, three thousand dollars: Provided, That no law of any territorial legislature shall be made or enforced by which the members or officers of anv ter ritorial legislature shall be paid anv compensation other than that provided by the laws of the United States. For contingent expenses of the Territory, one thou sand dollars. Territory of Colorado. For salaries of gov ernor ana superintendent of Indian affairs, chief jus tice and two associate judges, and secretary, thirteen thousand threo hundred dollars. For contingent expenses of the Territorv, one thou sand dollars. For contingent expenses of thesecrct-aiy’# office, two thousand dollars. Territory of Dakota.—For salaries of governor and superintendent of Iudian affairs, chief justice and two associate judges, and secretary. thirteen thousand three hundred dollars. For contingent expenses of the Territory, cue thou sand dollars. Far rent of secretary's office, stationery, blanks, fight, fuel, labor, postage, storage, and necessaries of similar character, one thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; for incidental expenses, two hundred and fifty dollars: in ail, two thousand dollars. Territory of Idaho.—For salaries of governor and superintendent of Indian affairs, chief justice and two associate judges and secreaary, thirteen thousand five hundred dollars. For contingent expenses of tho Territorv, one thou sand dollars. Territorv of Montana.—For compensation of governor, chief justico and two associate judges, and secretary, thirteen thousand live hundred dollaas. For contingent expenses ot tho Territory, one thou sand dollars. For per diem and mileage of members of tho legis lative assembly, eight thovsand dollars; for pay of officers and employees, two thousand three hundred dollars; for printing, four thousand dollars; for fur niture, rent, stationery, jwstago, fuel, lights, clerk hire, aud necssary incidonlal expenses of similar character, llvo thousand seven hundred dollars- in ail, twenty thousand dollars. Territory of New Mexico.—For salaries of governor, chief justice and two associate judges, and secretary, land ex-officio superintendent of public buildiugs and grounds, thirteen thousand five hun dred dollars. For interpreter and translator in tho executive of fice, live hundred dollars; for contingent expenses of the Territory, one thousand dollars. For compensation and mileage of the members of legislative assembly, officers, clerks, and contingent expenses of the assembly; for rent of office, fuel, lights, stationery, printing, salary of messengor, and other incidental expenses of tho secretary’s • office twenty thousand dollars. Territory of Utah.—For salaries of governor, chief justico, two associate judges, anil secretary thirteen thousand fire linndrcd uoltars. For contingent expenses of the Territory, one thousand dollars. For compensation and mileage of the members of tho legislative assembly, officers, clerks, and others, and contingent and miscellaneous expenses of tho assembly, twenty thousand dollars. Territory of Washington.—For salaries of gov ernor, chief justice, two associato judges, and secre tary, fourteen thousand dollars. For contingent expenses of the Territorv, one thousand dollars. For per diem and mileage ot members and officers of legislative assembly, fourteen thousand dollars Provided, That the sessions of said legislative assem bly shall not hereafter extend beyond forty days from the first day of meeting thereof; for printing laws and journals, four thousand dollars; for stationery, fuel, lights, rents, and other inciiiental expenses, two thousand dollars; in all, twenty thousand do! larp. Territory of Wyoming—For salaries of gov ernor and superintendent of Indian affairs chief thousand dollars.1 e’PCnW?8 °f tt° For per (liom and mileage of officers and membere of the legislative assembly; incidental expenses iff the same; printing of the laws and the journals of the two houses; stationery, fuel, lights, postage rent twenty thonsanifdollars. * ' * District of Cohumbia.—For salary of tho gov ernor, three thousand dollars; for salary of the sec retary, two thousand dollars; for pay of the mem bers of the council, two thousand eight hundred and eighty dollars: for salaries of four members of the board of public works, ten thousand dollars; for salaries of the members of the board of health, at two thousand dollars each, ten thousand dollars; making in all, twenty-seven thousand eight hundred and eighty dollars: P ovided, That no part of the sum hereby approprited shall be paid to any member of such boards who shall hold auy oilier federal office. WAR DEPARTMENT. For compensation of the Secretary of War, eight thousand dollars; chief clerk, at two thousand iivo

hundred dollars; two clerks at two thousand dol lars; three clerks of class four: for additional to one clerk ot cla^s four, as disbursing clerk, two hundred dollars; for six clerks of class three, three clerks of class two, eight clerks of class one, one messenger three assistant messengers, ono labor er; In all. forty-seven thousand two hundred ami twenty dollars. To enable the Secretary of War to have the rebel archives examined and copies furnished from time to time for the use of the government, six thousand dollars: Provided, That no claims against tho United States for collecting, drilling, or organizing volunteers fjrthewar of the rebellion shall beam lited or paid un less presented before the end of the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy four; and all claims for horses, lost prior to January first, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, shall be present ed by the end of the said fiscal year. For contingent expenses, twelve thousand dollars. Office of the Adjutant-General.—For chief clerk, two thousand dollars; six clerks of class four, twelve clerks of class 1 hree, fifty-four clerks of class two, forty clerks of clas3 one; and two messengers, one assistant messenger, and one fireman: in ail, ono bvimroil and fifty-eight thousand seven hundred and twenty dollars. b'or contingent expenses, eighteen thousand dol lars. Office of tiie Quartermaster-General.—For chief clerk, two thousand dollars; three clerks of class four, eight clerks of class three, twenty «lerks or class two, seventy-five clerks of class one; thirty copyists, at nine hundred dollars each; superintend ent of tho building, two hundred dollars; onemes sengor, two assistant mes engers, and six laborers; in all, one hundred and scvcnty-two thousand dol lars. For contingent expenses, ten thousand dollars. Office of the Paymaster General.—For chief clerk, two thousand dollars; four clerks of class four, nine clerks of class three, twenty-three clerks of class two, twelve clerks of class one, and two mes sengers: seventy-ono thousand eight hundred ami eighty dollars. For contingent expenses, five thousand dollare. Office of the Commissary-General. — For chief clerk, two thousand dollars; one clerk of class three, eight clerks of class two, fifteen clerks of class ono, one messenger, and two laborers; in all, thirty five thousand and eighty dollars. For contingent expenses, namely: office-rent, re pairs, and miscellaneous items, six thousand dollars. Office of the Surgeon-General.—For chief clerk, two thousand dollars; one clerk of class three, two clerks of class two, eight clerks of class one, one messenger, and one laborer; in all, seventeen thousand five hundred and sixty dollars. For contingent expenses, blank books, stationery, binding, rent, fuel, and including rent of Surgeon General’s Office and Army Medical Museum, eight thousand dollars. Office of Chief Engineer.—For chief clerk, two thousand dollars; threo clerks of class four, f our clerks of class threo, four clerks of class two, fair clerks of class one, one messenger, and ono la borer; in all, twerity-fivo thousaud seven hundred an sixty dollars. , „ , ,. For contingent expenses, namely: for stationery, office-furniture, miscellaneous and Incidental expen ses. including professional books, maps ,and two dai ]y Washington newspapers, throe thousand live bun Office of the C It IFF OF OBDliABCE.—For cliief clerk, two thousand dollars; three clerks of c ass lour, two clerks of class threo, four clerks ol class two, six clerks of class one, and ono messenger .in all, twenty-four thousand two hundred and lorty dol lars. Tor contingent expenses, namely: stationery, en velopes, wrapping-paper, for sending blanks to the arsenal., furls, permanent batteries, and troops in the field, telegrams, express charges, and incidentals of a similar nature, furniture, matting, carpets, oil cloth, professional books for Ordnance Dcnartment &yo&7FcM S5J tliree; ono clerk of class one; in all, four thoasau! eight hundred dollars. For contingent expenses, live hundred dollars For Signal-Office.—For two clerks of class two two thousand eight hundred dollars. Office of the Inspector-General.—For one clerk of class three, one thousand six hundred dol lars. WAR DEPARTMENT BUILDINGS. For compen-ation cf superintendent of the build ing occupied by tbo War Departmon . (two hundred and fifty dollars,) four watchmen, aud two laborers; in all, four thousand fivo hundred and seventy dol lars. For labor, fuel, lights, and miscellaneous items for the said building, ten thousand dollars. For superintendent of building corner of Seven teenth and F streets, (two hundred and fifty dollars,) and four watchmen and two laborers; in all, four thousand five hundred and seventy dollars. For fuel for warming the entire building, and for operating the ventilati%-fan in summer, repairs of steam warming aud ventilating apparatus, pay of cn gineeer and fireman, matting and oil-cloth for halls, gas, whitewashing, and other incidental expenses, ten thousand dollars. For superintendent of the building occupied by the Paymaster-General, (two hundred and fifty dollars,) and for five watchmen and two laborers; in all, five thousand two hundred and ninety dollars. For rent of building, and fuel and contingencies, twelve thousand five hundred dollars. navy department. For compensation of tho Secretary of the Navy, eight thousand dollars: for compensation of tbo chief clerk of the Navy Department, at two thousand two hundred dollars, and, additional to chief clerk, three hundred dollars, to continue while there is no assist ant secretary, and no longer; one disbursing clerk, at two thousand dollars; four clerks of class four four clerks cf cl.ss three, two clerks of class two three clerks of class one, two messengers, and two laborers; in all, thirty-five thousand six hundred and twenty dollars. For stationery, furniture, newspapers, and miscel laneous items, five thousand dollars. Bureau of Yards and Docks.—For civil engi neer, three thousand dollars; chief clerk, one thou sand eight hundred dollars; uraughtsman, one thou sand eight hundred dollars; cno clerk of class four, two clerks of class three, one clerk of claf s two, one clerk of class one, one messenger.and one laborer; iu all, fifteen thousand seven hundred and sixty dol lars. For stationery, books, plans, drawings, labor, and miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars. Bureau of Equipment and Recruiting.—For chief clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk of class four, ono clerk of class three, two clerks of class two, two clerks of class oue, one mes senger, and one laborer; in all, eleven thousand nine hundred and sixty dollars. For stationery, books, and miscellaneous items, seven hundred and fifty dollars. Bureau of Navigation.—For chief clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; ono clerk of class three, one clerk ot class two, one messenger, and one laborer; in all, six thousand three hundred and sixty dollars. For stationery, books, and miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars. Bureau of Ordnance.—For chief clerk, oue thousand eight huudred dollars; draughtsman, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk of class three, two clerks of class two, one messenger, ami one laborer; in ail, nine thousand five hundred dud sixty dollars. For stationery, books, aud miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars. Bureau of Construction and Repair.—For chief clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; draughtsman, one thousand eight -hundred dollars; one clerk of class four, two clerks of class three, two clerks of class two, one messenger, and oue laborer; in all, twelve thousand nine huudred and sixty dol lars. For stationery and miscellaneous items, eight him- i dred dollars. Bureau of Steam-Engineering.—For chief clerk,one thousand eight hundred dollars; draughts man, one thousand eight huudred dollars: one clerk, of class two, one thousand four hundred dollars; one assistant draughtsman, one thousand two hundred dollars; one messenger, and one laborer; in all, seven thousand seven hundred anrl sixty dollars. For stationery and miscellaneous items, eight hun dred dollars. Bureau of Provisions and Clothing.—For chief clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; ono clerk of class four, two clerks of class three, two clerks of class two, three clerks of class one, one mes senger, and one laborer; in all, fourteen thousand seveu hundred and sixty dollars. ,F°r stationery and miscellaneous items, eight hun dred dollars. ® Bureau of Medicine and Surgery.—For ono clerk of class four, one clerk of class three, one mes senger, and one laborer; in all, four thousand nine hundred and sixty dollars. For stationery and miscellaneous items, four litin For superintendent-, (two hundred and fifty dol lars,) five watchmen, and two laborers for the build ing occupied by the Navy Department; in all, five thousand two bandied aud ninety dollars. For incidental labor, fuel, lights, and miscellane ous items for said building, seven thousand dollars. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. For compensation of the Secretary of tho Interior, eight thousand dollars: Assistant Secretary, three thousand five hundred dollars; chief clerk, two thou sand two hundred dollars; four clerk* ot class four, any of whom may be paid two hundred dollars addi tional, if the Secretary of the Interior deem it neces sary aud proper; six clerks of class four, one of whom may be designated by the Secretary to act as super intendent of tlie building, who shall receive two hun dred dollars additional compensation per annum; additional to three disbursing clerks, six clerks of class three, six clerks of class two, and stx clerks of class one; three copyists, at nine hundred dollars each per annum; three messengers, two assistant messengers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; and six laborers in the office: in all, sixty-nine thousand four hundred and eighty dollars. For one captain of watch, ono thousand two hun dred dollars, and twenty-eight watchmen for the general service of the Interior Department building, and all the Bureaus therein, to be allotted to day or night service, as tho Secretary of the interior may direct, twenty-one thousand three hundred and sixty dollars. * J For stationery, furniture, advertising, telegraph ing, and miscellaneous items, twelve thousand dol lar*. For expenses of packing and distributing official documents, including salary of superintendent, seven thousand dollars. For rent aud fitting up rooms far the use of tho Pension-Office and for the Bureau of Education, six teen thousand dollars. For casual repairs of the Departmeut building, in cluding new windows forF street wing, repairing ceilings aud walls of model saloon, painting and kal sominlng and repairs to the roof, fourteen thousand dollars. For fuel, light, and salary of tho engineer, at one thousand four hundred dollars, and repairs of the lieating-apparalus, eighteen thousand two hundred dollars. General Land Office.—For Commissioner of the Gemeral Land Office, three thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; recorder, two thousand dollars; three principal clerks, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; three clerks of class four, twenty-three dorks of class three, forty clerks of class two, forty .clerks of class one: one draughtsman, at ono thousand six hundred dollars; one assistant draughtsman, at ono thousand four hundred dollars; two messengers, three assistant messengers, seven laborers, aud two packers; in all, one hundred and seventy-one thousand nine hundred and twenty dol lars. Also, for additional clerTs ou account of mili tary bounty-lands, namely: For principal clerk, two thousand dollars; one clerk of class three, four clerks of class two, thirty-live clerks of class one, and two laborers; in all, fifty-two thousand six hundred and forty dollars: Provided, That the Secretary of the Interior, at his discretion, shall be*, and be is berebv, authorized to use any portion of said appropriation for piece-work, or by the day, or month, or year, at such rate or rates as he may deem just and fair, not exceeding a salary of one thousand two hundred dol lars per annum. For maps, diagrams, stationery, furniture, and re pairs of the same; miscellaneous items, including two of the city newspapers, to be filed, bound, and pre served for the uso of the oflice; advertising aud tel egraphing; miscellaneous items on account of boun ty-lands and military patents under the several acts, and contingent expenses nuder the swamp-laud act, thirty thousand dollars. Indian Office.—For compensation of the Com missioner of Indian Affairs, three thousand dollars! chief clerk, two thousand dollars; five clerks of class four, nine thousand dollars; eight clerks of class three, twelve thousand eight hundred dollars; twelve clerks of class two, sixteen thousand eight hundred dollars; nine clerks of class one, ten thousand eight hundred dollars; four copyists, at nine hundred dol lars each; o to watchman, one laborer, ono messenger, and one assistant messenger; in a 1, sixty thousand nine hundred and eighty dollars. For blank books, binding, stationery, fbel,‘lights, and miscellaneous items, including two city newspa pers, to be filed, bound, and preserved for the use of the office, five thousand dollars. Pension-Office.—For compensation of Commis sioner of Pensions, three thousand dollars; chief clerk two thousand dollars; twenty-two clerks ol class, of clas9 two, ono hundred and twenty-six clerks of class ODe, twenty-five copyists, at nine hundred dol lars each, one messenger, twelve assistant messen gers, six laborers, four watchmen, one engineer, one thousand lour bunds cd dollars: ono assistant engi neer, one thousand dollars; in all, four hundred and thirty-eight thousand one hundred and eighty dol lars. For stationery, cngraviug. ami retouching plates; for bounty-land warrants, printing and binding the same, engraving and printing pension-certificates, office-furniture, and repairing the same, and miscel laneous items, including two daily newspapers, to bo filed, bound, aud preserved for the use of the office; and fer detection and investigation of fraud, seventy five thousand dollars. United States Patent-Office.—For compen sation of the Commissioner of the Patent-Office, four thousand five hundred dollars; for assistant com missioner, three tliou-nnd dollars; for chief clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; three examin ers-iu-chief, at three thousand dollars each; exam iner in charge of interferences, two thousand five hundred dollars; trade-mark examiner, two thou sand five hundred dollars; twenty-fnpr principal ex aminers. at two thousand five hundred aollara each: twenty-four first assistant examiners, atone thousand eight hundred dollars each; t jventy-four second as sistant examiners, at one thousand six hundred dol lars each, two of whom may bo tern ales; twenty-four third assistant examiners, at ono thousand four hun dred dollars each; one librarian, two thousand dol lars ; one machinist, one thousand six hundred dol lars ; seven clerks of cla« four, eight clerks of class three, thirty-one clerks of class two, and forty-five clerks of olasa one; also, for thirty permanent clerks, at oue thousand dollars each; for forty permanent clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; for‘three skilled draughtsmen, at ono thousand two hundred dollars each; for thirty-five copyists of drawings, at one thousand dollars each; for one messenger and pur chasing clerk, one thousand dollars; for one skilled laborer, ono thousand two hundred dollars; for eight attendants in model-room, at nine hundred dollars each; for thirty laborers, at Severn hundred ana twen ty dollars each; for six laborers, at six hundred dol lars each; in all, four hundred and seventy-two thou sand eight hundred dollars. For contingent and miscellaneous expenses of the Patent-Office, namely: For stationery for use of of fice, repair of model cases, stationery portfolios for drawings, furniture, repairing, paperlug, painting, carpets, ice, advertising, books lor library, moneys rotuuded, printing, engraved patent-heads, interna tional exchanges, plumbing;, gas-fitting. extra labor on indexes aud abstracts lor annual imports, fitting rooms, temporary clerks, laborers, .and other contin gencies, one hundred thousand dollars. For photo-lithographing, or otherwise producing copies of drawings of current and back issues, for use of the office and for sale, including pay of tempo rary draughtsman, forty thousand dollars. . For photo-lithoCTftpliing, <>r otherwise producing plates for the Official Gazelte. ind^utl ng pay ' f em ployees engaged on the Gazette, forty thousand dol bL. nhoto-litliograpbing or otherwise producing copies of the wcikTy issue of drawings in bo attacheS to patents and copies, forty thousand dollars. * ’bureau of Education.—For Commissioner of Fducation, threo thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; ono clerk of class four; one statis tician with the compensation of a clerk ot class four, one clerk of class three, one translator, with the com pensation of a clerk of class three; cue clerk of class two; four copyists, at nino hundred dollars each; one messenger, at eight hundred and forty dollars, sta tionery, ono thousand dollars; library, oue thousand dollars; current educational periodicals, two hundred and fifty dollars; other current publications, t\vo hundred and twenty-five dollars; completing valua ble sets of periodicals and publications in the library, twohundrsd dollars; collecting statistics, and writ ing and compiling matter for annual and special re ports, ami editing and publishing circulars ol infor mation, thirteen thousand dollars; fuel and lights, two hundred and seventy-five dollars contingencies, ono thousand two hundred aud sixty down; in all, thirty-four thousand eight hundred and filty dollars. Surveyors-*jenFital and their clerks.—For compensation of snrveyor-general of Louisiana, two thousand dollars; and for clerks in his office, two thousand five hundred dollars. For surveyor-general of Florida, two thousand dol lars: and for clerks in his office, three thousand live hundred dollars. For sutveyor-general of Minnesota, two thousand dollars, and'for clerks in his office, eight thousand four hundred dollars. For surveyor-general of ihe Territory of Itakota, two thousand dollars; and for dorks in ins office, s:x thousand three hundred dollars. For surveyor-general of Kansas, two thousand dol lars; aud for clerks in his oliicc, seven thousand live hundred dollars. For surveyor-general of Colorado, three thousand dollar?; n»<[ fin- C!orUs Iu his office, six thousand three b- r.dr ;d dollars. For ve/or general of New Mexico, three thou santl dollaiH; and tor the clerks iu his office, six thou sand three hundred dollars. .tnUo1ra°on?iJa,r.'l’unor?1 of Callforuir, throe thousand thSSMdo££" Cler“ iu 1113 office, twcaty-Uve in^ranTihry0/i^f T11,""1''”'0- «•«<> thousand dol lars.’ 1 * o'erks iu hts office, four thousand dol For surveyor-general of Nevada, thr.-e tlumsund dollars; and for clerks in 1,1s office, six thousand three hundred dollars. UBajlu For surveyor-general of Oregon, two thousand five hundred dollars; and for clerks iu his office, five thousaud four hundred dollars. For surveyor-general of Washington Territory two thousand five hundred do lars; and for clerks in his oliicc, seven thousand dollars. For suavoyor-gcneral of Nebraska and Iowa, two thou>and dollars,; and ior clerks in las office, six thousand threo hundred dollars. For surveyor-general of Montana Territory, three thousand dollars; and for clerks in Lis office, six thousand dollars. For surveyor-general of Utah Territory, threo thousand dollars; and for clerks iu his office, four thousand seven hundred dollars. For surveyor-general of the Territory of Wyoming, three thousand dollars; and for clerks in his oliicc, Fix thousand seven hundred dollars. For surveyor-general of Arizona Territory, three thousand dollars; and for clerks in his office four thousand dollars. For recorder of laud-titles iu Missouri, five hun dred oolars. POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT. For compensation of the Postmaster-General, eight thoiisan dollars; three Assistant Pos'masters-Go'i eral.at three thousaud five hundred dollars each; su perintendent of money-order bystem, three thousand dollars; superintendent of foreign mails, three thou sand dollars, topographer of the Post-Office Depart ment, two thousand live hundred dollars; chief of di vision for the office of mail depredations, two thou, sand five hundred dollars; chiei of division of doad leiters, two thousaud five hundred dollars; superin tendent oi Post-Office building and disbursing officer, two thousand three hundred dollars; chief clerk to the Postmaster-General, two thousand two hundred dollars; one chief clerk to each Assistant Postmas ter-General, at two thousand dollars each; one chief clerk in m- ney-order office, two thousand dolla s; one chief clerk in office of superintendent ct foreign mails, two thousand dollars; superintendent of blank agency, one thousand eight hundred d liars; assist ant superintendent of olank-agency, one thousand six hundred dollars; four assistants, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; fourteen clerks of class four, twenty-five thousand two hundred dollars; six ty-three clerks of class three, one hundred thousand eight hundred dollars; fifty clerks of civ s two, sev enty thousand dollars; sixty-nine clerks of class ono, eighty-two thousand eight hundred dollars; fifiy-sev cu female clerks, at nine huudred dollars each; one messenger of the Postmarter-General, nine hundred dollars ;ouc messenger to each Assistant Postmaste; Genoral, at eight liundrod and forty dollars each; four assistant mesaeugers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; one captain of the watch, at one thousand dollars, and nine watchmen aud twen ty-five laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; ono engiueer, one thousand six hundred dol lars; one assistant engineer, one thousaud dollars; one carpenter, one thousand two hundred and fifty two dollars, one assistant carpenter, one thousand dollars; one flrernun and blacksmith, nine hundred dollars; two firemen, at seven huudred and twenty dollars each, one thousand four hun red and forty doilars; three female laborers, at four hundred and eighty dollars each, one thousand four hundred aud forty dollars: one stenographer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; making, in all. lour hundred and twenty-six thourand seven hundred and thirty-two dollars. And the annual compensation of assistant messengers, watchmen, and laborers in the Post-Of fice Department shall be seven huudred and twenty dollars, aud no'more; and so much of section four of the act approved June eighth, eighteen hundred and seventy-two, entitled “An act to revise, consolidate, and amend tho statutes relating to the Post-Office Department,” as provides a greater annual compen sation for said assistant messengers, watchmen, aud laborers, is hereby repealed. For temporary clerks, ten thousand dollars. Contingent expenses, Post-Office Department: For stationery, nine thousand dollars; fuel for tha General Post-Office building, including tho Auditor,s office, seven thousand four hundred dollars; for gae, four thousand dollars; plumbing and gas-fixtures, threo thousand dollars; telegraphing, three tliousand dollars; painting, one thousand five hundred dollars; carpets, three thonsand dollars; furniture, three i thousand five hundred dollars: keeping horses and repairing carriages, wagons, and harness, twelve hun dred dollars; hardware, eight hundred dollars; mis cellaneous items, seven thousand five hundred dol lars; making, in all, forty-three thousand nine hun dred dollars. X wl1 AunioumtlUi. For compensation of Commissioner of Agriculture three thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; entomologist, two thousand dollars; chem ist, two thousand, dollars; assistant chemist, one thousand six hundred dollars; superintendent of ex perimental gardeus and grounds, two thousand dol lars; statistician, two thousand dollars; disbursing cierk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; superin tendent of seed room, one thousand eight hundred dollars; librarian, one thousand eight hundred dol lars; botanist, one thousand eight hundred dollars; for salary of microscopist. one thousand eight hun hundrod dollars; four clerks of class four, five clerks of class three, six clerks of class two, seven clerks of-class one; engineer, odo thousand four hundred doilars; superintendent of folding room, one thou sand two hundred dollars; assistant superintendent of experimental garden ami grounds, one thousand two hundred dollars; assistant superintendent of the seed-room, one thousand two hundred dollars; three copyists, at nine hundred dollars each; two at tendants in museum, at one thousand dollars each; chief messenger, eight hundred and fifty dollars; two tssistant messengers; one carpenter, at Dine hundred and sixty dollars; three watchmen and nlne’laborers; making, in all, seventy-five thousand three hundred and ninety dollars. For collecting statistics, and compiling and writing matter for monthly, annual, and special reports, fif teen thousand dollars. For purchase and distributien cf new and valua ble seeds and plants, sixty thousand dollars; for ex pense of putting up the same, for labor, bagging, paper, twine, gum, and other necessary materials, five thousand dollars. For labor on experimental garden, and for flower pol8, repairs to green-house, and purchase ol' new plants and seeds for the same, ten thousand dollars. For stationery, two thousand dollars; far freight charges, one thousand eight hundred dollars; for fuel, one thousand eight hundred dollars; for lights, five hundred dollars; for repairs of building, heat ing apparatus, furniture, and water and gas-pipes, one thousand two hundred doilars; for keep ot horses, ono thousand live hundred dollars; for new furni ture, one thonsand dollars; for paper, twine, and gum for folding-room, three huudr d dollars; for cases for the Department museum, one thousand five hundred dollars; for collecting and modelling speci mens of fruits and vegetables, and collecting and pre paring specimens for the museum and herbarium, two thousand dollars; for cases for the library, five hundred dollars; for entomological works of refer ence, two hundred and fifty dollars; lor botanical works of reference, two hundred and fifty dollars; for works on chemistry, mineralogy, and charts, five hundred dollars; for chemicals, and contingent ex penses, Hovcn hundred dollars; for current agricul tural works for the library, two hundred and fifty dollars; for miscellaneous agricultural periodicals, two hundred and fifty doliars; far incidental and miscellaneous items, for advertising, postage, tele graphing, dry goods, soap, brushes, brooms, mats, oils, paints, glass, lumber, hardware, ice, purchase of old reports, five thousand dollars; in all, twenty one thousand three hundred dollars. JUDICIAL. UNITED STATES COURTS. For tho Chief Justice of the Supreme Court o! the United States, eight thousand live hundred dollars aud for eight associate justices, eight thousand dollari each; in ail, seventy-two thousand live hundred dol lars. For one retired justice of the Supreme Court eight thousand dollars. And that the salary, ciuon uments, and fees of the clerk of tho supreme court of the District of Columbia shall not exceed the sum ol six thousand dollars per annum, and that the excest of fees collected by him above that sum shall be paid into the treasury of the United Slates; and that said clerk shall make semi-annual returns of tho amount of lees received by him t > the Secretary ol the Treasury of the United States. For nine circuit judges, to reside in circuit, fifty four thousand dollars. For salary of the reporter ot tho decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States, two thousand five hundred dollars. For the salary of the marshal of the Supreme Court, three thousand five hundred dollars. for salaries ot i he district judges of the United States, including the salaries of the retired judges oi the eastern district of Texas, southern district ot Ohio, and eastern district of Michigan, one hundred and ninety-three thousand dollars. For salaries of the chief justice of the supreme court of the District of Columbia, and four associate Judges, twenty thousand five hundred dollars. For compensation of the district attorneys of the United States, nineteen thousand three hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation of the district marshals of tho UDited Staves, eleven thousand seven Lund red dol lars. For salary of the warden, of the jail in tho Dis trict of Columbia, two thousaud dollars. COURT OF CLAIMS. For salaries of five judges of the Court of Claims, at four thousand five hundred dollars each; the chiel clerk, three thousand dollars; and assistant clsrk, two thousand dollars; bailift, one thousand fir# hun dred dollars; and messenger thereof; in all, twenty nine thousand eight haudred and forty dollars. For stationery, books, fuel, labor, and other con tingent and miscellaneous expenses, three thousand dollars; for reporting the decisions of tht couit, clerical hire, labor in preparing and superintending the printing of the report* of the Court of Claim* to be paid on the order of the court, oae thousand dollars. To pay judgments of the t:oart of Claims, tom hundred thousand dollars. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. Office of Attorney Genebal.—Forcompensa tion of the Attorney-General, eight thousand do! lars; Solicitor-General, seven thousand live bundrw dollars; three Assistant Attornevs-General, at fivv thousand dollars each; ono Assistant Attorney General of Poet Office Department, four thousanv dollars; solicitor of internal revenue, five thousanc dollars; naval solicitor and judge advocate general three thousand dollars; examiner ef claims, thre< thousand five hundred dollars; law clerk, acting at examiner of titles, three thousand dollar*; chi* clerk, two thousand two liuudred dollars; stenog raphic clerk, two thousand dollars; ono clerk, tw< thousand dollarf, seven clerks of class four; addi tional for disbursing clerk, two hundred dollars; twt clerks of class three, one clerk of class two, two clerks of class ono, one messenger, two assistant messengers, two laborers, and two watchnic.); in all, eigh y thousand six hundred and sixty dollars. Office of the Solicitor of the Treasury.— For compensation of the Solicitor of tho Treasury, threo thousand five hundred dollars:two citor, three thousand dollars; chief clerk, t SSSpHw nmlis item's, fifteen thousand dollnrs; for rent of buThUug, seventeen thousand dollars; for furniture and law books, six thousand dollars. gEC ■> that the Secretary of the Treasure is di rected to withhold all payments to any railroad com pany and It s assigns, on account of freights or trans DorUtion over their respective roads of any kiDd, to the amount of payments made by the United States for interest upon bonds of the United States issued to anv such company, and wlucii shall not have been reimbursed, together with the five per cent, ef net earnings duo an t unnapplied, as provided by law and any suclt company may bring suit in the Court of Claims to recover the price of such freight nnd transportation, and in such suit tho right of such company to recover tho same upon the Taw and the facts of tho caao shall bj determined, and also the rights of tho United States upon the merits of all the points presented by it n, answer thereto by them and enher party to such suit may appeal to'tlie Su preme Court; and both said courts shall give such cause or causes precedence of all other business • t?*0**^ Tiiat from nnd after the first dav of Jtdv eighteen hundred and seveuty-thre *, tho salarv of fihvetW^In^i^rchitcct cf ^Treasury shall be thA a®uars.Pcr annum, anil the salaries of ^mumr of Claims in tho Department of State, a °ri i . or the Troasury, the Commissioner of •rtgrieiuluro, the Commissioner of Customs, tho Au oitors of the Troasury, the Commissioner of the Gen eral Land Office, the Commissioner of Pensions, and tho assistant postmasters-gcneral, the superintend ent of the money-order syhtem, and the superintend ent of foreigu mails of the Post-Office Department shall be four thousaud dollars each per annum; and tho salaries of the two chi f of tho diplomatic and of the consular bureau* in the Department of State, and of the chiefs of the bureaus of accounts and of indexes and of archives, shah be two thousand four hundred dollars each pur annum; and a sufficiont St « >he provision, of this sec H^ \ wClldv V" iB,'a> fear ending June thir appropll“ed.n hundred and 8evcnty-four, is her.by Sec. 4. That the Attorney-General shall cause a suit in equity to be instituted iu the name of?h« United States agaiDst the Union Pacific Railroad Company, and against all persons who may in their own names, or through any agenta, have subscribed for or received capital stock in said road, wldcb stock has not been paid fir in fill in money, or who may have received, as dividends or otherwise, portions of the capital stock of said road, or the proceeds or avails thereof, or other properly of sai l road, unlaw fully and contrary to equity, or who may have re ceived as profits or proceeds of contracts tor con struction or equipment of said road or other con tracts therewith, moneys or other property which ought, inequity, to belong to said railroad corpora tion, or who may, under pretence of having complied with the acts to which Ibis is an addition..have wrongfully ami unlawfully received from the United States, bonds, inonejs, or lands which ought, in equity, to be accounted for and paid to said railroad company or to the United States, and to compel pay ment for said stock, and the collection and payment or such moneys, and the restoration of such property, *♦£ it ,»®ltner to said railroad corporaiion or to mjui i I? States, whichever shall in equity be held entitled thereto. Said suit may be brought In the be nruln°.lufuU| a,!y clreuit> ancl all sai l parties may Icre l an,] cni;,r«i8 Buit- Decrees may be Cli defendent wiitlnnr a8ab)Bt an.v one or more parties of t m ii , awaiting the final determination sai l cause is * otbcr The court where take such orders an.) de crees ana issue such process as it shall deem iicccs t ary to bring in new parlies or the ropresonSuves of parties deceased, or to carry into pfin-t n,o. ve8 or this act. On filing SsSll, wltoSfMbSISff^ bo issued by said court against any particS^fendint which writ shall run into any district, and shall be served, as other like process, by the marshal of such district. The books, records, correspondence, and all other documents of tho UnionT*acinc Railroad Com pany, shall at all times bo open to tho inspection by the Secretary of the Treasury, or such persons as he may delegate for that purpose. Tho laws of the i United States providing for proceedings in bank ruptcy shall not be held to apply to said corporation. No dividend shall hereafter be made by said compa ny but from the actual net earnings thereof; and no new stock shall be issued or mortgages or pledges made on tho property or future earnings of tho com pany wiihont leave of Congress, except for tho pur pose of funding and securing debt now existing, or the renewals thereof. No director or officer of said roa«l shall hereafter be interested, directly or indirect ly. in any contract therewith except for his lawful compensation as such officer. Any director or officer whos: all pay or declare, or aid in paying or declar ing, any dividend, or creating any mortgage or pledge inhibited by this act, shall be punished by imprison ment not exceeding two years, and by line not ex ceeding live thousand dollars. The proper circuit court of the United States shall havo Jurisdiction to hear and determine all casts of mandamus to com pel said Union Pacific Railroad Company to operate its road as required by law. J. G. BLAINE, Speaker of the House of Representatives. SCHUYLER COLFAX, Vice-President of the United States and President it the Senate. Approved, March 3, 1873. U. S. G RANT. MUSICAL TREASURE, Vocal and Instrumental. . WREATH OF OEMS, >a Vocal. ^ ^ ft, 3* V ■*» g 5215-S . SILVER CHORD. M S gl-SlS V0CaI’ 2 11-lsS GEMS OF SACKED SONG. '3 GEMS OF SCOTTISH SONG, J Vocal. 2 4 '='* GEMS OF GERMAN SONG, a Jifiii *~ IjlSJB <™.f g SHOWER OF PEARLS, ® SS Vocal. S gg-i* ORGAN AT HOME, ■5 n*8 4 •- For Ileed Organ), _ Instrumental. - GEMS OF STRAUSS, © » ^ 5 B-» { Instrumental. W fetga^'S HOME CIRCLE, VOL. I, Ss - g.g Instrumental. -t> Sg’SSoO HOME CIRCLE, VOL. II. Instrumental. Swrlfeo* PIANISTS ALBUM, a s- Instrumental. © PIANO FORTE GEMS, at S e .2> Instrumental. S k 3 Sent, Post-Paid, for RetaU Price. OITSOSI At to., Bmios. «•«. niTisoji & eo . •SSa.21 lit Broadway, N. Y. 1 aPr23 d&wqw A. CARD. \rv attention having been called to a ‘-uotiev’ ITi bearing date March l!8th anil appearing in :h Portland Piers of April 4th, I deem it justice to my self to state that I had prior to that date retired fron the business oi my father, Simon Cole, having form ed other business connections. LEWrS H. COLE. Portland, Arril 5,1873. €opai1nersliip Notice. Notico ia hereby given that 1 he undersigned have this day formed a copartnership under the firm name of Mowe, Cole Sc Benson, for the pun**?© of conduct ing a wholesale Lumber Business, at No. 140 Watci Street, New York, with branch office and Lumbei wharf ill Dcakes wharf, No. 332 Commercial Street Portland, Me. W. It. MOWE, LEWIS H. COLE. EDWIN A. BENSON. March 27th, 1S73. TO MY FRIENDS AND FORMER PATRONS:— I beg to ca'.l your attention to the above announce ment and take pleasure in assuring you that my c«»n liectkns in the Lumber trado are satisfactory/ Oui business at Portland will be in charge of my brothei Mr. Albert Cole, assisted bv Messrs. David Birnii and L. L. iliurston, who wiil act under my instruct ions. I can asstise you that the firm of Mowe, Col< & Benson, will use their best endeavors to give satis faction to all who may favor them with their patron age. aprSdlm LEWIS U. COLE. TO IFVESTOKS. The A'oiilirni Pacific itaiicoad 7-3© Fit st Mortgage GoM Bonds. which we recommend as a profitable and well-sccurce investment, bear 7 3-10 per cent, gold interest (abom 8J currency), and have the following elements of «c curity, viz: 1. They arc the obligation of a strong corporation 2. They are a First Mortgage on the Road, it: Equipments, Rights and Franchises. 3. They are a first lien on its Net Earnings. 4. There is pledged, in addition, for the paymen of principal and interest,a Land Grant of 12,800 acre per mile through the States, and 25 600 acres per mil through the Territories traversed. The Company i already entitled to nearly 'J en Million acres of it Grant, and its Land salc3 thus far have over ago $5.66 per acre. With nearly 500 miles of the road constructe and in operatiou, the earnings for 1873 will be large All marketable stocks and bonds are received i exchange for tlm Northern Pacifies on most taverabl terms. JAY COOSiE & CO., iVcvr York, Philadelphia nail Washiiitfloi FOR SALE IN PORTLAND BY W JI. E. WOOD, MW'AY & BAKRETT. aud If. JR. PA1SO.V aprl2 codGw&wOwlG To Innholders aud Yietualers in the City of Portland. NOTICE is hereby given that the LICENSING BOARD OF THE CITY OF PORTLAND, wil meet at the Aldermen's Room, on MONDAY the tiftl day of May, at 7$ o’clock, for the purpose of grant inj licenses to Inholders and Yktualers, who may thei and there apply therefor. Given under our hands this twenty-second dnv o April, A. D. 1873. GEO. P. WESCOTT, J. S. YORK, . WILLIAM GOOLD, Z. A. SMITH, EDWARD H. DAVE1S, MIC AH SAMPSON, FRED'K W. CLARK, H. W. HERSEY, Taeasurer. II. I. ROBINSON, City Clerk. Licensing Board of the City cf Portland." Advertiser and Argus copy. apr23dtd In Bankruptcy. Tins is to give notice, that on the2lth day of Apri A. D. 1873, a Warrant in Bankruptcy was is sued against the Estate of Aaron M. Mellon, of Fa Kiver, in the County of Bristol, and Stale of Mast aihusetta, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt on hi own Petition: that the payment of any Debts, and tit delivery of aDy Property, brlongingto such P.auk rupt, tohiui or for his use, and the transfer of an Property by him, are forbidden bv law; that a mee' ing of tac Creditors of tho said llankupt, to prov their Debts, and to choose one or more Assignees t his Estate, will he held at a Court of Bankurptey, t be holden at New Bedford, Mass., before H. 3 Kuowlton, Esq., Register, ou the loth day of Ma A. D. 1873, a'. 11 o’clock, A. M. ROLAND G. USHER, TT. S. Marshal, Mass. District, apr26d"t as Messenger. City of Portland. Ix Board of Health, I April 21st, 18*3.) ORDERED, that until otherwise directed wede hereby designate tho dump at tbe foot of Hano ver street rCltv Stable lot), and tbe damn at the fool of FrankUn and Smith streets J ^ j!’.' r,l‘sCc!„rd“1S«s“" h"fr,dshre.Is,fmDaeSum?Woys"er ^'lobster slielis. or any nlhcr matter ot any kind mrce^ dead animals) which mav be removed from anvidiouse, cellar, yard, or other place within the fit) " Approved April 21st, 1873. I hereby give notice that the “City Ordinances’ relatin-i to the deposit of rubbl-dt in any Street, Lane Alley. Court.Square, Public Place or unoccupied lot* within the city limits, except tbe lots designated it tho foregoing order, will be strictly enforced GEO. W. PARKER, City Marshal. Arms and Advertiser copy. sp23ed."n City ol Portland. ____ . City Clerks Office, April 1!), 1873. I PON the petition of Edward 11. Gillespie, for per mission ro erect a wooden build ng, to bo usee as a Bowling Alley, on the lot owned by the Collin heirs, on Federal street,—Tv tlce is hereby givo.i tha on MONDAY, tho tilth day of May next, at sevet and a half P. M., at the Aldermen’s Room, in th City Building, a hearing will be had of all parties in tcrested in said petition. Per order ,, i- Robinson, city cierk. ___dtd City ot Portlaud. City Clerk’s Office, April 19, 1873. IT PON the petition of L. .1. Hill & Co., for permts sion to erect and maintain a slationary steun engino in wooden building corner of Cross anti Fori Streets,—Notico is hereby given that on MONDAY tho 5th day of May next, at 7J o'clock 1*. M., at tb« Aldermen s room in tho e ity Building, a hearinj will l*o liad of all parties interested in said petition Per order, II. I. ROBINSON, City Clerk. apr2l dtd City of Portland. City Clerk’s Office, April 19,1873. IT PON the petition of Cornelius Connolly, for per ) mission >o erect a wooden building on Ccutrc St root, to l*e used as a dwelling house, notice is here by given that on Monday, tho 5th of Mav next at 7' 1-2 o’clock, P. M. at tho Aldermen’s Room in the City Building, a hearing will be had of all parties in terested in said petition. Per order II. I. ROBINSON, City Cierk. apr21 dtd medical. rot. u. j. ioibdain, PROPRIETOR OK THE Parisian Gallery of Anatomy, Boston HAS juat published a new edition or his Inline containing most valuable information tm the causes,consequences and treatment of diamma t i ihe reproductive system, with rtmarka on marriage and the vane its caasee of the los* of manhood, with’ lull instructions for its complete restoration; also a chap tor on venereal infection, and the means of curt, be lug the most comprehensive work on the subject eve: yet pa.dished, comprising 150 pages. Moiled free to any address for cents. 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This is the secret of the ivun derfill success of this remedy In | curing Dyspepsia, Liver Com ! plaint, Dropsy, Clironic Diar i l-lioea, Boils, Nervous Affections, i Chills and Fevers, Humors, Loss of Constitutional Vigor, i r>iseasc3 of tiro Kidneys ami Bladder, Feiualo Complaints, and all diseases originating in a bad state of the blood, or ac | companied by debility or a low • state of the system. Being free j from Alcohol, in any form, its j energizing effects arc not fol | lowed by corresponding rcac | lion, but are permanent, infu sing strength, vigor, and new life into all parts of the system, and building up an Iron Con stitution. Thousands have been changed by the use of this remedy, from - •calc, sickly, suffering crea tures, to strong, healthy, and rappy men and ivoment and, invalids cannot reasonably kes* -Unto to give U a trials See that each bottle has PERU' MAN SYRUP blown in the glassti Pamphlets Free. SETH VV. FOWIE & SONS, Proprietors, A’e. 1 Milton Place, Costou. Cf LI) BY I>RLGC:8TK GENERALLY. not5 inoAAwly LADISS, Madam Healy’s Uterine Tonic Pill are now ready f r the gen oral public. The many who have tried them will need no other notice. They are an invaluable remedy f>r All Uterine Diseases. They euro PROLAPSUS UTERI, give tono to the muscles, and lift the organ into its proper position, and keep it there. They speedily euro Leucorhoea, Dysraouorrhcea and Menorrhagia. They are a spe cific for Stangurv, a diuretic in Gravel. They pro mote sleep, allay nervous excitabilitv. Remove ster ility, axul all femalo weaknesses. They are purely vegetable, pleasant to the taste, tree from opiates anu all injurious properties. Madam Healv’s Pamphlet for Women is interesting and valuable. Sent free upon receipt of stamp for return postage, or can be found at Weeks & Potter's, 176 Trcinont St., BOSTON. MADAM HEALY’S LOTION, for ulceration and inflammation accompanies each box of Pill?. Price of Pills and Lotion, $1.23 per box, or $0.00 a half dozen. Address all business let tors to Madam llcaly, Box &7,Station A, Boston. For sale by WEEKS & POTTER, Boston, and all Druggists. ap-hlly A. J. WILKINSON & CO. 11 Brnillt* Street, KphIom. Manufacturer* Agents for KEYSTONE, PORTABLE FORGES AND BLOW ERS. HOBSON’S CHOICE STEEL & WIRE. THOMAST.ON BRASS COMPANY, i WE ISLINGTON MILLS. EMERY AND CLOTH. HORTON A: CUSHMAN’S CHUCKS. MORSE DRILL COMPANY’S DRILLS AM) CHUCKS. Also in stock a complete line of HARD WAKE, Fins Tools. Machinists and Black-smiths Suppibs. Car vers. Cabinetmakers, Piano-forte makers, Moulders, Machinists, Blacksmiths and Carpenters’ Tools. Stubs Files Tools and Steel Wire, English, French and Swiss Files, Anvils, Vices, Lathes. Mitre Boxes &c. apr24eod4w Star Music Books. ***** DITSON A C’O. offer the following rcsain6 of prominent books reeently advertised. * * * * * Standard, . . . Price, $1.50 Kmfbsok & Palmer’s Famous New Church Music Boole. Sells finely. ***** Cheerful Voices, . . 50 cents L. O. Emerson’s brilliaut new School Song Bock. All the Schools will use it. * * * • • Sparkling Rubies, 35 cents. One of the brightest of bright Sunday School Song Books. ***** 1 Clarke’s,.*2.50 The most widely known and used of all Reed Organ Methods. ***** • Strauss, . . . $2.50 $3.00, $4.00 The Gems of Stbauss has had an unprecedcnt - o ed sale. Get one for Summer Playing, f * • * • * Either book sent, post-paid, ou receipt of retail price. ’ OLIVER DITSON & CO., Boston. C. II. DITSON A CO., 711 Broadway, New York. apr26 d&w2w Dissolution or Copartnership. hereby given that the copartnership heretofore existing under the firm name of Sam - uel Round. * Sons, Is this dnv dissolved by mutual consent. ' SAMUEL ROUNDS, GEO. H. ROUNDS. CHAS. F. ROUNDS. Copartnership Sofiec. THE undersigned have this day formed a copart - net-ship under the firm name of Rounds, Snr gent & Co., and will continue the buginew of dealer* in Coal & Wood, at the old stand t f Samuel Round*. & Son*, No. 36 Commercial Street. They will settle ail demands ot the late firm of Samuel Rounds & Sons. SAMUEL ROUNDS, GEO. H. ROUNDS, EDWARD It. SARGENT. J1*1’' __ dtf ELIAS liOfth Sowing .Machines | ANDRI7TTER)CM« ! Patterns i7 Garments PTfWM It *4 WILDER janl 73t! 173 Middle St.. UpStsirs. For Sale luPortland by HALL L. DAVIS, LOR ION SHORT & HARMON. II. K. 11UNT A CO. aug29 _ ___ _ _oodly Police. (1HAS. W. PIERCE of Portland, retires from our J firm, and his Interest ami responsibility ceases from this date. .... . NORTON MILLS CO., Lumber Manufactures, Norton Mills and Island Pond Vi Island Poud, Sept. 5,1872. e^j TAT If Q SOUTHWARK CO’S English WriUue JLN JVO ^ “d “"cr fades. Soft 1 55HeckmansA V ’ S.-Schmck^TaoCo

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