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For compensation of the person in charge of the heating apparatus of the
Library of Congress, and Supreme Court room, one thousand dollars.
For electrician for the Capitol, one thousand two hundred dollars.

DEPARTMENT OF STATE.
For compensation of the Secretary of State, Second Assistant Secretary of
State, and Examiner of Claims: Provided, Th the office of Examiner of Claims
shall be abolished on the thirtieth day of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-
nine; and Assistant Secretary of State, for chief clerk, eight clerks of class
four, additional to one clerk of class four as disbursing clerk, nine clerks of class
three, three clerks of class two, three clerks of class one, one messenger, one
assistant messenger, and seven laborers, sixty-three thousand eight hundred and
eighty dollars : Provided, That the third section of the act of August eighteenth,
eighteen hundred and fifty-six, entitled “ An act to amend an act entitled . An
act requiring foreign regulations of commerce to be laid annually before Con-
gress,' approved August sixteen, eighteen hundred and forty-two, and for other
purposes,” be, and the same is hereby, repealed.

FOR THE INCIDENTAL AND CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF

STATE.

For publishing the laws in pamphlet form and in newspapers of the States and Territories, and in the city of Washington, forty thousand dollars.

For proof-reading, and packing the laws and documents for the various legations and consulates, including boxes and transportation of the same, three thousand dollars.

For stationery, blank books, furniture, fixtures, and repairs, two thousand five hundred dollars.

For miscellaneous items, two thousand five hundred dollars.
For copper-plate printing, books, and maps, five thousand dollars.
For extra clerk hire and copying, five thousand dollars.

FOR THE GENERAL PURPOSES OF THE BUILDING OCCUPIED BY THE STATE

DEPARTMENT.

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For compensation of four watchmen and two laborers of the building, four thousand three hundred and twenty dollars.

For contingent expenses of said building, viz: for rent, fuel, lights, repairs, and miscellaneous expenses, twenty-five thousand dollars.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT. For compensation of the Secretary of the Treasury, two Assistant Secretaries of the Treasury, chief clerk, eleven clerks of class four, additional to one clerk of class four as disbursing clerk, twelve clerks of class three, fourteen clerks of class two, two clerks of class two, (transferred from the Third Auditor's office,) fifteen clerks of class one, (two of whom were transferred from the Third Auditor's office,) one messenger, one assistant messenger, and three laborers, one hundred and one thousand eight hundred dollars.

In the construction branch of the treasury: For supervising architect, three thousand dollars ; assistant supervising

architect, two thousand dollars ; for two clerks of class four, three thousand six hundred dollars; for four clerks of class three, six thousand four hundred dollars ; for two clerks of class one, two thousand four hundred dollars; and one messenger, seven hundred and twenty dollars ; in all, eighteen thousand one hundred and twenty dollars; and the clause in act of March fourteen, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, providing for the officers, clerks, and messengers in the construction branch of the Treasnry Department, is hereby continued in force until July one, eighteen hundred and sixtynine, and no longer.

For First Comptroller of the Treasury, chief clerk, six clerks of class four, eight clerks of class three, seven clerks of class two, (three of them transferred from Third Auditor's office,) two clerks of class one, one messenger, and two laborers, in all, forty-three thousand seven hundred ard forty dollars.

For Second Comptroller of the Treasury, chief clerk, twelve clerks of class four, twenty clerks of class three, twenty-eight clerks of class two, (one of them transferred from the Third Auditor's office,) twenty-one clerks of class one, twelve copyists, one messenger, one assistant messenger, and two laborers, in ail one hundred and thirty-seven thousand dollars.

For Commissioner of Customs, chief clerk, two clerks of class four, six clerks of class three, nine clerks of class two, sever clerks of class one, one messenger, and one laborer, in all, forty thousand nine hundred and twenty dollars.

For First Auditor of the Treasury, chief clerk, three clerks of class four, eight clerks of class three, six clerks of class two, five clerks of class one; also, two clerks of class three, four clerks of class two, and eight clerks of class one, (transferred from the offices of the Third Auditor and the Solicitor,) one messenger and one assistant messenger, and one laborer, in all fifty-seven thousand five hundred and sixty dollars.

For compensation of the Second Auditor, chief clerk, six clerks of class four, fifty-four clerks of class three, one hundred and eight clerks of class two, two hundred and twelve clerks of class one ; also, one clerk of class two and one clerk of class one, (transferred from the Third Auditor's office,) one messenger, five assistant messengers, and seven laborers, in all, five hundred and twenty thousand six hundred and forty dollars.

For compensation of the Third Auditor, chief clerk, thirteen clerks of class four, for additional to one clerk of class four as disbursing clerk, thirty-two clerks of class three, ninety-seven clerks of class two, one hundred and twenty clerks of class one, ten copyists, three messengers, two assistant messengers, and seven laborers, employed in his office, in all, three hundred and seventy-seven thousand eight hundred and eighty dollars.

For compensation of the Fourth Auditor, chief clerk, five elerks of class four, eighteen clerks of class three, sixteen clerks of class two, thirty-six clerks of class one, one messenger, one assistant messenger, and one laborer, employed in his office, in all, one hundred and ten thousand nine hundred and sixty dollars.

For compensation of the Fifth Auditor, chief clerk, two clerks of class four, four clerks of class three, seven clerks of class two, fifteen clerks of class one, six copyists, one messenger, and one laborer, employed in his office, in all, forty-nine thousand nine hundred and twenty dollars.

For compensation of the Auditor of the Treasury, for the Post Office Department, chief clerk, nine clerks of class four, (additional to one clerk of class four as disbursing clerk.) forty clerks of class three, sixty-four clerks of class two, thirty-seven clerks of class one, one messenger, one assistant messenger, and eleven laborers, employed in his office, in all, two hundred and twenty-nine thousand one hundred and sixty dollars.

For compensation of the Treasurer of the United States, assistant treasurer, cashier, assistant cashier, five chiefs of division, two principal bookkeepers, two tellers, bne chief clerk, two assistant tellers, fifteen clerks of class four, fifteen clerks of class three, eleven clerks of class two, nine clerks of class one, sixty female clerks, fifteen messengers, five male and seven female laborers, employed in his office, in all, one hundred and ninety-one thousand four hundred and sixteen dollars.

For compensation of the Register of the Treasury, assistant register, chief clerk, five clerks of class four, thirteen clerks of class three, twenty-five clerks of class two, (one of which transferred from Third Auditor's office,) eleven clerks of class one, one messenger, two assistant messengers, and two laborers,

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employed in his office, in all, eighty-nine thousand one hundred and twenty dollars.

For compensation of the Solicitor of the Treasury, assistant solicitor, chief clerk, one clerk of class four, three clerks of class three, three clerks of class two, (one of which transferred from the Third Auditor's office,) one clerk of class one, one messenger, and one laborer, employed in his office, in all, twentytwo thousand one bundred dollars.

For compensation of the chief clerk of the Light-house Board, two clerks of class three, one clerk of class two, one clerk of class one, one messenger, and one laborer employed in bis office, in all, nine thousand five hundred and twenty dollars.

For Comptroller of the Currency, deputy comptroller, clerks, messengers, and laborers employed in his office, in all eighty thousand dollars.

For paper, special dies, printing circulating notes, express charges, and all expenses necessarily incurred in procuring the same, in above office, one hundred thousand dollars.

For Commissioner of Internal Revenue, three deputy commissioners, one solicitor, seven heads of divisions, thirty-four clerks of class four, forty-five clerks of class three, fifty clerks of class two, thirty-seven clerks of class one, fifty-five female clerks, five messengers, three assistant messengers, and fifteen laborers, employed in his office, in all, ihree liundred and forty-nine thousand four hundred and fifty dollars : Provided, That until a solicitor is appointed in accordance with law, no part of the moneys hereby appropriated shall be applied in payment of services properly pertaining to such office.

For rent, dies, paper, for stamps and incidental expenses, including the cost of subscriptions for such number of copies of the Internal Revenue Record and Customs Journal as the Secretary of the Treasury may deem necessary to supply to revenue officers, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

For salaries and expenses of collectors, assessors, assistant assessors, revenue agents, inspectors, and superintendents of exports and drawbacks, together with the expense of carrying into effect the various provisions of the several acts providing internal revenue, excepting items otherwise estimated for, six million dollars.

For detecting and bringing to trial and punishment persons guilty of violating the internal revenue laws, or conniving at the same, in cases where such expenses are not otherwise provided for by law, one hundred thousand dollars.

FOR INCIDENTAL AND CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

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In the office of the Secretary of the Treasury and the several bureaus, including copying, labor, binding, sealing ships' registers, translating foreign languages, advertising, and extra clerk hire for preparing and collecting information to be laid before Congress, and for miscellaneous items, fifty thousand dollars. And it shall be the duty of the Secretary to lay before the House of Representatives, annually, with his report of receipts and expenditures, a statement in detail of the disbursements made from the sum hereby appropriated. But the Special Commissioner of the Revenue shall, after the first of January, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, act as superintendent of the division in the office of said Secretary created by the thirteenth section of the act approved July twenty-eight, tighteen hundred and sixty-six, entitled “ An act to protect the revenue, and for other purposes," and called the Bureau of Statistics; and the Secretary of the Treasury may appoint one division clerk, at the same salary as the head of division, in the office of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, who shall act às deputy to said Special Commissioner of the Revenue in respect to the said bureau, and exercise in his absence all powers belonging to him as such super

intendent, except the franking privilege; and the office of Director of the Bureau of Statistics is hereby abolished after the first of January, eighteen hundred and sixty nine.

For stationery for the Treasury Department and the several bureaus, seventyfive thousand dollars.

For temporary clerks in the Treasury Department, one hundred thousand dollars : Provided, That the Secretary of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized, in his discretion, to classify the clerks according to the character of their services.

For furniture, carpets, and miscellaneous items for the Treasury bureaus, thirty-five thousand dollars.

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GENERAL PURPOSES OF THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT BUILDING,

INCLUDING THE EXTENSION.

For compensation of twelve watchmen and eleven laborers of the building, sixteen thousand five hundred and sixty dollars.

For contingent expenses of said building, viz: for fuel, light, labor, and miscellaneous items, seventy-five thousand doilars.

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.

For compensation of the Secretary of the Interior, Assistant Secretary, chief clerk, four clerks of class four, additional to three disbursing clerks, three clerks of class three, four clerks of class two, one return clerk, one messenger, two assistant messengers, five watchmen, and three laborers in bis office, in all, fortyone thousand five hundred and forty dollars.

GENERAL LAND OFFICE.

For Commissioner of the General Land Office, recorder, chief clerk, three principal clerks of public lands, private land claims and surveys, three clerks of class four, twenty-three clerks of class three, forty clerks of class two, forty clerks of class one, draughtsman, assistant draughtsman, two messengers, three assistant messengers, two packers, seven laborers, and eight watchmen employed in his office, in all, one hundred and seventy-eight thousand two hundred dollars.

For compensation of additional clerks in the General Land Office under the act of March three, eighteen hundred and fifty-five: For one principal clerk as director, one clerk of class three, four clerks of class two, forty clerks of class one, and two laborers, fifty-eight thousand six hundred and forty dollars.

INDIAN OFFICE.

For compensation of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, chief clerk, three clerks of class four, seven clerks of class three, five clerks of class two, one messenger, one assistant messenger, one laborer and two watchmen, employed in his office, in all, thirty-two thousand six hundred dollars.

PENSION OFFICE.

For compensation of Commissioner of Pensions, chief clerk, twelve clerks of class four, thirty clerks of class three, fifty-two clerks of class two, fifty clerks of class one, one messenger and three assistant messengers, five laborers and one watchman, employed in his office, two hundred and fifteen thousand two hundred and forty dollars. And the eight clerks of class four, ten clerks of class three, twelve clerks of class two, and twenty-five clerks of class one, authorized by clause in the act of February twenty-five, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, may be continued until the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, and no longer.

For compensation of additional clerks in the Pension Office, viz : For ten clerks of class four, cighteen clerks of class three, twenty-four clerks of class two, and twenty-eight clerks of class one, one hundred and fourteen thousand dollars.

For temporary clerks in the Pension Office, twenty thousand dollars.

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INCIDENTAL AND CONTINGENT EXPENSES-DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.

Office of the Secretary of the Interior: For stationery, furniture, and other contingencies, and for books and maps for the library, ten thousand dollars.

For casual repairs of the Patent Office building, ten thousand dollars.

For expenses of packing and distributing congressional journals and documents, in pursuance of the provisions contained in the joint resolution of Congress approved twenty-eighth January, eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, and act fifth February, eighteen hundred and fifty-nine, six thousand dollars.

For fuel and lights for the Patent Office building, including the salaries of engineer and assistant engineer of the furnaces and repairs of the heating apparatus, eighteen thousand dollars.

Office of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs : For blank books, binding, stationery and miscellaneous items, including two of the daily city newspapers, to be filed, bound, and preserved for the use of the office, five thousand dollars.

Office of the Commissioner of Pensions : For stationery, engraving, and retouching plates for bounty-land warrants, printing and binding the same, office furniture, and repairing the same, and miscellaneous items, including two daily newspapers, to be filed, bound, and preserved for the use of the office, and for detection and investigation of fraud, forty thousand dollars.

Office of the Commissioner of the General Land Office: For cash system, maps, diagrams, stationery, furniture and repairs of the same, miscellaneous items, including two of the city newspapers, to be filed, bound, and preserved for the use of the office, for advertising and telegraphing, for miscellaneous items on account of bounty lands and military patents under the several acts, and for contingent expenses under swamp-land act of September twentyeight, eighteen hundred and fifty, ten thousand dollars.

SURVEYORS GENERAL AND THEIR CLERKS.

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For compensation of the surveyor general of Minnesota, two thousand dollars, and the clerks in his office, two thousand five hundred dollars.

For surveyor general of the Territory of Dakota, two thousand dollars, and the clerks in his office, two thousand five hundred dollars---four thousand five hundred dollars.

For surveyor general of Kansas, two thousand dollars, and the clerks in his office, four thousand dollars.

For surveyor general of Colorado and Utah, three thousand dollars, and for the clerks in his office, four thousand dollars.

For surveyor general of New Mexico, three thousand dollars.

For surveyor general of California and Arizona, three thousand dollars, and for clerks in his office, four thousand five hundred dollars.

For surveyor general of Idaho, three thousand dollars, and for clerks in his office, four thousand dollars.

For surveyor general of Nevada, two thousand five hundred dollars, and the clerks in his office, four thousand dollars.

For the surveyor general of Oregon, two thousand five hundred dollars, and for the clerks in his office, four thousand dollars.

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