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Appropriations, fc.-Continued.

Object of appropriation.

Amount.

Brought forward.......

........... $13, 220, 192 00 In the Office of the Adjutant-General : One chief clerk, at $2,000 ; nine clerks of class four;

fifteen clerk, of class three ; twenty-five clerks of class two; one hundred clerks of class one; three temporary clerks of class four; six temporary clerks of class three; twenty temporary clerks of class two; sixty temporary clerks of class one; ten messengers, at $840 each : in all, $320,600; and the waid temporary clerks are for one year only, and no longer.. 320, 600 00

Provided, That the Adjutant-General be, and he is hereby, authorized, with the approval of the Secretary of War, to continue the services of not exceeding sixty-seven enlisted clerks, to be employed in copying the worn-out muster-rolls and records, and in examining war-claims, until the said work shall be finished ; and of not exceeding sixty enlisted men, to be employed as messengers and watchmen until the records of the Adjutant-General's office can be collected in one safe building : Provided. That the number of enlisted men hereby authorized shall be reduced as soon as their services can be dispensed with without

injury to the public service. For contingent expenses

8,000 00 In the Office of the Inspector-General : One clerk of class four; one messenger, at $840; in all. 2, 640 00 In the Office of Military Justice : One chief clerk, at $2.000; one clerk of class four; one

clerk of class three; two clerks of class two; four clerks of class one; one messenger, at 8840: in all.............................................................................

13, 840 00 For contingent expenses ......

500 00 In the Signal-Office : Two clerks of class four; one messenger, at $840; in all...

4, 440 00 In the office of the Quartermaster-General : One chief clerk, at $2,000; eight clerks of class

four; ten clerks of class three; twenty-four clerks of class two; forty clerks of class one; eighteep copyists, at $900 each; one feinale messenger, at $30 per month; one messenger, at $840; eight laborers, at $720 each; one engineer, at $1,200, one fireman, at $720; one draughtsman, at $1,800; two assistant messengers, at $720 each per annum; and five watchmen, at $720 each; six temporary clerks of class two; ten temporary clerks of class one; ten temporary copyists, at $900 each ; in all.....

175, 320 00 For contingent expenses ..........

7, 000 00 In the Office of the Commissary-General : One chief clerk, at $2,000; two clerks of class foar;

four clerks of class three ; five clerks of class two; twelve clerks of class one ; one messen. ger, at $840; three laborers, at $720 each; two watchmen, at $720 each ; in all .......

37, 840 00 For contingent expenses, namely: Office-rent, repairs, and miscellaneous items......

8,000 00 In the Office of the Surgeon-General : One chief clerk, at $2,000 ; eight clerks of class four;

six clerks of class three; bine clerks of class two; one hundred and twenty clerks of class one, (twentyeight of whom shall be temporary :) one anatomist at the Army Medical Museum, at $1,600; one engineer in division of records and museum, at $1,400; one mes. senger, at $840; twenty-two watchmen and laborers, (six of whom are temporary,) at $720 each ; in all .......

202, 280 00 For contingent expenses, blank books, stationery, binding, rent, fuel, and including rent of the Surgeon-General's Office and the Army Medical Museum....

7,000 00 In the Office of the Chief of Ordnance : One chief clerk, at $2,000; three clerks of class four;

three clerks of class three; three clerks of class two; eight clerks of class one ; one inessen. ger, at $840; one laborer, at $720; in all, $27,560: Provided, That the Secretary of War

is authorized to employ in said Bureau not exceeding eight enlisted men for one year....... 27, 560 00 For contingent expenses, namely: Stationery, envelopes, wrapping-paper, for sending blanks

to the arsenals, forts, pernianent batteries, and troops in the field, telegrams, express charges, and incidentals of a similar nature, furniture, matting, carpets, oil.cloth, professional books for Ordnance Department library, pamphlets, and newspapers....

2,000 00 In the Office of the Paymaster-General : One chief clerk, at $2,000 ; seven clerks of class four;

eight clerks of class three ; fifteen clerks of class two; thirteen clerks of class one; one messenger, at $840; four watchmen, at $720 each ; five laborers, at $720 each ; two temporary clerks of class two; three temporary clerks of class one; in all....

77, 720 00 For contingent expenses ....

4,000 00 In the Office of the Chief of Engineers : One chief clerk, at $2,000 ; five clerks of class four;

four clerks of class three ; four clerks of class two; four clerks of class one; one messen: ger, at $840; three laborerk, at $720 each ; in all.....

30, 800 00 For contingent expenses, namely: For stationery, office furniture, miscellaneous and inci.

dental expenses, including professional booky, maps, and two daily Washington newspapers. 3,000 00

WAR DEPARTMENT BUILDINGS.

For compensation of superintendent of the building occupied by the War Department ($250)

and for one engineer, $1,400; four watchmen and two laborers; in all......
For labor, fuel, lights, and miscellaneous items for the said building...
For su perintendent of the building at the corner of Fifteenth and G streets, occupied as the

Quartermaster-General's Office...
For superintendent of the building occupied by the Paymaster-General ($250) and for five

watchmen and two laborers ; in all....
For rent of building and fuel and contingencies...
For superintendent of the building at the corner of Seventeenth and F streets ($250) and for

four watchmen and two laborers ; in all......
For fuel for warming the entire building, including the Ordnance Office, and for operating

the ventilating fan in summer, repairy of steam warming and ventilating apparatus, pay of

engineer and fireman, and for general repairs and other incidental expenses................ For superintendent of building on Tenth street, occupied as the Surgeon-General's Office....

5,970 00 8,000 00

250 00 5, 290 00 12, 500 00 4,570 00

8, 000 00

250 00

NAVY DEPARTMENT.

For compensation of the Secretary of the Navy, $8,000; for compensation of the chief clerk
Carried forward ....

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- $14, 197, 562 00 of the Navy Department, at $2,200, and, additional to chief clerk, $300, to continue while there is no assistant secretary, and no longer; one disbursing clerk, at $2,000; four clerky of class four; four clerks of class three ; two clerks of class two; three clerks of class one ; two messengers; and two laborers; in all......

35, 620 00 For official postage-stamps for the Secretary's office and the Bureaus of the Navy Depart. ment..........

20,000 00 For stationery, furniture, newspapers, and miscellaneous items...

5,000 00 Bureau of Yards and Docks: For chief clerk, $1.800; draughtsman, $1,800; one clerk of class

four; two clerks of class three; one clerk of class two; one clerk of class one; one messenger; and one laborer ; in all .....

12, 760 00 For stationery, books, plans, drawings, labor, and miscellaneous items..

1, 800 00 Bureau of Equipment and Recruiting: For chief clerk, $1,800 ; one clerk of class four; one

clerk of class three; two clerks of class two; two clerks of class one: one messenger; and one laborer; in all.........

11, 960 00 For stationery, books, and miscellaneous items....

850 00 Bureau of Navigation: For chief clerk, $1,800; one clerk of class three ; one clerk of class two; one messenger: and one laborer; in all........

6,360 00 For stationery, books, and miscellaneous items..

800 00 Bureau of Ordnance : For chief clerk, $1,800; draughtsman, $1.800; one clerk of class three; two clerks of class two; one messenger; and one laborer; in all......

9,560 00 For stationery, books, and miscellaneous items......

800 00 Bureau of Construction and Repair: For chief clerk, $1,800 ; draughtsman, $1,800; one clerk

of class four; two clerks of class three; two clerks of class two; one messenger; and one laborer; in all.....

12, 960 00 For stationery and miscellaneous items ...

800 00 Bureau of Steam-Engineering : For chief clerk, $1,800; draughtsman, $1,800; one clerk of

class two; one assistant draughtsman, $1,200; one messenger; and one laborer; in all..... 7,760 00 For stationery and miscellaneous items ....

1,000 00 Bureau of Provisions and Clothing: For chief clerk, $1,800; one clerk of class four; two clerky of class three ; two clerks of class two; three clerks of class one; one messenger; and one laborer: in all.....

14, 760 00 For stationery and miscellaneous items ...

800 00 Bureau of Medicine and Surgery: For one clerk of class four; one clerk of class three ; one messenger; and one laborer; in all......

4,960 00 For stationery and miscellaneous items ...

400 00 For superintendent ($250) and for five watchmen and two laborers for the building occupied by the Navy Department; in all.....

5.990 00 For incidentai labor, fuel, lights, and miscellaneous items for said building...

7,000 00

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.

69, 780 00

1, 500 00

21,360 00

16, 50000

7, 500 00

For compensation of the Secretary of the Interior, $3,000; assistant secretary, $3.500; chief

clerk, $2,500 ; ten clerks of class four, eight of whom may be paid $200 additional if the Secretary of the Interior deem it necessary and proper ; six clerks of class three ; six clerks of class two; six clerks of class one, one of whom shall be the telegraph-operator of the Department; three copyists; three messengers; two assistant messengers; and six laborers in his office; in all............

1................ ..................... For gecretary to sign patents for public lands....... For one captain of the watch, $1,200 ; 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 the Secretary of the Interior may direct ...... For stationery, furniture, advertising, telegraphing, cases for official records, ice, and miscel.

laneous items, including new booky and books to complete broken sets, and cases and maps

for library .....
For expenses of packing and distributing official documents, including salary of superin.

tendent..
For rent and fitting up of additional rooms for the use of the Pension-Office and for the

Bureau of Education ......
For casual repairs of the Department building........
For fuel, light, and salary of the engineer, assistant engineer, firemen, and repairs of the heat.

ing-apparatus ..............
For completing F street portico, and grading, paving, and fencing, to conform to the change

of grade of Seventh and F street fronts of the Interior Department building..... For official postage-stamps for the Department of the Interior, as follows: For the office of

the Secretary, $18,000; for the General Land Office, $41,000 ; for the Bureau of Education, $10.000; for the Bureau of Indian Affairs, $10.000; for the Patent-Office, $20,000; for the Pension Office, $25,000 ; and for the National Musuem in the Smithsonian Institution,

$1.000; in all... General Land-Office : For the Commissioner of the General Land Office, $4,000; chief clerk,

$1,000; recorder, $2,000; one clerk, $2,000; three principal clerks, at $1,800 each; three clerks of class four; twenty-three clerks of class three; forty clerks of clays two; forty clerks of class one; one draughtsman, $1,600; one assistant draughtsman, $1,400; two messengers;

three assistant messengers; seven laborers; and two packers; in all....... Also, for additional clerks, on account of military bounty-lands, namely: For one clerk of clans i three; four clerks of class two; thirty-five clerk, of clans one; and two laborers; in all..

Prorided, That the Secretary of the Interior, at bis discretion, shall be, and he is hereby, authorized to use any portion of said appropriation for piece work, or by the day, month, or year, at such rate or rates as he may deem just and fair, not exceeding a salary of $1,200 per annum.

16,000 00 20,000 00 20,000 65,000 (0

125, 000 OC

174, 920 00

50, 640 00

Car ied forward .....

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$14,947, 002 00 Also, for three clerks of class four; two clerks of class three; four clerks of class two; and twenty-one clerks of class one, to be available from and after March 1, 1875.....

52, 533 33 For diagrams, stationery, parchment-paper for land-patents, farniture and repairs of the

same, miscellaneonis items, including two of the city newspapers, to be filed, bound, and

preserved for the use of the Office, and for advertising and telegraphing .................. 20, 000 00 Indian-Office : For compensation of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, $3,000; chief clerk.

$2,000 ; five clerks of class four ; eight clerks of class three ; one stenographer, at $1,600 ; thirteen clerks of class two; thirteen clerks of class one; six copyists, at $900 each ; one messenger ; one assistant messenger; and one laborer; in all.....

69,820 00 For blank books, binding, stationery, fuel, lights, telegraphing, and miscellaneous items, in

cluding two city newspapers, to be filed, bound, and preserved for the use of the Office ... 8,000 00 Pension Office : For compensation of the Commissioner of Pensions, $3,000; deputy commis

wioner, $2,500; chief clerk, 82,000; medical referee, $2,500; twenty-six clerks of class four; fifty-two clerks of class three; eighty-four clerks of clase two; one hundred and twenty. two clerkx of class one; twenty-five copyists, at $900 each ; one messenger; twelve assist. ant messengers; eight laborers; two watchmen; one engineer, at $1,400; and one assistant

engineer, at $1,000: in all............................................................... 445, 580 00 And for the following additional clerks and employés, namely: Two clerks of class four; four clerks of class three; ten clerks of class two; and tea copyists, at $900 each; in all...' 44, 000 00

And this appropriation shall be made available immediately, and to the end of the next fiscal year, and no longer. For one skilled mechanic....

1, 200 00 For contingent expenses of the Office, damely : For actual expenses of clerk, detailed to in

vestigate suspected attempts at fraud, as provided by law, $40.000; for stationery, $10,000; for carpets, mats, furniture, awnings, and repairs of the same, $5,000; for fuel, gas, engrav. ing, and retouching plates; for bounty-land warrants, printing and binding the same; en. graving and printing pension certificates; and for other necessary expenses of the Office, including two daily newspapers, $18,800 ; in all........................

73, 800 00 United States Patent-Office: For compensation of the Commissioner of the Patent Office,

$1,500; for assistant commissioner, $3,000: for chief clerk, $2,500; three examiners-in-chief, at $3,000 each ; examiner in charge of interferences, $2,500; trade-mark examiner, $2,500; twenty-four principal examiners, (one of whom shall be librarian,) at $2,500 each; twentyfour first assistant examiners, at $1,800 each; twenty-four second assistant examiners, at $1,600 each; twenty-three third assistant examiners, two of whom may be females, at $1,400 each; one machinist, $1,600; six clerks of class four, (one of whom shall receive $200 addi. tional for services as financial clerk, and shall give bond in such amount as the Secretary of the Interior may determine ;) seven clerks of class three; twenty-five clerks of class two; and forty clerks of class one; also, for thirty permanent clerks, at $1,000 each; for fifty copyist clerks, at $900 each; for three skilled draughtsmen, at $1,200 each; for one mes. senger and purchasing clerk, $1,000; for one skilled laborer, at $1,200; for six attendants in model-room, at $1,000 each; for six attendants in model-room, at $900 each ; for fifty labor. erg, at $720 each ; for six laborers, at $600 each ; in all.........

436, 400 00 For contingent and miscellaneous expenses of the Patent-Office, namely: For stationery for

use of Office, repair of model-cases, stationary portfolios for drawings, furniture and labor connected therewith, repairing, papering, painting, carpets, ice, advertising, books for library, i money, refunded, printing engraved patent-heads, international exchanges, plumbing, gas. i fitting, extra labor on indexes and abstracts for annual reports, fitting roomy, temporary clerks, laborers, and other contingencies, $80,000; and no money appropriated by this para. graph shall be expended for advertising in newspapars published in the city of Washington other than the Patent Office Official Gazette.....

80, 000 00 For photolithographing, or otherwise producing copies of drawings of current and back issues, for use of the Office and for sale, iocluding pay of temporary draughtsman ....

100, 000 00 Provided, however, That on and after July 1, 1876, the grade of third assistant examiner in the Patent-Office shall cease. For photolithograpbing, or otherwise producing plates for the Official Gazette, including pay

of employés engaged on the Gazette, and for making similar plates of patents issued between July 1, 1869, and January 1, 1872 ...

40,000 00 For photolithographing, or otherwise producing copies of the weekly issues of drawings, to be attached to patents and copies ......

40,000 00 For tracings of drawings preparatory to photolithographing back issues ...

35, 000 00 Bureau of Education: For the Commissioner of Education, $3,000; chief clerk, $2,000; one

clerk of class four; one statistician, with the compensation of a clerk of class four; one cerk of class three; one translator, with the compensation of & clerk of class three; one clerk of class two; four copyists, at $900 each; one messenger, $840; and one watchman; in all...............

18, 360 00 For contingent, namely: Stationery, $2,000; cases for library, $500 ; library, $1,000; current

educational periodicals, $250 ; cases for official records, $250 ; current publications, $225 ; completing valuable sets of periodicals and publications in the library, $200; telegraphing and expressage, $200 ; collecting statistics, and writing and compiling matter for annual and special reports, and editing and publishing circulars of information, $11,000; fuel and lights, $275; office furniture, 8250; contingencies, 81,060; in all.............

17, 210 00 Surveyors-general and their clerks: For compensation of surveyor-general of Louisiana, $2,000 ; and for the clerks in his office, $5,000........

7,000 00 For surveyor-general of Florida, $2,000; and for the clerks in his office, $2,500......

4, 500 00 For surveyor-general of Minnesota, $2,000; and for the clerks in his office, $8,400.....

10, 400 00 For surveyor-general of the Territory of Dakota, $2,000; and for the clerks in his office, $6,300. 8,300 00 For surveyor-general of Kansas, 82,000 ; and for the clerks in his office, $6,300; and the busi.

ness of the said office shall be settled, and the office shall be closed and discontinued, on or before June 30, 1876.......

8, 300 00

Carried forward .....

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Appropriations, fc.—Continued.

Object of appropriation.

Amount.

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Brought forward.....................................

.............................................. $16, 477, 465 33 For surveyor-general of the Territory of Colorado, $3,000; and for the clerks in his office, $6,300 ...........

9,300 00 For surveyor-general of the Territory of New Mexico, $3,000; and for the clerks in his office, $6,300..

9, 300 00 For surveyor-general of California, $3,000; and for the clerks in his office, $20,000.

23, 000 00 For surveyor-general of the Territory of Idaho, $3,000; and for the clerks in his office,

7. 000 00 For surveyor-general of Nevada, $3,000; and for the clerks in his office, $5,000...

8. 000 00 For surveyor-general of Oregon, $2,500; and for the clerks in his office, $5,000.........

7.500 For surveyor-general of the Territory of Washington, $2,500; aud for the clerks in his office, $5,000 .....

7, 500 00 For surveyor-general of Nebraska and Iowa, $2,000; and for the clerks in his office, 36,300... 8, 300 00 For surveyor-general of the Territory of Montana, $3,000; and for the clerks in his office, $5,000 .......

8. 000 00 For surveyor-general of the Territory of Utah, $3,000; and for the clerks in his office, $4,700.

7, 700 00 For surveyor-general of the Territory of Wyoming, $3,000; and for the clerks in his office, $6,700..........

9, 700 00 For surveyor.general of the Territory of Arizona, $3,000; and for the clerks in his office, $4,000. 7. 000 00 For recorder of land-titles in Missouri................

500 00 POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT.

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For compensation of the Postmaster-General, $8,000; three assistant postmasters-general, at

$3,500 eacb; superintendent of money-order system, $3,000; superintendent of foreign
mails, $3.000: topographer, $2,500 : chief of division for the office of mail-depredation,
$2,500; chief of division of dead-letters, $2,500; chief of division of postal stamps, $2,500;
superintendent of Post-Office building and disbursing officer, $2,300; chief clerk to the Post-
master-General, $2,200 ; one chief clerk to each assistant postmaster-general, at $2,000 each;
one chief clerk in money-order office, $2,000; one chief clerk in office of superintendent of
foreign mails, $2,000; superintendent of blank-agency, $1,800; assistant superintendent of
blank-agency, $1,600 ; four assistants, at $1,200 each; two assistants, at $900 each; seven-
teen clerks of class four; sixty-eight clerks of class three ; fifty-three clerks of class two;
Neventy-seven clerks of class one, four of whom are hereby authorized in lieu of four clerks
of said class heretofore paid out of appropriations for mail locks and keys; and so much of
this appropriation as is necessary to pay the salaries of two clerks of clans four, two clerks
of class three, and one clerk of class one shall be available from and after March 1, 1875,
and the sum of $2,666.66 is hereby appropriated therefor: Provided, That hereafter no
payment shall be made as salaries to clerks of class one, two, three, or four in said Depart-
ment out of appropriations made for other purposes; fifty-seven female clerks, at $900 each;
one messenger of the Postmaster-General, $900; one messenger to each assistant postmas.
ter-general, at $840 each ; five assistant messengers, at $720 each; captain of the watch,
$1,000; and nine watchmen and twenty-seven laborers, at $720 each; one engineer, $1,600 ;
one assistant engineer, $1,000; one carpenter, $1,252; one assistant carpenter, $1,000; one
fireman and blacksmith, $900; one fireman, at $720; one fireman and steam-fitter, at $900;
three female laborers, at $480 each ; one stenographer, $1,800; and for temporary clerks,
$10,000; making, in all.................

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473, 518 66 Contingent expenses of the Post-Office Department: For stationery, $9,000; fuel for the Gene

ral Post-Office building, including the Auditor's Office, 87,400; for gas, $4,500; plumbing and gas-fixtures, $4,000; telegraphing, $3,000; painting, $2,500 ; carpets, $5,000; furniture, $5,000 ; keeping of horses, and repair of carriage, wagons, and harness, $1,200 ; hardware, $1,200; for rent of house pumbered 915 E street, northwest, $1,800: Provided, That the above sum shall not be deemed to be paid on account of any lease for years of said building: Provided, however, That at the end of the present fiscal year, the Postmaster-General be directed, upon the demand of the lessor, to deliver up the possession of said premises ; mis. cellaneous items, $9,000; making, in all...

53, 600 00 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. For compensation of the Commissioner of Agriculture, $3,000; chief clerk, $2,000; entomol.

ogist, $2,000; chemist, $2,000; assistant chemist, 81,600 ; superintendent of experimental gardens and grounds, 82,000 ; statistician, $2,000; disbursing clerk, $1,800 ; superintendent of seed-room, $1.800; librarian, $1,800 ; botanist, 81,800; microscopist, 31,800; four clerks of class four; five clerks of class three ; six clerk, of class two ; seven clerks of class one; engineer, $1,400; superintendent of folding-room, $1,200; assisiant superintendent of experimental garden and grounds, $1,200; assistant superintendent of the seed-room, $1,200 ; three copyists, at $900 each; two attendants in museum, at $1,000 each; messenger, 8840; two assistant messengers, at $720 each; one carpenter, at $960; three watchmen. and nine laborers; making, in all........

77,180 00 For collecting agricultural statistics, and compiling and writing matter for monthly, annual, and special reports............................

15, COO 00 Prorided, That no part of this sum shall be paid to any person receiving at the same time other compensation as an officer or employé of the Department. For purchase and distribution of new and valuable seeds and plants, $60,000; for expense of

putting up the same, for labor, bagging, paper, twine, gum, and other necessary materials, 35,000 ................

65,000 00 For labor on experimental garden, and for flower pots, repairs to greenhouse, and purchase of new plants and seeds for the same .....

8,000 00 For collecting and modeling specimens of fruits and vegetables, and collecting and preparing specimens for the museum and herbarium...

2,000 00 For repairs of building, heating apparatus, furniture, water and gas pipes, and new furniture. 3,300 00 Carried forward

| 17, 287, 863 99

Appropriations, &c.—Continued.

Object of appropriation,

Amount.

Brought forward....

...... $17, 287, 863 99 For entomological works of reference, $250; for botanical works of reference, 8250; for

works on chemistry, mineralogy, and charts, $250; for current agricultural works for the library, $250 ; for miscellaneous agricultural periodicals, $250; in all........

1, 250 00 For chemicals and apparatus for the use of the chemical division ............

1, 000 00 For materials for the use of the microscopist .........

300 00 For stationery, $2,000; for freight-charges, $2,000; for fuel, $2,000; for lights, 8600; for

subsistence and care of horses, and repairs of harness and carriage. $1,000; for paper, twine, and gum for folding-room, $500; for incidental and miscellaneous items, namely: for adver. tising, telegraphing, dry goods, soap, brushes, brooms, mats, oils, paints, glass, lumber, hardware, ice, and expenses in attending fairs, and care of stationery, purchasing supplies, and for other necessary items, $1,000; in all .....

12, 100 00 For postage on seeds, reports, circulars, and letters .....

52, 000 00

JUDICIAL.

UNITED STATES COURTS.

90, 500 00 54, 000 00 2, 500 00 3, 500 00

For the Chief-Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, $10,500; and for eight

asrociate justices, $10,000 each ; in all.....
For nine circuit judges, to reside in circuit...
For salary of the reporter of the decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States...
For salary of the marshal of the Supreme Court .....
For salaries of the district judges of the United States, including the salaries of the retired

judges of the eastern district of Texas, eastern district of Wisconsin, and of the district of

Delaware.......
For salaries of the chief-jastice of the supreme court of the District of Columbia and the four

associate judges......
For compensation of the district attorneys of the United States ........
For compensation of the district marsbals of the United States.......
For salary of the warden of the jail in the District of Columbia........

193, 000 00

20, 500 00 19, 350 00 11, 900 00 2, 000 00

COURT OF CLAIMS.

29, 840 00

For salaries of five judges of the Court of Claims at $4,500 each; the chief clerk, $3,000;

and assistant clerk, $2,000; bailiff, $1,500; and messenger thereof; in all ... For stationery, books, fuel, labor, and other contingent and miscellaneous expenses, $3,000;

for reporting the decisions of the court, clerical hire, labor in preparing and superintending the printing of the tenth volume of the Reports of the Court of Claims, to be paid on the order of the Court, $1,000; and for preparing & digest of the decisions of the Court for the

past twelve years, $1,000; in all ........... To complete repairs commenced last year...... To pay judgments of the Court of Claims...

5, 000 00

550 00 400, 000 00

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.

80, 760 00

Office of the Attorney-General: For compensation of the Attorney-General, $8,000; Solicitor

General, $7.500; three Assistant Attorneys-General, at $5,000 each; one Assistant Attorney. General of the Post-Office Department, $4,000; Solicitor of Internal Revenue, $5,000; Naval Solicitor and Judge-Advocate-General, $3.500; examiner of claims, $3,500 ; law.clerk, $3,000; chief clerk, $2,200 ; stenographic clerk, $2,000; two law.clerks, at $2,000 each; six clerks of class four; additional for disbursing clerk, $200; one clerk of class two; one telegraph operator, at $1,000; five copyists, at $900 each ; one messenger; two assistant messengers;

two laborers; and two watchmen; in all.......... For the contingent expenses of the Department, namely: For furniture and repairs, $1,500 ;

for care and subsistence of horses, $1,400; repairs to carriages and harness, $600; for law and miscellaneous books for the library of the Department, $3,000; for the same for the Office of the Solicitor of the Treasury, $500; for stationery, $2,500; for miscellaneons ex

penditure, such as telegraphing, fuel, lighta, labor, and other necessaries, $6,000; in all..... For official postage-stamps for the Department of Justice............ Office of the Solicitor of the Treasury : For compensation of the Solicitor of the Treasury,

81,500; Assistant Solicitor, $3,000; chief clerk, $2,000; four clerks of class four; two clerks of class three: three clerks of class two; two clerks of class one; one messenger; and one

laborer; in all...... For rent of the portion (four floors) of the buildiog occupied by the Department of Justice...

15, 500 00 10, 000 00

28, 060 00 14, 000 00

SEC. 2. That for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1876, the following gums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby appropriated to defray the expenses of the national loan, for the following clerical and other employés, and for labor, tools, and necessary ma

terials, namely :
In the Office of the Secretary of the Treasury : Two principal clerks, at $2,800 each ; two

assistant clerks, at 82,400 each; fourteen clerks of class four; eight clerks of class three;
six clerks of class two; four clerks of class one ; forty copyists, at $900 each ; eight mes.
sengers, at $840 each; twenty-one assistant messengers and laborers, at $720 each; and

twenty-two laborers, at not exceeding $2.25 per day; making, in all, the sum of..... In the Office of the Treasurer: Seventeen clerks of class four; six clerks of class three ; five

clerk, of class two; nine clerks of class one; one hundred and forty-five counters and copyists, at $900 each; nine messengers; and twenty-six assistant messengers and laborers; making, in all, the sum of........

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