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Brought forward...... clerks of class four: two disbursing-clerks, at $2,800 each; stenographer to the Secretary, $2,400; twenty-six clerks of class three; twenty-one clerks of class two; eighteen clerks of class one; thirty-one female clerks, at $900 each; eleven messengers; and eleven laborers; one clerk of class four and one clerk of class one, to assist the chief clerk in su perintending the building ; one captain of the watch, $1,400; one engineer, $1,600; one machinist and gas-fitter, $1,200; one storekeeper, $1,400; sixty watchmen, at $720 each, and addi. tional to two of said watchmen, acting as lieutenants of watchmen, $280 each; twenty-five laborers, at $720 each; one assistant engineer, $1,000; nine firemen, at $720 each; ninety

charwomen, at $180 each; in all ........ Supervising Architect : In the construction branch of the Treasury: For Supervising Archi

tect, $4,000; chief clerk, $2,500; book-keeper, $2,000; photographer, $2,500; assistant photographer, $1,600; four clerks of class four; additional to two clerks of class four, one at $600 and one at $200; four clerks of class three; two clerks of class one; two copyists;

and one messenger; in all........... First Comptroller of the Treasury : For First Comptroller of the Treasury, $5,000 : chief

clerk. $2,000; ten clerks of class four; twelve clerks of class three; ten clerks of class two; five clerks of class one; six copyists, at $900 each; one messenger; one assistant messen

ger; and two laborers ; in all....... Second Comptroller of the Treasury: For Second Comptroller of the Treasury. $5,000; chief

clerk, $2,000; twelve clerks of. class four; eighteen clerks of class three; eighteen clerks of clans two; fourteen clerks of class one; ten copyists, at $900 each; one messerger; one

assistant messenger; and two laborers; in all... Commissioner of Customs: For Commissioner of Customs, $4,500; chief clerk, $2,000; three

clerks of class four; seven clerks of class three; ten clerks of class two; nine clerks of

class one; one messenger; and one laborer; in all .... First Auditor: For the First Auditor of the Treasury, $3,000; chief clerk, $2,000; three clerks

of class four; ten clerks of class three; eight clerks of class two; thirteen clerks of class

one; one messenger; one assistant messenger; and one laborer; in all....
Second Auditor; For Second Auditor, $3,000; chief clerk, $2,000; xix clerks of class four ;

and, for additional to disbursing clerk, $200 ; thirty-seven clerks of class three; seventy-
three clerks of class two; forty-five clerks of class one ; one messenger; five assistant
messengers; and seven laborers ; in all......
Third Auditor : For Third Auditor, $3,000; chief clerk, $2,000; eleven clerks of class four;
twenty-six clerks of class three; eighty-two clerks of class two; forty-four clerks of class
one; ten copyists, at $900 each; two messengery; two assistant messengers; and five labor.

ers; in all..............................................................................
Fourth Auditor : For the Fourth Auditor, $3,000: chief clerk, $2,000 ; five clerks of class

four; eighteen clerks of class three; eleven clerks of class two; ten clerks of class one; six female clerks, at $900 each; one inessenger; oue assistant messenger; and two laborers;

in all............ Fifth Auditor: For the Fifth Auditor, $3,000; chief clerk, $2,000; four clerks of class four;

seven clerks of class three ; seven clerks of class two; nine clerks of class one ; six copy.

ists, at $900 each ; one messenger; one assistant messenger; and two laborers ; in all..... Sixth Auditor: For compensation of the Sixth Auditor, $3,000; chief clerk, $2,000; nine

clerks of class four, and additional to one clerk of class four as disbursing-clerk, $200; sixty-two clerks of class three; sixty-nine clerks of class two; thirty-seven clerks of class one; one messenger; one assistant messenger; and eighteen laborers; twenty assort. ers of money-orders, $20,000; also, fifteen female assorters of money-orders, at $900 each; in all.....

Provided, That on and after July 1, 1875, the fees on money-orders shall be, for orders not exceeding fifteen dollars, 10 cents; exceeding fifteen, and not exceeding thirty dollars, 15 cents; exceeding thirty and not exceeding forty dollars, 20 cents; exceeding forty and not exceeding fifty dollars, 25 cents, and no money-order shall be issued for a sum greater

than fifty dollars.
Treasurer: For compensation of the Treasurer of the United States, $6,500; assistant treas.
urer, $3,800; cashier, $3,800; assistant cashier, $3,500 ; five chiefs of division, at $2,700
each; two principal book-keepers, one at $2,600 and one at $2,500; two tellers, one at $2,700
and one at $2,600; one chief clerk, $2,700 ; two assistant tellers, at $2,350 each; thirteen
clerks of class four; thirteen clerks of class three; nine clerks of class two; eight clerks of
class one ; sixty female counters, at $900 each ; seven messengers ; five male laborers, at

$720 each ; and seven female laborers, at $240 each; in all............
Register of the Treasury: For compensation of the Register of the Treasury, $4,000; assist-

ant register, $2,000; chief clerk, $2,000; seven clerks of class four; ten clerks of class three ; fourteen clerks of class two; eight clerks of class one; eight copyists, at $900 each ;

one messenger; two assistant messengers; and two laborers; in all ............ Comptroller of the Currency: For Comptroller of the Currency, $5,000; deputy comptroller,

$2,500; thirteen clerks of class four; fourteen clerks of class three; twelve clerks of class two; eleven clerks of class one; thirty-three female clerk); four messengers; four labor.

ers; and two night-watchmen ; in all... For expenses of special examinations of national banks....... Commissioner of Internal Revenue : For Commissioner of Internal Revenue, $6,000; one

deputy commissioner, $3,500, and one deputy commissioner, $3,000; seven heads of division, at $2,500 each ; one stenographer, at $2,000; thirty clerks of class four; forty-five clerks of three; fifty-two clerks of class two; eighteen clerks of class one ; seventy-five copyists, at

$900 each ; five messengers; tbree assistant messengers; and fourteen laborers; in all..... For dies, paper, and stamps, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the

Treasury ...................
For salaries and expenses of collectors....,

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For salaries, expenses, and fees of supervisors, storekeepers, agents, surveyors, gaugers, and

miscellaneous expenses...

And hereafter no ganger shall receive a greater compensation than six dollars per day.
For detecting and bringing to trial and punishment persons guilty of violating the internal-

revenue laws, or conniving at the same, including payments for information and detection

of such violations....... Light-House Board: For chief clerk of the Light House Board, $2,000; two clerks of class

four; two clerks of class three ; one clerk of class two; one clerk of class one; one female

copyist; one messenger; and one laborer; in all...... Bureau of Statistics : For officer in charge of the Bureau of Statistics, $2,500; chief clerk,

$2,000; eleven clerks of class four: seven clerks of class three ; nine clerks of class two; four clerks of clasy one; five copyists, at $900 each; one messenger; one laborer; and one

char-woman, at $480: in all ............................................................. It shall be the duty of the officer in charge of the Bureau of Statistics to gather, collate, and annually report to the Secretary of the Treasury, for transmission to Congress, statistics and facts relating to commerce with foreign nations and among the several States, the railroad systems of this and other countries, the construction and operation of railroads, the actual cost of such construction and operation of railroads, the actual cost of transporting freights and passengers on railroads, and on canals, rivers, and other navigable waters of the United States, the charges imposed for such transportation of freight and passen. gers, and the tonnage transported ; and the reports now by law required to be prepared and published monthly in the said Bureau of Statistics shall hereafter be prepared and pub. lished quarterly, under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury; and the sum of $20,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, to defray the expenses thereof... Treasury miscellaneous: For stationery for the Treasury Department and its several Bureaus. For purchase of official postage-stamps .......

. For contingent expenses of the Treasury Department, namely:
For arranging and binding canceled marine-papers, requisitions, and other important records ;

sealing ships' registers; for foreign postage, newspapers, books, hand-stamps, and repairs of
the same.................
For investigations of accounts and records, including the necessary traveling-expenses, and

for other traveling-expenses .......
For freight, expressage, telegrams, and car-tickets....
For rent of buildings.......

Provided, That the Secretary may rent other buildings in lieu of those now rented as he may deem for the public interest, for a sum not to exceed this appropriation. For care and subsistence of horses for office, and mail-wagons, including feeding and shoeing;

and for wagons, barness, and repairs of same .....
For ice, buckets, file-holders, book-rests, labor; for care of grounds, clocks, and repairs of the

same ....
For coal, wood, grates, grate-baskets and fixtures, stoves and fixtures, blowers, coal-hods,

bearths, shovels, tongs, pokers, matches, and match-safes....
For gas, drop-lights and tubing, gay-burners, brackets and globes, candles, lanterns, and wicks.
For carpets, oil-cloth, matting, repairs, cleaning, and laying of the same ...
For desks, tables, and chairs, and shelving for file-rooms, and cases; repairs of furniture;

boxes, rugs, chair-covers and caning, cushions, cloth for covering desks, locks, screws,

hand-saws, turpentine, and varnish...... For washing towels, brooms, brushes, crash, cotton cloth, cane, chamois-skins, dusters, flour,

keys, lye, matches, nails, oil, powdery, sponge, soap, tacks, wall-paper, and the other mis. cellaneous expenses required for the current and ordinary business of the Department; and for repairs of machinery, baskets, spittoons, files, water-coolers, tumblers, ice-picks, bowls and pitchers, traps, thermometers, ventilators, towels, awnings and fixtures, alcohol, window-shades and fixtures, wire screens, hemming towels, axes, bellowy, chisels, canvas, candlesticks, door and window fasteners, bells and bell-pulls, hammers, mallets, leather, gum, and other belting, stencil-plates, tools, whetstones, wire, and zinc, and other absolutely necessary expenses ......

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Office of the assistant treasurer at New York: For assistant treasurer, $8,000; for deputy

assistant treasurer, $3,600 ; cashier and chief clerk, $4,200; chief of coin division, $4,000; chief of note paying division, $3,000; chief of note-receiving division, $3,000; chief of check division, $3,000; chief of registered interest division, $2,800; chief of coupon-interest division, $2.500 : chief of fractional-currency division, $2,500; chief of bond division, $2,400: chief of canceled-check and record division, $2,000; two clerks, at $2,400 each ; six clerks, at $2,200 each; ten clerks, at $2,000 each; nine clerks, at $1,800 each; four clerks, at $1,700 each ; four clerks, at $1,600 each; two clerks, at $1,500 each ; ten clerks, at $1,400 each; three clerks, at $1,200 each ; five messengers, at $1,300 each; one messenger, $1,200; keeper of building, $1,800; chief detective, $1,800; assistant detective, $1,400; three hall-men, at

$1,000 each ; six watchmen, at $730 each ; one engineer, $1,000; one porter, $900; in all.... 150, 980 00 Office of the assistant treasurer at Boston: For assistant treasurer, $5,000; for chief clerk,

$2,700; paying-teller, $2,500; chief interest-clerk, $2,500 ; receiving-teller, $1,800 ; first book-keeper, $1,700; second book-keeper, "depositors'" accounts, $1,500; stamp and new. fractional-currency clerk, $1,800 ; specie-clerk, $1,500; assistant specie-clerk, $1,400; two coupon-clerks, at $1,400 each ; fractional-currency-redemption clerk, $1,200 ; receipt-clerk, 31.200; assistant book-keeper, $800 ; money-clerk, $1,000; assistant currency-redemption clerk, $1,100; assistant currency-redemption clerk, $1,000 ; messenger and chief watchman, $1,060; two watchmen, at $950 each ; in all.....

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Office pf assistant treasurer at San Francisco: For assistant treasurer, $6,000; for cashier,

$3,000; for book-keeper, $2,500; for assistant cashier, $2.000; for assistant hook-keeper,
$2,000; for stamp-clerk, $2,400; for one clerk, $1,800 ; for three night-watchmen, $1,500

each; for one day-watchman, $960; in all....... Office of assistant treasurer at Philadelphia: For assistant treasurer, $5,000; for cashier and

chief clerk, $2,700 : book-keeper, $2,500; chief interest-clerk, 81.900; assistant book-keeper, $1,800; coin-teller, $1,700; chief registered interest clerk, $1,900 : assistant coupon-clerk, $1,600; fractional.currency clerk, $1,600 ; two assistant registered-loan clerks, one at $1,500 and one at $1,400; assistant coin-teller, $1,400; assistant fractional-currency clerk, $1,400 ; receiving-teller, $1,300; assistant receiving-teller ; $1,200, superintendent of building, $1,100;

prven female counters, at $900 each; four watchmen, at $930 each; in all......... Office of assistant treasurer at Saint Louis : For assistant treasurer, $5,000; chief clerk and

teller, $2,500; assistant teller, $1,800; book-keeper, $1,500; assistant book-keeper, $1,200; messenger, $1,000; four watchmen, at $700 each; in all................. Office of assistant treasurer at New Orleans: For assistant treasurer, $4,500; for cashier,

$2,500; receiving-teller, $2.000; book keeper, $1,500; assistant book-keeper, $1,500; porter,

$900; two watchmen, at $720 eacb; two night-watchmen, at $720 each; in all....... Office of assistant treasurer at Baltimore: For assistant treasurer, $5.000; for cashier, $2,500;

for three clerks, $5,400; for three clerks, $4,200; for two clerks, $2,400; for one messenger,

$840; for five vault-watchmen, $3,600; in all ...... Office of assistant treasurer at Charleston, South Carolina : For assistant treasurer, $4,000 ;

one clerk, $1,800; one clerk, $1,600; one assistant messenger, $720; and two watchmen, at

S720 each in all.................. .................................................... Office of assistant treasurer at Chicago: For assistant treasurer, $5,000; for cashier, $2,500 ;

for paying-teller, $1,800; for book-keeper and for receiving-teller, at $1,500 each, $3,

for one clerk, $1,200 ; for one messenger, $840; for one watchman, $720; in all ........ Office of assistant treasurer at Cincinnati : For assistant treasurer, $5,000; for cashier, $2,000 ;

for one book-keeper, $1,800 ; for assistant cashier, $1,500; for check-clerk and interestclerk, at $1.200 each; for fractional currency clerk, $1,000; for one messenger, $600 ; for

one night-watchman, $720; two watchmen, at $120 each ; in all........
Office of depositary at Pittsburgh: For cashier, $1,800; book-keeper, $1,400; one watch.

man, $720; in ali .....
Office of depositary at Santa Fé: For depositary, in addition to his pay as receiver, $2,000;

one clerk, $1,200 : two watchmen, at $720 each; in all .....
Office of depositary at Tucson, Arizona: For depositary, in addition to his pay as post-

master ................................ For compensation to special agents to examine the books, accounts, and money on hand at

the several sub-treasuries and depositories, including national banks acting as deposi

taries under the act of the 6th of August, 1846 .... For compensation to designated depositaries at Buffalo, New York, and Pittsburgh, Pennsyl.

vanie, for receiving, safely keeping, and paying out public money, at the rate of one-half
of one per centum on the first $100,000, one-fourth of one per centum on the second
$100,000, and one-eighth of one per centum on all sums over $200,000 ; any sum which may
have been allowed to such depositaries for rent or any other contingent expenses in respect
to the custody of such public money being deducted from such compensation before any
payment shall be made therefor: Provided, That no compensation shall be allowed for the
above services when the emoluments of the office of which said designated depositary is in
commission amount to the maximum compensation fixed by law; nor shall the amount
allowed to any one of said designated depositaries for such services, when added to the
emoluments of the office of which he is in commission, be more than sufficent to make the
maximum compensation fixed by law: And provided further, That the whole allowance

to any designated depositary for such service shall not exceed $1,500 per anaum..
For checks and check-books for disbursing officers and others, and certificates of deposit for

offices of the Treasurer and assistant treasurer and designated depositaries....
For contingent expenses under the act of the 6th of August, 1846, for the collection, safe.
keeping, transfer, and disbursement of the public money......

Provided, That no part of said sum shall be expended for clerical services or payment of employés of any nature or grade ; and hereafter a detailed statement of the expenditure for the preceding fiscal year of all sums appropriated for contingent expenses in any Department or Bureau of the Government shall be presented to Congress at the beginning of each regular session.

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UNITED STATES MINTS AND ASSAY-OFFICES.

Office of the Director of the Mint: For Director, $4,500; exarniner, $2,200 ; one computer of

bullion, $2,200 ; one clerk of class four; one clerk of class two; one clerk of class one ; one translator, $1,200 ; one copyist, $900; one messenger; and one laborer ; making in all the sum of ...........

16, 960 00 • For contingent expenses of the United States mints and assay-offices, namely: For specimens

of ores and coins, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, $200; for books, balances, and weights, and other incidental expenses, including traveling expenses of the Director and examiner, $1,500......

1,700 00 For recoinage of gold and silver coins, to meet the difference between the nominal and bullion value of gold coins now in the Treasury, reduced by natural abrasion below the legal limit and to be recoined, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the *Treasury ..........................................................................

2,000 00 Mint at Philadelphia : For salaries of the superintendent, $4,500; for the assayer, melter, and refiner, coiner, and engraver, at $3,000 each; the assistant assayer, assistant melter and Carried forward ...

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............. $11, 509, 094 10 refiner, and assistant coiner, at $2,100 each ; cashier, $2,500; chief clerk, $2,400; book.

keeper, deposit-clerk, and weigh-clerk, at $2,000 each; and two clerks, at $1,800 each ; in all. 37, 300 00 For wages of workmen and adjusters ......

250,000 00 For incidental and contingent expenses, including new machinery and repairy.........

75, 000 00 For two annealing-furnaces .......................

15,000 00 For freight on bullion and coin ..

10,000 00 Mint at San Francisco, California : For salaries of superintendent, $4,500; assayer, melter

and refiner, and coiner, at $3,000 each; chief clerk, $2,500 ; cashier, $2,500 ; four clerks, at $1.800 each ; in all......

25, 700 00 For wages of workmen and adjusters ............................

275, 000 00 For materials and repairs, fuel, lights, chemicals, and other necessaries .......

86, 000 00 Mint at Carson, Nevada : For salaries of superintendent, $3,000 : assayer, melter and refiner,

and coiner, at $2.500 each ; chief clerk, $2,500; cashier and book-keeper, at $2,000 each;
weigh clerk, voucher.clerk, and computing clerk, at $2,000 each; and assayer's clerk, at
$1,600; in all......
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24, 600 00 For wages of workmen and adjusters ..

85, 000 00 For materials and repairs, fuel, light, charcoal, chemicals, and other necessaries ..

100, 000 00 Mint at Denver, Colorado : For salaries of assayer in charge, $2,500; melter, $2,500 ; three clerks, at $1,800 each ; in all.........................................................

10, 400 00 For wages of workmen .....

15,335 00 For fuel, lights, acids, chemicals, crucibles, repairs, and other necessaries..

5, 000 00 Mint at New Orleans: For salaries of superintendent, $3,500; for assayer, $2,500.

6. 000 00 For wages of workmen and adjustery .....

3,000 00 For fuel, acids, chemicals, copper, freight, stationery, gas, water, and other necessary materials........................................................................

3,000 CO Assay office at New York: For salary of superintendent. $4,500 ; for assayer, $3,000; for melter and refiner, $3.000; chief clerk, $2,800; weighing clerk, $2,800; paying clerk, $2,200bar clerk, $2,000; two calculating clerks, at $2,000 each ; one assistant weighclerk, $1,800; and for assistants to superintendent in assayer's room and weight-room, $9,550 ; in all..........

35, 650 00 For wages of workmen ..................................................... ............

80. 000 00 For acids, copper, coal, lead, light, and for miscellaneous items and repairs.

50, 000 00 Assay office at Boise City, Idaho: For salaries of assayer in charge, $2,500 ; melter, $2,500; in all................................... ..............................................

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GOVERNMENT IN THE TERRITORIES,

Territory of Arizona: For salary of governor, $3,500; chief justice and two associate judges, $3,000 each ; secretary, $2,500; interpreter and translator in the executive office, $500 : in all.......

15, 500 00 For legislative expenses, for rent of office, store-rooms, library, light, fuel, and stationery... 3, 000 00 For contingent expenses, to be expended by the governor ...

1,000 00 Territory of Colorado: For salaries of governor, chief justice, and two associate judges, and secretary .........

15, 000 00 For legislative expenses, namely: For per diem and mileage of members, and per diem of

officers, $13,000; for printing, $4,000 ; rent of legislative halls and rooms, $600; stationery for legislature, $600; coal, light, labor, and other incidental expenses, $1,800; messenger for the secretary's office, $300; rent, light, fuel, stationery, postage, and printing for secretary's office, $1,700; in all.............

22,000 00 For contingent expenses, to be expended by the governor ...

1, 000 00 Territory of Dakota: For salaries of governor, chief justice and two associate judges and secretary ...........

15,000 00 For legislative expenses, namely: For rent of secretary's office, $425 ; storage of Government property, $150 ; postage, $125; stationery and blanks, $365 ; lights, oil, and candles, $75; fuel, $250; porter, labor, and care of Government property, $360 ; incidental expenses, $250 ; in all ....

2,000 00 For contingent expenses, to be expended by the governor...

1,000 00 Territory of Idaho: For salaries of governor, chief-justice and two associate judges, and secretary ..........

15, 000 00 For rent of secretary's office, $600 ; storage and care of Government property, $300; fuel, $200 ; stationery, lights, and incidental expenses, $500; in all..................

1, 600 00 For contingent expenses, to be expended by the governor...

1,000 00 Territory of Montana : For salaries of governor, chief justice and two associate judges, and gecretary. .........

15, 000 00 For legislative expenses, namely: For compensation and mileage of members of legislative

assembly, $11,300 : compensation of officers of legislative assembly, $3,240 ; contingent and miscellaneous expenses, $1,500; contingent and miscellaneous expenses of the secre. tary's office, $1,840 ; pay of clerk during session of legislative assembly, $300; pay of clerk in assisting to copy and index laws, $500; for printing, $4,000; in all...

22, 680 00 For contingent expenses of the Territory, to be expended by the governor....

1,000 00 Territory of New Mexico: For salaries of governor, chief-justice and two associate judges, secretary, and interpreter and translator in the executive office........

15, 500 00 For legislative expenses, namely : for per diem and mileage of members of the legislative

assembly, $11,043.90; for per diem of officers, $3,500; for translating laws and journals, and other incidental expenses of the legislative assembly and secretary's office, $3,500 ; for printing, $4,000; in all....

2,043 90 Fur contingent expenses of the Territory, to be expended by the governor....

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............ $12, 878, 903 09 Territory of Utah: For salaries of governor, chief justice and two associate judges, and secretary ......

15, 000 00 For legislative expenses, namely: For compensation and mlleage of members of the legisla.

tive assembly, officers, clerks, and others, $23,400; and this appropriation may be used under the direction of the Department of Justice to defray the judicial expenses of the supreme and district courts of said Territory; and the amount so used shall be re-imbursed to said appropriation out of the treasury of said Territory, and until such re-imbursement shall be fully made no member or officer of said legislative assembly shall be entitled to any compensation or allowance, out of any moneyy of the United States; for rent of secretary's office, $600; storage and care of Government property, $300; fuel, $200; stationery, lights, and incidental expenses, $500 ; in all......

25, 000 00 For contingent expenses of the Territory, to be expended by the governor ......

1,000 00 Territory of Washington: For salaries of governor, chief justice and two associate judges, and secretary .....

15, 000 00 For legislative expenses, namely: Compensation of nine councilmen and thirty members of the house, $9,360; extra compensation of president of council and speaker of the house, $320 ; compensation of two chief clerks, two assistant clerks, two sergeants-at-arms, two doorkeepers, two enrolling-clerks, two engrossing-clerks, two watchmen, and two messen. gers, $3,440; mileage of thirty-nine members of the legislative assembly, $2,400; incidental expenses of the assembly, $1,500; rent of office, fuel, light, stationery, postage, furniture, hire of messenger, and repairs of halls, $980; for printing, $4,000; in all.....

22, 000 00 For contingent expenses of the Territory, to be expended by the governor.....

1,000 00 Territory of Wyoming: For salaries of governor, chief justice and two associate judges, and secretary ......

15, 000 00 Legislative expenses, namely: Compensation of the speaker of the council, twelve members, chief clerk and seven clerks, and employés, $5,000; and for mileage, $950; in all.....

5, 950 00 For compensation of the speaker of the house of representatives, twenty-six members, chief! clerk and seven clerks, and employés, $8,360; and for mileage, $1,900; in all .........

10, 260 00 For stationery, rent, furniture, light, and fuel, $1,000; incidentals of secretary's offi for printing, $1,000 in all ........

5, 790 00 For contingent expenses of the Territory, to be expended by the governor......

1,000 00 District of Columbia : For salaries of the five members of the board of health, $10,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary...

10,000 00 For maintenance of the fire-department..

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For compensation of the Secretary of War, $8.000 : one chief clerk, at $2,500 ; one disbursing

clerk, at $2,000; two chief clerks of division, at $2,000 each; seven clerks of class four; six clerks of class three ; six clerks of class two; fifteen clerks of class one ; two messen

gers; nine laborers; seven watchmen for the Northwest Executive building; in all..... For eight messengers........ For contingent expenses of his office....

nses of his office............... ...... ......... For the purpose of examining the rebel archives, and having copies furnished for the Govern. |

m ent................................................................................... For postage on official matter of the War Department and its Bureaus...

That so much of the act entitled "An act to incorporate a National Military and Naval Asylum for the relief of totally disabled officers and men of the volunteer forces of the United States," approved March 3, 1863, and of all acts amendatory thereof, as provides " that for the establishment and support of said asylum there shall be appropriated all stoppages or fines adjudged against officers and soldiers by sentence of court-martial or military commission, over and above the amounts necessary for the re-imbursement of the Government or of individuals; all forfeitures on account of desertion from the service; and all moneys due deceased officers and soldiers which now are or may be unclaimed for three years after the death of such officers and soldiers," be, and the same is hereby, repealed, to take effect on and after April 1, 1875. And from and after April 1, 1875, no clerk shall be employed or paid in any Department of the Government for services rendered under any provision of said act of March 3, 1865, or the acts amendatory thereof. And from and after April 1, 1875, no money shall be appropriated or drawn for the support and maintenance of what is now designated by law as the "National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers," except by direct and specific annual appropriations by law. And it shall be the duty of the managers of said home, on or before the 1st day of August in each year, to furnish, to the Secretary of War, estimates, in detail, for the support of said home for the fiscal year commencing on the Ist day of July thereafter; and the Secretary of War shall annually include such estimates in his estimates for his Department. And no moneys shall, after April 1, 1875, be drawn from the Treasury for the use of said home, except in pursuance of quarterly estimates, and upon quarterly requisitions by the managers thereof upon the Secretary of War, based upon such quarterly estimates, for the support of said home for not more than three months next succeeding such requisition. And no money shall be drawn or paid upon any such requisition while any balance heretofore drawn or received by said home, or for its use, from the Treasury, under the laws now or heretofore existing, and ! now held under investment or otherwise, shall remain unexpended. And the managers of said home sball, at the commencement of each quarter of the year, render to the Secretary of War an account of all their receipts and expenditures for the quarter immediately pre ceding, with the vouchers for such expenditures, and all such accounts and vouchers shall be authenticated by the officers of said home thereunto duly appointed by said managers, and audited, and allowed, as required by law for the general appropriations and expenditures of the War Department.

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