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That the Secretary of the Interior, at his discretion, shall be and he is hereby authorized to use any portion of said appropriation for piecework, or by the day, week, month, or year, at such rate or rates as he may deem just and fair.

For compensation of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and the clerks, Office of Commessenger, assistant messenger, and watchmen in his office, and for laborer missioner of In

dian Affairs. employed therein at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, thirty-one thousand five hundred and twenty dollars.

For compensation of the Commissioner of Pensions, and the clerks, Office of Commessenger, and assistant messenger in his office, and for laborers employed missioner of Pentherein, at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, one hundred and eight thousand eight hundred dollars.

For compensation of additional clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger, in the office of the Commissioner of Pensions, under the act of third March, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five, granting bounty lands,

1855 ch. 207. and for laborers employed therein, at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, seventy-one thousand two hundred dollarz.

For compensation of the Commissioner of Public Buildings, and the Commissioner clerk in his office, three thousand two hundred dollars.

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ings. For stationery, blank books, plans, drawings, and other contingent expenses of the office of Commissioner of Public Buildings, two hundred and fifty dollars. Contingent Expenses-Department of the Interior.-

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of the Home DeOffice Secretary of the Interior:

partment. For books, stationery, furniture, and other contingencies, and for books Secretary. and maps for the library, four thousand seven hundred dollars. General Land Office:

General Land

Office. For cash system and military patents, under laws prior to twenty-eighth September, eighteen hundred and fifty ; patent and other records ; tractbooks and blank books for this and the district land-offices; binding plats and field-notes ; stationery, furniture, and repairs of same, and miscellaneous items, including two of the daily city newspapers, to be filed, bound, and preserved for the use of the office, thirty-three thousand five hundred and twenty-five dollars. For contingent expenses in addition, under swamp-land act of twenty

1850, ch. 84. eighth September, eighteen hundred and fifty, military bounty acts of

1850, ch. 85. twenty-eighth September, eighteen hundred and fifty, and twenty-second 1852, ch. 19. March, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, and act thirty-first August, 1852, ch. 114. eighteen hundred and fifty-two, for the satisfaction of Virginia land warrants, twenty-six thousand one hundred dollars.

For contingent expenses necessary to carry out the provisions of the act of third March, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five, granting bounty "1855, ch. 207. lands, to wit: For patents, patent and other records, stationery, and miscellaneous items under said act, thirteen thousand dollars.

Expenses incident to the removal of the General Land-Office from the Treasury to the western wing of the Patent Office building :

For record and patent cases, cases for files of correspondence, certificates, land warrants, and other papers, repairing and reconstructing old cases, so far as they can be made available, and for carpets, matting, oilcloth, and miscellaneous items, ten thousand dollars.

For fuel, lights, and incidental expenses attending the same, including pay of furnace-keepers, four thousand dollars. Office of Indian Affairs :

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

Pension Office.

Pension Office : For stationery, binding books, furniture, and repairing the same, and miscellaneous items, including two of the daily city newspapers, to be filed, bound, and preserved for the use of the office, eleven thousand five hundred dollars.

For contingent expenses in the said office under the bounty-land act of third March, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five:

For rent of rooms, stationery, engraving plates for bounty-land warrants, paper, and printing the same, binding books, blank books for registers, office furniture, and miscellaneous items, twenty thousand dollars.

For compensation of four night watchmen and one day watchman for the eastern wing of the Patent-Office, occupied by the Secretary of the Interior, three thousand dollars.

For Contingent expenses of the Eastern Wing of the Patent- Office Building.For fuel, lights, and incidental expenses, two thousand five hundred

dollars. Exploring Ex For the Preservation of the Collections of the Exploring Expedition.pedition. For compensation of keepers and watchmen therefor, and for laborers em

ployed at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, three thousand two hundred and ten dollars.

For contingent expenses, two hundred dollars. Surveyors-gen Surveyors-General and their Clerks.For compensation of the surveyorera, and their general northwest of the Ohio, and the clerks in his office, eight thousand .

three hundred dollars.

For compensation of the surveyor-general of Illinois and Missouri, and the clerks in his office, five thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars.

For compensation of the surveyor-general of Louisiana, and the clerks in his office, four thousand four hundred and sixty-one dollars and ninetyfive cents.

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

For compensation of the surveyor-general of Wisconsin and Iowa, and the clerks in his office, eight thousand three hundred dollars.

For compensation of the surveyor-general of Arkansas, and the clerks in his office, eight thousand three hundred dollars.

For compensation of the surveyor-general of Oregon, and the clerks in his office, seven thousand one hundred and twenty-four dollars and sixtyeight cents.

For compensation of the surveyor-general of California, and the clerks in his office, thirteen thousand three hundred and sixteen dollars and fiftyeight cents.

For compensation of the surveyor-general of Washington Territory, and the clerks in his office, six thousand and thirty-three dollars and ninety-seven cents.

For compensation of the surveyor-general of New Mexico, and the clerks in his office, six thousand two hundred and fourteen dollars and sixty-seven cents.

For compensation of the surveyor-general of Kansas and Nebraska, and the clerks in his office, eight thousand and one dollars and nine cents.

For compensation of the surveyor-general of Utah, and the clerks in his office, seven thousand dollars.

For compensation of clerks in the offices of the surveyors-general, to be apportioned to them according to the exigencies of the public service, and to be employed in transcribing field-notes of surveys, for the purpose of preserving them at the seat of government, forty-one thousand dollars.

For salary of the recorder of land titles in Missouri, five hundred dollars.

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War Department.-For compensation of the Secretary of War, and War Departthe clerks, inessenger, and assistant messenger in his office, and for laborer ment. employed therein, at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per retary. annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, twentyone thousand one hundred and forty dollars.

For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of the Ad Adjutant-Genjutant-General, thirteen thousand four hundred dollars.

For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of the QuartermasterQuartermaster-General, sixteen thousand two hundred dollars.

For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of the PavmasterPaymaster-General, twelve thousand four hundred and forty dollars. General.

For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of the Com Commissarymissary-General, and for laborer employed therein at the rate of four General. hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, nine thousand six hundred and eighty dollars.

For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of the Sur Surgeon-Gengeon-General, five thousand dollars.

For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of the Chief Engineer. Chief Engineer, eight thousand dollars.

For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of Topo- Topographical graphical Engineers, and for laborer employed therein at the rate of Engineers. four hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, eight thousand four hundred and eighty dollars.

For compensation of the clerks and messenger in the office of the Colo- Colonel of Orılnel of Ordnance, twelve thousand dollars. Contingent Expenses of the War Department.-

Contingencies Office of the Secretary of War :

of War DepartFor blank books, stationery, and miscellaneous items, two thousand dollars.

For books, maps, and plans, one thousand dollars.
For extra clerk hire, one thousand five hundred dollars.

Office of the Adjutant-General:
For blank books, binding, stationery, and miscellaneous items, two
thousand dollars.

Office of the Quartermaster-General : For blank books, binding, stationery, and miscellaneous items, nine hundred and fifty dollars.

Office of the Commissary-General : For blank books, binding, stationery, advertising, and miscellaneous items, two thousand five hundred dollars.

Office of the Chief Engineer: For blank books, binding, stationery, and miscellaneous items, including two daily Washington papers

, nine hundred dollars

. Office of the Surgeon-General : For blank books, binding, stationery, and miscellaneous items, four hundred dollars.

Office of the Colonel of Ordnance: For blank books, binding, stationery, and miscellaneous items, nine hundred and fitty dollars.

Office of the Colonel of Topographical Engineers : For blank books, binding, stationery, and miscellaneous items, one thousand two hundred dollars.

For the General Purposes of the Northwest Executive Building.For N. W. Building compensation of four watchmen of the northwest executive building, two thousand four hundred dollars.

For compensation of two laborers of the northwest executive building, nine hundred and sixty dollars.

For fuel, light, and miscellaneous items, four thousand dollars.

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For the General Purposes of the Building corner of F and Seventeenth Streets.-For compensation of superintendent and four watchmen for said building, and for two laborers employed therein, at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hun. dred and fifty-four, three thousand six hundred and ten dollars.

For fuel, compensation of firemen, and miscellaneous items, four thousand eight hundred dollars.

Navy Department.--For compensation of the Secretary of the Nary, Navy Depart- and the clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger in his office, and for

laborer employed therein, at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars Secretary's Of

per annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, twenty

nine thousand two hundred dollars. 1854, ch. 242.

For compensation of the Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance and Hy. Bureau of Ord- drography, and the clerks and messenger in his office, and for laborer nance, &c.

employed therein, at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per

annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, twelve 1854, ch. 242. thousand two hundred and twenty dollars.

For compensation of the Chief of the Bureau of Navy Yards and Bureau of Na- Docks, and the civil engineer, clerks, and messenger in his office, and for vy Yards

and laborer employed therein at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars

per annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, fif1854, ch. 242. teen thousand nine hundred dollars.

For compensation of the Chief of the Bureau of Construction, EquipBureau of Con- ment, and Repairs, and of the engineer-in-chief, and the clerks and messtruction, &c.

senger in bis office, and for laborers employed therein, at the rate of four

hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act fourth August, eighteen 1854, ch. 242. hundred and fifty-four, twenty-one thousand one hundred dollars.

For compensation of the Clerks and messenger in the Bureau of ProBureau of pro- visions and Clothing, and for laborer employed therein at the rate of four

hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act fourth August, eighteen clothing. 1854, ch. 242. hundred and fifty-four, eight thousand seven hundred and twenty dollars.

For compensation of the Chief of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Bureau of and the clerks and messenger in his office, and for laborer employed

therein, at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act surgery.

fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, nine thousand four hun1854, ch. 242. dred and twenty dollars.

Contingent Expenses of the Nary Department. Contingencies.

Office Secretary of the Navy: For blank books, binding, stationery, newspapers, periodicals, and miscellaneous items, two thousand eight hundred and forty dollars.

Bureau of Ordnance and Hydrography:
For blank books, stationery, and miscellaneous items, seven hundred
and fifty dollars.

Bureau of Yards and Docks :
For stationery, books, plans, and drawings, eight hundred dollars.

Bureau of Construction, Equipment, and Repairs :
For blank books, binding, stationery, printing, and miscellaneous items,
eight hundred dollars.

Bureau of Provisions and Clothing: For blank books, stationery, and miscellaneous items, seven hundred dollars.

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery : For blank books, stationery, and miscellaneous items, four hundred and fifty dollars.

For the General Purposes of the Southwest Executive Building.For compensation of four watchmen of the southwest executive building, two thousand four hundred dollars.

For contingent expenses of said building, viz: For labor, fuel, lights, and miscellaneous items, three thousand eight hundred and sixty-five dollars.

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Post-Office Department.—For compensation of the Postmaster-Gen P. 0. Departeral, three Assistant Postmasters-General, and the clerks, messenger, assistant messengers and watchmen of said department, and for laborers employed therein, at the rate of four hundred and eighty dollars per annum, per act fourth August, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, one hundred and fifty thousand eight hundred and forty dollars.

Contingent Expenses of said Department:
For blank books, binding, and stationery, fuel for the General Post-
Office Building, including the Auditor's Office, oil, gas, and candles, day
watchman, and for miscellaneous items, nine thousand five hundred dollars.

For repairs of the General Post-Office building, for office furniture, glazing, painting, whitewashing, and for keeping the fire-places and furnaces in order, three thousand dollars.

Printing for Executive Departments.-For paper and printing for the Printing for executive departments, including the annual statement of commerce and departments. navigation, and annual estimates of appropriations, fifty-five thousand dollars Mint of the United States.

Mint. At Philadelphia.-For salaries of the director, treasurer, assayer, Philadelphia. melter and refiner, chief coiner, and engraver, assistant assayer, assistant melter and refiner, and seven clerks, twenty-seven thousand nine hundred dollars.

For wages of workmen and adjusters, sixty-four thousand dollars.

For incidental and contingent expenses including wastage, in addition to other available funds, seventy-five thousand dollars.

For specimens of ores and coins to be reserved at the mint, three hundred dollars.

For transportation of bullion from New York assay office to the United States mint for coinage, ten thousand dollars.

For the purchase of new fixtures and machinery, twenty-one thousand dollars.

At New Orleans.-For salaries of superintendent, treasurer, assayer, New Orleans. coiner, melter and refiner, and three clerks, eighteen thousand three hundred dollars.

For wages of workmen, twenty-six thousand eight hundred and ninety dollars.

For incidental and contingent expenses, including wastage in addition to other available funds, eighteen thousand and ten dollars.

For the increased compensation of clerks in the branch mint at New Orleans, under the twenty-third section of the act of third March, one 1855, ch. 175. thousand eight hundred and fifty-five, for the year ending thirtieth June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six, six hundred dollars.

At Charlotte, North Carolina.—For salaries of superintendent, coiner, Charlotte, N. C. assayer, and clerk, six thousand dollars. For

wages of workmen, three thousand five hundred dollars. For incidental and contingent expenses, including wastage, in addition to other available funds, two thousand one hundred dollars.

At Dahlonega, Georgia.-For salaries of superintendent, coiner, as- Dahlonega, Ga. sayer, and clerk, six thousand dollars. For wages of workmen, two thousand eight hundred and eighty dollars.

For incidental and contingent expenses, including wastage, in addition to other available funds, two thousand dollars.

At San Francisco, California.—For salaries of superintendent, trea- San Francisco. surer, assayer, melter and refiner, coiner, and five clerks, twenty-eight thousand dollars.

For wages of workmen and adjusters, one hundred and seventy thousand and two hundred dollars.

For incidental and contingent expenses, including wastage in addition to other available funds, seventy-three thousand three hundred dollars.

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