76 FORTY—-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 140. 1372. Patent office. of the patent office, four thousand five hundred dollars; for assistant WY °f °°*¤7 commissioner, three thousand dollars; for chief clerk, two thousand five ""”l°”"= mist' hundred dollars- three examiners-in-chief, at three thousand dollars each; ant,exammers, _ _ ’ . clerks, &c. examiner in charge of mterferences, two thousand five hundred dollars; trade—mark examiner, two thousand five hundred dollars; twenty-four principal examiners, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; twenty- four hrst assistant examiners, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; twenty-two second assistant examiners, at one thousand six hundred dollars each, two of whom may be females; one librarian, two thousand dollars; one machinist, one thousand six hundred dollars; six clerks of class four, eight clerks of class three, fifty-Eve clerks of class two, and forty-five clerks of class one; making, in all, three hundred and twenty thousand six hundred dollars. For thirty permanent clerks, at one thousand dollars each; for forty permanent clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; for three skilled draughts— men, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; for thirty-five copyists of drawings, at the rate of one thousand dollars per annum each; for one messenger and purchasing clerk, one thousand {dollars; for one skilled laborer, one thousand two hundred dollars; for eight attendants in modelroom, at one thousand dollars each; for eight attendants in model-room, at nine hundred dollars each; for thirty laborers at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; for six laborers, at six hundred dollars each; in all, one hundred and forty-seven thousand two hundred dollars. Contingent_ For contingent and miscellaneous expenses of the patent office, namely: Src., expenses. For stationery for use of office, repair of model-cases, stationary portfolios for drawings, furniture, repairing, papering, painting, carpets, ice, advertising, books for library, moneys refunded, printing engraved patent-heads, international exchanges, plumbing, gas-fitting, extra labor on indexes and abstracts for annual reports, fitting rooms, temporary clerks, laborers, and other contin encies, ninety thousand dollars. p;,,,;;,-];;;,;,- For photddithographing, or otherwise producing copies of drawings of 8¥‘¤Pl¤i¤g. &¤· current and back issues, for use of the office and for sale, including pay of temporary draughtsman, forty thousand dollars. 1,,,,9,,,, 0,~cdu_ Bureau of Education.-—-For commissioner of education, three thoucation. sand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; one clerk of class four; nl£ :;r°‘E' one statistician, with the compensation of a clerk of class four; one clerk ’of class three; one translator, with the compensation of a clerk of class three; one clerk of class two ; four copyists, at nine hundred dollars each; one messenger, at eight hundred and forty dollars; stationery, one thousand dollars; library, one thousand dollars; current educational periodicals, two hundred and fifty dollars; other current publications, two hundred and twenty-five dollars; completing valuable sets of periodicals and publications in the library, two hundred dollars; collecting statistics, and writing and compiling matter for annual and special reports, and editing and publishing circulars of information, thirteen thousand dollars; fuel and lights, two hundred and seventy-five dollars; contingencies, one thousand two hundred and sixty dollars; in all, thirty-four thousand eight hundred and fift dollars. Surveyors- _ Surveyors- Gehcral and their C'ler[cs.——For compensation of surveyor- §‘;;f{;°ln“¥J‘;£‘°" gsneral(p2LoEisia1na,itv£ro11thousand dollars, and for clerks in his office, two isinna; thousand ve un re dollars. Florida; For .;1rveyor—general of Florida, two thousand dollars, and for clerks in his office, two thousand five hundred dollars. Minnesota; For surveyor-general of Minnesota, two thousand dollars, and for clerks in his office, six thousand three hundred dollars. Dakota; For surveyor-general of the Territory of Dakota, two thousand dollars, and for clerks in his office, six thousand three hundred dollars. K¤¤¤¤s· For surveyor—general of Kansas, two thousand dollars, and for clerks in his office, six thousand three hundred dollars.

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