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FORTYFOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 287. 1876. 145 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. For compensation of members of the House of Representatives and House. ¤<>¤¤1>¤¤- delegates from Territories, one million five hundred and nfty thousand “”*“°“· dollars · For mileage, one hundred thousand dollars. · Mileage- For compensation of the officers, clerks, messengers, and others re- omcers and emceiving an annual salary in the service of the House of Representatives, p1<>y餷 - namely: Clerk of the House of Representatives, including compensation as disbursing-officer of the contingent fund, four thousand ive hundred dollars, and for hire of horses and wagons for the use of the Clerk’s office, six hundred dollars ; and the Clerk of the House of Rep- Clerk of House resentatives is authorized and directed to sign, during the recess of may ¤is¤ <><>fWi- Congress after the nrst session and until the iirst day of the second ses- gggfjnfdulgzmpggj sion, the certificates for the monthly compensation of members and mg g delegates in Congress, which certificates shall be in the form now in use, and shall have the like force and effect as is given to the certincate of the Speaker; chief clerk and journal-clerk, two readingclerks, tally- clerk, five in all, at two thousand five hundred dollars each ; disbursingclerk, nle clerk, printing and bill clerk, and enrolling-clerk, four in all, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars each; for assistant to ' chief clerk, assistant to enrolling-clerk, resolution and petition clerk, newspaper-clerk, superintendent of document-room, index-clerk, and librarian, seven in all, at two thousand dollars each; distributing-clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars ; for stationeryclerk, one thousand tive hundred dollars; one document-clerk and one upholsterer and locksmith, one thousand four hundred and forty dollars each; one chief messenger in the office of the Clerk of the House and one messenger assisting librarian, at one thousand four hundred and forty dollars each; bookkeeper and four clerks, at one thousand six hundred dollars each ; one engineer, one thousand four hundred and forty dollars; and two assistant engineers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; and all en- Em ployés in gineers and others who are engaged in heating and ventilating the h<>Mi¤¤s»<>¤¤·»¤<> be House shall be subject to the orders of and in all respects under the di- %°‘Q;°"°1 °f rcction of the Doorkeeper; for hve firemen, at nine hundred dollars P ` each; one laborer, at eight hundred and twenty dollars; and four laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; one page, at two dollars and fifty cents per day during the session; and one telegraph-ope rator, four hundred dollars; for clerk to the Committee of Ways and Means, two thousand five hundred dollars; messenger to the Committee of Ways and Means, one thousand two hundred dollars; clerk to the Committee on Appropriations, two thousand five hundred dollars; messenger to the Committee on Appropriations, one thousand two hundred dollars; clerk to the Committee of Claims, two thousand dollars; clerk to the Committee on Public Lands, two thousand dollars; clerk to the Committee on War-Claims, two thousand dollars; clerk to Speaker’s table, one thousand eight hundred dollars; private secretary to the Speaker, one thousand eight hundred dollars; Sergeant-at-Arms, of the House of Representatives, four thousand dollars; for one horse and wagon for his use, five hundred dollars; clerk to the Sergeant-at·Arms, two thousand one hundred dollars; paying-teller for the Sergeantat-Arms, two thousand dollars.; messenger to the Sergeant~at—Arms, one thousand two hundred dollars; Doorkeeper, two thousand five hundred dollars; assistant doorkeeper, two thousand dollars, clerk for doorkeeper, one thousand two hundred dollars ; janitor, one thousand two hundred dollars; Postmaster, two thousand five hundred dollars; first assistant postmaster, two thousand dollars; four messengers, at one thousand dollars each; eight during the session, at six hundred dollars each; Chaplain of the House, nine hundred dollars; five official reporters of the proceedings and debates of the House, at five thousand dollars each; two stenographers for committees, five thousand dollars each, and this ,,mv;¤0_ shall be in lieu of all other compensation for such services in reporting xix-~10