FORTYFOURTH CONGRESS. Szss. I. Ch. 287. 1876. 149 For services of lithographer, and necessary materials for the litho- Lithogmpter, graphic press, one thousand five hundred dollars. °*°· For expense of editing, printing, binding, and distributing the laws _Editi¤g et<>.,¤e¤- gngcted by the first session of the Forty-fourth Congress, ten thousand "‘°“’* ‘““’“· 0 ars. For expense of editing, printing, binding, and distributing the laws gngcted by the second session of the Forty-fourth Congress, ten thousand o ars. TREASURY DEPARTMENT SECRETARY’S OFFICE.-For compensation of the Secretary of the Treas- Salaries. ury, eight thousand dollars; two assistant secretaries of the Treasury, at S°°*`*>*”·*Y’¤ 0***0**- iour thousand five hundred dollars each ; chief clerk and ex officio superintendent of the Treasury building, two thousand seven hundred dollars; one chief of division of warrants, estimates, and appropriations, two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; one assistant chief of division of warrants, estimates, and appropriations, two thousand four hundred dollars ; six chiefs of division, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; six assistant chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; twenty- three clerks of class four; two disbursing-clerks, at two thousand live hundred dollars each; stenographer to the Secretary, two thousand dollars; nineteen clerks of class three; eighteen clerks of class two; eleven clerks ot class one; twenty female clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; eight messengers; and twenty-eight laborers; one captain of the watch, one thousand two hundred dollars; one engineer, one thousand four hundred dollars; one assistant engineer, one thousand dollars; one machinist and gas-fitter, one thousand two hundred dollars; one storekeeper, one thousand two hundred dollars; sixty watchmen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each, and, additional to two of said watchmen, acting as lieutenants of watchmen, one hundred and eighty dollars each ; six iiremen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; seventy- hve charwonlen, at one hundred and eighty dollars each; in all, two hundred and eighty-one thousand three hundred and ten dollars. And the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby directed to consolidate Division ofloans the division of loans and the division of currency into one division; dm} j$""°“0Y °°“· and all work now done in either division shall be done in the consoli- S°M‘”°°d‘ 4 dated division, with the following employees, namely: one chief of division, at two thousand five hundred dollars; two assistant chiefs of lOl6c 0 P ¤ ¤ ¤ d division, at two thousand one hundred dollars each; ten clerks of class ° “" ‘“· four, and additional pay to three fourth-class ·clerks, namely, receiving- ‘ clerk of bonds and two bookkeepers, one hundred dollars each; six clerks of class three; three clerks of class two; four clerks of class one; thirty-five clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; six messengers, at eight hundred and forty dollars each; six laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each ; and six laborers, at two dollars and twenty- tive cents per day each ; in all, eighty-eight thousand six hundred and eighty-five dollars and fifty cents. SUPERVISINC ARCHICl‘ECT : In the construction branch of the Treas- C 0 n stru ction ury: For Supervising Architect, tour thousand five hundred dollars; b‘”"“°h· chief clerk, two thousand two hundred and nity dollars; photographer,, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; one principle clerk, at two thousand dollars; one clerk of class four; two clerks of class three; two clerks of class one; one clerk at nine hundred dollars; and one messenger; in all, twenty-one thousand one hundred and forty dollars. Fmsrr CoM1>rrf£oLLnn or rms Tanasunvz-Fmsr Comrcrnonnnn on Jfirst Comptrol- THE TREASURY z-For First Comptroller of the Treasury, five thousand ]°" “Om""· · dollars; deputy comptroller, two thousand seven hundred dollars; tour ohiets of division, at two thousand one hundred dollars each ; tour clerks of class four; ten clerks of class three; eight clerksrof class two; four clerks of class one; six clerks, at nine hundred dollars each ; one messenger; and three laborers; in all, sixty-three thousand seven hundred dollars.

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