154 FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. 1. UH. 287. 1870. soap, tacks, wall-paper, and the other miscellaneous expenses required for the current and ordinary business of the Department, and for repairs of machinery, baskets spittoons, files, water-coolers, tumblers, icepicks, bowls and pitchers, traps, thermometers, vent1lators,_towels, awnings and fixtures, alcohol, window shades and fixtures, 'WIIB screens, hemming towels, axes, bellows’, chisels, canvas, candlesticks, door and win- ‘ dow fasteners, bells, and bell-pulls, hammers, mallets, leather, gum, and other belting, stencil-plates, tools, whetstones, wire, and zinc, and other absolutely necessary expenses, fifteen thousand dollars. . INDEPENDENT TREASURY. New York- Office of the assistant treasurer at New Y0rk:—For assistant treasurer, eight thousand dollars; for deputy assistant treasurer, ' three thousand six hundred dollars; cashier and chief clerk, four thousand dollars; chief of coin division, three thousand six hundred dollars; chief of note-paying division, three thousand dollars; chief of notereceiving division, two thousand eight hundred dollars; chief of check division, two thousand eight hundred dollars; chief of registered interest division, two thousand six hundred dollars; chief of cou- · pon interest division, two thousand four hundred dollars; chief of fractional currency division, two thousand four hundred dollars; chief of bond division, two thousand two hundred and ilfty dollars; chief of cancelled check division, two thousand dollars; two clerks at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars, each; six clerks at two thousand one hundred dollars each ; ten clerks, at two thousand dollars each; nine clerks, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; four clerks at one thousand seven hundred dollars each; four clerks, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; two clerks, at one thousand Eve hundred dollars each; ten clerks, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; three clerks at one thousand two hundred dollars each; five messengers, at one thousand three hundred, dollars each; onemessenger, one thousand two hundred dollars; keeper of building, one thousand eight hundred dollars; chief detective, one thousand eight hundred dollars; assistant detective, one thousand four hundred dollars; three hallmen, at one thousand dollars each ; six watchmen, at seven hundred and thirty dollars each; one engineer, one thousand dollars, and one porter, nine hundred dollars; in all, one hundred and forty-eight thousand ive hundred and thirty dollars. Boston. OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT TREASURER AT BOSTON :-—For assistant treasurer, five thousand dollars; for chief clerk, two thousand ` seven hundred dollars; paying teller, two thousand five hundred dollars; chief interest clerk, two thousand ive hundred dollars; receiving teller, one thousand eight hundred dollars; first book-keeper, one thousand seven hundred dollars; second hook-keeper, “depositers” accounts, one thousand five hundred dollars; stamp and new fractional currency clerk, one thousand eight hundred —dollars; specie clerk, one thousand five hundred dollars; assistant spccie clerk, one thou- _ sand tour hundred dollars; two coupon clerks, at one thou and four hundred dollar each; fractional currency-redemption clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; receipt clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; assistant book-keeper, eight hundred dollars; money-clerk, one thousand dollars; assistant currency redemptiouclerk, one thousand one hundred dollars ; assistant currencymedemption clerk, one thousand dollars; messenger and chief watchman, one thousand and sixty dollars; two watchmen, at eight hundred and fifty dollars each; in all, thirty-four thousand two hundred and sixty dollars. Sw FM¤¤i¤¤<>- OFFIGE OF ASSISTANT TREASURER AT SAN Funncrscoz-For assistant treasurer, six thousand dollars; for cashier, three thousand dollars; lor bookkeeper, two thousand lll7B hundred dollars; for assistant cash- 1er, two thousand dollars; for assistant book-keeper, two thousand dollars; for stamp clerk, two thousand four hundred dollars; for one clerk

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