162 FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. GH. 287. 1876. Ordnance. BUREAU on OR1>NANoE For chief clerk, one thousand eight hun. dred dollars; draughtsman, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk of class three; two clerks of class two; one messenger; and one laborer; in all nine thousand five hundred and sixty dollars. ‘ For stationery, books and miscellaneous items four hundred dollars. cnnmneunnnnu BUREAU on Consrnncrron AND REPAIR. For chief clerk,one thou- B°P¤-**· sand eight hundred dollars, draughtsman, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk of class four; one clerk of class three; one clerk of class two· one messenger; and one laborer; in all, nine thousand nine hundred and sixty dollars. For stationery and miscellaneous items four hundred dollars. Steam Engineer- BUREAU on STEAM Encmnnnmc. For chif clerk, one thousand We- eight hundred dollars, one draughtsman at one thousand eight hundred dollars; one assistant draughtsman, at one thousand six hundred dollars; one clerk of class two; one messenger; and one laborer; in all, seven thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars. For stationery and miscellaneous items, seven hundred dollars. p.·.,,·;S;.,,,B and BUREAU on Pnovisrons Arm Gnormne. For chief clerk, one thou- Clothing. sand eight hundred dollars; one clerk of class four; two clerks of class ' three; two clerks of class two; three clerks of class one; one messengef; and one laborer, in all fourteen thousand seven hundred and sixty do lars. For stationery and miscellaneous items, four hundred dollars. i M cd i c ine and BUREAU OF MED101NE AND SURGERY. For chief clerk one thousand S“*¤°"F· eight hundred dollars ; one•clerk of class three · one messenger; and one · laborer in all, four thousand nine hundred and sixty dollars. For stationery and miscellaneous items, one hundred dollars. Superintendent For one superintendent of the building occupied by the Navy De- °f l¤“l‘h¤K· partment and for five watchmen and two laborers; in all five thousand two hundred and ninety dollars. Miscellaneous_ For incidental labor, fuel lights and miscellaneous items lor said building, five thousand dollars. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR- Salaries, etc. For compensation of the Secretary of the Interior, eight thousand dol- _ S¤·<= ¤‘<>*¤*y’¤ 0** lars; assistant secretary, three thousand five hundred dollars; chief “°°· clerk, two thousand Eve hundred dollars; eight clerks of class four, who may be paid two hundred dollars additional if the Secretary of the Intcrior deem it necessary and proper; five clerks of class three; five clerks of class two ; Eve clerks of class one, one of whom shall be the telegraph-operator of the Department; three copyists; two messengers; two a sistant messengers; and four laborers; in all, fifty nine thousand seven hundred dollars. _ ‘ For ecretary to sign patents for public lands, one thousand five hundred dollars. · For one captain of the watch, one thousand dollars; and twenty-eight watchmeu to be allotted to day or night service, as the Secretary of the Interior may direct, twenty thousand one hundred and sixty dollars. .For stationery, furniture, advertising, telegraphing, ice, and miscellaneous items, including new books and books to complete broken sets, and cases and maps for library, ten thousand dollars. For expenses of packing and distributing official documents, including salary of superintendent, six thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. For rent of buildings for use of the Pension-Oiiice and for the Bureau of Education, fourteen thousand dollars: Provided, That if the Secretary Lease of fire- of the Interior can procure a tire proof building of suitable accommoproof building for dations, for a rent not exceeding the sum hereby appropriated, he shall P°“‘“°“‘0m°°· rent the same, to take effect so soon as the present letting can be legally Proviso. terminated: And provided, That the lease of the present buildings shall be continued if the said buildings shall be made fire proof by the owners thereof to the satisfaction of the said Secretary within six months from the passage of this act without disturbing the use of the said building;
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