roivrrsnvnncru oonennss. snss. u. on. 143. 1883. 633 That a joint commission consisting of three Senators to be appointed _ Joint C¤¤z¥¤¤¤- by the Presiding officer of the Senate, and three members elect of the ’°““1, Q°";‘}"“:,° Forty-eighth Congress to be appointed by the Speaker of the House 2§,.,,°°'6:;T°2fS6,$atQ of Representatives shall during the recess of Congress consider the an•1’House. question of the salaries and compensation of the officers and employees of the Senate and House respectively and also the number of such employees necessary for the official transaction of the business of the two Houses and shall report to the two Houses on the second Monday of December next their conclusions, with reference to the whole subject, and shall recommend legislation respecting the same if in their judgment any legislation is necessary For additional expenses of the folding-room to January first, eighteen Folding. hundred and eighty-four, namely: For rent of building, five hundred dollars; feed for horses, one hundred and twenty dollars; salary of driver, three hundred dollars; salary of night watchman, four hundred and fifty dollars; repairs, iitiy dollars; in all, one thousand four hundred and twenty dollars. To pay Frederick W. Steigelman, being the difference between his Frederick W. salary at one thousand dollars and that of a messenger at one thousand Swigelmautwo hundred dollars per annum, from July iirst eighteen hundred and eighty-two, to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, two hundred dollars, the same to be immediately available; but this appropriation shall not be construed as an increase of said salary. ’ And to pay John R. Christy, being the diiference between his salary Jenn 11, christy. at one thousand dollars and that of a messenger at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum from July first, eighteen hundred and eighty- two to June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, two hundred dollars, the same to be immediately available; but this appropriation shall not be construed as an increase of said salary. To pay to James C. Courts, assistant clerk of the Committee on Appro- James C. Courts. priations, for additional compensation, nine hundred dollars. _ Approved, March 3, 1883.
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