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TWENTY-SE VENTII CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch.202 1842. 523 Sn·rU·ra II. J AP. CCh.--.3n Act Ze alizin and maki u 'aliom or such. necessar Olzbjggls as have been usudlly imliuled in i}wngge££r?e?"approprfr;:`inn bills wither`; authority of law, and to and provide for certain incidental expenses of the Departments and qjices of the Government, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Srates of America in Congress assembled, That it shall be law- Employment {ul for the respective heads of the Departments of the General Govern. g};‘{,’P°"*‘*;“°(l** ment to employ or appoint the cflicers and persons hereinafter mention. Pm0f3i:,,,:,,,, Cd, in addition to those already provided by law, in the offices, bureaus, nfrer nqemicncd. and Places connected with their several Departments, and at the follow- “'·“h°'""d· ing annual salaries, that is to say; Stare Depart- ], In the Department of Statc.—One superintendent of the north- mem- _ _ cast Executive building, at two hundred and fifty dollars, and three watchman, at three hundred and sixty-five dollars each. — Tmmy Def 2. Lz the Treasury Department.-I11 the First Comptroller’s office, permrenr. one assistant messenger, at three hundred and fifty dollars. gaicegof the In the First Auditor’s office, one additional clerk, at one thousand m,}};; °mp’ dollars.1s: Auditor. In the Second Auditor’s office, one additional clerk, at one thousand 2d Auditor. dollars, until the second of April, eighteen hundred and forty»three. P°“»?· G5°· In the Third Auditor’s office, three additional clerks, two at one 3d Auditor. thousand one hundred and fifty dollars each, and one at one thousand dollars. In the Fourth Auditor’s office, one clerk at twelve hundred dollars. 4th Auditor. In the Fifth Auditor’s`oflice, two clerks, under the act of seventh 5th Auditor. July, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, at one thousand dollars each. cg“¥gg· 1838* '1‘he compensation of the clerk authorized by the act of May twenty- ·;i,m{lm·_ six, eighteen hundred and twenty-four, in the Treasurer’s office, is Mw 26, 1824. hereby increased to one thousand dollars; and the compensation of the ,836 clerk in the same office authorized by the act of July two, eighteen ch_270,’ ’ hundred and thirty-six, is hereby increased to one thousand two hundred dollars. In the ofliee of the Register of the Treasury, one loan clerk, (to Reggm,-_ take effect from fifteenth April, eighteen hundred and forty-two,) at one thousand four hundred dollars. In the office of the Solicitor of the Treasury, three additional clerks, s,,5c;m,._ at one thousand one hundred and fifty dollars each, and one law clerk, at fifteen hundred doll_ars. One superintendent of the southeast Executive building, at five hun~ Supermané'! dred dollars, and eight watchmen, at three hundred and sixty-five dol- md "°’“°hm°“' lars each. War Depart- 3. In the War Departmant.—In the office of the Commanding mw; General, one messenger, at five hundred dollars. gmce of the In the office of the Adjutant General, one messenger, at five hun- Gcggrgivdmg dred dollars. · Adj. General. In the office of the Commissary General of Subsistence, one uddi- Comrn’y Gen. tional clerk, at one thousand dollars, one messenger, five hundred dol- of S‘·‘bS**'°“°°- lars. _ _ In the office of the Commissioner of Pensions, one messenger, at 0;P¥,’;“$g:;"‘°' seven hundred dollars, until the first. day of January next, after which ' time there shall be two messengers only in said office, at a compensation of five hundred dollars each. Ch. {E , In the office of the Chief Engineer, one messenger at five hundred umlé ng" dollars. In the office of the Surgeon General, one clerk, at one thousand one Surgeon Genhundred and fifty dollars, and one messenger at five hundred dollars. °"I f In the office of the Colonel of Ordnance, one messenger at five hun- Oggfgfwf dred dollars.