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THIRTY—-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 147. 1864. 155 nent, one hundred and fifty-eight thousand two hundred and twenty dollars. For compensation of twenty-five additional clerks, twenty thousand dollars. Uontingent Expenses of the Post- Ojiee Deparlnaent. —- For stationery, Contingent sx. fuel for the general post-office building, including fuel for the audit0r’s £';“*f;;l;L‘0· office, oil, gas, and candles, printing, repair of the general post-office P building, office furniture, glazing, painting, whitewashing, and for keeping the fireplaces and furnaces in order; for engineer, (for steam—engine,) laborers, watchmen, repairs of furniture, and for miscellaneous items, thirty-five thousand dollars. Department of Agriculture.—— For compensation of the commissioner Qepartment or of agriculture, chief clerk, one clerk of the fourth class, four clerks of *8“°“1*“'° the third class, four clerks of the second class, six clerks of the first class, an entomologist at an annual salary of two thousand dollars, a chemist at an annual salary of two thousand dollars, an assistant chemist at an annual salary of fourteen hundred dollars, a draughtsman at an annual salary of fourteen hundred dollars, a translator at an annual salary of twelve hundred dollars, two messengers at an annual salary of six hundred dollars each, and two laborers at an annual salary of four hundred dollars each, thirty-eight thousand dollars. For contingencies, viz :—- For stationery, wood, coal, gas, and miscel- ¤¤¤ti¤z¤¤¤ie¤— laneous items, three thousand Eve hundred dollars. For collecting agricultural statistics and information for reports, twenty agricultural thousand dollars. “""'*"“°'· For furniture, viz: Carpets, desks, and stoves, eight hundred dollars. For the purchase of a library and laboratory, four thousand dollars. Library and For purchase and distribution of new and valuable seeds, and for labor I“lé‘;f£'£°_ in putting up seeds, seed-bags, and bagging, fifty-four thousand dollars. ’ For compensation of superintendent of seed-room, at an annual compensation of sixteen hundred dollars, and for two clerks of the nrst class, tour thousand dollars. For contingencies of seed-room, viz: coal, gum, packing-paper, and miscellaneous items, three thousand dollars. For propagating garden, for propagation and distribution of valuable P]¤¤l¤ Md plants, cuttings, & shrubs, viz: For labor, for repair of old propagat- mmm8S` ing house, new propagating house, rebuilding shop, and for purchase of trees, cuttings, vines, and bulbs, teu thousand eight hundred dollars: Provided, That such trees, cuttings, vines, and bulbs so purchased, or Trees, plants, which shall be pmpagated, shall be such as are adapted to general culti- 8?·» *0 b¤;l1=*P*· vation and to promote the general interest of horticulture and agriculture 2,,,3:,§gl;;_ throughout the United States. For experimental garden on reservation number two, viz: For Experimental salary of foreman and laborers, three thousand dollars; for keep of a g"‘l°“‘ horse and stable, and for seeds, manure, tools, and miscellaneous items, two thousand dollars. Mnt of the United States at P}silade§nh·ia.—For salaries of the Mint atPhila» director, treasurer, assayer, melter and refiner, chief coiner and engraver, d°lPl“°· assistant assayer, and seven clerks, twenty-six thousand four hundred dollars. For wages of workmen and adjusters, one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars. For specimens of coins to be preserved in the cabinet of the mint, three hundred dollars. Branch Mm at San Francisco, Oalqfmmia. -— For salaries of superin- Branch at San tendent, treasurer, assayer, melter and reliner, coiner, and six clerks, F'““°’“°°• thirty thousand five hundred dollars. For wages of workmen and adjusters, one hundred and fifty thousand and fifty dollars.