446 THIRTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 166. 1867. languages, advertising, and extra clerk hire for preparing and. collecting information to be laid before Congress, and for miscellaneous items, ten thousand dollars. Additional For compensation of additional clerks who may be'employed by the °l¤¤‘k¤i &¤· secretar according to the exwencies of the ublxc service, and additional y D C · • P compensation for extra labor of clerks in his office, five thousand dollars. - Janitors. For janitors for the treasury department, fifteen thousand dollars. Contingent ex- In the office of the first comptroller: · glfyggjggsrgieg °*` For furniture, public documents, state and territorial statutes, and rl miscellaneous items, one thousand dollars. of 2d comp- l In the office of the second comptroller: °`°u°"i For contingent expenses of the office, one thousand dollars. of 1stauditor; In the office of the first auditor: For stationery, office furniture, and miscellaneous items, one thousand five hundred dollars. of 2d auditor; In the office of the second auditor: . For stationery, office furniture, and miscellaneous items, including two newspapers to be filed and preserved for the use of the office, twenty-five thousand°dollars. of tthauditor; In the office of the fourth auditor: For contingent expenses of the office, three thousand dollars. 0f6th auditor; In the office of the fifth auditor: n · For stationery, postage, furniture, and miscellaneous expenses, in which are included two daily newspapers, two thousand dollars. of auditor for In the office of the auditor for the Post-Ofhce Department: P0S:·0**;Q° D¤· For contingent expenses of the office, ten thousand dollars. Pagfniggugurer, In the office of the treasurer: For contingent expenses of the office, seven thousand dollars. of register; In the office of the register: For miscellaneous items, including office furniture, six thousand dollars. di miicitdi; Office of the solicitor of the treasury: For blank books, binding, stationery, labor, and miscellaneous items, and for statutes and reports, and for care of library, four thousand two hundred dollars. of commis- Office of the commissioner of customs:
- g<>¤§}* Of ¤¤5- For stationery, miscellaneous items, and office furniture, fitting up tiles,
m°’ and safe for depositing official bonds, five thousand dollars. of lighthouse Lighthouse board, viz: b°’·'di Focr miscellaneous expenses and postage, one thousand five hundred dollars. 0f cempffvllef Office of the comptroller of the currency: °f °“""“°l * For contingent expenses of the office, five thousand dollars. of commis- Office of the commissioner of internal revenue: $’°”“ °f mi"" For office furniture, maps, labor, miscellaneous items, and other continml revenue' gent expenses, Efty thousand dollars. _ Buena of sin. Bureau of Statistics. — For contingent expenses, namely, laborers, office ¢¤%_fs£im_m“x_ furniture, carpets, fitting up files, and miscellaneous items, four thousand 1mm_ ° dollars. _ i _ - . ’ _1u_inss and For the collection of statistics of mines and mimngs, fifteen thousand IIllI1lDgS. dollars. Stationery for For stationery for the treasury department and the several bureaus, g;llf;:1';"’“i '“‘d one hundred thousand dollars. __ Souihgast cx. For the General Purposes of the Southeast Executive Building, including ¢¤¤tiv¤b¤ildi¤g· the .E.z.·tens·ion.—- For compensation of twelve watchmen and eleven laborers of the southeast executive building, sixteen thousand five hundred and sixty dollars. .For-contingent expenses of said building, viz: for fuel, light, labor, and miscellaneous items, one hundred thousand dollars. For rent of buildings for the accommodation of clerks who cannot be accommodated in the treasury building, two thousand dollars.