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102 FORTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. II. OH. 176. 1868. A1§¤‘<>pY¥¤¢i<>¤ For seven clerks of class three, eleven thousand two hundred dollars, fgQyf:.‘Q2§;°' For three clerks of class two, four thousand two hundred dollars; eight clerks of class one, nine thousalnd tsixthundlréedl docllari; ogefmssigri. er one thousand dollars; one assis an , a eig un rc an or y o- lgarti ; one laborer, at seven hundred and twenty dollars; two assistant messengers, at eight hundred and forty dollars each, sixteen hundred and eighty dollars. ‘ ofsgjumut- Office of Adyumnt- General. — For three clerks of class four, five K°°°"· i thousand four hundred dollars; nine clerks of class three, fourteen thousand four hundred dollars ; twenty-seven clerks of class two, thirty-seven thousand eight hundred dollars. For forty clerks of class one, forty-eight thousand dollars. For three messengers, at one thousand dollars each, three thousand dollars. 0f¢1¤¤¤'l61'· Ojlce of Quartermaster-Ge¢zeral.—For six clerks of class {bur, ten m°°t°r'g°°°"“l; thousand eight hundred dollars. For twelve clerks of class three, nineteen thousand two hundred dollars. For thirty clerks of class two, forty-two thousand eight hundred dollars. For one hundred and eight clerks of class one, one hundred and twenty- nine thousand six hundred dollars. For thirty copyists, at nine hundred dollars each, twenty-seven thousand dollars. For one superintendent of the building occupied by the quartermastergeneral, two hundred dollars. For four messengers, at one thousand dollars each, four thousand dollars. For six laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each, four thousand three hundred and twenty dollars. Of P¤J’¤*¤¤*°*‘· Office of Paymasler- General. — For chief clerk, two thousand dollars. g°°°m]' For four clerks of class four, seven thousand two hundred dollars. For one clerk of class three, sixteen hundred dollars. 1863, cn. 59. For three clerks of class three, authorized by clause in the act of Feh- V°l· xii- P· 69** ruary twenty-fifth, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, four thousand eight gmk, mt to hundred dollars: Provided, That said clerks shall not be continued after be continued the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine. "‘f*°'· &°’ For twenty-six clerks of class two, thirty-six thousand four hundred dollars. For thirty clerks of class one, at twelve hundred dollars each, thirty- six thousand dollars. I For two messengers, at one thousand dollars each, two thousand dollars. ,,,2},,,,,,,.;,,,,;,,,, Ojicc of the Oommlssary- General. — For one clerk of class four, one foro ce or thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk of class three, one thousand

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' For fourteen clerks of class two, nineteen thousand six hundred dollars. For twenty-four clerks of class one, twenty-eight thousand eight hundred dollars. One messenger, at one thousand dollars. For two laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each, one thousand four hundred and forty dollars. °f ’“"8°°¤' Ojlce of the Surgeon- General. —- For one clerk of class four, one gw0m` thousand eight hundred dollars ; for one clerk of class three, one thousand six hundred dollars; for two clerks of class two, two thousand eight hundred dollars; for tlfteen clerks of class onefeighteen thousand dollars; for one (messenger, one thousand dollars; one laborer, seven hundred and twenty ollars.