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104 FORTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 176. 1868. Appropriation two hundred dollars; one fourth class clerk, (also a disbursing clerk,) two g;.£l¥l.D°` thousand dollars ; four clerks of the fourth class, seven thousand two hun- , dred dollars; five clerks of the third class, eight thousand dollars; three clerks of the second class, four thousand two hundred dollars; three clerks of the first class, three thousand six hundred dollars; one messenger, one thousand dollars; one assistant messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars; two laborers, one thousand four hundred and forty dollars. f°* l"“`°““ Of For compensation of civil engineer of the bureau of yards and docks, vmldsanddocksl two thousand dollars; chief clerk, eighteen hundred dollars; one clerk of the fourth clas, eighteen hundred dollars; two clerks of the third class, three thousand two hundred dollars ; one clerk of the second class, one thousand four hundred dollars ; one clerk of the first class, twelve hundred dollars; one draughtsman, fourteen hundred dollars; one messenger, one thousand dollars; two laborers, fourteen hundred and forty dollars. of equipment For the compensation of the chief clerk of the bureau of equipment ““d "°°'“‘°“‘g* and recruiting, eighteen hundred dollars; one clerk of the fourth class, eighteen hundred dollars; two clerks of the third class, three thousand two hundred dollars; three clerks of the first class, thirty-six hundred dollars; one messenger, one thousand dollars.. of ¤¤Vi8¤ti<>¤; For the compensation of the chief clerk of the bureau of navigation, eighteen hundred dollars ; one clerk of the second class, fourteen hundred dollars; one clerk of the first class, twelve hundred dollars; one messenger, one thousand dollars. wg gtgqgiczg For compensation. of the chief clerk of the bureau of ordnance, in place v0,_gm_' P_ g11_' of the assistant provided by section three of the act of July five, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, eighteen hundred dollars; one draughtsman,fourteen hundred dollars; one clerk of the second class, fourteen hundred dollars; one messenger, one thousand dollars; one laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; one laborer, five hundred and seventy-six dollars. efcenstrueticn For compensation of the chief clerk of the bureau of construction and re- Md "°l°“" i pair, eighteen hundred dollars ; one draughtsmameighteen hundred dollars ; one clerk of class four, two clerks of class three, two clerks of class two, seven thousand eight hundred dollars; one messenger, one thousand dollars; one laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars. 0* S¥°=¤¤ °¤· For compensation of the chief clerk of the bureau of steam engineering, gl"°°m`g eighteen hundred dollars; one draughtsmun, fourteen hundred dollars; one clerk of the second class, fourteen hundred dollars; one assistant draughtsman, twelve hundred dollars; one messenger, one thousand dol- _ _ lars; one laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars. a¤gfct’;$£:;‘{”“ For compensation of the chief clerk of the bureau of provisions and ’ clothing, eighteen hundred dollars; one clerk of the fourth class, eighteen hundred dollars ; three clerks of the third class, forty-eight hundred dollars; six clerks of the second class, seven thousand two hundred dollars; three clerks of the first class, thirty-six hundred dollars ; one messenger, one thousand dollars ; one laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars. of medicine For compensation of the chief of the bureau of medicine and surgery, °‘“° °“rg°"yl three thousand five hundred dollars ; one clerk of the fourth class, eighteen hundred dollars ; one clerk of the third class, sixteen hundred dollars ; one messenger, one thousand dollars; one laborer, seven hundred and _ twenty dollars. &cC<§;l2g$;:;y Incidental and Oontingent Expenses of lhe Navy Department.-——O{Hce bm; of Sé°_ of the Secretary of the Navy, for stationery, labor, newspapers, and misremry of Navy. cellaneous items, two thousand eight hundred and forty dollars. B¤\‘<=¤¤ of Bureau of Yards and Docks. ——— For stationery, books, plans, drawings, yards and d°°k°l and miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars. sngfrggpgsgxget .Bureau of Equipment and' Recruiting.--For stationery, books, and ’ mrscellaneous items, seven hundred and fifty dollars. ¤f¤¤viz¤¤i¤¤· Bureau of N'avi_qat·i0u.——For stationery, blank books, and miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars.