FOBTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I1. Ch. 102. 1877. 295 neer, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars; three assistant engineers, at one thousand four hundred and forty dollars each; assistant engineer in charge of the elevator, one thousand four hundred and forty dollars; conductor of elevator, twelve hundred dollars; messenger V in charge of store-room, one thousand two hundred dollars; two firemen, at one thousand and ninety-five dollars each ; three laborers in the engineer’s department, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; eight skilled laborers, at one thousand dollars each; ten laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each ; twelve laborers, during the session, (which words, “ during the session," as used in this act, shall Meauingofwoms, be held to mean seven mouths,) at the rate of seven hundred and “.d“§}”g the 868- twenty dollars each per annum; to pay Kate‘Dodson, in charge of the °"}€,,,8 Dodson ladies' retiring room, seven hundred and twenty dollars; telegraph-on ' erator, during the session, seven hundred dollars; making, in all, one hundred and seventy nine thousand three hundred and sixty-six dollars and eighty cents. For contingent expenses of the Senate, namely: r ` For stationery and newspapers, (including five thousand dollars for Stationery and stationery for committees and officers of the Senate, and one hundred “°‘"P“P°”· dollars for postage-stamps for the Secretary of the Senate,) fourteen thousand six hundred dollars. For twenty seven clerks to committees, at six dollars per day during Clerks to oomthe session, thirty-four thousand three hundred and fort-y four dollars. ”“**°°S· For fourteen pages for the Senate chamber, three riding-pages, one Pages. page for the Vice Presidents room, and one page for the office of the Secretary of the Senate, at the rate of two dollars and fifty cents per day while actually employed, ten thousand eight hundred and thirty live dollars. For hire of horses and mail-wagons for carrying the mails, five thou- Horses and wagsand dollars. °¤8· For materials for folding, four thousand dollars. }W_¤*¤¤i¤l8 f<>r For iour folders, at not exceeding three dollars per day while actually f°,El;‘(§`érs employed, four thousand dollars: Provided, however, That any portion pmvimf of said sum may be used at the discretion of the superintendent for piece-work. · And the following prices may be paid for folding books, pamphlets, _ Prices for foldspeches, and the Daily Record, namely: For quarto volumes, not ex- mf-l· ceeding one cent per volume· for octavo volumes not exceeding one- "` half cent each per volume; for the Daily Record, not exceeding two dollars per thousand; and for' speeches, not exceeding one dollar per thousand. For fuel and oil for the heatingapparatus, ten thousand dollars; for Fuel, oil, eto. _ furniture and repairs of furniture, five thousand dollars; for packing- ` boxes, seven hundred and sixty dollars; for miscellaneous items, exclusive of labor, thirty thousand dollars; for cartage, seven hundred dollars; in all, forty-six thousand four hundred and sixty dollars. For reporting the debates and proceedings of the Senate, twenty-five Reporting dothousand dollars, payable in equal monthly installments. l>¤·i¤8· For expenses of compiling and preparing the Congressional Directory, Compiling Couto be expended under the direction of the Joint Committee on Public s‘¤¢>¤8i<>¤¤l itw- Prlnting, one thousand two hundred dollars. °'Y‘ CAPITOL Pomcn. For one captain, one thousand six hundred dollars; three lieuten- ¤=>1>i*<>iP<>U¤¢· ants, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; twenty-one privates, at one thousand one hundred dollars each; and six watchmen, at nine hundred dollars each; in all, thirty three thousand and seven hundred dollars, one half to be paid into the contingent fund of the Senate, and the other half to be paid into the contingent fund of the House of Representatives. _
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