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FOKTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. On. 102. 1877. 313 For secretary to sign patents for public lands, one thousand five hundred dollars. e. For one captain of the watch, one thousand dollars; and twenty-eight watchmen, to be allotted to day or night service, as the Secretary of the lnterior may direct, twenty thousand one hundred and sixty dollars. For furniture, advertising, telegraphing, ice, and miscellaneous items, including new books and books to complete broken sets, and cases and maps for library seven thousand dollars. — For expenses of packing and distributing official documents, (including salary of superintendent) six thousand two hundred and nfty dollars. For rent of one building for use of the Pension-Oiiice and for the Bureau of Education, fourteen thousand dollars. For fuel, light, and salary of the engineer, assistant engineer, six fireman, and repairs of the heating apparatus nfteen thousand dollars. For stationery for the Department df the Interior and its several bureaus and offices twenty five thousand dollars. For temporary clerks for the Department of the Interior, seven thousand dollars. GENERAL LAND-OFFICE.——]?O¥ the Commissioner of the General Land Gcnv rei Leu d- Oiiice, four thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; law O“‘°°· clerk, two thousand dollars; recorder, two thousand dollars; three priucipal clerks, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; five clerks of class four; twenty two clerks of class three; forty clerks of class two; seventy clerks of class one; one draughtsman, one thousand six hundred dollars; one assistant draughtsman, one thousand four hundred dollars; two messengers; three assistant messengers; eight laborers; and two packers; in all, two hundred and thirteen thousand six hundred and forty dollars: Provided, That the Secretary of the Interior, in his I’¤‘<>Vi¤<>· discretion, shall be, and he is hereby, authorized to use any portion of said appropriation for piece work, or by the day, month, or year, at such rate or rates as he may deem just and fair, not exceeding a salary of nine hundred dollars per annum. ' 1 For maps of the United States, (including paper,) four thousand dollars. For diagrams, furniture, and repairs of the same, miscellaneous items, including two of the city newspapers,to be filed,bound and preserved for the use of the office, for the actual expenses of clerks detailed to investigate fraudulent land-entries, trespasscs on the public lands, and cases of official misconduct, and for advertising and tclcgraphing, twenty-one thousand five hundred dollars. INDIAN OFFIGE.-For compensation of the Commissioner of Indian I,,,;;,,,, 0mm_ Affairs, three thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; five clerks of class four; eight clerks of class three; one stenographer, at one thousand six hundred dollars; thirteen clerks of class two; thirteen clerks of class one; six copyists, at nine hundred dollars each; one messenger; one assistant messenger; and one laborer ; in all, sixty nine thousand eight hundred and eighty dollars. For blank books, binding, fuel, lights, telegraphing, and miscellaneous items, including price lists, two newspapers, to be filed and bound, and preserved for the use of the office, three thousand five hundred dollars. ` PENSION-OFFICE,—Fof compensation of the Commissioner of Pen- Pension-omce. sions, three thousand six hundred dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; medical referee, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; twenty-six clerks of class four; fifty-two clerks of class three; eighty four clerks of class two; one hundred and twenty-two clerks of class one; one skilled mechanic, at one thousand two hundred dollars; twenty- five copyists, at nine hundred dollars each; one messenger, twelve assistant messengers; eight laborers; two watchman; one engineer, at one thousand two hundred dollars; and one assistant engineer, at one thousand dollars; in all, four hundred and forty-four thousand four hundred aud thirty dollars.