FOBTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Cir. 130. 1881. 395 three copyists, at nine hundred dollars each; two assistant messengers; and four laborers; in all, twenty-six thousand one hundred and thirty dollars. Ornron or Linn-sAv1No Snnvrcn.-For General Superintendent of General siipoiiiithe Life-Saving Service, four thousand dollars; assistant general super- *°¤‘l°¤*_"* '"·*f<>· intendent of the Life-Saving Service, two thousand five hundred dollars; g';';;;§ one principal clerk and accountant, one thousand eight hundred dollars; 0mm_' ' two clerks of class three; one clerk of class two; three clerks of class one; two clerks at one thousand dollars each; four clerks at nine hundred dollars each; one assistant messenger, seven hundred and twenty dollars and ope laborer; in all, twenty-three thousand four hundred and eig ty dollars. COMMISSIONER or INTERNAL Rnvnnnn.-For Commissioner of In- Commissioner or ternal Revenue, six thousand dollars; one deputy commissioner, three I¤*°"¤’*' R°"°¤¤<3 , thousand two hundred dollars; two heads of division at two thousand SEQ:,?' °l"k°"‘“ five hundred dollars each; live heads of division at two thousand two ` hundred and nfty dollars each; one stenographer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; twenty-three clerks of class four; twenty-six clerks of class three; thirty-six clerks of class two; twenty-one clerks of class one; thirteen clerks of one thousand dollars each; fifty clerks at nine hundred dollars each; tour assistant messengers; and ten laborers; in 311,1 two hundred and fifty-three thousand three hundred and thirty o ars. For salaries and expenses of collectors and deputy collectors, one Collectors and million nine hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars. d°P¤°5’ <>°U¢><=*<>¤‘¤- For salaries and expenses of agents and surveyors, for fees and ex- Salaries sim oipenses of gaugers, for salaries of storekeepers, and for miscellaneous I>¢¤¤<>¤»¤s¢¤*¤.¤¤P· expenses, two million one hundred thousand dollars. » "°V°"· g‘”“g“‘”· For dies, paper, and stamps, four hundred and forty-two thousand Dies, paver dollars; but not exceeding forty-nine thousand dollars of this amount “’““l°“· may be expended in the payment of persons employed in connection with the manufacture of paper and the production of stamps and their custody and issue; the engraving and printing to be done in.the Bureau of Engraving and Printing of the Treasury Department, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury: Provided, That Promo. the cost does not exceed the price paid under existing contracts. For detecting, and bringing to trial and punishment, persons guilty C0ml,*6¤¤¤·Fl_°¤ of violating the internal-revenue laws, or accessory to the same, in- d:,‘gg*£g“"f§ cluding payments for information and detection, seventy-five thousand v;,;,,,,;,,,, 0;-;,,,,,,, dollars; and the Commissioner of Internal Revenue shall make a de- ual revenue laws. tailed statement to Congress once in each year as to how he has ex- A¤¤“°·l ¤l*°·*°· pendecl this sum; and also a detailed statement of all miscellaneous Gxpcnditures in the Division of Internal Revenue for which appropria- ,,,;,,,,,,;;,,,,,0,,, M,. tion is made in this act. propriatious. For contin ent ex enses of the Treasury Department, namely: C°¤*i° ’°°*· °*· f For stationiry forithe Treasury Department and its several bureaus, l,3‘;';,“;,?,‘,f:£f?“““" orty thousand dollars. Items For postage required to prepay matter addressed to Postal Union countries two thousand dollars. For postage, one thousand five hundred dollars. _ _ _ For arranging and binding canceled marine papers, requ1s1tions, and other important records; sealing ships’ registers; newspapers, books, hand stamps, and repairs of the same, ten thousand dollars; and of this amtount not more than five hundred dollars may be used in the purc ase o current ublications. For investigatigns of accounts and records, including the necessary aravslinlg expenses, and for other traveling expenses, two thousand five un re dollars. d Eor freight, expressage, telegrams, and cartickets, four thousand 0 ars. For rent of buildings, seven thousand eight hundred dollars. _ For care and subsistence of horses for office and mail wagons, mclud-
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