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FORTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. IH. OH. 134. 1881. 46] cate for the total amount of taxes shown by said assessment. The original receipt shall be forwarded to the First Comptroller of the Treasury and the duplicate to the auditor and comptroller of the District of Coz lumbia. All tax bills shall be made up by the collector of taxes, and he shall be held responsible under his bond for all taxes, except such as he may not be able to collect after fully complying with the requirements of law; and there is hereby appropriated the sum of eighteen thousand dollars for defraying the expenses of said assessors office. For coliector’s office: For one collector, four thousand dollars; for Collector. necessary expenses of said office, six thousand dollars; in all, ten thousand dollars. For sinkingfund office: For two clerks, at one thousand two hundred Sinking-fund ofdollars each; for contingent expenses, including books, stationery, five. printing, and miscellaneous items, three hundred dollars; in all, two thousand seven hundred dollars. For coroner’s office: For one coroner, one thousand eight hundred Coroner, jurors, dollars; for contingent expenses, includin g jurors’ fees, stationery books, °*°· blanks, removal of deceased persons, making autopsies, and holding ilngluests, seven hundred dollars; in all, two thousand five hundred 0 ars. That hereafter a jury of inquest summoned by the coroner shall consist of six persons, and each of said jurors shall be paid one dollar a day for his services. For attorney’s oince: For one attorney, four thousand dollars; one A*¤*<>1‘¤<·>y Md assistant attorney, one thousand nine hundred dollars; one special °*h°”· . assistant attorney, nine hundred and sixty dollars; one clerk, nine hundred and sixty dollars; one messenger, one hundred and ninety-two dollars; for rent of office, three hundred dollars; for contingent expenses, including books, stationery, printing, and miscellaneous items, gvg hundred dollars; in all, eight thousand eight hundred and twelve o ars. For inspector of buildings’ office: For one inspector, two thousand I{¤§P°°*°* °* four hundred dollars; one inspector and draughtsman, one thousand bm d"‘g°’ °°°‘ seven hundred dollars; one assistant inspector, one thousand dollars; one inspector of plumbing, one thousand five hundred dollars; one messenger, four hundred and eighty dollars; for contingent expenses, including books, stationery, repairs to wagon, and miscellaneous items, gvelalhundred dollars; in all, seven thousand five hundred and eighty o s. i - For division of property office: For one superintendent of property, P¤>P61‘¤¥0m¤¤· one thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; one issuing clerk, nine hundred and sixty dollars; one inspector of fuel, seven hundred and twenty dollars; one watchman, seven hundred and twenty dollars; two watchmen, at one dollar and fifty cents per day each, one thousand and ninetydive dollars ; one mes— senger, six hundred dollars · one messenger, four hundred and eighty_dollars; four laborers, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; one Janitor, seven hundred and twenty dollars; one watchman, at six hundred dollars; for rent of property-yards, three hundred dollars; in all, eleven thousand one hundred and fifteen dollars. _ 1 For division of streets, alleys, and county-roads office: One superm- mf1*’;’j,f*;tyj(};gg» tcudent, two thousand dollars; one clerk, nine hundred dollars; three superintendent; Supervisors of roads, at nine hundred dollars each; m all, five thousand etc, six hundred dollars. For inspector of gas and meters office: For one inspector, two thou- g2g5g ¤f gas sand dollars; one assistant inspector, one thousand dollars ; in all, three '*” - thousand dollars. FOI` harbor-master at Georgetown, eighty dollars. ggsgzzmik For sealer of weights and measures, eighty dollars. and mmsumlg For engineer’s office: For one chief clerk, one thousand nine hundred E¤€1¤°°¥’¤°m°°· dollars; one clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars; one clerk, one