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FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 389. 1882. 233 twenty dollars; two porters, nine hundred dollars each; in ull, one hundred and sixtyeiglxt thousand and ninety dollars. OFFICE or Assrswnsr 'I‘maAsUmm Arr Prr11.ru>nLru1A.-For assist- Assistant umn. ant treasurer, four thousand five hundred dollars; for cashier and chief “f°’kEh‘::‘d°1Ph‘“· clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; bookkeeper, two thousand ilve ° u ’ ° ‘ _ hundred dollars; chief interest clerk, one thousand nine hundred dollars; chief 1‘6glSt0I'€(1-iDt01'0SlE clerk, one thousand nine hundred dollars; assistant bookkeeper, one thousand eight hundred dollars; coin-teller, one thousand seven hundred dollars; redemption clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars; assistant coupon clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars; assistant registered-interest clerk, one thousand five hundred dollars; assistant cashier, one thousand four hundred dollars; assistant eoin·tcller, one thousand four hundred dollars; receiving-teller, one thousand three hundred dollars; assistant receiving-teller one thonsand two huudred dollars; superintendent of building, one thousand one hundred dollars; four female ‘eounters, at nine lmndrcd dollars each; five watelnnen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; in all, __ thirty-ilve thousand one hundred dollars. Orman or Assxsrswr Tnmssnmm AT Ssmr LoUxs.—For assistant mistqnu treastreasurer, four thousand ilve hundred dollars; chief clerk and teller, ”{'°*· $**2** L°“*¤» two thousand ilve hundred dollars; assistant teller, one thousand eight ° °'k°’ ° ‘ hundred dollars; bookkeeper, one thousand five hundred dollars; ns- . sistant bookkeepcr and one clerk at one thousand two hundred dollars each; messenger, one thousand dollars; four watchmen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; in all, sixteen thousand Eve hundred and en Harm

 01* A58i'.!.!!'   LT SAN F1u1\*c1sc0.-For assist- Assistant mmout treasurer, hve thousand five hundred dollars; cashier, three thou- :;;*3 §{;';ks1"{;’é

sand dollars; bookkeeper, two thousand ilve hundred dollars; one chief Mlm1g_ ’ ele';!?, two thousand four hundred dollars; assistant cashier, two thouss dollars; receiving-teller, two thousand dollars; assistant bookkeeper, two thousand dollars; c0in—telle1·, one thousand eight huddred dollars; one clerk, one thonsnlnd eight lxnudred dollars; one clerk, one thousand four hundred dollars; one mcuepgerzgght hundred and forty dollars; and four wotehmen atsevenhnndred twenty dollarseaeh; _ , . in all, twentyeight thousand one hundred and twenty dollars; . For compensation to special agents to exonnne the books,_:neeounts, ulrlrpwy of ¤¤· and money on hand at the several sulrtreasumes and depositones, an- ‘$°" elnding national banks acting as depositornes under the reqmrements of section thirty-six hundred und il .y-three of the reused Statutes of B- $-3653, 719- the United States, four thousand dollars, _ For checks and cheek-books for disbursing ofheers and others, and cheeks, cheek- ¤er®cstes of deposit for odlces of the Treasurer and asmstont tr¢·as— cb:?;?; {*152 <=¤¥:-ifinrers and designated depositaries, thirteen thousand dollars. P°“‘ V UKITED STATES muws AND 4ssAY-0FFIcEs. oullcishtsnnd assay- Onvrcn or rm Drnmcron.-For Director, four thousand tlve hun- nnmorormsus, dred dollars · examiner, two thousand three hundred dollars; computer, ¤¤‘i¤¢¤» ¢=l<¤k¤.¤*·¤· two thousand twolmndred dollars; assoyer, two thousand two hundred dollars; adjuster of accounts, two thousand dollars; two clerks of class three; one clerk of class two; two clerks of class one;1one translator, one thousand two hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand dollars; one messenger; one assistant messenger; two copyrsts; one helper in laboratory, eight hundred and forty ollars; one helper, at three hundred and sixty dollars; in all twenty-six thousand nine hundred and dusty dollars; _ contingent or For contingent expenses of the Bureau of the Mint, to be expended under the direction of the Director, namely: For assay-laboratory; ’°“'°“‘v chemicals, fuel materials, and other necesszmes, one thousand dollars, for examination of mints, expenses in vunting the mints ond assay-odlces tbr the pnrpon of snperlntending the annual settlements and for special