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462 FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. C11. 94, 95. 1883. Right vf repeal, Sec. 4. That the right to alter, amend, or repeal this act is hereby °*°-· '°°""°d· expressly reserved. And the right to require any changes in said structure, or its entire removal, at the expense of the owners thereof, whenever Congress shall decide that the public interest requires 1t,1s also expressly reserved. Approved, March 3, 1883. HAP. .— makin appropriations to rovide for the ex enses of the

 c G0vernfent}i>xi' idx? Districg ofpgoldlmbia for thepfiscal year ending Jgme thirticth,

eighteen hundred and eighty-four, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United District of co. States of America in Congress assembled, That the halt of the following k¤¤l>i¤·· _ _ sums named, respectively, is hereby appropriated, out of any money Al’P"°P““‘°““· in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, and the other half out of the revenues of the District of Columbia, for the purposes following, being the estimated expenses of the govern ment of the District of Columbia for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-four, namely: GENERAL EXPENSES. FOR SALARIZES Arm CONTINGENT EXPENSES. Commissioners. For executive office : For two Commissioners, at five thousand dollars each; one Engineer Commissioner, one thousand one hundred and sixty one dollars and fifty cents (to make salary five thousand dollars) ; secretary. one secretary, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars; one clerk, 01¤rk¤- one thousand five hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; one messenger, six hundred dollars; one driver, four hundred and eighty dolcontiugont ex- lars; for contingent expenses, including printing, books, stationery, www and miscellaneous items, two thousand six hundred dollars; in all, twenty-one thousand one hundred and toriyone dollars and fifty cents. Assessor, assist- For assessor’s office: For one assessor, three thousand dollars; two •¤¤· <=l¤¤k» nd assistant assessors, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; one li— °th°”‘ cense clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars ; one inspector of licenses, one thousand two hundred dollars ; one messenger, six hundred dollars ; . for temporary clerk hire, two thousand four hundred dollars·; for contingent expenses, including printing, books, stationery, detection of frauds on the revenue, and miscellaneousitems, one thousand dollars; in all, twelve thousand six hundred dollars. _ Collector, cash- For collector’s office: For one collector, four thousand dollars; one

f;m_;1°"k“+ ****1 mshier, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one bookkeeper, one thousand six hundred dollars; four clerks. at one thousand four hundred

dollars each; one clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; temporary clerks, one thousand seven hundred dollars; one messenger, six huncsmngwt sx- dred dollars; for contingent expenses, including printing, books, sta- Penses. tionery, and miscellaneous items, eight hundred dollars; in aH, seventeen thousand three hundred dollars. Audjgoy ,, ,, d For auditor and comptroller’s office: For one auditor and comptroller, compo-oueqcrerks, three thousand dollars; one bookkeeper, one thousand eight hundred etc. dollars; one clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars; three clerks, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; one clerk, one thousand two ‘ hundred dollars; one messenger, six hundred dollars; for contingent expenses, including books, stationery, and miscellaneous items, three hundred dollars; in all, twelve thousand seven hundred dollars. ·;-m,,,,,,,,,.,. 0],,,;,,, For temporary clerk-hire to enable the auditor to bring np the books and arrange the records of his office, and to audit the books of the col- , lector, two thousand five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be { necessary, which shall be available immediately.