186 FORTY-NIN TH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 827. 1886. Contingent cx- For contingent expenses of the Bureau of the Mint, to be expended P°”’“- under the direction of the Director, namely: For assay laboratory, chemicals, fuel, materials, and other necessaries, one thousand dollars; for examination of mints, expenses in visiting the mints and assayoihees tbr the purpose of superintending the annual settlements and for special _ examinations, two thousand five hundred dollars; for books, pamphlets, periodicals, specimens of coins and ores, balances, weights, and inci- Stmmc, of the dentals, five hundred dollars; and for the collection of statistics relative precious metals. to the annual production of the precious metals in the United States, four thousand dollars; in all, eight thousand dollars. _ _ Commissioner or Commssronnn or Iummzxr. Rnvmmn.-For Commissioner of In- I¤*°¤*¤l R°'°¤“°· ternal Revenue, six thousand dollars; one deputy commissioner, three thousand .two hundred dollars; two heads of division, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; five heads of division, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars each; one superintendent of stamp-vault, two thousand dollars; one stenographer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; twenty·i'our clerks of class four; twenty-five clerks of class three; thirty-four clerks of class two; twenty-tour clerks of class one; fourteen clerks, at one thousand dollars each; forty clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; two messengers; fourteen assistant messengers; and ' thirteen laborers; in all, two hundred and fifty~nine thousand one hundred and ninety dollars. $¤¤¤P·=¤z¤¤’¤¤· For two stamp-agents, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; and two counters, at nine hundred dollars each; in all, five thousand dollars, the same to be reimbursed by the stamp-manufacturers. - C¤¤¢i¤s¢¤t sx- For contingent expenses of the Treasury Department namely: penses, Treasury ’ Department. For stationery for the Treasury Department and its several Bureaus, S¤¤**°¤°1'5’· thirty thousand dollars. _ Postage. For postage required to prepay matter addressed to Postal Union countries, two thousand dollars. · For postage, two hundred and fifty dollars. . Binding, oowe- For purchase of material for binding canceled marine papers, requipovcrs. books. ¤f<=- sitions, and other important records; newspapers, law-books, and suitable books of reference; handstamps, and repairs of the same (and of ` the amount appropriated not more than four hundred dollars may be used in ,the purchase of current publications), two thousand five hundred dollars. Investigations. For investigation of accounts and records, including the necessary fraveling expenses, and for other traveling expenses, one thousand dollars. meigm, mc, For freight, expressage, telegrams, and telephone service, three thousand tivo hundred dollars. Rent. 1 501- rent of buildings, eight thousand six hundred and twenty-five n o ans. Horses and wg- For purchase of horses and subsistence of horses for office and mail ons. wagons, including shoeing, and for wagons, harness, and repairs of the same, four thousand dollars.
Mmm and For purchase of ice, three thousand five hundred dollars.
cases_ For purchase of iileholders and iile·cases, seven thousand dollars. Fuel. For purchase of coal, wood, engine oils and grease, enginehose and cotton waste, grates, grate·baskets and fixtures, stoves and fixtures ’ blowers, coal-hods, pokers, shovels, and tongs, ten thousand dollars. ’ Lights. For purchase of gas, electric light, brackets, candles, candlesticks drop-lights and tubing, gashurners, gastorches, globes, lanterns, matches, match-safes, and wicks, fourteen thousand dollars. 7 Carpets, etc. For purchase of carpets, oil-cloth, mats, matting, and repairs and for cleaning and laying of the same, by contract, seven thousand tive _ hundred dollars. mgIn;s¤•>U=r¤¤¤¤¤ Dor purchase of boxes, bells and bell—pulls, bookrests, chairs, chaircaning, chamcovers, cases, clocks, cloth for covering desks, cushions, tdeskg, leather for covering sofas, locks, lumber, rugs, screens, shelving or le·rooms, tables, turpentine, varnish, ventilators, wardrobe cabi-