Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 25.djvu/751

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706 FIFTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 279. 1889. salaries of Senators, three hundred and ninety-six dollars; hire of horse and wagon for the Secretary’s office, seven hundred dollars, or so much thereof as mav be necessary; chief clerk and financial clerk, at three thousand dollars each; principal executive clerk, principal clerk, minute and journal clerk, and enrolling clerk, at two thousand five hundred and ninet -two dollars each; assistant Enamcial clerk, two thousand four hundred dollars; librarian, two thousand two hundred and twenty dollars; assistant librarian, one thousand four hundred and forty dollars; five clerks, at two thousand two hundred and twenty dollars each; five clerks, at two thousand one hundred dollars each; keeper of stationery, two thousand one hundred and two dollars and forty cents; assistant keeper of stationery, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one assistant in the stationery- room, one thousand dollars; two messengers, at one thousand four hundred and forty dollars each; five laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; one page, at two dollars and fifty cents per day; in all, sixty-two thousand four hundred and eighteen dollars and ninety cents. ¤¤¤·*¤ ¤¤d.¤¤¤¤¤- Cnnmzs Aim Mnssnnenns ro Commrrrnnsz For clerk of ppinting °°"t°°°mmm°°°‘ records, two thousand two hundred and twenty dollars; cler to the Committee on Appropriations, three thousand dollars; assistant clerk to the Committee on Appropriations, two thousand two hundred and twenty dollars; messenger to the Committee on Apprgpriations, to be appointed by the committee, one thousand four hun r and forty dollars- clerk and stenographer to the Committee on Finance, two thousand five hundred dollars; clerk to the Committee on Claims; clerk to the Committee on Commerce, clerk to the Committee on the J u- diciary, clerk to the Committee on Private Land Claims, clerk to the Committee on Pensions, clerk to the Committee on Military Affairs, clerk to the Committee on Post—Offices and Post-Roads, clerk to the Committee on the District of Columbia, clerk to the Committee on Naval Ajfairs, clerk to the Joint Committee on the Library, clerk to the Committee on the Census, clerk to the Committee on Foreign Relations, clerk to the Committee on Public Lands, clerk to the Committee on Indian Aifairs, clerk to the Committee to Audit and Control~ the Contin ent Ex enses of the Senate, clerk to the Committee on Public Buildings and Grounds, clerk to the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, clerk to the Committee on Education and Labor, clerk to the Committee on Territories, clerk to the Committee on Rules, clerk to the Committee on Interstate Commerce, clerk to the Committee on Epidemic Diseases, at two thousand two hundred and twenty dollars each; assistant clerk to the Committee on Commerce, one thousand four hundred and forty dollars; assistant clerk to the Committee on Pensions, one thousand four hundred and forty dollars; and nine messengers, at the rate of one thousand four hundred and forty dollars mper annum, for the following committees, namely: Finance, Post—O ces and Post·Roads, Pensions, Claims, District of Columbia, Judiciary, Military Affairs, Engrossed Bills, and Foreign Pelations; in all, seventy-six thousand two hundred and twenty dollars. , m§;*'·§_:r$m*;:·A*¤¤ Omucz OF SERGEAN'1*·AT-ARMS AND Do0RKEEP11R : For Sergeant- ' at-Arms and Doorkeeper, four thousand five hundred dollars; horse and wagon for his use, four hundred and twenty dollars or so much thereof as may be necessar ; for clerk to Sergeant-at-Arms, two thousand dollars; assistant droorkeeper, two thousand five hundred and ninety-two dollars; and five hundred dollars additional while ’“°°° B°'°°**· the ofnce of assistand doorkeeper is held by Isaac Bassett, the aresent incumbent; acting assistant doorkeeper, two thousand five lumdred and ninety-two dollars; three messengers, acting as assistant ~ doorkeepers, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; twenty- eight messengers, at one thousand four hundred and forty dollars Siensenzers. each; assistant messenger on the floor of the Senate, one thousand