FIFTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 196. 1892. 22] ·thousand dollars; four assistant attorneys-general, at five thousand ··dollars each; one assistant attorney-general of the PostOflice Department, four thousand dollars; solicitor of internal revenue, four thou- .sand five hundred dollars; solicitor forthe Department of State, three thousand five hundred dollaz ; two assistant attorneys, at three thou- .-sand dollars each; three assistant attorneys, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; one assistant attorney, two thousand dollars; law clerk and examiners of titles, two thousand seven hundred dollars; ·chief clerk and ex-officio superintendent of the building, two thousand five hundred dollars; stenographic clerk, one thousand eight hundred ·-dollars; three stenographic clerks, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; two law clerks, at two thousand dollars each; four clerks of class four; attorney in charge of pardons, two thousand four hun- ·dred dollars; additional for disbursing clerk, two hundred dollars; three clerks of class three; three clerks of class two; six clerks of class one; one telegraph operator and stenographer, at one thousand ttwo hundred dollars; seven copyists; one messenger; five assistant messengers; four laborers; three watchmen; one engineer, one thou- .sand two hundred dollars; two conductors of the elevator, at seven hundredand twenty dollars each; eight charwomen; superintendent of building, two hundred and fifty dollars; and three iiremen ; in all, one hundred and twenty-eight thousand and ten dollars. For 00I1tlDg0Ilt GXPGIISCS of the D0p8Ttm€Hb, Il3.IDBlyZ Contingent ex- For furniture and repairs, one thousand dollars. ’°"°°“‘ For law books for library of the Department, one thousand five hun- ·dred dollars. ’ . ‘ For purchase of session laws and statutes of the States and Territories for library of Department one thousand dollars. For stationery, one thousand five hundred dollars. For miscellaneous expenditures, including tclegraphing, fuel, lights, foreign postage, repairs of building and care of grounds, and other necessaries, directlyordered by the Attorney-General, seven thousand · one hundred and sixty dollarse For official transportation, including purchase, keep, and shoeing of . animals, and purchase and repairs of wagons and harness, one thousand two hundred ollars. For the following force necessary for the care and protection of the DCGM ¤f ¤<>urt·1w¤¤¤. ·court house in the District of Columbia, under the direction of the' United States marshal of the District of Columbia: One engineer, one thousand two hundred dollars; three watchmen; three Bremen; four `laborers, at tour hundred and eighty dollars each; and six assistant messengers; in all, eleven thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars. OFFICE OF THE SOLICITOR OF rms TREASURY: For compensation Tsvliviwr of the —of the Solicitor of the Treasury, four thousand five hundred dollars; m"`"' assistant solicitor, three thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand ‘ dollars; three clerks of class four; three clerks of class three; four ·clerks of class two; one assistant messenger; and one laborer; in all, twenty-six thousand six hundred and eighty dollars. d For law books for office of the Solicitor of the Treasury, five hundred hw books- · ollars. mtlgor stationery for office of Solicitor of the Treasury, two hundred and S**°*°¤°’7- dollars. For warden of the jail of the District of Columbia, one thousand W¤¤i¤¤¤f.i¤¤ 0-0- eight hundred dollars. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR. I_£§,.P""“‘°“' °‘ For compensation of the Commissioner of Labor, five thousand dol- d¤g¤¤=gci¤¤i·>¤¤¤· hrs; chief clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; disbursing clerk, °r s' ° ' —one thousand eight hundred dollars; four statistical experts, at two zthousand dollars each; four clerks of class four, who may be statistical
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