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FIFTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 174. 1894. 195 who shall be surgeons of education, skill, and experience in their pro- ' fession, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; twelve chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; law clerk, two thousand dollars; sixty principal examiners, at two thousand dollars each; twenty- four assistant chiefs of division, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; three stenographers, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; seventy-seven clerks of class four; ninety-seven clerks of class three; three hundred and seventy-five clerks of class two; four hundred and eighty clerks of class—one; three hundred and thirty-seven clerks, at one thousand dollars each; one superintendent of building, one thousand four hundred dollars; two engineers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; two hundred copyists; thirty-three messengers; twelve assistant messengers; twenty messenger boys, at four hundred dollars each; one painter, skilled in his trade, nine hundred dollars; one cabinetmaker, skilled in his trade, nine hundred dollars; one captain of the watch, eight hundred and forty dollars; three sergeants of the watch, at seven hundred and fifty dollars each; twenty watchmen; three iiremen; twenty-five laborers; five female laborers, at four hundred dollars each; and iitteeu charwomen; in all, two million two hundred and ninety-one thousand six hundred and ten dollars. . For per diem, when absent from home and travelling on duty outside Pep diem, sm., in the District of Columbia, for special examiners or other persons "°“"““"°"“· employed in the Bureau of Pensions, detailed for the purpose of making special investigations pertaining to said Bureau, in lieu of expenses for subsistence, not exceeding three dollars per day, and for actual and necessary expenses for transportation and assistance, and any other necessary expenses, including telegrams, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars: Provided, That two special examiners, or clerks, detailed ·P··q¤@¤¤- _ and acting as chief and assistant chief of the division of special exam- ,,g`;§‘§{'Q‘},§§§§f#“*· iners, may be allowed, from this appropriation, in addition to their salaries and in lieu of per diem and all expenses for subsistence, a sum jlkpennes. sufficient to make their annual compensation two thousand dollars and one thousand eight hundred dollars, respectively, and whenever it may be necessary for either of them to travel on official business outside the District of Columbia by special direction of the Commissioner, -he shall receive the same allowance in lieu of subsistence and for transportation as is herein provided for special examiners and detailed clerks engaged in Held service. For an additional force of one hundred and fifty special examiners A<\<1i¤¤¤¤1 mem! for one year, at a salary of one thousand three hundred dollars each, °‘“"‘i"°"' one hundred and ninety-tive thousand dollars; and no person so appointed shall be employed in the State from which he is appointed; and any of those now employed in the Pension Office or as special examiners may be reappointed if they be found to be qualified. Uwrrnn Scrxrns Pxrnncr Orricns For the Commissioner of the P¤*•¤¤*0¤¢·· Patent Office, five thousand dollars; Assistant Commissioner, who shall pertbrm such duties pertaining to the office of Commissioner as may be assigned to him by the Commissioner, three thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; two law clerks, at two thousand dollars each; three examiners in chief, at three thousand dollars each; examiner of interferences, two thousand five hundred dollars; thirty-two principal examiners, at two thousand live hundred dollars each; thirty-four first assistant examiners, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; thirty-eight second assistant examiners, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; forty-three third assistant examiners, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; fifty- two fourth assistant examiners, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; financial clerk, two thousand dollars, who shall give bonds in such amount as the Secretary of the Interior may determine; librarian, two thousand dollars; three chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; three assistant chiefs of division at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; five clerks of class four, one of whom shall act