Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 32 Part 1.djvu/949

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884 FIFTY—SEVENTH CONGRESS, Sess. H. C11. 755. 1903. 0§;•g°'d“"°”“°“ REGORD AND P1¤Ns10N Ormom: For chief clerk, two thousand dol- ` lars; four chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; thirty-four clerks of class four; fifty clerks of class three; seventy-seven clerks of class ·two; one hundred and sixty-seven clerks of class one; thirty- five clerks, at one thousand dollars each; engineer one thousand four hundred dollars; assistant engineer, nine hundred dollars; two firemen; skilled mechanic, one thousand dollars; five messengers; thirty- five assistant messengers; messenger boy three hundred and sixty dollars; five watchmen; superintendent o building`, two hundred and fifty dollars; and seventeen laborers; in all, five undred and forty- three thousand nine hundred and seventy dollars; and all employees provided for by this paragraph for the Record and Pension Office of the War Department shal be exclusively engaged on the work of this Mwfétumnmd office for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and four: Provided, That conzmmuu-mum under the direction of the Secretary of War the Chief of the Record "°°°“‘l‘°°°‘ and Pension Office shall compile, from such official records as are in the possession of the United States and from such other authentic records as may be obtained by loan from the various States and other oilicial sources, a comdplete roster of the officers and enlisted men of the Union and Confe erate armies. 0E:\g;¤¤¤*G¢¤¤m’¤ Onion or rim ADJUnN·r-GENERAL: For chief clerk, two thousand dollars;` two chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; clerk to the Adjutant-General, one thousand eight hundred dollars; twelve clerks o class four; fourteen clerks of class three; thirteen clerks of class two; iift -eight clerks of class one; seven clerks, at one thousand dollars each; fbur messengers; eighteen assistant messengers; and three watchmen; in all, one hundred and sixty-five thousand and _ e' hty dollars. _ . ‘ 0m¤c;v¤¤¤¤·G¤¤¤¤’• )r·mcn or mn Iusracron-GENERAL: For one clerk of class four; ` two clerks of class three; three clerks of class two; two clerks of class one; one messenger; and one assistant messenger; in all, thirteen thousand one hundred and sixty dollars. Gj¤‘;g_§§6g‘§§P°°“‘ Orman on run JUDGE-Anvocarn-GENERAL: For chief clerk, two thousand dollars; one clerk of class four; two clerks of class three; one clerk of class two; three clerks of class one; one clerk, one thousand dollars; one copyist, one messenger, and one assistant messenger; in all, fifteen thousand four hundred and sixty dollars. S*¤¤•i°¤°°· Smruu. Ormca: For chief clerk, two thousand dollars; one clerk of class four; one clerk of class one; one messenger and one laborer; in all, six thousand five hundred dollars. m_2,¤5:gm¢¢c¤g¤¢¤*·G¤¤· Ormon or {rim QUABTERMABTEB-GENERAL: For chief clerk, two ' thousand dollars; eleven clerks of class four; nine clerks of class three; twenty-three clerks of class two; thirty-nine clerks of class one; eight clerks, at one thousand dollars each; six skilled typewriters, at one thousand dollars each; experienced builder and mechanic, two thou- - sand five hundred dollars; draftsman, one thousand eight hundred dollars; assistant draftsman, one thousand six hundred dollars; two assistant draftsmen, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; civil engineer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; assistant civil engineer, one thousand two hundred dollars; electrical en ineer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; two inspectors of su plies dor the Army at two thousand five hundred dollars each, to be seliacted and appointed by the Secretary of War; four messengers; nineassistant messengers; female messenger, four hundred and eighty dollars; two laborers· in all, one hundre and fifty-nine thousand three hundred and forty dollars. °:,9:=¤0¤,¤g;_Mrv·G¤¤- Orme}-: or 1*1-m CoMM1ssABY-GENERAL: For chief clerk, two thousand dollars; two clerks of class four; four clerks of class three; ive clerks of class two; eleven clerks of class one; nine clerks, at one thousand dollars each; two assistant messengers; two laborers; in all, forty-three thousand nine hundred and sixty dollars.