Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 33 Part 1.djvu/179

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FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 716. 190-l. 91 shall be appointed by the chairmen, respectively, of said committees, and shall perform under the direction of the Doorkeeper all of the duties heretofore required of messengers detailed to said committees by the Doorkeeper; in all, ninety-five thousand six hundred dollars. For an assistant clerk to each of the Committees on Military Affairs, Naval Affairs, and Invalid Pensions, at six dollars per day each during the session, two thousand one hundred and seventy-eight dollars. For eleven clerks to committees, at six dollars each per d y during ,e§:°;§;,gg °°’”'”“‘ the session, seven thousand nine hundred and eighty-six dollars. ’ ' Orman or Snnemur-Ar-Anus: For Sergeant-at—Arms of the House Sergeant-an-Arms. of Representatives, four thousand Iivehundred dollars; deputy to the d°°°ty'°t°' Sergeantat-Arms, two thousand dollars; cashier, three thousand dollars; paying teller, two thousand one hundred and fifty dollars; bookkeeper, one thousand eight hundred dollars; assistant bookkee er, one thousand two hundred dollars; messenger, one thousand two hundred dollars; two clerks in charge of pairs, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; page, seven hundred and twenty dollars; and skilled laborer, eight undred and forty dollars; in all, twenty thousand two hundred and ten dollars. Ormon or Doonxnnrnn: For Doorkeeper, three thousand five hun- mQ¤gg¤>¤r>°*- ¤S¤i¤*· dred dollars; hire of horses, feed, repair of wagon and harness, one ’ ` thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary; assistant doorkeeper, and Department messenger, at two thousand dollars each; one special employee, John T. Chancey, one thousand five hundred dollars; one special employee, one thousand five hundred dollars; clerk to Doorkeeper, and janitor at one thousand two hundred dollars each; thirteen messengers, includingl the messenger to the reporters’ gallery, M°¤•=¤8°¤· at one thousand two hundred ollars eaeh· thirteen messengers, at one thousand dolbrs each; messenger to the Speaker’s table, one thousand . dollars; fourteen messengers on the soldiers’ roll, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; twelve laborers, at seven hundred and twenty I·¤l>°¤¤* dollars each; two laborers in the water-closet, at seven hundred and — twenty dollars each; ten laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; one laborer, six hundred dollars; eight laborers, known as cloakroom men, at fifty dollars per month eacli; female attendant in ladies’ retiring room, seven hundred and twenty dollars; su erintend- ,_,E§§{§‘§l‘f,{§fi§{§ °l ent of folding room, two thousand dollars; five clerks in folding room, one at one thousand eight hundred dollars, and four at one thousand two hundred dollars each; foreman, one thousand five hundred dollars; messenger, one thousand two hundred dollars; page, five hundred dollars; laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; nine folders, at nine hundred dollars each; five folders, at eight hundred and forty dollars each; eighteen folders, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; night watchman, nine hundred dollars; driver, six hundred dollars; assistant driver, six hundred dollars; two chief pages, at nine Panshundred dollars each; forty-three pages, during the session, including two riding pa es and two telephone pages, and ten pages for duty at the entrances to the Hall of the ouse, at two dollars and fifty cents per day each, thirteen thousand and seven dollars and fifty cents; horse ° and buggy for De rtment messenger, two hundred and fifty dollars; superintendent ofpldocument room, two thousand dollars; assistant dc§c‘g{,'*,{;‘${)*j,*x*j,'j'_;,cf’* superintendent of document room, one thousand eight hundred dollars; six assistants in document room, one at one thousand six hundred dollars, two at one thousand four hundred dollars each, one at one thousand two hundred dollars, and two at one thousand dollars each; in all, one hundred and fifty thousand and thirtv—seven dollars and fifty cents. For employment of Joel Grayson in document room, one thousand ·’°°l G*¤Y*°¤· eight hundred dollars. _ _ lor the following minority employees authorized and named in the “*”°'*‘F°'”P*°F°°* resolution adopted by the House of Representatives November ninth,