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680 FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. SEss. III. Ch. 297. 1905. amount one hundred dollars may be expended for the purchase of atlases, geographical and technical works, needed in the topographer’s office. · P08B8E. For postage stamps for correspondence addressed abroad which is not exempt from postage under article eight of the Paris convention of the Universal Postal Union, five hundred and fifty dollars. . ,,cQ°P°“”’°“* °’ ·'“" i DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. ,§“>`°fA,,‘,,,‘°,’¤“°Y‘G°"‘ (irrrcm or me Artrommr-GENERAL: FOI' compensation of the iorlégnenl. cilisouc- Attorne -General, eight thousand dollars; Solicitor-General, seven thousand five hundred dollars; assistant to the Attorney—General, seven thousand dollars; five Assistant Attorne s-General, at five thousand dollars each; Assistant Attorne —Generalyof the Post-Oilice Department, four thousand five hundred, dollars; solicitor of internal revenue, four thousand five hundred doll3rs;,solicitor for the Department of State, four thousand five hundre dollars; two assistant attorneys, at ` three thousand dollars each; four assistant attorneys, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; assistant attorney, two thousand dollars; - assistant attorney, in charge of dockets, two thousand five hundred °‘°‘“· “°· dollars; law clerk and examiner of titles, two thousand seven hundred dollars; chief clerk and ex officio superintendent of the buildings, two thousand five hundred dollars; private secretar to the Attorne - General, two thousand five hundred dollars; confidential clerk to the Attomey-General, one thousand six hundred dollars; stenographer to the Solicitor-General, one thousand six hundred dollars; two confidential clerks, at one thousand six hundreddollars each; law clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; two law clerks, at two thousand dollars each; attorney in char e of pardons, two thousand four hundred dollars; disbursin clerk, two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; appointment clerk, two thousand dollars; live clerks of class four; eight clerks of class three; three clerks of class two; seven clerks of class one; telegraph operator and stenogra her, one thousand two hundred dollars; eleven clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; chief messenger, one thousand dollars; one messenger; seven assistant messengers; four laborers; three watchmen; engineer, one thousand two hundred dollars; assistant engineer, nine hundred dollars; three firemen; two conductors of the elevator, at seven hundred and twent dollars each; eight charwomen; superintendent of buildings, two hundred and fifty dollars; Division of accounts: Chief of division of accounts, two thousand five hundred dollars; four clerks of class four; live clerks of class three; seven clerks of class two; six clerks of class one; two copyists; one packer, eight hundred and forty dollars; in all, two hundred and eleven thousand six hundred and forty dollars. ` C°¤'~*°8°¤°“P°°*°*· Coxrmenxr nxrnxsrzs, Dm-Ammmsr or Jusrxomz For the following sums, which shall be so apportioned as to prevent deficiencies therein, namely: For furniture and repairs, two thousand dollars. , For books for law forary of the Department, two thousand live hundred dollars. For purchase of session laws and statutes of the States and Territories for library of Department, five hundred dollars. For stationery for Department, including office of the Solicitor of the Treasury and office of the Solicitor of the Department of Commerce and Labor, four thousand dollars. For miscellaneous expenditures, including telegraphing, fuel, lights, foreign postage, labor, repairs of buildings, care of rounds, books of reference, periodicals, and other necessaries, directhr ordered by the Attorney-General. thirteen thousand five hundred dollars.