Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 35 Part 1.djvu/916

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SIXTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 297. 1909. 899 thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; ten attorneys at three thousand dollars each; one attorney, two thousand five hundred dollars; one assistant attorney (now paid from the a propriation "enforcement of the antitrust .laws"), three thousanffive hundred dollars; two assistant attorneys, at three thousand dollars each; two assistant Assistant smmsys. attorneys, at two thousand seven hundred and rift dollars each; five _ assistant attorneys, at two thousand five hundred) dollars each; one assistant attorney, two thousand four hundred dollars; two assistant attorneys, at two thousand dollars each; attorney in char e of titles, two thousand seven hundred dollars; assistant examiner of titles, two thousand dollars chief clerk and ex officio superintendent of the buildings, two thousand five hundred dollars; su rintendent of buildings, five hundred dollars; private secretary andpiissistant to the Attorney-General, three thousand dollars; clerk to the Attorney- General, one thousand six hundred dollars; stenogra her to the Solicitor-General, one thousand six hundred dollars; two llsiw clerks, at two ¤1<>rk¤.¤¢c- thousand dollars each; two law clerks of class four; one law clerk in office of the Solicitor of Internal Revenue, two thousand dollars; attorney i11 charge of pardons, two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; superintendent of prisons, three thousand dollars; disbursing clerk, two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; appointment clerk, two thousand dollars; chief examiner, two thousand seven "hundred and fifty dollars; three examiners, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; four examiners, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars each; two examiners, at two thousand dollars each; " three examiners, at one thousand e' ht hundred dollars each; librarian, one thousand six hundred dollars; seven clerks of class four; · twelve clerks of class three; six clerks of class two; ten clerks of class one· telegraph operator and stenographer, one thousand two hundred dollars · six clerks, at one thousand dollars each; eighteen clerks, at nine hundred dollars each (including one now paid from appropriation "enforcement of antitrust law"); chief messenger, one thousand dollars; one packer, nine hundred dollars; five messengers; twelve assistant messengers; seven laborers; four watchmen; engineer, one thousand two hundred dollars; two assistant engineers, at nine hundred dollars each; four firemen; two conductors of the elevator, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; one head charwoman, four hundred and eighty dollars; twenty charwomen. Division of ac- Division or sccounts: Chief of division of accounts, two thousand five hundred dol- °°““'“‘ _ lars; chief bookkeeper and record clerk, two thousand dollars; three clerks of class four; four clerks of class three; six clerks of class two; five clerks of class one; two clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; in all, three hundred and seventy thousand three hundred and forty dollars. Coyrmonur EXPENSES, DEPARTNIENT or Jrrsrres: For furniture C°“°*"¥‘*“°“"¥‘°"*°"· and repairs, three thousand five hundred dollars. For books for law library of the Department, three thousand dollars. ' For purchase of session laws and statutes of the States and Territories for library of Department, five hundred dollars. For books for office o Solicitor of the Department of Commerce and Labor, three 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 four hundred do lars. For miscellaneous expenditures, including telegraphing, fuel, lights, forei postage, labor, repairs of buildings, care of grounds, books of regience, periodicals, typewriters, and exchange of same, and other necessaries, directly ordered by the Attorney—General, twenty-one thousand dollars. _