78 THIR.TY—SECOND CONGRESS Sess. I. Ch. 108. 1852. 2d Comptrol- For compensation of the Second Comptroller, and the clerks and mcsl¢*’¤ <>m¤¤· ¤.·-mgm- in his officc, twenty-four thousand su: hundred and fifty dollars. m Au,Hm», For compensation of the First Auditor, and the clerks, messenger, omce. and assistant messenger in his officc, twenty-three thousand dollars. nd Auditorls For compensation of the Second Auditor, and the clerks, messenger, cme. and assistant messenger in his officc, thirty-four thousand eight hundred dollars. sd Auditor'; For compensation of the Third Auditor, and the clerks, messengers,
- >m¤°· and assistant messengers in his officc, fifty-uiuc thousand one hundred
Salary of a and fifty dollars. The salary of one of the clerics created by the act of clark raised. the twentieth of April, eighteen hundred and eighteen, and who is now 1818- °h· 87* acting as the assistant chief clerk in said oincc, being hereby increased to one thousand six hundred dollars per annum. T,,,,,:,,,,,,,, For compensation to temporary clerks employed in the officc of the clerks. Third Auditor, in making out ccrtincatcs of service from the muster rolls of eighteen hundred and twelve, and the several Indian wars, thirty- Pmmm five thousand dollars: Provided, That no clerk shall receive more than at the mts of one thousand dollars por annum under this act, except one whose salary shall be sixteen hundred dollars por annum, and four whose compensation shall be four dollars per day. 4,;, Audmm For compensation of the Fourth Auditor, and the clerks, messenger, office- and assistant messenger in his officc, twenty thousand four hundred dollars. sm Auditor'; For compensation of the Fifth Auditor, and the clerks and messenger °m°°· in his office, iiftccn thousand six hundred dollars. Trcusurofs For compensation of the Treasurer of the United States, and the °m°°- clerks and messenger in his officc, thirteen thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars. Ragistorls Gmc, For compensation of the Register of the Treasury, and the clerks, messenger, and assistant messenger in his officc, thirty thousand eight Solm-lcs. hundred dollars. Tho salary of three of the clerks created by the act 1818, ¤1i.s1. of the twentieth of April, eighteen hundred and eighteen, being hereby increased to one thousand dollars per annum. s05cm,,.,, umm For compensation of the Solicitor of the Treasury, and the clerks andamcsscnger in his offico, thirteen thousand eight hundred and fifty do rs. Commissioner For compensation of the Commissioner of Customs, and the clcrks g;f“°*°“‘$ °f‘ and messenger in his officc, sixteen thousand five hundred dollars. Temporary For the temporary employment of additional clerks in the Auditor’s ¤16rk¤- Officc of the Treasury for the Post-Oflicc Department, to compute post- 18°1*°b‘2°‘ masters? commissions, rendered necessary by the act of Congress reducing the mtos of postage, two thousand dollars. O'0ntzIngen&ewpenscs of the Treasury Departmnt.— _ n the officc of the Secretary of the Trcasu : of For labor, blank-books, stationery, scaling ships’ rcgigars, translating pnxtmcut. foreign languages, printing, advertising, printing tho public accounts, and Exim ¤l°Fk¤· extra clerk hire for preparing and collecting information to be laid before Congress, said clerks to be omploycd only during the session of Congress or when indispcnsably necessary to enable the Department to answer some coll mndc by either House of Congress at one session, to be an— swcrcd at another——and no such extra clerk shall receive morc than three dollars thirty-three and one third cents por day for the time actluully and necessarily employed- ten thousand tivo hundred and fifty 0 ars. For miscellaneous items, two thousand eight hundred dollars. lst Comptroi- In the officc of the First Comptroller; l"°m°°· For furniture, one hundred dollars. For_b1a.nk-books, binding, stationery, printing, and labor, two thousand and thirty-four dollars.