$6FORTYTHIRD CON GBESS. Sess. I. Ca. 328. 1874. . keeper, two thousand five hundred and ninety-two dollars; postmaster to the Senate, two thousand one hundred dollars; assistant postmaster and mailearrier, one thousand seven hundred and twenty-eight dollars; two mail carriers at one thousand two hundred dollars each; superin- ‘ tendent of the document room, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars; two assistants in document room, atone thousand four hundred and forty dollars each; superintendent of the folding room, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars; three messengers, acting as assistant doorkeepers, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; twenty messengers, to be appointed land removed by the Sergeant-at-Arms, with the approval of the Committee to Audit and Control the Contingent Expenses of the Senate, at one thousand four hundred and forty dollars each; secretary to the Vice President, two thousand one hundred and two dollars and forty cents; clerk to the Committee on Finance, two thousand two hundred and twenty dollars; clerk to the Committee on Claims, two thousand two hundred and twenty dollars; clerk of printing records, two thousand two hundred and twenty dollars; clerk to the Committee on Appropriations, two thousand two hundred and twenty dollars; clerk to the Committee on Commerce, two thousand two hundred and twenty dollars; one laborer in charge of private passage, eight hundred and sixty-four dollars; one special policeman, one thousand dollars; Chaplain to the Senate, nine hundred dollars; chief engineer, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars; three assistant engineers at one thousand four hundred and ibrty dollars each; two firemen at one thousand and ninety-five dollars each ; three laborers, at seven hundred and thirty dollars each; making, in all, one hundred and thirty-six thousand six hundred and eighty dollars and eighty cents. · Kew D°d¤°¤· To pay Kate Dodson, employed under the Sergeant—at-Arms, for attending the 1adies’ retiring-room of the Senate, seven_ hundred and _ twenty dollars per annum. ‘ C°¤¤¤ awt °*· For contingent expenses of the Senate, namely: P°“"°“‘ For stationery and newspapers, (including five thousand dollars for stationery for committees and officers of the Senate;) fourteen thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. Cl¢>¤k¤ to <=¤¤¤¤¤i*· For clerks to committees, twenty-five thousand dollars. "°§,";\g“ For fourteen pages for the Senate chamber, two riding pages, one ' page·for the Vice Presidentfs room, and one page for the onice of the 'Secretary of the Senate, making eighteen pages in all, at the rate of two dollars and fifty cents per day while actually employed, said pages to Appointment and be appointed and removed by the Sergeant-at-Arms, with the approval ¤#¤¤¤v¤·l of 1>¤s¤¤~ of the Committee to Audit and Control the Contingent Expensesof the Senate, four thousand and fifty dollars. · Horses and mail- i For hire of horses and mail-wagons for carrying the mails, for horses W¤S¤¤¤· ‘ and wagons, and for one saddle horse for messengers, five thousand four hundred and seventy-tive dollars. Miw¢U¤·¤¢¤¤¤- For fuel and oil for the heating apparatus, ten thousand dollars; for furniture and repairs of furniture, nine thousand dollars; lor labor,- twelve thousand dollars; for folding documents, and materials therefor, nve thousand dollars; for packing- boxes, seven hundred and forty dollars; for miscellaneous items, exclusive of labor, fifteen thousand dollars. 0n1w0L POLICE. P ay of officers. For one captain, two thou and dollars; three lieutenants, at one £;;;’l**t°’* wd “'”·*°h‘ thousand six hundred dollars each; twenty-seven privates, at one thou- ‘ sand four hundred dollars each, thirty-seven thousand eight hundred dollars; and eight watchmen, at one thousand dollars each, eight thou-. sand dollars; making, in all, fifty-two thousand six hundred dollars, one zum s-im funds half to be paid into the contingent fund of the House of Representat<> be raid- tives and the other half to be paid into the contingent fund of the Senate: Provided, That whenever a member of the Capitol police or watch force is suspended from duty for cause, said policeman or watch
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