406 FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 182. 1879. the property known as “Edgewood”, of the estate of the late Chief Justice of the United States, Salmon P. Chase, and all the buildings, grounds, and property appurtenant thereto, and used in connection therewith, in the District of Columbia, shall be exempt from any and Fromm. all taxes or assessment, national, municipal, or county: Provided, That such exemption shall continue only until the thirtieth day of June, anna Domini, eighteen hundred and eighty; and all taxes, together with the interest and penalties now due and unpaid, upon said property, shall be, and they hereby are, remitted. Inspectorofgads Inspector’s of gas and meters, office: One inspector, two thousand °m°<>· dollars; one assistant inspector, one thousand dollars; in all, three thousand dollars. Assessofsomce. Assessor’s office: Two clerks at one thousand two hundred dollars each, two thousand four hundred dollars; one messenger, at one dollar and fifty cents per day, four hundred and sixty nine dollars and fifty cents; contingent expenses, including books, stationery, printing, temporary clerks, and so forth, four thousand three hundred and eighty dollars and fifty cents; in all, seven thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. Harbor master, Harbor master of Georgetown, eighty dollars; sealer of weights and °*°· measures, eighty dollars; in all, one hundred and sixty dollars. Engineer-boffice. Engineers onice: One chief clerk, one thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars; one clerk, one thousand fom- hundred and forty dollars; nve clerks, at one thousand two hundred dollars each, six thousand dollars; one clerk, nine hundred and sixty dollars; one clerk, nine hundred dollars; one clerk, seven hundred and twenty dollars; one clerk, at three dollars and twenty cents per day, one thousand and one dollars and sixty cents; one clerk at three dollars per day, nine hundred and thirty nine dollars; one computing engineer, two thousand four hundred dollars; one draughtsman, one thousand dollars; one leveller, one thousand six hundred dollars; two levellers, at four dollars per day each, two thousand five hundred and four dollars; two rodmen, at seven hundred and eighty dollars each, one thousand five hundred and sixty dollars; one axeman, at two dollars per day, six hundred and twenty six dollars; one axeman, six hundred dollars; one inspector of asphalt pavements, two thousand four hundred dollars; one inspector, one thousand four hundred and forty dollars; one inspector, at two dollars and fifty cents per day, eight hundred and eighty two dollars and fifty cents; eleven inspectors, at four dollars per day each (employed for six months), six thousand eight hundred and eighty six dollars; two overseers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each, two thousand four hundred dollars; one overseer, nine hundred and sixty dollars; one overseer, at four dollars per day, one thousand two hundred and nity two dollars; one superintendent of property, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one watchman at property yard, seven hundred and twenty dollars; two watchmen at property yard at one dollar and fifty cents per day each, one thousand and ninety five dollars; one inspector of fuel, at two dollars per day, six hundred and twenty six dollars; one janitor of public buildings, seven hundred and twenty dollars; two watchmen at public buildings, at six hundred dollars each, one thousand two hundred dollars; one laborer, six hundred dollars; one laborer, tour hundred and eighty dollars; one laborer, at one dollar and twenty five cents per day, three hundred and ninety one dollars and twenty Eve cents; one laborer, at one dollar and fifty cents per day, four hundred and sixty nine dollars and fifty cents; one superintendent of permits, one thousand four hundred dollars; one sewertapper, one thousand dollars; two messengers, at six hundred dollars each, one thousand two hundred dollars; one messenger, five hundred and forty dollars; one driver, six hundred dollars; contingent expenses, books, stationery, and so forth, four thousand nine hundred and twenty seven dollars and fifteen cents; in all, fifty three thousand eight hundred and forty dollars.