FOBTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. C11. 141. 1883. 583 To supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the fiscal ear eightecn 1883- hundred and eighty-three, as follows: y g CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION. ciysi as-vm GOIDIIIISBIOII. For three commissioners, at the rate of three thousand five hundred Compensation. dollars each per annum; one chief examiner, at the rate of three thou- _ sand dollars per annum; one secretary, at the rate of one thou and six hundred dollars per annum; one stenographer, at the rate of one thousand six hundred dollars per annum; and one messenger, at the rate of six hundred dollars per annum; in all, five thousand eight hundred and - fourteen dollars and eighty cents. For necessary traveling expenses, incidental expenses, and additional Traveling o x· compensation to officers detailed as examiners, seven thousand dollars. P°”°°**· To enable the Secretary of the Interior to comply with the require- Rent or rooms ments of section four of the act approved January sixteenth, eighteen °*°· hundred aud eighty-three, entitled “An act to regulate and improve the civil service of the United States," five thousand dollars, and a suf ficient amount of said sum is appropriated to pay for the rent of suitable and convenient moms for carrying on the work of the commission · authorized by said act, in case such rooms cannot be assigned to said commission in any of the public buildings at Washington City. ’ To defray the expenses of the French and American Claims Commis· French and sion: For salaries, compensation and contingent expenses, to enable $;“°“€’°'¥ Clmms the government to fulfill its treaty obligations to France, as well as to mm1°°’°°‘ enable the counsel for the United State to take the testimony needed for gefepldiug the government against uniust claims, twenty-five thou- _ san o rs. · · To enable the Secretary of State to pay Mrs. Caroline C. Marsh; Caroline G widow of the late George P. Marsh, minister of the United States to :‘”'”h» P“¥m°¤* Italy, the balance of one year’s salary, said year to be reckoned from ' June twenty-third, anno Domini eighteen hundred and eighty-two; and ` to enable said Secretary to pay the necessary expenses of the funeral Payment or oxand burial of the late Mr. Marsh, and of erectin a suitable stone at P¤¤¤¤¤ of !l¤¤¤1‘¤! his grave in Rome, twelve thousand five hundred dollars, or so much $:0*:8: Q,' j;,:,: thereof as may be necessary. ‘ ,,;,,_ ' To enable the Secretary of State to pay E. J. Mallet, of New York, n.J.1nuo:,p•y- late consul general to Italy, his unpaid salary for the two years he ¤¤¤¤*· ¤>~ served as such consul-general six thousand dolIars· and to enable said Secretary to reimburse the oihcial expenses of consul-general, the sum of three thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary: _ Provided, That the Secretary of State shall, on examination, nnd this Promo. sum or any part thereof is legally due. _ · TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Pamczzury D¤- To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to transfer from the appro- T¤P¤fPr ¤F ¤1>· priations for ‘* Contingent expenses, Treasury Department, investiga- P'°P"”‘“°“'· tion of account: and traireling expenses, eighteen hundred and eighty- two,” a sum not exceeding two thousand dollars, and “Contingent expenses, Treasury Department, ice, and so forth, eighteen hundred. and eighty-two” a sum not exceeding four hundred and nity dollars, to supply a deficiency in the appropriation for “Contingent expenses, Treas-_ ury Department, freight, telegrams, and so forth, eighteen hundred and ei h -three. glloqenable the Secretary of the Treasury to transfer from the appropriation for “Contingent expenses, Treasury Department, gas, so forth, eighteen hundred and eighty-two," so much as may be required to supply a deiiciency in the appropriation for “Contingent expenses, Treasury Department, ice, and so forth, eighteen hundred and eighty three," not exceeding the sum of three thousand two hundred dollars. To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to transfer from the appropriation for “Contingent expenses, Treasury Department, gas, and so ~
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