786 FIFTYTHIRD CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 177. 1895. °°¤*i¤€•¤*•*P°¤°°·· For incidental and contingent expenses, five thousand dollars. _ _§:¤¤¤ry <·f :¤1•i¤¤ That the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized and required "' to establish at the United States assay office at Helena, Montana, a refinery for refining and parting gold and silver and for casting the same into bars, ingots, or discs. _ _ charges. That the charges for the e operations shall be fixed by the Duector of the Mint, with the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury, to equal, but not to exceed, the expenses thereof, and all provisions of law relating to the refineries of the mints and assay offices shall apply § the parting and refining of bullion at the assay office at Helena, ontana. N¤vY·>r1¤- Assxr onmcn AT Nnw Yoax: For salary of superintendent, four thousand five hundred dollars; for assayer, and melter and reiiner, at three thousand dollars each; chief clerk, assistant melter and reiiner, and weighing clerk, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; bookkeeper, two thousand three hundred and fifty dollars; warrant clerk, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; cashier, two thousand dollars; bar clerk. abstract clerk, and assayer’s computation clerk, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; assistant weigh clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars; register of deposits, one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; assayer’s iirst assistant, two thousand two hundred and nfty dollars; assayer’s second assistant, two thousand one hundred and ilfty dollars; assayer’s third assistant, two thousand dollars; in all, thirty-nine thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. W¤z¤¤· For wages of workmen, twenty-seven thousand five hundred dollars. ¤¤¤¤¤:¤¤¢¤xi»•¤•¤¤- For incidental and contingent expenses, ten thousand dollars. SaintLouis. Asssr omucn AT SAINT Louis, Mxssoumz For assayer in charge, two thogsgnld dollars; one clerk, one thousand dollars; in all, three thousan dollars. ¤•>¤¤¤s¤¤*•=1>¤¤·¢·- f Forlincidentglgnd contingentexpenses; including labor, two thousand our undred dollars. me-name. GOVERNMENT m Um rnnurronms. ga? nm m Tmmrronr or Annsxa: For salary of governor, three thousand "° g° ° ‘ ‘ dollars; judge, three thousand dollars; attorney, marshal, and clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars each; ilve commissioners, one of whom shall reside at Kadiak in the District of Alaska, at one thousand dollars each; six deputy marshals, seven hundred and fifty dollars each; in all, twenty-three thousand dollars. ccnmmmpenm. For incidental and contingent expenses of the Territory, stationery, iightsl, and féel, tp be expended under the direction of the governor, wo thousand dollars. A1*i1i0¤I». Tmmrronr or Amzorm: For salary of vernor two thousand P"’°"°'°""°""°‘ six hundred dollars; chief justice and three e§ociatej11dges, at three thousand dollars each; secretary, one thousand eight hundred dollars; interpreter and translator in the executive office, five hundred dollars; in all, sixteen thousand nine hundred dollars. _ C°““i°8°°*°‘P°“'°°· For contingent expenses of the Territory, to be expended by the _ governor, five hundred dollars. I‘°’=*'“""*'°°‘l’°“°"°· For legislative expenses, namely: For rent, messenger, postage, stationery, fuel, lights, printing, and incidental expenses for secretary’s N M _ office, two thousanclli dollgls. sw ¤=¤·=··· 6 mmrronv or 'nw Exrooz For sal of vernor two thou- P°y°fg°v°m°r'°tsand six hundred dollars; chief justice aniilqfour Erssociate judges, at . three thousand dollars each; secretary, one thousand eight hundred dollars; and interpreter and translator in the executive office. live _hundred dollars; nineteen thousand nine hundred dollars. ' C¤¤¤¤z¤¤*¤¤1>•¤··>¤· For contingent expenses of the Territory, to be expended by the _ governor, five hundred dollars. L°*¥'“"“'°°‘P°“°°°· For legislative expenses, namely: For rent, light, fuel, ice, stationery, record mes, record casings, printing, postage, clerks, messenger and porter, and incidentals in secretary’s omce, two thousand dollars. ’
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