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144 FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 252. 1896. at three thousand six hundred dollars each, and for the journal clerk for preparing Digest of the Rules, one thousand dollars per annum; tally clerk, three thousand dollars; printing and bill clerk, and dis bursing clerk, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; iile clerk, and enrolling clerk, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars each; assistant disbursing clerk, assistant enrolling clerk, resolution and petition clerk, newspaper clerk, index clerk, assistant journal clerk, and librarian, at two thousand dollars each; distributing clerk, stationery clerk, and two assistant librarians, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; one bookkeeper, and seven clerks, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; document clerk, and locksmith, at one thousand four hundred and forty dollars each; two messengers in the House library, at one thousand three hundred and fourteen dollars each; telegraph operator, and assistant file clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; one page, one laborer in the bathroom, and six laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; assistant index clerk, during ` the session and eightynine days after its close, two hundred and six days, at six dollars per day, one thousand two hundred and thirty-six dollars; page in the enrolling room, and messenger in the chief clerk’s office, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; in all, eighty-four thousand one hundred and sixty-eight dollars. °*·*°'·¤¤i¤°°*·°**°· Unnna Aucnirucr on rum Unrironz For chief engineer, one thousand seven hundred dollars; two assistant engineers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; four conductors of the elevators, at one thousand one hundred dollars each, who shall be under the supervision and direction of the Architect of the Capitol; laborer, eight hundred and twenty dollars; five iiremen, at nine hundred dollars each; electrician, one thousand two hundred dollars; laborer, one thousand dol lars; laborer to clean Statuary Hall and watch statuary therein, six hundred and sixty dollars; in all, sixteen thousand six hundred and ‘ eighty dollars. ¤g°;j§g0{_¥`;},,’{;_ffgf”‘ Cnmcxs Ann rmssnnenns cro conmuwrnnsz For clerk to the Oommittee on Ways and Means, three thousand dollars; assistant clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars; messenger, one thousand dollars; clerk to the Committee on Appropriations, three thousand dollars; assistant clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars; messenger, one thousand dollars; clerks to Committees on Accounts, Agriculture, Banking and Currency, Claims, District of Columbia, Elections, Foreign Aiiairs, Interstate and Foreign Commerce, Indian Affairs, Invalid Pensions, Judiciary, Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Military Affairs, Naval Affairs, Post—()iTice and Postilioads, Public Buildings and Grounds, Public Lands, Rivers and Harbors, War Claims, and clerk to continue Digest of Claims under resolution of March seventh, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, at two thousand dollars each; and for assistant clerk to the Committee on War Claims, one thousand two hundred _ _ dollars; in all, fifty-two thousand four hundred dollars. -,;{§§§{§f}f{}2{,,‘,Q}§{,l‘eZi For two clerks to the Committees on Elections, authorized by resolution of the House December twenty-third, eighteen hundred and ninety- _ _ five, at two thousand dollars each, four thousand dollars. tagjjfjézigjl °°“"“"‘ For eighteen clerks to committees, at six dollars each per day during _ the session, thirteen thousand and sixtyeight dollars. d62x35e1g; A ¤*·M¤·*· Orricn or Smmnnnr-xr-ARMs: For Sergeant-at-Arms of the House " of Representatives, four thousand five hundred dollars; deputy to the Sergeant-at—Arms, two thousand dollars; cashier, three thousand dollars; paying teller, two thousand dollars; bookkeeper, one thousand eight hundred dollars; messenger, one thousand two hundred dollars; page, seven hundred and twenty dollars; and laborer, six hundred and _ sixty dollars; in all, fifteen thousand eight hundred and eighty dollars. ,,_’§3§;f’°P°’» ”°'°‘· Onricn or Doomcnnrnn: For Doorkeeper, three thousand five hundred dollars; and for hire of horses, teed, repair of wagon and harness, six hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary; assistant tisggxsagieustc of doorkeeper, superintendent of document room, assistant superintend- · ·‘ ent of document room, and Department messenger, at two thousand