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544 FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. Il. Ch. 265. 1897. furnished by the Public Printer, upon requisitions from the Clerk of the V¤1·¤¤.p·624- House, under the provisions of the Act approved January twelfth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, for the public printing and binding), five thousand dollars. Fm {*6 °“- For fuel and oil for the heating apparatus, twelve thousand dollars. F“"‘“‘“"°‘ For furniture, and repairs of the same, nine thousand dollar . P’*°“"g "°‘°'· For packing boxes, three thousand two hundred and eighteen dollars and forty cents. ¤*·°°“¤°°¤•**°°'~'· For miscellaneous items and expenses of special and select committees, twenty thousand dollars. s“‘“°"°""‘ For stationery for Members of the House of Representatives, including five thousand dollars for stationery for the use of the committees and officers of the House, fifty thousand dollars. Y°¤°•¤° °““’•P*· For postage stamps for the Postmaster, one hundred dollars; for the Clerk, three hundred dollars; for the Sergeantat-Arms, two hundred dollars; and for the Doorkeeper, twenty-five dollars; in all, six hundred and twenty-five dollars. rusut puma;. OFFICE or THE PUBLIC PRINTER. d?;?;:: P¤¤*¤*· For Public Printer, four thousand five hundred dollars ; chief clerk, °rtwo thousand four hundred dollars; two clerks of class four; two clerks of class three; one clerk of class two; in all, fifteen thousand one hundred dollars. conengsnesxpmm. For contingent expenses, namely: For stationery, postage, advertising, traveling expenses, horses and wagons, and miscellaneous items, three thousand dollars. . °

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¤¤¤=¤‘i•¤· For Librarian of Congress to be appointed by the Presiden b and ‘°”°i°°`°°°°° °t°' with the advice and consent’of the Senate, five thousand dolltdrsi and the Librarian shall make rules and regulations for the government of the Library of Congress. A··¤>¤¤·°l“>*°**¤¤•· For the following, to be selected by the Librarian of Congress, by reason of special aptitude for the work of the Library, including the copyright work, namely: For chief assistant Librarian, four thousand dollars; assistant librarian (superintendent of reading room), three thousand dollars; assistant, one thousand eight hundred dollars; two assistants, at one thousand five hundred dollars each; three assistants, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; six assistants, at nine hun- A¤~¤¤·¤*·· dred dollars each; ten attendants in collecting and distributing books, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; two attendants in Representatives’ reading room, one at nine hundred dollars and one at seven hundred and twenty dollars; attendant in Senators’ reading room, nine hundred dollars; attendant in the Toner library, nine hundred dollars; attendant in the Wasliingtonian library, nine hundred dollars; two attendants in the cloakrooms, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; attendant in the stamping room, seven hundred and twenty dollars; attendant in the packing room, seven hundred and twenty dollars; mfnjf°‘°*"° "°*’"" two watchmen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; chief of ' catalogue department, three thousand dollars; two assistants, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; four assistants, at one thousand five hundred dollars each; four assistants, at one thousand two hundred ·*” g°“°"Y·°‘°· dollars each; six assistants, at nine hundred dollars each; superintendent of art gallery, two thousand dollars; three assistants at nine hundred dollars each; superintendent of hall of maps and charts, two thousand dollars; two assistants, at nine hundred dollars each; superintendent of periodical department, one thousand five hundred dollars; three attendants and collators, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; superintendent of manuscript department, one thousand nve hundred dollars; two assistants, indexing, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; superintendent of music department, one thousand