Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 32 Part 1.djvu/927

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862FIF]`Y·SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 755. 1903. nished by the Public Printer, upon r uisitions from the Clerk of the VM-28»P·°“· House, under the provisions of theegct a proved January twelfth, eighteep hundred apd ninety-tive, for the public printing and binding), seven thousand dollars.

  • `°°l °“d°“· For fuel and oil for the heating apparatus, fifteen thousand dollars.
  • `“*'¤““'°· d For furniture and materials for repairs of the same, fifteen thousand

ollars. P¤¢¤¤z b¤¤¤¤· For packing boxes, three thousand dollars, or so much thereof as ma be necessa . Mi¤¤¤11¤¤¤¤¤¤i*¤¤¤— Her miscellanlelhus items and expenses of special and select committees, fifty thousand dollars. S¤¤¤¤¤¢¤'· For stationery for members of the House of Representatives, including five thousand dollars for stationery for the use of the committees End giiiciprs of the House, fifty-three thousand six hundred and twenty- ve o rs. romgesnmvm For postage stamps for the Postmaster, one hundred dollars· for the Clerk, three hundred dollars; for the Sergeant-at-Arms, two hundred gpllars; and for the Doorkeeper, fifty dollars; in all, six hundred and y dollars. rubnc prlniivs- ormcn or mn rusmo rnmma. 0,;*;:2,; P**¤*•*· For Public Printer, four thousand five hundred dollars; chief clerk, ` _ two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; clerk in charge of the Con ssional Record at the Capitol, two thousand dollars; one clerk of ci; four; two clerks of class three; one clerk of class two; in all, fifgeen thousand six hundred and fiftyldollars. ad <><>¤¤¤z¤¤*¤=P¤¤¤¤¤~ or contin ent ex uses, name : or stationery, s e, vertising, travehng expfnses, horse; and wagons, andmmtisgcehaneous expenses, three thousand dollars. Lib¤¤ry¤fG¤¤zr¤¤¤· LIBRARY or oonemnss. · m>¤¤¤¤· °*°- General administration: For Librarian of Congress, six thousand dollars; chief assistant librarian, four thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; Librarian’s secretary, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk (assistant to chief clerk), one thousand dollars; one stenogra her and typewriter, one thousand dollzirs; ons messieng§1·,§ighs hundredpnd forty dollars; in all, seventeen thousand one un re an orty dollars. $$4,:,;; wd ¤¤PPlY Mail and supply: For assistant in charge, one thousand five hundred ' dollars; one assistant, nine hundred dollars; one messenger boy, three hundred land sixty dollars; in all, two thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars. ,¤gf°kl¤8“d mm? Packing and stamping: For two attendants, at seven hundred and twentv dollars each, one thousand four hundred and forty dollai s. 0*** ¤**”*¤i°¤· Order (purchasing): For chief of division, two thousand five hundred dollars; one assistant, one thousand five hundred dollars; one assistant, one thousand two hundred dollars; three assistants, at nine hundred dollars each: two assistants, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; two assistants, at six hundred dollars each; one assistant, nve hundred and twlepfy dollalfs; and] twio messlenger (poys, at lthrele hlundged and sixty dollars eac ; in a , e even thousand seven un re an eighty dollars. _u$g,¢•10:¤¤•¤¤¤1¤¤1f Catalogue and shelf: For chief of division, three thousand dollars; °°' live assistants, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; seven assistants, at one thousand five hun red dollars each; six assistants, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; twelve assistants, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; six assistants, at one thousand dollars each; fourteen assistants, at nine hundred dollars each; four assistants, at eight hundred dollars each; thirteen assistants, at seven