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THIRTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 90. 1850. 525 Treasury Department. -For compensation of the Secretary of the Compensation. Treasury, and the assistant secretary of the treasury, clerks, mes- 0H§:;;>*¤*Y md senger, and assistant-messenger, in his office, thirty-two thousand five ` hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation of the first comptroller, and the clerks and mes- pim, comp, senger in his office, twenty-two thousand one hundred and fifty dollars troller. .-the salary of one of the clerks in this office, per act of the twentieth ggé?' S7' of April, eighteen hundred and eighteen, being hereby increased to fourteen hundred dollars per annum, from first of July, eighteen hundred and fifty. For compensation of the second comptroller, and the clerks and Second oompmessenger in his office, twenty-three thousand six hundred and fifty *’°“°‘· &°· dollars. For compensation of one temporary clerk in the office of the second Temporary comptroller, at a salary of one thousand dollars per annum, one thou- "I°'k‘ sand dollars. For compensation of the first auditor, and the clerks, messenger, and First auditor, assistant messenger, in his office, twenty-two thousand eight hundred &¢· dollars. For compensation of second auditor, and the clerks, messenger, and $¤<>¢>¤d miiassistant messenger, in his office, thirty-eight thousand eight hundred t°" &°' and fifty dollars. For compensation of third auditor, and thirty-six clerks, messenger, Third auditor, and assistant messenger, in his office, forty-four thousand seven hun- &°- dred and fifty dollars. For compensation of twelve temporary clerks—two at fourteen hun- Twelvetempodred dollars, four at twelve hundred dollars, and six at one thousand mY °l°’k'· dollars, each_ per annum, and a temporary messenger at five hundred dollars per annum, fourteen thousand one hundred dollars. For arrearages to extra clerks, authorized to be employed in said Arrwases tc office, to first of December next, four hundred and thirty-five dollars. °l°'l‘°‘ For compensation of the fourth auditor, and the clerks, messenger, Fourth audi~ and assistant messenger, in his office, twenty thousand four hundred *°’· &°· dollars. For compensation of the fifth auditor, and the clerks and messenger mm, ,,,,m0,., in his office, fifteen thousand six hundred dollars. &¤· For compensation of the treasurer of the United States, and the Treasurer, &c. clerks and messenger in his officc, thirteen thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars. _ For compensation of the register of the treasury, and the clerks, Register, gw_ messenger, and assistant messenger, in his office, thirty thousand two hundred dollars. For compensation of the solicitor of the treasury, and the clerks Sg]jgifqy,&c_ and messenger in his office, thirteen thousand six hundred and fifty dollars. For compensation of the commissioner of customs, and the clerks Commissioner and messenger in his office, including five additional clerks, at one °f °““°m’·&°·` phousand dollars each, per annum, sixteen thousand five hundred dollars. Gmtingent Ezpenses of the Treasury Department : — Contingencies. In the office of the Secretary of the Treasury. S¤<=rctary’s cf- For copying, labor, blank books, stationery, sealing ships' registers, °°°‘ tfanslating foreign languages, printing, advertising, printing the public accounts, carrying the department mails, extra clerk hire for preparing and collecting information to be laid before Congress, fifteen thousand two hundred dollars. For miscellaneous expenses, two thousand eight hundred dollars. Miscellaneous. In the office of the First Comptroller. Fini ¤<>¤¤1>— For furniture, one hundred dollars. mu"'