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tional currency.

Repairs to cancel

class one; seventeen clerks, at one thousand dollars each; thirty-six clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; forty expert counters, at nine hundred dollars each; twenty expert counters, at eight hundred dollars each; fifty-three expert counters, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; nine expert counters, at seven hundred dollars each; mail messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars; eight messengers; seven assistant messengers; twenty-five laborers; six messenger boys, at three hundred and sixty dollars each; sixteen charwomen; compositor and pressman, one thousand six hundred dollars; pressman, one thousand four hundred dollars; silver piler, one thousand dollars; in all, three hundred and eighty-five thousand six hundred and

sixty dollars. Redemption of pa For the force employed in redeeming the national currency (to be

reimbursed by the national banks), namely: Superintendent, three thousand five hundred dollars; teller, two thousand five hundred dollars; bookkeeper, two thousand four hundred dollars; assistant teller, two thousand dollars; assistant bookkeeper, two thousand dollars; five clerks of class four; seven clerks of class three; nine clerks of class two; twenty-five clerks of class one; ten expert counters, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; fifty-two expert counters, at one thousand dollars each; forty-two expert counters, at nine hundred dollars each; thirty-two expert counters, at eight hundred dollars each; twenty-two expert counters, at seven hundred dollars each; two messengers; four assistant messengers; four charwomen; in all, two hundred and twenty-three thousand five hundred and twenty dollars.

For repairs to canceling and cutting machines in the office of the ing, etc., machines.

Treasurer of the United States, two hundred dollars. Register's office. OFFICE OF THE REGISTER OF THE TREASURY: Register, four thou

sand dollars; Assistant Register, two thousand five hundred dollars; two chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; four clerks of class four; six clerks of class three; five clerks of class two; nine clerks of class one; five clerks, at one thousand dollars each; twenty clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; one clerk, assorter of canceled bonds for binding (in lieu of one sewer and folder, at two dollars and fifty cents per day, transferred from Division of Printing and Stationery), eight hundred dollars; messenger; two assistant messengers; twelve counters, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; and five laborers;

in all, eighty-three thousand one hundred and twenty dollars. Office of Comptroller OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY: Comptroller of the of the Currency.

Currency, five thousand dollars; Deputy Comptroller, three thousand five hundred dollars; Deputy Comptroller, three thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; chief of division, two thousand five hundred dollars; two chiefs of division, at two thousand two hundred dollars each; bookkeeper, two thousand dollars; assistant bookkeeper, two thousand dollars; eight clerks of class four; additional to bond clerk, two hundred dollars; stenographer, one thousand six hundred dollars; thirteen clerks of class three; thirteen clerks of class two; twenty-eight clerks of class one; thirteen clerks, at one thousand dollars each; thirteen clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; seven counters, at eight hundred and forty dollars each; three counters, at seven hundred dollars each; messenger; five assistant messengers; three laborers; and two messenger boys, at three hundred and sixty dollars each; in all, one hundred and fifty-three

thousand five hundred and twenty dollars. National currency For expenses of the national currency (to be reimbursed by the

national banks), namely: Superintendent, two thousand five hundred dollars; teller, two thousand dollars; clerk of class four; clerk of class three; three clerks of class two; five clerks of class one; four clerks, at one thousand dollars each; engineer, one thousand dollars;

expenses.

tions, etc.

Office of Commis.

five clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; three counters, at seven hundred dollars each; fireman; messenger boy, three hundred and sixty dollars; assistant messenger; in all, thirty-one thousand five hundred dollars.

For expenses of special examinations of national banks and bank Special examinaplates, of keeping macerator in Treasury building in repair, and for other incidental expenses attending the working of the macerator, and for procuring information relative to banks other than national, five thousand dollars. OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE: Commis

sioner of Internal sioner of Internal Revenue, six thousand dollars; deputy commis- Revenue. sioner, four thousand dollars; deputy commissioner, three thousand six hundred dollars; chemist, two thousand five hundred dollars; first assistant chemist, one thousand eight hundred dollars; second assistant chemist, one thousand six hundred dollars; third assistant chemist, one thousand four hundred dollars; fourth assistant chemist, one thousand two hundred dollars; three heads of divisions, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; six heads of divisions, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars each; superintendent of stamp vault, two thousand dollars; private secretary, one thousand eight hundred dollars; twenty-eight clerks of class four; twenty-four clerks of class three; thirty-seven clerks of class two; thirty-six clerks of class one; thirty-two clerks, at one thousand dollars each; forty-four clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; three messengers; twenty-one assistant messengers; and nineteen laborers; in all, three hundred and thirty-two thousand four hundred and eighty dollars.

For the following now authorized and paid from appropriation for Denatured alcohol "withdrawal of denaturalized alcohol," namely: Chief chemist, three thousand dollars; first assistant chemist, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk of class four; one clerk of class three; four clerks of class two; three clerks of class one; one messenger; in all, eighteen thousand two hundred and forty dollars.

For stamp agent, one thousand six hundred dollars; stamp agent, Stamp agents. nine hundred dollars; counter, nine hundred dollars; in all, three thousand four hundred dollars, the same to be reimbursed by the stamp manufacturers.

OFFICE OF LIFE-SAVING SERVICE: General Superintendent of the Life-Saving Service. Life-Saving Service, four thousand dollars, and five hundred dollars additional while the office is held by the present incumbent; assistant general superintendent, two thousand five hundred dollars; principal clerk, two thousand dollars; title and contract clerk, two thousand dollars; topographer and hydrographer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; civil engineer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; three clerks of class four; five clerks of class three; four clerks of class two; five clerks of class one; three clerks, at one thousand dollars each; two clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; two assistant messengers; laborer; in all, forty-six thousand five hundred dollars.

BUREAU OF ENGRAVING AND PRINTING: Director, five thousand ing and Printing five hundred dollars; assistant director, three thousand five hundred dollars; chief of division of assignments and reviews, three thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; stenographer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; clerk of class four; six clerl:s of class three; nine clerks of class two; nine clerks of class one; seven clerks, at one thousand dollars each; disbursing agent, two thousand four hundred dollars; storekeeper, one thousand six hundred dollars; assistant storekeeper, one thousand dollars; clerk in charge of purchases and supplies, two thousand dollars; ten clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; six clerks, at eight hundred and forty dollars each; seventeen clerks, at seven hundred and eighty dollars each; nine attendants, at six hundred dollars each: two helpers, at nine hundred

Bureau of Engrav

ment for services.

Secret Service Divi. sion.

Office of Director of the Mint.

dollars each; three helpers, at seven hundred and twenty dcllars each; two helpers, at six hundred dollars each; three messengers; seven assistant messengers; captain of the wateh, one thousand four hundred dollars; two lieutenants of the watch, at nine hundred dollars each; forty-six watchmen; two forewomen of charwomen, at five hundred and forty dollars each; nineteen day charwomen, at four hundred dollars each; fifty-two morning and evening charwomen, at three hundred dollars each; foreman of laborers, nine hundred dollars; four laborers; seventy-five laborers, at five hundred and forty dollars

each; in all, two hundred and fifteen thousand one hundred and sixty Limitation on pay- dollars; and no other fund appropriated by this or any other Act

shall be used for services, in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, of the character specified in this paragraph, except in cases of emergency arising after the passage of this Act, and then only on the written approval of the Secretary of the Treasury.

SECRET SERVICE DIVISION: Chief, four thousand dollars; assistant chief, who shall discharge the duties of chief clerk, three thousand dollars; clerk of class four; clerk of class three; two clerks of class two; clerk of class one; clerk, one thousand dollars; attendant, seven hundred and twenty dollars; in all, sixteen thousand one hundred and twenty dollars.

OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE MINT: Director, four thousand five hundred dollars; examiner, three thousand dollars; computer, two thousand five hundred dollars; assayer, two thousand two hundred dollars; adjuster of accounts, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; two clerks of class four; private secretary, one thousand eight hundred dollars; two clerks of class three; clerk of class two; two clerks of class one; messenger; assistant in laboratory, one thousand two hundred dollars; assistant messenger; skilled laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; in all, thirty thousand three hundred

and thirty dollars. Freight.

For freight on bullion and coin, by registered mail or otherwise,

between mints and assay offices, sixty-five thousand dollars. Contingent expenses. For contingent expenses of the Bureau of the Mint, to be expended

under the direction of the Director, namely: For assay laboratory, chemicals, fuel materials, balances, weights, and other necessaries,

including text-books on metallurgical processes, six hundred dollars. Examinations, etc. For examinations of mints, expense in visiting mints for the pur

pose of superintending the annual settlements, and for special examinations, three thousand five hundred dollars.

For books, pamphlets, periodicals, specimens of coins, ores, and incidentals, two hundred dollars.

For the collection of statistics relative to the annual production and consumption of the precious metals in the United States, one thousand dollars:

OFFICE OF SURGEON-GENERAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND MARINEMarine Hospital Serv. HOSPITAL SERVICE: Surgeon-General, five thousand dollars; chief

clerk, two thousand dollars; three clerks of class four; two clerks of class three; private secretary to the Surgeon-General, one thousand eight hundred dollars; six clerks of class two, one of whom shall be translator; seven clerks of class one; three clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; messenger; three assistant messengers; two laborers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; in all, forty thousand nine

hundred and eighty dollars. Contingent expenses. CONTINGENT EXPENSES, TREASURY DEPARTMENT: For the follow

ing sums, which shall be so apportioned as to prevent deficiencies

therein, namely: Stationery.

For stationery for the Treasury Department and its several bureaus, forty-five thousand dollars.

Books, etc.

Precious metals sta. tistics,

Public Health and

ice.

Freight, etc.

Horses and wagons.

Files.

Fuel.

For postage required to prepay matter addressed to Postal Union Postage. countries, and for postage for the Treasury Department, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For newspapers, newspaper clippings, law books, city directories, Newspapers, etc. and other books of reference relating to the business of the department, one thousand dollars.

For investigation of accounts and records, and to secure better Investigation to methods of administration, with a view to greater economy in the istrutive methods. expenditure of public money, including necessary traveling expenses, in connection with special work, or obtaining of better administrative methods in any branch of the service within or under the Treasury Department, including the temporary employment of agents, stenog• raphers, accountants, or other expert services either within or without the District of Columbia, seventy-five thousand dollars.

For freight, expressage, telegraph and telephone service, seven thousand dollars.

For rent of buildings, fifty-nine thousand two hundred and eighty- Rent. six dollars.

For purchase and exchange of horses and wagons, for office and mail service, to be used only for official purposes, care and subsistence of horses, including shoeing, and of wagons, harness, and repairs of the same, three thousand five hundred dollars.

For purchase of file holders and file cases, four thousand dollars.

For purchase of coal, wood, engine oils and grease, grates, grate baskets and fixtures, blowers, coal hods, coal shovels, pokers, and tongs, eleven thousand dollars.

For purchase of gas, electric current for lighting and power purposes, Lighting. gas and electric-light fixtures, electric-light wiring and material, candles, candlesticks, droplights and tubing, gas burners, gas torches, globes, lanterns, and wicks, seventeen thousand dollars.

For washing and hemming towels, for the purchase of awnings and fixtures, window shades and fixtures, alcohol, benzine, turpentine, varnish, baskets, belting, bellows, bowls, brooms, buckets, brushes, canvas, crash, cloth, chamois skins, cotton waste, door and window fasteners, dusters; flower-garden, street, and engine hose; lace leather, lye, nails, oils, plants, picks, pitchers, powders, stencil plates, hand stamps, and repairs of same, stamp ink, spittoons, soap, matches, match safes, sponges, tacks, traps, thermometers, toilet paper, tools, towels, towel racks, tumblers, wire, zinc, and for blacksmithing, repairs of machinery, removal of rubbish, sharpening tools, advertising for proposals, and for sales at public auction in Washington, District of Columbia, of condemned property belonging to the Treasury Department, payment of auctioneer fees, and purchase of other absolutely necessary articles, eleven thousand five hundred dollars.

For purchase of labor-saving machines, six thousand dollars.

For shelving and transferring records and files from and to the Treas- Transferring files, ury building and its annexes in Washington, five hundred dollars.

For purchase and exchange of registering accountants, numbering Numbering, etc., machines, and other machines of a similar character, including time machines. stamps for stamping date of receipt of official mail and telegrams, and repairs thereto, three thousand five hundred dollars.

For purchase of carpets, carpet border and lining, linoleum, mats, rugs, matting, and repairs, and for cleaning, cutting, making, laying, and relaying of the same, by contract, four thousand dollars.

For purchase of boxes, book rests, chairs, chair caning, chair covers, desks, bookcases, clocks, cloth for covering desks, cushions, leather for covering chairs and sofas, locks, lumber, screens, tables, ventilators, typewriters, including the exchange of same, wardrobe cabinets, washstands, water coolers and stands, and for replacing other worn and unserviceable articles, ten thousand dollars.

Miscellaneous.

ma

Labor-saving chines.

Furniture.

Office of Auditor for Post-Ottice Department.

CONTINGENT AND MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES, OFFICE OF AUDITOR

FOR THE Post-OFFICE DEPARTMENT, NAMELY: For miscellaneous Contingent expenses. items, including, purchase, repair, and exchange of typewriting

machines, of which not exceeding three hundred and seventy-five dollars may be used for rental of telephones, and not exceeding three hundred dollars may be used for the purchase of law books, books of reference, and city directories, four thousand dollars;

For furniture and repairs, two thousand dollars;

In all, six thousand dollars, to be expended under the direction of the Auditor for the Post-Office Department under rules and regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury.

Collecting internal revenue.

COLLECTING INTERNAL REVENUE.

Collectors, etc.

Proviso.

forbidden.

Agents, etc.

gaugers,

For salaries and expenses of collectors of internal revenue, and deputy collectors, and surveyors, and clerks, messengers, and janitors in internal-revenue offices, two million one hundred and thirty-five

thousand dollars: Provided, That no part of this amount be used in Use for witness fees defraying the expenses of any officer, designated above, subpænaed

by the United States courts to attend any trial before a United States court or preliminary examination before any United States commissioner, which expenses shall be paid from the appropriation for “Fees of witnesses, United States courts.”'

For salaries and expenses of forty revenue agents provided for by law, and fees and expenses of gaugers, salaries and expenses of storekeepers and storekeeper-gaugers, two million four hundred and

twenty thousand dollars. Miscellaneous.

For rent of offices outside of the District of Columbia, telephone service, and other miscellaneous expenses incident to the collection of internal revenue, and for the purchase of necessary books of reference and periodicals for the chemical laboratory and law library, at a cost not to exceed five hundred dollars, and reasonable expenses for not exceeding sixty days immediately following the injury of field officers or employees in the internal-revenue service while in line of duty, of medical attendance, surgeon's and hospital bills made necessary by reason of such injury, and for horses crippled or killed while being used by officers in making raids, not exceeding one hundred and fifty dollars for any horse so crippled or killed, one hundred

thousand dollars. Collecting corpora For expenses of collecting the corporation tax authorized by the

1st Act approved August fifth, nineteen hundred and nine: “To provide

revenue, equalize duties, and encourage the industries of the United States, and for other purposes," one hundred thousand dollars.

For classifying, indexing, exhibiting and properly caring for the Public Laws, ist returns of all corporations, required by section thirty-eight of an Act

entitled An Act to provide revenue, equalize duties, encourage the industries of the United States, and for other purposes," approved August fifth, nineteen hundred and nine, including the employment, in the District of Columbia, of such clerical and other personal services and for rent of such quarters as may be necessary, twenty-five thousand dollars: Provided, That any and all such returns shall be open to inspection only upon the order of the President under rules and regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury and approved by the President.

tion tax. Public

Laws, sess., p. 112.

Care, etc., of corporation returns. sess. p. 114.

Proriso.

Regulation of inspection.

Independent Treasury.

INDEPENDENT TREASURY.

OF

Assistant treasurers' oflices.

Baltimore.

OFFICE ASSISTANT TREASURER AT BALTIMORE: Assistant treasurer, four thousand five hundred dollars; cashier, two thousand five hundred dollars; three clerks, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; two clerks, at one thousand six hundred dollars each;

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