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seven thousand one hundred dollars: Provided, That the cashier shall perform the duties of the assayer in charge in his absence.

For wages of workmen, and not exceeding two thousand dollars for other clerks and employees, five thousand six hundred dollars.

For incidental and contingent expenses, four thousand dollars.

Government in Territories.

GOVERNMENT IN THE TERRITORIES.

Alaska.

Arizona,

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New Mexico.

DISTRICT OF ALASKA: Governor, seven thousand dollars; four judges, at seven thousand five hundred dollars each; four attorneys, at five thousand dollars each; four marshals, at four thousand dollars each; four clerks, at three thousand five hundred dollars each; in all, eighty-seven thousand dollars.

For incidental and contingent expenses, clerk hire, not to exceed two thousand dollars; traveling expenses of the governor while absent from Juneau on official business; rent of office and quarters in Juneau, stationery, lights, and fuel, to be expended under the .direction of the governor, five thousand five hundred dollars.

TERRITORY OF ARIZONA: Governor, three thousand dollars; chief justice, and four associate judges, at three thousand dollars each; secretary, one thousand eight hundred dollars; interpreter and translator in the executive office, five hundred dollars; in all, twenty thousand three hundred dollars.

For contingent expenses of the Territory, including not to exceed five hundred dollars for traveling expenses of the governor while absent from the capital on official business, to be expended by the governor, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For legislative expenses, namely: For rent, messenger, postage, stationery, fuel, lights, printing, and incidental expenses for secretary's office, for pay of members and officers of the legislative assembly, mileage, rent of rooms for the legislature and committees, furniture, stationery, printing, binding, fuel, lights, and incidentals, twenty-four thousand two hundred and fifty dollars.

TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO: Governor, three thousand dollars; chief justice and six associate judges, at three thousand dollars each; secretary, one thousand eight hundred dollars; interpreter and translator in the executive office, five hundred dollars; in all, twenty-six thousand three hundred dollars.

For contingent expenses of Territory, including not to exceed five hundred dollars for traveling expenses of the governor while absent from the capital on official business, to be expended by the governor, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For legislative expenses, namely: Rent, light, fuel, telephone, ice, water, stationery, record files, record casings, printing, postage, clerks, stenographer and typewriter, messenger and porter, and incidentals in secretary's office, for pay of members and officers of the legislative assembly, mileage, rent of rooms for the legislature and committees, furniture, stationery, printing, binding, fuel, lights, and incidentals, twenty-four thousand two hundred and fifty dollars.

TERRITORY OF HAWAII: Governor, five thousand dollars; secretary, three thousand dollars: chief justice, five thousand five hundred dollars; two associate justices, at five thousand dollars each; in all, twenty-three thousand five hundred dollars.

For judges of circuit courts, at three thousand dollars each, so much as may be necessary, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and eleven.

For contingent expenses of the Territory of Hawaii, to be expended by the governor for stationery, postage, and incidentals, one thousand dollars, and for private secretary to the governor, two thousand dollars; for traveling expenses of the governor while absent from the

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Hawaii.

capital on official business, five hundred dollars; in all, three thousand five hundred dollars.

For legislative expenses, namely: Furniture, light, telephone, stationery, record casings and files, printing and binding, indexing records, postage, ice, water, clerk hire, mileage of members, and incidentals, pay of chaplain, clerk, sergeants-at-arms, stenographers, typewriters, janitors, and messengers, thirty thousand dollars: Provided, That the members of the legislature of the Territory of Hawaii shall sion. not draw their compensation of two hundred dollars, or any mileage, for any extra session held in compliance with section fifty-four of an Act to provide a government for the Territory of Hawaii, approved April thirtieth, nineteen hundred.

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No pay for extra ses.

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WAR DEPARTMENT.

War Department.

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY: Secretary of War, twelve thousand

Pay of Secretary, As

sistant, assistani and dollars; Assistant Secretary, five thousand dollars; assistant and chief clerk, clerks, etc. chief clerk, four thousand dollars; private secretary to the Secretary, two thousand five hundred dollars; clerk to the Secretary, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; stenographer to the Secretary, one thousand eight hundred dollars; clerk to the Assistant Secretary, two thousand four hundred dollars; clerk to the assistant and chief clerk, two thousand one hundred dollars; disbursing clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; appointment clerk, two thousand dollars; four chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; superintendent of buildings outside of State, War, and Navy Department building, in addition to compensation as chief of division, two hundred and fifty dollars; chief telegrapher, one thousand eight hundred dollars; four clerks of class four; four clerks of class three; fifteen clerks of class two; nineteen clerks of class one; five clerks, at one thousand dollars each; clerk, nine hundred dollars; clerk, seven hundred and twenty dollars; foreman, one thousand two hundred dollars; carpenter, one thousand dollars; chief messenger, one thousand dollars; carpenter, nine hundred dollars; skilled laborer, nine hundred dollars; six messengers, seven assistant messengers; telephone switchboard operator; assistant telephone switchboard operator; two messenger boys, at three hundred and sixty dollars each; engineer, nine hundred dollars; assistant engineer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; fireman; four watchmen; five watchmen, at six hundred and sixty dollars each; eight laborers; two laborers, at four hundred and seventy dollars each; hostler, six hundred dollars; two hostlers, and one watchman, at five hundred and forty dollars each; messenger boy, four hundred and eighty dollars; two elevator conductors, one at six hundred dollars and one at four hundred and seventy dollars; four charwomen; in all, one hundred and forty-seven thousand two hundred and ten dollars.

ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE: Chief clerk, two thousand dollars; Adjutant-General's ten chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; forty-eight clerks of class four; sixty-four clerks of class three; ninety-four clerks of class two; two hundred and thirty-two clerks of class one; eightyeight clerks, at one thousand dollars each; engineer, one thousand four hundred dollars; assistant engineer, nine hundred dollars; two firemen; skilled mechanic, one thousand dollars: ten messengers; fifty-eight assistant messengers; messenger boy, three hundred and sixty dollars; eight watchmen; superintendent of building, two hundred and fifty dollars; and eighteen laborers; in all, seven hundred and eighty-one thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars; and all employees provided for by this paragraph for the Adjutant-General's Office of the War Department shall be exclusively engaged on the work of this office for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven.

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eral's Office.

Inspector-General's OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR-GENERAL: Clerk of class four; two Office.

clerks of class three; three clerks of class two; clerk of class one; messenger; assistant messenger; and messenger, six hundred dollars;

in all, twelve thousand five hundred and sixty dollars. Judge Advocate. General's Office.

OFFICE OF THE JUDGE-ADVOCATE-GENERAL: Chief clerk and solicitor, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; clerk of class four; two clerks of class three; two clerks of class two; six clerks of class one; copyist; two messengers; assistant messenger; in all, twenty

thousand five hundred and fifty dollars. Signal Office.

SIGNAL OFFICE: Chief clerk, two thousand dollars; two clerks of class four; two clerks of class two; four clerks of class one; six clerks, at one thousand dollars each; three clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; two clerks, at eight hundred and forty dollars each; messenger; assistant messenger; laborer; in all, twenty-five thousand eight

hundred dollars. Skilled draftsmen, The services of skilled draftsmen and such other services as the

Secretary of War may deem necessary may be employed only in the Signal Office to carry into effect the various appropriations for fortifications and other works of defense, to be paid from such appropria

tions, in addition to the foregoing employees appropriated for in the Limit, etc.

Signal Office: Provided, That the entire expenditures for this purpose for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and eleven, shall not exceed twenty-five thousand dollars, and that the Secretary of War shall each year in the annual estimates report to Congress the number of persons so employed, their duties, and the

amount paid to each. Quartermaster-Gen

OFFICE OF THE QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL: Chief clerk, two thousand dollars; two chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; nine clerks of class four; fourteen clerks of class three; twenty-seven clerks of class two; fifty-eight clerks of class one; forty clerks, at one thousand dollars each; fourteen clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; advisory architect, four thousand dollars; experienced builder and mechanic, two thousand five hundred dollars; inspector of supplies for the army, two thousand five hundred dollars; three draftsmen, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; seven draftsmen, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; five draftsmen, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; two draftsmen, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; supervising engineer, two thousand five hundred dollars; two civil engineers, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; assistant civil engineer, one thousand two hundred dollars; electrical engineer, two thousand dollars; marine engineer, three thousand five hundred dollars; sanitary and heating engineer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; writer of specifications and computer, one thousand two hundred dollars; blueprint operator, nine hundred dollars; four messengers; eleven assistant messengers; two assistant messengers, at six hundred dollars each; female messenger, four hundred and eighty dollars; seven laborers; laborer, four hundred and eighty dollars; in all, two hundred and seventy-four

thousand three hundred and sixty dollars. Commissary-Gener OFFICE OF THE COMMISSARY-GENERAL: Chief clerk, two thousand

dollars; four clerks of class four; five clerks of class three; five clerks of class two; twenty clerks of class one; sixteen clerks, at one thousand dollars each; eight clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; messenger; two assistant messengers; laborer; in all, seventy-four thou

sand three hundred and forty dollars. Surgeon-General's OFFICE OF THE SURGEON-GENERAL: Chief clerk, two thousand dolOffice.

lars; law clerk, two thousand dollars; thirteen clerks of class four; eleven clerks of class three; twenty-six clerks of class two; thirty-two clerks of class one; ten clerks, at one thousand dollars each; three clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; anatomist, one thousand six hundred dollars; engineer, one thousand four hundred dollars; assist

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Ordnance Office.

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ant engineer, for night duty, nine hundred dollars; two firemen; skilled mechanic, one thousand dollars; two messengers; ten assistant messengers; three watchmen; superintendent of building (Army Medical Museum and Library), two hundred and fifty dollars; six laborers; chemist, two thousand and eighty-eight dollars; assistant chemist, one thousand five hundred dollars; principal assistant librarian, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; pathologist, one thousand eight hundred dollars; microscopist, one thousand eight hundred dollars; assistant librarian, one thousand eight hundred dollars; four charwomen; in all, one hundred and sixty-six thousand two hundred and eighty-eight dollars.

OFFICE OF THE PAYMASTER-GENERAL: Chief clerk, two thousand dollars; six clerks of class four; seven clerks of class three; twelve clerks of class two; eleven clerks of class one; five clerks, at one thousand dollars each; nine clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; messenger; assistant messenger; four laborers; laborer, six hundred dollars; in all, seventy-one thousand nine hundred dollars.

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF ORDNANCE: Chief clerk, two thousand dollars; chief of division, two thousand dollars; five clerks of class four; seven clerks of class three; twelve clerks of class two; twentyeight clerks of class one; nine clerks, at one thousand dollars each; four clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; two messengers; assistant messenger; messenger, seven hundred and eighty dollars; messenger, seven hundred and twenty dollars; laborer; in all, ninety-one thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars. The services of skilled draftsmen and such other services, not

Skilled draftsmen, clerical, as the Secretary of War may deem necessary, may be employed in the office of the Chief of Ordnance to carry into effect the various appropriations for the armament of fortifications and for the arming and equipping of the organized militia, to be paid from such appropriations, in addition to the amount specifically appropriated for draftsmen in the Army Ordnance Bureau: Provided, That the entire expenditures for this purpose for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and eleven, shall not exceed forty-five thousand dollars, and that the Secretary of War shall each year in the annual estimates report to Congress the number of persons so employed, their duties, and the amount paid to each.

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS: Chief clerk, two thousand dollars; two chiefs of division, at two'thousand dollars each; eight clerks of class four; eleven clerks of class three; twelve clerks of class two; fifteen clerks of class one; nine clerks, at one thousand dollars each; eleven clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; six messengers; three assistant messengers; and two laborers; in all, one hundred thousand two hundred and twenty dollars.

And the services of skilled draftsmen, civil engineers, and such Skilled draftsmen, other services as the Secretary of War may deem necessary, may be employed only in the office of the Chief of Engineers, to carry into effect the various appropriations for rivers and harbors, fortifica

Proviso. tions, and surveys, to be paid from such appropriations: Provided, That the expenditures on this account under this authorization for the fiscal year ending from the date of approval of this Act to June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and eleven, shall not exceed forty-two thousand dollars; and the Secretary of War shall each year, in the annual estimates, report to Congress the number of persons so employed, their duties, and the amount paid to each.

That section fourteen of the “Act to provide for the repair, mainte- spauthoriti campione nance, and preservation of public works on rivers and harbors, and praled. for other purposes," approved March third, nineteen hundred and nine, is hereby repealed.

OFFICE OF THE BUREAU OF INSULAR AFFAIRS: Law officer, four thousand five hundred dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; ten

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Engineer Office.

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Limit, etc.

Vol. 35, p. 836.

Insular Affairs Bureal,

clerks of class four; three clerks of class three; ten clerks of class two; nineteen clerks of class one; eighteen clerks, at one thousand dollars each; two messengers; two assistant messengers; five laborers; two

charwomen; in all, ninety-one thousand dollars. Contingent expenses.

CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE WAR DEPARTMENT: For purchase of professional and scientific books, law books, including their exchange; books of reference, blank books, pamphlets, periodicals, newspapers (subscriptions to periodicals may be paid for in advance), maps; typewriters, and adding machines, including their exchange, furniture and repairs to same; carpets, matting, oilcloth, file cases, towels, ice, brooms, soap, sponges, fuel, gas, and heating apparatus for and repairs to the buildings (outside of the State, War, and Navy Department building) occupied by Adjutant-General's office, the Bureau of Insular Affairs, and the other offices of the War Department and its bureaus located in the Lemon Building; expenses of horses and wagons, to be used only for official purposes; freight and express charges; temporary labor not to exceed one thousand dollars, and other absolutely necessary expenses, fifty thousand dollars.

For stationery for the War Department and its bureaus and offices, twenty-five thousand dollars.

For postage stamps for the War Department and its bureaus, as required under the Postal Union, to prepay postage on matters addressed to Postal Union countries, five hundred dollars.

For rent of buildings for use of the War Department, as follows: Medical dispensary, Surgeon-General's office, one thousand dollars; Division of Militia Affairs, two thousand five hundred dollars; War Department, seven thousand two hundred dollars; Adjutant-General's office, two thousand three hundred dollars; Bureau of Insular Affairs, two thousand two hundred and twenty dollars; in all, fifteen thousand two hundred and twenty dollars.

Stationery.

Postage.

Rent.

Public buildings and grounds.

PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS.

Foremen, etc.

Watchmen.

Engineer, clerks,

OFFICE OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS: Assistant engineer, two etc.

thousand four hundred dollars; assistant and chief clerk, two thousand four hundred dollars; clerk of class four; clerk of class three; clerk and stenographer, one thousand four hundred dollars; messenger; landscape architect, two thousand four hundred dollars; surveyor and draftsman, one thousand five hundred dollars; in all, fourteen thousand three hundred and forty dollars.

For foremen, gardeners, mechanics, and laborers employed in the public grounds, thirty-one thousand two hundred dollars.

For one sergeant of park watchmen, nine hundred and fifty dollars.

For second sergeant of park watchmen, nine hundred dollars. Day force.

For day watchmen, as follows: One in Franklin Park and adjacent reservations on New York avenue; one in Lafayette Park; two in Smithsonian Grounds and neighboring reservations; one in Judiciary Park; one in Lincoln Park and adjacent reservations; one in Iowa Circle and reservations to the northwest; one in Thomas and Scott circles and neighboring reservations; one in Washington Circle and neighboring reservations; one in Dupont Circle and neighboring reservations; one in McPherson Park and Farragut Square; one in Stanton Park and neighboring reservations; two in Henry and Seaton parks and neighboring reservations; one in Mount Vernon Park and reservations to the northeast; one in grounds south of the Executive Mansion; one in Garfield and Marion parks and reservations to the east; one in Monument Park; and three in Potomac Park; twentyone in all, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each, fifteen thousand one hundred and twenty dollars.

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