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ships.

Docks.

Fimployees on "new For the following, in lieu of employees now authorized and paid

from appropriations for “new ships”: For one clerk of class two; one clerk, at one thousand three hundred dollars; five clerks of class one; seven clerks, at one thousand one hundred dollars each; seventeen clerks, at one thousand dollars each; eight copyists; two copyists, at eight hundred and forty dollars each; two laborers, at six hundred dollars each; one messenger boy, at six bundred dollars; three messenger boys, at four hundred dollars each; in all, forty-five thousand

two hundred and eighty dollars. . Bureau of Medicine

BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY: For chief clerk; two thousand and Surgery.

dollars; one clerk of class four; one clerk of class three; one clerk of class two; one clerk of class one; one clerk, one thousand dollars; two copyists, at eight hundred and forty dollars each; one laborer; driver for Naval Dispensary, six bundred dollars, and one laborer, four hundred and eighty dollars (for Naval Dispensary); in all, twelve thousand

four hundred and twenty dollars. Employees on “new For the following, in lieu of employees now authorized and paid from

appropriations for new ships": For two clerks, at one thousand one

hundred dollars each; in all, two thousand two hundred dollars. Bureau of Yards and BUREAU OF YARDS AND Docks: For chief clerk, two thousand dol

lars; draftsman and clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk of class three; two clerks of class two; one clerk of class one; one assistant messenger; and one laborer; in all, ten thousand seven

hundred and eighty dollars. Employees on “pub-. For the following in lieu of employees now authorized and paid

from appropriations for public works”: For one clerk, at one thousand one hundred dollars; five clerks, at one thousand dollars each; three messenger boys, at six hundred dollars each; in all, seven thou

sand nine hundred dollars. Technical services.

The services of skilled draftsmen and such other technical services as the Secretary of the Navy may deem necessary may be employed in the Bureau of Yards, and Docks to carry into effect the various

appropriations for “public works" to be paid from such appropriaProviso. Limit, etc.

tions: Provided, That the expenditures on this account for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and five shall not exceed thirty thousand dollars; a statement of the persons employed hereunder and the compensation paid to each shall be made to Congress each year in the annual

estimates. Contingentexpenses.

CONTINGENT EXPENSES, Navy DEPARTMENT: For the following sums which shall be so apportioned as to prevent deficiencies therein, namely:

· For professional and technical books and periodicals for Department library, two thousand dollars.

For stationery, furniture, newspapers, plans, drawings, drawing materials, horses and wagons to be used only for official purposes, freight, expressage, postage, and other absolutely necessary expenses of the Navy Department and its various bureaus and offices, twelve

thousand dollars. Mills Building

For the rental of Mills Building, authorized by Act of Congress Rent

approved July first, nineteen hundred and two, twenty-four thousand

five hundred dollars. Fuel and light.

For coal, gas, and electric lighting of Mills Building and electric

current to run presses therein, five thousand dollars. Repairs, etc.

For repairs and materials required in maintenance of Mills Building, including oil, grease, tools, pipe, wire, and other inaterials needed for maintenance and repair of hoilers, engines, heating apparatus, electric lighting and power plant and water-supply system, five hundred dollars.

Stationery, furni. ture, etc.

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

Interior Department.

bers.

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY: For compensation of the Secretary of Pay of Secretary,

Assistants, clerks, etc. the Interior, eight thousand dollars; First Assistant Secretary, four thousand five hundred dollars, and for additional compensation while the office is held by the present incumbent, one thousand five hundred dollars; Assistant Secretary, four thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars, and five hundred dollars additional as . superintendent of the Patent Office building and other buildings of the Department of the Interior; additional to one member of Board of Board of Pension

Appeals. Pension Appeals, acting as chief of the board, five hundred dollars; nine members of a Board of Pension. Appeals, to be appointed by the Secretary of the Interior, at two thousand dollars each; twenty addi- Additional memtional members of the Board of Pension Appeals, to be selected and appointed by the Secretary of the Interior from persons not now or the conditions prescribed by the Act entitled "An Act to regulate and

Vol. 22, p. 408 improve the civil service,” approved January sixteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and five, at two thousand dollars each; three additional members of said Board of Pension Appeals, to be appointed by the Secretary of the Interior and to be selected from the force of the Pension Office, at two thousand dollars each; special land inspector, connected with the administration Land inspector. of the public-land service, to be appointed by the Secretary of the Interior and to be subject to his direction, two thousand fivo hundred dollars; four special inspectors, Department of the Interior, to be Special inspectors. appointed by the Secretary of the Interior and to be subject to his direction, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; clerk in charge of documents, two thousand one hundred dollars; custodian, who shall give bond in such sum as the Secretary of the Interior may determine, two thousand one hundred dollars; seven clerks, chiefs of division, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars each, one of whom shall be disbursing clerk; four clerks, at two thousand dollars each; private secretary to the Secretary of the Interior, two thousand five hundred dollars; fourteen clerks of class four; fourteen clerks of class three; eighteen clerks of class two; twenty-eight clerks of class one, two of whom shall be stenographers or typewriters; returns office clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; female clerk, to be designated by the President, to sign land patents, one thousand two hundred dollars; five clerks, at one thousand dollars each; one clerk, nine hundred dollars; ten copyists; two copyists or typewriters, at nine hundred dollars each; telephone operator, nine hundred dollars; three messen- Messengers, etc. gers; six assistant messengers; fifteen laborers; two skilled mechanics, one at nine hundred dollars and one at seven hundred and twenty dollars; two carpenters, at nine hundred dollars each; plumber, nine hundred dollars; electrician, one thousand dollars; one laborer, six hundred dollars; six laborers, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; one packer, six hundred and sixty dollars; two conductors of elevator, at seven bundred and twenty dollars each; four charwomen; captain of the watch, one thousand dollars; forty watchmen; additional to two Watchmen acting as lieutenants of watchmen, at one hundred and twenty dollars each; engineer, one thousand two hundred dollars; assistant engineer, one thousand dollars; and seven firemen; one clerk,

proval of tribal deeds. to be appointed by the Secretary of the Interior, to sign, under the direction of the Secretary, in his name and for him, his approval of all tribal deeds to allottees and deeds for town lots made and executed according to law for any of the Five Civilized Tribes of Indians in the Indian Territory, one thousand two hundred dollars; in all, three hundred and twenty-one thousand nine hundred and thirty dollars.

Clerks, etc.

Clerk

to sign ap

General's Office.

Employees old Post For employees, for the proper protection, heating, care, and preserOffice Department building.

vation of the old Post-Office Department building, occupied by the Department of the Interior, namely: One engineer, one thousand four hundred dollars; assistant engineer, one thousand dollars; four firemen; three watchmen, acting as lieutenants, at eight hundred and forty dollars each; twenty watchmen; conductor of elevator, seven hundred and twenty dollars; fourteen laborers; ten laborers, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; three skilled mechanics (painter, carpenter, and plumber), at mine hundred dollars each; in all, thirty-nine

thousand six hundred and sixty dollars. Assistant Attorney

OFFICE OF ASSISTANT ATTORNEY-GENERAL: For assistant attorney, three thousand dollars; assistant attorney, two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; three assistant attorneys, at two thousand five bundred dollars each; four assistant attorneys, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars each; ten assistant attorneys, at two thousand dollars each; four clerks of class three, one of whom shall act as stenographer and one of whom shall be a stenographer and typewriter; one clerk of class one; in all, forty-nine thousand eight hundred and

fifty dollars. Per diem, etc. For Land inspectors.

diem in lieu of subsistence of one special land inspector con

per nected with the administration of the public-land service, while traveling on duty, at a rate to be fixed by the Secretary of the Interior, not exceeding three dollars per day, and for actual necessary expenses of transportation (including temporary employment of stenographers, typewriters, and other assistance outside of the District of Columbia, and for incidental expenditures necessary to the efficient conduct of examinations), two thousand dollars, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior.

For per diem in lieu of subsistence of four special inspectors, Department of the Interior, while traveling on duty, at a rate to be fixed by the Secretary of the Interior, not exceeding three dollars per day, and for actual necessary expenses of transportation (including temporary employment of stenographers, typewriters, and other assistance outside of the District of Columbia, and for incidental expenditures necessary to the efficient conduct of examinations), to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior, eight thousand

dollars. General LandOffice. GENERAL LAND OFFICE: For the Commissioner of the General

Land Office, five thousand dollars; Assistant Commissioner, to be appointed by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, who shall be authorized to sign such letters, papers, and documents and to perform such other duties as may be directed by the Commissioner, and shall act as Commissioner in the absence of that officer or in case of a vacancy in the office of Commissioner, three thousand five hundred dollars; chief clerk, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; two law clerks, at two thousand two hundred dollars each; three inspectors of surveyors-general and district land offices, at two thousand dollars each; recorder, two thousand dollars; eleven chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; two law examiners, at two thousand dollars each; ten principal examiners of land claims and contests, at two thousand doilars each; two examiners of mineral claims and contests, at two thousand dollars each; thirty-eight clerks of class four; sixty-four clerks of class three; sixty-seven clerks of class two; sixty-nine clerks of class one; fifty-eight clerks, at one thousand dollars each; sixty-four copyists; two messengers; ten assistant messengers; six skilled laborers, who may act as assistant messengers when required, at six hundred and sixty dollars each; seventeen laborers; one packer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; one depositary acting for the Commissioner as receiver of public moneys and also as confidential secretary, two thousand dollars;

Per diem, etc., investigations.

Law books.

Proviso.
Distribution.

Stateand Territorial maps.

Mine inspectors.
Vol. 26, p. 1104.

librarian for the law library of the General Land Office, to be selected by the Secretary of the Interior wholly with reference to his special fitness for such work, one thousand dollars; in all, tive hundred and sixty-three thousand nine hundred and thirty dollars.

For per diem in lieu of subsistence of inspectors and of clerks detailed to investigate fraudulent land entries, trespasses on the public lands, and cases of official misconduct, while traveling on duty, at a rate to be fixed by the Secretary of the Interior, not exceeding three dollars per day, and for actual necessary expenses of transportation, including necessary sleeping-car fares, and for employment of stenographers and other assistants when necessary to the efficient conduct of exanıinations, and when authorized by the Commissioner of the General Land Office, seven thousand dollars.

For law books for the law library of the General Land Office, two hundred dollars.

For connected and separate United States and other maps prepared . Maps. in the General Land Office, nineteen thousand one hundred and sixty dollars: Provided, That of the United States maps procured hereun-ler seven thousand two hundred copies shall be delivered to the Senate and fourteen thousand four hundred copies shall be delivered to the House of Representatives, and the residue shall be delivered to the Secretary of the Interior for distribution. And all

maps

delivered to the Senate and House of Representatives hereunder shall be mounted with rollers ready for use.

For separate State and Territorial maps prepared in the General Land Office, one thousand dollars.

MINE INSPECTORS: For salaries of two mine inspectors, authorized by the Act approved March third, eighteen hundred and ninety-one, for the protection of the lives of miners in the Territories, at two thousand dollars per annum each, four thousand dollars.

For per diem, subject to such rules and regulations as the Secretary Expenses.
of the Interioș may prescribe, in lieu of subsistence at a rate not
exceeding three dollars per day each, while absent from their homes
on duty, and for actual necessary traveling expenses of said inspectors,
including necessary sleeping-car fares, three thousand three hundred
and fifty dollars.

INDIAN OFFICE: For the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, five thousand dollars; Assistant Commissioner, who sball also perform the duties of chief clerk, three thousand dollars; financial clerk, two thousand dollars; two chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; principal bookkeeper, one thousand eight hundred dollars; six clerks of class four; sixteen clerks of class three; stenographer, one thousand six bundred dollars; stenographer, one thousand four hundred dollars; eighteen clerks of class two; draftsman, one thousand six hundred dollars; draftsman, one thousand five hundred dollars; architect, one thousand five hundred dollars; thirty-one clerks of class one; seventeen clerks, at one tbousand dollars each; one clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars, and one stenographer, and one clerk at one thousand dollars each to superintendent of Indian schools; sixteen copyists; one messenger; four assistant messengers; three laborers; messenger boy, three hundred and sixty dollars; and four cbarwomen; in all, one hundred and sixty-three tbousand eight hundred and twenty dollars.

For the following clerks now employed and paid from the appropriation for the work under the Commission to the Five Civilized Tribes, namely: Four clerks of class three; one clerk of class two; and three stenographers, at one thousand dollars each; in all, ten thousand eigbt hundred dollars.

Pension OFFICE: For the Commissioner of Pensions, five thousand Pension Office. dollars; First Deputy Commissioner, three thousand six hundred dollars; Second Deputy Commissioner, three thousand six hundred

Indian Office.

Commission to Five Civilized Tribes.

Clerical services.

dollars; chief clerk, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; assistant chief clerk, two thousand dollars; medical referee, three thousand dollars; assistant medical referee, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; two qualified surgeons, who shall be experts in their profession, at two thousand dollars each; thirty-eight medical examiners, who shall be surgeons of education, skill, and experience in their profession, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; ten chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; law clerk, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; chief of board of review, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; fifty-seven principal examiners, at two thousand dollars each; twenty assistant chiefs of division, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; three stenographers, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; seventy clerks of class four; eighty-five clerks of class three; three hundred and twenty-nine clerks of class two; three hundred and ninety-nine clerks of class one; two hundred and twenty-five clerks, at one thousand dollars each; one hundred and forty-five copyists; superintendent of building, one thousand four hundred dollars; two engineers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; three firemen; thirty-three messengers; twelve assistant messengers; twenty messenger boys, at four hundred dollars each; fortyfive laborers; ten female laborers, at four hundred dollars each; fifteen charwomen; one painter, skilled in his trade, nine hundred dollars; one cabinetmaker, skilled in his trade, nine hundred dollars; captain of the watch, eight hundred and forty dollars; three sergeants of the watch, at seven hundred and fifty dollars each; twenty watchmen; in all, one million pine hundred and thirty-seven thousand two hundred

and ten dollars. Per diem, etc., in- For per diem, when absent from home and traveling on duty outside vestigations.

the District of Columbia, for special examiners, or other persons employed in the Bureau of Pensions, detailed for the purpose of making special investigations pertaining to said Bureau, in lieu of expenses for subsistence, not exceeding three dollars per day, and for actual and necessary expenses for transportation and assistance, and any other necessary expenses, including telegrams, four hundred

thousand dollars: Provided, That two special examiners or clerks Chief and assistant

detailed and acting as chief and assistant chief of the division of special examiners may be allowed, from this appropriation, in addition to their salaries and in lieu of per diem and all expenses for subsistence, a sum sufficient to make their annual compensation two thousand dollars and one thousand eight bundred dollars, respectively, and whenever it may be necessary for either of them to travel on official business outside the District of Columbia by special direction of the Commissioner, he shall receive the same allowance in lieu of subsistence and for transportation as is herein provided for special examiners and detailed clerks engaged in field service; and the Secretary of the Interior shall so apportion the sum herein appropriated as to prevent a

deficiency therein. Additional special For an additional force of one hundred and fifty special examiners

for one year, at a salary of cae thousand three hundred dollars each, one hundred and ninety-five thousand dollars, and no person so appointed sball be employed in the State from which he is appointed; and any of those now employed in the Pension Office or as special

examiners may be reappointed if they be found to be qualified. Patent Office.

PATENT OFFICE: For the Commissioner of Patents, five tbousand dollars; Assistant Commissioner, who shall perform such duties pertaining to the office of Commissioner as may be assigned to him by the Commissioner, three thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; two law clerks, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; three examiners in chief, at three thousand dollars each; examiner of interferences, two thousand five hundred dollars; thirty-nine princi

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