Compensation of the For compensation of the President of the United States, fifty thou- president. sand dollars. For compensation of the Vice-President of the United States, from and including March fourth, nineteen hundred and five, two thousand six hundred and fifteen dollars and thirty-eight cents. Compensation of the Vice-President. Executive office. For compensation to the following in the office of the President of the United States: Secretary, five thousand dollars; two assistant sec- ants, etc. retaries, at three thousand dollars each; executive clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; executive clerk and disbursing officer, two thousand dollars; two clerks, at two thousand dollars each; six clerks of class four; one clerk of class four, who shall be a telegrapher; four clerks of class three; usher to the President, one thousand eight hundred dollars; steward, one thousand eight hundred dollars; chief doorkeeper, one thousand eight hundred dollars; eight doorkeepers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; four messengers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; five messengers, at nine hundred dollars each; watchman, nine hundred dollars; one fireman; laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; laborer, six hundred dollars; in all, sixtyfive thousand seven hundred and forty dollars. For contingent expenses of the Executive Office, including station- Contingent expenses. ery therefor, as well as record books, telegrams, telephones, books for library, furniture and carpets for offices, care of office carriages, horses, and harness, and miscellaneous items, to be expended in the discretion of the President, twenty thousand dollars. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION. Civil Service Commission. aminer, etc. For three Commissioners, at three thousand five hundred dollars each; Commissioners, ex- For necessary traveling expenses, including those of examiners act- Expenses. DEPARTMENT OF STATE. Department of State. Assistants, clerks, etc. For compensation of the Secretary of State, eight thousand dollars: Pay of Secretary, Assistant Secretary, four thousand five hundred dollars; Second and Third Assistant Secretaries, at four thousand five hundred dollars each; chief clerk, three thousand dollars; assistant solicitor of the Department of State, to be appointed by the Secretary of State, three thousand dollars; law clerk, and assistant, to be selected and appointed by the Secretary of State, to edit the laws of Congress and perform such other duties as may be required of them,.at two thousand five hundred dollars and one thousand five hundred dollars, respectively; eight chiefs of bureaus, at two thousand one hundred dollars each; two VOL XXXIII, PT 1————7 Contingent expenses. Books, etc. Lithographer, etc. Miscellaneous. Carriage. Treasury Depart ment. Pay of Secretary, Assistants, clerks, etc. Chief clerk, clerks, etc. Engineer, etc. Watchmen. translators, at two thousand one hundred dollars each; additional to Chief of Bureau of Accounts as disbursing clerk, two hundred dollars; private secretary to the Secretary, two thousand five hundred dollars; twelve clerks of class four; eight clerks of class three; fourteen clerks of class two; twenty-eight clerks of class one, one of whom is to be a telegraph operator; five clerks, at one thousand dollars each; twelve clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; chief messenger, one thousand dollars; two messengers; sixteen assistant messengers; packer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; and for temporary typewriters and stenographers, to be selected by the Secretary, two thousand dollars; in all, one hundred and seventy-five thousand five hundred and twenty dollars. CONTINGENT EXPENSES DEPARTMENT OF STATE: For the following sums which shall be so apportioned as to prevent deficiencies therein, namely: For stationery, furniture, fixtures, and repairs, and for the purchase of passport paper, six thousand five hundred dollars. For books and maps and books for the library, two thousand dollars. For services of lithographer and necessary materials for the lithographic press, one thousand two hundred dollars. For miscellaneous expenses, including care and subsistence of horses, to be used only for official purposes, repairs of wagons, carriage, and harness, rent of stable, telegraphic and electric apparatus and repairs to the same, and other items not included in the foregoing; in all, five thousand dollars. For the purchase of a carriage for the official use of the Secretary of State, one thousand dollars. TREASURY DEPARTMENT. OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY: For compensation of the Secretary of the Treasury, eight thousand dollars; three Assistant Secretaries of the Treasury, at four thousand five hundred dollars each; clerk to the Secretary, two thousand five hundred dollars; stenographer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; three private secretaries, one to each Assistant Secretary, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; Government actuary, under control of the Treasury, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; one clerk of class four; one clerk of class two; two clerks of class one; one clerk, one thousand dollars; four messengers; three assistant messengers; and one laborer; in all, fortysix thousand two hundred and thirty dollars. Office of chief clerk and superintendent: For chief clerk, including three hundred dollars as superintendent of Treasury building, three thousand dollars; assistant superintendent of Treasury building, two thousand five hundred dollars; inspector of electric-light plants, gas, and fixtures for all public buildings under control of the Treasury Department, two thousand dollars; assistant inspector of electric-light plants and draftsman, one thousand six hundred dollars; five clerks of class four; additional to one clerk of class four, as bookkeeper, one hundred dollars; three clerks of class three; three clerks of class two; four clerks of class one (one as librarian); one clerk one thousand dollars; one messenger; two assistant messengers; s rekeeper, one thousand two hundred dollars; telegraph operator, one thousand two hundred dollars; telephone operator and assistant telegraph operator, one thousand two hundred dollars; chief engineer, one thousand four hundred dollars; three assistant engineers, at one thousand dollars each; six elevator conductors, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; three firemen; five firemen, at six hundred and sixty dollars each; coal passer, five hundred dollars; locksmith and electrician, one thousand four hundred dollars; captain of the watch, one thousand four hundred dollars; two lieutenants of the watch, at nine hundred Laborers. Cabinet shop. dollars each; fifty-eight watchmen; six special watchmen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; foreman of laborers, one thousand dollars; skilled laborer, male, eight hundred and forty dollars; wireman, nine hundred dollars; two skilled laborers, male, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; twenty-six laborers; ten laborers, at five hundred dollars each; laborer, four hundred and eighty dollars; two laborers, at three hundred and sixty dollars each; eighty-seven charwomen; foreman of cabinet shop, one thousand five hundred dollars; draftsman, one thousand two hundred dollars; ten cabinetmakers, at one thousand dollars each; cabinetmaker, seven hundred and twenty dollars; carpenter, one thousand dollars; carpenter's helper, six hundred and sixty dollars. For the Winder Building: Engineer, Winder Building. one thousand dollars; three firemen; conductor of elevator, seven hundred and twenty dollars; four watchmen; three laborers, one of whom, when necessary, shall assist and relieve the conductor of the elevator; laborer, four hundred and eighty dollars; and six charwomen. For the Cox Building, seventeen hundred and nine New York avenue: Three watchmen-firemen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; and one laborer; in all, one hundred and eighty-one thousand two hundred and twenty dollars. Division of bookkeeping and warrants: For chief of division, three thousand five hundred dollars; assistant chief of division, two thousand seven hundred dollars; estimate and digest clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; two principal bookkeepers, at two thousand one hundred dollars each; eleven bookkeepers, at two thousand dollars each; twelve clerks of class four; four clerks of class three; three clerks of class two; three clerks of class one; one messenger; two assistant messengers; and one laborer; in all, seventy-three thousand six hundred and forty dollars. Division of customs: For chief of division, two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; assistant chief of division, two thousand dollars; five law clerks, at two thousand dollars each; two clerks of class four; one clerk of class three; two clerks of class two; four clerks of class one; four clerks, at one thousand dollars each; one clerk, nine hundred dollars; and two assistant messengers; in all, thirty-three thousand eight hundred and ninety dollars. Division of appointments: For chief of division, two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; assistant chief of division, two thousand dollars; executive clerk, two thousand dollars; law and bond clerk, two thousand dollars; three clerks of class four; three clerks of class three; three clerks of class two; five clerks of class one; four clerks, at one thousand dollars each; three clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; one messenger; two assistant messengers; and one laborer; in all, thirty-eight thousand seven hundred and ninety dollars. Division of public moneys: For chief of division, two thousand five hundred dollars; assistant chief of division, two thousand dollars; five clerks of class four; three clerks of class three; two clerks of class two; one clerk of class one; one clerk, one thousand dollars; one clerk, nine hundred dollars; one messenger; and one assistant messenger; in all, twenty-five thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars. Division of loans and currency: For chief of division, three thousand dollars; assistant chief of division, two thousand one hundred dollars; five clerks of class four; additional to two clerks of class four as receiving clerk of bonds, and bookkeeper, one hundred dollars each; one clerk of class three; two clerks of class two; three clerks of class one; two clerks, at one thousand dollars each; eighteen clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; twelve expert counters, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; one messenger; two assistant messengers; nine laborers; superintendent of paper room, one thousand two hundred dollars; paper Cox Building. Bookkeeping and warrants division. Customs division. Appointment divi sion. Public moneys division. Loans and currency division. Revenue-Cutter di vision. Miscellaneous divi sion. Stationery, etc., division. Mail and files division. Special agents division. Disbursing clerks. Supervising Architect's office. Draftsmen, etc. Proviso. Limit. cutter, at three dollars per day; paper counter, seven hundred and twenty dollars; thirty-six paper counters and laborers, at six hundred and twenty dollars each; and one laborer, five hundred and fifty dollars; in all, eighty-three thousand and eighty-nine dollars. Division of Revenue-Cutter Service: For assistant chief of division, two thousand four hundred dollars; one clerk of class four; four clerks of class three; two clerks of class two; three clerks of class one; two clerks, at one thousand dollars each; two clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; and two laborers; in all, twenty-two thousand one hundred and twenty dollars. Miscellaneous division: For chief of division, two thousand five hundred dollars; assistant chief of division, two thousand dollars; one clerk of class four; one clerk of class three; one clerk of class two; one clerk of class one; clerk, one thousand dollars; clerk, nine hundred dollars; and one assistant messenger; in all, thirteen thousand one hundred and twenty dollars. Division of printing and stationery: For chief of division, two thousand five hundred dollars; assistant chief of division, two thousand dollars; four clerks of class four; four clerks of class three; three clerks of class two; one clerk of class one; two clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; two messengers; two assistant messengers; one laborer; foreman of bindery, at six dollars per day; four binders, at four dollars per day each; and two sewers and folders, at two dollars and fifty cents per day each; in all, thirty-seven thousand five hundred and thirty-one dollars. Division of mail and files: For chief of division, two thousand five hundred dollars; registered mail and bond clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; five clerks of class two; additional to one clerk of class two, in charge of documents, two hundred dollars; two clerks of class one; six clerks, at one thousand dollars each; four clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; one mail messenger, one thousand two hundred dollars; two assistant messengers; two laborers, at six hundred dollars each; and two messenger boys, at three hundred and sixty dollars each; in all, twenty-eight thousand and sixty dollars. Division of special agents: For assistant chief of division, two thousand four hundred dollars; one clerk of class three; one clerk of class two; three clerks of class one; one clerk, one thousand dollars; three clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; and one messenger; in all, thirteen thousand five hundred and forty dollars. Offices of disbursing clerks: For two disbursing clerks, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; two clerks of class four; one clerk of class two; two clerks of class one; one clerk, one thousand dollars; in all, thirteen thousand four hundred dollars. OFFICE OF THE SUPERVISING ARCHITECT: In the construction branch of the Treasury: For Supervising Architect, four thousand five hundred dollars; and one assistant messenger; in all, five thousand two hundred and twenty dollars. And the services of skilled draftsmen, civil engineers, computers, accountants, assistants to the photographer, copyists, and such other services as the Secretary of the Treasury may deem necessary and specially order, may be employed in the office of the Supervising Architect exclusively to carry into effect the various appropriations for public buildings, to be paid for from and equitably charged against such appropriations: Provided, That the expenditures on this account for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and five, shall not exceed three hundred and fifty thousand dollars; and that the Secretary of the Treasury shall each year in the annual estimates report to Congress the number of persons so employed and the amount paid to each. OFFICE OF COMPTROLLER OF THE TREASURY: For Comptroller of Comptroller's office. the Treasury, five thousand five hundred dollars; Assistant Comptroller of the Treasury, four thousand five hundred dollars; chief clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; chief law clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; eight law clerks revising accounts and briefing opinions, one at two thousand one hundred dollars and seven at two thousand dollars each; six expert accountants, at two thousand dollars each; private secretary, one thousand eight hundred dollars; eight clerks of class four; one clerk of class three; two clerks of class two; two typewriter-copyists at one thousand dollars each; two messengers; one assistant messenger; and one laborer; in all, sixty-eight thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars. Office of Auditor for OFFICE OF AUDITOR FOR TREASURY DEPARTMENT: For Auditor, Tref four thousand dollars; Deputy Auditor, two thousand five hundred ment. dollars; law clerk, two thousand dollars; four chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; seventeen clerks of class four; thirteen clerks of class three; ten clerks of class two; twenty-seven clerks of class one; seven clerks, at one thousand dollars each; three clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; three assistant messengers; four laborers; in all, one hundred and twenty-eight thousand eight hundred dollars. For clerical force for the liquidation of manifests of vessels and cars arriving in the United States from foreign countries with merchandise intended for consumption, namely: For one clerk of class four; two clerks of class three; three clerks of class two; three clerks of class one; ten clerks, at one thousand dollars each; and three clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; in all, twenty-five thousand five hundred dollars. OFFICE OF AUDITOR FOR WAR DEPARTMENT: For Auditor, four thousand dollars; Deputy Auditor, two thousand five hundred dollars; law clerk, two thousand dollars; six chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; twenty-four clerks of class four; additional to one clerk as disbursing clerk, two hundred dollars; fifty-four clerks of class three; seventy-two clerks of class two; eighty-four clerks of class one; twenty clerks, at one thousand dollars each; fifteen clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; skilled laborer, nine hundred dollars; three clerks, at eight hundred and forty dollars each; one messenger; three assistant messengers; and eleven laborers; in all, three hundred and ninety-nine thousand and eighty dollars. Clerks on manifests. Office of Auditor for War Department. For the purpose of restoring and repairing the worn-out and defaced Restoring rolls, etc. rolls and vouchers in the office of the Auditor for the War Depart ment, twenty-one thousand dollars. Office of Auditor for OFFICE OF AUDITOR FOR NAVY DEPARTMENT: For Auditor, four Navy Department. thousand dollars; Deputy Auditor, two thousand five hundred dollars; law clerk, two thousand dollars; three chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; nine clerks of class four; seventeen clerks of class three; thirteen clerks of class two; sixteen clerks of class one; twelve clerks, at one thousand dollars each; eight clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; one clerk, eight hundred dollars; one messenger; one assistant messenger; and two laborers; in all, one hundred and eighteen thousand one hundred and eighty dollars. Office of Auditor for OFFICE OF AUDITOR FOR INTERIOR DEPARTMENT: For Auditor, Interior Department. four thousand dollars; Deputy Auditor, two thousand five hundred dollars; law clerk, two thousand dollars; three chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; ten clerks of class four; sixteen clerks of class three; twenty-eight clerks of class two; twenty-eight clerks of class one; sixteen clerks, at one thousand dollars each; fourteen clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; one assistant messenger; four skilled laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; six laborers; and one female laborer, six hundred dollars; in all, one hundred and sixtyseven thousand six hundred and sixty dollars. |