in the office of the Secretary of the Treasury, belonging to that department, as shall be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury, or as may be required by law; and the sum of two thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be found necessary, be, and the same is hereby, appropriated, out of ally money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the payment of said salary for the current fiscal year.

SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That there be appropriated. to supply deficiencies for repair of the coal- and landing-wharf at Key West, to erect a crane thereon, and to cover the extension of the machine-shop at that point, ten thousand dollars.

SEC. 5. And be it further enacted, That there be appropriated, for payment of 1etter-carriers to July first, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, to be paid out of the revenues of the post-office department, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

SEC. 6. And be it further enacted, That in addition to the clerical force now authorized by law, the following clerks and employees are hereby authorized in the several departments and offices hereinafter specified, to be employed and continue only during the rebellion, and for one year after its close, viz : -

In the office of the Secretary of the Treasury, one clerk of class four, one of class three, eight of class two, and fourteen of class one.

In the construction branch of the treasury, one superintending architect, one assistant architect, two clerks of class four, four of class three, two of class one, and one messenger at an annual salary of six hundred dollars.

In the first comptroller's office, five clerks of class four, and one clerk of class four substituted for one of class one.

In the second comptroller's office, five clerks of class four, six of class three, ten of class two, and fifteen of class one.

In the first auditor's office, two clerks of class four, and one of class two.

In the second auditor's office, fifteen clerks of class three, fifty of class Two, and one hundred and forty of class one, and one clerk at nine hundred dollars per annum.

In the third auditor's office, two clerks of class four, two of class three, five of class two, twenty-four of class one, and one messenger at a salary of seven hundred dollars per annum, and two laborers at an annual salary of six hundred dollars each.

In the fourth auditor's office, five clerks of class four, nine of class three, nine of class two, thirty-five of class one, and one laborer at an annual salary of six hundred dollars.

In the fifth auditor’s office, one clerk of class four, to be substituted for one of class three.

In the treasurer's office, four clerks of class four, two of class three, seventeen of class two, and six of class one.

In the register's office, four clerks of class four, six of class three, six of class two, eight of class one, and one messenger at a salary of seven hundred dollars per annum.

In the office of the commissioner of customs, one clerk of class three, three of class two, and four of class one.

In the office of the Secretary of the Navy, two clerks of class four.

In the office of the adjutant-general, two clerks of class foul; eight of class three, nineteen of class two, and seventy-four of class one.

In the office of the quartermaster-general, fifteen clerks of class three, thirty-five of class two, one hundred and ten of class one, and six laborers at an annual salary of six hundred dollars each.

In the paymaster-general's office, nine clerks of class three, twenty-six of class two, seventy-five of class one, three messengers at an annual salary of eight hundred and forty dollars each, and four watchmen at an annual salary of six hundred dollars each.

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Last updated November 2, 2009