Stenographers. School Journal. Lecturers, etc. Adjutant General. Clerk hire. Stenographer. Contingent. State Military History of War for Suppression of the Rebellion. Claims. Librarian. For the payment of the salary of two stenographers and typewriters, two years, the sum of four thousand dollars. For the payment of the cost of circulating the Pennsylvania School Journal, two years, the sum of five thousand dollars. For the payment of lecturers and instructors em. ployed by the Superintendent of Public Instruction to lecture and teach at summer assemblies, held by the Pennsylvania Educational Association, and by associations incorporated for the purpose of promoting education and popular culture, for two years, twelve thousand dollars. Adjutant General's Department. For the payment of the salary of the Adjutant General, two years, the sum of eight thousand dollars. For the payment of clerk hire in the Adjutant General's office, and employes at the State Arsenal, two years, the sum of thirty-seven thousand six hundred dollars. For the payment of the salary of the stenographer, two years, the sum of two thousand dollars. For the payment of the contingent expenses, including the shipping of arms and so forth, two years, the sum of seven thousand eight hundred dollars. For the payment of the expenses of the State Military Board, two years, the sum of three thousand six hundred dollars. For classifying, editing and preparing for publication, in book form, copies of the important and historical letters, telegrams and official reports and communications relating to the participation of the Com monwealth of Pennsylvania in the War for the Sup. pression of the Rebellion, and filed in the Adjutant General's office during the years eighteen hundred and sixty-one to eighteen hundred and sixty-five, inclusive, the sum of twenty-five hundred dollars. For the payment of services rendered in computing, compiling, filing, and collecting the balance due on the claims of the State of Pennsylvania against the Government of the United States for stores furnished and expense incurred by the State of Pennsylvania in furnishing its quota of troops for the Spanish-Ameri'an war, so much as may be necessary, to be paid on the warrant of the Auditor General, not exceeding, however, five per centum of the amount collected from the government of the United States by the State of Pennsylvania on account of said claims. State Library. For the payment of the salary of the State Librarian, two years, the sum of five thousand dollars. For the payment of the salary of the First Assistant State Librarian, two years, the sum of three thousand six hundred dollars. For the payment of the salary of the Second Assistant State Librarian, two years, the sum of three thousand dollars. For the payment of the salary of the clerk, for two years, the sum of two thousand dollars. For the payment of the salary of an assistant, in charge of the Division of Public Records in connection with the State Library, for two years, the sum of three thousand dollars. For the payment of the necessary expenses incident to the preservation of the public records in the Division of Public Records, for two years, the sum of fifteen thousand dollars. For the payment of the salary of the messenger, two years the sum of two thousand dollars. For the payment of the salary of the night watchman, two years, the sum of one thousand eight hundred dollars. For the payment of freight, expressage, postage, cleaning room, and miscellaneous expenses, the sum of seven thousand dollars. For the purchase of law books and exchanges, the sum of six thousand dollars. For the payment of the annual subscription to at least one leading newspaper in each county of the Commonwealth, for permanent preservation, two years, the sum of one thousand two hundred dollars. For the purchase of such of the English Parliamentary papers as may be deemed advisable by the Librarian and the trustees of the State Library, the sum of seven hundred and fifty dollars, For the purchase of miscellaneous books, two years, the sum of twelve thousand dollars. For the payment of the services of a stenographer and typewriter, two years, the sum of two thousand dollars. For the payment of the expenses incident to the work of preparing a law catalogue of the State Library, and for the continuation of the regular cataloguing work of the Library, two years, the sum of forty-eight hundred dollars. For the payment of expenses incident to the continuation of the work of preparing a catalogue of the State Library on the card-catalogue plan, and for such indexing work as may be needful, for two years, the sum of four thousand eight hundred dollars. State Reporter. For the payment of the salary of the State Reporter, two years, the sum of six thousand dollars . First assistant. Second assistant. Clerk. Division of Public Preservation of Messenger. Night watchman. Contingent. Law books, etc. Newspapers. English parliamentary papers. Books. Stenographer. Law catalogue Card-catalogue. Reporter. Assistant. Clerk hire. Superintendent. Bookkeeper. Stenographer. Meghanic. Watchman. Gardener. Assistant gardener. Sergeant. Police. Elevator men. Carpenters. Fxpenses. Contingent. Insurance. Water. For the payment of the salary of the Assistant State Reporter, two years, the sum of four thousand dollars. For the payment of stationery, clerk hire and assistance, two years, the sum of six thousand dollars. Public Grounds and Buildings. For the payment of the salary of the Superintendent of Public Grounds and Buildings, two years, the sum of six thousand dollars. For the payment of the salary of the bookkeeper, two years, the sum of three thousand dollars. For the payment of the salary of the storekeeper, for two years, the sum of two thousand dollars. For the payment of the salary of the stenographer, for two years, the sum of one thousand eight hundred dollars. For the payment of the salary of the mechanic, two years, the sum of one thousand eight hundred dollars. For the payment of the salary of the night watchman, two years, the sum of one thousand eight hundred dollars. For the payment of the salary of the gardener, two years, the sum of two thousand dollars. For the payment of the salary of the assistant gardener, two years, the sum of one thousand eight hundred dollars. For the payment of the salary of the sergeant-ofpolice, two years, the sum of two thousand dollars. For the payment of the salaries of six policemen (each nine hundred dollars per annum), two years, the sum of ten thousand eight hundred dollars. For the payment of the salary of two elevator men (each nine hundred dollars per annum), two years, the sum of three thousand six hundred dollars. For the payment of the salary of the carpenter and cabinet-maker, two years, the sum of one thousand eight hundred dollars. For the payment of the expenses of keeping the puh. lic buildings and grounds in order, and repairing and improving the same, two years, the sum of thirty-one thousand eight hundred dollars. For the payment of the general contingent fund, as provided for in section sixteen of the act of Assembly, approved March twenty-sixth, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-five, two years, the sum of ten thou. sand dollars. For the payment of premiums on insurance upon the public building and the contents thereof, the sum of one hundred thousand dollars. For the payment to the city of Harrisburg for supplying the public buildings and grounds with water, for the two fiscal years commencing June first, ole thousand nine hundred and five, the sum of five thousand dollars. For the payment of the salary of the secretary of the Board of Public Grounds and Buildings, two years, the sum of six hundred dollars. For the payment of the salary of the night watchman in the building now temporarily occupied by the several Departments during the construction of the new Capitol building, for two years, the sum of one thousand eight hundred dollars. For the payment of the cost of electric light, power and steam heat for the public buildings and grounds, for the two fiscal years commencing June first, one thousand nine hundred and five, such amount as may be found due on the contract made for furnishing said electric light, power and steam heat, upon an account rendered and settled by the Auditor General in the usual manner; and also such amount for gas as may be found due the gas company, when supplied on the contract with the company, and upon a regular account being rendered to the Auditor General and set. tled in the usual manner, in accordance with exist. ing laws. The contracts to be awarded and all moneys to be expended under the direction of the Board of Public Grounds and Buildings, and all work to be under the supervision of the Superintendent of the same, who shall certify to the Board of Public Grounds and Buildings that the contracts have been carried out in a satisfactory manner before warrants shall be drawn. The said superintendent shall file quarterly with the Auditor General, within ten days after the close of each quarter for settlement, specifically itemized vouchers for all sums expended by him under this paragraph. For the payment of the rent of the various buildings temporarily occupied for department and storage purposes by the Departments formerly in the old Treasury, Internal Affairs, and Capitol buildings, and new departments created by the last Legislature, two years, the sum of fifteen thousand dollars. For the payment of the salaries of the employes of the Department of Public Grounds and Buildings, as provided by Senate bill number one hundred and ninety-one, session of one thousand nine hundred and five, conditioned upon its passage by the Legislature and approval by the Governor, the sum of two hundred and fifty-six thousand three hundred and twenty dollars, as follows: For the payment of the salary of the Secretary of the Board, two years, the sum of one thousand dollars. For the payment of the salary of the Assistant Super. intendent of Public Grounds and Buildings, two years, the sum of three thousand six hundred dollars. For the payment of the salary of the bookkeeper, two years, the sum of three thousand dollars. For the salary of the night watchman for store-room, two years, the sum of three thousand dollars. For the payment of the salary of messenger, two years, the sum of eighteen hundred dollars. For the payment of the salary of assistant messenger, two years, the sum of nine hundred and sixty dollars. For the payment of the salary of the sergeant-of-police, two years, the sum of two thousand four hundred dollars. For the payment of the salaries of twelve policemen, two years, the sum of twenty-one thousand six hundred dollars. For the payment of the salary of the gardener, two years, the sum of two thousand two hundred dollars. For the payment of the salary of assistant gardener, two years. the sum of two thousand dollars. For the salary of the day fireman and florist, two years, the sum of eighteen hundred dollars. For the payment of the salary of the night fireman and watchman, two years, the sum of eighteen hundred dollars. For the payment of the salary of the foreman of grounds, two years, the sum of two thousand four hundred dollars. For the payment of the salaries of six carefitter's helper, two years, the sum of eight thousand six hundred and forty dollars. For the payment of the salary of the machinist, two years, the sum of two thousand four hundred dollars. For the payment of the salary of the carpenter, two years, the sum of two thousand four hundred dollars. For the payment of the salaries of two elevatormen, two years, the sum of three thousand six hundred dollars. For the salary of the chief engineer, two years, the sum of five thousand dollars. For the salary of the assistant chief engineer, two years, the sum of four thousand dollars. For the salary of the night engineer, two years, the sum of three thousand six hundred dollars. For the salaries of two assistant engineers, two years, the sum of four thou 37 Laws. Secretary. Watchman. Electric light. steam heat, gas, etc. Rent. salaries of officers and employes. sand dollars. For the salaries of six firemen, two years, the sum of ten thousand eight hundred dollars. For the salary of the electrician, two years, the sum of three thousand dollars. For the salary of the as: sistant electrician, two years, the sum of two thousand and forty dollars. For the salaries of two wiremen. two years, the sum of three thousand six hundred dollars. For the salary of the machinist, two years, the sum of two thousand four hundred dollars. For the salaries of two helpers, two years, the sum of two thou. sand eight hundred and eighty dollars. For the salary of the plumber and steam-fitter, two years, the sum of two thousand dollars. For the salary of the steamfitter's helper, two years, the sum of one thousand four hundred and forty dollars. For the salary of the cabinet-maker, two years, the sum of two thousand |