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George Gilliss, examines and states accounts of Paymnaster and
1150 00 Richard Bennett, states curreot accounts of the office, and keeps
a record of the Reports of accounts, a od certificates on Navy Agents........
1150 00 Robert McGill.. Examine and state accounts of Navy agents , 1150 00 Joseph Perry.... } and contiactors in the Uvited States. 1000 00 Geo M Head, registers the requisitions drawn by the Secretary of the Navy.
1000 00 H C. Williams, eximines and states purser's accounts of re
ceipts and expenditures of provisions. Keeps a record of the deliveries of siop ciothing an: other store to pursers from
the Navy stores, and states the accounts of Live Oak Agents. 1000 00 Alexander U. Kyle, keeps the record of the current cori espondevce of the office, &c.........................
•r.......... 1000 00 Samuel Kendall, jr, on miscellaneous business................... 1000 00 Samuel Grubb, messenger..
700 00 FIFTH AUDITOR'S OFFICE. Stephen Pleasonton, Auditor, $3,000 per annum. The Fifth Auditor receives all accounts accruing in, or relative to, the Departmeut of State, the General Post Office, and those arising out of Indian Trade ; examines them, certifies the balances, and transmits the accounts with the vouchers and certificate, to the first Compiroller for his decision upon them. To the Fifth Auditor has also been assigned the duties heretofore performed by the Commissioner of the Revenue in superintending the building and repairing Light Houses and Light Vessels, Beacons, Buoys, and Piers, the supplying the Light Houses with oil, and the adjustment of the expendituies of the Light House establishment.
CLERKS IN THE FIFTH AUDITOR'S OFFICE, Thomas Mustin, Chief Clerk, has charge of the Diplomatic, Consuları
and other accounts, appertaining and relating to the Department of State
..$1700 00 John H. Houston, engaged in the settlement of Diplomatic and other accounts...
.................. 1400 00 James D. King, settles Diplomatic and other aceounts...... 1150 00 Ebenezer J. Hume, settles Diplomatic and other accounts,
and is also engaged in recording and copying..... ......... 1000 00 James Gooch, settles Diplomatic aod other accounts.......... 1000 00 Joseph Thaw, engaged on light house business, corresponding
with keepers and superintendents, receiving and examining
their accounts, &c......................... ............. 1400 00 Henry W, Ball, copying and recording the correspondence in
relation to light houses, contracts for building light houses,
floating lights and for supplying the same with oil.... 1150 00) David Easton....... Engaged in the settlement of Post
1150 00 William Dewees .
Office accounts Arthur Campbell
1000 00 Edward Holland, messenger....
SOLICITOR'S OFFICE. Virgil Maxcy, Solicitor of the Treasury, $3,500 per annum
The office of the Solicitor of the Treasury was created by the acı of 29th May, 1830. He superintends all the civil suits, commeuced
in the wame of the United States, in all the courts, until they are carried up to the Supreme Court of the United States, when they come under the superintendence of the Attorney General He instructs te District Altorneys, Maishals and Clerks in all matters and proceedings appertaining to those suits, and receives from them, after each terni of court, reports of their situation and progress. He receives from col. lectots reports of custom house bonds put in suit, and of informations, &c. directed by them. He establishes, with the approbation of the Secretary of the Treasury, such rules and regulations, not inconsistent with lar, for the observance of Collectors, District Attorneys, and Marshals, as may be deement necessary for the ju t responsibility of those officers and the prompi collections of all revenues and debts due and accruing to the United States.
This officer also has charge of all lands and other property, which have been or shall be assigne.t, set off, or conveyed to the United States in payment of debts, and all trusts created for the use of the United States, in payment of dents due them; and has power to sell and dispose of lands assigved or set off to the United States in payment of rebts, or being vested in them by morigage or other security for the payment of debts.
CLERKS IN THE SOLICITOR'S OFFICE. Nicholas Harpur, employed in making pocket entries from the returns
of the United States' Attorney, Marshals and Clerks of Courts, of suits on Treasury transcripis-transiting Treasury transcripts of accounts for suit-in receiving, endorsing, and filing communications
to the office, and in minor correspondence, &c. &c.... ..$1150 00 Benjamin F Plersunts, employed in making docket entries
from the retuins from the United Sta:es? Allorneys, Marshals, Clerks, and Collectors, of suits brought on custom house bonds, and fo, fines, penalties aud forfeitures, for vio. lations of the revenue law'smin receiving, endorsing and filing communications to the office in relation to that class of business, &c. &c .......
.......... 1150 00 Basıl Wuring, aanployed in attending to the business relating
to internal duties and direct taxes, the business relating to lands, &c. set off to the United States in payment of debts, keeping records of deeds and conveyances made for the same by the Solicitor, recording letters relating to those two branches of business, endorsing and filing letters received relating to the same, and in minor correspondence in relation to these branches, &c. &c.......
1150 00 Pacificus Ord, messenger..
TREASURER'S OFFICE. • John Campbell, Treasurer, $3,000 per annum. The Treasurer receives and kceps the moneys of the United States, and disburses the same upon warranis drawn by the Secretary of the Treasury, countersigned by the proper Comptroller and Auditor, and recorded by the Register,
CLERKS IN THE TREASURER'S OFFICE. PETER G. WASHINGTON, Chief Clerk........
1700 00) Henry Jackson, attends to the payment of warrants at Washington......
1400 00 George W. Dashiell, attends to remittances.. ...
1100 00 Samuel Forrest, attends to the Treasurer's quarterly accounts 1000 00 Andrew Smith, issues receipts for moneys paid into the Trea
suiry on account of patents, drafts for transfers of money, records public let:ers, &c.......
800 000 James Moore, messenger..................
700 00 REGISTER'S OFFICE. Thomas L Smith, Register, $3,000 per annuin. The Register of the Treasury keeps all accounts of the receipts and expenditures of the public money, and of all. debts due to or from the
Uvited States ; he keeps the District Tonnage accounts of the United States; he receives from the Comptroller the accounts which have been finally adjusted, and, with their vouchers and certificates, preserves them; he records all warrants for the receipt or payment of moneys at the Treasury, certifies the same thereon), a od transmits to the Secretary of the Treasury copies of the certificates of balances of accounts arijusto ed. By au act of the 10th February, 1820, it is also made the duty of the Register of the Treasury, to prepare Statistical Accounts of the Commerce and Navigation of the United States, to be laid before Congress annually.
CLENKS IN THE REGISTER'S OFFICE. MICHAEL NOURSE, Chief Clerk. His special duty is to keep the books
containing the general accounts of the debt of the United States, and the accounts of individuals, creditors in the books of the Treasurya he prepares all reports and statements that may be reqired in relation to the public debt, ircluding the annual statements and report of the Commissioners of the Sinking Funi-he keeps also the leger appertaining to the revenue, arising from the sale of punlic lanils, &c coutaining the accounts of the several Rereivers, the entries in which are ma le on the quarterly settleinents at the Treasury, and makes a short entry of all accounts admitted and certified by the First Comptrollerpays the contingent accounts of the Register's office. His other du ties are of a more general character, appertaining to the calls from the Departments and Congress, and to correspopilence..
$1700 00 James Mc Clery, superinten:ls the branches of commerce and
navigatiou, of revenue and drawback, and discharges various
John D. Barclay, keeps the principal books of receipts and
expenditures, in which are included all the personal accounts in relation to the Treasury and State Departments, all the general heads of appropriations made by Congress, all the warrants issued on, or in favor of the Treasury-makes out the estimates for Congress on which are founded the acts of appropriations for the support of government and of the Military and Naval Establishments, which he also makes out makes out and superintends the formation of various statements in relation to the receipts and expenditures of the Unitted States......
1400 00 James Laurie, keeps the import leger, exhibiting the revenue
arising on imports, and containing the accounts of the severe al Collectors of the Customs, the entries in which are made on the quarterly settlements by the accounting officers of the Treasury.
........................ 1400 00 William Mackey, keeps the books of internal revenue and makes out transcripts for suit ............
1000 00 John B. Blake, keeps the legers of appropriations and expendi
tures for the War and Navy Departments, prepares quarterly lists of payments under their respective heads, together with the tabular views of appropriations, payments, repayments and balances-makes out a balance sheet which is an exhibit in aggrerate of the quarterly operations under each and every head of appropriation for the services of said departments, together with the balances unapplied at the close of each quarter-and occasionally assists in preparing answers to calls for miscellaneous information.......
1400 00 Francis Lowndes, keeps the tonnage accounts of the United
States and corresponds with the several Collectors thereonprepares the annual statement for Congress of the District Townage of the United States, shewing the several descriptions
of tonnage belonging to each district at the close of the year 1150 00 Lewis Salomon, keeps the records of Marine papers issued in
all the ports of the U. S.-enters the copies of registers and enrolments issued, and the originals when surrendered-files the latter, and arranges copies of said registers and enrol. ments..........
1000 00 Joseph Mountz, has charge of the fire proof records of the Trea
sury Department--furnishing information froni them, embracing the files of the accounts filed at the Treasury by the First and Fifth Auditors and certified by the First Comptroller-keeps registers of them—and has charge of the bowks of the old Government..................
1000 00 William James, keeps the returns of the American and Foreign
tonnage-prepares the general statements of tonnage entering and departing, which accompany the report on commerce and navigation assists in preparing the general statement of duties on inerchandise, tonnage, &c. for public accounts—nd attends to other duties of a general nature connected with the eccounts of th? Collectors of the Customs.................. 1150 00
Isaac K. Hanson, keeps the books of imports in American and
Foreign vessels from Foreign countries, of the articles of the
....... 1000 00 B. F. Rittenhouse, receives and enters in the Journal the ac
counts of monays expended in the civil miscellaneous and Di-
public accounts relative to the War and Navy Departments 1150 00
page, and duties thereon-all the receipts and expenditures
which the net revenue on merchandise, &c. is ascertained., 1000 00
ed in American and foreign vessels—the closing accounts of
of a miscellaneous character-records drafts drawn on banks
lates to the toonage of the United Sates-transmits certifi.
charge of the Corigressional documents.................... 1000 00
American and foreign vessels and prepares the annual state-
of reports by the 1st and 51h Auditors on which warrants are
records in relation to the unclaimed dividends, and the Ma-
700 10 James Watson, assistant messenger............................