The Executive Departments of the United States Government: Their Organization, Duties, Etc

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The Office of the AdjutantGeneral
57
The Office of the QuartermasterGeneral
58
The Office of the PaymasterGeneral
60
The Office of the CommissaryGeneral
61
The Office of the SurgeonGeneral
62
The Office of the Chief of Engineers
63
The Office of Military Justice
64
The Office of the InspectorGeneral
65
CHAPTER V
66
The Secretary of the Treasury
68
The Collection of the Revenue
69
The Safekeeping and Disbursement of Public Moneys
86
The Support of the Public Credit
95
The Interests of Commerce and Navigation
100
The Management of the Public Accounts
109
The Public Property and Miscellaneous
111
CHAPTER VI
114
The Division of Warrants Estimates and Appropriations
118
The Division of Public Moneys
128
The Customs Division
146
The Division of Internal Revenue and Navigation
150
The Division of Loans and Currency iri7 6 The Division of Revenue Marine
161
The Division of Appointments
166
The Division of Stationery and Printing
167
CHAPTER VII
193
CHAPTER IX
206
CHAPTER X
212
CHAPTER XI
220
CHAPTER XII
227
The Fourth Auditor of the Treasury 237246
237
The Paymasters Division
240
Prize and Record Division
241
General Claims Division
243
CHAPTER XIV
244
Internal Revenue Accounts
245
rnE Sixth Auditor of the Treasury 247257
247
The Examining Division
252
The Registering Division
253
The Bookkeepers Division
254
The Foreign Mails
255
Moneyorder Accounts
256
CHAPTER XVI
258
Division of Receipts and Expenditures
259
Lean Division
260
Note and Coupon Division
262
Note and Fractional Currency Division
264
Tonnage Division
265
CHAPTER XVII
266
The Cashiers Division
271
The Division of Issues
272
The Redemption Division
273
The Division of Loans
274
The National Bank Redemption Agency
275
CHAPTER XVIII
277
The Division of Law
290
The Division of Appointments
291
The Division of Distilled Spirits
292
The Division of Assessments
294
The Division of Revenue Agents
295
The Division of Free Delivery sin 4 The Blank Agency Stn 5 The Appointment Division
341
Salary and Allowance Division
342
The Division of Railway Classification
343
Mail Equipment Division j 4
344
Division of Postage Stomps c
345
Division of Registered Letters 340
346
Office of Foreign Mails
347
Moneyorder Office
348
CHAPTER XXI
350
The AttorneyGeneral
351
CHAPTER XXII
362
The Office of the Solicitor of the Treasury 363377
363
The Department of the Navy 378395
378
The Secretary of the Navy
379
Bureau of Yards and Docks
390
Bureau of Equipment and Recruiting
391
Bureau of Steam Engineering
392
Bureau of Ordnance
394
The Department of the Interior 396000
396
The Census the Public Lands Public Buildings Contracts and Printing Pensions Hospitals Patents 407414
407
The Assistant Attorney General for the Interior Depart ment
408
S The Division of Appointments
410
The Division of Disbursements 416
416
The Division of Indian Affairs
417
The Division of Lands and Railwavs
418
The Division of Pensions and Miscellaneous
419
The Board of Indian Commissioners 4 0
420
The General Land Office 422435
422
Surveys 422 2 Preemptions 423 3 Homesteads
424
Timber Culture 426 5 Bountv Lands 427 6 Mineral Lands 428 7 Desert Lands 423 Town Sites
430
Agricultural College Scrip
431
The Commissioner of the General Land Oflico
433
Chief Clerks Division
438
The Recorders Division 431
439
Division of Private Land Claims
441
Preemption Division
443
Division of Accounts
444
Division of Mineral Claims 415
445
CHAPTER XXVI
446
The Office of Indian Affairs
449
Land Division
450
Records and Files Division
452
CHAPTER XXVII
453
The Pension Office 456 2 Invalid Pensioners 457 3 Sur vivors of War of 1812 460 4 Widows and Childrens Pensions 460 5 Dependent Relatives Pe...
462
Time and Manner of Paying Pensions
465
Mail Division 167
466
Division of Records and Accounts
467
Invalid Division
468
Widows Division 403
469
CHAPTER XXVIII
471
Trademarks and Original Designs
477
The Commissioner of Patents
478
CHAPTER XXIX
488
The Division of Statistics
489
The Office of the Auditor of Railroad Accounts 430491
491
CHAPTER XXXI
492
The Commissioner
493
The Chemist
495
The Statistician 436
496

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