Report on the Salaries, Fees, and Emoluments
of Persons Holding Civil Office
Under the United States
[Philadelphia, February 26, 1793
Communicated on February 27, 1793]1
[To the President of the Senate]
The Secretary of the Treasury, in obedience to the order of the Senate of the 7th of May last,2 respectfully transmits herewith sundry statements of the Salaries fees and Emoluments for one Year ending the first of October 1792, of the Persons holding civil offices or employments under the united States (except the Judges) as far as Returns have been rendered—together with the disbursements and Expences in the discharge of their respective offices and employments for the same Period.3
|No I.||relating to the Department of State|
|No. II||Treasury Department.|
|No III||Department of war|
|No IV||Board of Commissioners|
|No V||Mint Establishment|
|No VI||Office of the Secretary of the Senate|
|No VII||Ditto Clerk of the House of Representatives|
|No VIII||Letter from the Governor of the Territory Northwest of the Ohio|
|No IX||Letter from the Attorney General|
|No X||District Attornies|
|No XI||Marshalls of the Districts|
|No XII||Clerks of the District Courts|
|No XIII||Offices of the Commissioners of Loans|
|No XIV||Collectors of the Customs|
|Inspectors, Gaugers, weighers, measurers and Boatmen employed by the Collectors|
|No XV||Supervisors of the Revenue|
|No XVI||Inspectors of the Revenue for Surveys|
|No XVII||Superintendents of Lighthouses|
|No XVIII||Keepers of Lighthouses|
The Statements numbered from I to IX inclusively, and the letters relating to the object, are transmitted in their original state, as rendered by the several officers.
No 19 is a List, specifying the Persons of whom no information has yet been received on the subject.
All which is humbly submitted
Secy of the Treasury
February 26 1793
DS, RG 46, Second Congress, 1791–1793, Reports of the Secretary of the Treasury, National Archives.
1. The communicating letter, dated February 27, 1793, may be found in RG 46, Second Congress, 1791–1793, Reports of the Secretary of the Treasury, National Archives.
3. This enclosure, consisting of ninety manuscript pages, has not been printed. For an abbreviated version of it, see ASP description begins American State Papers, Documents, Legislative and Executive, of the Congress of the United States (Washington, 1832–1861). description ends , Miscellaneous, I, 57–68.