Looks good at first glance as it is:

/bin is a place for most commonly used terminal commands, like ls,
mount, rm, etc.

/usr contains the majority of user utilities and applications, and
partly replicates the root directory structure, containing for instance,
among others, /usr/bin/ and /usr/lib.

some years back it was like your thinking.

** Changed in: dbus (Ubuntu)
       Status: New => Incomplete

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  /etc/init.d/dbus checks for dbus-daemon in wrong location

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Bug description:
  dbus 1.6.18-0ubuntu4.3 for Ubuntu 14.04 installs a /etc/init.d/dbus
  script that checks for /usr/bin/dbus-daemon instead of /bin/dbus-
  daemon .

  Evidently this is not a critical failure as something still starts a
  system dbus on my system:

  5   102  2423     1   1   0  41004  3304 -      Ss   ?          3:07
  dbus-daemon --system --fork

  Who, I haven't figured out yet. The usual suspect systemd seems to be
  innocent here, because AFAICT it's supposed to start the daemon with a
  different set of options:

  ExecStart=//bin/dbus-daemon --system --address=systemd: --nofork
  --nopidfile --systemd-activation

  This makes it a little bit tricky to figure out how to relaunch the system 
dbus daemon...

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