ing, and electrotyping supplies; and for photolithographing charts and printing from stone and copper for immediate use, and for the employment of expert lithographers in the office at an expenditure not exceeding three thousand one hundred dollars; for stationery for the office and field parties, transportation of instruments and supplies when not charged to party expenses, office wagon and horses, heating, lighting, and power, telephone, telegrams, ice, and washing, office furniture, repairs, traveling expenses of assistants and others employed in the office sent on special duty in the service of the office, contingencies of all kinds, and for extra labor not to exceed three thousand four hundred dollars; in all, fifty thousand dollars. That no part of the money herein appropriated for the Coast and Geodetic Survey shall be available for allowance to civilian or other officers for subsistence while on duty at Washington (except as hereinbefore provided for officers of the field force ordered to Washington for short periods for consultation with the Superintendent), except as now provided by law. Allowances. BUREAU OF FISHERIES. Bureau of Fisheries. Salaries. Office of accounts. Office of architect OFFICE OF COMMISSIONER: For Commissioner, five thousand dollars; deputy commissioner, three thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand four hundred dollars; stenographer to Commissioner, one thousand six hundred dollars; librarian, one thousand two hundred dollars; one clerk of class four; two clerks of class three; clerk to Commissioner, one thousand six hundred dollars; one clerk of class one; one clerk, one thousand dollars; two clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; engineer, one thousand and eighty dollars; three firemen, at six hundred dollars each; two watchmen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; five janitors and messengers, at six hundred dollars each; janitress, four hundred and eighty dollars; messenger, two hundred and forty dollars; in all, thirty-one thousand eight hundred and forty dollars. Office of accounts: Disbursing agent, two thousand two hundred dollars; examiner of accounts, one thousand six hundred dollars; property clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars; one clerk of class one; bookkeeper, one thousand two hundred dollars; in all, seven thousand eight hundred dollars. Office of architect and engineer: Architect and engineer, two thou and engineer. sand two bundred dollars; assistant architect, one thousand six hundred dollars; draftsman, one thousand two hundred dollars; draftsman, nine hundred dollars; clerk, seven hundred and twenty dollars; in all, six thousand six hundred and twenty dollars. Division of fish culture-Office: Assistant in charge, two thousand sevn hundred dollars; superintendent of car and messenger service, one thousand six hundred dollars; one clerk of class three; two clerks of class two; two clerks of class one; one clerk, seven hundred and twenty dollars; in all, eleven thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars. Division of 'tish culture-Station employees: Central Station and Station employees. Aquaria, Washington, District of Columbia: Superintendent of station and aquaria, one thou and five hundred dollars; clerk, nine hundred dollars; two skilled laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; laborer, four hundred and eighty dollars; in all, four thousand three hundred and twenty dollars. Fish ponds, Washington, District of Columbia: Superintendent, one Fish ponds. thousand five hundred dollars; foreman, nine hundred dollars; four laborers, at six hundred and sixty dollars each; in all, five thousand and forty dollars. Green Lake (Maine) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; foreman, nine hundred dollars; fish-culturist, vine Division of fish culture. Central Station. Green Lake, Me. hundred dollars: two laborers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; in all, four thousand three hundred and eighty dollars. Craigs Brook, Me. Craigs Brook (Maine) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; foreman, nine hundred dollars; one skilled laborer, six hundred dollars; two laborers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; in all, four thousand and eighty dollars. Saint Johnsbury, Vt. Saint Johnsbury (Vermont) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; fish-culturist, nine hundred dollars; skilled laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; two laborers, at six hundred dollars each; in all, four thousand three hundred and twenty dollars. Gloucester, Mass. Gloucester (Massachusetts) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; fish culturist, nine hundred dollars; three laborers, at six hundred dollars each; in all, four thousand two hundred dollars. Woods Hole, Mass. Woods Hole (Massachusetts) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; machinist, nine hundred and sixty dollars; fish culturist, nine hundred dollars; pilot and collector, seven hundred and twenty dollars; three firemen at six hundred dollars each; one skilled laborer, six hundred dollars; tbree laborers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; in all, eight thousand one hundred dollars. Cape Vincent, N. Y. Cape Vincent (New York) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; skilled laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; machinist, nine hundred and sixty dollars; two firemen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; two laborers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; in all, five thousand seven hundred dollars. Battery Island, Md. Battery Island (Marylaşd) Station: Custodian, three hundred and sixty dollars. Bryans Point, Md. Bryans Point (Maryland) Station: Custodian, three hundred and sixty dollars. Wytheville, Va. Wytheville (Virginia) Station: Superintendent, one thousand fire hundred dollars; foreman, nine hundred dollars; fish-culturist, nine hundred dollars; laborer, five hundred and forty dollars; laborer, three hundred and sixty dollars; in all, four thousand two hundred dollars. Put in Bay, Ohio. Put in Bay (Ohio) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hun dred dollars; foreman, one thousand dollars; skilled laborer, six hundred dollars; machinist, nine hundred and sixty dollars; laborer, five hundred and forty dollars; in all, four thousand six hundred dollars. Northville, Mich. Northville (Michigan) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; foreman, nine hundred and sixty dollars; fish-cultur ist, nine hundred dollars; skilled laborer, six hundred dollars; three laborers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; in all, five thousand five hundred and eighty dollars. Alpena, Mich. Alpena (Michigan) Station: Foreman, one thousand two hundred dollars; fish-culturist, nine hundred dollars; in all, two thousand one hundred dollars. Duluth, Minn. Duluth (Minnesota) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; foreman, nine hundred dollars; fish-culturist, nine bundred dollars; two laborers, at six hundred dollars each; in all, four thousand five hundred dollars. Neosho, Mo. Neosho (Missouri) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; foreman, nine hundred dollars; skilled laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; two laborers, at six hundred dollars each; in all, four thousand three hundred and twenty dollars. Leadville, Colo. Leadville (Colorado) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; foreman, one thousand two hundred dollars; two fishculturists, at nine hundred dollars each; skilled laborer, seven bundred and twenty dollars; two laborers, at six hundred dollars each; cook, four hundred and eighty dollars; in all, six thousand nine hundred dollars. Cal. San Marcos (Texas) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five San Marcos, Tex. hundred dollars; foreman, one thousand two hundred dollars; fishculturist, nine hundred dollars; three laborers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; in all, five thousand two hundred and twenty dollars. Baird (California) and Battle Creek (California) stations: Superin- Baird, Battle Creek, tendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; foreman, one thousand and eighty dollars; foreman, nine hundred dollars; two laborers, at six hundred dollars each; laborer, five hundred and forty dollars; in all, five thousand two hundred and twenty dollars. . Clackamas (Oregon) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five Clackamas, Oreg. hundrd dollars; fish-culturist, nine hundred dollars; laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; two laborers, at six hundred dollars each; . in all, four thousand three hundred and twenty dollars. Manchester (Iowa) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five bunManchester, lowa. dred dollars; fish-culturist, nine hundred dollars; three laborers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; in all, four thousand and twenty dollars. Bozeman (Montana) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hun- Bozeman, Mont. 'dred dollars; fish-culturist, nine hundred dollars; two laborers, at five bundred and forty dollars each; in all, three thousand four hundred and eighty dollars. Erwin (Tennessee) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hun- Erwin, Tenn. dred dollars; fish-culturist, nine hundred dollars; three laborers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; in all, four thousand and twenty dollars. Nashua (New Hampshire) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five Nashua, N. H. hundred dollars; fish-culturist, nine hundred dollars; two laborers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; in all, three thousand four hundred and eighty dollars. Edenton (North Carolina) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five Edenton, N. C. hundred dollars; fish-culturist, nine hundred dollars; two laborers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; in all, three thousand four hundred and eighty dollars. Baker Lake (Washington) Station: Superintendent, one thousand Baker Lake, Wash, five hundred dollars; fish-culturist, nine hundred dollars; two laborers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; in all, three thousand four hun. dred and eighty dollars. Cold Springs (Georgia) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five Cold Springs, Ga, hundred dollars; fish-culturist, nine hundred dollars; two laborers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; in all, three thousand four hundred : and eighty dollars. Spearfish (South Dakota) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five Spearfish, 8. Dak. hundred dollars; fish-culturist, nine hundred dollars; two laborers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; in all, three thousand four hundred and eighty dollars. White Sulphur Springs (West Virginia) Station: Superintendent, White Sulphur lg Springs, W. Va. one thousand five hundred dollars; fish-culturist, nine hundred dollars; three laborers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; in all, four thousand and twenty dollars. : Tupelo (Mississippi) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five Tupelo, Miss. hundred dollars; fish-culturist, nine hundred dollars; two laborers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; in all, three thousand four hun. dred and eighty dollars. Boothbay Harbor (Maine) Station: Superintendent, one thousand Boothbay Harbor, five hundred dollars; fish culturist, nine hundred dollars; engineer, one thousand one hundred dollars; three firemen, at six hundred dollars each; three laborers, at six hundred dollars each; in all, seven thousand one hundred dollars. Mammoth Springs (Arkansas) Station: Superintendent, one thou- Mammoth Springs, sand five hundred dollars; fish culturist, nine hundred dollars; two 4 Me. Ark. Distribution em laborers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; in all, three thousand four hundred and eighty dollars. Employees at large. Employees at large: Two field-station superintendents, at one thou sand eight hundred dollars each; two fish culturists, at nine hundred and sixty dollars each; two fish culturists, at nine hundred dollars each; five machinists, at nine hundred and sixty dollars each; two cockswains, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; in all, thirteen thousand five hundred and sixty dollars. Distribution employees: Five car captains, at one thousand two bunployees. N. C. etc. dred dollars each; six car messengers, at one thousand dollars each; five assistant car messengers, at nine hundred dollars each; five car laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; five car cooks, at six hundred dollars each; in all, twenty-three thousand one hundred dollars. Division of inquiry. Division of inquiry respecting food fishes: Assistant in charge, two thousand seven hundred dollars; assistant, two thousand five hundred dollars; assistant, one thousand six hundred dollars; two assistants, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; assistant, nine hundred dollars; assistant, seven hundred and twenty dollars; one clerk of class one; one clerk, at nine hundred dollars; one copyist, seven hundred and twenty dollars; in all, thirteen thousand six hundred and forty dollars. Biological station, Biological station, Beaufort, North Carolina: Custodian and col lector, seven hundred and twenty dollars; two laborers, at five hun. dred and forty dollars each; in all, one thousand eight hundred dollars. Division of statistics, Division of statistics and methods of the fisheries: Assistant in charge, two thousand five hundred dollars; two clerks of class four; one clerk of class two; two clerks, at one thousand dollars each; one clerk, at nine hundred dollars; two clerks, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; statistical agent, one thousand four hundred dollars: three statistical agents, at, one thousand dollars each; one local agent at Boston, Massachusetts, three hundred dollars; one local agent at Gloucester, Massachusetts, six hundred dollars; in all, seventeen thousand one hundred and forty dollars. Vessel service: Steamer Albatross: One naturalist, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one general assistant, one thousand two hundred dollars; one fishery expert, one thousand two hundred dollars; clerk, one thousand dol)ars; in all, five thousand two hundred dollars. Steamer Fish Hawk: One cabin boy, three hundred dollars. "Grampus." Schooner Grampus: Master, one thousand five hundred dollars; first mate, one thousand and eighty dollars; second mate, eight hundred and forty dollars; cook, six hundred dollars; three seamen, at tive bundred and forty dollars each; one cabin boy, four hundred and twenty dollars; in all, six thousand and sixty dollars. “Phalarope." Steamer Pbalarope: Master, one thousand two hundred dollars; engineer, one thousand one hundred dollars; fireman, seven hundred and twenty dollars; two seamen, at five hundred and forty dollars each; cook, six hundred dollars; in all, four thousand seven hundred dollars. Steamer Curlew: Pilot, one thousand one hundred dollars; engineer, one thousand one hundred dollars; fireman, seven hundred and twenty dollars; cook, six hundred dollars; in all, three thousand five hundred and twenty dollars. Expenses of administration: For expenses of the office of the Commissioner, including stationery, purchase of special reports, books for library, furniture, purchase and care of necessary horses and vehicles, including purchase, maintenance, and driving of horse and vehicle for official use of Commissioner when, in writing, ordered by the Secretary of Commerce and, Labor; telegraph and telephone service, repairs to and heating, lighting, and equipment of buildings, and com Vessels. « Fish Hawk." "Curlew." Administration ex. penses. penses, pensation of temporary employees, and all other necessary expenses connected therewith, twelve thousand five hundred dollars. Propagation of food-fishes: For maintenance, equipment, and opera Propagation extions of the fisb-cultural stations of the Bureau, the general propagation of food-fishes and their distribution, including the movement, maintenance, and repairs of cars, purchase of equipment and apparatus, contingent expenses, and temporary labor, two hundred and forty thousand dollars. Maintenance of vessels: For maintenance of the vessels and launches, Maintenanceof vesincluding the purchase and repair of boats, apparatus, machinery, and sels. other facilities required for use with the same, hire of vessels, and all other necessary expenses in connection therewith, fifty thousand dollars. Inquiry respecting food-fishes: For field and contingent expenses of Jaquiry, respecting the inquiry into the causes of the decrease of food-fishes in the lakes, Field, etc., expenses. rivers, and coast waters of the United States, and for the study of the waters of the interior in the interest of fish-culture; for the investigation of the fishing-grounds of the Atlantic, Gulf, and Pacific coasts, with the view of determining their food resources, in the development of the commercial fisheries, expenses of necessary travel and preparation of reports, and for all other necessary expenses in connection therewith, twenty-five thousand dollars. Statistical inquiry: For necessary traveling and contingent expenses Statistical inquiry. in the collection and compilation of the statistics of the fisheries and the study of their methods and relations, seven thousand five hundred dollars. And ten per centum of the foregoing amounts for the miscellaneous, Interchangeable exexpenses of the work of the Commission shall be available inter- penditures. changeably for expenditure on the objects named, but no more than ten per centum shall be added to any one item of appropriation. Fish hatchery, Woods Hole, Massachusetts: For construction and Woods Hole, Mass. repair of wharves and buildings, ten thousand dollars. Fish hatchery, Bozeman, Montana: For the purchase of land and Bozeman; Mont. construction and repair of buildings, six thousand dollars. Fish hatchery, Clackamas, Oregon: For the purchase of land and construction of buildings at Clackamas and auxiliary stations, five thousand dollars. Fish hatchery, Spearfish, South Dakota:. For the purchase of Spearfish, S. Dak. additional lands, construction of buildings, repair of damage caused by flood, and protection of station against Hoods, eleven thousand dollars. Fish hatchery, Baker Lake, Washington: For the construction and repair of roads, trails, and buildings, five thousand dollars. Fish hatchery, Battle Creek, California: For the purchase of land Battle Creek,Cal and construction of buildings, five thousand dollars. Fish hatcheries, Alaska: For the establishment of one or more Salmon fisheries, hatcheries in Alaska for the propagation of salmon and other food fishes, at points to be selected by the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, including the purchase of sites, construction of necessary buildings and ponds, purchase and hire of boats, equipment, and such temporary help as may be required for construction and operation of the hatcheries, to be immediately available, fifty thousand dollars. For the protection of the salmon fisheries of Alaska, including sal- Agents. aries of one agent, at two thousand tive hundred dollars, and one assistant agent, at two thousand dollars, seven thousand dollars. Stations. Clackamas, Oreg. Baker Lake, Wash. Alaska. etc. MISCELLANEOUS OBJECTS, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR. Miscellaneous. ALASKAN SEAL FISHERIES: ies and traveling expenses of agents at seal fisheries in Alaska, as follows: For one agent, three Agents’ salaries, etc. Alaskan seal fisheries. |