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one assistant messenger; two messenger boys, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; in all, sixty thousand nine hundred and twenty

dollars. Special attorneys, For compensation and per diem, to be fixed by the Secretary of examiners, etc.

Commerce and Labor, of special attorneys, special examiners, and

special agents, for the purpose of carrying on the work of said Búreau Vol. 32, p. 827.

as provided by the Act approved February fourteenth, nineteen hun

dred and three, entitled "An Act to establish the Department of ComPer diem, etc. merce and Labor," the per diem to be subject to such rules and regu

lations as the Secretary of Commerce and Labor may prescribe in lieu of subsistence, at a rate not exceeding four dollars per day, to each of said special attorneys, special examiners, and special agents, and also of other officers and employees in the Bureau of Corporations, while absent from their homes on duty outside of the District of Columbia, and for their actual necessary traveling expenses, including necessary

sleeping-car fares; in all, one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars. Bureau of Manufac

BUREAU OF MANUFACTURES: Chief of Bureau of Manufactures, four thousand dollars; clerk of class four; clerk of class two; clerk of class one; clerk, at one thousand dollars; clerk, at nine hundred dollars;

and assistant messenger; in all, eleven thousand and twenty dollars. Bureau of Labor.

BUREAU OF LABOR: For compensation of the Commissioner of Labor, five thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; four statistical experts, at two thousand dollars each; five clerks of class four; five clerks of class three; six clerks of class two; twelve clerks of class one;. ten clerks, at one thousand dollars each; two copyists; one messenger; one assistant messenger; three watchmen; four laborers; three charwomen; two special agents, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; six special agents, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; ten special agents, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; four special agents, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; in all,

one hundred and six thousand one hundred and eighty dollars. • Special agents, etc.,

For per diem in lieu of subsistence of special agents and employees, per diem.

while traveling on duty away from their homes and outside of the District of Columbia, at a rate not to exceed three dollars per day, and for their transportation, and for employment of experts and tem. porary assistance, and for traveling expenses of officers and employees, and for the purchase of reports and materials for the reports and bulletins of the Bureau of Labor, and for subvention to “International Association for Labour Legislation," and necessary expenses connected with representation of the United States Government therein,

sixty-five thousand one hundred and forty dollars. Stationery

For stationery, one thousand dollars. Books, etc.

For books, periodicals, and newspapers for the library, in addition

to the amount authorized by section one hundred and ninety-two, R.S., sec. 192, p. 30.

Revised Statutes, the sum of one hundred dollars may be expended for newspapers for the purpose of procuring strike data, and the annual subscriptions for newspapers and periodicals for the Bureau

may be paid in advance, one thousand dollars. Postage.

For postage stamps to prepay postage on matter addressed to Postal

Union countries, four hundred and fifty dollars. Rent, etc.

For rent of rooms, including steam heat and elevator service, six

thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars. Contingent expenses. For contingent expenses, namely: For furniture, carpets, ice, lum

ber, hardware, dry goods, advertising, telegraphing, telephone service, expressage, storage for documents, not to exceed seven hundred and fifty dollars, repairs of cases and furniture, fuel and lights, soap, brushes, brooms, mats, oils, and other absolutely necessary expenses,

three thousand five hundred dollars. Light-House Board. LIGHT-HOUSE BOARD: For chief clerk, two thousand four hundred

dollars; title and contract clerk, two thousand dollars; accountant, two

thousand dollars; one clerk of class four; one clerk of class three; three clerks of class two; six clerks of class one; three clerks, at one thousand dollars each; eleven clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; one clerk, eight hundred and forty dollars; one clerk, seven hundred and twenty dollars; two assistant messengers; one laborer; one messenger boy, four hundred and eighty dollars; assistant civil engineer, two thousand four hundred dollars; draftsman, one thousand eight hundred dollars; draftsman, one thousand five hundred and sixty dollars; draftsman, one thousand four hundred and forty dollars; draftsman, one thousand two hundred dollars; in all, forty-six thousand six hundred and forty dollars.

THE CENSUS OFFICE: For Director, six thousand dollars; four chief Census office se statisticians, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; chief clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; disbursing and appointmeut clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; geographer, two thousand dollars; stenographer, one thousand five hundred dollars; eight expert chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; four clerks of class four; seven clerks of class three; sixteen clerks of class two; three hundred clerks of class one; two hundred and twenty-five clerks, at one thousand dollars each; thirty clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; expert map mounter, one thousand dollars; engineer, one thousand dollars; electrician, one thousand dollars; two skilled laborers, at one thousand dollars each; five skilled laborers, at nine hundred dollars each; ten watchmen; six messengers; two firemen; ten assistant messengers; nineteen unskilled laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; thirty-five charwomen; in all, seven hundred and forty-five thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars. .

For securing information for census reports, provided for by law, Reports.
including per diem compensation of special agents and expenses of the
same and of detailed employees, the cost of transcribing State, munici-
pal, and other records, the temporary rental of quarters outside of the Rent, etc.
District of Columbia for supervising special agents, and the employ-
ment by them of such temporary service as may be necessary in col-
lecting the statistics required by law, five hundred thousand dollars,
to be immediately available and so apportioned as to prevent a defi-
ciency therein: Provided, That the total expenditure for such rentals Prorisos.
shall not exceed two thousand dollars, and that for temporary service
two thousand dollars: And provided further, That no expense shall be Restriction.
incurred for the two last-named items unless the same shall have been
previously authorized by the Director.

For rental of quarters, twenty-two thousand and eighty dollars. Rent.
For stationery, eight thousand dollars.

For furniture, carpets, ice, lumber, hardware, dry goods, advertis- Furniture, etc. ing, telegraphing, expressage, horses and wagons, feed for and shoeing of horses, diagrams, awnings, shelving, file cases, file holders, office fixtures, fuel. light, and other absolutely necessary expenses, twelve thousand dollars.

For purchase of books of reference, periodicals, and manuscripts, Books. two thousand five hundred dollars.

For tabulating census returns, including cost of cards and rental of Tabulating returns, necessary apparatus, and the cost of experimental work in developing tabulating machinery, forty thousand dollars.

BUREAU OF STATISTICS: For Chief of Bureau, four thousand dollars; Bureau of Statistics. chief clerk, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; one chief of division, two thousand one hundred dollars; statistical clerk, two thousand dollars; six clerks of class four; three clerks of class three; one clerk, expert in foreign statistics and languages, to compile Statistical Abstract of the World, one thousand six hundred dollars; stenographer and typewriter, one thousand five hundred dollars; eight clerks of class two; twelve clerks of class one; translator, one thous

Limit.

etc.

commerce.

countries.

tion.

and two hundred dollars; twelve clerks, at one thousand dollars each; four copyists; one messenger; three assistant messengers; four laborers; and one female laborer, four bundred and eighty dollars; in all,

seventy-seven thousand five hundred and seventy dollars. Internaland foreign

For payment of the services of experts, and for other necessary expenditures connected with the collection of facts relative to the internal and foreign commerce of the United States, four thousand

dollars. Tariff of foreign To enable the Bureau of Statistics, under the direction of the Secre

tary of Commerce and Labor, to collate and arrange the tariffs of foreign countries in form for distribution, to be printed in the English language, utilizing as far as practicable the reports of the International Bureau for the Publication of Customs Tariffs, and accompanied by a statement showing the equivalent in currency, weights, and measures of the United States of all foreign terms of currency, weights, and

measures used in such tariffs, three thousand five hundred dollars. Steamboat-Inspec- OFFICE SUPERVISING INSPECTOR-GENERAL STEAMBOAT-INSPECTION tion Service.

SERVICE: For Supervising Inspector-General, three thousand five hundred dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; two clerks of class three; one clerk of class one; one clerk of class one (stenographer and typewriter); one messenger; in all, eleven thousand nine hundred and forty dollars, the same to be paid from the permanent appropriations

for the Steamboat-Inspection Service. Bureau of Naviga BUREAU OF NAVIGATION: For Commissioner of Navigation, four

thousand dollars; two clerks of class four; additional to one clerk designated as deputy commissioner, six hundred dollars; clerk to Commissioner, one thousand six hundred dollars; one clerk of class three; two clerks of class two; four clerks of class one; nine clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; one assistant messenger; and one

laborer; in all, twenty-eight thousand four hundred and eighty dollars. Bureau of Immigra

BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION: For Commissioner-General of Immigration.

tion, four thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars, and two hundred and fifty dollars additional for services as actuary; confidential clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; statistician and stenographer, with power to act as immigrant inspector, two thousand dollars; one supervising immigrant inspector, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk of class three; three clerks of class two; three clerks of class one; five clerks, at one thousand dollars each; two copyists; two messengers; one assistant messenger; in all, thirty thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars, which, together with all other expenses of regulating immigration, shall be paid from the permanent appropriation for expenses of regulating immigration:

Provided, That the Commissioner-General of Immigration, with the Refund of head tąx. Vol. 32, p. 1213. approval of the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, shall have power

to refund head tax heretofore and hereafter collected under section one of the immigration Act approved March third, nineteen hundred and three, upon presentation of evidence showing conclusively that

such collection was erroneously made. Bureau of Standards.

BUREAU OF STANDARDS: For Director, five thousand dollars; physicist, four thousand dollars; chemist, three thousand five hundred dollars; associate chemist, two thousand two hundred dollars; three associate physicists, at two thousand two hundred dollars each; one associate physicist, two thousand dollars; two assistant physicists, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; four assistant physicists, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; one assistant chemist, one thousand six hundred dollars; assistant chemist, one thousand four hundred dollars; three assistant physicists, at one thousand four hun dred dollars each; five laboratory assistants, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; five laboratory assistants, at one thousand dollars each; six laboratory assistants, at nine hundred dollars each; four

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aids, at six hundred dollars each; three laboratory apprentices, at five hundred and forty dollars each; three laboratory apprentices, at four hundred and eigbty dollars each; storekeeper, one thousand dollars; librarian, one thousand four hundred dollars; secretary, two thousand dollars; one clerk of class two;.one clerk of class one; one clerk, one thousand dollars; one clerk, nine hundred dollars; two clerks, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; three messenger boys, at three hundred and sixty dollars each; one elevator boy, three hundred and sixty dollars; one computer, one thousand dollars; chief mechanician, one thousand six hundred dollars; mechanician, one thousand four hundred dollars; one mechanician, one thousand two hundred dollars; two mechanicians, at one thousand dollars each; mechanician, nine hundred dollars; two watchmen; skilled woodworker, eight hundred and forty dollars; two skilled laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; draftsman, one thousand two hundred dollars; two assistant messengers; engineer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; two assistant engineers, at one thousand dollars each; assistant engineer, nine hundred dollars; three firemen; electrician, nine hundred dollars; three laborers; janitor, six hundred dollars; and two female laborers, at three hundred and sixty dollars each; in all, ninety-nine thousand six hundred and sixty dollars.

For apparatus, machinery, tools, and appliances used in connection Apparatuis, etc. with the buildings or with the work of the Bureau, laboratory supplies, materials and supplies used in the construction of apparatus, machinery, or other appliances; piping, wiring, and construction incident to the installation of apparatus, machinery, or appliances; furniture for laboratories and offices, cases for apparatus, forty thousand dollars. For repairs and necessary alterations, one thousand dollars.

Repairs. For fuel for heat, light, and power; office expenses, stationery, books Miscel

Miscellaneous items. and periodicals (subscriptions to periodicals may be paid in advance); traveling expenses; expenses of the visiting committee; expenses of attendance of American member at the meeting of the International Committee of Weights and Measures; traveling expenses of two delegates to the International Committee of Electrical Units and Standards, one of whom shall be an officer or employee of the Bureau of Standards; and contingencies of all kinds, twelve thousand five hundred dollars. For grading, construction of roads and walks, piping grounds for

Roads, walks, etc. water supply, lamps, wiring for lighting purposes, and other expenses incident to the improvement or care of grounds, one thousand tive hundred dollars.

CONTINGENT EXPENSES, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR: Conti For contingent expenses of the offices and bureaus of the Department for which appropriations for contingent and miscellaneous expenses are not specifically made, namely: For the purchase of professional and scientific books, law books, books of reference, periodicals, blank books, pamphlets, maps, newspapers (not exceeding two thousand five hundred dollars), stationery, furniture and repairs to the same, carpets, matting, oilcloth, file cases, towels, ice, brooms, soap, sponges, fuel, lighting and heating; for the purchase, exchange, and care of horses and vehicles, to be used only for official purposes; freight and express charges, postage, telegraph and telephone service, typewriters, and adding machines, and all other miscellaneous items and necessary expenses not included in the foregoing, seventy-five thousand dollars, which sum shall be so apportioned as to prevent a deficiency therein.

For rent of buildings, namely: For office of the Secretary of Rent. Commerce and Labor, and the bureaus of Corporations, Manufactures, and Immigration, eleven thousand eight hundred and thirty dollars; for the Light-House Board, office of Steamboat Inspection Service,

Contingent expensi

and Bureau of Navigation, seven thousand six hundred dollars; Bureau of Statistics, four thousand five hundred and thirty-nine dollars and eighty-four cents; stables, one thousand two hundred dollars; in all, twenty-five thousand one hundred and sixty-nine dollars and eightyfour cents.

JUDICIAL.

Judicial.

Supreme Court.
Justices.

Marshal,

circuit.

courts.

Hawaii, courts.

SUPREME COURT: For the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, thirteen thousand dollars; and for eight associate justices, at twelve thousand five hundred dollars each;

For marshal of the Supreme Court of the United States, three thou

sand five hundred dollars; Clerks to justices. For stenographic clerk for the Chief Justice and for each associate

justice of the Supreme Court, at not exceeding one thousand six hundred dollars each; in all, one hundred and thirty thousand nine hun

dred dollars. Circuit judges. CIRCUIT COURTS: For twenty-seven circuit judges, at seven thousand

dollars each, one hundred and eighty-nine thousand dollars; Clerks.

For nine clerks of circuit courts of appeals, at three thousand five

hundred dollars each, thirty-one thousand five hundred dollars; Messenger, eighth For messenger, to act as librarian and crier, circuit court of appeals,

eighth circuit, two thousand dollars; in all, two hundred and twenty

two thousand five hundred dollars. District judges. DISTRICT COURTS: For salaries of the seventy-four district judges of

the United States, at six thousand dollars each, four hundred and forty

four thousand dollars. Indian Territory, UNITED STATES COURTS, INDIAN TERRITORY: For salaries of the

eight judges of the United States in the Indian Territory, at five thousand dollars each, forty thousand dollars.

DISTRICT COURT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII: For the payment of the salaries of the judge, clerk, and the reporter of the United States district court for the Territory of Hawaii, at five thousand dollars, three thousand dollars, and one thousand two hundred dollars, respectively, nine thousand two hundred dollars.

RETIRED JUDGES: To pay the salaries of the United States judges retired under section seven hundred and fourteen of the Revised Statutes, so much as may be necessary for the fiscal year ending June

thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six, is hereby appropriated. Court of Appeals,

COURT OF APPEALS, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: For the chief justice of court of appeals of the District of Columbia, seven thousand five hundred dollars; and for two associate justices, at seven thousand dollars each;

For clerk, three thousand dollars;
For assistant or deputy clerk, two thousand dollars;

For reporter, one thousand five hundred dollars: Provided, That the reports issued by him shall not be sold for more than five dollars per volume;

For crier, nine hundred dollars;
For messenger, seven hundred and twenty dollars;

For necessary expenditures in the conduct of the clerk's office, five hundred dollars; in all, thirty thousand one hundred and twenty dol·lars, one-half of which shall be paid from the revenues of the District

of Columbia. Supreme court, Dis- SUPREME COURT, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: For salaries of the chief

justice of the supreme court of the District of Columbia and of the five associate judges, at six thousand dollars each, thirty-six thousand dollars, one-half of which shall be paid from the revenues of the District

of Columbia. Clerk, Illinois north- CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT, NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS: For

salary of the clerk of the district court for the northern district of

Retired judges.
R.S., sec, 714, p. 135.

District of Columbia.

Proi'iso. Reports.

trict of Columbia.

ern district.

Vol. 28, p. 204.

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