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For night watchmen, as follows: Two in Smithsonian Grounds and Night force. neighboring reservations; one in Judiciary Park; two in Henry and Seaton parks and adjacent reservations; one in grounds south of the Executive Mansion; one in Monument Park; one in Garfield Park and neighboring reservations; one in Iowa, Scott, and Thomas circles and neighboring reservations; one in Stanton and Lincoln parks and neighboring reservations; one in Lafayette and McPherson squares and Franklin and Farragut parks; one in Washington and Dupont circles and neighboring reservations; one in Mount Vernon Park and neighboring reservations; two for greenhouses and nursery; and four in Potomac Park; nineteen in all, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each, thirteen thousand six hundred and eighty dollars.

For watchmen for the care of the monument and dock at Wake- Wakefield, Va. field, Virginia, the birthplace of Washington, three hundred dollars.

For contingent and incidental expenses, including purchase of pro- Contingent expenses. fessional and scientific books and periodicals, books of reference, blank books, photographs, and maps, seven hundred dollars.

For purchase and repair of bicycles and revolvers for park watchmen and for purchase of ammunition, four hundred dollars.

Of the foregoing amounts appropriated under Public Buildings, Amount from Disand Grounds, the sum of thirty-one thousand four hundred and seventy-five dollars shall be paid out of the revenues of the District of Columbia.

trict revenues,

STATE, WAR, AND NAVY DEPARTMENT BUILDING.

State, War,and Navy Department building.

Office of the superintendent: Clerk of class one; stenographer and clerkise

Clerks, engineers,

watchmen, etc. typewriter, nine hundred dollars; chief engineer, one thousand four hundred dollars; five assistant engineers, at one thousand dollars each; electrical machinist, one thousand two hundred dollars; captain of the watch, one thousand two hundred dollars; two lieutenants of the watch, at eight hundred and forty dollars each; forty-nine watchmen; carpenter, one thousand dollars; electrician, one thousand two hundred dollars; machinist, painter, and plumber, at one thousand dollars each; three dynamo tenders, at nine hundred dollars each; seven skilled laborers or mechanics, at eight hundred and forty dollars each; messenger; foreman of laborers, eight hundred and forty dollars; ten firemen; eleven conductors of elevators, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; seventeen laborers; three second-class firemen, at six hundred and sixty dollars each; four forewomen of charwomen, at three hundred dollars each; seventyseven charwomen; gardener, seven hundred and twenty dollars; in all, one hundred and twelve thousand and forty dollars.

For fuel, lights, repairs, and miscellaneous items, and city directo- Fuel, lights, etc. ries, thirty-two thousand dollars. For rewiring electric light and power circuits in the State, War, Rewiring electric

circuits, etc. and Navy Department building, and for making the repairs incident thereto, including purchase and installation of new feeder and branch circuit conductors, conduits, and fittings, forty thousand dollars.

Mills BUILDING: Engineer, one thousand two hundred dollars; Mills Building. four firemen; two elevator conductors, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; five watchmen; four laborers; one forewoman, three hundred dollars; nine charwomen; in all, fourteen thousand two hundred and twenty dollars.

For repairs, supplies, and miscellaneous articles, Mills Building, two thousand dollars.

STATE DEPARTMENT ANNEX: Laborer, six hundred and sixty State Department dollars.

Annex.

Navy Department.

NAVY DEPARTMENT.

Solicitor's Office.

Naval Records of the Rebellion.

Pay of Secretary, OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY: Secretary of the Navy, twelve thouAssistant, clerks, etc.

sand dollars; Assistant Secretary of the Navy, five thousand dollars; chief clerk, three thousand dollars; private secretary to Secretary, two thousand five hundred dollars; clerk to Secretary, two thonsand two hundred and fifty dollars; clerk to Assistant Secretary, two thousand dollars; disbursing clerk, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; four clerks of class four; stenographer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; clerk of class three; four clerks of class two; five clerks of class one; stenographer, one thousand two hundred dollars; clerk, one thousand one hundred dollars; four clerks, at one thousand dollars each; telegraph operator, one thousand one hundred dollars; two copyists; carpenter, nine hundred dollars; four messengers; four assistant messengers; three laborers; three messenger boys, at six hundred dollars each; messenger boy, four hundred and 'twenty dollars; messenger boy, four hundred dollars; telephone switchboard operator; assistant telephone switchboard operator; in all, seventy-three thousand four hundred and sixty dollars.

OFFICE OF THE SOLICITOR: Solicitor, four thousand dollars; law clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; law clerk, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; law clerk, two thousand dollars; clerk of class four; clerk of class three; clerk of class two; clerk, eight hundred and forty dollars; and messenger boy, six hundred dollars; in

all, sixteen thousand nine hundred and ninety dollars. Library.

LIBRARY OF THE NAVY DEPARTMENT: One clerk of class two; clerk of class one; assistant messenger; and one laborer; in all, three thousand nine hundred and eighty dollars.

OFFICE OF NAVAL RECORDS OF THE REBELLION: Chief clerk, two thousand dollars; agent, to be selected by the Secretary of the Navy from the officers of the late Confederatë navy, one thousand eight hundred dollars; clerk of class three (indexer); three clerks of class two; two clerks of class one; two clerks, at one thousand dollars each; two copyists; copyist, seven hundred and twenty dollars; assistant messenger; necessary traveling expenses for collection of records, one hundred dollars; in all, seventeen thousand three hundred and forty dollars.

For continuing the publication of an edition of eleven thousand copies of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Navies in the War of the Rebellion, in accordance with the plan approved by the Secretary of the Navy under the Act of Congress approved July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, and for the purpose of making such maps and illustrations as relate to the work,

twenty-one thousand dollars. Judge-Advocate JUDGE-ADVOCATE-GENERAL, UNITED STATES NAVY: Clerk of class

four; clerk, one thousand three hundred dollars; two clerks of class one; three clerks, at one thousand dollars each; clerk, nine hundred dollars; assistant messenger; in all, ten thousand one hundred and twenty dollars.

BUREAU OF NAVIGATION: Chief clerk, two thousand dollars; clerk, two thousand dollars; four clerks of four; five clerks of class three; five clerks of class two; eight clerks of class one; three clerks, at one thousand one hundred dollars each; fourteen clerks, at one thousand dollars each; five copyists; nineteen copyists, at eight hundred and forty dollars each; two assistant messengers; messenger boy, six hundred dollars; and five laborers; in all, seventy-eight thousand

nine hundred dollars. Naval Intelligence OFFICE OF NAVAL INTELLIGENCE: Clerk of class four; clerk of class

two; two translators, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; clerk, one thousand three hundred dollars; assistant draftsman, one

Continuing publication,

Vol. 28, p. 190.

General's Office.

Bureau of Navigation.

Office.

ment.

.

Office.

thousand two hundred dollars; three clerks, at one thousand dollars
each; messenger boy, six hundred dollars; in all, twelve thousand one
hundred dollars.
BUREAU OF EQUIPMENT: Chief clerk, two thousand dollars; expert

Bureau of Equipin wireless telegraphy, three thousand dollars; draftsman, who shall Post, p. 613. be an expert in marine construction, two thousand dollars; bookkeeper and accountant, one thousand eight hundred dollars; clerk of class four; two draftsmen, at one thousand seven hundred dollars each; electrical expert and draftsman, one thousand six hundred dollars; clerk of class three; clerk of class two; clerk, one thousand three hundred dollars; two clerks of class one; draftsman for work in connection with depots for coal, one thousand two hundred dollars; four clerks, at one thousand dollars each (four transferred to Bureau of Supplies and Accounts); two copyists; assistant messenger; messenger boy, six hundred dollars; blueprinter, six hundred dollars; messenger boy, three hundred and sixty dollars; and two laborers; in all, thirty-two thousand nine hundred dollars. HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE: Hydrographic engineer, three thousand

Hydrographic dollars; assistant, two thousand two hundred dollars; assistant, twothousand dollars; nautical expert, one thousand eight hundred dollars; two nautical experts, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; nautical expert, one thousand three hundred dollars; two nautical experts, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; four nautical experts, at one thousand dollars each; clerk of class two; clerk of class one; custodian of archives, one thousand two hundred dollars; three copyists; copyist, eight hundred and forty dollars; two copyists, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; compiler, one thousand four hundred dollars; editor of Notice to Mariners, one thousand six hundred dollars; computer, one thousand four hundred dollars; three draftsmen, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; four draftsmen, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; two draftsmen, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; two draftsmen, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; five draftsmen, at one thousand dollars each; draftsman, nine hundred dollars; three apprentice draftsmen, at seven hundred dollars each; chief engraver, two thousand dollars; two engravers, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; three engravers, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; engraver, one thousand four hundred dollars; six engravers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; two engravers, at one thousand dollars each; engraver, seven hundred and twenty dollars; apprentice engraver, eight hundred dollars; apprentice engraver, seven hundred dollars; chief plate printer, one thousand four hundred dollars; plate printer, one thousand two hundred dollars; plate printer, one thousand dollars; two plate printers, at nine hundred dollars each; plate printer, eight hundred dollars; apprentice plate printer, seven hundred dollars; apprentice plate printer, six hundred dollars; chief lithographer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; two lithographers, at one thousand dollars each; apprentice lithographer, seven hundred dollars; electrotyper and chart plate maker, one thousand two hundred dollars; assistant messenger; four laborers; two helpers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; two helpers, at six hundred and sixty dollars each; helper, six hundred dollars; helper, five hundred dollars; helper, four hundred and eighty dollars; in all, one hundred and two thousand two hundred dollars.

For purchase of copperplates, steel plates, chart paper, packing Materials. boxes, chart portfolios, electrotyping copperplates, cleaning copperplates; tools, instruments, power, and materials for drawing, engraving, and printing; materials for and mounting charts; reduction of charts by photography; photolithographing charts for immediate use; transfer of photolithographic and other charts to copper; care and repairs to printing presses, furniture, instruments, and tools;

Pilot Charts.

Branch offices.

Chart, North Pacific
Ocean.

extra drawing and engraving; translating from foreign languages; telegrams on public business; the preparation of Pilot Charts and their supplements, and the printing and mailing of the same; purchase of data for charts and sailing directions and other nautical publications; works and periodicals relating to hydrography, marine meteorology, navigation, surveying, oceanography, and terrestrial magnetism, seven thousand dollars.

Contingent expenses of branch offices at Boston, New York, Contingent expenses. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Norfolk, Savannah, New Orleans, San

Francisco, Portland (Oregon), Portland (Maine), Chicago, Cleveland, Port Townsend, Buffalo, Duluth, Sault Sainte Marie, and Galveston, including furniture, fuel, lights, stationery, miscellaneous articles, rent and care of offices, care of time balls, car fare and ferriage in visiting merchant vessels, freight and express charges, telegrams, and other necessary expenses incurred in collecting the latest information for the Pilot Charts, and for other purposes for which the

offices were established, eleven thousand dollars. Employees.

For services of necessary employees at branch offices, seventeen

thousand nine hundred and sixty dollars. Monthly Pilot For a monthly Pilot Chart of the North Pacific Ocean, showing

graphically the matters of value and interest to the maritime community of the Pacific coast, and particularly the directions and forces of the winds to be expected during the month succeeding the date of issue; the set and strength of the currents; the feeding grounds of whales and seals; the regions of storm, fog, and ice; the positions of derelicts and floating obstructions to navigation; the best 'routes to be followed by steam and by sail; expenses of communicating and circulating information; lithographing and engraving; the purchase

of materials for and printing and mailing the chart, two thousand Source of data to be dollars. And hereafter the pilot charts prepared in the Hydroon

graphic Office shall have conspicuously printed thereon the following: "Prepared from data furnished by the Hydrographic Office of the Navy Department and by the Weather Bureau of the Department

of Agriculture, and published at the Hydrographic Office under the Meteorological in

from authority of the Secretary of the Navy;"' and all meteorological Weather Bureau. information received by the Weather Bureau of the Department of

Agriculture necessary for and of the character of such information heretofore used in the preparation of the pilot charts shall continue

to be furnished with all possible expedition to the Hydrographic Detail of naval ofi- Office for use in the preparation of said charts; and not more than

two naval officers shall be detailed or employed in the Hydrographic Office.

No expenditure shall be incurred or authorized for personal services or otherwise under the Hydrographic Office at Washington, District of Columbia, during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven except as herein authorized by appropriations under the Navy Department or under appropriations that may be made for printing

and binding. Naval Observatory. NAVAL OBSERVATORY: For three assistant astronomers, one at two

thousand four hundred dollars, and two at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; assistant in department of nautical instruments, one thousand six hundred dollars; clerk of class four; clerk of class two; instrument maker, one thousand five hundred dollars; electrician, one thousand five hundred dollars; three assistants, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; three assistants at one thousand four hundred dollars each; librarian, one thousand four hundred dollars; two assistants, at one thousand dollars each; stenographer and typewriter, nine hundred dollars; foreman and captain of the watch, one thousand dollars; carpenter, and engineer, at one thousand dollars each; three firemen; six watchmen; elevator conductor,

formation

cers limited.

services

Personal restricted.

Apparatus.

Nautical
Office.

Almanac

seven nundred and twenty dollars; and nine laborers; in all, forty-
three thousand two hundred and forty dollars.
For miscellaneous computations, five thousand dollars.

Computations. For professional and scientific books, periodicals, engravings, Library. photographs, and fixtures for the library, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For apparatus and instruments, and for repairs of the same, two thousand dollars.

For repairs to buildings, fixtures, and fences, furniture, gas, chem- contingent expenses. icals, and stationery, freight (including transmission of public documents through the Smithsonian exchange), foreign postage, and expressage, plants, fertilizers, and all contingent expenses, three thousand dollars.

For fuel, oil, grease, tools, pipe, wire, and other materials needed for the maintenance and repair of boilers, engines, heating apparatus, electric lighting and power plant, and water-supply system; purchase and maintenance of teams; material for boxing nautical instruments for transportation; paints, telegraph and telephone service, and incidental labor, eight thousand dollars.

NAUTICAL ALMANAC OFFICE: For the following assistants in preparing for publication the American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac, namely: One, at one thousand eight hundred dollars; two, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; two, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; three, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; two, at one thousand dollars each; copyist and typewriter, nine hundred dollars; assistant messenger; and one messenger boy, four hundred and twenty dollars; in all, fifteen thousand four hundred and forty dollars.

For pay of computers on piecework in preparing for publication the Computers. American Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac and in improving the tables of the planets, moon, and stars, seven thousand dollars.

BUREAU OF STEAM ENGINEERING: Chief clerk, two thousand dollars; clerk of class four; clerk of class three; two clerks of class two; clerk, one thousand three hundred dollars; three clerks of class one; clerk, one thousand one hundred dollars; three clerks, at one thousand dollars each; clerk, eight hundred and forty dollars; assistant messenger; two laborers; two laborers, at six hundred dollars each; messenger boy, six hundred dollars; draftsman, one thousand four hundred dollars; assistant draftsman, one thousand two hundred dollars; stenographer and typewriter, one thousand dollars; stenographer and typewriter, nine hundred dollars; in all, twenty-six thousand three hundred and eighty dollars.

BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR: Chief clerk, two thousand dollars; two clerks of class four; two clerks of class three; three clerks of class two; three clerks, at one thousand three hundred dollars each; three clerks of class one; nine clerks, at one thousand one hundred dollars each; fifteen clerks, at one thousand dollars each; five copyists; two assistant messengers; laborer; nine messenger boys, at six hundred dollars each; messenger boy, four hundred dollars; in all, fifty-seven thousand eight hundred dollars.

The services of draftsmen and such other technical services as the Technical services. Secretary of the Navy may deem necessary may be employed only in the Bureaus of Ordnance, Equipment, Construction and Repair, and Steam Engineering to carry into effect the various appropriations for "Increase of the Navy," "Construction and repair,”! “Steam machinery," "Ordnance and ordnance stores," and "Equipment of vessels,” to be paid from appropriations "Construction and repair," “Steam machinery,” “Ordnance and ordnance stores,” and “Equipment of vessels" Provided, That the expenditures on this account

Limit, etc. for the fiscal vear nineteen hundred and eleven shall not exceed one

Bureau of Steam Engineering.

Bureau of Construc. tion and Repair.

Proriso.

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