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San Marcos, Tex.

Northville, Mich.

Northville (Michigan) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; foreman, nine hundred and sixty dollars; fish culturist, nine hundred dollars; four laborers, at six hundred dollars

each; in all, five thousand seven hundred and sixty 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 hundred 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 fish culturists, at nine hundred dollars each; skilled laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; two laborers, at six hundred dollars each; cook, four hundred and eighty dollars; in all, six thousand nine hundred dollars.

San Marcos (Texas) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; foreman, one thousand two hundred dollars; fish culturist, nine hundred dollars; three laborers, at six hundred dollars

each; in all, five thousand four hundred dollars. Baird, and Battle Baird (California) and Battle Creek (California) stations: SuperinCreek, Cal.

tendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; foreman, one thousand and eighty dollars; foreman, nine hundred dollars; three laborers, at six hundred dollars each; in all, five thousand two hundred and eighty

dollars. Clackamas, Oreg.

Clackamas (Oregon) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; fish culturist, nine hundred dollars; skilled laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; two laborers, at six hundred dol

lars each; in all, four thousand three hundred and twenty dollars. Manchester, Iowa. Manchester (Iowa) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hun

dred dollars; fish culturist, nine hundred dollars; three laborers, at

six hundred dollars each; in all, four thousand two hundred dollars. Bozeman, Mont.

Bozeman (Montana) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; fish culturist, nine hundred dollars; two laborers, at

six hundred dollars each; in all, three thousand six hundred dollars. Erwin, Tenn.

Erwin (Tennessee) 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. Nashua, N. H.

Nashua (New Hampshire) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; fish culturist, nine hundred dollars; two laborers,

at six hundred dollars each; in all, three thousand six hundred dollars. Edenton, X.c.

Edenton (North Carolina) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; fish culturist, nine hundred dollars; two laborers, at six hundred dollars each; in all, three thousand six hundred dollars.

Baker Lake (Washington) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; fish culturist, nine hundred dollars; two laborers,

at six hundred dollars each; in all, three thousand six hundred dollars. Puget Sound, Wash, Puget Sound (Washington) Stations: Three foremen, at one thou

sand two hundred dollars each; nine laborers, at six hundred dollars

each; in all, nine thousand dollars. Cold Springs, Ga. Cold Springs (Georgia) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five

hundred dollars; fish culturist, nine hundred dollars; two laborers, at

six hundred dollars each; in all, three thousand six hundred dollars. Spearfish, S. Dak. Spearfish (South Dakota) Station: Superintendent, one thousand

five hundred dollars; íish culturist, nine hundred dollars; two laborers, at six hundred dollars each; in all, three thousand six hundred dollars.

Baker Lake, Wash.

Springs, W. Pa,

Me.

Ark.

Homer, Minn.

White Sulphur Springs (West Virginia) Station: Superintendent, White Sulphur one thousand five hundred dollars; fish culturist, nine hundred dollars; three laborers, at six hundred dollars each; in all, four thousand two hundred dollars.

Tupelo (Mississippi) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five Tupelo, Miss. hundred dollars; fish culturist, nine hundred dollars; two laborers, at six hundred dollars each; in all, three thousand six hundred dollars.

Boothbay Harbor (Maine) Station: Superintendent, one thousand Boothbay Harbor, five hundred dollars; fish culturist, nine hundred dollars; engineer, one thousand one hundred dollars; skilled laborer, seven hundred and eighty dollars; three firemen, at six hundred dollars each; custodian of lobster pounds, seven hundred and twenty dollars; two laborers, at six hundred dollars each; in all, eight thousand dollars.

Mammoth Spring, Mammoth Spring (Arkansas) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; fish culturist, nine hundred dollars; two laborers, at six hundred dollars each; in all, three thousand six hundred dollars. Yes Bay (Alaska) Hatchery: Superintendent, one thousand five

Yes Bay, Alaska. hundred dollars; foreman, one thousand two hundred dollars; two skilled laborers, at nine hundred and șixty dollars each; three laborers, at nine hundred dollars each; cook, nine hundred dollars; in all, eight thousand two hundred and twenty dollars.

Afognak (Alaska) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hun Afognak, Alaska. dred dollars; foreman, one thousand two hundred dollars; two skilled laborers, at nine hundred and sixty dollars each; three laborers, at nine hundred dollars each; cook, nine hundred dollars; in all, eight thousand two hundred and twenty dollars.

Homer (Minnesota) Station: Superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; scientific assistant, one thousand four hundred dollars; scientific assistant, one thousand two hundred dollars; foreman, one thousand two hundred dollars; engineer, one thousand dollars; two firemen, at six hundred dollars each; two laborers, at six hundred dollars each; in all, eight thousand seven hundred dollars. Biological station, Fairport, Iowa: Director, one thousand eight Fairport, Towa:

Biological station. hundred dollars; superintendent of fish culture, one thousand five hundred dollars; scientific assistant, one thousand four hundred dollars; scientific assistant, one thousand two hundred dollars; foreman, one thousand two hundred dollars; shell expert, one thousand two hundred dollars; engineer, one thousand dollars; two firemen, at six hundred dollars each; two laborers, at six hundred dollars each; in all, eleven thousand seven hundred dollars.

Biological station, Beaufort, North Carolina: Superintendent and Beaufort, N.C. director, one thousand five hundred dollars; two laborers, at six hundred dollars each; in all, two thousand seven hundred dollars:

Employees at large: Two field-station superintendents, at one Employees at large. thousand 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 coxswains, 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 hundred 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 respecting food fishes: Assistant in charge, two Division of inquiry. 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; two assistants, at

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Distribution ployees.

Division of statistics.

Vessels.
**Albatross."

“Curlew."

nine hundred dollars each; one clerk of class one; two clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; in all, fourteen thousand dollars.

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; 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, fifteen thousand seven hundred 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 dollars; in all, five thousand two hundred dollars. * Fish Hawk."

Steamer Fish Hawk: One cabin boy, four hundred and eighty dol

lars. ** Grampus."

Schooner Grampus: Master, one thousand five hundred dollars; first mate, one thousand and eighty dollars; second mate, eight hundred and forty dollars; engineer, eight hundred and forty dollars; cook, six hundred dollars; three seamen, at five hundred and forty dollars each; one cabin boy, four hundred and twenty dollars; in all,

six thousand nine hundred dollars. “Phalarope."

Steamer Phalarope: 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.

Steamer Gannet: 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; in all, four thousand one hundred dollars.

Expenses of administration: For expenses of the office of the commissioner, including stationery, purchase of special reports, books

for library, furniture, expenses of the attendance of American official International Fish- delegates at the Fifth International Fisheries Congress not to exceed

seven hundred and fifty dollars, 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 compensation of temporary employees, and all other necessary expenses connected therewith, and for the Alaskan fur-seal and salmon fisheries services, including travel and all neces

sary expenses connected therewith, twelve thousand dollars. Propagation

Propagation of food fishes: For maintenance, equipment, and operations of the fish-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, three hundred thousand dollars.

Maintenance of vessels: For maintenance of the vessels and sels.

launches, including the purchase and repair of boats, apparatus, machinery, and other facilities required for use with the same, hire of vessels, and all other necessary expenses in connection therewith,

fifty-eight thousand dollars. Inquiries respecting Inquiry respecting food fishes: For expenses of the inquiry into Field expenses. the causes of the decrease of food fishes in the lakes, rivers, and coast

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food fishes.

fisheries,

Salmon agents, etc.

waters of the United States, and for the study of the waters of the interior, the Atlantic, Gult, and Pacific coasts in the interests of fish culture and the commercial fisheries, expenses of travel and preparation of reports, and for all other necessary expenses in connection therewith, thirty-five thousand dollars.

Statistical inquiry: For expenses in the collection and compilation Statistical inquiry. of the statistics of the fisheries and the study of their methods and relations, including travel and preparation of reports and all other necessary expenses in connection therewith, seven thousand five hundred dollars. And ten per centum of the foregoing amounts for the miscellaneous

Interchangeable

expenditures. expenses of the work of the bureau shall be available interchangeably for expenditure on the objects named, but no more than ten per centum shall be added to any one item of appropriation.

Agents at salmon fisheries in Alaska: For one agent, two thousand five hundred dollars; and one assistant agent, two thousand dollars; inspector, one thousand eight hundred dollars (transferred from office of the commissioner); in all, six thousand three hundred dollars.

The sum of eight thousand dollars appropriated by the Act making water musser station. appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the Reappropriation. fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and seven, for the purchase or construction of a steam launch for use in the propagation of salmon, is hereby reappropriated and made available for the purchase or construction of a steam or other launch for use in connection with the biological and fish-cultural stations for the propagation of the fresh-water mussel.

Biological station, Fairport, Iowa: For completion of biological Eniront Towa station at Fairport, Iowa, including construction of buildings, ponds, and equipment, to be immediately available, forty thousand dollars. Fish-cultural station, upper Mississippi River Valley (Homer, Homer, Minn.

Buildings, etc. Minnesota): For continuation of fish-cultural station in upper Mississippi River Valley, including construction of buildings, ponds, and equipment, to be immediately available, twenty-five thousand dollars.

Buildings, etc.

Miscellaneous.

MISCELLANEOUS OBJECTS, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR.

Alaskan seal fisheries,

Agents' salaries, etc.
Ante, p. 326.

Alaskan seal fisheries: For salaries of agents at seal fisheries in Alaska, as follows: For one agent, three thousand six hundred and fifty dollars; one assistant agent, two thousand nine hundred and twenty dollars; two assistant agents, at two thousand one hundred and ninety dollars each; one naturalist, three thousand dollars; janitor service at the government buildings at the Pribilof Islands, not exceeding four hundred and eighty dollars; in all, fourteen thousand four hundred and thirty dollars.

For furnishing food, fuel, and clothing and other necessaries of life Food, etc., for nato the native inhabitants on the islands of Saint Paul and Saint George, Alaska, nineteen thousand five hundred dollars.

IMMIGRATION SERVICE.

Immigration seryice.

Expenses of regulating immigration: For all expenses of the en- Immigration of forcement of the laws regulating the immigration of aliens into the Expensess enforcing United States, including the contract-labor laws; for the costs of the laws. reports of decisions of the federal courts, and digests thereof, for the use of the Commissioner-General of Immigration; for salaries and expenses of all officers, clerks, and employees appointed to enforce said laws; for the enforcement of the provisions of the Act of February Vol. 34, p. 898. twentieth, nineteen hundred and seven, entitled An Act to regulate the immigration of aliens into the United States” (Thirty-fourth

tax.

Provisor,

tract labor.

Vol. 34, p. 906.

Montreal, Canada.

Immigration office, rent.

Statutes, page eight hundred and ninety-eight); for expenses of

necessary supplies, alterations, and repairs, and for all other expenses Chinese exclusion. authorized by said Act; also for preventing the unlawful entry of

Chinese into the United States, by the appointment of suitable officers to enforce the laws in relation thereto, and the expenses of returning to China all Chinese persons found to be unlawfully in the United States, including the cost of imprisonment and actual expense

of conveyance of Chinese persons to the frontier or seaboard for deRefunding head portation, and for the refunding of head tax upon presentation of

evidence showing conclusively that collection was erroneously made; all to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, two million five hundred and seventy-five thousand dol

lars: Provided, That not to exceed fifty thousand dollars of said sum Employees on con

may be expended as provided in section twenty-four of the Act of February twentieth, nineteen hundred and seven, entitled “An Act

to regulate the immigration of aliens into the United States:" ProChinese exclusion vided, That the expenditures for the enforcement of the Chineseexpenses.

exclusion Act shall not exceed five hundred thousand dollars. Detailed estimates Hereafter there shall be submitted, following the estimates under required.

the foregoing appropriation for expenses of regulating immigration, statements showing the amount required for each object of expenditure mentioned in said estimates, together with a statement of the expenditures under each of such objects for the fiscal year terminated next preceding the period of submitting said estimates.

The Secretary of Commerce and Labor is hereby authorized to execute a lease for office quarters for the United States Immigration Service at Montreal, Canada, for a period of four years and six months from January first, nineteen hundred and ten, at a rate of rental not to exceed four thousand five hundred dollars per annum.

Immigration Station Ellis Island, New York Harbor: For new crematory, fifteen thousand dollars; for reconstruction of ferry rack, six thousand dollars; in all, twenty-one thousand dollars.

For the construction of an eight-inch, cast-iron water main from Spit."

pier numbered fourteen, in the city of Galveston, Texas, across the Water supply.

channel of the harbor of Galveston, Texas, to such place on “Pelican Spit," Galveston Harbor, as may be necessary to furnish ample water facilities to the immigrant station thereon, fifteen thousand one

hundred and fifty-eight dollars. Electric cables. For the construction and complete installation of electric light,

power, and telephone cables between the city of Galveston, Texas,

and the immigrant station on “Pelican Spit,' five thousand dollars, Deposit by Galves. in all, twenty thousand one hundred and fifty-eight dollars: Provided,

That before contracts are made for the performance of the work herein authorized and appropriated for, the city of Galveston, Texas, shall deposit ten thousand dollars with the Secretary of Commerce

and Labor for credit of “Miscellaneous receipts,” to be covered into R. S.,sec. 3618, p. 713. the Treasury, as provided in section three thousand six hundred and

eighteen, Revised Statutes of the United States. Naturalization divi

Salaries and expenses, Division of Naturalization: For compensaSpecial examiners, tion, to be fixed by the Secretary of Commerce and Labor, of exam

iners, interpreters, clerks, and stenographers, for the purpose of carry

ing on the work of the Division of Naturalization, Bureau of ImmiVol. 34, p. 596. gration and Naturalization, provided for by the Act of Congress

approved June twenty-ninth, nineteen hundred and six, entitled "An Act to establish a Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization and

to provide for a uniform rule for the naturalization of aliens throughTraveling expenses. out the United States," and for their actual necessary traveling

expenses while absent from their official stations, including street-car fares on official business at official stations, subject to such rules and regulations as the Secretary of Commerce and Labor may prescribe; and for the actual necessary traveling expenses of the officers and

Ellis Island station, N. Y

Buildings.

Galveston, Tex.
Station at " Pelican

Ante, p. 372.

ton, Tex.

sion.

clerks, etc.

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