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FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 716. 1904. 137 thFor relnt of rloomggcmcluging stlealm heat and elevator service, six R°¤*·°‘°- ousan seven un an y dollars. For -contingent expenses, namely: For furniture, carpets, ice, lumber, °°¤*i¤¤°¤*°*P°¤S°¤· hardware, dry goo s, advertising, telegraphing, te ephone service, expressage, storage for documents, not to excee seven hundred and fifty dol s, repairs of cases and furniture, fuel and lights, soap, baushes; brooms; malts, (pilsi (and other absolutely necessary expenses, t ree thousand ve un re dollars. ` Lrerrr-Housn Boannz For chief clerk, two thousand four hundred ¤¥‘“#H°°°° B°°’°· 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; two clerks, at one thousand dollars each; ten clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; one clerk, eight hundred and forty dollars; one clerk, seven hundred and twenty ollars; two assistant messengers; one laborer; assistant civil engineer, two thousand four hundred dollars; draftsman, one thousand eight hundred dollars; draftsman, one thousand five hundred and sixty dollars; draftsnum, one thousand four hundred and forty dollars; dlraftsmgn, on; thousand! two hlupdred dollars;' in all, forty-four thousand two un red an sixty o lars. ' THE Crmsus Ormcnz For Director, six thousand dollars; four chief Gemu Ofrrce. statisticians, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; chief clerk, m'°°°°r'°°m’°w` two thousand five hundred dollars; disbursing and appointment clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; geographer, two thousand dollars; stenographer, one thousand five hundred ollars; eight expert chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; four cler of class four; seven clerks of class three; sixteen clerks of class two; two hundred and seventy-two clerks of class one; two hundred and twelve clerks, at one thouaauddollara each; forty-four 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; live skilled laborers, at nine hundred dollars each; ten watchmen; six messengers; two firemen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; thirteen assistant messengers; sixteen unskilled laborers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; thirty- live charwomen; in all, seven hundred and eleven thousand seven hundred and sixtv dollars. · For securin information for census reports, provided for by law, Reports. em. includin per diem compensation of special agents and expenses of the ' same and of detailed employees, the cost of transcribing State, municipal, and other records, the temporary_ rental of qluarters outside of R¤¤¤· ¤¤¤· the District of Columbia for supervising specia agents, and the employment by them of such temporary service as may be necessary in collecting the statistics reguired by law, four hundred and thirtdy- eight thousand four hundred ollars: Provided, That the total expen i- PL{_,g¤¢{¤¢· ture for such rentals shall not exceed three thousand dollars, and . that for temporary service two thousand dollars: And ]}7’0’lJl2]6d]ll¢7‘#]l€7', That no expense shall be incurred for the two last—named items unless aesmcmm. the same shall have been previously authorized by the Director. The thirteen special agents now employed in the Census Office on fegdgmgsegltxg other than the special work committed to them, as authorized by te-me. section ten of the Act of March sixth, nineteen hundred and two, "°‘·“’·P·5°’* entitled, "An Act to rovide for a permanent Census OH‘ice," are hereby transferred-to the classiiied service, to be assiglned as follows: _ One geographer and four as chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars *““‘”““°’“· each, four as clerks of class four, and four as clerks of class two. Rem For rental of quarters, twenfyi-sgi thousand six hundred dollars. Smmmm For stationer · ten thousan dollars. _ ‘ For furniturd: carpets, ice, lumber, hardware, dry goods, advertis- *`¤'¤*°“*°· ing, telegraphing, expressage, horses and wagons, fee for and shoe-