Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 39 Part 1.djvu/1171

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SIXTY-FOURTH oorronnss. sm. II. oa. 179. 1917. 1151 moneys received on account of charges, if any, made rmder this Act D*’P°¤*l°"°°°*P*$- shall e disposed of as is rovided by existing law for the disposition of receipts rom national fhrests. BUREAU or crmmsrnv. Bumcuurcatmssuy. Sanxnrns, BUREAU or Cnnmsrnrz One chemist, who shall be Y¤Y,°' ¤¤i°f 0* lm chief of bureau, $5,000; one chief clerk, $2,500; one executive clerk, mu'°°m'°t°` $2,000; two executive clerks, at $2,000 each; eight clerks, class four; eleven clerks, class three; one clerk, $1,440; fgiurteen clerks, class two; one clerk, $1,300; forty-two clerks, class one; one clerk, $1,100; thirteen clerks, at $1,020 each; thirteen clerks, at $1,000 each; one clerk, $960; thirty-four clerks, at $900 each; one clerk, $840; one clerk, $720; two food and drug inspectors, at $2,500 I°sPmm’m` each; two food and drug inspectors, at $2,250 each; one food and drug inspector, $2,120; eleven food and drug inspectors, at $2,000 each; thirteen food and drug inspectors, at $1,800 each; one food and drug inspector, $1,620; eleven food and drug inspectors, at $1,600 each; thirteen food and drug inspectors, at $1,400 each; one assistant, $1,600; four laboratory helpers, at $1,200 each; one laboratory helpler, $1,020; four laboratory hel ers, at $1,000 each; four laboratory elpers, at $960 each; three laboratory helpers, at $900 each; six laboratory helpers, at $840 each; two laboratory helpers, at $780 each ; twenty-three laboratoriy helpers, messenger boys, or laborers, at $720 each; two laboratory he rs, messenger boys, or laborers, at $660 each; thirty—·four laboratory hgelpers, messenger boys, or laborers, at $600 each; one laboratory assistant, $1,200; one toolmaker, $1 ,200; two samplers, at $1,200 each; one janitor, $1 ,020; one mechanic, $1,400; one mechanic, $1,200; one mechanic, $1,020; one mechanic, $960; one mechanic, $900; two student assistants, at $300 each; two messengers, at $840 each; one skilled laborer, $1,050 ; one skilled laborer, $840; three messenger boys or laborers, at $540 each; twelve messenger boys or laborers, at $480 each; three messenger boys or laborers, at $420 each; two messenger boys or laborers, at $360 each; nine charwomen, at $240 each; in all, $362,990. GENERAL nxrnxsns, BUREAU or Cnamrsrnrn For all necessary ex- °°"°’°' °"’"“°"·_ penses, for chemical apparatus, chemicals and supplies, reliairs to ,,;$”°'°‘““·““*’*‘*‘°" apparatus, gas, electric current, official traveling expenses, te egraph an telephone service, express and freight charges, for the employ- ment of such assistants, clerks, and other persons as the Secretary of Agriculture may consider necessary for the purposes named, in the city of Washington and elsewhere, in conducting investigations, collecting, reporting, and illustrating the results_of such investigations; and for rent outside of the District of Columbia, for carrying out the investigations and work herein authorized, as follows: Gmdmbim For conducting the investigations contemplated_by the Act of Vol.12,p.3S7. May fiftperifh, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, relating to the application o c emistry to a icu ture, $42,400; .0 For collaboration other departments of the Government etggilfisbfilllntiiilxutsllig desirin chemical investigations and whose heads request the Secretary og Agriculture for such assistance, and for other miscellaneous work, $14,000; _ _ En Ruin For investigating the character of the chemical and physical tests ms of Ammmrma which are applied to American food products in foreign countries, P'°‘*°°°’· and for inspecting the same before s °pment when desired by the shippers or owners of these products intended for countries where chemical and ph sical tests are required before the said products are allowed to be solll therein; and for all necessary eignses in connection with such inspection and studies of meth of analysis in foreign countries, $4.280;