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1156 SIXTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 179. 1917. $125,000 shall be used on the national forests and the public domain _ _ in destroying wolves, cplyotes, and other ammals injurious to agri- ,mi°§.‘;f,,°°§§,'},€, $§’,§‘,‘§°‘° culture animal husban ry, and wild game: And pmvzdcd fura: ey-, That of this sum not more than $125,000 shall be used on the lpublic lands, national forests, and elsewhere in the Western and orthwestern States for the protection of stock and other domestic animals through the suppression of rabies by the destruction of wolves, , _ . . co otes, and other predatory wild animals; _ _ ,;,£,§{l°g‘“l “"°°°‘°' for biological invatigations, including the relations, habits, geographic distribution, an migrations of animals and plants, and the _ _ pre aration of maps of the e zones,·$25,600; _ _ rum¤1f»;!?1i»?»r:r¢:`:§I·°o’t¤i»IiZ Ishr all necessary expenses for enforcing the provisions of the Act

      • 90, 3,, P 8,., approved March fourth, nineteen hundred and thirteen (Thirty-

P~},pZ 1:/92.· seventh Statutes at Large, lpages eight hundred and forty-seven and ree, p. im. eight hundred and forty-eig t), relating to the protection of migratory game and insectivorous birds, and for cooperation with local authorities in the protection of migratory birds, and for necessary investiga- _ _ . tions connected therewith, $50,000; p$§‘§`”'m”°v° °x` For general administrative expenses connected with the abovementioned lines of work, including cooperation with other Federal bureaus, departments, boards, and commissions, on request from them $I2,560‘ In ,all, for ghneral e es, $545,700. Total for Bureau of giological Survey, $592,070. , A¤¤>¤¤¤= ,;j$,£_*¤· nrvrsroiv or Aocourrrs nm nrsnuizsmmrrrs. §_};°{,gf,£’c°‘ *1*** Ssnmms, Drvrsron or Aeootmrs xm: Drsnmzsmnmrs: One chief ' ’ of division and disburs' clerk, $4,000; one su ervis` auditor, $2,250; one cashier anduizhief clerk, $2 250; one geputyngisbursing clerk, $2,000; one accountant and bookkeeper, $2,000; two clerks, class four; four clerks, clams three; six clerks, class two; five clerks, class one; four clerks, at $1,000 each; three clerlé, at $900 each; one m r, $720; one rnesse r or messe r , $600. Total for 'lgivision of Aocountgihd Disburs;i:nts,y$44,920. ,,,,‘§‘”“°°"°“‘ ”*"‘ mvrsrou or runucarroxs. s»iilLi’ii$r*£°$i€l dw Sanmngzs, Drvrsioiv or Ponucariousz One editor, who shall be

of division, $3,500; one editor, who shall be assistant chief of

division, $2,500; one chief clerk, $2,000; two assistant editors, at $2,000 each; four assistant editors, at $1,800 each; one assistant editor, $1,600; one assistant editor, $1,400; one assistant editor in charge of indexing, $2,000; one indexer, $1,400; one assistant in charge of illustrations, $2,100; two draftsmen or photographers, at $1,600 each; two draftsmen or photographers, at $1,500 each; three draftsmen or photographers, at $1,400 each; one draftsman or photographer, $1,300; eight draftsmen or photographers, at $1,200 each; one assistant photographer, $900; one lantern slide colorist, $840; one assistant in charge of document section, $2,000; one assistant in mak; m document section, $1,800; one assistant in document section, $1,400; ’ one foreman, miscellaneous distribution, $1,500; one clerk, class three; one clerk, class two; eleven clerks, class one; sixteen clerks, at $1,000 each; fortyoclerks, at $900 each; eighteen clerks, at $840 each; two skilled la rers, at $900 each; seven skilled laborers, at $840 each; four skilled laborers, at $780 each; one chief folder, $1,200; seventeen skilled laborers, messengers, or messenger boys, at $720 each; one skilled laborer, $720; one folder, $1,000; two folders, at $900 each; two skilled laborers, at $1,100 each; one skilled laborer, $1,000; two messengers, at $840 each; three messengers or messenger boys, at $600 each; two messengers or messenger boys, at $480 each;