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1244 SIXTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 86. 1919. mation for pilot charts, and for other purposes for which the offices were established, $12,500. Employees- For services of necessary employees at branch offices, $17,960. _ etfsggqgéshijgtxicgg No expenditure shall be incurre or authorized for personal services miém. or otherwise under the Hydrographic Office in the District of Columbia, during the fiscal year 1920, except as herein authorized by appropriations under the Navy Department or under appropriations that may be made for printing and binding. _

 NAVAL OnsnavAr0nY: Astronomer, $2,800; assistant astrono-

` mers—one $2,400, one $2,000, one $1,800; assistant in department of nautical instruments, $1,600; clerks-—one of class four, one of class three, two of class two, two of class one; instrument maker, $1,500; electrician; $1,500; librarian, $1,800; assistants—three at $1,600 each, three at $1,400 each, two at $1,200 each; stenographer and typewriter, $900; foreman and captain of the watch, $1,000; carpenter, $1,000; engineer, $1,200; three firemen; six watchmen; mechanic, $900; nine laborers; in all, $52,820. C¤¤¤¤¤¤¤i¤¤¤- For miscellaneous computations, $5,000. Library- For professional and scientific books, books of reference, periodicals, engravings, photographs, and fixtures for the library, $1,000. Apparatus, etc. `or apparatus 8.11 instnlments, and fo1' I‘6p3l1’S of tho 241.1116, $2,500. C°¤**¤€°¤*°xP°¤S°’· For repairs to buildings, fixtures, and fences; furniture, as, chemicals, and stationery; freight (inclu transmission of pulilic documents through the Smithsonian exc e), foreign postage, and expressage; plants, fertilizers, and all contingent expenses, $3,500. m¤<=°“¤¤°°¤¤ mms- For fuel, oil, grease, pipe, wire, and other materials needed for the maintenance an repair o boilers, engines, heating apparatus, electric lighting and power plant, and water-supply system; purchase and ` maintenance of teams; maintenance, repair, exchange, or 0 eration of motor truck and of horse—drawn passenger—carrying vehicles; material for boxing nautical instruments for trans ortation; paints, telegrapph and telephone service, and incidental lager, $11,000. G*¤¤¤¢*S Md MGS- or cleanin , repair, and upkeeip of grounds and roads, $6,000. Ogggtiml M¤¤¤¤¤¤ NAUTICAL NAC Orman; or assistants in preparing for pub- ` lication the American Ephemens and Nautical A.lmanac—one $2,000, two at $1,800 each, two at $1,600 each, two at $1,400 each, three at $1,200 each, two at $1,000 each; copyist and typewriter, $900; assistant messenger; messenger boy, $420; in all, $19 240. €<>¤¤¤¤¢¤*¤· For pay of computers on (piecework in preparing for publication the American Ephemeris an Nautical Almanac and in improving the tables of the planets, moon, and stars, $3,000. E§‘g,',§§,‘,}’,,,,,f" S‘°‘“‘ BUREAU or STEAM Exommzamoz Chief clerk, $2 250; bookkeeper and accountant, $1,800; clerks——one of class four, live of class three, six of class two, two at $1,300 each, seven of class one, two at $1,100 each, six at $1,000 each, one $900; copyist; two expert radio aids, at $3,130 each; expert in wireless telegraphy, $3,000; draftsmen— one (who shall be an expert in marine construction) $2,000, one $1,400; assistant $1,200; two blue printers, at $720 each; four assistant messengers; laborers-—three at $660 each, two at $600 each; messenger boy, $600; in all, $65,210. T°°h¤i*¤’S°”*°°$· The services of draftsmen and such other technical services as the Secretagr of the Navy ma deem necessary may be employed only in the ureau of Steam lgngineering and at rates of compensation not exceeding those paid hereunder prior to January 1, 1918, to carry into effect the various appropriations for "Increase of the Navy ’ and “Engineering," to be paid from the appropriation “Engineering": ggggoéw Provided, That the expenditures on this account for the fiscal year ' 1920 shall not exceed $230,055. A statement of the persons employed