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SIXTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 214. 1920. 679 class three, two at $1,500 each, twenty-two of class two, thirty-five of class one, twenty at $1,000 each, fourteen at $900 each; two messengers; four assistant messengers; laborer; two messenger boys, at $420 each; in all, $220,510. Commercial attaches: For commercial attachés, to be a inted ,,§,‘g'}”'°’°‘°’ ‘*‘ by the Secretary of Commerce, after examination to be hellllounder his direction to determine their competency, and to be accredited through the State Department, whose duties shall be to investigate and report upon suc conditions in .the manufacturing industries and trade of oreign countries as may he of interest to the United States; and for one clerk to each of said commercial attaches to be °’°"‘“»°*°· paid a salary not to exceed $2,000 each and for necessary traveling and subsistence expenses of officers, rent outside of the District o Columbia, purchase of rgiorts books of reference and periodicals, travel to and from the nited States, exchange on official checks, , Pm P 68, and all other necessary egzlpenses not included in the foregoing; such ’ ° ` commercial atta.ch& sh . serve, directly under the· Secretary —of Commerce and shall report directlyto him, $171,000; _ . _ . _ For all necessary expenses, including field investxantgons in·=the ,,,§'§$°§f"‘ °' °“'“' United States and abroad, purchase of documents, p , specifics- P<>·¢»v· 88* tions, manuscripts, and all otherifiublications for the promotion of the commercial interests of the nited States, exchange on official checks, and rent outside the District of Columbia, to further (promote and develop the foreign and domestic commerce of the Unite States $325,000, to be exgended render the direction of the Secretary_oi PWM Commerce: Provide , That not more than $75,000 of the foraging amaafemeu. séum shall be used for the expenses of branch offices in the Unite tates. . To fur-ther promote and develop the commerce of the United States ,,,§§f,’1?,?,‘{,E‘,§,‘,,‘f,,,,°f,’_',§‘,§ with South and Central America, including the employment of ex- Gegegglitmsgceperts and special agents in the District of Columbia and elsewhere, ’ ' purchase o books of reference and periodicals, reports, traveling and subsistence ejpenses of officers an employees, exchange on oHicial checks, and other necessary incidental expenses not included in the foregoing, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of Commerce, $100,000. To further ggomote and_develop the commerce of the United States Ff,°§§'°° '“" "" with the Far ast, including the employment of experts and s ecial P¤¤·P· 88* agents in the District of Co umbia and elsewhere, purchase of books o reference and periodicals, reports traveling and subsistence expenses of officers and employees, exchange on official checks, and all other necessary incidental expenses not included in the foregoing, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of Commerce, $100,000. Srsaunosr-INsrncrroN Smzvrom: Supe ' Inspector Gen- ¤,5,t°§Z,l-`g°§°QlE`I°°p°°` eral, $5,000; Deputy Supervising Inspector Genera $3,000- private secretary, $1,500; c erks—-one o class four, two of class three, one of class two, two of class one, two at $1,000 each, two at $900 each; messenger; in_ all, $22,940- B . . i Steamboat inspectors: For eleven supervising inspectors, at $3,450 mllmmmg each, $37,950; _ Inspectors of hulls and inspectors of boilers, as authorized by law, ’”*’°°°°”· $225,900; t. tm Assistant inspectors, as authorized by law, for the following ports: mw New_ York, forty at $2,500 each; New Orleans, six at $2,350 each; Baltimore, ten at $2,350 each· Providence, four at $2,350 each; Boston, ten at $2,350 each; Bhiladel hia, sixteen at $2,350 each; San Francisco, sixteen at $2,350 each- Euifalo, eight at $2,100 each; Cleveland, ten at $2,100 each; four at $2,100 each; Chicago, five at $2,100 each; Grand Haven, four at $2,100 each;