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534 SIXTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. H. Ch. 185. 1922. ’¤¤°°“°“*°A°*· ENFORCEMENT OF THE INSECTICIDE AUP. sananms. E*¤°¤***•, %m¤¤;¤,g*· Executive officer, $2,750; executive assistant, $2,000; clerks- ' ’ one of class four, two of class two, three of class one, two at $1,140 each; live insecticide and fungicide inspectors, at $1,600 each; sample and storeroom custodian, $1,200; laboratory helpers—one $1,200, one $840, one $720, one $600; two laborers, at $720 each; memenger boys—two at $480 each, one $360; two charwomen, at $480 each; in all, $31,510. G¤¤¤r•¤¤1>¤¤¤- ommnu. mxrmnsns, nnroncmmnwr or rim msnorrcmn scr. °t§°¥¤¤Pl°Y°¤»¤¤PPl*¤=· For salaries and the employment of labor in the city of Wash- ` ington and elsewhere, fnumture, supplies, traveling expenses, rent outside of the District of Columbia, and for all necessary expenses,

    • °'°¤“°¥•'°·°°°-· 0 cna e the of Agric ture to c into e act the

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ieu¤n¤.°°d'°°°"m-provisions of the Act of pril 26, 1910, entitled An Act for prev°l‘3°’P‘3°" venting the manufacture, sale, or transportation of adulterated

or misbranded Paris greens, lead arsenates, other insecticides, and also fungicides, an for regulating traffic therein, and for other pu'1iposes," $125,000. otal, enforcement of the Insecticide Act, $156,510. B;§"g{'“¤“““““'“ FEDERAL HORTICUL'I`URAL BOARD. ssnsmss. ”·°*°*·*¥·°’**=·°*°· Secretary er the board, $2,280; two executive clerks en $2,000 each; clerks—two at $1,980 each, four of class four, five of class three, one $1,560, two at $1 500 each, three at $1,440 each, two of class two, two at $1,260 each, eight; of class one; two messengers or laborers at $720 each; messenger ys—one $600, four at $480 each; charwoman, $240; in all, $53,440. Gncumwse. cnunnan mxrnnsns, FEDERAL noivrrcurxruxar. sosnn. “_§”'P'°Y°°'·”’PP“°’· For salaries and the employment of labor in the city of Washington and elsewhere, furniture, supplies, traveling expenses, rent outside of the District of Columbia, and for all other necessary expenses, ¤·=»‘ °Si·°H°wi{1 hSe fA 'ul · ir h ° mg .‘;“§f;fY oena et e cretaryo gmc ture to ca mtoe ectt e rovipll’l$?3EZrili>lll¤il5Z sions of the Act of August 20, 1912, as amendleld: entitled “An Xct to regulate the importation of nursery stock and other plants and plant products; to enable the Secretary of Agriculture to establish and maintain %uarantine districts for plant diseases and insect pests; to permit an regulate the movement of fruits, plants, and vegetables therefrom, an for other purposes, " $105,850; §f.P,;’;q°F§gl”mS To enable the Secretary of Agriculture to meet the emergen ¤¤¤1¤i¤¤»¤¤g, enc. ’ caused by the establishment of the potato wart in eastern Pennsg vania, and to provide means for the extermination of this disease in _ Pennsylvania, or elsewhere in the United States, in cooperation with the State or States concerned, mcluding rent outside the District of Columbia, employment of labor in the city of Washington or elsewhere, and all other necessary expenses, $25,300; In all, lgeneral expenses, $131,150. Total, ederal Horticultural Board, $184,590.