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1208 SIXTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sizss. II. C11. 468. 1925. ,¤§=i¤¤¤g and *>l¤d· For all printing and binding for the State, War, and Navy ' Department Buildings, $2,7 00. Tari£tCommission. TARIFF sa1mes¤¤d¤xpe¤scs. For salaries and expenses of the United States Tariff Commission, including purchase and exchange of labor-saving devices, the purchase of professional and scientific books, law books, books of reference, newspapers and periodicals as may be necessary, as ,2V¤r ggi_r,;,,796& V¤1 authorized under Title VII of the Act entitled "An Act to increase ’pp' the revenue, and for other purposes," approved September 8, 1916, and under sections 315, 316, 317, and 318 oi) the Act entitled “An Act to provide revenue, to regulate commerce with foreign countries, to encourage the industries of the United States, and for_ other purposes," approved September 21, 1922, $712,000, of which amount not to exceed $569,980 may be expended for personal services in the §{,‘{"·,‘;,°;,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,_ District of Columbia: Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be used to pay the salary of any member of the United States Tariff Commission who shall hereafter participate in any proceedings under said sections 315, 316, 317, and 318 of said Act, approved September 21, 1922, wherein he or any member of his family has any special, direct, and pecuniary interest, or in which he has acted as _ _ _ attorney or special representative. P““““‘“"‘"’i"d‘“"‘ For all printing and binding for the Tariff Commission, $9,500. °°°‘“"1“°B°“'°‘ UNITED STATES GEOGRAPHIC BOARD ,,,§%‘{,‘§§"d;‘Q,‘§,'l "'i“t' For stationery and printing and binding, $550. Shipping B°“'d‘ UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD C°"’*‘”l”i°““$‘ For seven commissioners at $12,000 each per annum, $84,000. {}2;Y§B$'p?‘?§§Si?;,]_ For all other expenditures authorized by the Act approved Sep- 41gg;§_§gh Q, ,110,,1,, ed tember 7, 1916, as amended, and by the Act apppoved June 5, 1920, ` including the compensation of a secretary to e board, attorneys, officers, naval architects, special experts, examiners, and clerks, including one admiralty counsel at $10,000 per annum, and one special expert at $8,000 per annum, and other employees in the District of Columbia and elsewhere; and for all other expenses of the board, including the rental of quarters outside the District of Columbia, law books, books of reference, periodicals, and actual and necessary P d. mm expenses of members of the board, its special experts, and other emv$,i,$$5°e¤o, °°°° ployees, or per diem in lieu of subsistence when allowed pursuant to section 13 of the Sundry Civil Appropriation Act approved August 1, 1914, while upon official business away from their designated posts I H ti d_ of duty, and for the employment by contract or otherwise of expert eariiiiyiixorii naiaaiii stenographic reporters for its official reporting work, and including A¥r*°”°°° ,‘?'°· the investigation of foreign discriminatwn against vessels and shipmr§.S€§i°' ° '°°° 1m` pers of the United States and for the investigation of transportation ,, .0 of immigrants in vessels of the United States Shipping Board, riyéieérneuon. $238,000: Provided, That no part of the moneys made available by this Act for the United States Shipping Board or the United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation shall be used to pay to an assistant to a member of the Shipping Board a salary in excess of $6,500 per annum. Pri¤ri¤z¤¤dbi¤di¤s· For all printing and binding for the United States Shipping Board, including all of its bureaus, offices, institutions, and services located in Washington, District of Columbia, and elsewhere, $8,000.