I 100 FIFTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 1007. 1903. For chart correctors, buoy colorists, stenographers, writers, typewriters, and copyists, namely: For two, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; For three, at nine hundred dollars each; For one, at eight hundred dollars; For nine, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; For one, at si; hundred dollars;h d f 1 For to ra ic an dro ra ic ra tsmen, name y: For ongljgat Fwo thousalnd fdrurlhundred dollars; For one, at two thousand two hundred dollars; For two, at two thousand dollars each; For three, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; For two, at one thousand six {hundred dollars each; For two, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; For one, at one thousand two hundred dollars; For three, at one thousand dollars each; For two, at nine hundred dollars each; For one, at seven hundred dollars; . For astronomical, geodetic, tidal, and miscellaneous computers, namely: For two, at two thousand dollars each; For one, at one thousand eight hundred dollars; For four, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; For one, at one thousand four hundred dollars; For one, at one thousand two hundred dollars; §or eight, atilpne thousand dollar? each; or co te en ters, name : For thedgrsilz two t%d dollarsyeach; For two, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; For two, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; For one, at one thousand four hundred dollars; For two, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; For two, at one thousand dollars each; For four, at nine hundred dollars each; For one, at seven hundred dollars; For electrotypers and photographers, plate printers and their helpers, instrument makers, carpenters, engineer, and other skilled laborers. namely: For two, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; For one, at one thousand six hundred dollars; For ten, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; For tive, at one thousand dollars each; For two, at nine hundred dollars each; For six, at seven hundred dollars each; For watchmen, firemen, messengers and laborers, namely: For three, at eight hundred and eighty dollars each; For four, at eigdit hundred and twenty dollars each; For two, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; For two, at seven hundred dollars each; For two, at six hundred and forty dollars each; For four, at six hundred and thirty dollars each; For three, at five hundred and fifty dollars each; For two, at three hundred and sixty-five dollars each; in all, one hundred and fifty-five thousand five hundred and twenty dollars. OHM *¤P€¤¤¤=· Orrron nxrunsresz For the urchase of new instruments, for mate- , rials and supplies required in dhe instrument shop, carpenter shop, and drawing division, and for books, maps, charts, and subscri tions; for copper plates, chart paper, printer’s ink, copper, zinc, anal) chemicals for electrotyping and photographing; engraving, printing, photographing, and electrotyping supplies; an for photolithographing

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