Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 43 Part 1.djvu/1077

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1046 SIXTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Srss. II. C11. 364. 1925. relative rank with officers of the Navy, including onedirector with relative rank of captain, two hydrographic and geodetic engineers with relative rank of captain, seven hydrographic and geodetic engineers with relative rank of commander, nine ydrographic and geodetic engineers with relative rank of lieutenant commander, thirty- eight hydrographic and geodetic engineers with relative rank of lieutenant, fifty-five junior hydrographic and geodetrc engineers with relative rank of lieutenant (jrmior grade), twenty-nine aids with rela- _ five rank of ensign, and including officers retired in accordance with g`§_Z§{§',;,d;,,ct0,_ existing law, $500,000: Provided, That_ the Secretary of Commerce may designate one of the hydrographrc and geodetic engineers to s,§c;°'1°“(;*g'}’g‘,°,“;f_’h¥f1s fg act as assistant director: Provqded further, That ohicers of the Coast Gcvemmemt - owned and Geodetic Survey performing travel by Government—owned ves- "“°°L sels for which no transportation fare is charged shall only be entitled to reimbursement of actual and necessary expensw incurred. 0m°°°°”°°°°L Office force: For personal services in the District of Columbia in mw accordance with the Classification Act of 1923, $410,000. Oiliceexpenses: For_ purchase of new instruments (except surveying instruments), including their exchange, materials, eqilnpment, and supplies required in the instrument shop, carpenter s o , and drawin division; books, scientific and technical books, journalg, books of reierence, maps, charts, and subscriptions; copper plates, chart paper, printer’s ink, copper, zinc, and chemicals for electrotyping and photographing; engraymg, printing, photographing, and e ectrotyping supphes; photolithographing charts and printing from stone and copper for immediate use; stationery for office and field parties; transportation of mstruments and supplies when not charged to party expenses; office wagon and horses or automobile truck ;_ heating, lighting, and_power; telephones, including operation of switchboard; telegrams, 1ce, and washm ; office furniture, repairs, traveling expenses of officers and oéiers employed in the office sent on special duty in the service of the office; miscellaneous Submmm m0w_ expenses, contingenciesof all kinds, $62,100. _ smsmmma. Appropriations herein made for the Coast and Geodetic Survey shal not be available for allowance to civilian or other officers for subsistence while on dut at Washington (except as hereinbefore provided for officers of the field force ordered to Washington for short periods for consultation with the director), except as now pro- F“"°"‘°“ B“'°°“‘· vided y hw. amzmu or rrsmmrns ,,§,,'f,"§,’,§‘,,,",§‘*,,‘§§f,§’T· °“" Commissioner’s Office: For the Commissioner and other personal gervices An th; Distr¥t of Columbia in accordance with the Classication ct 0 1923, . 160,360. ,§“’ °'“°m °”°"’°" For pay of employees in the field, as follows: Alaska service, $47,210; employees at large, $39,450; distribution (car) employees, $33,600; employees at fish cultural stations, $252,500; employees fish rescue station, Mississippi River Valley, $19,600; employees at vmds biological stations, $39,000; in all, $431,360. °'“"'°’°°* For pay of officers and employees for the steamers Gannet, Alaska mmm V Halcyon, and Phalarope, $34,230. _ · selS_ “‘ For oiEcers•and crew of vessels for Alaska fisheries service, $47 ,7 90, pe=!*g;¤i¤i¤¢r¤¤¤¤ H- _ Administration: For expenses of the office of the commissioner, ' including stationery, scientific and reference books, periodicals and newspapers for library, furniture and equipment, telegraph and telep one service, compensation of tempora employees, and all Pm E other necessary expenses connected therewith,%,900. pm °°°“’°”“"‘ _ Propagation of food fishes: For maintenance, repair, alteration, improvement, equipment, and operation of iish-cultural stations, general propagation of food fishes and their distribution, including