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1028 SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. IH. Ch. 141. 1915. T°°h¤’°*“ *°"*°°¤· The services of draftsmen and such other technical services as the Secretary of the Navy may deem necessary may be employed only in the Bureau of Construction and Reipair and at rates 0 compensation not exceeding those paid hereun er prior to January first, nineteen hundred and fourteen, to carry into effect the various appropriations for "Increase of the Navy’ and "Construction and epa1r," to be égaid from the applropriation ‘_‘Construction and Relpair": f;u*•¤- Prwid , That the exlpen °tures on this account for the iisc year ' nineteen hundred an sixteen shall not exceed $88,300. A statement of the persons emplgggd herenmder, their duties, and the clqmpensatiion paid to eac ll be made to Congress each year in t e annua estimates. B“'°°“°‘°'d”““°°· Bpnrzsnl q1r;`a?nmNaNom:dChief clerk, :2,250; gggpance engineer, mee anica tsman, an computer, 3,000; tsman, $1,800; assistant draftsman, $1,400; clerks—two of class three, two of class two, one $1,300, three of one, one $1,100, five at $1,000 each; three copyists; two copynsts, at $840 each; assistant messenger; gnessepger boys-two at $600 each, two at $400 each; laborer; in all, 33,2 0. '*`°°‘““°"°°"‘°°’· The services of clerks draftsmen, and such other technical services as the Secretary of the Navy may deem necessary may be employed only in the Bureau of Ordnance, at rates of compensation not exceedmig those paid hereunder prior to January first, nineteen hundred an fourteen, to carry mto effect the vanous appropriations for "Iracr§e of tghe Navy" "Qrdnance and orélnance stores" to be ai in e appropna on ‘Ordnance an nce atores": f',,':‘,'{j’;,,_ gymiided, That the expenditures on this account for the fiscal year nmeteen hundred and sixteen shall not exceed $13,283.76. A statement the persons employed hereunder, their duties, and the compensaitiiontpmdtalgo each, shall be made to Congress each year in the annu es una . ugeigagugrmsuppnm punmu or Surruns nm Aooomvrs: Civilian assistant, $2,500; chief accountant, $2,250 (formerly chief clerk, Bureau of Equipment); two chief bookkeepers, at $2,000 each; clerks-—four of class four, eight of class three, seven of class two, fifteen of class one, ten at $1,1Q0tSeacltr,$gv;;ia)nty-<i:11gl&t at $1,000 teach, twelve at $900 cmg; two copyis , a eac ; ve assns an messengers; messenger ye. ° three at $600 each, three at $400 each; laborer; in all, $115,290. mggm M¤<¤¤¤¤• Bonne or Mnnrcmr: AND Smzemzr: Chief clerk, $2,250; clerkstwo of class four, one of class three, two of class two, one of class one, two at $1,100 each; three at $1,000 each; copyist, $840; assistant mes3{angg;9§)borer; naval d1spensary—dr1ver $600, laborer, $480; in , , . Dy°·é¤¤¤¢Y¤¤¤¤•¤¤ Bunmu or Yaans arm Docxs: Chief clerk, $2,250; clerks-one and draftsman $1,800, one of class three one of class two, two of class one, one $1,100, six at $1,000 each; draftsmen——one $1,700 (transferred from Bureau of Equ.1pment)· one for work in connection with depots for coal, $1,200 (transferred from Bureau of Equipment); {a:s$§ax;g§n;s·%enger; three messenger boys, at $600 each; two laborers; Y I ° T•¤h¤i¤¤1w’viccs· The services of skilled draftsmen and such other technical services as the Secretary of the NSE may deem necessary_may be em loyed only m the Bureau of Y an Docks to carry into effect the various appropriations and allotments thereunder and be paid from me 2?.°i3.?.P£c'§§.'1¥§°%?£?d‘2‘}i;2"£‘“°““?P€°"“§“’ “r..,·**·*·a°;P°¤di*l,·*:a year mne een un an s` teens not exceed $50,000. A statement of the ersons employeduhereunder, their duties, and the compensation paid) to each, shall be made to Congress each year in the annual estimates.