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1086 SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. III. Crrs. 143, 144. 1915. detention therein, and in addition to such remission may grant those mg<{;°§’;Q;j’ etg°¤*°”‘ who hayle not belen discharlged frorlp the glrmy an hpriplra le rllesplora- ' tion to uty an may authorize the ree stment o ose w 0 ave been discharged or upon their written application to that end order their restoration to the Army to comdplete their respective terms of enlistment, such appilgcatron an order of restoration shall be effective to regrvedthe end tment contract for a period equal to the one not serve un er said contract. Branch disciplinary "8. The Secretary of War may, from time to time, designate any l?,§§?f’§5,,€,‘§,,,lf°,,,‘l‘?"g' building or structure or any part thereof imder the control of the €°°’°t"Zii§’i ll? mt "°"$”?g “£’h“‘° Him $f"Zi1l’.liS.i’L“€§§€- $$.5} ranc crp ary arrac or e co emen 1 ggnnders whom it impracticable to sc-ir1dKto the Uritpld bState§ ` ciplinary Barrac at ort eavenwort , ansas· an ranc disciplinary barracks and all offenders sent thereto Tor confinement and detention therein shall be subject to the laws respecting the United States Disciplinary Barracks at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, aird the offenders sent thereto for confinement and detention . therein. pegieriilmug laws m` Sec. 3. That all laws and parts of laws in conflict with the prop,§§g;§2§"‘ *3***361* visions of this Act are hereby repealed. Approved, March 4, 1915. M h4. - CHAP.144.—AnAtMak1ng` `tio f· th Dpartm tf icul l§icR· for the fiscal year June rliifxetengn lilimdged ind sixetzentl Ag tum Public, N . 293.]

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m,,,§"app,0p,i,,§§m, States of America. m Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and thety] are hereby, appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury of the nited States not otherwise alplpropriated, in full compensation for the fiscal year ending June t tieth, nineteen hundred and sixteen, for the purposes and objects heremafter expressed, namely: DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. s,£gt°‘S§,°,§g§°:;Yét*;§ SALARIES, OFFICE or THE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE: Secretary ’ ’ §f)1;4gnculture, $12130010; lAssistant Secregary of Aigxicultufe, $5,000; `citor $5 000; c ie c erk $3,000 an $500 a ditiona as custodian of buildings; private seizretary to the Secretary of Agriculture, $2,500; stenographer and executive clerk to the Secretary of Agriculture, $2,250; one appointment clerk, $2,000; one chief, supply cllrgpicior, mv division, $2,000; one rnslpector, $2,750; one law clerk, $3,250; one °' ’°°' S’°‘°‘ law clerk, $3,000; three aw clerks, at $2,500 each; nine law clerks, a1t;r$2,250 ezich one law clerk, $12,22g; sixliaw plerlélgs, at $2,000 each; t ee aw c er at $ ,800 eac ; ee w c er at $1,600 each; one expert on exhibits, $3,000; one telegraph and telephone operator, $1,600; one assistant chief clerk and captain of the watch, $1,800; three clerks, class four; ten clerks, class three; thirteen clerks, class two; twenty-one clerks, class one; one auditor, $2,000; one account- _ ant and bookkeeper, $2,000; seven clerks, at $1,000 each; eight m§r;’;,gf*¤°"·°¤8*· clerks, at $900 each; one clerk, $840; fifteen messengers or laborers, at $840 each ;_ eleven assistant messengers or laborers, at $720 each; one chief engineer, $2,000; one assistant chief engineer, $1,400; one assistant engineer, $1,200; two assistant engineers, at $1,000 each; eight firemen,_at $720 each; ten elevator conductors, at $720 each; one construction rnspector, $1,400; one superintendent of shops, $1,400; one cabinet-shop foreman, $1,200; four cabrnetmakers or carpenters, at $1,200 each; two cabmetmakers or carpenters, at $1,100