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1104 SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. III. Cr:. 144. 1915. G¤¤°¤¤ ¤¤,P¤¤·¤· GENERAL Ex1>ENsEs, BUREAU or ENTOMOLOGYZ For the promotion

t °° °l m` of economic entomolo · for investigating the history and the habits

of insects in°urious angiybenehcial to agriculture, hort1cult1n·e, arboriculture, and] the study of insects aEecting the health of man and domestic animals, and ascertaining the best means of destroyiriig those found to be injurious; for collating, digesting, reporting an illustrating the results of such invesf ations; for salaries and the employ- ment of labor in the cit of Vlgashington and elsewhere, rent outside of the District of Columbia, freight, express charges, official travehng expenses, office fixtures, supplies, apparatus, telegraph and telephone service, gas, and electric current, m connection with the foHowmg inves ations: m§;¤i° ¤¤d mt Foiillnvestigations of insects affecting deciduous fruits, orchards, ` vineyards, an_ nuts, $58 ; _ megan ud mage $1¥Lp1g0givest1gations of msects affecting cereal and forage crops, I 2 S°¤*h°*¤“°“*°'°P°· For investigations of insects affecting southern field crops including insects affecting cotton, tobacco, rice, sugar cane, and so forth, an the cigarette beetle and Argentine ant, $59,000; F°’°°** For investigations of msects affecting forests, $54,790· m'f,`gg°g;f;{gj°· °’°’°d For investigations of insects affecting truck crops, including insects aifectmfg the potato, sugar beet, cabbage, omon, tomato, beans, peas, and so orth, and msects affecting stored products, $41,500; B•¤¤j¤1¢¤¤» For investigations in culture, $15,000; , ,,§`p”,,¥,;,"’;*;‘n,,';f‘d ’°*" For investigatwns of msects affecting tropical and subtro ical fruits, includmtg insects affecting the orange, lemon, grapeipruit, I I. EL mango, andso orth, $20,100— _ _ For mvestngations of the Mlediterranean fruit fly, $33,200; w${“*‘“*"‘°“"° For investigations, identification, and systematic classification of miscellaneous insects, including the study of insects affect' the health of man and domestic animals, household insects, aliild the importation and exchange of useful insects, $54,280; G md hmm all, for general expenses, $450,370. aulgda PBEVENTING srsmn or Morris, BUEEAU or Errrouomerz To mqmmum mmsr. enable the Secretary of Aigriculture to meet the emergency caused by the continued spread o the gwsy and brown-tail moths by conductmgssuch experiments as may e necessary to determine the best metho of controlling these insects; oy introducing and establishing the parasites and natural enemies o these insects and colonizing them within the infested territory; by establishing and maintaining a quarantine against further spread in such manner as he shall deem best, in cooperation with the authorities of the different States concerned and with the several State experiment stations, including rent outside of the District of Columbia, the employment of labor m the gitgrocofoyashington and elsewhere, and all other necessary expenses, 3 , . Total for Bureau of Entomology, $829,900. s.E,°;;?¤°‘”"°¤¤* BUREAU or monoercan srmvsr. PW °‘ °¤*¤' °* be Sanmms, Bunmn or Bromoxcar. SUnvEr: One biol t who mm mm' M shall be chief of bureau, $3,500; one chief clerk and execuggrlg assistant, $1,800; one admimstrative assistant, $2,250 ; one financial clerk, $1,600; two clerks class three; three clerks, class two; five clerks, class one; three clerks, at $1,000 each; two clerks, at $900 each; one preparator, $1,200; one messenger, $720; one photographer, $1,300; one game warden, $1,200; one draftsman, $900; two messengers, messenger boys_, or laborers, at $480 each; one laborer, $600; Gm one charwoman, $240; m all, $34,470. ""°“’°“°°· _ Gmmnn. EXPENSES, BUREAU or Bronoorcar, SUnvEr: For salanes and employment of labor in the city of Washington and else-