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srxrrsrnrnn coiwennss. sm. III. Ga. 144. 1915. 1111 materials, and for furnishing expert advice on road building and maintenance, $145,000; For investigations of the chemical and physical character of road t.°';,°;;8*°¤*·°°°~»i¤v¤¤- materials, $34,820; isa ' For conducting field experiments and various methods of road con- otfhld °*P**i=¤¤¤*¤· struction and maintenance, and investigations concerning various ` road materials and fpreplarations; for investigating and developing equipment intended or the preparation and application of bituminous and other binders; for the purchase of materials and equi ment; for the employment of assistants and labor; for the erection oi) buildings; such experimental work to be confined as nearly as possible to one point during the fiscal year, $60,000; _ For investigating and reporting upon the utilization of water ,,,,i,§,'{“°i°“ "‘"'°“' m farm irrigation, including the best methods to aplply in practice; the different kinds of power and appliances, and the deve opment of equiplment for farm irrigation; the flow of water in ditches, pipes, and other conduits; the duty, apportionment, and measurement of _ irrigation water; the customs, rqgulations, and laws affecting irrigation; for the fpurchase and insta ation of equipment for experimental purposes; or the giving of expert advice and assistance; for the preparation and illustration of reports and bulletins on irrigation; for the employment of assistants and labor in the city of Washington and elsewhere; for rent outside of the District of Columbia; and for supplies and all necessary expenses, $106,400; For investigating and reporting upon farm drainage and upon the ,,,2,¥"‘$',,,*,;,*,‘{,$"¥,;;•;j drainage of swamp and other wet ands which may be made available '¤¤d¤· for a.gr1cultr1ral(§.:.urposes; for reparing plans for the removal of surplus water by ain , and for giving expert assistance by advice or otherwise in theaifuinage of such lands; for conducting field experiments and investigations concerning the construction and maintenance of farm drainage work; for invwtigating and developing equipment intended for the construction and maintenance of arm drainage structures- for the purchase of materials and equipment; and for preparing and illustrating reports and bulletins on drain e; and for the em loyment of assistants and labor in the city of Wasbgiufton and elsewlIiere· for rent outside the District of Coumbia, an for su lies and all necessary ex enses, $96,280; Fiir investigating farm dbmestic water supgy and drainage w,f,g‘§’§up§,§P},,$,?"° disposal, the construction of farm buildings and o er rural engineering problems involving mechanical principles, including the employ- ment of labor in the city of Washington and elsewhere, supplies, and all other necess expenses, $12,805; For general trative expenses connected with the above- ,,,,’,§g*,?§¥‘“‘°""*'° °" mentioned lines of investigations and experiments, $12,600; In all, for general exlgenses, $510,505. Total for Office of Pu lic Roads and Rural Engineering, $586,465. OFFICE OF MARKETS AND RURAL ORGANIZATION. O3§',,,k,‘§,'§,,,'§,“{‘,,,,I,§,_“"" Saraams, Orrrcr; or Manxnrs Aim RURAL Onoamzarronz One S°'“"°" chief clerk, $2,000; four clerks, class four; five clerks, class three; nine clerks, class two; ten clerks, class one; five clerks, at $1 000 each; one laboratory aid, $900; two clerks, at $900 each; one laboratory aid, $720; two laboratory aids, at $600 each; one ma tracer, $720; one map tracer, $600; two messenger boys, at $600 eaclh; one laborer, $540; four messenger be , at $480 each; in all, $56,400. mmm, mm GENERAL Exrnivsns, grirrcn or Manxms Arm RURAL Osoamza- °“°° ·rroN: For salaries and the employment of labor in the city of Washington and elsewhere, furniture, supplies, traveling expenses, rent outside of the District of Columbia, and all other expenses necessary