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2 SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sues. I. Ch. 1. 1913. rupectively, imtil the end of the Hscal year nineteen hundred and fourteen, namel : . Secretary of Labor, at the rate of $12,000 per annuméorlssistant Secretary of Labor at the rate of $5,000 per annum; hcitor of the Department of ilustice for the Department of Labor, at the rate of $5,000 per annum· chief clerk, at the rate of $3,000 per annum; disbursing clerk, at the rate of $3,000 per annum; private secretary to the Secretary, at the rate of $2,500 per annum; confidential cler to the Secretary, at the rate of $1,800 per annum; and private secretary to the Assistant Secretativ, at the rate of $2,100 per annum; in all, $42,300, or so much thereo as may be necessary. A¤1¤¤x¤f¤¤¤¤¤ W All appro riations made for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and

 fourteen and balances, after March fourth, nmeteen hundred and

"'§»‘},‘§_‘,., ,,,, 5,,, -,,,,,_ thirteen, of appropriations made for the Escal year nineteen hundred M ` andthi:rteen,to therwithalla pro tionsmadeortobemadem P°°°’°‘ M the sundry civifiippropriation got for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and fourteen, for the bureaus, offices, or other divisions of whatever designation or character, transferred from the Department of Commerce and Labor to the Department of Labor, under the Act a roved March fourth, nineteen hundred and thirteen, shall be availallse for e diture in and by the Deiiartment of Labor, and shall be treate§)tllhe same as though said ranches of the public service had been directly named in the laws making said appropriations as pargstrg tlée Department of L8l)0l;fL1lld01' tlae cgniurecuoprpl the ausmémaxpmi Secretary o e artment: , at as gen

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lhhleous expenses, the amounts that be transferred hereunder, except where the same are specifically fixed by law, shall in the case of each bureau office, or other division be not less than the ave e amount expended on account of or allotted for expenditure to diggin of the same during the fiscal years nineteen hundred and twelve and nineteen hundred and thirteen. _g"’*;_¥*:;g;{¤$,¤1g‘,g,¤; The Secretary of Commerce is authorized and directed, as soon as Demnmaniaof com- mai be practicable, to transfer to the Department of Labor all chiefs ”‘”'°°““ "°" of ’vision, assistant chiefs of division, erks, messengers, assistant messe ers, watchmen, charwomen, laborers, or others now employed in thendivisions of his office who were, up to March fourth, nineteen hundred and thirteen, wholly engaged upon the work relating to the business of the bureaus and offices of the Department of Commerce and Labor transferred to the De artment o Labor under the Act of March fourth, nineteen hundredp and thirteen; and in proportion to the number of persons in the divisions of his office whose time and labor were partially devoted to the work of said bureaus and offices he shall transfer approximately an e uivalent number of clerks and other employees to said Department dl Labor, and the appropriations made for the compensation of all lpersons transferred hereunder shall _ be credited to an disbursed by the Department of Labor. ,,,·'¥,§‘XfTf‘,,.,§§,?_§f“‘“‘°° ‘° _The Secretary of Labor shall submit to Congress, for the Hscal year nineteen hundred and Efteen, and annually thereafter, estimates in detail for all personal services and for all general and miscellaneous expenses for the Department of Labor. rum cmu. THE PANAMA. CANAL. Ioxuwlreceiveddur- · . hg tm ,.,,,, M ,,,,_ Sec. 2. That during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and fourteen _§g{,,mg¤g,vL*;;m;;& all moneys received bg the Isthmian Canal Commission, or the gov; ¤¤}?um_ emor of the Panama anal, from any services rendered or materials and supphes furmshed employees, the Panama Railroad Company, the Canal Zone government, the Panama Government, and other departments of the United States Government, from hotel and hospital