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430 SIXTY·THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. II. Orr. 131. 1914. the best methods for the conservative management of forests and forest lands, $83,728; ·_ _ _ _ °9“¤“*¥=»°¥°··'°°“'°’ For other miscellaneous forest investigations, and for collatmg, °"’“““@"°"" digesting, rec0¤11¤g,muSrmu¤ and can-rbueng the metre of are eriments and investigationsgherein provided for, $:*10,160; Permnnentimrwve- gxgor the construction and maintenance of roads, trails, bridges, fire '“""“‘ lanes, tele hone lines, cabins, fences, and other rmprovements necessary for the pro er and economical administration, protection, and p-wan. development of the national forests $400,000: Provided That no part e,,§,,°°',';‘,f,?§fg_,‘,§S°“ ‘““" of the money herein appropriated shall be used to pay the transporta- ` tion or traveling expenses of any forest officer or agent except he be travelingon business directly connected with the Forest Service an_d in furtherance of the works, aims, and objects jpoecifzled and authorized Articles wr 1>¤ri¤d· in and bythis appropriation: , That no part of im"` a propriation·sll)£l llle paid or us for the purpose of paying for, m wllrole or in part, the preparation or publication of any newspaper or magazine article, but this shall not revent the giving out to all persons without discrimination, incluging neiv-Lsipaper and majazrne gtersbind publishers, of any facts or official ormatron of v ue to e u c; ` Iii) all, for general expenses, $3,243,096. ,{;°*:;°,,*,j*,j‘¤§°°”‘° *1* Notrto exceed fifteen per centum of the total of all sums appro- P P riated under "General expenses, Forest Service/’ may be used rn the discretion of the Secretary of Agriculture as provided above under general for Forest Service for all expenses necessary for the general ` tration of the Forest Service. I ¤¤¤gg‘T§;>*g§*•,g“y¤{g;;,g_· That hereafter all moneys received as contributions toward cooperre ative work in forest investigations, or the protection and improvement spcemr fund mma of the national forests, shall be covered into the Treasury and shall ’“""· constitute a special fund, which is hereby a propriated and made available until expended, as the Secretary of Xgriculture may direct, use estimate. for the payment of the expenses of said investigations, protection, or improvements by the Forest Service, and for refunds to the contributors of amounts heretofore or hereafter paid in by them in excess of their share of the cost of said investigations, protection, or improve- {,’;<;,jggg0b°mde_ ments: Provided, That annual report shall be made to Congress of all inch moneys so received as contributions for such cooperative wor . Total for Forest Service, $5,548,256. ¢¤¤¤¤¤¤r B¤~¤¤· BUREAU OF CHEMISTRY. w;g>;,g;,;¤g{cj>f ¤¤- Sirinms, Bonnie or Cnnmsrnr: One chemist, who shall be chief ’ of bureau, $5,000; one chief clerk, $2,500; two executive clerks, at $2,000 each; seven clerks, class four; eleven clerks, class three; one clerk, $1 440; twelve clerks, class two; one clerk, $1,300; nineteen clerks, class one; thirteen clerks, at $1,020 each; twelve clerks, at $1,000 each; one clerk, $960; twenty-three clerks, at $900 each; one hr3psg;p¢g{2,nm¤nw clerk, $840; one food and drug inspector, $2,500; one food and dr-ug ’ ‘ inspector, $2,250· thirteen food and drug inspectors, at $2 000 each; thirteen food and, drug inspectors, at $1,800 each; one food, and drug inspector, $1,620; eleven ood and drug inspectors, at $1,600 each; four food and drug mslpoectors, at $1,400 each; four laboratory helpers, at $1,200 each· one la ratory helper, $1,020; four laboratory hel rs, at $1,000 each; four laboratory elpgrs, at $960 each; three llllaoratory helpers, at $900 each; six la ratory hel ers, at $840 each; two aboratory helpers, at $780 each; twenty laboratory helpers, messengers, or laborers, at $720 each; two laboratory helpers, messengers, or laborers, at $660 each; twenty-seven laboratory helpers, messenger boys, or laborers, at $600 each; one laboratory assistant,