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SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Srss. II. Ch. 141. 1914. 487 two, one $1,300, three of class one, one $1,100, five at $1,000 each; three copyists; two copyists, at $840 each; assistant messenger; ?1§en3g§§0boys—two at $600 each, two at $400 each; laborer; in · 3 , . The services of clerks, draftsmen, and such other technical services ,,,'§°"“‘°°‘*°‘°·*’°"" as the Secretary of the Navy may deem necessary may be employed only in the Bureau of Ordnance, and at rates of com nsation not exceeding those paid hereunder prior to January Eprgt, nineteen hundred and thirteen, to carry into effect the various appropriations for "Increase of the Navy" and "Ordnance and ordnance stores"_ to aid from the approiplriation "Ordnance and ordnance stores": Promded, That the expen `tures on this account for the fscal year mm. nineteen hundred and fifteen shall not exceed $13,083.76. A state- L“""·°‘°· ment of the persons employed hereunder, their duties, and the compensation pard to each, shall be made to Congress each year in the annual estimates. Bmw of Su me Brnrnau or SUPPLIES nm Accomrrs: Civilian assistant, $2,500; maimma. pp two chief bookkeepers, at $2,000 each; clerks-—four of class four, eight of class three, seven of class two, fifteen of class one, ten at $1,100 each, twenty-eight at $1,000 each, twelve at $900 each; two coayists, at $840 each; five assistant messengers messenger begs- ee at $600 each, three at $400 each; laborer; m all, $113,040. _ _ Uanan or- Mmaronm arm Sunemzr: Chief clerk, $2,250; clerks- ,,£‘§;‘,,f¥,‘;l_"°"‘°‘“° two of class four, one of class three, two of class two, one of class one, two at $1,100 each, three at $1,000 each; copyist $840; assistant

laborer; naval dispensary—-driver $600, laborer $480; in

,95 . BUREAU or Ynms nm Dooxs: Chief clerk, $2,250; clerks—one D§§",,’§,€““°’Y’2"“°”‘* and draftsman $1,800, one of class three, one of class two, two of class one, one $1,100, six at $1,000 each; assistant messenger; three messenger boys, at $600 each; two laborers; in all, $20,390. The services of skilled draftsmen and such other technical services 'F¤¤¤¤¤<=¤ ¤¤¤i·>·¤~ as the Secretary of the Navy mag deem necessa.ry may be employed only in the Bureau of Yards and ocks to car? into effect the various appropriations and allotments thereunder an be paid from such approprratrons and allotments: Provided, That the egpenditures on this account for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and teen shall not ex- ’ ' , ceed $50,000. A statement of the persons employgd hereunder-, their duties, and the compensatron pard to each, shall made to Congress each year in the annual estimates. Drvrsron or- Nayar. Mrurr.4 Antares: For the following now au- s,_§,’}"*' ***1**** DM thorized by section seventeen of the Naval Militia Act approved Febmary sixteenth, nineteen hundred and fourteen, namely: Chief clerk, §‘§{,’j“;,_ m $1,600; clerks-one of class two, two of class one, one at $1,100, one at $1,000; messenger boy, $600; rn all, $8,100. _ _ _ For miscellaneous ex eases of the Drvrsron of Naval Mihtra Affairs, “"°°“°“°°“’· including stationery, lurniture, office equipment, postaige,_ writers and exchange of same, and necessary printing an bm _ g, 4¤a,p.so¤. $2,600, which sum, together with the foregoing amount for salaries, shall bf/nplaid from the appropriation for "Armrng and equipping Naval `tia" for the fiscal) year nineteen hundred and fifteen, an no other or further sums shall be exppnded from said appropriation for or on account of said Division of aval Militia AEan·s during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and fifteen. Coxrmonnr Exrnrrsnsz For professional and technical books and °°“"““°"‘°‘¥’°““°‘ periodicals, law books, and necessary reference books, mcluding city directories, railway gmdes, freight, passenger, and express tanil books, fori? department hbr;u·y,_$2,000. dr _ dr _ or stationery, urm ure, newspapers plans, aw1r:§_ , awmg materials, horses and wagons to be used only for offic purposes,