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502 SIXTY—'1’HIRD CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 141. 1914. salaries of employees in W not exweding $7,150, traveling and subsisteniie lnxpensesklpurc and exchange of mstruments, technical books, andth cgther rtems and necessary e notincuein eo `, , . __ _ °"“‘°“°° °°"""‘ gunman or Smnnaans: r, $6,000; phisrcnsts-—chief $4,800, one qualified in optics $3,600, two at $3,600 eac , one $3,000; associate physicists-—th;r·ee at $2,700 each, four at $2,500 each, four at $2,200 each, five at $2,000 each; assmtant phys1c1sts——nine at $1,800 each, eleven at $1,600 each, fourteen at 1,400 each; chemiste—chief $4,800, one $3,500; associate chemists·—one_$2,700, two at $2,500 each, one $2,200, one $2,000; assistant chem1sts—two at $1,800 each, three at $1,600 each, two at $1,400 each; laboratory asshta.nts—sixteen at $1,200 each, thirteen at $1,000 each, thirteen at $900 each; laboratory helpers-one $840, three at $720 each; aids-——ten at $720 each, seven at $600 each; laboratory apprent1ces—— six at $540 each, six at $480 each; secretaniy, $2,200; storekeeper, $1,000; librarian, $1,600· clerks—-one of class our, one of class three, two of class two, four of class one, four at $1,000 each, four at $900 each, two at $720 each; telephone operator, $720; omce apprenticestwo at $540 each, two at $480_each, three at $360 each; o elevator boys, at $360 each; mech of $1,800, one $1,600, one $1,500, one $1,400, three at $1,200 each, four at $1,000 each, one $900; shopoapprentices-—one $540, two at $480 each; four watchmenskilled w workers—two at $1,000 each, one $840; .five laborers, at $720 each; draftsman, $1 200; photographer, $1 200; packer, $840; messenger; superintendent of mechanical plant, $2,500; amistant engineers-one $1,500, two at $1,200 each, one $1,000, one $900; pipefitter, $1,000; four firemen; glass blower, $1,400; glassworker, $1,400; electrrc1ans—one $1,200, one $900; six laborers; jamtors———two at $660 each, one $600; two female laborers, at $360 each; in all, $293,500. tg;·¤¤¢*¤¤¤f¤¤P*¤¤- Apprentices in the B1u·eau of Standards may be promoted after ` satisfactory apprenticeship, with the approval of the Civil Service Cornmhsrqn, to positions corresponding to the journeyman grades for _ which their duties lognlially prepare them without regard to a por- §',°,'Q’;°;,m,m_ tionment: Prmnded, at they thus acquire no rights to transiiar to Mmmm om ot}.I:`er lines of work. bin is d pa., _ ora aratrrs, mac , too , an a liancesusedineonueetiou P with builldings or work oirirhe bureau, labiiratory supplies, materials and supplies used in the construction of apparatus, machinery, or other appliances, mcluding their exchange; piping, wiring, and construction mcident to the installation of ap uatus, machinery, or ap-

 fmmture for laboratories and o&ces, cases for apparatus,

R’*’“‘”·°*°· Flor repairs and necess alterations to building' 000 gyxgensam For fuel for_ heat, power; office e fngzee, stationery, books and periodicals subscriptions to may be paid m _ advance); traveling expenses (including expenses of attendance upon meeting of techmcal and professional societies when required in connection with standardization, tes , or other official work of the bureau); street-car tickets not exctgxing $100; expenses of the visitmgggggpépagrgé mg committee; expenses of attendance of American member at the g.,.,.m_ meeting of the_Inte:rnational Committee of Weights and Mgasmey and cont encies of all kinds, $27,000. ’ °”°°’¤¤°¤¤¢•~ For grii1£ng, construction of roads and walks, piping grounds {0;- water supply, lamps, wmng for hghting purposes, and other expenses _ _ mcrdent to the rmtprovement and care o grounds, $6,()0()_ mE,;§{g°°'g •¥•<>¤··¤ _ To investigate e d&l1g8l'S_li0 life angpsroperty due to the transmission of electric currents at high poten _, and the precautions to be taken and the best methods of constructmn, installation, and opera-