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830 SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 75. 1915. Si¤=¤· Mem- adjacent thereto, buildings and wharf at Sitka, Alaska, and the Secretary of the Treasruy may, in renting said wharf, require that the lessee shall make all necessary repairs thereto; for care of vacant sites under the control of the Treasury Department, such as necessary fences, filling dangerous holes, cutting grass and weeds, but not for an permanent improvements thereon; for repairs and preservation of not reserved by vendors on sites under the control of the Treasury apartment acquu·ed for public buildings or the enlargement of public b dings, the exflpenditures on this account for the current PWM Escal ear not to exceed teen per centum of the annual rentals of Mmné l§¤¤Pi*¤l¤ such Promklcd That of the sum herein appropriated not £,_‘*"“""""“° Sw exceeding $100,000 may be used for marine hospitals and quarantine Tmmy mmdmgs stations, mcluding wire dpartitions and ily screens for same, and not 1>.c. exceeding $14,000 for e Treasury, Butler, Winder, and Auditors

 °" P"` Buildings at Washington, District 0 Columbia: Provided further, That

this sum shall not be available for the payment of personal services except for work done by contract or for temporary job labor under exigency not exceeding at one time the sum o $100 at any one build- _ . , $750,000. ,,,:§f’h°“'°°l °q"'P` mliechanical Spiipmentz For installation and repair of mechanical m§·¤**¤=» “¢’*“¤g» equipment in completed and occupied public buildings rmder the control of the Treasury Department, including heating, hoisting, plumbing, gas ventilating, vacuum cleaning, and refrigerating apparatus, electric- ht plants, meters, interior pneumatic tube an intercommunicating telephone systems, condmt, wmng, call-bell and signal systems, an for mamtenance and repair of tower clocks- for installation and of mechanical equipment, for any of the foregoing items in b dings not reserved by vendors on sites under the control of the Treasury Department acquir·ed for public buildings or the enlargements of public buildings, the total expenditures on this _ account for the current fiscal year not to exceed ten per centum of the §,'gggg@,mE,,,,d annual rentals of such buildings: Provided, That of the sum herein qum¤ri¤¤s¤~¤i¤¤& appropriated for mechamcal eqrnpment of public buildings, not exceeding $40,000 may be used for marine osprtals and quarantme rresm-y suaamgs. stations and not_exceed1ngv?10,000 for the Treasury, Butler, W`mder, and Auditors Buildings at ashingiton, District of Columbia, but not including the generat plant an its maintenance in the Auditors Building, and not exceuoiging $10,000 for the maintenance, changes in, P¤¤¤¤¤!g°Q¢ avg; and repairs of pneumatic-tube system between the a}ipraisers’ warecrry. ’ house at Greenwich Chnstorgrer, Washington, and arrow Streets and the new customhouse m owling Green, Borough of Manhattan in the city of New York, including repairs to the street pavement and subsurface necessarily mcident to or resultixgrom such maintenance, wgaeggggcg ¤¤ v¤¤· changes, or repairs: rovided further, That sum shall not be avail- ' able or the payment of personal services except for work done by contract, or or temporary job labor under exrgency not exceeding at one time the sum of $100 at any one building, $450,000. V¤¤\¤-¤ wd ¤¤¤•=¤· Vaults and safes: For vaults and l0ck—box equépments and repairs thereto m all completed and occupredepublic burl ings under the control of the Treasury! Department, an for the necessary safe equipments and repairs thereto in all public buildings under the control of the Treasury Department whether completed and occupied or in course of construction, exclusive of personal services except for work done by contract or for temporary job labor under exrgency not G I exceeding at one time the sum of $50 at any one building, $100,000. V§§°g§’ °f'§,,°§§“°‘· Genera expenses: To enable the Secret of the Treasu to exev . . . MY . *7 cute and grye effect to thedprovisrons of section six of the Act of May Addmml S thu-treth, nineteen hundr and eight (Thirty-fifth Statutes, page five ,,m,_.,,,,, m§§§;,,_“' hundred and thirty-seven, part one): For a ditional sal of $1,000 °,g°<=¤¤¤¤¤ ¤*=¤¤<=¤, for the Srépgrvising Architect of the Treasury for the fisegiy year nineteen hun d and sixteen; for one architectural designer, at $6,000