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894 SIXTY·THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. III. CHS. 79, 80. 1915. ¥¤Sv¤¤¤>* ¤¤*¢¤ im- "No ins actor or su ervisin ins actor receiving information from ¥’r°§1°,S°m°°°fU1f°m°` a licensed lifiicer who ig emplo§ed dir any vessel as to defects in such vessel, or her equipments, boilers, or machinery, or that any provision of this title is being violated, shall impart the name of such licensed officer, or the source of his information, to any person other than his superiors in the Steamboat-Inspection Service. Any inspector or supervisin inspector violating this provision shall be subject to dismissal fiom the service.

 M N; "SEc. 4449. That if any licensed officer shall, to the hindrance of

iiiimierommmper- commerce, wrongfully or unreasonably refuse to perform his official '°’,{'}§Ff*§,,",§},‘l‘}§,f§j§,§‘{; duties after having signed articles or while employed on any vessel as ¤¤{,¤:ld<g- um authorized Ely the terms of his certificate of license, or if any pilot or ° ’p' engineer sh refuse to admit into the pilot house or engine room any person whom the master or owner of the vessel may esire to place there for the purpose of learning the profession, his license sha be revoked or suspended upon the same proceeding? as are provided .in other cases of revocation or suspension of such `cense." mglaegmming lm ’°· Sec. 2. That all laws or parts of laws in conflict with this Act are ` hereby repealed. Approved, March 3, 1915. u°'°h 3»m5· CKAIP. .—An Ma1¤ appropriations to rovido for the e uses of the

 governmenggf the Dxiglxict of llil:)nbi)a for the figral yew ending .l¥1l:e thirtieth,

[P¤bii<=. N¤· 268-} nineteen hundred and sixteen, and for other purposes. · Be it enacted by the Senate and House <%fl2epresentatives <g’ the United _pD*¤**;gt<g,[u$$°"*¤b** States of Amer·£ca. in Congress assembled, at one half of the following gill) from bismct sums, respectively, is appro riated, out of any money in the Treasury '“°“““‘ not otherwise ap ro mated? and the other half out of the revenues of the District ofpCol)umbia, in full for the following expenses of the overnment of the District of Columbia for the fiscal year ending guns thirtieth, nineteen hundred and sixteen, namely: Joint ceugnssirmi That a joint select committee shall be appointed, consisting of §§,,'§‘§‘,K§°$I,'§§§,'§°,§ three Senators, to be named by the Presiding Officer of the Senate, ¤P°¤=¤¤· and three Members of the House, to be named by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, whose duty it shall be to prepare and submit to Congress a statement of the proper gioportion of the expenses of the government of the District of lumbia, or an branch thereof, including interest on the funded debt, which shah be bome by said District and the United States, respectively, to ether E¤P·¤=°¤- with the reasons u on which their conclusions may be basaci and in discharge of the d)uty hereby imposed said committee is authorized to employ such assistance as it may deem advisable, at an expense not to exceed the sum of $5,000; and said sum, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be, and the same is hereby, appropriated for girgvgghubmmom that purpose: Provided, That the report of said committee shall be submitted to the Congress not later than the first day of January, nineteen hundred and sixteen. ¤·¤¤r¤1¤¤z>¤¤¤<>¤- GENERAL EXPENSES. §,§f§‘}§‘§;°§,‘f,‘§;¤,s_ Exnctrrrvn Orrrcm: Two commissioners, at $5,000 each; engineer ¤*<>¤¤=·¤¤>· commissioner, so much as may be necessary (to make salary $5,000); secretary, $2,400; assistant secretaries to commissioners—three at $1,600 each; clerks—one $1,500, one $1,400, three at $1,200 each, one (who shall be a stenographer and typewriter) $1,200, one $840, two at $720 each; messengers—two at $600 each; stenographer and typewriter, $840;