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NEW OFFICES CREATED AND OFFICES OMITTED, ETC.-Continued.

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DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR-Continued.

Chief statistician, who shall also perform the duties of chief clerk .. 1
Special agents, at $1,800 each

2
Chief clerk
Special agents, at $1,400 each
Total, Bureau of Labor....

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THE CENSUS OFFICE.
Clerks of class 2, at $1,400 each

9 Skilled laborers, at $720 each

11
Clerks, at $1,000 each ...
Clerks, at $900 each..
Unskilled laborers, at $720 each..
Charwomen, at $240 each...
Total, The Census Office...

BUREAU OF STATISTICS.
Clerk of class 3....

1
Statistical clerk
Clerk of class 4...
Clerk, expert on foreign statistics and languages.
Clerks of class 1, at $1,200 each
Translator
Clerk
Assistant messengers, at $720 each.
Laborers, at $660 each...
Total, Bureau of Statistics .....

1 OFFICE OF SUPERVISING INSPECTOR-GENERAL, STEAMBOAT-INSPECTION

SERVICE. Clerk (file clerk and stenographer)......

1

Messenger..

Laborer

Total, Bureau of Navigation.....

BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION.
Clerks of class 2, at $1,400 each..

Clerk of class 1...
Total, Bureau of Immigration.....

BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION.
The designation of the Bureau of Immigration in the Department

of Commerce and Labor is changed to the " Bureau of Immigration and Naturalization" (act, June 29, 1906, p. 674)... The Secretary of Commerce and Labor shall provide the Bureau with such additional furnished offices within the city of Washington, such books of record and facilities, and such additional assistants, clerks, stenographers, typewriters, and other employees as may be necessary for the proper discharge of the duties imposed by law upon such Bureau, fixing the compensation of such additional employees until July 1, 1907, within the appropriations made for that purpose (act, June 29, 1906, sec. 2, p. 675)...

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NEW OFFICES CREATED AND OFFICES OMITTED, ETC.-Continued.

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The clerks of the circuit and district courts for the eastern district

of Tennessee may reside and keep their offices, respectively, in either the city of Knoxville, Chattanooga, or Greeneville, and shall appoint deputies to reside and keep their offices in each of the above-named cities other than the one in which said clerks shall respectively reside and keep their offices; the said deputy clerks shall

, in the absence of their principals, do and perform all the duties appertaining to their offices, respectively (act, June 18, 1906, p. 659).

WESTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS.

The clerks of the circuit and district courts of the western district

of Texas shall maintain an office, in charge of themselves or a deputy, at the city of Del Rio, Tex., which shall be kept open at all times for the transaction of business (act, June 9, 1906, p. 659)...

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Inspector...
Clerk of class 2.
Clerk of class 1
The Secretary of Agriculture is authorized to make such appoint-

ments, promotions, and changes in salaries, to be paid out of the
lump funds of the several bureaus, divisions, and offices of the
Department as may be for the best interests of the service: Pro-
vided, That the maximum salary of any classified scientific inves-
tigator in the city of Washington, or other employee engaged in
scientific work, shall not exceed $3,000 per annum. And the
Secretary of Agriculture is authorized and directed to pay the
salary of each employee from the roll of the bureau, independent
division, or office in which the employee is working, and no other:
Provided, however, That details may be made from or to the Office
of the Secretary when necessary and the services of the person
whom it is proposed to detail are not required in that office; and
he is further authorized and directed to submit to Congress each
year a statement covering all appointments, promotions, or other
changes made in the salaries paid from lump funds, giving in each
case the title, salary, and amount of such change or changes, to-
gether with reasons therefor: Prorided further, That all classified
laborers whose positions were transferred from the lump funds to
the statutory rolls by the act making appropriations for the De-
partment of Agriculture approved March 3, 1905, and who were
by the last clause of that act placed in the classified service with-
out further examination in the grades and at the rates of compen-
sation provided in said act, are made eligible for promotion
without further examination.

Total, Office of the Secretary, specific..

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4,600.00

WEATHER BOREAL'.

Cierk of class 4..
Clerk of class 1
Clerk...
Clerk.

1
1
1

1,800.00
1,200.00
1,000.00

900.00

NEW OFFICES CREATED AND OFFICES OMITTED, ETC.-Continued.

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Electrician
For professors of meteorology, inspectors, district forecasters, local

forecasters, section directors, research observers, observers, assist-
ant observers, operators, repair men, station agents, messengers,
messenger boys, laborers, and other necessary employees, for
duty in the United States, in the West Indies or on adjacent
coasts, in the Hawaiian Islands, and in Bermuda, the appropri-
ation is increased from $531,550 for 1906, to $541,550 for 1907-an
increase of $10,000...

Chief of division of supplies...
Batteryman...

Total, Weather Bureau, specific .....

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BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY.
Clerk of class 4...
For compensation of inspectors to be appointed by the Secretary of

Agriculture for the inspection of cattle, sheep, swine, and goats
and the meat and meat food products thereof which enter into
interstate or foreign commerce and for all expenses necessary to
carry into effect the provisions of the Agricultural appropriation
act for 1907 relating to meat inspection, including rent and the
employment of labor in Washington and elsewhere, for each year
there is permanently appropriated the sum of $3,000,000. And
the Secretary of Agriculture is required, in his annual estimates
to Congress, to submit a statement in detail, showing the number
of persons employed in such inspections and the salary or per
diem paid to each, together with the contingent expenses of such
inspectors and where they have been and are employed....

Total, Bureau of Animal Industry, specific....

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FOREST SERVICE.

Clerk of class 4
Clerk of class 3.
Clerks of class 2, at $1,400 each
Clerks, at $1,100 each
Clerk
Clerks, at $800 each
Clerks, at $700 each.
Draftsmen, at $1,400 each.

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1
2
7
1
15
20
2

1,800.00 1, 600.00 2,800.00 7, 700.00

900.00 12,000.00 14,000.00 2, 800.00

NEW OFFICES CREATED AND OFFICES OMITTED, ETC.—Continued.

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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE—Continued.

FCREST SERVICE-continued.
Draftsmen, at $1,000
Artist..
Photographer
Messenger
Messengers, at $700 each
Messengers, at $400 each
Carpenter
Watchman

Chief of division of records
Clerk ....
Clerk
Clerks, at $720 each
Clerks, at $600 each
Clerks, at $480 each
Computer
Draftsman
Computer
Total, Forest Service ....

BUREAU OF CHEMISTRY.
Property clerk
Assistant property clerk
Clerk of class 1
Messenger or laborer
Total, Bureau of Chemistry ..

BUREAU OF SOILS.
Clerk of class 4

BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY.
Clerk of class 1...
Clerks, at $1,000 each
Messenger

Clerk

Total, Bureau of Entomology

DIVISION OF PUBLICATIONS.
Assistant in charge of indexing....
Assistant in charge of illustrations.
Clerk of class 1
Clerks, at $1,000 each
Folder
Clerks, at $840 each
Photographer
Skilled laborer.

Assistant editor
Engraver
Folders, at $600 each
Clerks, at $720 each
Clerks, at $600 each
Assistant photographer
Skilled laborer...

Total, Division of Publications

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