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STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES 



DEPARTMENT OE AGRICULTURE 



FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 
ENDED JUNE 30 

1907 



Prepared nadei the direcUon of tbe Secretuy of AgrlouUuri 
by A. ZAPPONE. Chid of the Ulvlalon ol AccomiU 
knd DiBbunementa 



WASHINGTON 
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 



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Dbpartuknt of AQRicur.TimE, 
'. :".","■ Orrtct Ob MS Secretary, 

:' '. : •'.".' y:.'W'^'^v¥v*iP- C-, Ai^i 8, ims. 

Sm: As required b^ W,of '>iarch.3, 1885. (Stat. L. 23, 356), I 
have the honor td*.t>l'£dia:ut '^eieSnit^ a dialled statement of the 
expenditures of die- tSepartmenh 'of-Agricurture for the fiscal year 
ended June 30, 1907. 

Very respectfully, James Wilson, 

Secretary. 
To the Fbesident of ths Senate. 



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CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Office of the Secretary ^ 5 

Weather Bureau 8 

Bureau of Animal Industry 65 

Bureau of Plant Industry 149 

Forest Service 232 

Bureau of Chemistry 301 

Bureau of Soila 314 

Bureau of Entomology 323 

Bureau of Biological Survey 844 

Division of Accounts and DisbursementH 347 

Division of Publications 348 

Bureau of Statistics 356 

Library i 361 

Office of Chief Clerk 384 

Office of Experiment Stations 367 

Office of Public Roads 384 

Departmental recapitulation and general contracts 390 



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EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 



OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY. 



\jjiux tij UK oecreuiry, ami, 9111,oul 

of salary of Sterttary ^ Agncultwe). 



approprfated for ttusreau 



SXATITTOBT SAI.ABIBS. 



SKm. 


Title ami rate. 


Amount 


travel and 




SecTetarr of AErtculture. at KfiOO and tl^OOO. 


(9,300.00 

sss 

3,ooaoo 

3,S00.00 

1,609.00 
,000.00 

;S 

,40000 
,S(U.01 

'Si 

1,200.00 

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533.33 

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22.00 
720.00 

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Hi 

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■is 

U2.S0 

■iSS 

200.00 




































Fdvate wcretory to Aselstant Secretary, at 
















TelegiaiSi and telephone opecator, at 11,466. . . . 

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OFFICE OF THE 8ECEBTAEY— Continued. 

Report qf expendttura far tJit fiiad year ended June SO, 1907, under appropriation 
"Office of the Secretary, 1907, tlI4,S00," «(s.— Coatinued. 

STATUTORY SALAKIES— Contlnoed. 



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720,00 

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38.00 

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720.00 

moo 

720.00 
1,100.00 
840.00 
840.00 

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8«.00 
720.00 

li 

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II 
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600.00 
254.67 

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BXPBHDITUKBS OT OBPiUCDCBNT OF ACDUCOXiTUXB. 
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY— Continued. 



STATUTORY SALARIES— CODtMiwI. 



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Title ud rote. 


gs 


trav«luid 


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Brooks, durlaa | Laboier, at tl.SO per diem 

Bnrton, John do 

ntihu^Wm. H .....do 

Wentwoiu,S. 8 do 

Ibdlgan.Tiunau Laborer, at tsapermonth. 

Bou«eT,Clua. E ] Laborvr, at SaOO. 

Wentvorth, S. B \ SlcUIed laborer, at ISO per month.. 

Bktdmore, Jarad F ' Skilled labonr, at t72Daad tUD... 

Wood, HaniyS Painter, at 13.50 per diem... 

"- n,C,W.C Carpenter, at (3.60 per ■■ 

. Plumber, at II per di 



Lloyd, John H 

Catbeirr, ThoB. F 

Baihlord, Edward J .. . 

Heron, L. H : 

BatBhausen, John F . . . 






47100 I. 

iss.a . 

21M I. 

ioi.76 ;. 

306.00 !. 

eoaoo '. 
13a 84 I. 
sa.tn ;. 

04.60 |. 



Elgglua, Oeoisiuui . . . 
Dewey, FIdaS. 

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Plumber helper, at UOperm^nth I 

Electria wtreman at t3.G0 per diem 

Electric wlreman, at 13 per diem I 

Electric liaeman. at (3 per diem 

ElectrlcUn at taper diein 

Cabinetmaker, at t3.!0 per diem and (1,100 per ' 

ittMH 



'.' do 

.1 Charwoman, at (480.- 



Jone*, Charlea .-. Meeeenger, a1 

Hoinn.R. H ! do 

Smith, Florence F i Library clerk 



20.00 
40.00 
42.60 
40.00 
301.33 



Qatea.'otlaH..'.' 



Total amount at appropriation. Including (1,300 ^^ropHated lor increase ot n 

8ec«t»Ty ol Agticultura 

Total expendltureg mida above groups 



tTnejrpanded b^ance. . . 



EZPEKDITUBES OF DEPABIMBNI OF AaBIOUIiTUBE. 

WEATHER BUREAU. 



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2,000.00 

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1800.00 
1,800.00 

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1,200.00 

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206.67 
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23a 00 
100.00 
200.00 

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EXPENDITURES OF DEPABTMENT OF AGEICtH^TUBB. 
WEATHER BUEEAF— ContinuBd. 



STATUTORY SALARIEft-Contlnued. 



Name. 


TltlB and rate. 


paid tor 


atatlon 
and Held 
Mpenws. 






tl,HO.0D 
1, SCO. 00 
1,200.00 

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see. 87 

250.00 

««.6B 
309.44 

•S!S 

189. « 

149.90 
Wl.BT 

633.33 

1000.00 

1,000.00 
900.00 

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2,' so 
730.00 

570:00 

187. ao 

900.00 
448.00 

01.00 

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716! 00 

1,800.00 

l! 400^00 
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PaUcolas, Virginia M 


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WKATHGR BUBEAU— (kttlinwd. 



STATUTORY SAXARlSB-CoDthnnl. 



n™b. 


TitI* Ud rate. 


SH 


and field 
eipeiuee. 






i;2«).cn 

1,260.00 
1,007.25 

i».8e 

11 

■ss 

783.34 
1S8.S9 

1,000.00 

£32.00 
MO. 00 

11 

3m!«) 

II 

11 

II 
l§ 

3S6.00 
720:00 

s!do 

a:!8 

231.00 
392.00 

«S:SS 

si 

361,17 
660.00 
660.00 
660.00 
660.00 
600.00 




































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ifitctllaTitBat itipjiliit, tic. 

Anchor Lamr Co 

Barber & Ross I 

Bfoman CoDirtruotlon Co 

Brooks Co., E. F 

CadT.H.S I 



JfUMllOIKOtM (Upplitl, I 

: CatUnCo.. ElmeiH 

Chutcb & Stephenson. . . 

■ DuPerow.M 

I Dyer, Wm. H 

Hartlg, Louis 



12 BXPBHDIT0BB8 OP DBPABTMBNT OF AGEIOXTLTUBB. 

WBATHEE BUKEAU— Continued. 

BepoTt of expenditweg /or the fimd year ended June SO, 1907, under appropriatum 
Fuel, ligbU, andrepaira, Weather Bureau, 1907, flO,000" — Continued. 



Name. 


Amount 

11. eo 
716.00 

^tm 

t\l 
25.20 
302.00 
BO. 26 

moo 
ax 00 

04.99 

12.60 

22.17 
3.00 
7.10 


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National Electrical Supply Co 


ZebCo. (InconK^rah^VWm.J 


3,441.31 








OaiandlliaritMy. 



























Total amount of appropil 



Unexpended balan 



0,010.0) 
80.01 



Ciane&Co 

Libiaiy Bureau. . . 
LIndemeji, PUltp. 
Morrlaon Paper Cc 



Sehmiift, Fred A 

■Swayie, W. L 

■ Swayze, Bailey A Co 

Underwood TypawilterCo-. 



Acme Repair and Bicycle Co. . , 

Addreiaogiapli Co 

Akere, J.O , 



Baumgarten Co_^ Herman 

BaumKaiten & Sons, J 

Bauscn & Lomb Optical Co 

Becker i Co., Chai 

Bowers & Daly.." 

Burr^ea Preaa CllpplDS Baieau. . . 
Burrougha Adding HaoblDe Co 



Burton & Son. R.C 



JtisceOaatoai luppli^, clc.— Cont'd. 

Conger BroB. & Co 

Copeland Co-, M. O. 

Coiton, Jamea a 

Cudahy Packing Co., The 

DaviiOD & CoTh. C 

Disbursing clerk, Poat-OSceDepart- 

DoremuaMaclihieCol!!!!..!!! 

DuckBtt, W. G 

Duffey, B. W 

Dulln i Martin 

DuPerow, M 

Eastman feodalt Co 

Eco Magneto Clock Co 

Blmsr 4 Amend 

Ergood Co., J. C 

Featno, J. E 

flyim di Btount 

Forker4Co.,C. A 

Forsbeig, O.W 

Frank Dleinleotlng Co., TheP. M... 

Frltcb A Son, Geo. T 

QarvBT, Edward... 

QibBonSoapCo 

Gtclas.H.J. 

OUman Z. D 

Halley, M. M 

HardhiB & Upman 

Hart Ik, Loufs 

Hartman Co., W. H 

Halakell * Co., P. H., ]r 

Hose & McDowell Co., Ins 

Hctcomb Manufacturing Co., J. I... 

HoUlngBwortJi, Q. B 

Home Ice Co 



BZFBNDirnBES OT DEFABIMBNT OF AQBICDLTUBE. 
WEATHBE BUBBAD— Continued. 



MiiceBantoai ivppliti, etc.— Cont'd, i 

Hume, Frank 

Button A Hilton 

Jackaoo, Frank H ' 

Jenka, W. a. 

KenneilyjP 

KattlcT, Wm. J ; 

Keufld £ Esser Co I 

KUIIttn,Qeo.P , 

Kuoi Express Co., The Geo. W i 

Lamb & Tllden 

Lambie Co. (Incorporated], James B 

Lansburg A Bro 

Ltndsav Rubber Manufactarlas Co., 

THeM 

Llnskev & Sons, James 

Llttlefield, AlYord & Co 

Lockwood, W. A 

LutiirCo 

MoGhan, A. H 

UcQuay, Ctiaa. e 

MaAallBros 

Uftnn Jf Co., F 

Mulno, Ignaclo 

aeeka' Bom, S. J 

Mtsea, Geo. F 

lUdget Novelt]' Co 

MonarohlVpewiftatCo., The 

Moran Co., John 

UoirlsA Eckels Co., The 

MuddlmuiiliCa., C. A 

Unth & Co., Geo. F 

National Electrical Bupply Co. 

NawraUi,I.P; 



RelllT, Hugh 

Remlngtou Typewriter Co. . 
Rock Creak Auto and Wagoii 

Rotograph Co., The 

Hudolpli i West Co 

Saigeat&Co 

Sohaler A Co., E. G 

Schwakopl, Geo. A 

Beth Thomaa Clook Co 

Sharp & Bone, F 



writer Co., The. 



Topham, James 6 

nodetwood Typewriter C 

Vqhrt, EaoBTd 

WUker A Son, John T. . , 
WaUxT Sona, Jobn T.. . . 
West DlalnfsctlDS Co. . . . 
Wiley & RoweUHsnubM 
Woodward & Lothiop. . . 



wASons, W.B.. 



FreiglU. 
WaehlnstoD Soutbem Rwy. Co. . . 



70.% 
7.00 
266. IE 
«a.4a 
327.00 
17<.0O 

ira.ts 

IS3.0O ■ 
lB.tlD 



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Rose, J. t 


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S3 ! Age- Herald F 



283.81 
93! « 



JlngCo 

PuhlUhlngCo 

BiiUngs Gaiette 

Birmlngbam News PubUehlng Co. . 

Charles City Dally Press 

Charles atv Harald, The 

Chronicle Co.. The 

CommBTclal Newspaper Co 

Dally Hot Blast 

InfaLUgBnoar Printing Co 

j Ledger Publishing Co.. The 



22.33 

25. 82 

S,BS1.U 



Taylor Publlalibe cL 

Tr{bune Publishing Co., The.. 



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WEATHER BUREAU— CoDtlnnad. 



Report of txpenditure, 



L0MP-FUND SALARIES. 



Name. 


Title mdiMB. paid (or 
salary. 


Amount 

paid for 
tnTEdand 














oat 
soo 

879 
400 
WD 
«JC 

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80C 

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Profwaor at metwrologioal phjBlcs, at KfXO . . 


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Local (orecMter, at »^ i 






















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800 
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BIPBHDITUBM OF DEPAKIMBNT OF AGBICtlLHrBE. ■ 



WEATHER BUREAD—Coutluued. 



LUUP-FUMD Si.LABIEa-CM]tlauad. 



Abbe. Cleveluid, ]r Rseeorch obBervet. at 11,20 

Young, Frederick A Eeeeareb'obBervaf, at tl,« 

Blair, wUUunB Besearch observer and a.a! 

(1.400. 
ArrolDEton. Jotm H ; Local toiecaater. at tl.WO- 



Bii^ Allen 

Caipontar, Ford A 

Cover, LoulaC 

Dalngeifleld. Lawrence H. 

Devereaux. WUUamC 

Dudley, wmiam K 

Hares. Hontrose W 

Hamn, John S 

Jones, Edward P 

Lodholi. Louie 

McDonougb, Patrick 

Ndtert, WUUftmW-. 

Noyee. O. Harold 

Nunn, ROBCofl 

OberhoUar, OeoiceR 

Reed, Charles D 

Richardson, Herbert W . . 



rth. Patrick B 

ncer. JameeH 

rart. Charles 

Iran, RlchMd H 

lor. Nathanid R 

impeon. Charles D. C... 

(ks.JohnR 

liamg. Frank T 

rtz, Oeoige B 

taoder, wmiam H 



bserrer. at 11.300, a 



Barttott, James L I do. 

Bell, Aaron H ; do. 

Bell, wmiam I do. 

Bennett, Walter J I do. 

Blagden, John D do. 

Btdton, Joeeph P | do. 

BrCet, troderiot W do. 

Brown. Edward A 








700.00 





























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.4Daoo 

.MCOOl 
,400.00 . 
S33.33 



,200.00 ; 

,2oaoo . 

.200.00 . 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGBICULTUBE, 



WEATHER BUREAU— CODtlnued. 



LDMP-PoND SALARIES— ConUaned. 



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Obsarver, at 11,200 

















































































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Observer «nd research observer, at 11,200 1 










































Be^^dlrectot, at »l.«0, at>d observer, at 









































































i,2oaao 

1,300.01) 
1,200.00 



109. W 

030.45 
183.33 

274! 13 


25.70 
1125 




77. 3S 




18404 




28. SO 






















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10.01 




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BXFBITDrtimES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGBICTTLTUBE. 



WEATHER BUEEAU— Continued. 



LCMP.FOKD 8ALAR1 



Tltla uul late. 



Ovt <^ ITruAlntKiM— Cont'd 

Churoli, Verne H 

Clark, WllUam F 

Cole, HarveTS 

CiOHby, Amur W 

DaTti^bertJ 

Dar, WalBOtt L 

Dean, Robert H 

DeOraw, Paul 

Dey, Lather M., g 



Donnel, Charlsa A... 



Eddef, Oflorge W 

TMd.QMigiiT....'."'. 

nsber. Lairrenoe C 

FitM.HarryA 

FnUer. WUBam I> 

Qamtt, CbsTtaB C 

QrasBe, Hercluiier W... 

Qray, RlclianJ W 

'Grimes, Georze £ 

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Hartwell, F. Engeiia... 

Baydeo, JoUue C. 

Beok.O«oreeJ 

Hobbs, Everett C 

Holoomb, Howard E- - . 
Jormln. Fnuik 



ElmbaU, Jamtia H 



Lathrop, W 
hegtai.uvg 
LlDdgien, Ouetave 8.. 

U™. CharlBB W 

McDowall. Oilbert W. 
McOamuedwanlW.. 

O'DoiXTwU, John J 

Pickels, AUred C 

nerey, JoaephC 

Foinill. Robert F 

Reed, WUUaDi J 

RlohanlBOn, Cbartes H 

Robins. MlUard V 

Roobe, Henry H 



RykGT.JobnN 

B^l«»r, WllUamB. 

Boboll. Walter H 

ecboppe, Wm. J. A... 

Scott. James H 

SInionB, William C... 

Sldan, Jay B 

Smitb. Jamei H 

Strong, CbarlBB M.. . . 

Button, Leon O 

Taylor, ThonuuR... 

Tnpla, Arthur R 

Tbomaa. Walter W.. 

Whitman. OriaB 

Wright, Marsdeo.... 



Thome 



S. Doc. 425, 60-1— 



i,<na«i . 
1I000.00 ' 



1,074.46 
1,019. S7 



I G4.50 

I ii'&s 



BXPENDITUBES OF DEFABTMBNT OF AQBTCinJTUBE. 
WEATHER BUREAU— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALABIES— ContlDued. 



Name. 


Title and rote. 


PS 

aaUry. 




»M <^ Waikinglon-Coat'i. 
MoOutoBai.WmiamC 


Observer, at tl.XO, and aisigtant obeerver, at 
Assistant obseFver, at $340, and at 11,000 


li,OJ3.»4 

980.00 

fioaoo 
est. 67 

ii 

oaaoo 
eos.46 

■ii 

i,ooaoa 
g2Z22 
i.ooaoo 

\;SS 
Si 

i.ooaoo 

'«S 

1,000.00 

"si 

Ml 00 

8*aoo 
8»aoo 

siaoo 

SW.00 

Ma 00 

gMLOO 
840.00 
5S.B0 
840.00 
S40.00 

l!S!S 

84a DO 
840.00 
74ft 00 

S4aoo 

S40ilX> 

»s 

is 

350.00 
840.00 

84^00 

840.00 
840.00 
SI. 00 

as 

820.00 


teg. 10 


















































































































































































































































































































































































































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EXPENDITURES OF DBPABTMBNT OP AGEIOTJLTUEE. 



WEIATHER BUREAU— Continued. 



LUMP-FDND SAI^RIES— Continued. 



Name. 


«»...„». 


P^lor 


travel and 




A.BlBtantobeen-er.atPMandattgW 


820.01) 
838.00 

is 

336.00 

li 

TJOioO 
720.00 

11 

33a 00 
S68.00 

li 

Biaioo 

720,00 

l§ 

20.00 
2M.O0 

72a 00 

II 

720!00 
730.00 
720.00 
28.00 
46.00 
T20.00 
1W.0O 
«OS.0O 
538.00 
718.00 

78.01) 
72a 00 

720.00 

«aaoo 
eaoo 

448.00 

eaoo 
72a 00 

168.00 

M8.oa 

TSaOD 




























Uucbusmed l&boier, a.t (720, and usutant ob- 




































































































































Duaseaull. loseph A 


































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EXFEBDITUBES OF DBPABTMBNT OP AOBIOUI/EUBE. 



WEATHER BUEBAU— Continued. 



LDMP-FUND SALARIES— CoDtlnued. 



Tlth and rata. 



Out 0/ trtufciftfltim— Cont'd 
achwomii^taQler S 

BlmpBon,aaA.".'. 

amiili, Edward P 

Smith, Emmet D 

Smith, Howard C 

Spragua, Maloolro 

rhompsoD, E. Herbert 

Toole, John P 

Warran, William H 

Weat Ralph t) 

W lest, Edward S 

Wills, Harry M 

Woodworth, Charles A 

Wrland, Will L 

Y»B«er, Everett E 

BlS^B, Dean 

Clark BaymondE 

HoTdo, Martin B 



Tracy, wmiam H 

Tomer, GBorgo E 

WhlMier, Bsraard P 

WlUiamW.. 



Stege.LoulsC ■-- 

Van vradenbm^, Marlon B . 
Bessley, Qeom 



Hart, Howard Q... 
Johnson, Clifton E. 
Maxwell, Lawrence 



t, Angng N.. 



Chamiierlla, Cbarlea 
Connaroe, Henry . . . 

Dey, Laura M 

"■-W. Frank W... 

t, CharleaC.l;; 
■ t Andy U.. 






s,RaJph 



itobaerver, attTJD... 



MesBenaei, at tisO, and asBlatant obaerve 

1720. 
MesBffiigsr boy, at 1380, and asslatant obaBrver, 

Mesaenger boy at tSflO, and at t480, and at 
ant observer, at 1720. 

'sVudBiitaaai8tBnt,"aV.'ea),'Bnd'aMiBtaJil 

server, at 1720. 
Messenger, at 1480, and asatstant obeei 



MSO and atKCorand aesfaiant 
, at tseo and at HSO, and asaletaut 



UnclasBlfled laborer. 
Repairman, at 1600. . 
Meaaenger, at 1600. . . 



Mlnehart, E - _. 

Tait, Lemuel E do. 

Willlama, Robert C. 
Bormann, Walter.. 



Uesaenger, at MSO and al 
George D ; do 



Jacoba, HeniT W 

Lopei, Joaeph do 

May, George A do 

Sbnmoos, EomeT H i Student aaalstant, at )300, an 

I tflOO. 

Fowler, James E I Unelasglfled laborer, at teOO... 

KeUey, Andrew J 1 do 

Ackslow, FredB 1 Ueaaengei 01 messenger bof, a 



ESFENDITUBES Off DEFABTUENT OF AGBIOTJLTtraE. 



WEtA.THBB BUREAU— Contlnned. 



LUMP-ETND SALARIES— CoQtlnned. 



Out <fWiuhingliyn—CoDfd. 



J<«bDliiK, Chadis T 
Ultch^ Theodore 
Hoore, BoacoeC... 
Uurph;, Frank C. 



Adkms, JudsonD... 
Bailer. Herbert A... 
DflMent, HsrryC... 



Jenne, Westley W 

LaakowBld, Bernaid B.. 

LiDd, Harold V 

Lowe, J. Hervey 

Meakei, Kenneth 

Oates, Walter A 

Olseo. Edward J 

Stephens, Thomaa 

Webb, Ro^a 

Weber, Fred 

Woods, Raymond 

Barter, Dtdil 

Kelley, John M 

BarwiclE, James A 

Bobbuon, H. C 

Aberle, Fi«derick 

Ahem, Frank H 

AosDstiD, Jamea O 

Baoh, Frank T 



Cannodv^ W. RaymoDd. . . 

Camer, Thomae A 

Qart, Boy. 

Cooke, S. WUminor , 

Crook. Stanley 

Croder, Thomaa H 

Davlea, FhlllpM 

Davla, Frank E 

Deaderlck. David A 

Denncmd, Leonard.. 



1360 and tiaO 




trsTet and 



46.07 

moo 

380.00 

Si 

4flO.«0 
380.00 

si 

US. 33 

SI 

460.00 

S!8 


ii.S 




480.00 

iti 
S 

300.00 

is 
ss 

sea 00 

300.00 
40.00 


4.n 










242.00 
300.00 


l'^ 



BXPENDITUKES OF DBPABTMENT OF AGBIOUl/TUBE. 
WEATHBB BUBKAU— Continued. 



P-rUND SALARIES— Coatinued. 



n™. 


Title and rate. 


paldlOT 


Amount 

Mdflsld 
expeoflM. 






'!1!8 

360. CO 
TiOO 

|i 
|i 

li 

Is 

306.00 

380.00 
W.OO 
S6.00 

90.00 
60.00 

■S!8 

3W.0O 

109.00 

ZTsioO 
75,00 
99.00 

Ta 
1 
1 

248.00 
0.00 
78.00 

3«).00 

1 

206.00 

is 

300.00 

300.00 
».00 
300.00 
300.09 










































































































































































































































































































































































































































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EXPENDITUBES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE- 
WEATHER BUREAU— Continued. 



LTJMPFUND SALAEIB8— Contlnoed. 



N_. 


Title and rate. 


SH 


paidlM 






tZOCkOO 
36.85 

JS-S! 












































































Is 

ii 

li 

M 














































































Tsmporary meaaenget boy. at 13 per day 
























































3 
II 


























































Ward. Kayinond W 
















s 
































1 






















































































9.00 

II 

26! 00 








































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EXPENDITUEES OF DBPAETMEKT OF AGBICTJLTUHB. 
WEATHEK BUREAU— CoDtinued. 



LUUF-FUND SALARIES— ContlDUed. 



Name. 


Title and late. 


S' 


Amount 
traveled 

upemwi. 


OmI 14 Wwitopon-Cont'd. 




1.00 
11.00 
43. no 

LOtt 
29.09 
IS. 00 
20.00 
2400 

33.00 

K!8 

20.00 
26.00 

Is 

10.00 

Is 

21 00' 
25.00 
2.00 

10.00 

Is 




























































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619,802,31 










In WaAia^n. 


3,000.00 

lis 

2,7G0.00 
1,200.00 


























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OeddbigB. Eliiiani M 










20,899.99 











of spproptlation KtI,S£O.DO 

ures undar sbovB group 6*0,702.30 



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EZP£KDITTTSES OF DEPABTMEITT OF AOBIOtTLTUBE. 
WEATHER BUREAU— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES. 



BarbOT, John T 

Batster. John A. 

Fowler, ArchlbaEd 1 
Samuel, Frank E. . 



(43,02 . 
38.00 . 
12.00 . 



Oat 0/ WmUnglon. 

BMlgHtoa, Joseph 

3kar, JoJm 

UoiBbeck, Theodora C., jr . 

Baumtto, Peter T 

Do 

WUliB, Wilbur F 

Stevens, A. B 

Battle, OttBtOQ 

Blow, Sparta E 

Brown, Wm, H 

Caldwell, R.L 

Calhoun, M; M 

CampbBll, Julia A 

Clart, Helen M 

CoUlna.D.K 

CiBmnlDBB, L. B 

Elder, *Ullam C.'.'.'."y.'.'.'. 
Enloe, V.P 



Oladne;, Stella.. 



Jewett, AlloeO... 

King, Joel W 

MaSowa, W. E... 
Miley, AdolynO.. 

Miller, Lee F 

Uiluei. IdaJ 

Militer,Uary 

Moore, Alice F.... 



. RalnlaUol 



aonth... 



Newton, E, 



tei'i D.V 



PiedgB, I 
Redd,E. 
BoasHll, J:.. u.., 
Byneareon, W. 1 
Smith, Ella B.. 
Spencer, Walter 
Talley.R. K... 



Boiniall observer, at tT .GO per month 
Baiul^i observer, at 17 per montti . . 
EalnWl-observer, at ttpermontho. 
R^nl^l observer, at 17 per month... 
Rainlall obeervei, at 15 per month... 
B^ulall observer, at 13 per mouth... 



3&00 . 

16. so . 

16,25 . 

16.B0 . 

16.60 . 



Brown,J,'E;. .;.'"." 
Crawloid, William A 

DuGkworth'F,'w!;;] 

F^rohIld,C.L 

Fertraaon, H. S 

HayeB,Mary A 

Kelly, SylvenuB 

Eeftr.R.J 

ElBshifer, Charles E. 

Laird, Jacob 

McSheehy.H, J 



lit GO centa per ab9eivatian..| 



« £6 oenta for each observation in addition tc 
t GO centa for each oluerration In addition to 



Cooi^lc 



EXPBHDITUBES OF DEPABTMBNT OF AQBICUIjT0BE. 
WBATHBE BUREAU— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES— Continued. 



Name. 


Title ftQd raw. 


paid for 




Ow 0/ Waihinglon-Confi. 


RalDlaU observer, at 60 cents per obuTration. . 


t .00 
.60 
S.CO 
.60 
.00 

1 .00 
.00 
.09 

.00 

:oo 

39:80 

so! 80 

38:80 

11 

39.80 

11 

31. GO 
30.80 
18.40 

1 

3»,80 
3ft. 80 

SI! 
11 

30.80 

11 

11 
II 

39.60 

li 

3».S0 
30.80 

i% 

ag.ao 


































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EXPENDITUBBS OF DEPABTMENT OP AGBIOULTUEE. 
WEATHER BUREAU— CODtlnued. 



LUMP- FUND SAEu^RIEa — Continued. 



Ntune. 


Title nud »t«. 


paid lor 
sttUity, 


travel and 


Om ofWa,hin0oa-Con.fi. 


Cotton rsBlon obeerTBT, at 20 cents per obser- 
....ao..'. 


§ 

IE. 20 

1 

S.80 

SIS 

9.00 
3».80 

i% 

3B.B0 
39,80 

a 

38.80 
30.20 
39.80 
39.80 
39.80 

11 

39:80 

38. «1 
SO. BO 

11 

«,00 

33!m 

39.80 
11. «0 

39, SO 
16.20 
2*. to 

3o!go 

30.80 
8.20 
30.80 
30.80 
39,80 

39! 80 

S!:i! 

39.80 




























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WEATHBE BUEBAU— Continued. 



LTJMP-FDND 



Ntun^ 


Title UidnM. 


sulary. 


poldfoi 
tmyeland 

«pen»W. 


0»i 0/ WaiUiVlm-Coal'i. 


Cotton region otiuanet, at X omta par obaer- 

...'3*r: 


•3B.80 

0.80 
ss.sa 
at 00 

IB. 00 
39. BO 

!S:I8 

30.80 

as. 80 

K 

34.80 

39:80 
A. 20 

II 

li 

30.W 

ll 

SO. 40 

§ 

II 

3»!so 
IS. so 

39.90 

11 

36! eo 

K 

Is 

36.E0 

3a.«o 

s 

36. EO 

SS 

36. eo 

|i 
































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oyer. Edltb E. L 





























EXPENDTTXmES OF DBPASTUENT OF AOBIOtmrDBB. 
WEATHBE BUEBAU— CODtlnued. 



LUMP-FDND SALAHIKS— Continued. 



N«B». 


Title and rate. 


paia™r 
we.ao 

38.60 

its 
ii 

38. «0 

SS 

3«.ea 

39.60 

3s.eo 

36.80 
38.00 
36.80 

E 

36,80 
6.00 

iJ!8 

38.60 
38.60 

Ii 

38.60 

ts 

38.80 
38.80 

!S!S 

38.80 
38.60 

18. ») 
38.60 

SiS 

30.00 
3&40 
38.60 

38.60 
33.80 

II 

ii 

38. «l 

II 

36.80 

36.20 
36.80 


paid loi 
travel and 

station 
andflem 
eipenses. 


(M (^ Wathinelm-Coat'd. 


Com and wheat obaorver, at 20 cents per obwr- 
vatlOQ. 




























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EIPBNDITUBBS OF DEPABTMENT OP AGBICULTCBB. 



WHATHER BUKEAU— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND aALABIES— CODtlDued. 



»™, 


Title and ntte. 


Amount 
paid for 
salary. 


andDeld 

Bipenaes. 




Com and wheat obierver, at ao oenta periobaer- 

..™ii°°-. 


136, SO 
38,80 

11 

i 

3«.«) 

11 

38, SO 

1:1! 

34.80 
26.60 

36.00 
17. tt 

36.80 

li 
II 

36,80 
38.80 
13,80 
38.60 
36,60 
36.80 

Is 

36.80 

36.60 
36.80 
36,60 
38.60 

li 
|i 

i2ao» 
laaoo 

12! 00 

ss 

120.00 

li 












































































































































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31 eaeh obiervatlon In addition to on« a day. 



EXPENDITUEES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGBICTJLTUBE. 
WEATHEE BUREAU— Continued. 



LUMP-FDND SALABIBS— Continued. 



Oat of Tro»Mnp(oB— Cont'd 

Brown, William C 

Bieithaupt, Hear; 

JavuBs, C. E 

Van Oasken, W. P 



Daisy L.. 



Alleii.b.D 

Anderson, Stephen B. 

Andres. Perry 

Back, Louis 

Balia.H.L 

Baldwin, George W. . . 

BanckB, Oeoise F 

Barter.r.M 

Beal, Fred , 

Bomfttd, Amaaa 

Bibbr, Richard 

Bishop, BlTdle E 

BlflChly.C. P.,1r 

Blactwell.W. L 

Blake, SadleH 

Bloas, Elchard P 

BhiQdeU, Bldoey E . . . 
- Boone, A. L 

BSdM,H.p.v.'.".!i::: 

Brlflfin.C. F 



BrosoaiLB.W... 



Clement, B. W 

CUne. W.M.. 

Cluett, SanfordL... 
Cobum, M. B 



Compton, James Z. . . 



Costlgan, Lillle U. 
CovluEtoD, Jerry I 
Crawlord, Annie C 
Crawford, B.W.. 
Crossen, Elmer W. 



CrumbliBs, H _.. 

Culbertson, Robert B.. 

CuUeD, ArUinrH 

Davis, Chattle May 



n, James L.. 



Disnej.C.i* 

Dixon, F. E 

Drowry, W.N... 
DDnoan, Thoi.ll. 

Dnnn.E.M 

Edeler, James 0., 
BzDei, FellfE... 
Faicea wMunB. 



River observer, at 19 



ir observer, at 19 per month . . . 
n observer, at tT.fiO per month 



River observer, at 17 per m 



a £5 oents (at each observation in additloD to 
> EO cents tor eaoh observation in addition to 

• lOeents faraach report delivered. 

* IS cents lor each report dellvend. 



i(».Ea 
28. n) 

84.00 
8fi.l» 
12. TS 
M.OO 
SO-SO 

as .SO 

2S.0O 



14.75 

w.oo 

130. 3S 
fi2.GI) 
40.00 

42' 00 



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EXPENDITURES OF DEPAKTMEITT OF AGBICUIVIUBB. 

WEATHER BUREAU— Conttnaed. 

/or (Re Jiacal i 

' Oeneral expense*. Weather E 

LUMF-EUND SALABIES— Continued. 



Xftme. 


Title and rata. 


H' 


station 
and Held 
expeiueii. 


Out ofWaalUngton-CaaVi. 




II 

28.00 

S!! 

9.00 
42.95 
84.26 

iSS 

84.00 

li 

84.00 
40.25 
42.00 
84.00 

z&oo 

84.00 
28.00 

II 
11 

4B,S0 
24.50 

35.87 

11 

i 
M 

42: 00 

84. TE 

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BTPENDrnmEs of depabtubnt of AGBlom/njSB. 

WEATHER BUREAU— ConOnnea. 

' ecpendUura for thefitad year eTkfed 
"General txpauei, Weather Bureau, 1907, $530,000"- 

LUUP-FUND SALABIBS— ContlDoCd. 



«^. 


Title and rate. 


paid (01 
aalaiy. 


gt&tlOD 
and field 






11 

li 

42.00 

«!oo 

fi5.1B 

Is 

o.co 

M.IXI 
63.00 
SO. GO 

42,00 

lie. 45 

11 

80.3} 

afi.2s 

a 
ii 

138,75 

28.00 
S4.00 

86.50 
42. CO 
90.25 

84. 2S 
84.00 

HiS 

13.75 
93.25 

gS! 

86.25 


















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S.DOC.42S.60-1— 



^35 oents toi eecti otKervatlon In BddKloii to 
> 60 Dcott tor e»cli observation In addition to 
' 15 cents for each report deUvBred. 
A ni — .. J ,jj report delivered. 



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34 BXFBWDITUBEB 07 DBFABUCBNT 07 AGBICVUTUSE. 

WEA.TKER BUREAU— Continued. 

Seport of expendUura for the fiteal year ewkd June SO, 1907, under appropnalw 
" General expemet, Weather Bweau, I9ffr, $630,000" — Continued. 

LnUF-I0ND SALAUIEB-CoDUnned. 




tfoLMd, Wuials A. 
llllk!r,C. A... 

ei«>ed, FenntB. 

Btniter, Heniy W.Jt, 
Towner, W. • 
Tnar.H. J... 
miltlook, Nina. 



Qr each observation In addlMon tc 
or eaob raport ddlvered. 

.. .. 31 «ah otHsrvatlon In addition to 

IS iMDtc lar eadi report dellTusd. 



Gooi^lc ■ 



1 OF IKBPABTMBNT OF AXmiCUUSrOSX. 



WEATHER BUREAU— Gondniied. 



LUHP-PnKD SALABIBB— CODtlDued. 



Name. 


Title and raw. 


AmoDiit 

Si" 


andDeld 
expensea. 


Otxof WoihinsUm-CaaVa. 




80. 00 
8.'00 

E 

taoo 

11 

1,90 

7:«o 

Bl.M 
67.50 

ii 

22. JO 
Ml 00 

«.oo 

6^.00 

s 

ie.eo 

Is 
is 

30.75 
3B.7S 

11 

Ii 

ICLOO 
11.00 
1.00 
1.00 

its 

2.(0 

iS 

» 

coo 








































IS^^MSiiiw.-A 








































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g^|;'"/.;.v.;:::: 












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dO.B 


















































do.- 
























































































































































do 










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jooi^le 



lUFJfin OITU latB IN DEPASXMEITE OF ACOUCUIjTDBE. 



WSU.THEIR BVREA.U--Continued. 



LUMP-FUND 'SALABIBS-Contliuled. 



»_ 


Tttle and rate. 


ijDoant 
paid lot 


travel and 






a. so 

li 

fl2.(i0 

J 
1 

ii 

aw 
am 

ill 

lis. CO 
12S.00 

'S 

21.40 

g:S 

34.60 

ie.3) 
3B.eo 

30.80 

Is 

10.00 

ii 

73.07 

240.00 

ss 

moo 

180.00 

as 
as 


















































































































































Snow »iidlo«ob»erYer, at K per month 










;;;;l;;;:;;;;;;;;-;-;;;;--;---";;; 










Snow and lo> obMfvw, St to miti p«T obnTTK- 

...i 






































Scvl^W.A. R 


3° 




















































































































Stonn-waniing ai«pl«7inan, at tlB per montll 










































Stono-waniliiE diaplar man, at 113^ per 
month. _.j M-J.-jirf . Si- 




■■.:n:%'J'.-i-i'ii-hi^ m 





.Gooi^lc 



SXFBUDITDBES of DEPABTMBNT of XOBSCUVrUBB. 
WEATHEE BUREAU— Continued. 



a S^LASIEB-Continoed. 



Name. 


Tltlo Mjfl rata. 


gttlarj. 


SSSS 

tra^and 

aodtl^ 
eipuuM. 


Oat Itf WtuMivtoa~<km%-i. 


month. 


Hfl.OO 

99. SO 
120.00 
10.00 

laxoo 

130.00 

sa.x 

is 

120.00 

130.00 
S3. 00 

B 
si 
li 

83.00 

ii 

83.% 

&S 

83.W 

■as 

i 

E 
|i 

ZS-EO 

Is 

li 




































































































































































Bijt<ni,J,L.. 




































































































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do 




















































































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SEJ'J^i*^ 










JK-rsbw.-taallaM. E 


;:::;SS:::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;: 





OF DEPABTICBHT OF AttBICWrUJO. 
WEATHER BUREAU— Continued. 



LDMP-rUHD SALABIES— CoBtmoBd. 



Name. 


TlllautdnM. 


«Ury. 


Amonnt 
e^wDsea. 






SI 

ia)!oo 

m.oo 

S3. 00 

ass 

83.00 

120.00 
27.00 

83! B7 
83.00 

li 

moo 

83.00 

moo 

83.00 

1 

83.00 

is 
pi 
If 
■11 

M-OO 

|i 

19.80 
00.00 


















































































































:::::&::::::::::::::;::::::■::■:::::::::::::::: 


















































































do 
















































Bdrid«.AJl8n« 


do 


































gSSS:5h?i:::::;::::::::: 


is::isassi;ss',sr,^iss°?: 
























St«Tm-»stalngdi8pla}iiinii, at 17 pecmocth... 














S:::SiS5KSSSr=,S: 
















































Rim>lrmYor TT (i 


do 





!Coo<^lc 



BXFBHDITUBZS OF DBF.AKT1CE1KT OF ACffilOUI/TUBB. 



WHATHBB BURDAU — CoatiDned. 



LOUP-F ND BALABIES-Contliiiied. 



Nune. 


™„.».. 


Amount 


tTBTel&na 
(Utlon 
uid field 

aqimaM. 






W 

26.00 

M.OD 

iSS 

80.00 

87.67 
41.S3 

1 

4Leo 

as 
is 

en 00 
eaoo 

a 
II 

48.00 

2a 00 

21.00 

21.00 

3a 00 

30.00 

11 




















































































































































































Storm-warnlngdlniilayTnan.rtK^pOT month. 


































































60, 198. M 











Nome. 


Amount. 


Name. 


Amoont. 




tLHl 
10,5*3.08 








^Sl^°-vv-;:-;:::-:: 


tiS 




1.17 
1,GM.06 

11 








DiBtrtot ol^lumbU Pa^ Maiiiao- 














^M^S/itTtiii^ci::::: 
















^t^pW^StpIB 1 ^7S 










11.00 







wtp ithhith riiib oI" DEPARTMENT OP AQBICCZJTITBBi 
WHATHEB BUREAU— Continued. 



SUMontry—CoDttiiaei. 

Hugei ABllab 

HaniB, Oeoise C 

Eawaitui Newt Co. ^Limited).... 

HULL. W ,.„„ 

JelteiKm. GooigeB , 

KbiJ'b, Thoiw".'.*."CI"'.Ii:;"Ii 

EeilD,Ed. L 

KUbam SUtlonerr and PAitiivC 
Kiniei SMtiooery Co., The wTh. 

Ubiu; Bureau 

Undemevr, FMUp 

Lciwttiiait.'j^ 

UcLean Jrohn F 

Vt3i<a,± H 

Ifainr Co., The. 

lUxAaltJwikKnCo 

lCa*eilQk-CUU'ke Lichc^nph Oo. . . 

Heeaatb Stationery Co 

ll]narAGa..<]eDrgeW 

UOOBBr.O.P 

llonleoD PuieiCo 

NaUM*Co.,C. E 

New WllMHi-Webb Co 

O'Daf'a Book Stole 

OtBce Snpplj Co 

Parker, D. Frank , 

Pioneer Preea Co 

Pnmell, W. P 

Schaal, WDUam 

Bohleaer &Co,, John A 

Sehmidt. Fr«d A 

Sbtpmon's Bona, Aw L 

Swayie' Bailey & Co... ^.II^I!!I. 

DDderwood TvpewrlCerCo 

United Btatea Enrelop Co 

V«lley PaperCo 

VanderiiulB ABampaon 

Vatufaan A Uonurco 

VotGuTK, J. H._ 

WebcterCo., F. S 

Wettmer, Jacob 

Wheeler, HoUaiid 

WUUrtonDnwCo 

Wlneh, &a 

Tawman & Elbe I^jiitluitniliif ( 

ZeUeibadi A Stm, A_ 

Zlon'i Cooperative HeiMntDe Inatl- 
tute, 

Total 

lUittttaniiiiu mppllti, ac 

Abilene loe Co 

AblleDs Light and Water Co 

AbilsDe Steam Laundry Co 

Ablta Spring Water Co. (Limited) . . 

Able, O.B 

Acme SiBi Co 

Adama, B. S 

Adder Uachlne Co 

Addieaaograph Co 

Abler FlnmblngCo., J.A 

Albert, Rohna&C-o 

AUrlghtACo., R. a 

AldTfdse Selllae Co., The W 

Allen ContractinK Co., The 

Alkn, Uenr; 

Allen, John T 

ADen, Joeepb 

Allen, L. If 

AUen Rooflng Co 

Allen Uanulacturinc Co., W. D 



17. « 
3,102.29 



84fl.3e 

n.oo 

169.00 



Alpena Hatual Benefit Telephoiu Co. 

AmarlUo Drng Co 

Amartllo OaiCo 

American Bureau of Shipping 

Amertcan DJatrtot Telegraph Co 

American loe Co 

American Linen Supply Co 

American Uedlclne TubUahlns Co. . . . 



American W „ . 

Anchor Lamp Co . . . 
AnderaonCo., A. J. 
Andrea, Theodore.. 



Annlaton Water Sui^ply Co... 



Amold A Wetberb 
Ar(ea,CharleBF.. 
Aahbr,T.J 



& Co.tlueorporated)... 
Oaaman HardwaieCo.. 
In & Co. (Limited) 



Baidi 

Ball,>j.i; 

BaIl,O.R 

Ball, Simon K 

Ball, Thaddeoa A 

Ballanoe, David L 

Bflllaul,b 

Ballantyne A Sons, Wm 

Baltimore Towel Supply Co 

Banorolt, D. B 

Bannana Typewriter Exchange . . 

Barher'A Rosa... .■.■.i::::: ::::::: 



Basa, Oscar F 

Baty,O.N 

Barnn, Daniel 

Baomgarten Co^ Herman 

Baumgarten & Sona, J 

Bauragartner, Wm 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. . . 



S2.E0 
35.00 
17.00 



Becker & Co., Charles. . . 



BXFmnarvsBS or DEPABTUEirr of aqbioci^itbb. 41 

WEATHER BUREIAU— Continued. 

of etpenditura for thsfiteal year ended June SO, 1907, vnder appropriatxott 
"QenertU txpentet, WeatJuT Bureau, 1907, 96S0,0iX>" — CoDtumea. 



MUciUaneout lappUet, eM.— Cont'd. 

Beealsy, Qeoige 

BelwMeii, June* 

Bell Co. (Incoiporated) J. F 

BaD, JeweB 

Beimatt, N. B 

Bentky, Wltoon A 

Banton Comity EaidiraiiB Co 

B«rE>vik,Chiu 

Benmid Co., Tha B. Q 

BeTnlei, Napoteon 

BIddk.JameiQ 

BlBslowA Sons Co., Tbe T. L 

BI(Ctter,B.O 

BPn-BeiMtd 

BiBi,T.H 

Bills & MoiEUi 

tHrtphfttn A Rimfe 

BiandeU.'F'G.V.V.'.'."! !!!!!!!!!!"! 

Blank, Cbas, A 

Block, Edward 

BkMlEettCo.,ThaG. B 

Btncmont Elevator Co 

Blmiieiutock, U 

Bl]rtlw,A.H 

Boaid of Pablle Wofta, Banlt Bta. 
KMla. 

B^t,'joim.' 

Bonn, Qbo. N 

Bork,C.A 

Born, E. A 

Booohsr, 6. /. 

Bow6'&'Co'.,W.w'///^V"/."'.'-'.'.'.'. 

BoJi,Wlail^'.'y^" '.'.'// """.'.'.'.'.' 

SnOt, Otto'.'.'.. '..'.'.... '.'..'.'.'.'.'....'.'.. 

Bndnar Smith i£ Co 

Brand, E.L 

Brandon, CO 

BHMbaar Co_^ Limited, Jobn A 

Bnonar, J. F 

Bnotanoa', iDoorpontted 

B^HB^BonslThoB.E.' 

Bl^, L.U 

Britt Sheet Uetal Co 

Butting, F.C 

Broadwater. Peirin & Broadwater. . 
Brooke, W.U 

Bmwar it' Co'., c'f. '.!!!'. !!".!!"!!!! 

Brown it Co.,C. B. 

Brown & Bro.gC. O 

Brown Co., E, A 

Brown, Edward H 

Brown, Frank U 

Brown, Joeeph 

Brown, Leander C 

Brown, W. a 

Brown, Wllllain 

Browne Power, Incorporatad 

Bmnechog, Carl L 

Bncd, Lorenio 

Bnckner.w.L^.. .'."■.:":;:;;:":::: 

Bnckwalter, Boyd 

BnechM.CtuJit 

Buffalo Electric Contracting Co 



IfitceOantm* ittppUti, «c.— Cont'd. 

Buhneib Co^ H. H 

Bunnell di Co.,J.E 

Bntchell, Wm 

Barllngton City Water WoAi 

Burnett, A. C 

Bursa, B. A 

Buma, Wm. 

Burrow, MaitST Co 1 '.'.'.'.'. 

BuTTOWM Co., The E. O 

BurrowB A O 'Daniel 

Baah,foiin A ''.'.'.'.. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Butsoher, Joaaph 

Butte Typewriter Exchange 

Cady,MaS»lm 

CalmiCo., Bol 

Callender, UcAiului '& Troiip'Co .'. . . 
Campbell, Arthur, and Barney, Fan- 

CampbeUBroe.i'Oo 

Campbell, H. A 

Campbell Printing Piaai & Uanutao- 

CanllBlS Hardware Co ' 

Cape, Henry L 

Capital Ice and atocage Co., The 

Carey Machinery and Bupp^ Co 

Carpenter, W 

CarT,A,M 

Carter EleCTrio Co.'.'W. E .T. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Casey, J. W 

Caewell Co., Howard H 

Caverly, Incorporated, Robert B 

Central lumber Co 

Central Bhopa 

Chadwiok,A, S 

Chamberlin* Co.,H. G 

Chambeii, Fred... 

ChampUn, J. C 

ChanAerAPrtoeCo., The 

ChappeU, a. W 

Charfeeton CouaoUdated Rwy., Gaa 

and Electric Co 

Chase, Herbert 

ChatlUon 4 Sons, John 

Cheney Sons, P, H 

ChBBnutt.H. E 

Cheyenne Ice Co 

ChlIds*Co.,a. D 

Chllyer,Chaj). J 

Chippewa Hardware Co 

Chi^nenABaU 

Chriatlanaou, H. E 

Christie 4 Lowe 

Christopher & Simpson . 

Church & Stephenson 

ChurchlU, F. 6 

atyDellTeryCo 

City ol BontonTlBB 

City ol Burlington Water Depart- 

aty of HamV.'.*:'..':; :!;;!!!":!":: 

aty Ice Delivery Co., The 

City ol Lawlston 

City ol San Jose 

Clapp Ammonia Co., B. F 

Clark, CarioaF 

Clark, John .* 

Clark. J. U 

Clark. Leon 

ClarkCo., R. F 



■zpanHTUsae or jxE^ABxisExn: of AOHiouumu. 

.WS:a.TH£B BUBEU.U— ConUnaed. 



Nanu. Amonnt. 


N»«,. 


Amom.t. 




(2.10 

a 

' -Lsa 

iS 

3.90 

&4D 

ja 

47.00 
3.26 

BO-flO 

14.00 

ea.io 

80.00 

laioo 

170 
LBO 
1S.0O 

?i 

zoo 
moo 
79: « 

3^00 

9.00 

3:00 
fl.OO 
1. 00 
2.00 
12.00 
2.50 
4.00 

5.00 
10.15 
3.00 

5,00 

s.eo 
3.00 

10.00 

10. so 
e.00 
2. 00 

75.00 

B.00 












































Davis, B.H 
















. Day, A. J 




ssi:ss3«&E.v;- 


fia.u 






i DwMolnuRubbcKBUmp Works.... 


































































Consolidated Eleotilo LloU Co., of 
























Doellner Paint Inn mUf Sign Co 




































Dreer (Incorporated), HearJA 

Drlntwater. A. E 














Dubuque Cabliiet M<ii^ Asiiida- 






























































































ast Teaneasee Telephone Co 




















dwards d; DrouKbtoa Printing Co.. 




























































oSttl'HiiSiVlMCi'il^ 


|{jJV°"'^-= :■- 


7.55 


Dfllilberg.R.N 


inblem,0.a ; 


07. to 



ezphnditusbs of dbfabtmbnt of aobioui^tdbb. 48 

W£U.THES BUREAU— Continued. 



JiuaOantvu* ntpfUt*, eb;.'— Cmt'd. 

EiiiiI«*Bon, Geo. T 

Epler. I. E 

ErdSLUi, B. B 

BrEOod A Co.. J. C 

Erfckiii>ii,J 

Evana 4i iUMiui'.'.'.'.'.V.V".'.'.'. 

Kvans, Win. 8 

EvsjuvUla Oas and Electric Ll^t Co. 

EvanevUIe Flaalug Mill Co 

Everts, F.G. 

Fabaoher. PetM 

Fahiman, 8. J 

FalrbankB Co., The 

FalrbaokB. G. W 

Falrservlco, A 

Fajk, Charles 

Farlfly Transfer and Storage Co 

Fanner & Son IType Fonndrr Co., 

Farmera' Deposit National Bank... 

Farrai & Co.. V. T 

Farretl, William 

Famioo, E. L 

Fee A Stewart Co ^ 

Feltner, Aiohle 

Fena^, James.. 

Felton, Sibley 4 Co 

FotgUBOn, B 

Ferguson, Nell 

Ferftn, B. R 

Ffeld* Co., Henry K. 

FUllon, Joseph F 

Flnct Stationery and Printing Co., 

TheF.J 

FlnlBy, James E 

Flacher.CL 

FlahB>GlaBsiord Hardware Co... 

Fisher, Thorsen Co 

FittsiUannCo 

Flare. L.t 

Flores, GuadaliqKt 

Florida East Coast Hotd Co 

Florida Electric Co 

Ford, Thomas 

Forest, Fred 

Forker 4 COj C. A 

Fort Smith Electric Supply Co... 

Fortenbeny, Harry 

Fowler, Annie L 

Fowler Vanulaetinlng Co., Ltd. . 

Fiancla Phannaoy Co 

Freser. B. B 

French, Albert E 

Frencb 4Co., Qeo.E 

French Laundry. 

French A Wel^ 

Ficsno lee Delivery 

Frett.J. K 

Friday, Isaac 

Fritchle.O. F 

Fuller, Albert 

Fuller A Bossout 

FoUerCo., E.C 

FnUer, H. E 

Fuller,!. J 

FuUerA Co., W. P 

Forbuab, E.H 

Oamiwr A Bro., W. T 

OambLe, F. P 

Gamble & Ludwig. 

Qafden City Eltcirlcal Co 

OauiLn AloaPaul 

Gaary, Jtiin P 

Oeary.J.V 



37.0) 
6G6.28 
IL70 
30.00 

123.40 



UUctBonemu tupjfUe*, ste^-Oont'd. 

Oohlert, Loole 

Quiring, H. A 

Gelger A PetarB 

Gelman.J.A 

General Accumulator and Battery Co. 
General Cartueand Storage Co... 

Genesen, Jacob 

, Gooige, David B 

Georgia-Stltnson Faroltnre sml Cai- 

Geo^a Tel^bone and Tdegraidi Co. 



GObert, FrsdB 

aocieat, J. E. A W.E 
GUle^leACo.,!. J.. 
Gilman. Z. D 



Godlrey & 

Goeti, Augost 

Golart. Frank 

Qoldbeig, Bower A Co 

OoldlngACo 

Goldsmith A Son. W. W.. 

Ooldthwalte, G. T 

Good, Harry.. 



Gray, GeoigeW 

Gray, J.E 

Gray, JolinU 

Gray.R.W 

I areen.JohnW 

GreeDwald, Gaiirid, estate of. 

Gr^ory, Geo. B 

GrMory, Mayor A Thom Co. . . 

GrlDben, James 

ariffin, H. O 

Grlffln, Sample i Co 

ariffln,S.A 

Griffin, W.J 

Ortmes, R. B 



. enbei^ACo., ' 

Guthrie, J. Hoffnu 

' Guyon, A 



>0 ; Haley.B 

lS ! Hallaran. John H 

« 1 HaUACo.-W.A.... 

10 I Hahnus.Sol 

H) I Hankins, Geoi^O.. 

mi I Haneen.H.C 

iO I Haosen.Peter 

10 1 Harding A u™an,. 

'O 1 Hardway, Q. W 

K) IlareAAmold 

10 I Harmack, F. W 

iO I Harris, A 

■0 I HaiTleA Locke 



44 wcewsmnrrBxe of department op AGBicuiaruBB. 

WEATHER BUREAU— Continued. 
Seport of expenditurei for theSteal year ended June SO, 1907, uiuier a^i 



Harrii Automatic FieuCo., Tbe.... 


x'.w 
m'm 

2^26 
11.74 

II 

6.00 
2.2b 

iso 

-W 

M 

2,lt».fll 

i!» 
se.fio 

II 

3. OS 
35.00 
2.00 

IS 

i 
1 

6i;26 
■16 00 


ss^rsirsiis-sp^:- 










"SraSESSffe?-.::::::: 


























*a) 








































































































jI «^.;-The-itoiito:" 




































Krtllfier, J. J 










KennBdy Printing and auWonerj Co. 


































KIndlOTiiCo., E. C 

KUut Hardware and Stove Co 












KlBfler Stalioaery Co., The W. H.... 




mnphrey, Kobt. L 














nntlngton, A. E 






urleT,J.l! 




iMtace-Pect Co. <I.Imit«<l) 




Lake, E.E...... 



BX^GNDITDItEB 07 DEPABIltfENT 07 ACOaOUI/rCBE. 



WEATHER BUREAD— Continued. 

t for ih> 
\er<d etptraea, 1 



MUctHaBcoai tttippUtt, «(e.— Cont'd. 



LAmB[)it CoDioUdated Btora Beirlce 



Langaii. P. T 

lADKMIDld, Q.W 

LanabiJigli It Bio 

LawKiin Choilas 

Lean, w.c. 

LeeBrolbers 

Lee. Jo^phB 

lieada a K orthrap Co., Tl 

belud Hero. Co 

LeUuMn, J.W 

Lemon ACo., JuneiE... 



LewlB, FredE , 

Ltbby&LIbbT 

Libby, Hairy T., Jr 

OBtiCo-TheA 

Ll«3it and Power Commlidoii 

liKht, Wslter H 

Udy Co,, The ChM. H 

liiMMto i Co., C. O , 

Lincoln, Fred 8 

Uncotn Uotor WorkiCo.. The 

Unooln Transfer Co 

. Lindoutroth, Peter 

Ltnda^ Rubber Uauotactailng Co. 

ijui6,c. B.v.v.v.;:.;!!:!;!;!!!"!; 

Little. E, A 

LittlsAdd. AlTord A Co 

littleOeld. H. R 

Lloyd & Grlnunina . .. _. 

Lloyd. J. L 

Lloyd Trsiufer Co., InoDrporatad... 

Logan, G. E I!!II""I"'"!1! 

Long, Qiarlu N 

Longnuuia, Oreen &Co 

Longa Towel SiipMy 

Lonnbore. Oeo. W 

Ixjrd. PollA Hake 

Loiliis, Owi. S , 

Loa Angeles Ice and Cold Btoraga Co. 

Lougliery, Thos. B 

Loiint,W.B 

Lovett. Herachal 

Lowdermllk & Co^ W. H 

LoweA Bro., H. P, 



ItUceUaneoiu luppUu, <tc.— Cont'd. 
McConahay, WUIlamU 



McOUllviay. J. J 

UcLaiuAilln Drayins C< 

HcLaughUn. W.S 

UcRae, Oeo. F 

MeVdgh, Honry B 

MaaBBeD, John 

MackaUBroB :.... 

Uacksnrotb, C. C 

Mttlbon,P. J 

Uanili, E. L 



Uarshall-Wells Hardware Co . . . 

UaratoD, Oeoise W 

Uartiu & Co.. Otto 

Uartln. J. W 

Martindale, J. H 



a^^co'.. 



Uercer, S. H 

Merchant it EvanaCo 

Merchants Exchange. The 

Merchants TrsnsIerCo 

MerriU.J. J _ 

Merritt & Chapman Derrick and 



Lolkin Rule Co. . , 
Lomtere North A: 

Land 4 Co.. B.J 

Limt.Chas. A 

Luti & Co 

Lyon A Oarrett 

Lyons & Co., I. L 

Lrsutat. Mary 

Maiflde. Fred 

McCann, Jamas 

UoClane, A. O 

McCleerr. James 

UoGlung, Bntlat A BnekweU. .. 






Meyer ill 
Michael, 



Scluunber Jewidrjr Co. . 



Miller Machine Wo As .. . 
Miller, Tom L 



Milwaukee Printers RoUar Co — 

Uineralized Rubber Co 

Minnesota Type Foundry Co 

Mlnter, W. H 

Missouri District Telegra^ Co... 

Mitchell, A. J 

Mitchell, F. C 

Mobile ElacWIo Co 

Mock, Cbas. W ;... 



Model Heating Co 

Model Laundry Towel Bupply Co 
Moll tor, J. D 

Monarch Electric and Wire Co... 



usr. 



Uoore, Arthur.-. 



{ OF DEPABTMENI OF AORICTJI/TUBB. 



WEATHER BUREAU— Contlnned. 

' ended June SO, 1907, under 



907, under appropriation 

— Continuea. 



! »^. 


Amotmt. 


Name. 


Amonnt. 




16. «0 

li 

21.63 




ss 


























ps^.l^:-=E^ 










2SE.00 
















T«K89 
2. GO 


























1.00 

i.eo 

■''41 
fl 
11 

2s.oa 

•if 

21. so 
28.00 

II 

as. 00 

11.00 

10. so 

13100 

72.00 

42.60 

1,304.50 

4s 
\l 

E 

3&2S 

i.as 
711.7a 

LW 

41 


Pe«r1«8s SUam LaondT}' & DytOig Co 


















































IStt^fe:::::::::::::::::: 




















»ii 


!-!8 


























































































Pliite, E. 
































',T'"'Z??SiS^:.::::: 








O. K. BuiiaSSrandCiiiiteiijHonCi.. 














































































Wordogie K. K. Vlmra, Aurtrla.. 




uso 

















































SXFBKDITDBZB OF DBPARTMBHT OP JLCffllOnLTDICB. 
WBATHBB BUREAU— Contlnaed. 



(C-Cont'd. 



lliiaUaatmit nipptia, ei 

Bailable Steam Lanndrv Co... 

ReBui,J. P 

Berd,H.r 

HMUy, Hugh 

Semingtoii Tipewdter Co 

Renear, W. H 

Rhode laland Sanitary Dust Remorer 

Co 

Bcb&rdBOii, W. V , 

Rider, Claik 

B der-Eilcasou EngliiB Go. . . 



tuppUts, «ie.— Cont'd. 



gSK 



;t Latbs UanotscttirEig Co . . 



Ritchie, t^ler 

BlviFslde Cartage ic Storage Co., Ltd. 
"■ ■ Lathe Mannf--* 

. 19 Electric Co 

Boberlson, W. A.. . 
RohbuoD Si Bona Ci 

RoblDBOn, J. M 

Roblnaon, U. U 

Robison H&rdiTBre ' 



Bothso^d Brotber*. . 



Royal Photo View Co 

Ro;aD & Borden Fumltnie Co. . . 

RndgeA QoenEelCo 

Rudolph i£ Weat Co 

Rufflnga, Andrew 

Rnggles-aale Co., The. 

Runae, Henry F 

Builaka, Jos. 

Bt. Germain, O 

Bt. Loula Buburban ETprees..... 



Salt Lake Tiansler Cc 

Saubom, Valli£Co... 

Sanderaon, G. T 

San Dlfgo Hanlware I 

SandaBros.Co 

Sai^lQBtti, E. P , 

San Pedros, Los Ansetes and Bait 
LakeR.R.Co 

Santa Fe Concrete Block Co. 

Savage, Chaiiea R„ 

Sawyer, F. F 

Sawyer's Carpet House. 

Boarr, Laura E 

Sohalor A Co., E. O 

Scbmldt, Josi^ 

Schneider, Henry A 

SeboOeld Contract Co 

Sehooley Btatlonery Co 

BAwakopt, Ooo. A 

Sotentlflc American Compiling De- 
partment.. 






Vandervoort, Bamar Dry 



Seidler-UIner I 



& Green, Inc.. 

Seth Thomas Clock Co... 

Shafler, JohnW'.!.'!!!!!! 

Sharp A Sons, F 

Shaw, Richard A 

Shedd A Bro, Co., 8. a... 
Sheeto Bros. Painting or 

Sheeran,'PetOT".i;."!!!;!;; 

Sheldan, J. W 

Shepard, L. H 



Sbeti 



Shores, U.G 

Shull.J.J 

SUyerGateOIlCo...- 

Silvias & Schoenbackler... 

Simpson, AHred 

Sines, Arthur 

Singleton, Wm 

.rjOeoiEsB 

s^th, Aiired'E."!;;!!;!!;; 



Smith, C.E 

Smith Electric and Mannlactnrlng Co. 

Smith, Fiank. 

Smlth,F.H 

Smith, Geo. J 

Smlt£ A Sous, Ouy W 

Smith, Joseph P 

Smith, J. W. 

Smith, M,F 

Smith Premier Typewriter Co., The. . 

Smith, Thomas. 

Smith, T.B 

snedimr.k.T.. !;;!"; ■;;!!;;;! 

■ "-"jn.Wm.B 

FardlnBCo., The, 

OeriToddCo 



Snook & Si 



n,Oii'i... 



Co.,J.D 

Heat, imd Powar 
WortoiV.V.',^ 



Seaboard Electric Co., Ine.... 



, . .n«r,JosBf 

, Btamlord di Uorey 

i Standard Oil Co 

Standard Rollei Bearing Co... 



State Nonery Co. . 



BZPENDITUBB8 OV DBPABTHEHT OV iOBlOTJVCUVM. 



WBATHBR BUREAU — Continoed. 



"Omeral aspetuet, WiaPter Buremt, 1907, t630,000"--CoDXiaiM 



ItUeeOaneoiu ntpiiiet, etc^-CODt'd. 

8tav«l)r, JuD. A 

StvbblDi HardwucCo 

atebbloi, Robert 

Stwdwrt ACo., O. K 

fltMle. W. B 

Stenr ElM»tl<ial Work! 

aulk, an* 

BMosal, L. A 

Btapbni, J. H 

SMpbaiiMD, et>nl«r 

Btaniu, Bing. B 

BUtco*, Jno, h 

Btamuon, J. S 

SMnrt, Alex'r. 

Btlltt, diM. 8 

BtUuCo^Tlu 

etoJdlB, Hsiu 

Btonn & Erlokion HardvueCo.. 

BtonnoDt, David 

StrlnoMIaw, H. W 

Stuart, H. 

etunkei ft Co., W. A 

Btunook, Sari D 

Buck, Leo 

Supe, Otto 

Buthartand ftOarr 

Bwanion, Cart W 

Bwanaon, Viator B 

Bwarie, Balky & Co 

Sweeney Hardwaie Co., Tom. 

Bineney, J. U 

Swlft.F.D 

■ Bwlft Co., I. e , 

Swlneliart, D 

Taber- Prang Art Co , 

TuHima RoQwav and Power Co. . . 

Taooma Toilet duppl;Co 

Taft.C.E 

Taylor'ACo',"o.'w.'.'.'.'!I!!"!!!!! 

Tttjiori w. hV.v.v.'.'"!!;:::::;;;: 

iSier.'Howardo'!"!!!^!!"!!!!! 

Tbatober Furnace Co 

Thayar & Lynn -_-....., 

Thill &llpUi'...'...'.'.V.V.X!!!!I! 

Tboanen, R. H 

Thomai Co., Arthur H 

ThomaB, OeorgeC 

Thoniai, J. AC. N 

ThomllnBon, A 

ThomJinion A Co 

ThompMin, Henry W 

Thompion,J.D 

TlionipBOaUanufaotuitiiaCo.,Tli« L. 

C 

Thomson A Dunlap 

Thorbam, Tho« 

Thorogood, Jamsi 

Thorp A Hoberg 

TletBQbftOh, V. J. 

Tlniman, A.J 

Tlnimaa, E 

Todd, George B 

TOQOpah SewBT and DrainasaCo . . 

Tonopah United WaterCo 

Topham, lamsa 3 

Town ol Flagitall 

Tmadiray ElBotrloCo 

Treasury Department 

TriolcByCo.,5. B 

Trine, Wmiani H 

Trlpple,C. J 



2.00 
24. H) 



MlieelUmtimt atpvUct, <(e.— Cont'd. 

Took, J. A... 

Tuctor, Thomaa. 

Tnlt A Oll)bi(IiiooTporated) 



1 Tuttle,EartW 

TnttlB, ForiMt 

I TwKord, O. N 

' TylBrACo.,F.C 

I Typewriter EmhaneB, Ilia 

Typewriter and ODoeBiroplFCo . . 

TyrreU,E. L iT.'. 

TadBrwood, B. J 

Jnderwood Typewriter Co 



Union 



U.BO 
2.0O 

laso 

41. SO 

e.DO 

18.35 

1.8) 

7.70 

247.9) 

10.00 

zziso 

1B.M 
18.00 

uoiso 






United Carriage Co. . . 

Cnlled StB(« Ala— ■- 

Vacuum House CI 

Vaetb, Richard... 

Valley aty Compieoiad Air Co.. . . 

Van Antwerp, E 

Van Bibber Roller Co 

Van Dsnn Hardware Co 

Vanderpool, C. P 

Van W&kle Trucking Co 

Vesder Manulacturlng Co., The... 

VenaWe, J. A 

Vincent, C 

Vinson, John W 

Von Blucher, Geo. A 

VonDaltter, Henry W 

Vorpahl.R. H 

Vulcan Machine Co 

' WBbaahR.R.Oo.,ThB 

Waohter.C.C 



fakedeld Water Co... 



Washburn Wire Co.. 

Washburn, W.W 

! Water Department ol 



Watts, W.H 

Waudi, KealyA ( 
I Weatberbee. W.J 
I WeborACo.,F .. 

"Vebstot Co., F. 8. 



33.00 

s.oe 

S90.00 



Western Electric Co 

WflHiBm Electrio Wo*» 

Newspaper nnloa,Tbe.. 



EXPENDITUBES OF DEPABTMENI OP AGRICULTUBE. 49 

WEATHER BUREAU— Coiitluned. 



MiietUaiuimi njrptia, <!(.— Coat'U. 

Westlund.O 

WhaltonjJ.C 

WhBBlook, T. A 

Whltoomb.Bi^F 

WUte, SlBdJ 

Whltinope, Alfred O 

Whltlranore A Son, C 

Wlyte, WarreoH 

WiehitftKugCo., The 

Wicbmaa & Co., H. F. (Ltmlted). . . . 

WlaUord Light and Water Co 

Wldnuui. J.C. it Co 

Wiendilok, H. H 

WUbum, W. L 

WUd & SteveDS, (iDoorporated) 

Wile; ii RuBiell Manulacturing Co . . 

Wiley i Bona, John 

Wiley, Wm 

Wiley, W.M 

Wllka, E. a 

Williams, O. R 

WilllamB, I. N 

Wllliama, Brown & Eorie 

WlUluDBon Towel Supply Co 

wmis, J. I 

Wi1ll>, Smith, C»ll CD.tlncoiporated ) 

WlllonghHy, L. F 

WOeon Haniware Co 

WHbod, UDbie 

WlnBaid, E 

Winston, R. L 

Wise* Co., Ben 

Wolnert Hardware Co., G. W. .. 
Wolverton, A. D 

WomIl'../. I. \\'.V ".'.'.'.'.'.' ".'.'.'.'. 

Woad.WilHam 

WoodliouBe.C. H 

Woodhouw, J. F 

Woods & Johnson 

Woodward, E.O 

Woodward & Lothiop 

Woodworth.Ed. A 

Woolever, W.8 

Wroten.J.A 

YtIetr,B■l^" "'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.. 

Yatea A Co. (Incorporated) 

Young Building Co. (Limited), Alex. 

Yonng, Cbarlee W 

YouDE, Henry 

YoiMg,J.R 

YooDgA Hughea 

. Yoongberg, Carl Q 

Zeliler, 0«om & Leonard 

Zlnunerman Hardware Co 

Zlon'B Cooperative Hemantlle li 
tatlon., 

FunituTt. 

AustiQ.Clelaod 

Baker Otlloe Fumltun Co 

Bannlner. W. H 

Barber & Bon 

Barrrtt, Hlcke A Co 

Bau & Harbam 

' BeggaCO-.Ttie David C 

BeuTDIetonon Co 

BeDtaU.H.U 

BUIeolT & Bro*., W. L 

Boer, John J 

BrsMmerCo., The John 

S. Doc. 425, 60-1 — 



5 CarpenterCo,. The W. B 

O! Chamberlain Co., The 

I' Cohunbia Lumber ManufaHnring Go. 

S I' Cooper, W. A. L , 

■ CunQlngham, Arch 

Cunnlmham, CurtiB i Welch Co 

m U. S. court 4ioaee and post- 






Sakle, 



e, The. . 

0, L. K... 



l«Hotue FumiehlngCa.. 



Georgia Stimson Fumiture and Car- 

GeoorM & Sons, I ' 

aottfrled Furniture and Caipet Co.. . 
Great Succeaa Furniture and Carpet ' 

Co -„... 

Qrimee-Stasalorth Stationery Co 

Ounn FuraitureCo 

Hsckfleld & Co. (Limited), H 

Hall Stationery Co., The 

Hardy Furniture Co. 

HargerABllsh.. 

Havens Co., The Joseph D 

Herins & Cr "' " 



l&fiO 

34.60 

1&«I 



Hooke. W. I 



Hopp & Co., J.. 



Co... 



Ueichants Exchange. The 

Meyer i Tholhelmer 

Miller, Davia Printing Co 

MiUer, Tbomaa 

HIllB Electric Co. 

Moore. W. L 

Moses ik Sous, W. B 

Mower, W.K 

Neal. Ood & luglls Co. , The. . . 



12. BO 
iBT.TS 



13. 30 

am 

19.80 



Remington Typewriter Co 

D Royall ic Borden Fumltun Co., The. 

Schoal, Willlani 

9 , Sherm, Hardy Supply Co. ' 

d I Shoten, Sayegusa ; 



EIPENDITUBBS OP DEPABTMENT OP AGEICULTUBE. 
WEATHER BUREAU— Cotttlmied. 



Num. 


Amount. 


Name. 


Amount. 




tuoo 

30.50 
13L2fi 
2.50 
9.00 

i&ra 

32.00 

21130 
lOiOO 
5100 

as 

231 CO 

al 

l&OO 

M 

■ .11 

ssaei 

122.38 


Jwl-Contlnued. 


198. 3g 
113.36 
3,90 

mw 

StLSO 
1S2.M 






























PKwter, George E., )r 




Sydnor & Hundley llDoorporated) . . . 






191.23 














11 

21. SO 




















230.97 








TSonIsTlltei^3' Manii&rtUrtii^ 






W1(im«n*rii,fl T> 








ii 
































WIttonbsrgACo., C. F 

Wonderhard, Chester 










9,488.«1 

161 to 
3.20 

■is 
!B 

10.80 
35.60 
W.OO 

!i 

210:20 

24.00 
£6.36 
14. TS 
36.00 

e.*i»; 

IB. 00 
7.00, 
93.00 

M 

30.' 00 
70.00 




jw: 


Total 




fnrfpW. 


















11 5S 




AtoUaon. Topeka and Sacta Fa Rwy. 


B[ise?w.w.'.*.';;:;;:;:;:::::::;:;::: 


429.17 




BalttmoiB and Ohio R. R. Co'.'."." !!? 




17.50 




1132 




Boetouand Albany R. R., New York 








3.60 
13.06 












Campbell, P. D.. 




178 




Central R. R. Co, of SlvJenej. 






Charleston and Wenem Camllns 








gBr.S,-SoT»".|-?."-:::::: 


**y 


POTd&Dumi Fuel and Feed Co 






arlffln, W.J 


Chicago, Burlington and Quincy 






Chicago Great Weetero Rwy. Co 


1.55 










Chicago, Peoria and 8t, Louis Rw^'. 


S^ 










Chi<!ago, flocli iBlaud and Pacific 










OmahaKwy.Co ". 






16.99 



EXPENDITUEES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGBICITLTTJRE. 



WEATHER BUREAU— Contluued. 

ended Jv. 
iw. 1907, J 



Report of exvendUwet for the Jkcal year ended June 30, 1907, under appropritUwn 
"General experuet. Weather Bwea" ""''' '^^n iiiM"—f^r,tinnoA 



jyeiffW— Continued . 

Clncliinatl, Hamilton and Dayton 

Ctavebnd, Ciocionati. Chiisgo, and 

8t. Loola Rwy. Co 

Colorado Midland Rwy. Co 

Coluaa and lAke Railroad 

Daris, Tamer* Co. 
Delaws ' ■ 



B. R. Co 

Denver, Northwe 






1 and Pftolflc 



Denver and Rio Grande R. R,Co. .. . 

DetroltandHacklnawRw;. Co 

Eastern Steamship Co 

Evannllle and Tern Haute R. R. Co 

Florida Bast Coast Rwy. Co 

OalveBton. Hanliburg and San An- 

U tonio Ewy. Co 

Oaniner,If.B 

OflOiKlaR.R.Co.. The 

Grand Rapids and Indiana Rwy. Co. 

Qiand Trunk Rwy. Co 

Great Northern Rwy. Co 

Humboldt Staamihfp Co., The 

lUlnoiB Central R.R. Co 

Uwaco Rwy.and Nartgation Co., The 
Inter Island Steam Navigation Co., 



Ltd.. 



1 and Great Northern 

R.K.Co 

Lake Shore and Uichlgan aouUiem 



Lehtgh Valley R. R. Co . 
LlLWCo., The Chfts. H.. 
Long Island R.R."- ' 
LoiaBVilleaDi?""' 



Nashville R.R. Co... 



llallory Steamahip Co 

MichlganCentralR.B-Co 

UfnneapoUsand St. Louis R. R. Co. . . 
UiSBouil. Caoaas and Teiaa Rvy. Co. 

MlMOurt Paciflc Rwv. Co 

NansgansettPleiR. R.Co 

New Bedford. Marthas Vineyard and 

Nantncket Steamboat Co 

New Orleans and Northsasteni R. R . . 
New YorbCeutraland Hudson River 

R.R.Co - 

New Yorlc New Haven and Harttoid 

R.R.Co 

New Yorkand Farto Rico Steamship 



(. Philadelphia e 



id-Norfi 



. m Steamship Co., Ltd 

Oreson Rollioad and Navigation Co . . 

OrBeonShortUne R.R.Co 

PonnsylvaQla R.R.Co ..I 

Peoinsulai and Occidental Sleamshlp 

Co 

Fen Muquette R.R.Co i 

Pinet Sound Navigation Co i 



nd, Fredrlcksburg . 

moo R.R.Co 

St. Loulaand Hannibal Rwy. Co I 

St. Loulaand Ban Francisco R. R. Co.: 



FriioW— Continued . 

San FranooiB County Rwy. Co. . 
San Pedro, Los Angales and Salt Lalm 

Seaboard Ait Line Rwy. Co 

Southern PaclBc Co., The 

Southern Rwy Co 

Spreclcels* Bros. Co., J. D 

Star Union Une 

Toledo, Peoria and Western Rwy. Co. 

Colon Pacific R. R. Co 

Vlcksburg, Shrevi^iort and Padflc 

Wabash Railroad Co 

Washington County Rwy, Co 

Waahlngton Southern Rwj 

Western Maryland R. E. Co 

Weatern Rwy. of Alabama — .■ 

Wisconsin Central Rvfy. Co 

Total 

Adams Express Co 

American ExproBs Co 

Union Espresa Co 

United States Eipresa Co 

Total 

Teltgraph. 

Atlantic DeForeatWIrelesB Co 

Cocvallla and Baatem R. R, Co 

Direct West India Cable Co., Limited . 
Great Northern Telegraph Co., Llm- 

Ited.The 

Great Northwestern Telegraph Co., 

oJ Canada 

Harper, J. T 

International Ocean TelegraphCo 

JocksonvlUe and St. Jotana Bar Tele- 

Relley laland'aiid Siindii^ Cable 

UanioDi wir^ess Teiegrai^ Co., of 
America 

Uarconl Wireless Telegraph Co., ol 

Marthas Vineyard Tijegraph Co 

MlTmaipolls,3t.Faul and Sault Sta, 

Marie Rwy. Co 

Pacific Btatoi Telephone and Tele- 
Poet^ TelOTaph CaWeCo 

Put In Bav Telegraph Co 

Wast India and Paoiuna Telegraph 

Co., Limited 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Ttlephmt. 

Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee 
Telephone Co 

Amarlllo Telephone Eichange 

AahevUle Telephone and Tetegyaph 
Co 

BellTelephoneCo.. oEBuflalo.Tbe.., 

BeU Telephone Co., ol Missouri. The. . 

Bell Telephone Co.. of Philadelphia. 
The - 

Benile Connty Telephone Co 

Blutt Oty Telephone Co 

Cairo Telephone Co , ^^. 



mm 

42.00 

im.u 



41.50 



EXFENDITUBES OF DEPABIHEKT OF AOBICULTUBE. 



WEATHER BUEEIAU— Contlniied 



retepAoru— Continued. i 

Csp« Vlnccmt TelraAonc Co i 

CapKOl aty Tciephooe Co 

CBplta]TelephoneuulTclegT>pbCo..l 

Carr, J. C | 

Central District and Printing Tele- , 

graph Co., The... ' 

Central New York 

T6l«raphCo 

Central Telephone and 

Co., of New York 

Central Urilon Telephoai 



Chesterfield Telephone end Telegraph 



CUcago Td^hane Co. . 



phone Co., The 

atlEeni Telephone Co ' 

ClerelaiHl Tdephaoe Co | 

CdoiadoTal^honeCo., The 

CdmnbU Electric Street Railway . 

Ll^t and Powcs Co 

Columbia Tdephone Co 

Cotunibus Cltliens Telephone Co 

Concordia Telephone Co , 

Consolidated Tel^boneCo 

Consolidated Telephone, Telegraph i 

and Electric Co 

Conaolldated Telephone Conipanlea ot 

I Telephone and Tele^ I 



graph 
Curanoi 



Co.. 



lAogaTei^oneCo., The... 
Ota Central Tel^hone Co., 

corporated 

DaneCoDntyTdephoDeCo 

Celavaie and A^luitlc Telcffl 

and TelegT*^ Co 

De^la Lata Imprannnnt Co... 



Empire State Te 



FiDDtlar Ttiwbone Co., The 

Oaucta TcjqAraM and Telenaph Co. 
OnuNorthacnTriqihDiieErichange. 



Ql«t NorthetD Telqihooe Co. . . 



18.00 
31 OO 

so.m 



Indipendent Long Distance T^e- 1 

Independent T^ephone Co., Taylor, ' 

Independent Telephone Co., Topeka, i 

Indlanapolla T^^one Co 

Interstate Independent Telephone 

and Telegraph Co 

Iowa Trtephone Co 

Ithaca TdephoneCo 

Eanaaa City Home Teieibtne Co., 






Eentone Tejephone Co., ot Phlladel- 

KWwii Telephone Co I ! ! . " ! 

Knox Telephone and TslegraidiCo... 

La Croue Telephone Co 

Lewis, R.L 

LoiUavUls Home Telephone Co., The. 



l'eJ<)>h(Htf— Continued 

Maryland Telephone and Telegraph 

Meridian House Telephone Co 
Michigan State Telephone Co 
Mississippi ^ alley Telephone Co of 

Missouri and Kansas Telephone Co 
Uutual Telephone Co (Iowa) 
Mutual Telephone Co (Pa i 
Mutual TelephonaCo (H I) 
Nebraska T^epbone Co 
New England Tdephone and Tele- 
New York and New Jersey Telephone 



Nortti Arkaneaa Tetepbone Co 
North Dakota Independent Tele- 
phone Co 
Northfleld \ t , Telephone Co 
North Platte Telephone Co 
Northwestern Tefephone Exchange 



Pacific Btates Telephone and Tele- 

Paiesthie 1 elephone Co 
Peebles W B 
Peninsular Telephone Co 
Pennsylvania Telephone Co 
Fenplei Telephone and Tdegrsph Co 

r» ""-imbone and Trtegraph Co 

I Tele-"""- '"- 



FroyidcnM TfJephone Co 

Rio Vlita Tdephone and Telegraph 

Roberts Telephone and Electric Co 

The 
Bocky Uountaln Bell Telqihone Co 
KoBwell Telqihone and Hanulactnr 

San Antonio Telephone Co , The 
Sandusky Telephone Co The 
Santa Te Eleotric Telephone Co 
Sharpe & Bust 
Shreveport Telephone Cr 
=-'-' '"' Tefeph 



Soittfiem Bell Telephone and Tste- 
gr^ih Co oi Va 

Southern Nevada Consolidated Tele- 
phone and Telegraph Co 

Southern New England Telephone 



graph Co 
Sunset Telephone and Tdegraph Co 
Telephone Co ol flonth Jersey 
Toledo Homs Telephone Co , The 
Topeka !• Independent Telephone 

Tri State Telephone and Telegraph 

Tucker Telephone and Telegraph Co 
Tyrrell County Ttiephone Co 
Union Telephone uid Electilo Ll^t 

Vtib Independent Telephone Co 



BIPENDITURES OP DEPARTMENT OP AGEICULTUBE. 



WEATHER BUREAU— Continued. 



relspftoiK— Contli 

. . Ungton Coontv Ti 

WBHtBcn ElBctdo Trlep, , - 

Wldilta In<tep«Ddmt O^ephone 
WnuuuMi (Aaaty T«lepfioae Ci 

ViKOiutn Xdraiioiia Co 

WyUu HntOHlTdniione Co. . . . 

W^thCTlUe TdapIuawCa 

TuktOQ Tttep&otCo 

Yotlc State Tdephoue Co 

Zenith Telaphone Co 



Adams, Orson, (r 

Amerlcanaurety Co, oJNew York... 

AshevlUe Llbiaiy Aasodatlon 

Aahurat. Elizabeth L 

Baldwin, Charles 

Bank of Tehama County (Red Bluff, 



Bank oi WytbeTtlle 

BoacheV.Chae-M' "*!..!.!*!!!.!. 

Brown Urdveralty 

Boel, Charles J 

Bubne, DiUle L.; Pratt, Mary C; 
Buhne, Oeargle C; Buhne, Sophie 



dumber (^ Commercs BuUdinf. . . 

Cbamioal BuUdinz Co 

CItiieiu Bank ol Notlalk 

(aty Bank and Trust Co 



Oltyol 

<aark,D.H 

Qeary Bros 

Coke, KatoF 

Commissioner ol the ii^ta'li'.' 



id Improvemenr Co... 



Dann.'Wm.Tf.! '^ '.'.'. ['."'.]'.'. 

Diai, Angel, saCate oC 

Dooly, John E 

Dyal-Cpehiuioh Investment Co 

Eropfie Building Trust 

Farmers' Deposit National Bank:, The. 
Farmers' National Bank ol Fresno . . 
First National Bank ol ifallspel, The. 
Fint National Bank of Portland, 

The 

Fitzgerald, Harry J 

Frajer, AJioeK 

Fraternal Ball Association 

Fnanont Lvnnber Co 

. Fidler, Earnest P 

Oelger, Adam 



Heory, agent lor Boston 



Haydeu Co.TThe 
Hayden, Uaggie 
Bazell, Louisa.. 



1, SCO. 00 

i,7ia oo i 

MO.Od, 
1,200.00 



HiokB, Yata, agent.. 



ughea&Co., Ed. 8.. 



JsffiH & Co., L. M 

Keating, Fannie L., deceased,e i 



Los Aneeles ....... .. 

LovensBold, O, C... 
Lovett, Qeoige L. - . 



Mari('M 

UaSabe, Jose ............ 

Matthleesen, Frederick W. .. 



Nicholas Building Co., The 



ir Press Co., The. . . 



Roach, F. Norman I 

Kolle, H I 

Rosa, D. Hope I 

n^lSa:■Mftt^3te»mPaolratCo., The,..^ 

S4it', f;w I 

.Shelden.MaiyE ' 

^il^, E: Uihier, agent 

Smith, John B I 

tohth, IWIIaid A 

aflrtejyur Savings In the City of 

deiefaad I 

Tacoma Chamber of Commerce Build- < 



Title Guarantee Loan and Trust 
Vnlon Trust Building Co., Limit 
Van Deventer, James and Let 
Floumoy. . 



Qua and electricity. 



Abilene Light and Water Co 
Alpena Electric Light Co... 
A. and M. CoUege of Kentoc 
Amariiio Water, Light, and i 



32. OS 
6139 



64 EXPENDITUEES OF DEPABTMENT OF AGBICULTUEE. 

WEATHER BUEEAU— Continued. 

Report of expeTuHtureg /or the fiscal year ended June SO, 190T, under appropriation 
"General erpeiMM, Weather Bureau, 1907, $630,000"— Continued. 




Anole^n Electric and QoB Co 

AflheTUJe Electric Co 

Ashland Light, Power, and Btreet 
KaUwayCo. 



AtUntlc Electiio Light and Foner 
Benton Harbor and St. Joseph Elec- 



Biloii Electric Hallway and Power 

Co 

Board ol Fin and WaUi ConunlB- 



ortvKvi, n . o --..,- 

Bruah Electric Li^t and Power Co . . 

BuiiiuRtoc Light and Power Co 

Cape Hay Light and Power Co., The 
Charleston Coneolldated Rallwa}'. 

Oae, and Blectilc Co 
CliarletoLi Electric Light Plant 
Chensy Sons, P H 
Citizens' Electric Co 
Citizens' Gas, Electric and Power Co 
CItiiens' Gas and Electric Co The . 
City at BeatOQville 
City of Harbor SprloKs 
City oi Lalce City 
City ol UUwaukee 
City ol Port Angeles 

City of Thomaa\*™ 

City Treasurer I Tacoma Wash.) 

Columbia Elwtric Street Railway. 

Light, and Power Co 
Conunerelal Electric Co The 

Commonwealth Electric Co 

"■■■"'■" " 3l New Jersey 



Consolidated Oae, Electric Light, and 
Consolldated'Electric' Light' Co.'of' 



Del kio Electric Light and Ice Co.. 

DevllB Lake Improroment Co 

Dooly, John E 

Duluth EdisoQ Electric Co 

Edison Electric Co., The 

Edison Bault Electric Co 

Electric Ltriit Co. (Manitowoc, Wis.) 
Electric Lfiht sad Power Co, (Mu- 



Elliabeth Qty Electric 'Llj^t'imd' 



Fall RIverElectrla Light ( 
FlagMaff Electric LI^Ci: 
Fort Smith "--^' — ' ■"— 



Gloucester Electric Co 

Grand Haven City Electric Li^t Co. 

Grand Baplds E^sonCo 

Grand Rapids Qasllght Co 

Green Bay Gas and Electric Co 

Gullport and Mississippi Coast Trac- 



tion Co 

Havre Electric Co 

Helena Light and Railway Co. 
Horrick, Richard.. 



Hoiuhton County Electric Light C 
Hn^es Electric Co 



I Huron Village Eleci 

' (Ohio) 

iQdianapcUs Light a 
Kallapell Water and E 



Marblehead Municipal Light Depart- 



Menominee and MarquetM Light and 



Minneapolis Gas Llaht Co 

Minneapolis OeneraTEkictrleCo., The. 
Uoigan City Electric Co., Limited, 



MunlcliMil Electric Light Plant 

Maskeeon Traction and Lighting Co. 
Mutual Light and Water Co 



Nevada-Calilomla Power Co 

Nevada Power M. & M. Co.. The 

New Bedford Gas and Edison Light 



Oklahoma Oasand Electric Co 

Paclflc'oas and ElectticCo' .'."."! !!!!!! 

Palestine Eteotric Light Co 

Pascagoula Street Railway and 

Power Co 

PeUston ?:ieotrlc Co 

Peoples Gas and Electric Co. of 

Oswego 

Peoria Oas and Electric Co 

Port Arthur Water Co 

Port Huron Light and Power Co 

Port Lavaca Ice. Light and Power Co. 

Potter, Rae 

PowerDepartment (Bftyfleld, Wis.).. 
Quartermasters' Department .U.S.A. 

(Fort Yellowstone) 

Raleigh Electric Co 

Red Wing Gas Light and Power Co. . 
RenoPower, Light and Water Co... 
Rockingham County Light and 

Power Co 

San Antonio Gas and Electric Co 

San Franci,'>co Gas and Electric Co. . . 

, Santa Fe Water and Light Co 

I Sheboygan Light, Power and Rail- 



EXPENDITUBES OP DEPARTMENT OF AQBICULTUEE. 



WEATHER BUREAU— Contlmiwl. 



Oai and cledricUy—ConXinvtil. 

Springfleld GuUgbtCa 

SpringflBia Light, Heat and PowB> 

Co 

Standard Oas and Electric Co 

Ktoaras Lighting and Power Co 

Sturgeon Bay Eleotrlo Light Plant . . 

Tonopah Light and Power Co . 

Town of Edenton 

Washburn Eloctrlo Light and Power 

WasWn^n Electrie Plant' .' "'.'.'.'.'.'. 

WtcMord Light and Water Co 

Wichita Electric Light and Power Co. 
Young Building Co., Lhnitad., Alex 

Total 

Frintltig and bindine. 

Amne Pubiiahing Co 

AUred, W. E 

Alvart & Petem Co., The 

ArlEona FuMlehing Co 

Aughlnbaugh, C. E 

Barron A Co. rw.'s.V.'.'.'!! "!!"!!! 

Batei, B. W 

Baojaiman, G.H.J 

Bean, Water* * Co 

Bectier A Eltet 

BedJord, W. a 

BaUCo.,J.P 

Bennett Printing House 

Bismarck TrlliDne Co 

Boletln Uercantile 

Sort Michael M 

Brelthampt Printing Co., 1' 

BtewBter, Qnlncy E 

Biidse.J.O 

BrIstolCo., TheS. A 

Blown A Power (Incorpoisted) 

Bryan Co., The E. L , 

BuDetln Pubiiahing Co. (Limited) . . . 

. BurkBCo.,TheJ.W 

Burlington Printing and Pabllshing 

Burrow, 0. W "..'. 

Calder, Fladger ACo 

Calder, CoiLQin A Co 

CaitonCo., The 

Chilton, W,P 

Clark, Frank K 

CoUter.O.F 

Comly. John 

Conunerclal Printing House 

Crane A Co 

DahlACo.,A.J 

DearingPrlntiiieCo., C. S 

Democrat Printing Co 

Democrat Prioting and Lithograph- 

Diapatch Printing and EngrsiingCo . 

DrewCo.,TheH. AW. B I 

Eberwein A Zohrudt I 

Edwarda A Broughton Printing Co.. I 

EUerton Carver Co 

EUlaBros 

Fidlar A Chambers 

Fink Stationery and Printing Co., . 

ThsF. J I 

Foote A DaviesCo 

Foster, Webb A Parkes 

Franklin Press, The 

Franks A Sona(IncorpoTaled), J. W.l 
Fresno Hepubltcfln PuldlahingCo.... 
FrledenwaldCo., The i 



Priming and bindino— Continued. 



Gtas) A Prudhomme 

Globe Book Binder 

Hackney AMoaleCo 

Hart, Hiram A 

HavenaCo., The Joseph D 

Hawaiian Gazette Co. {Lfanited The). 



Huron Printing 



Independent Bindery, The. . 

Inland Printing Co 

lola Daily Ke^ater 

Iowa Printing Co 

Jacobs A Hoftnos 



Kaeatner A Brown Co 

Kansas Fanner Co.. The. 

KellyACo 

Kenyon Printing and Man 



Keystone Printing Co 

KisUer Stationery Co. , The W. H . . 

Leader Pubiiahing Co 

I>egeman, W. A... . . . 

LongstaS, John.. 



McNeti,H.H.., 



l.ao- NewePrintingCo.. 

I , Nunemacher, F. C . . 

Peck, Henry II 



Bindery Co., The. 

PrintingCo 

,, Rose, George M. . 



' Rumles, GaleCo.. T 

Rui^icka, Joseph 

; St. I.oulH Bindery C( 



1 Schnepp A Barnes. . . 
Schulcr, John M 



[, Wm... 



)' siiv-iusAscWntackier;.';;:;:::": 

',' Stealer. Robert G 

Smith. Brooks PrintlogCo.. The.. 
; Star Printing House 
I State Journal Co. ( 

State Journal Co, (Virgini 
I State Pubiiahing Co 

Statesman Printing Co. . . 
I Stephens Publishing Co... 



2.20 StrickUnd, J. ^ 
' ■■ I Summers Print 



gCo.. 



EXPEKDITUKES OF DEPABTUENT OF AGBICDLTUBE. 



WEATHER BUEEAU— Continued. 



Printing and 6 ImKnp— Con tinned, i 

Srru»-YorkCo J3.CW 

Ttlegraph Herald PuhlirfiLngCo 3.09 

TImee-foanal Publlahing Co 135.70 

Todd, F. T 2.00 

TooC&Co.,3. C 3.00 

Triiuiylrania Co., The 2. 00 

Tree.J. WIU 22.00 

Til City Lltbonrapliing and Prlnt- 

Trtbone-Reporur PrintingCo.' 87.00 

Turk, John 2, 26 

Van BoAcbnan-Jones Co 2.9) 

Walker Bro». A Hardy 3.00 

Wendt & Rauwh Co. , The 3 00 

West, Frank A •... 2.50 

Western Newapaper Union. .-,---..- 5.33 

Woodruff-Collins PrintingCo 3. 50 

woin*sieiott e.oo 

World PutMishingCo ,..■ 19.25 

Total. 7,95».10 

Elmer & Amend 87.10 

Electric Storage BBtterj' Co., The....' 14.00 

Eriksson. John E . 100 

FUnt& WaUlnEUsnufscturingCo...' 2,234.25 

Friai, Jullen P , 7,837.70 

Gaertner *Co., Wm ' 70,00 

Gray & Sons, Petfr 144.50 

Qroen. Henry J 4,384.13 

QDIley, W. Ji L, E 8.00 

Ham, A. C 25.00 

Jenki. W. S 225.50 

Hooey, W. i D 19K.M 

Phuadelplila Thermontpter Co 427.50 

Queen 4 Co., Inc S89.M 

Rii*ard, J 1,217.27 

Schneider Bros 68. 10 

Taylor. Taylor & llolison (Limitedl. . 127.50 

Toepler A Sohn, Otto 17.21 

Warren, Henry E 99.98 

Total 17,574.74 

Trattl and Malion and fltid fsptniea. 

Abbe, C 19.16 

Adams, G,B 32.30 

AlolBlore, II. F 65.15 

Aleiander, W, II 9. 25 

Alps, II. F 19.91 

Andree, II. J lO.OO 

Armlngton, J. II 71.04 

Ashentoiger. A 3. IS 

Ashlpy, A. McC ". 159.41 

BaUey. W .75 

Baldwin, H, McP 52.35 

Balster, J. A 1.75 

Baiser, O. J. P 51.25 

Barron. W. £ 2.35 

Bartlett, J. L 15. 25 

Baealer. S. S 

Bate.H.C 

Bauer, J. W 

Beala.E. A 

Belden, W.S 

BeU. A.H 

BeU. W 

Bennett. W.J 

Berry.J.... 

BlgrlOB-jF.H 



Name. 
Trai'tl andtuxlion and field exptniei — 


Amoiint. 






tei'A!::::::::;:::::::;::::::::: 


S.0O 










in^f'rf::::;::;;:::;:::::::::::: 


28.80 






































ChapMLO.M 


38. IS 






&J^.ki-v;::::::::::::::::::::: 

CoMweU, D. B 


26.10 

11 


SIS;?;.?;:::::;:::;::;;:::::::;::: 




pSS^ii?;:::::::::::::::;:::::: 


h.10 
97. 8J 










Cu^^F. S. 


9.*5 










Demain.E.R 










385.00 






§i||e|F:L;:::::::::::::::;::::: 


4.00 

46. IS 


Drake, "tI'.F 


"■S 






Dyke, i. A 

iSSJif::::::::::;:::::::::::::: 
ffiKfc::::::::::::::::::::::: 


is 



99 Firestone, T. D.. 



54 Frantanneld,H.C.. 
50 FuUer.M.L 



57130 Olass.^. J.'.' 



EXPENDITUBES OP DEPARTMENT OF AQBICULTUEE. 57 

WEATHER HUIiEAU— Coiitiuiied. 

Report of eEpendituTa for theJUcal year ended June 30, 1907, under appropriation 
"General expenses, Weather Bureau, 1907, $630,000"— Coatimied. 



ra and field expenaei— 



Qaaaviaeh, F^ Z, . . 

Gnnt.R.Q 

OnHa.H.W 

Oray.i.J 

Ona, W. R 

OiiBiei, a. E 

Oroene.K. P 

Okmb, B. C 

Giover,J 

Onmow.D.C 

authrle.L.J 

Hactett.S 

Hadley, O.U 

HalQBB, E.H 

Harorlclc, A 
Haidinge, E 
Hare, w. B... 
H»rt,F.J.,jr. 



.R.U.. 



Haai-HBSeii, O 
Hayi]«n, J.C.. 
Hayea, U. W.. 
" — n.J.B.... 



HobhalH.E 

HOTite,M.R 

Howard, U.S.... 

Howa, B. C 

Howe, Van V 

HniM»hreys, W. J 
HntcDiecm, J. £. . 
Hratt, R, J 




.^U 


Name. 


Amount. 




Continued. 




te.36 
























1S.K 
































IlaiweU, L. V 




































































































O'Donnell J. J 
















^r4;w:a:::::::::::::::::::::::;: 






























17.60 








































370.30 
























































































































































72.36 


Shipnnin,T.fl 












imXE'D*..''.'.::;::;:::::::::::::;:: 



























EXPENDITURES OF DEPABTMEltT OF AGRICULTURE. 



WEATHER BUKE.4U— Coutluiied. 



N,m>e., 


Amount. 


K«ne. 


Amount. 


Travti and Malim and field txpouis- 
Continued. 


t«e.54 
ett.7e 

■:U 

i«e.2G 

248.70 

■s 

20: 51 


T....U^,.,^^^e.^- 






















Wali, F, J 








SS^^:;;;;:;-;:;;;;;;;-;::;: 


























strong, CM 


WhittiOT.B.B 

WlilmBjer,J. 1 






Wlest,E.S 




Summer, A. T 






'S'm 












5U.40 




S;?r.iiV£::::::::::::::::::::::: 




|Zg:SS,|?:.':::::::::::::::::::: 












?S^'?7 ^ 


Yeager, E. E 


.» 













- ended June SO, 1907, uwkr appropnation 



(Expenditures herei 



.| Telisrapli 



Line. 

Manoni Wl[«less Telegiaph Co. ol America do... 

Mareoni Wiralesa Telegraph Co. ot CanadB do... 

(LimiUd). 1 

Marthas Vluavard Telegraph Co do... 

Minneapolis, St. Paul and Gault Sle. Uarle do... 

Pacific States Telephone and Telegraph Co.. .■■ do... 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co..: do... 

Put4n-Bay Tel(«raph Co I do... 

Western Union Teli^rapli Co., The .( do. . . 

AlRhama, Mississippi, and Tennessee Tele- ' Telaphon 

Bell Telephone Co. ol Buffalo. The > do... 

Central Dlstrlot and Printing Telegraph Co., ' do. . . 



CitiieuB' Telephone Co 

Cumherlanit Telephone and Telegraph Co 

Central Telephone Co. (Incorporated) ... 



East Tennessee Telephone Co. . . 
Home Telepho— "- 
Iowa Telepnon 



AppK^ 


- 


S 

28! 


72 


' 3: 


76 


aa 


92 


m 


3» 


1 

170,3i; 


70 

60 
00 


159 
434 


20 


,,1 

4W 


E 

00 
00 



EXPENDITURES OP DEPAB.TMENT OF AOBICULTUBE. 



WEATHER BUREIAU— Continued. 



CO NTK A GTS— ContI nued. 



HIdilsaji SUM Tttephom Co 

New England Telopfiooe and TelfgiaiiliCD. . 

HllM,C7^ ™=B I- 



. . mTel^oneEiohangeCo.,Ths.. 

uiiiO Rlvec Telephone Co., The 

PaolAc Telephone and TelSKiapbCo., The.... 
FacUta Statss Telephone and Telegraph Co. . . 

Peeblea, W. B - 

Rooky Mountain Bell Telephone Co 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telwraph Co . . . 

. Tueker Telepbooe and TelwniihCo 

Trnell County Telephone Co., The 

Union Telephone and Elsotilo L^t Co 

Washington ConntT Teiaphona Co 

Direct Weat India Cable Co.. The (Limited) . 
Kelle; Island and Sandusky Cable Co. 



MiUer.JohnA 

Serrey, Alberto Construotioi 

ShoTCB, UlyBBea G "^ — ' — •'"' 

Woodironh, Ed. A 



Nature o( contract. 



Td^ihon 



ol buildtng at La Ciosse, 

of buUdfns at Iota, Kana — 
ot building at Sheridan, Wyo. 
ol building at Cbailea City, 



Miictllanamt, mpptitt etc. 

Alder, A. H 

Aider, J 

AUder.a 

Arnette, W. F.- 

Ashby,T.J 

Aahbj, W 

Ashby,W.F 

Baker, C.W 

Barber & Ron 

Bishop, Hany A 

Blair, Algernon 

BcomltawBrtckCo. 

CArtar'Fy/^'//".'"^'."" '.'.'.'.'.', 

Champ, N 

ChanpeJl, O.W 

ClaA, William F 

Coming, J. H 

Donil.U 

Dyer, Wm. H 

E[sea,Jt.T 

Emery, Eben H 

Evertiart, H. O 

Everhart, S. E 

Faestet, W 

Feltner, Arehie 

Feltner, A 

Field & Co., Heary K 

rari,}./////^\^V/".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

rurr,M 

General Flreorool Co., The 

OrlnHu, O. W 

Grove Lime and Coal Co., Tbe. . 

Honuner, F 

HommBr, W. 8 

Hummer. W.T 



K1.87 
130.1! i 
45.00 
138.87 , 
ieB.37 ' 

lfi7.S0 



Mi(««Ilai«ou« jup!ili«, e(c,— Cont'd. I 

Keiiey, Q !!!'.!!'.!!!'.!!".!!!'.! 

Kelley, O.W 

Keller, J 

Keilsy,0 ' 

Kellj.A 

Kluckhubn 4 Bni V.\V.'.\\V.\V.\'. 

I/ambleCo,, Incorporated, James B..; 

Lehman, William r 

Le8liB,.J, H 

Lloyd,A ' 

Lloyd, J. L 

Lloyd, R I 

Luncetord, J. H ' 

McCarthy, J. A 

McDonough, W. H 

Maborney, A ! 

Marti, C ..I 

MEirtE, F 



239.26 ^ 
174 7B |; 



Uayor and aldermen ol Birmingham.. ' 

Meroer, N , 

Mercer, S.H 

Mitchell Co., The M. C 

Moran Co., John I 

Murphy Co., inmroorated, E.J 



__.on,T.,jr. 

Poaton.T. F 

ProwBll Hardware Co. . 

Pyne,M.M 

, Quintftcd Land Co 

I Koaslyn Supply Co 

RudolphiWestCo.... 



EXPENDITUEBS OF DBPABTMBNT OP AQRICULTUBE. 



WEATHER BUREAU— Continued. 



Name, 


^.n.. 


Name. 


Aroount. 




238! ST 

11 








Dawbei^ and Montgomery State Co. 


X 










































^^"n A w 


Apparalai, inatmrnenli. and Ia5om- 

lory molerial. 
FUnt and Walling Manulw^turing Co. 






























. 






3i,*a..sa 











UnBipended balance 17,818. 66 

Etport of expenditures for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907, under appropriation 
"Buildinge, Weather Sureau, 1907,953,000." 



[Eipendituras hereunder i 



CONTRACTS, 
re also distributed among tl 



s foregoing groups.] 



Contractor. 


Natoraol contract. 


St 


Blair AlKemon 


Ala. 
Heating apparatus at Mount Weather, Va 
PlmnMig work at Mount Weather, Va.'. . . 
























._ 




_. 



Lump-fund aalariea: 

In Washington 

Outside of Washington. . 

HiKellaneous euppllea and « 



RECAPITULATION. 



a, equipment, hooka, machinery, ate. . 



Eipreaa 

Telegraph 

Telephone 

Rent 

Oas and electricity 

Apparatus, Instrumenta, and lahoiatorymatetlal... 

Prfiitlngandhlndlng 

Tiavel and station and field expenses 



re Weather Bureau . . 



eipendituree ur 
XTneipended bi 



ce September 30, IM7. . . 



Outstanding llabllltlea (eatimated)... 

Balance to be turned back to the Treasury (estimated).. 



ESPBNDITUBBS OP DEPABTMEKT OF AGBIOULTDEE. 61 

FBOJXCTB. 

The principal projects conducted by the Weather Bureau during the fiscal year 
ended June 30, 19t)7, were bb follows, with approximate cost in each case. The cost of 
theee projects has aho been charged in each case against the group to which it pertains. 

The general wort of the Weather Bureau outside of Washington, except the con- 
struction of observatory buildings, was carried on under the authority contained in two 
appropriations, viz, "Salaries, weather Bureau," from which all commissioned and 
temporary employeee were paid, and "General expenses, Weather Bureau," from 
which all other expenses were jiaid. The commissioned employees were located at 
206 stations, the majority of which served as centers for the prosecution of forecast, 
climatolt^cal, crop, river and flood work, etc., in the surrounding sections. The 
ofBciaJ in charge and the employees under him were eng^ed in the performance of 
the various lines of work that were carried on at each station. 'Hiis work haa been 
divided into projects, which are hereafter described. As an illustration: The official 
in chaive of tie station at New Orleans is in charge of the climatological work of the 
State of Louisiana, the forecasting of stages for the rivers within the State, the taking 
and recording of observations, the issuing of daily weather and temperature forecaete, 
the tnakine of frost and cold-wave forecasts for several States, the dissem.ination of 
storm and hurricane warnings, the collection and dissemination of special meteorolog- 
ical crop observations, ocean meteorological observations, the printing and issuing of 
weather maps, bulletins, forecast cards, etc. All of this work is done by the official 
in charge and his corps of assistants, much of it being done simultaneously, the total 
time devoted to any one project varying from day to ob^ according to existing weather 
conditions. The whole work is done in the same oflice, using the same furniture, 
stationery, and having a common expense for fuel, gas, electricity, etc. The work is so 
coordinated as to accomplish the greatest amount with the least expense, but the 
impracticability of determining an accurate cost of rent, gas, electricity, fuel, station- 
ery, furniture, and other miscellaneous expenses, and the exact sala^ cost for each 
line of work is evident. The condition at New Orleans is typical of other stations. 
Therefore the coet indicated for each project has been approximated, but it is reason- 
ably correct. 

No. 1. Administration. 

WitllB L. Uoore, Chiel ol Bureau In WaahinKtoD. 

Coit. 

Salaries in WashiMiton $122, 160. 00 

Traveling and field expenses 297.57 

Fuel, lights, repairs, supplies, etc 19, 842. 87 

Total 142,300.44 

No. 2. The Monthly Weathee Ebvibw. 

Cleveland Abbe, prolesioi of meteorology (WashlngtoD), editor. 

A summary of the weather of the month and the year showii^ average temperature 
and other cliinatological data ior about 3,500 land stations in the United States. The 
aim is to present the meteorological conditions for each month bo that the weather of 
any part of the United States can be easily compared with that of any otlier, or witii 
any portion of the world. 

Cott. 

Salaries $4,200.00 

Traveling and field expenses 19.18 

Ptqwr, composition, presswork, etc 12,660.00 

Total 16,869.16 

No. 3. Forecast Work. 

Edward B. Oarrlott, pioteaaorotmel«orolog7(Wagbliigton), In charge. 

(a) Weat}ier and Umperature foreetuU, — Made twice daily for all States; based upon 
obenratioDS of meteorol^cal conditions made at about 230 stations in the United 
States, the West Indies, Hawaiian Islands, Alaska, the Azores, Iceland, Canada, and 
a few points in Eurppe and Asia. 



..ntX>^IC 



62 BxPBNDiTUEBS OF depabt;m:ent op agbicultuee, 

(6) Storm Wamiiige. — Waminga of etorma likely to imperil shipping; distributed by 
telegraph, telephone, and other expeditious means to all ports on the Atlantic, Pacific, 
and Guli Beacoaete, and Great Lakes that are within the threatened zone. 

(c) Cold viave». — Advices of coming of cold waves given in threatened districts 
twelve to thirty-six hours in advance by means of telegraph, telephone, mail, flag sig- 
nals, etc. 

(<ij Frott warninge. — Issued during crop-growing seasons in the interest of fruit, 
truck, tobacco, and other growers, 

(e) Hurrvxme wamxngt. — Special advices to threatened districts on Atlantic and 
Oulf coasts of approach of West Indian hurricanes. 

(/) Heavy tnow wamingi.—For the benefit of tiansportation lines both in and out 
of cities. 

(q) The daily distribution of forecasts and meteorological information by maps, 
bullettns, forecast cards, etc. 

Cott. 

Salaries *364,465.60 

Traveling and field expenses ,. 9, 486. 20 

Miscellaneous supplies and expenses 319, 136. 10 

Total 693,087.90 

No. 4. River and Flood Sbrvicb. 

HanrC Frankea]l«ld, proteBBor of meteorolog; (Wuhington), in charge. 

For the staging of rivers and the issuing of daily forecasts of water stages and of 

flood warnings in the interest of commerce and navigation and for the saving of life 

and property. 

Coit. 

Salaries 143,631.87 

Traveling and field expenses 1, 047. 33 

Miscellaneous supplies and expenses 34, 81L21 

Total 79,490.11 

No. 5. Cranbbbrt Harsh Investiqations. 

Hairr J. Cdi, prolesaor of meteorology (Chicago), In charge. 

Conducted in the marshes of Wisconsin for the purpose of improving; frost warnings 
tor benefit of this industry, which is peculiarly suDJect to dami^ by nost. 

Cott. 

Salaries $650.00 

Traveling and field expenses 300.00 

Miscellaneous supplies and expenses 50.00 

Total 1,000.00 

No. 6. CuKATOLOGicAi: ANO Crop Work. 

Jun« Berry, Cblel at DMaion (WMhingUm), In chuge. 

(a) Clinuitoiogical ifori. — Establishing the climatology of the United States by 
means of meteorolc^caJ observations taken at regular stations and by about 3,600 
cooperative observers located in each county of the United States. The data for each 
State are collected monthly at a r^ular station designated as the State center, and 
published in quarto size. 

(6) MaeorolomcaX erop report*.— Special observations of weather, precipitation, and 
temperature taken at about 290 places in the great cereal and cotton belts and tele- 
graphed daily to district centers, where they are issued in bulletin form tor the benefit 
of the com, colton, sugar, rice, and wheat interests. Weekly bulletins giving the 
summary of weather conditions for the preceding week that have had marked bear- 
ing on crops are printed and issued &om each State center. 

Cott. 

Salaries 1109,596.54 

Traveling and field expenses 2, 325. 00 

Miscellaneous supplies and expenses 76,749. 13 

Total 188,670.67 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPAHTMEKT OP AGBICULTURE. 68 

No. 7. Ocean Meteoboloot. 

HflnryL, Helakell, Chief of DiviBlon (Washington), in charge. 

(a^ Ocean meteorology wort. — The collection of meteorolt^cal and physical infor- 
mation pertaining to the oceane for vessels of war, of commerce, etc., plotting the 
data on daily synoptic charts, etc., and the preparation of data for use in the 
monthly pilot charts of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans issued by the Hydrographic 
Office. 

(b) VetBtU reporting. — The arrival and departure of paesing veceele for the benefit 

of commerce and navigation at certain stations located on the Atlantic, Gulf, and 

Pacific coasts. ^ 

Cost. 

Salaries $14,113.44 

Traveling and field expenses 250.00 

MiscellaneouB supplies and expenses 1,7)2.02 

Total .- 16,076.46 

No. 8. Research Observatory. ( 

William J. Humphreys, piofeHsor of meteorological physics (Mount Weather, Vn.), In cbarge. 

For conducting meteorological obervations for the improvement of weather fore- 
casts, warnings, etc. 

(a) Meteorol<«ical obeervation station work. 

(b) Studies of the atmosphere at the surface of the earth, and at various altitudes; 
determinations of its temperature, moisture content, pressure, state of electrification, 
direction, and mc^itude of its movements, its cloudiness, dust content, absorption of 
light, of heat, and of electric waves, and its various other properties. 

(c) Solar investigations, involving a careful measurement of tne insolation, or amount 
of solar energy reaching the earth m a unit of time, the sise and distribution of sun 
spots, faculse. and prominences; and an especial effort to detect all chains in the 
roistered amounts of the solar ener^. and a careful effort to refer these changes to 
their real causes, whether of terrestrial or of solar origin. 

(d) Terrestrial m^netism— a study of the regular and of the irregular changes in the 
magnitude and direction of the earth's magnetic force, in connection with other terres- 
trial phenomena and with solar activities of all kinds. 

(«) Laboratory investigations — the reproduction under controllable conditions of 
various meteoroli^cal phenomena, and experiments that may aid in explaining the 
origin and laws of weather conditions; also the construction and standardizing of 

Note.— Investigations classed under (b) and (d) are now being made, and prepara- 
tions are being made for other lines of work as indicated. 

Cost. 

Salaries $14,189.33 

Traveling and field expenses 300.00 

Miscellaneous supplies, apparatus, etc 10,212.33 



Total 24,701.66 

No. 9. Instruments. 

Charles F. Uarvln, Prolesaor of Ueteorology (Washington), in charge. 



Coat. 

Salaries 321,926.88 

Traveling and field expenses 49,60 

Miscellaneous aupplies and expenses 19,816.46 

Total 41,792.83 

i=,9,li.edbyG00gIe 



64 EXPENDITUBES OP DEPARTMENT OF AGBICULTUBE. 

No. lO.^lNaPECTION" OP STAnONS. 

Norman B, Conger, inspector, Detroit, Mich.; Henry B. Saaey, Inspector, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Two oBicials who are charged with the inspection of the petsonnel, records, and serv- 
ice at the 206 regular stations of the Bureau. 

Cost. 

Salaries $4,479.17 

Traveling and field expeneee 1, 878. 06 



No. 11. Telegraph Service. 

Jease H. Roblngon, Chiel of Division (Washington), In chaigB. 

The collection and dissemination of observations, reports, forecasts, warnings, etc., 
including the maintenance and repair of telegraph and cable linee. The Government 
owns the following telepuph and cable lines, which are maintained for the securing of 
meteorological observations and in the interest of navigation, including the reporting 
of wrecks and marine casualties. 



Froia- ■ 


ofSffi. 


lines. 


SiS!£MrSi.S?l»;»:r:;-::::;;-;:::;-:::::-::::::::::::::: 


24 

i 

8J 





































CQSt. 

Salaries ?17, 863,44 

Traveling and field expenses 452. 66 

Miscellaneous Buppliei and expenses 561. 11 

Total 18,877.21 

No. 12. RECORDa. 
Frank H. Bigelow, proteesar a[ meteorology (WasbinKton), in charge. 
Taking observations, correcting and compiling the meteorological records made by 
the Bureau at all regular stations. 

Coat. 

Salaries $68,107.84 

Traveling and field expenses 403.22 

Miscellaneous supplies and expenses 18, 299. 13 

Total 86,810.19 

^B ( Washington), in charge. 

. ^ ish offices 

conditions for accurate observations, and living quarters. 

Bvildingi erected and coit. 

Anniston, Ala $14,860,44 

Birmingham, Ala 16.178,06 

Charles City, Iowa 12,304 99 

La Crosse, Wis 15,642.93 

Mount Weather, Va. (2) 21,08a 48 

Sheridan, Wyo 13, 89a 10 

Tola, Kans 12,018.89 

Total 105.983.89 



EXPEITDITUBES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGBICULTURE. 66 

BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY. 

Report of expenMura /or the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907. under appropriation. 
"Salaries, Bureau of Animal Industry, 1907, fS4,780." 
STATUTORY 



K... 


Title and rate. 


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and flsld 
eipenees. 






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1,281 

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00 

00 

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00 
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00 
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00 
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30S.M 
250.00 

Is 

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BXPENDITITBES OF DEPARTMENT OF AQBIGULTUBE. 
BURRAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY—Continued. 



STATUTORYaALARIES— Continoed. 




FattoD, ^, Uatia. 

Biei, ColnuD 

l£al07, Edward J. 
fltedman, Royal C. 
Thompioa, R. E, L. 
atedman^Wm, P. 

Perry, 6i 

ShlmoDeck. Wm. C. 
Stedman, R. O 
wmiams, F. S. 
GopW, Lpnn B . 
CBBBell, A. (. 
Hollldge, A. 
Perry, J. M 
BarUn, 3. 8.... 
Cassell, A.C... 
Pumps, Atmle 

Wesley, Charlei 

SbeeTer, Oeoise W. 
Berlin, 3. S.... 
Mi[lllps, Acnte 
CBBtlem— ° ^ 



Mtary. 


atatioD 


1596.87 














ts3.ii 


^'Kjnnn 


62. 2S 






































Si 























LUMP-FUND SALARIES. 



Name. . 


Title and rate. 


SH 


Bipansea. 


7n WaiMngum. 




13,000.00 
3,000.00 
2,000.00 
3,000.00 

'■'SS 
i;ffi:!8 

2,SK.O0 










ffiia,ffiSSaffl?":."'~ 


B-?, 


































BupartntcndBnt, ejperlment atatlon, at 12,600.. 


2;ooo:oo 


ilt>i 




Assistant In animal husbandry, at 11,500 






















Assistant In bloohemic divlalan, at (1,200 and 


2,000.00 






















JffiKiSISSSSiSSSSSilJS:;:: 




Halt. Oeoige H. 


ii-w 



BZFBNDIItTBBS OF DBPARTMBITT OF AGBIOTTLTTTBE. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LTIUP-PUND SALARIBS— CaatlQued. 



In IFotiUnfMn— Continued. 
Bookley^obn 8 



Brami, 'E.^ 

Haaioll. Albert. . 

Cotton, W.E 

PoimiUI, B. J 

Btett.O.W 

CaTe,R<>7A 

Slocum, Rob. R. . 

aray,C. B 

White, B,D 



Lutlmer, V. J '..'.. 

While, Q. Franktbi. . . 



Plica, T.k... .:'.".".'.'.". 

Dexter, Wm. HHit... 

Stuart, Dtuicnn 

TUfey, Frank W 

Davias, L. B 

Orayb[U,H.W 

Hall, Uauiioe C 

SteveiuoD, £. C 

Raub, BnthD 

Hector, F.L 

Blley, Edward H 



Shore, H.J... 



•nmborfflke.T.O.. 

Davis, B.J 

iDKsnoL, E. H 

Btereton, Louise. . . 

Parka, a. H 

Bareee^J. Boas... 

FarkB, Karl £ 

LocklcJ.A 



Chapman, Leol> B 

OMdner, Sdlth F 

Lambert, UfcT A 

l^nalUe, L. A. 

IbAriand, Hattle B.. 

Sdieele, Uabel A '.. 

Shsiman, Carollus B. . . 



PhinEi»,£'llaM....! 

Stannwr, W. S 

DDTall, Louin 

Stein, 6. B 

Baldwin, Henry B . .. 
Walsra, Joseph H... 

WMdTbllUbMh' j' [ '. 

Fogarty. John P..... 
LIraan. Hnntei B 



AaaUtant psthologiat. at tl3X> 

Aaalatiuit physiolwlBt. at 11,400-..^...---' 
Aaslstantm loolo^cal dlTlalon. attl,S<X) .. 

Expert MBlstftnt, ftt ll*« 

Eiroert laboratory aeelstant, attl.UM 

Asastaiit, ttt»l,20B 

Beidbook aaatstant, at 11,200 

PoHltrvaaalstant, at«,200 



dalryntfin, atil,eoo:. 

Dairy inapQctor, at tl,WO.. -...--..- 

Expert In dairydlviitlon,attTl1perniontb.. 

Veterinary in'apec'tor, at 12.666 snd ia]s66, ai 
asaociatBditefofdtvlalon,at»2.aOO. 

Verarlnarv inspector, at tl.COO, 11,600, an 
(1,800. 

Special agent, at tl,809 

Scieotmc aaslatant, at tl,S0(). 



SctentiSc aaslatani, at »i,vwu nnu *i,'uu. 
BclentlOo aselstant, at IMO and 11,000... 
~ ■ "" ■ ' i,atl840 



..do.. 






LahoretoryaexIsteE 

ant, at 11,400. 
Laboratory helper, 
Laboratory helper, 
Laboratory helper, 

ntlcroscoplsc, 
. . . ,at«,«00...- 
Architect, St tl,400 



Qerk, at tS40 and teOO... 



(480 and (S40. . 



Laboratory olerk, at (1,200 

Library clerk, at (900. 

"'— ■- -'inographar,andtypewrlter,at(l,000.., 
V •'typowrlter,at(»00.... 



Clerk, stenographer, i 



1,248.89 
1,200.00 . 

500.00 
1,150.00 

i>oa.oa 

500.00 
1,262.22 

sn. u 

400.00 
322.50 
600.00 



i,8oaoo 
i.soaoo 

1,400.00 



84a 00 
4S0.OO 
1,033.33 . 

72aoo . 



EZ^ENDIIU&BB OF DBFABTMENT OF AQBICTJI/TUBB. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LUMI'-PUNn SALARIES— 



In IPtuftinfCiM— Continued. 

Ricliaidson. C. L 

ep«lding, A. C 

FoiTBHt, Leon D 

0<rilftday, L. C 

Bfllbert, 0. F. 



BoblDBon.W. P... 



Esaler, Wm- T... 



UoC&lhon, ChaB.'!!! 
Audrewa, Albert A 
Hoile^.i, A 



Shipley.J, W 

Etiiatler.G.M..,. 
Atoxandei, Wm . . . 
Oaywood, E. V... 

aiiigeU,C.£ 

EenderaOD, H 

Vd«t,A 

Riebftlda, J 



Darr, Hbbit.. 
Mathews, F... 



Leftwlch, J ...... 

Cllppec, Cleave. . . 

CUpper,Wm 

DninuQODda, W. 
GingaU, W.E.... 

PMKli,y. K.....'.'. 
WHto.O 



Carpenter, at M per diem. 

CarpeuMT, at ^.50 per dieia 

Carpenter, at K-fiO and t1 per diem. . . 

oirp enter, at K-K per diem 

Plumber, at 14 per diem.............. 



Palntei 



It tea per month, and ikllledlabarBi, 
Lt (60 per month, end skilled lab 



Laborer, at UO per mouth . . 

Laborer, at t5«L 

Laborer, at tU per month . . . 



Mtitiand 150 per mouth.. 



Laborer, at 
uiitildlied'ta 



IBS per month..., 
monlh 

itSMpermontli... 



Unskilled laborer, at 140 per moath. . 
UaskUled laborer, at WO. 

iJaBkllled 'laborer, at t«) per monui... 
Unakllled laborar, at MSO. 

, att40peTmooUi.. 
,att4aJ. 



. Unskilled la 

., Unskilled laboiei, 



Epps, Kiohaid 

FoxTc.W 

0111, C.T 

HoiTla, AHceV... 

HarriB, Peter 

Hughes, U.L 

Lejie, Clarence 

UasoD, Sun 

Talbot, Jennie 

Willis, C.P 

Wilson, Comelliu — 

Brooks, William I Unskilled laboicr. at 1300 

CrlBt, Frank I do 

Keene, George W ■ do 

Hugh, Andrea- D I do 

Bailey, Helen I Unskilled laborer, at (20 per mo 

Douglas, Laoia do 

Simms, isabaUa do 

Castleman.B. D Fireman, attS40 

Pi^.W. T ' Watolmian, at 100 per month.. 

Uyers, H.B do 

Reamy, Thomas B ; Messenger, at ""'" 

S!6Ji;i-.-i;;: !!!~!E''! 

OTlfHth.0.L.... 



!er,att«£Mr 

Vti.axmS.... 



moatb.. 



■XKEBNDirUBBB OF DBPABTBIBNI 07 AOBIOUIVrnBE. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Crmfinnert. 



LUUP-FUND SALARIES— Con tinned. 



I» ITiunitvfim— Continued. 



Da Atle;, Alice V 

Pleming, Ellutbetb. . . 
Fr^ffii.JuUsR 

O'Rourke, Est^e L.. 

Ridley, Cora U 

SnIUl'an,MaOTlBE.... 

DouslaHj Louise 

Wlnfield, Faonle E . . . . 



Oultif WatMnglim. 



Lt (30 per I 



Chaiwomui, M tilSO, and Isboni, at KOO. . . 



Veteiinaiy iuapectoi, at tU.SD per diem 

V«t«ilnai; [napector, at S8 diem uidn^Oa.. 

VeteilUM7 inspector, at IB per diem 

Vetertnary inspector, at 15 per diem 






Potter, E. T { VsteriiiBry inspector, at 13 and tsperdi 

Oeddea, Toole A Veterinary inspector, at t2JX0 uid 12,10 

Bamaay, Rotwrt A I Veterinary Insfwctor, at 12,000 

AndiMs. Wm. R i Veterloaiy iospector, at tl,SOO 

ETeilj, O. W i do 

Piloe, JohnO. F do 

Allen, Leslie J Veterinary inspector, at |l, BOO 

Bray, Thomas A Veterinary iDspeotor. at 11,600 and tl,B0O 

Oarke, LoweU Veterinary Inspector, at II ,eOO. (2,000, and »,2I 

Coleman, Arthur T Veterinary Inspector, at 11,000 and 11 JOO.. 

Davidson, F. T ! Veterinary Inspector, a' " 

Henderson. Bdwin P i Veterinary inspector - 

Holcombe, i ' ' "-■ — ' ' ■ — 



itll.eOOai 



.! Veterinary Inspector, at tt.eOO and 11,800.. 



. VeterlDaif Inspector, a' 



Barth, W.C.. 



Beecby. I 
Blanche, 



Day.W.E 

Demlna, Ctuu. V 
DrakerBT N. . 



Flenili« Wm. R. 
PietE, wanenJ.. 

Banawalt/p.C... 



II .500. tl ,eOO,and tl3D0. 

Veterinary inspector, at ti.cnJ sJid tl,aOO 

Veterinary lnspectoT.attl,«»,tl.«X),and*l,»0. 

Veterinary Inspector, at 11,600 and (1,600 

Veterinary InspectorAt (1.500,(1,600, and (1,800. 



0,(1,600, and (1,800. 



iSdtor travel and 



Veterinary inspector, at il,S00 

Veterlmiy'inapei^or^at (1 ,M»^ lV,e66,' and li'.SOo! 

Veterinary inspector, at 11.600 

Veterinary inspector.at tl,«»,(l,600.andtl,K». 
Vtterinary lnspeator,at (1,500,(1,800, and ta,COO. 
Veteriimif inspector at 11,500 and 11,800 



WO. 00 
440.00 

78.87 
fia«.0D 
44.67 



1,204 00 
79200 
200.00 



•s-s 


S 


z 


































































;282-S0 


300 


1* 



SZPBNDITUB&S OB DGPABTUBKI OF AGBIOUI/TUBa. 
BDBE1A.D OP ANIMAL INDUSTRT— Contlnaed. 



Lauti, HattbiuS... 

Lawton, RuBSellG.. 

Hurray, F. B 

O'Rourke, IBS&O W. , 
Pftiker, Jowph W . . . 

Savage, W. A,,. 

Slnios.E.L 

TWttn, Oeo.E 

TownBend, N. L 

White, Tbomae 

Bailey, Air "- 
Seattle, Ji 



e, Joseph G 



Behler, C. E 

Berdau, AuxustoB 

Blackwdl, Albert M. . . . 

Bracken, Wm. J 

Bnwer. Frank W 

BKHrntog, Goo. W 

Buixett, John L 

Bntrec, Wm. J 

Campbell, Larkln B 

Gary. Emereon J 



Eul. 



LOU, BryonC 

Eyans. Fred 

Flaherty. Geo. F 

Gallagher. B. A 

Gallagher, F. 1. , 

Glynn. FiaokJ 

Qraham, Balph 

Hamilton, Wm 

Heocook, Clyde C 

HenderBDD. L. C 

Hlatt, WUIlam L 

BlUs, JofanV 

Hongendoblei, J. J 

Hoyman, Harry J 

Johnson. WestemL!!!! 

Jones. Wm.F 

UcCaU. Charles A 

HoCarthy. TIioi, A 

Ifcanre, S. W 

UcFartand, Claade U... 

MaoKeHar, Wm. U 

McNally, UoDTy R 



Uaaon, W. D 

Killer, Arthur W.... 

Uyen, Unrray J 

Nl{^bert,£.M 

Noigaard, Vhttor A. . 

Noyei.OntnW 

Nntting.L.A 

O'Connor, John P.. . 
Oldaker, Emary B... 
F«abody, Horace C. . 



LUUP-FDND SALABIBB— Continued. 



. Veterinarylnapoctor, at tl.aw and 11,600.. 
. Veterinary lDapector,atU,60a, 11 ,«aa, and (1,800. 
. Veterinary Inspeotor, at *1,M0, «,800, Jljoo, 
and 12,010. 



. Veterinary Inspector, 
. Veterinary inspector,! 



: tl.aw, tl ,aOO, and ll,«W . 



Veterinary ln^i«ctor, at tl .sm and 11,600. 




. Veteri , 

. Veterlnaiy 

. Veterinary 

. Veterinary 

. Veterinary 

, Veterinary 
and II, SOT 

. Veterinary 

. Veterinary 



Inspector at 11,400 and 11,600.. . 

Inspector, at 11,400 

Inspector, at fl.WD and tl,800. .. 
Inspector, at t1,400 and (1.600. . . 
Inspector, at tl,4D0 and 11 .SOD. . . 
inspector, at (1,400. (1,100, tl,6C 

tt 11.400 andll.SOO... 



ry inspector, at il,4C 
ry Inspector, at (1,4( 
ry Inspector, at 11,4( 



ry Inspector, at 11,400 and 11,800. .. 

T Inspector, at 11.400 

ry inspeotor, at 11.400 and 11.900. . , 

7 Inspector, at 11.400 

7 hisptctor, at 11.400 and 11.600. . . 



. Veterinary hispector 



. Veterinary Inspector, at 11.^ ac 



Veterinary inspector, a 
. Veterinary In^Mctor, a 
. Veterinary inspeotor. a 
. Vet«rlaa^ inqiector, a 
. Veterinary Inspector, a 



. Veterinary Inspector, e 
, Veterinary inspector, s 
. Veterinary Inspector, a 



11,400 and tl ,»»... 



11,400 and 11,600... 



;7B.40 
425.75 
843.76 



^00 


































1W.» 










































27-23 


48. 41 



BXPENmiUBES OF DEPABTMENI OF AOBICUL.TUBE. 71 

BUREIAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Cnntlnnert. 

' expenditwei for the JUcal year ended June 30, 1907, under appropTiatio» 
ieral expeniee, Bwreati of Animal Induttry, 1907, ^12,200" — Continued. 

LUMP-PtIND 8ALAKIE8— CoDtiDUed, 



Ovt 0/ ITiuAltvlDB— Cont'd 



Perry, F.M 

' Pfunuau, Geo. A 

Potter, Oeo.M 

BlcfiTTlieodoreS.''."; 
Robblni.nartffeU... 

RutU, Adolph 

Bobiunacher. Wilbeln 



Songer, J.ee C 

Edgar n!! 






Young, Jotm H 

Allen, BoUlnH.... 
Anders, Tbos. O. ■ . 
Ansllcker, Jacob. . 
BafiBon.S.C 



Seattle, Robert 

Boamiftn ■ 

Brlmhall, 

BufflngtOu, n. jn 

BuDd;, Edward 

Caldwell, Harry* 
Carte, Edward C 
Casper Geo. T.. 



Jamea B . . 

■.D 

R. U 



Craoroft, T. Byron... 
CumiDtiie, Wm. U . . . 

Dallas, John T 

Davidson, Wm. A... 
Dennis, Vernon A.... 

Dili, Robert.. 

Drake, Edward J 

Dronunond, Bobt. H 
Dumbttuld, Han7... 



^-„., Wm 

Harmon, Arthui 
Harrington, D. ' 
Hart, Harry M. 



Vetcrtoary iiiBpector, at t 

ti,sca. 

Veterinary inspector, at t 
tl,8(». ^^ 

Veterinary iaapector, at tl,4 



Vet«r1aary Inepectot, i 

Veterinary inspector, at 
Veterinary inspector, at 
Veterinary Inspector, at 
Veterinary inqiector, at 



Veterinary inspector, at »1,*10 

Veterinary inspector, at tl ,«X> and *1 ,600.. . 

VeMtlnary inspector, atil,400 

Veterinary inspwtor, at 11 ,4DCI and 11,900.. . 
Veterinary inspector, at 11,300 and tl ,400... 



Veterinary inspector, at 11,200.. . 



Veterinary Inspector, at 11,3(10 and 11, MO 

Veterinary inspector, at 11,200 

Veterinary Insikector, at ii.jdci, 11,100, and tl.SX 

Veterinary Inspector, at *i,il)6 and *1,«)0 

Veterinary Inspector, at (1,200 

Veterinary Inspector, at 11,200 and 11,400 

Veterinary Inspector, at 11,200 

Veterinary Inqiactor, at 11,200 and ll.WO 



Veterinary inspector, at 
Veterinary inspector, at 
Veterinary Inspector, at 



Veterinary Inspector, a 



Ullj2CCandtl,W0... 



Veterinary inspector, at 11 ,^. »1 , WD, and Jl,a» 
Veterinary inspector, at 11,200 and n,MO. 
Veterinary Inspector, at 11,200 



Exiine, James C... 
Fish, Wesley F.... 

Foster, J. P. 

FrvWm.A 

aaUagber, John J i Veterinary inspector, at 11,200,1 

Gilbert, Niron O I Veterinary inspector, at 11,200. 

Olenn, Harry H Veterinary Inspector, at 11,200 

Oraham, Ralph ) Veterinary Inspector, at 11,200. 

Grimes, RoM. B ! Veterinary inqnctor. at 11.200 



»,I1,«ia,andtl,«ID 



Hugiws, Aibe'rtN!!;; !!;;!! ;;| dn 

Johnson, Fred E Veterinary 

Johnson. Levi E Veterinary 



Lash, Ehner. . . 



Veterinary inspector* at li,2o6. . '. 

Veterinary Inepector, at 11,200 and 11.400.. . 
"iterinary inspector, at 11,200. ........... 



312.22 
3(0.00 
1,181.11 

I2S.34 



moo : 
loaoo ' 



72 BXPBNDITUBBS OF DBFABTUENT OP AO&ICITt/rtJBE. 

BUREATJ OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 

Report of expenditures for the Juccd year ended June SO, 1907, under appropriatw. 

"General expenrnt. Bureau of Antmal Indtutry, 1907, fSlS,eoo"—Goatamed. 

LrMP-FDND SALARIES — Continued. 



Out 0/ Washingtaa—Confi 



Lytle, Wm.H.... 

MoClure, WUIE... 
McCHiiifli.R. W.. 
Hamn, Robt. II.. 



Morln.CL 

Hrare, WtlHiA.... 
Naaoe, Joaepb E . . ^ 
Nsylor-BalphE... 

Nej.Wm.cT. 

Noyea, RaJphE... 
Olbeter. Rudolpli U 

OWBD.r.D 

Parton, I. B 

PbH r, John W.V." 

Plillpott,L.B 

PinBerton. H. E 

Saglaad. Usrcue j. 

Rletz, JobnH 

Elgdon, Freak 

RigdoaSoott J.... 
Bobards, .Tmbs. 
Rodibaugh, 3, j 









Smith, B. M 

Snyder, Rudolph 

Spencer, Wm. T 

Steela, JoHeph G 

Talbot, SethP 

Thomas, George E 

Thrower, John D... 
Tiflanj, Jolm B 

T^loar, Delbert C 

Van Allstyne, Wm. C 
Warner, Dick E. 
Webflter, John Henry . 

WIU.EvanJ * 

Woollen, D.M... 
Yard, William W 
Yenner, William 
Orar,C.E 



Credlcott, H. J... 



Veterinary Inspector, at W.axi 

Vetflrlnary inspector, at tl.2«a and tl.WO. 

Veterinary inspector, at »1,200, »1,4I», 
tI,SDO. 

. Veterinary inspactOT. at W.200 

. Veterinajy in8peotor,atll,20aand tl.400. 

. Veterinary Inspector, at tl,2G0 

. Veterinary Inspector, at tl,20a and 11,400. 

"■"•-rinary Inspeelor, at W.SOO 

Jo:;:"";;:;:";;:::;:::::;:::;:;:;;; 

. Veterinary inspector, at 11,200, 11,400, and 



. Veterinary inepeator, at tt.200. . . 

. Veterinary Inspector, at J1,2C0 ai 

. Veterinaryinapector,at 11.200... 

. Veterinary Inspector, at tl.200 ai 

. Veterinary Inspector, at 11.200... 

. Veterinary inspector, at »i, 300 ar 

. Veterinary inspector, at 11.200... 



. Veterinary inspector, . 



: 11,200 and 11,400... 



. Veterinary Inspector, at 11,200. . . 
. Veterinary Inspector, at tl.aOOar 
. Veterinary inspector, at 11.200. . . 



. Veterinary Inspector, a 



11,200. (1.400, and 



.] Veterinary inspector, at Jl.aOO and 11,40 



. Veterinary inspector, at tl ,300 . . . 



dairyman, at 12,000. I 

Eipert fn dairying, at 12,000 1 

Eipert in dairying, at tl,800, assistant dairy- 
man, at »13Xi, and eipert. at 110 per dtem, 
Eipert in dairying, at (1,600 



46.07 
l.MW-Oa 

l,20(>.w 

















































SS 








































































S3. 33 





470.13 
118.83 



274.56 
320.38 



nuumifl, jonn l>. 
Uoore, i. W 

'^-maon, F. B.. 
t, U. W 



wS£;i 



. Eipert In dairying, a , 

, Expertln dairying, at 11,000... 

. Expert In dairying, at •"" 

. Dairy hiapector, at K 

. Dairy inspector, at tl 

. Dairy inspector, at 11 



131.30 

"i; 273; si 



GXPENDITUBBS OF DEPARTMENT OF AGBICUI/TUBE. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— ContiBued. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES— Conttoaed. 



Otil oj tFrnA(Bj«o?l— Coot'il, 

MoAdam, Roburt 



Thorn, Cbarlea 

Doi, ArthurW.... 
iBsajea.Theo W... 

Rogors, L. A 

DouglM A. H 

CTumey, L, S . , . 

Fryboter, C. W 

PertiOB.ArbartE-. 

DavlBs,!,. K 

■Wilson, Jamoa 

Dean,' Albert.'.'.'.!!! 

Hlckojt, Geo. S 

UcCimnlDghain, Da 

Bniaer, Josertk 

H1I1,W.E..„ 

Jordan, Wm.D.... 

HtiiMj'B. l!. 
Buret, 8. Rovden.. 

Wade, Wm.H.'.'!!' 
Cofle, Thomas 

Carter, Qboisb. 



...do...- 

. Dairy expett, at i 
. Dairy expert, at 1 
, Dairy expert, at I 

. Cheese expert, at 
ltU,50I). 



^^t G&eew ir 



|j,0«0,ai 



Expert G&eew nucker, a 
tMoo. 

. BacMilalogiCBl chemist, at 11, eOO 

. Aulstant chemist, St 1720 

. Botanical expert, at H per diem 

. Sclentlflcaaabtant, at«>DaandSl,aDO.. 

ScientlBc Bselstant, at MOO 

. 3cientlfloasaiatant,atSB40andtl,0aa., 

. SclentlQc assistant, at KM 

. Assistant in animal hoabandry, at tl.S 
. Uvestockageiit,attl,800aDdt3,0(O.. 
■ atagent.atH.eoOandM.SOO... 



. Lirest 
. Liveet 



[agent 



. _. . stock agent, at U,a)0 . . 

. Special agent, at Jl,CO0 

. Siipe[in(endentol8tation,Bt 

- Superintendent of station, ai 



:l,«Oa and WM- 

WOO 

«,SI» 



ilannery, !FaDies «t, ... ... ... 

Johnston, Hobert... \ Collaborator, at »10 per dlein... 

White. C. A Collaborator, at fr per diem 

Special field stock examiner, at 11,000. . . 



Brown, Chaa, A .'. .'.!!'!!! Field st . 

Campbell, Chas. E ! Field stockei 

Cooley, F. C 



Denms, Wm. R... 



It 11,000, and clerk, a 

. pidd^etDCkexamlner, at Il,000andtl,!00 

do 

. Field Block examiner, at 11 ,000 

"- ■ ■ lamlner. at 11,000 and 11300. . . . 

tamlner, at tl,0OO, and atock m 

Jl,200. 

. Field stock examiner, st 11,000 

!l'FieJd8t'iK'k'exMBiner!"Bt'i^"o«l,"andst'oclteJ 



. Field atock eji 



Redmond, Thoa Field si 

11,200 

Richards, I aai ah Held at 

Roberta, Herhert do. 

Robinson, Chfts. U do. 

Roblnaon, Geo. H Held at 

Rork. Charlea F Keldsi 

Sargent. Linua E do. 

achafer, Cecil K do. 

Speake. Edward O do. 

Upton.Wallace L ...do. 



r. at (1,000 and (1,200.. 



1,«33 33 
000 00 

1I2OOOO 



1,000.00 SSIL« 

9M.W.i i,ie«.« 



EZPEHDITUBES OF DEPARTMENT OF AQBICUI/niBE. 
BUREIAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LOMP-FDND BALARIBS— CoDtlnnm. 



Out €fWathinglm~CimV 

Bibb, A. 

Morgan, Porter. 
Sbale. Solomou I. 
Best. Oeocge.... 

Biggs, AtlBDD W 

Btackmar. C. E... 
BroBdhurat. R. A 




Rftub, A 

Rlflman, Joeoph J... 
Sheltau, James E . . 



EXFBfTDIIUBES OF DBPAKIUEHI 07 AOBIOULTUBE. 
BUREIAU OP AKIUAL INDUSTRy— Conttnued. 



LDMP-FDND SALABIES—CODtinned. 



Out 0/ Waihington—CoaVd 



Weaver, FIaTus„ . 



LoDleA 



V^&e, 



KlrtMtrtok, W. F.. 

Beai, Uotrla.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
Bldegarar, Domlngi 

Blemer, Chaa. H 

Cla7,L»lieO 

ComptDD, Csiwn. . . 



Olraldo,Alex 

arCiusliaw, T.M.. 
Jolmatone, S. A... 

UndBSy, J. W 

UoiTis, Andrew... 

Neal, JohnT 

HftwW.W.J.... 

Hyan, W.M 

Stevern, Joseph W 
Tftylor, Joseph. . . . 
Tertj.G.M 



Bentley, Chaa. 



lSi:CB.(ie,B. D. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. 

Adune, John D 

Alyea.W.C 

BertrftDl, C&Brles!!.'.'. 

CiiiJiiliufham, M. F. ... 

Curry. Hutrh E 

Dill,Beniire .,.,. 

Dully. R.F.... 

PrMmaD, CailE ' 

Heam. Jnsepli L 

HickoT. Claade 

iTen, Robert 

EaJIci, Wamn C 

Law.F.W 

Leeper, John C 

Mi^room, Ralph 



-, , _. ,.,«» and „, — 

Tanu, at P20 and tSU 

Taixtc, at ivx and IHO, and ttoei 

Wo. 

Tagger, at 1720 

Tagger, at 1720 and WW... 

ABeietant mlcroscoplat, at MOO 

Eipert In nutrition invMtlgatlona, at «Op«r 



Expert in tiek eiadlcatlon, at |l,fiOa 

E]^«n in conti«lDUBdlMaBes ol sheep, at I20D 

E^iert In Texas fever, at 1200 

Agent, at 112 per diem 

Agent, at WOO 

Agent In turkey investigation, at 1900 

Agent in turkey Invegtlgatton, at 1700 

Agent in scabies eradication, at leper diem.. 



Agent in scabies eradication, at tl,3b6... 

v^\Aoy//^\\y///^\y^\\\y^\y/.'.'.'^"'.'.. 

Agent in scablea eradication, at 11,000. . . . 



Agent In scaBies eradication, 



t2U.» 

sn-e 



moo 

2S.00 


X6.a 


maoo 


s.st 






















264,00 










WB.00 






















709.00 
MO. 00 


r^ 







s-s 






























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BXPENDITUBBB OF DEPARTMENT OF AtHUOtX/TUBB. 
BUBBAU OP ANIMAL INDUSTBT— Continued. 



LUHP-FUND SALARIES— Continued. 



Name. 


™„.„.. 


salary. 


Amount 

traveled 
station 
and field 

eipenKw. 






S:S 

248.00 
384. S7 

284. S7 

24S:«) 

32. GO 

1S7.M 

189! 00 

ISO. 00 

is: 33 

210! 00 

205.33 
180.00 

170:33 

28.33 
80.00 

ll 

moo 

^00 
II 

Si 

245.00 

2io:oo 

42.00 

|i 
11 






























erlnary InspectoT. >t tl.lOO. 
































































































































































































































































































































































































1S.TB 



BXPBNDIIUBES OF DEPARTMENT OF AQRICUIiTtrBE. 
BUEEAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LUMP-FDND SALARIES— Contii 



™.. 


„..„.»„. 


paid lor 
salary. 


travel and 
a'^^d 


OtUofWashinglon-CaaVa. 




142.00 
1S8.00 

II 

2M.[» 

45.00 

«3.00 
lfl2.00 
1«S.00 
38.00 
63.00 
«k00 
166.67 
211.11 

•Si 

25a 00 
172,22 

iw.oo 

260.00 
250.00 
250.00 

il 

xrf.so 

207.60 
£25.00 

]«.«) 

4o!ao 

140.00 
49.00 

26: 67 
210.00 

ii:n 

280.00 

|i 

11 


















Agent Id Uck eradication, at $«.» per dion. . . 










Agent In tick eradication, at «.2bo, uid veteri- 
nary iDBpeotoT, at tt.ZOV. 
















Covington, T. R 




























































'^g! 













































































































































































































































































































BX^NDITtTBES OF DEFABTUENT OF AOBIOTTI/FUBB. 



BDKEAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LUMP- FUND 8ALAKIE 8— Continued. 



'■ 


Title and rate. 


Mto'"^ 


station 
and Add 

eipenaeB. 


Ovi o/Ifofftiiw'iin— Cont'd. 




1«K<» 

i«:no 
10*. 00 

11.87 

i9§.3a 

1W.0I) 
no. 00 

10S,00 
70.00 
1S6.K) 

176: 00 

11 

|i 

176,00 

if 

isbIoo 

'Si 

77.83 

tS 

w.oo 

09.67 

si 

206.33 

ill 

ii 

1B131 
































































8=:?.iST^'.-v.-.:::::::::: 
































































































































































































































































|SS"<,fc :■■ 
























do 











































































EXPEHT>ITUBES OF DEPAETMENX OF AGHICULTUKE. 
BURBATr OF ANIMAL I NDUSTBT— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND S 



R IE S — Contin aed. 



»^ 


,,.„a... 


paid lor 


paid lor 
travel and 

etation 
andfleld 
eipensea. 


ChU <4 WmSinfftot— Cont'd. 




tl68.00 

lis 

as. 33 

109. 00 
65.33 

msB 

250! 00 

•as? 
11 

aea.oo 

207,50 

as 

ii 

is 

4a 00 

40,00 

as 
Ss 
ii 
Its 

G1.50 

loaoo 

KS 








toe. 65 


















































Agiot in tick ra;adicati<m,' at mper mmtii .... 
Agent m tick eradlc^lon, at MO per month and 

Aeent in tick «radlc«tloa, at UO per month. . . . 














































81ierwoofl, Everett C 












Clerk, stmcgrapher, and typawrlter, at Boo. . . 


































































































































































































374,098.13 











DiB.1izedOyGoO(^lc 



BXPENDITUBBS OF DEFAitTMENT OF AOBICTJLTUBB. 



BUBE.4U OP ANIMAL I NDUSTRl— Continued. 

Report of expendititrei for the fiteal year ended June SO, 1907, wmler 
"General expentet. Bureau of AnirruU IndiMtrif, ]9<n,f81t,m 



appropriaHon 



Slatumerp. 

AmBricao LBftd Pencil Co 

Aroerhan Ofllee ^eolalty Co 

Audi 'WB PftMiCo., B. P 

Biiunigs.rten & Sonfl, J 

Brenuiio'a (Incorporated) 

Contingent expenses. l>eparbneDt OJ 

AgrtcultuPB 

Dftvlson ii Co., H. C 

Dietrict of Colnmbia Paper Uanulac- 

EagtePeuoli Co 

OaylordBros 

Globe Printing Co 

Houston Co., F. J 

Indei Bureau 

Johnston & Co., W. G 

LambATUden 

Library Bureau 

LlndeiiBver. Philip 

Moore, E 

Newman, E.S '.'... V.*. '.;"!! 

RohertaCo,, W, F. 

Rockford Pencil KniJe Co 

SsTannah Stationei; and Printing Co . 

Sehmldt, Kred A 

Sharp & Sons, F 

amltbiiButte^eld!..! 

StockBtt Fiake Co 

S way M, Bailey A Co 

TayforHftrdwa're Co." ."!!;!!;; !!!!"! 
Typewriter and OBlto Supply Co. . . 

Union Envelope Co 

United States Envelope Co 

Waterman 4 Co., L. B 

Yawmanft Erbe Manulacturing Co, . 

Total 

MiictllaneotH ivppHet, etc. 

X Herald PDbliehingCo 
n I<«s Dairy Asaoclation 

Albuquerque Hardware Co 

Alien ManufactUTlug Co.. W, D. . . 

American Felt Co 

Amerlcaa Linen Supply Co 

Anderson & Ireland Co 

Andrews. C. L 

Audrenrs. F. B. 

Andrews, Lucien 

.4iigle*Co., P. 8 

Arffus Leader Co 

Arizona Publishing Co 

Armour A Co 

Araett, David N 

Bailey, Mabel 

Baial, O. Wm 

Baker, J. F 

Baker, L,W 

Ballantyne A Bona, Wm 

Baltimore Patnt and Olass Co. . . . 

Bamlord, H. J 

Barber A Rosa 

Barrett HanuTactarinff Co 

Beakley, W. A 

Beatrice Creamery Co 

Beatlie, Robt. 8 

Beaveie. John U 

Beclter ACo., Chaa 

Becker, E.H 



81.72 
%20 

i.as 

iO.« 

l.SO 
7J3-M 



512.43 
1.20 
5S.U> 

S,«4.03 



18. TS 
4. SO 
12. CO 



liiscejlancoas iBjjpKo, «c.— Cont'd. 

Beckham, J. M 

Bedell Manulacturing Co 

i Bee Hive Departmeut Store 

Bee Publishing Co. 

Bell, C. 11 

BeloACo., A. H 

Benson, Thomas H 

I Bemasco, Joseph 

BKllioId.w.'E.v"/^'.'.'.y///^'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Biddell A Bogart Painters' Supply Co. 

Bieacker, J.S7. 

Birch Lumber Co., B. M 

Blanche. Richard J 

BolEiano&Co„ F, W 

Bowers, S.B.... 

Bojd,M. D 

Bnunhall, I>eaneCo 

Brandon Printing Co 

BtfiaBaii\EdvaiiV//.'.'.V.'.'.V.'.'.V.'.'.'.'. 

Brentano's (Incorpoiated) 

Brf wer, Fmnk W 

Britey, Algla 8 

Bu«-rua Cornier Kettle Works 

. Buffington, R. M 

Bulllngton, W. H 

Bureb ACo., F. S -.., 

Buivdorf. EmeBt 

Bnrk)iBl;cr, J.B 

Burrell^Co., D. H 

BnrreU, R. W 

BuTToiigha Adding Machine Co 

Burton A Snn, K. C, M 

Butler, C.T 

ButlerCo., W. H 

Cain. W. S 

Camrhell, J. F 

Camuhell, MoneO &Co 

CantweU, John H 

Capitnl Fappr BoiCo 

Capital Traction Co 

■Carlock, L, H 

Carpenter, F. L 

Carpenter, Oooige C 

Carr, James F 

Cnrr.J.n 

rsrier B.D 

Casper, (ieorge T 

C astieherR'V National' jeweiry Co" .' ." .* 

Cater, Fred G 

CalllnCo., ElmorU 

Chappci, N. W 

Chariotte Observer 

Church 4 Slephenaon 

Claire, UilreyD 

Clarion LedRer 

Clark, Louli N 

CtarkeCo., K. P 

Clawson, Clarence A 

Coe,S.B 

Coleman, Walter A 

Collectorottaips, District ColomUa. 

Commercial Puhllahlng Co 

Constitution PubUebIng Co 

Coon William II 

Copeland, James 

Cornell Incubator HanulaDtuiing Co. 
Coming, John H 

CovenllimeaR.'y////.'.'.'.'."'.'.'.'.'."'. 
Craig, laaac 



EXPENDITUBES OF DEFABTMENT OF AGBIOULTUBE. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



Name. 


An.ou.t. 


Name. 


*.0„.. 


IfitceOaneous ittppUti, Mc.— Cont'd 
Creamery I'aelcage UanulSctllilni; Co 


23.81 
1.60 

1:i 

13. OD 

w.oo 
moo 

2SO.O0 
J- 00 

B.50 

mo? 

46.00 

26. m 

390.00 

2ti!0O 
2,00 

ui-n 

11 

«!fio 

im!so 
10 on 

3&«0 
93-75 

3^00 
1 ,40 

a. 40 

1,268. S5 
«.00 

isioo 

.00 

w.oo 

90,00 

120-00 
70.00 

4s 


IfitctOantoat supplitt, elc.-Cont'd. 




Oeiesler Plumbing and Heating Co. - 










































































gf^^^bi;^;;.;;;;;;::;;;:;;;;;; 




































SS^-S.";;.-;.-.:::::::::;:::: 




dSS^H^oi^O 




arris* Staler Co 

artig, Louia 


























^kdi'&co'p.'HVji:::;:::::::;;: 

eistand, A. B 






















ieginbotham, A. L 










<fcmib Maniitactiiring Co., J. I ... . 
olloway, J. H 








Empire ToM'el Sapply and Laundry 


































Eiwlsior Wire and Poiiitry SuiJpiy 


























































































oyce ^ngraVlDBCo,, M 

ann, Sons A Co., S 






















Kelaer, Lewis 










;M3»J-."."""S^.":°:: 


















en3iu, Mai- H. N 

Innan, A.F 

Knight, C.W 

nowIea-P.P 






















"■"■■""' ; ■;■;; 




S. Doe. 426. 60-1 6 





EZPGNDITUBES of pEPASTUENT OF AQBIOULTUBK. 
BOBEAU of animal industry— Continued. 



Mltcdlaneoui tappllu, <If.— Cont'd 

Kreb.J, F 

LambATiWen 

Lomberd Co., S. L 

LambleCfl. (Incorporated), J. B ... 

Lane, Oivens 

LwubiuBli A Bto 

Laisan, Anton 

LlDdsay Rabbei Ifanafaotnibig Co., 
LInge, Anton 



iSs 



Oeo.A 



Lodhte, L, Leioy 

Look, Daniel A 

Loiwuatu, Green & Co 

LowdennilfcACo., W. H 

Lowman, H. 8 

UcAimicKCbi»yF\\\"y.'.'.'." '.'".'.'. 

MoClain, WmJam 

McCleBand.JohnD 

UoCubbIn Co., C. J 

HcCunnlnstum, Daniel 

UoDanleTw. F. 

McDonald, W. A 

UoOeort;, M. a 

lieLeOand, Wm. W 

HoNally, Henn R 

UcSpamn, J. C 

ItocmillanCo 

Manhflrt, T. F 

Maroney, TUomas 

Uathews, Vtrgll A 

Uatson, Jamea 

ICayfleld li Brown 

Headers, Frank M }. 

Meloher, C. A 

Merritt, Joseph G 

MetiopoUa 

MDlBT, Arthur W 

Miller, Ira 

Uinerallzed Rubber Co 

■"t. Louis R.K.Co- 



JCinneapolle and _ 

Stchell. Frank P 
tchellCo.,M.C 

Mock, Bert H 

Mohl«r,JohnR 

Uonarch Typewriter Co. .. 
Uontgomery & Go 



National PhonosTaph Co. . 

NawTath,J.F 

Neumeyer, Co 

Noy,Wni.O 

Niagara Radiator Co 

Nicholson iji Son, J. A : 

Nlcl-erBon<SiCD]IliisCo 



Nitwender, J. L... 



unery Supply House. . . 



O'Brien. Geo. V 



Miai-tllatieous lapplUg, etc. 
0'Brlen4Bro,Co.,R.J.. 



O'Bry 



, Philip M.. 



Offleld, JohnH 

Oklahoma State Capitol 

Okonftefo, ILimlted) 

Oliver Miichlnery Co 

Oiiser Typewriter Co 

Ortgonlan PuMtshlngCo 

Owens, Claudes.'.'.'.'.'."!!!!!!! 
Owens.C.T 

Palata Royal'.'."!!!!!!.!!!!!!!!! 

FarkesFileCo 

Partes, Frank 

Pear™,Bart 

Pennington, James F 

Perclv8l,C 

Perry, J. E 

Fersse, John C 

Peterson Hardware Co 

FhilllpB. Robt 

Pierce, T.B 

PlnkBtone, Theo 

PoBt-Offlce Department 

Potomac Electric Power Co . . 
Potomac Lime and Stone Co . 

Prairie State Incubator Co... 

Probey Carriage Co 

Puryear, F, F 

Querry, A. J 

Sueen Cltv Supply Co 
ansom, Mrs. Fannie 

~ ipler, Thon ~ 






obnC... 



Record-Stockman Publishing Co . . . 
"- •— -- igCo 



iwrlterCo 

jWlshlngCo 

Rlgdon, Frank.. 

Rlgdon, Scott J 

Robarda. Jesse 

Rabb, Jamea 

Robinson, Chas. I 

Robinson, Chas. W . . „ 

RockCreek Auto and Wagon Work 

RodM.H.A.. 

Roeliling'sCo., JQO. A 

Romines, J. P 

RoBwell Register-Tribune 

Rowland, John B 

Rudolph A West Co 

aafley, JeaaeC..,. 

St, JoJui, Alei 

Salt Lake Tribune Publiehlng Co . . 

San Francisco Call 

Sauudera, John B 

Savage, W. A 

Schaler&Co., E. O 

■homASon, C. S 






1, Edw. 



s Sons, C. t 



Scbnelder, 

Schuler A eon, u 

Scott, Guy 

Seamark, Harry F, . 
Seltman, Robert 



Shepberd, Mliam K. . 



1,579.00 

aw. 00 

20.24 
102.01 



BXPBKDITUBE8 OF DEPAHTMENT OF AGBIOUI/TUBE. 



BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



li»SSi-":::::::::::::::::: 


m'.vi 


BStaV../;;:::::;:::::::;: 


SS 


^^"""^^::;;:::;' 


■fs 






St«oltert & Co., oTe 

Steels, Joseph Q 


27.78 




4,m2B 


Stone. Rene E 

ifSJ^ik^-Jltu-il-Eipiii^intai,:- 


65.00 






























ThimijaoD^ R. c^v^y^'^y/..'.'.'.'."'.'. 


J:S 


Times Mirror Co 


120 






Topelta Capital 


MM 






Tribune PubUshlng Co 

Typewriter and Otfioe Supply Co 


5.U8 














w^rcl'Loiiv.v.;:;:::;:::;:. 


is 






































^S^^^^c^:----- 












sss,vr'..'r 








!Sii';;;;;;E;EE:E^ 


SSI 


SSSiTiiViiip....:::::;:::::! 


es.00 

197.18 



Mucellaneoua lupplia, etc.— Cont'd, 

Woolf ACo., C. M 

Wright, T.M 

Total 

Furniture. 

Albuqueraue Flanlng UiU Co 

Bakor A Folsom 

Bedell UanufacturinK Co 

Curtln, A. P 

Curtis, C.L 

Emmono, J . D 

Fielder A AUeo Co 

Hoeka, W. H 

Hunter, Lewis........ 

Knatvoia, B. H 

Lanabuixh Famltiue and Carpet 

Co., Julius 

] Library Bureau 

Lincoln, Fred 3 

' Moses & Sons, W. B... 

RevellACo., Alei, H 

Volpt, Edward 

WaElgien Furniture Co 

Woodward 4 LoUirop 

Yawman & Erbe UaDafactiubi{ 

Total 

Futl. 

ZehCo (Incorporated), Wm. J. 

FrcigM. 

Baltimore and Ohio R.R, Co... 

Burrell 4 Co., D. H 

Knoi EipressCo., Oeo. W 

Llttlefleld, .UyordACo 

Uerehants' Transler and Storage Go. 

O'Hsron, JohnJ 

Peonsylvanla R. R. Co 

Snow Forwarding Co 

Star Union Line 

Thompson & WuUT Transfer and 

Total 

.\dams Eiproes Co 

United States Express Co 

Tfiegr/'pf'- 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Western Udoo Telegraph Co 

ToUl I 

Teltphone. 

Cheeapeabe and Potomac tale- 

CcSorado Telephone Co 

Cumberland Telephone and Tele- 
New England Tciepbone and Tele^ 



ISO. 00 
U.O0 

10,680. SO 



«.oa 

62.00 
«,S8 



«3,7S 
76. BS 
711 » 



248.04 
778,20 



84 BXPBNDITUHHS OV DEPARXMBBT OF AGBICUIjTURB. 

BUREAU OF ANrMAL TNDTSTRY— Continued. 

Report of eimenditures /or the fitcal year ended Jutte 30, 1907, under appropriatio 
"General expemei. Bureau of Animal Industry, 1907, ^12,200"— Contmued. 



TiItplionc—CODtiBaed. 
w York Telephone Co 



Pad&c' States Tdepbone uid Tele- I 

graph Co I 

Roelcy Uountain Bell Telephone CoJ 
Southwestern Telegraph and Tele- ! 
graph Co - . 



AnerbachABro., F I 

Baker.I.r i 

Barber, Geo. E ' 

Booth &Co,, A I 

Brown, Oeo.Q | 

Candler Invertment Co... ; 

Chicago Insulated Wire and Uanu- I 

lacturlQECo.. | 

Commercial Bankol Faigo 

CrlUy, Daniel F 

Gina,C. F... 



Oaida, E. a., agent.. 
Harwood.H. J 

HIU, L. B. AD. B.. 

Johnson & Sod, J. T 



Plymouth Rel 

Light and Pon 

Bear Estate and 



Relilgeratlag; Watei 

"—mCo. 

Improvement Co a 



Oilman, Z. D 

Green, Henry J 

Grelner Co., Emll 

Intemationaj Instrument Co... 

.Tenaen Manufacturing Co 

Keuffelft EasetCr 
Knv-ec^- " 
Leitz, E 



Peoples' Pharmacy (fncorporated) . 

PilUinan,E.J.... ... 

Eandftll-Falehney Co 



Oai and eteelrieitti. 



Bauscb & Lomb Optical Co . 

BlshopACo., J 

Boaworth,L.M 

Bramball, DeaneCo.. 

Bromley, Edward A 

Burreli ACo,, D, H 

CatlhiCo., Elmer H 

Creamerj Package Co 

I>e Laval Separator Co 

Draper Uanufacturlng Co . . . 

Elmer & Amend 

FraaldlnACo 















































Printing and btBdinff, 








Tmtrl and alalion andfiild aptnies. 




ia::!5-;; -- 


43.10 






{iS:LE.x::::::::::::::::::::- 








































iSfw:*;;;;;:;;;::;;;;;;;;; 


.a 


Autente, J. R 


60.90 
















»1:iS 










Beattle,J.Q 


86.49 
















"IS 






Bentley, C. A 


im:S 






Bertram, E.L 


7.7* 



EXPENDIIUBES OF DBPABTMBNT OF AGRICTJLTUBE. 

BUREAC OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 

)ort of expenditurei for the jite<U year ended June SO, 1907, uvder apjiropHtti 
"Oeneral expenses. Bureau of Annrud Industry, 1907, ^J?,«00"— Continued. 



ivel and itation andjirtd expentfi- 



BlBctwsU.A.M 

Bloke, C.F 

Blancbe, Blcbard J . . . 

BUckhahn, Geo 

Blume. R. B 

BtttEmsji, Ismea B . . 



Brown, a. H... 
BraVD. VIivU L 
Browntog o. W 



99.27 
05.06 
284. 2S 
8.3B 
34.30 
«7.3S 
241. » 

3ei!oo 



Travel and ilaHon and field expen$ei- 

Ccmttnoed. 

: Cojle, Thomas 

CracroK, T. Byron 

Credloott, H. J 

Creech, Gilbert T 

; Crewe, WUtonF 

Crocket, J. L 

Cummins, Wm. U 

Cunningham, M. F 

Currj-ra.E 

Cutties, Cooper 

Dallas. John T. 



Davis, T. A 
Davts, W, 1 
Davidson^ 



Burkholder, C. E.... 

Barton, J. W 

Buttn, O.E 

Butler. J.B 

BnHeT, Win. J 

Cadr.B.J 

Caldwall, Harry 

Campbdl, Chas. E... 

Campbell, Colin 

Campbell, L. B 

Canodd, Chas. H 

Cantwell. John H 

Carpenter, O.C 

Casper, Geo. T 

Ctttar,FrBdC 

Chambers, L. H 

Chaney, Herbert B... 

Cheney, L. B 

Chapin, Dwight D... 

Clark-H. aV.'.V.'.'!!! 

dark. L.N 

Clarke, Irfiwel) 

0»w«on.ClaifflKBA. 

Cock. James H 

Cofty.J.P 

Cohenoiir.H.H 

Cde, GujT 



Coleman, Arthur T... 



COnley.C.C 

Coimeli,R.U.... 
Conover. John A . 

Cooley, F.C 

Corbatt.C.U.... 

Corbla, £. A 

Cortis,W.8 

OoBtoid. a. E 

Covington. Percy 
Gowie. Charles. . . 



43i.T6 
34^35 



Drake, Edward J... 



'^ij? I Durtei.co:::::. 

IIS\ E«le,ThomTa'j: 
Q m :| Eaetmaa, Chae. . . 
^10 :| Echols, B.C 



144.49 ' 

2371m. 

tzs!oi 



Emery, Frank E.., 
I Emer)', James A.. . 
Emonts, Joseph... 



EXFEKDITUBES OF DEPABTMENT OF AOBICULTUBB. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



„^. 


198. 7& 
58,85 
249.37 

39:36 

117. 40 

SiS 

22.80 
1,208.37 

118:25 

il 

587.77 
107,00 

128.60 

466,70 

258: 05 
52:59 
342 46 

II 

£48.82 

il 

5.50 

1M:o3 
62.10 

112.52 
42.00 
05 66 

405:52 

'fi 

14^03 

II 

6 05 
776: 12 
338: SI 


Name. 


r.ou..: 


Travel and ilalion and fiild expenaet— 


Continued. ^^ 




























































JUOM.I.L. 








n!iiSS!l'?'*i" 


















3SS:i;^.S:::::::::::::::::::::;::::: 


'S^^ 


Gdeonlo.P. 


















Ottoore^^^ 




































SsSe:;::;;;;;;;;;;;;;; 


^'w 


Grah^, R^ (ArkanssB City, 


moo 


araham, R. (National Stock Yards, 

G™y!c:K:'.'.:v.::;'.'.::;'.:::::::::::: 


il^STiii:::;;.-:::::::::::::::::- 


Iff 














ISMrK,':;;;;;;.:;::::::;::: 




Hahn, EoyalH. 


aTS 


ammflpk.L.C 


13.65 






ancock, ilenry J 
















art,Harr^M 

arrington,C.F 






a»J:::;::::::::::::::::::: 


• sss 








eacock, Clyde C 

Heckart.'H.'i'.v.v.'.!;;!;: ;!;!;;!;;;! 






Leeper.i.C 
























Herbert, Clay M 

He^'S.'B.. :;.■.■;;:::;::::::;:;::::: 
g|Jili^<!K^ 






Logan, James 

Lowe] J.' H.':::-::::::::: :::::::::::: 






|k|ee;;;;;;:;;;;;;; 








»A^.-.:::::-::::::::-:::::::: 


,ss 






ife'A^i 


MeBlmey.Joim 


amis 










McCahe, Oeo. P 


















Mccl'iia"d; R. L.v.v.v.".:::::::::::: 


181.70 




3. IE 



EXPEKDITUEES OE DEPARTMENT OP AQBIOULTUKE. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



N-i.. " 


Amount. 

»fi2.53 

72.27 
i,89B,02 

11 

16:86 

II 

34:33 

18:31 

m'.w 

II 

17.79 

is 

«:36 

25.fle 

36:78 

II 

73: S2 

44:10 
61:90 

ii 
II 

■ 817:2s 
S6.;i 

124:110 

186:30 
657:38 


' ,..„: 


Amount. 


TravtlandiUlim and field tzpttuti- 
Continued. 


rark, A. B 








cCoUum, P. L 


p»rk..'a.'H?!'!. ..:::::::::::::::::::: 
















oDonald, H. L 




«■« 








McKaUw, H. R 

SSSTwV 


i^rt^ 


^■^ 


Perry. Junes 






Mwshni.He^:::::::::::::;:::;;:: 


PBrs«,j C. 


11.86 








Mason, W.D 


Petty.F.L 


IOT.76 








ffiSSE',?^:;:::::::::::::::;:::;: 


fSK.'B'V-;:;;:::::::::::::::: 




MaW.H.D.. 








104. M 










58S.S8 








otter. Q.M 

otter, H.T 

ratt,R.T 

rloe-J.O.F 

roper, L.J 

roudloot, Wm 

uIllian,C.M 






Miner! jo.hua'; :::..:...: 

Mooera. C. A 

Mock, B. H 

ass'i'T' 


530.16 








Ra8tand,M.j..;.v.v.:::::::::::::::: 

Ramsay, R, A , 










449. BB 




i^r^*^-;*'- ■'•■■'-■ ■ ■■-■■■--■■-■■■ 








ffiSfe";;::;::;::::::::::: 


Redinoim.'Thos.'."!:::::"!:::: :":::: 
grff'ffi:'::::::::::::::::::::::::-. 


?S:S 










NlJtor.^B^Ei""";:;:;::;;;:::: 

rsis.it£' 




409 






iSS.'K™*-;;;;:::::::::::::;::- 


R^^^'ISI^J 






gfel-J":;;:::;;::;:::;;::;;;:::;;: 

Robards, Jesse 




Mgli«t,E.M 


^'£ 


gS:?;.v.:::::::::;:::::::::::: 


Roberts, O.A.^ 

Roberta, Herbert 


44.10 


Offleld. J.' W [\\\V.""'.'M'."'.' 








|ga^±:;::::::::::::::::::: 
gjMii-c;:.;::::::::::::::: 


' 12.84 


S;f|r";;;;;;;;;;;;;;;:; 








Koney, B. C 

Roome. Henry 


Si 


iS&Ei:::;::::;;::-:-- 




















RSw"Ad'"rtrti 









EXPBNDITUBBS OF DEPABTMENT OF AQEIOUI/CUBB. 



BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



Savage. W. A.... 
SftWwU.W.H.... 
Bchftlei, Conrad. . 
Sotutei. CedlK.. 



*.jm.. 



Soott, P. B 

SepQOur, G. H 

Sbiiv, Edvard h.. 

8haw,R.H 

Sliearar, J.C 

81ititon,£, W 

, SheiAerd, U. K..., 
8he[Aierd, B.C.... 

OhT&llwTE. 8. Q 

W.C... 



SiFrat 



Si^srwood, Herbut.. 



KngletOD, Hemy . . , 



Smith, kdwaiil*M!'. 



'Bmltb.HOTbertU.. 

Smith, L.C 

Smith, N.B 

Smlth|w.JlL".'.'.'.';! 
Smith, W. B 



Dimui, nin. n.jjr. 

S&fder, Kodolph 

BommeTB, Franlc. 

SomeniDe, Samuel, )r.. 

flongec, LeeC 

Sorrell.Wama 

SorenBen, N. C 

Speake, Edward O 

Spencer, W. T 



J. P., 



Trarel ami ittalionandfifld expeaso— 



30.22 , Stultfl.C. L 

6S.es I' Sullivan, D. C 

1,0IM.76 ■ Talbot,SBthP 

614.31 i Teeple, Q. R 

9186 [! Thom.CtiM 

261.85 I Thomas, Q. E 

424.96 !i Thomaion, Hugh.. 
83.0& [ Thampaon, Wm.... 

323.SS [, Tlflany, J.B 

7R1 re li Timberiake, T. O... 

Totten. Geo. E 

Trttum, Jacob 

Tieacy, E. H 

Treeman, Fied B... 

Trempet.H.J 

Treeloar,D.C 



887.40 

114! 43 
713. 4S 
97.45 J 
46.6* 
19.77 1 



992.53 
182.16 
18S.65 

S36.43 





«fim 


iSSrilK,-::::::::::;::::::::: 

Bteddom, R. P.^ 

laijro;;:::;-:::::;::::::::: 


805.11 
142. M 















JXS; 



w«bBt«r, Ed. I 



WooA.E.F 

Woodward, B.T... 

Woollen, D,M 

Wootton, Wm.C... 
Wofcester, W. W.. 
WorBwlot, R. C. . . . 



proprlstJon, InduCKn^ S2,600 for te 



Net unexpendod balancB. , 



EXPENDITUKB8 OF DBPABTMENT OF AGEICTJLTUBB. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Contlniied. 



[BipendltuTM bBreundarare also distributed among tba toregoing groupa.] 



Btorra Experiimnt Station, Connect- 
Cnlverslty ol Wisconsin. Uadlson, 



iBBllgationa 
iistJgatlans 



keys and other larm pouttiy. 
Dtob Agricultural Experiment 8ta- Eiperimente tor the purpose of studying the na- 
tion, tuie, cause, and treatment ot "big head" In 



3,281. se 
1,»S8.4S 



to, 1907, under appropriatU 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES. 



Name. 


Title and nrte. 


s- 


paldlSr 
and fl™d 


In Wiuhinglim. 




if 

1,02s. (tt 
































4,1*6.12 






Expert In dairying, at tl.SOO, and asBletant 






i.Mi.es 

3fi0.00 
1,458.34 

looioo 


.,...,„ 




98.60 






































'■«•- 











DiB.1izedOyGoO(^lc 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGEICtJLTUBE. 



BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTUY— Continued. 

Report of expendUures for the fiscal year ended June SO. 1901. under app 
"General expenses, Bia-eav. of Animal Industry (southern dairy wo, 


ropnation 
k), 1907,- 


N.^ 


^ 


WOO' 


Na^. 


YawroanAErbeMlg.Co 


Apparaiu), injfrumetus, and labora- 
tory moferioI-Continued. 


IM.08 




61.70 










310.92 
g7S.3B 
■ 43,47 


^^?iJ^=:-£E: 


Travil and MaHon otid fitid wp«i.«. 






297.70 
57.10 


SS;v;;:;:::::;::;:::;::::: 


FUT^itUTl. 




Moser. C. 




Telegr.rh. 


1,7«2.SZ 








Slater, H.N 
























BRtber Cteamery Sup. Co., A, H 

FeaalACo.. H.D.. 


Woodward, T. E 


130.22 



































Report of expendit-ures for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907, under appropriatia 
"General expenses, Bureau of Animal Industry (diseases o}'dcmu»l%c onimoii 
Uvime»ota), 1907, 95,00" " 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES. 



Report of expenditures for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907, under appropriation 
"General expetises. Bureau of Animal Industry (diseases of domestic animals, 
MinTiesota), 1907„ 95.000." 



CotMu. Caiae. E.. 
Knni Oil Co 



UUler.I 

EusBell, Edwin 

State ExpeiimeDt Station... 



Telephone. 


A.ou=t. 




1 Apparattu. fiutrunienW, and labora- 
■ "^ tors 'oateri^a. 




Travel and ilaUon and fitUi txptnsei. 























BXFBNDITUBBS OF DEPABTMGNT OF AQBICTJLTUBE, 9. 

BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 

Report of expeTuHlures for the fiscal year e-aded June SO, J907, under appropriolio' 
"General expemn, Burenu of Aniinal Inditttry (disauee of domestic animtdt 
Minnetota), 1907, 93,000." 



lExpesditures hereunder &i« also distributed amoag tbe toreKolng groups.] 



Mlnneeota AgrLcultaml Eiperlment 



nvestigatlons ol the dleeasea linowa u 
rha^G septloemla. Infectious eereb' 
meningitis, and malignant catairh. 



Report of expcTidituTea 
"General expenses, 1 
1907, f25,000." 



Bufliim,B.C 

King, FranclBS.... 

CartyU.W.L 

Bammand, W. F... 
eirkpstrlck, Wm. I 

Cole, Leon J. 

Duggar. J.F 

aoiiceU,O.U 

Curtice, Cooper 

Morton, Geo. E 

Oaumanlti, Daniel 

8!?S»A- 



5» 

ArmBby, Henry 
Fries, J. ' ' 






Button, James. 

Peck, Ca«Blua 

.Komachan, Jobn 8 , 

Desjadon. Simon 

Leo, Fred M 

Koi'be.b. w;ii;:::; 



Co^rove, C. J 

Cota.Cbaclea 

Cota, Henry 

Ouyett*, A. W 

Langwortby, C. Q .. 

Moronoy. T^P 

Plnuey, J.W 

Sears, John 

Wafter.H.C 

Woodworth, GuyC. 
Yarter. Frank Y.... 
Walker. W, a 



Uember ol board 

Expert In animal husbandry, 



;o purchase sheep, a1 
purchase sheep, at 110 per 



Expert In animal buebandiy. attMO 

Expert In animal husbandry, at (TOO i 

Expert in animal husbandry, at ISO per montli { 

ExpertlnanlmalhuBbandry, at WOO. 

Expert In animal husbandry, at $500. .--.,---,. 



Expert In animal husbandry, alt46a 

Eipert In animal husbandly, at 1300 

SclentlficasaistaDtiQanlmalbusbandry, attT20.l 

Expert in animal natrttlon, at 11.000 i 

Expert In animal nutrition, at tSIO 



Expert In animal nutrition, at USpei montli . . 

E]i«rt groom, at »1,200 

E^qiert eopervlaar, at tSOO 

Collaborafor, at tlOO 

Laborer, at tM per month 

:;;;!do!!!!!!!!!!;!!!;!i;!!^!;!!;!!I!!!;!;!;;!!! 

Laborer, at 137 par month. 

Laborer, at $300. 

do 

Laborer, at 13 per diem 



. Laborer, at ti per di 



Total.. 



DiB.1izedOyGoO(^lc 



BXPBKDITUBEB OF DBPABTMBNT OF AQEIOUI/EUBE. 



BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continiie<J. 



Nome. 


tsa20 

80,00 
eOB,75 
80. DO 

29^23 
10,05 

16:45 

'■li 
M 

200-00 

'360.00 
20,36 
16.00 
M,00 

.ii 

116.20 
309.71 
COO 

'm.oo 

400,00 


Na™. 


a™„.. 




■ Frim- 




ftln^rtdge, C. N 




























Tcltplumt. 

Chamnlaln vmiey TeJephODB Co 

New England reltgraph and Tele- 
























smsworto 4 Co.,^. A 










'^ talory mal«*J. 










































TtarelandOatHmandfitldtxpmia. 
BeU,0,A 
















Roblnaon Edwards Ldrntier Co'. 


'' M*7 






















W^E== 
















Ttoub, H. F 

Vermont Agricultural EiperimBnt 


ffi-S:.":'::::::::::::::::::::: 

Morton, O60.E 

b™.|jO„.k 


Its 




502,00 










8.8SJ,31 









Unexpended balaois 

Report of expenditures for 
''Oeneral expenses, Bursa 
tf 5.000." 



r Animal Industry (at 
CONTRACTS. 



[Eipendlturea hereunder 



Pennsylvania Experiment Station 

Halm Sxporlmant Station 

Vermont £xperiiaent Station... ., 
Rhode Island Kiperiment Station 

Colorado Experiment Station 

Uliineeota Experiment atntlon... 
Wyoiaing Experiment Station ... . 



,_ _.- Inwatlgatlona.. 

-'oultry breeding........ 

Hor^an-borae breeding . . 



rsebreedlng 

orthomcaitle, . 



HangMiheep breeding... 



1.000.00 

Z,3M8a 
1,«7. 17 



^[PEKDITUBES OF DBPABTUBNT OF AQBI0V1.TDBG. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


In Wa$hinffUm. 




SSriHi^^;::::-.-.:;::: 


i:s:sa^sas.iazi,ssi 




cialficblet ol dlvl^ou, at S2,a00. 1 




Veterinary inspector, at J1.200 and ll.wb 














ist. at (1,200- 




Ueat inspector, at 11 fKXt. and cleik, at 11.000. .. .' 






































iSE;/;,*';:-.-:::;::;;::; 






























c;jsft;™rts-: 










F«K«n,H.j'. 




trpiff liter, at »l.«0. 














































Jacobs, Harry C 






SSf^/firu^w;;::;::::::: 


































C™^^m.8.H 






GriBwol^racB 






SHse;;;e:;; 















326.87 ,. 
7S3.» ''. 



3S.3i 
*6ii."!6 



EZPENDITUBBS OF DEPABTMENT OF AOBICCII/rTmE. 
BUBBIAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LUUP-FtTND f 



»™. 


fS 


Title and rate. 


paid for 

tMO.OD 
«05.50 

11 

300.00 


paid lor 

'5a 
























?uX'iffi2v;::;::::::: 


as 

Clerk 


stenographer, and trpewriter, at tl.000— 
stenographer, and typewriter. atlSW... 









BurruBs, R. P ' Bookkaepar. at »iOO 

Jensen. John do 

Peny, Clarmce A Clerk (bookkeBper), 

Neis. C.J Clerk-trpe^riter, a1 

Hughva, Oso. H ClBTk-tfpewiiter, al 

Brooklngton. Bernard i CarpenMr, at 14 per 

Croae. J. C- i do. 

Scott. Jan 



White. Edward 

Coolrman. Chas. h, . 

SiilplBr. Geo. J 

Malay, Edward J... 
Cromptoo. Hany... 



Travers, C. E 



Neale, Alfrad... 
NelBon. Edward 
Parker, Edwart 
Beach. Freddie. 

Out o/'wasi 



Haddea, Tooie A 

HouokjO.O 

Rose, W.H,,. 

Aysr, Don C 

Baker, Lewie H 

Ryder, J, F 

Braugliain, Jamea J . . 



Clan 



Uetsker, LooIb 

Soronsen, Niels C 

Waller, Harry N 

Johnston, Jamea 

Richardson, A. O. a. 
Smith, NathuiielB.. 
Dltewig, George 

Oeorge, HarriaonH.. 

Johnaon, a. A 

Ketflhum, Frank D.. 
Kattatoll, Ita C 



Carpenter, at S3.50^r d 



id cuatodtan, at (1,200. . 



Uesaenger, at t360 and ttSO. . . 

MesBenger, at 1300 

M eraenser, at t360 and use . . . 

Skliiedlaborer, attWO 

Skllled laborer, at (600 

if^ldlied laborer, at (1.50 per 



ttK40andM80... 



Veterinary Inspector, c 
Vetorlnaty lospector. 



t (12.90 per diem, a 
It (2,500, (2,750, a 
(2,500 



Veterinary inspeotor, t 

(2,500. 
Veterinary inapector, at 
Veterinary inapector. i 



Vetminary inapector, a 



Vateriuary inapector, at 11,800 

VetorirLMy' 'iiiapectorV at "lliwol ' (iisoo,' "I 



l.WO.dO 
2!og3!33 ' 



138. 3T 
90.00 
132.79 



250.00 


502.90 


875.00 
008.33 


SS 


842^23 
833.34 


11 


w'on 


184.51 


315! 00 


35.'6T 


868.33 


i,i38-'77 


84L06 


lat.ot 



BXPEHDITUBEB OP DBPAHTMENT OF AGBICUT-TUBE. 
BUEBAU OF ANIMAL I NDDSTBY— Continued. 



LUMP-FUSIJ SALARIES— Cont 



Oui of Jra</i!n0o?i— Cont'd, 

BeecOir, Led P Veterinary 

(2,000. 
FftviUe, Geo. C do 



ariaod, aaudeK... 



^^'?aVr 


VeteriDSr; inspector, 


:-;--^- 






















at (1,500, (1,800, and 
at (1,800, (I,fl00, «;800, 


Abel Louis 


Ainsworth F W 




Velettnary Inspector. 
V^a ins tor 


at (i,S0O, (1,800, (1,800, 










Casper. A. H 


Veterinary inspector. 

(2,000, ^ 
Veterinai? inspector, 


at (I,S0O, (1,800, and 


Denilng, Charles W 

DeWolf.F.L 




Veterinary iDsoector, 

(1,800, and (2^000. 
Veterinary inspector. 


t(125 per month, (1,800. 
at 11,3)0, (1,800, and 
at (1,601), (1,801), (1,800,. 






















Miller.Joahu* 


Veterinary Inapector. 


at (1,900, S1.800, and 








Veterinary iii^iector, 
and (2,000. 








Anderson. M.O 

Armstrong, TI108. L 

AthertoQ, 1. K 


'"Sf^"'^ Inspector. 

(2.000. 
Veterinary Inspactor 

Veterinary inspector. 
Vetartnaty Inspector. 


at (l,SOO, (1,800, and 



1,800.00 

1,416. «S . 
1.800.00 



1,278.00 . 
820.00 . 
«».00 . 



1,440.(4 

118.80 



EXPEKIHTCBE6 OP KBPABraCKHT Of iOaiCUUnjS^ 
R|;RKAI' of animal INDrSXHI— C-mnnoeO. 

( oj trtfittAUurafiir t}u: pienl ytar enAiA Juiu-i'j. I'^n. vnilff appnipriaiion "Meat 
iiui/M^vm. Barta'i o/ Atn/i-al hul'ittry. IW:. #.J/yx..<xy>'"— C'.minued. 



lilUtiiKliHiu, V 
uriwiip. TIhhhI 
It viler. Ilpnni 
VohiPiwii. Kn 
IIhIT llMrrv M 



itSl.aOOsTultl.tKKI.. 



kXarlnitrj' Inupwtor, a 



BXPENDITURBS OF DEPAKTMBNT OP AGBIOm/TUMl, 
BCRBAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTET— Continued. 



LDMP-FUND SALARIES— Continued. 



Out ^ WathintlMi—Coafe 

Haneook, H. J 

H»yM.Wm.R 

JackBOn, R. E 

LorebeiTj, Clarance 

Mnrphv.W. J 

Jois.E.C 



Benner, Willis O..!." 

Burnett, fa.'cLtton.',' 
CochntDe, Robt. £... 

DoU,'HSrH ". 

De Ronde, Jolin D . . . 
Durlee, Clarence O. . . 

Eagla, Thomas J 

EcH, Wm. 

FotberlDgbam, Wm.. 
OLUIeg, Duncan R.... 



Jay, flobert. ..'.'.'.'.' 

Kanstoroom, D. 8 . . 

Keppel, John 

Krowt, leaac N 

Le^T, Robt. B... 

MoHu^', Wm.'o.'.', 

MadBSn, Jens 

Ifahon, James 

Moirow, Chas. J . . . 

Nllaa, EdwInP.... 
Ntven, Andrew B . . 
Owen, F. D 



PotB, Thomaa B 

Powell, Norman C 

Raidy, JohnB 

Rich. Tbeodore S 

RlcbiDoiid, Xavia I 

Roe. JohnF , 

iKerC"™'.;^::: 



StlDgley, OrvUle A 

Bturgas, Frank P 

Suit,F,T 

Thomaa, R.H 

Ttrnmernian, Herman J 

Trenbeth, Wm. B 

Walle, Aleitander C 

WInant, Frank 1 

Wootton.Wm.C 

BaUey, Aifrad L 

Boazman, JameeB 

Hays, Daniels 

Buib, Adolph 

S. Doc 426, 60-1- 



Veterloary Inspector, at 



1 11,400, tl ,S00, and 12,000. 

ii,"*M,iV, 

. tl,400 at 



Veterinary inspector, t 

....do?. 

....do 

Vetarinary Inspector, at tl,4(n, (1,000, and tl. 
Veterinary inapeotor, at 11,400 and (1,800. . 
Veterinary Inspector, at Sl,400,tl,IM)D, and tl 
Veterinary jnapector, at tl,400 and 11,800.. 

VeMrinary 'inepectoi-,' at 11:400) Vl*,«o6,'and uisOO . 

Vetn^nary inspector, at 11,400 and 11,800 

Vetetinary I liBpectci-i at ti ,'400',Vl,66oi knd'lV,i( 
Veterinary inspector, at 11,400 and 11,800. . . . 
Vatertoary inspector,at 11,400,11,600, and 11,8( 
Veterinary inspector, at 11,400 and 11,800 



Veterinary inspector, at 11.400, ll.tXIO. and SI, 
Veterinary Inspector, at 11,400 and 11,800 . . 



Veterinary hiapector, j 

11,800. 
Veterinary inspector, at 

Veterinary hiapector, j 

11,800. 
Veterinary Inspector, at 

Veterinary inapector, i 

11,800. 
Veterinary inspector, ai 



Veterinary inspector, 



H,i66,"ii;«i6,"iuid' 



Veterinary iuepector, at 11,400, 11,500, 11,( 

and 11,800. 
Veterinary Inspector, at 11,400 and 11,800. . 



JVetMlnary inspector, at 11 



l,3iM.OO . 
I,50a00 . 
1,H)0.00 
1,500.00 



1,500.00 
1,033.34 . 
1,500.00 |. 

1^500 01 



1,500.00 
'792.78 . 



BXPBNDITUBBB OF DBPABTMBNT OP AGBIOTn/TUM. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Condnned. 



Report of expendUureg for thejUcal year ended Jun 
VMpedion, Bureau of Animal Indiutry, 1'. 



LUMP-FUND SALABIE8 — CoDtlnued, 



OfUofWotliiilgMi-CoaVA. 


Veterinary Inspector, at 11,400 and 11,S0D 


Wwt, Laoniar 

Wlley.MorrlsC 






















iitipatrick. K.'c'.'.'.'.'.'.. '.'.'..'. 


























Holsnum. W. R 
















Sr|S;;:;;;;::;;; 








































Veterinary inspector, at 11200, 11.400, and 
Veterinary inspector, at 11,200, ll,eOO, and 
Veterinary inspector, at 11,200, 11,400, and 


BuUooy Alfred D 


Cooper,J.D 




Veterinary Inspector, at 11.200 and 11.800 

Veterinary inspector, at 11,200. 11,400, 11,600, 

and»l,S«. 
Veterinary Inspector, at 11,200, 11,600, and 

Veterinary Inspector, at 11,200, 11,400, and 
11,800. 

'SSS'"-"' ■•"■»"■•■'•"'"••"■ 

Veterinary inspector, at 11.200, 11.400, and 

Vetirinkry inspector, at 11,200, 11,500, and 

Veterinary inspector, at 11.200, 11,600, and 

Vet^rinkry inspector, at 11,200, 11.400, and 

Veterinary inspector, at 11,200, 11,400, 11,800, 

andll,SW. 
veterinary inspector, at 11,200, ll,a00, and 

Veterinary inspector, at 11,200, 11.400, ll.HlO 

and 11,800. ^ 
Veterinary inspector, at 11 ,200, tl ,400 , and U .800 . 


Keaoe.Jos.S 






lifoKeown, Thomas H 

Mauldin,C.K '.. 














Veterinary Inspector, at 11,200 and 11,800 














....do 



1,483.34, 

1,483.33 
923.33 



4SS.88 


imj7 


12,22 


7.85 




8.0O 






















MW 


e.'a7 






^^ 


8.00 
















32.51 






«2.22 














loioo 



EXPBHDITUBES OP DBPABTMENT OF AGBICtTLTOBE. 
BUREAU OP ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Con tinned. 



) SALARIKS— ContlDDCd. 



Name. 


Title and rale. 


Btlary- 


station 
and field 


Out of IPrnMnflton— Cont'd. 










Veterinary inipeotoc, at 11^ and ll,0Ott ' i,3o6.6o 

VBterinttrylii8pBCtO(,attl.mtl,*»,ttndll,«». B83.33 
















1,300,00 






















?SS:g£SSS,iVaff:Si3«ml At 




























Veterinary inapector, at 11^, « ,400 and 11 ,800. 
Veterinary Inspector, at 11^200 and i\ffa 


'719. « 
1,3M.00 
































M.BOO. 

Veterinary inspector, at tt,20O and (1,600 ' 1,0X101) 

Veterinary inapeot«r, at »l,a0O, tl,*», and | 1,433.34 
















1,300.00 
1,3IX).00 
9»«.fl7 




l^p^^dt^F^L 
































l,42S.OO 

],2B3.33 
1,300.00 
1,300.00 
1,433.34 

1,300.67 






Veteriiiii in^tor. at «.W6. il.ioo, ^ 










Veterinary inspector, at *1,200 and 11,600 










Veterinary inspector, at (1,200, (1,100, and 


















1,300.00 
1,284 44 

1,102:22 

1,300.00 
1,350.00 

'Si 
































Veterinary inspector, at »l,aai, (l,4O0. and 

Veterinary inspector, at ll,aDO and (1,600 

VeMrinary inspector, at «,sai, W,WO. and 
(1,600. 






































1,260.00 














i;i5o:oo 

l|290!00 

I'll 

'm33 














































Kttiay!."::';::::::; 

Breckenrldge, W. K 















EXPENDITUEES OF DEP4BTMBNT OP AGEIOULTUBE. 
BUEEA-U OF ANIMAL I NDUSTET— Continued. 



inspection, Bureau, of Animal Industry, 1907, $S, 000, 000 "—ContinMed. 
LUMP-FtlND SALARIES— ContiDHed. 




Brock, Ralph O.. 
Bromell, Oeorge W 
BuolDor, Geo. w., 
Bart, James H 



g,J.P... 



CaldwaU, u. n — 

Calpb, EdwacdJ 

Cater, FredC. 

Caughey, Tames B 

Chase, Je^UT 

Oart, Claience W 

dement, Chas. B 

Ctement^, SaJ^L 

Oofly, Joeapli P. 

Cole, Clarencs Q 

Coleman, AitboT T 

Collins, FiBskE 

Collins, Horace R 

ColaoiL Charles ¥ 

Cook, Stanley C 

Copithorn, HanyK... 
Com^ti^t, Wm. W... 
Cowlea, E. U 

DauKhtrey, Geo. S. . . . 

Davfe,Wro.F 

Davltt.UlchaelH...'.. 



Dickey, I 



II, Bert.. 



as. 

Eadle, ~ 
Eagle, 
Ea«le, 
E^olg 



Eioest C. 



FattM, Qeo.E 

Flaherty, George F. .. . 

Foster, Frank L. 

Foster, John V 

Franks, JoaephW 

Gallasher, Francis L.. 

Gallagher, Pater J 

Gamee, WiUlamU.... 



Gordon, Waldron U. . 
Goubeand, Geo. J 

Greeder, Herman 

Ouillaume, UlchaeL... 

Hackett.C.N 

HacWer, Hcoiy D .... 

Hahn, Frank Q 

Hart.CarroUP 

HHrtnmn, John D 

HennetierBer, W. B . . . 



Veterinary inspector, at tl,200 . 





W6.'44 














1,260.00 


176.26 




BXSO 


















■850.00 


IS 
















A. a 














^■? 


«:» 




Ji,S6 










889.33 


17.30 


993:33 
,216.80 


32419 
13.86 














'gsoioo 


11.75 

42.22 






l;Jt| 


its 












13.10 


































































476!flfl 





EXPBNDITDBES OP DEPABTMENT OF AQBIOULTUEE. 101 

BUREAU OP ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 

Report of txpendituret for the Jiaeal year ended June SO, 1907, under appropriation "Meat 



LTJUP-PUND SALARIES— Continued. 




MInge, B«n]. O.... 
UmilnKs, KoHt. M.. 
Murdock, Dawoon C . 
Nell, Geone ^' 
NeUJgan.'^aUDi.. 
Nelson, Conrsil L. 

Nelson, Oscar 

NewbsigjGeo.C..., 
Newton, Howard M . 



Peabody, Horace C . 
PtaSman, Geo. * 
Pollard, Wm. t... 
Potrati, Henry F. 
Potter, Geo. M... 
Potts, FiedW. 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUBB. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES— CoQtlnuPd 



Out of Waikvngum — Cont'd. 

Benter, Waiter W 

Rice, Kobt. 

Biddell, Tboodora. W 

RoadhooM, CheBterL 

RobblM, HartWBll 

Rodlbai«b, Aided B 

BodibBDgh, Samuel J 

Ronubmgei, Guy W 

Baser, JoseMi F 

Rotbennal, Bobt. O 

St. Ctelr, Frank P 

Ballade, James W 

atumders, Fred 

BeliaelBT, EdwaidH 

Schmidt, John F 

BeoW, PresUmB 

SdtE, ElmeiE... 

Bdhf, JoMphV 

Shale, Harvey L 

rataw, Ed^rB 

Blmpaan, Wm. H 

ainaeton. Henir 

SHdmore, Don I 



SomercUJe, Sainl.. jr. 

SorreU, Walter 

fiOObi, Albion U.M... 

Spear.W.H 

KiindlM, Jolm E 

Spiliieer, Saml. B . .. 

SnflMd. Joaepli 

etlllweU. John D 

Bwanson, Chas. A . .. 

Tade, Jamss HI 

Talbert, Joseph F . . . 
Thomas. Annd J 



Townley. Henry D . . 



Volt, WlUlm 

Verduln. F.J 

Vermillion, R. C 

Vennilya, Ralph F . . 



Walton, Charles M . . 



Vaehbur 






Weagly. C.B 

Webster, John H... 
Weeks, Lewie C... 
^Vhipple, Fredk. R . 
White. Jesse H . . . . 
Whitfng, Hex A . . . 

Wilbur. B.R 

Williams, Jease B. . 
Woodward. B.T.. 

Yennei. Benjamin I 



Block, D.^unne.... 

Bovers, John F 

Bowliia. lAwience W 
Broadwell, John M . . 



Title and rate. 


»l.ry. 


Amount 
paid tor 
ttaveland 

and field 




tiis.sa 

963.33 
613.33 
1,160. TO 

926,87 
716.00 

95o!a) 

1,200.00 

'II 
.11 

960! 09 
993:33 

75.1.33 


























































17.93 
































78.34 








21,60 












18fl.65 







. Veterinary Inspector, at n,20a... 



713 33 












o«:oo 

880.00 


211.60 
173.36 














117?? 




















000.00 


«2.9S 















SXPBNDITUBEB OF DEPARTMENT OP AGBICULTDBB. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL rNDUSTRT— Continued. 



inspection, Bureau of Animal Induslry, 1907, $Sfli 

LUMP-FUND SALARIES— Contii 



Name. 


Title and rote. 


paid lac 
Bftlary, 


Amount 
paid for 
travel and 
station 

eipensBs. 






tia3.33 
16,87 

426! 66 
473.33 
23. S3 

606.67 

Toaoo 
sea. 33 

160.00 

100.00 

II 
II 

m87 

II 

363.33 

526:67 
896.67 
870,00 

II 

230.00 
m67 

fl 

■■|i 

243.33 
23.33 
SS6.e2 

II 


































































































































































































































































































































































































































McLean. Wm.C 




69.70 



BXPENDITUBBS OF DBPARTMBNT OP AGEIOULTUEE. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Contlnaed. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES— Continued. 



»,„.. 


Title and [Bte. 


H' 


tr&TSl and 
a^"^°d 














52'. 
20( 
26* 
40( 
30( 
21; 

1 

ax 
24; 

m 

,i 
1 

1,1W 


1 
00 

67 

00 
00 

00 

00 
00 
00 
00 

00 
33 

00 
00 
33 

67 

00 

33 

33 
00 

00 
00 

00 

00 
67 

34 

00 
00 
87 
B7 


















































































































































































































































































































































































































fl 
















ChBmi8t.M«,600 


210.60 



BXPBHDITUBES OF DEPAETMENT OF AGBIQULTUEE. 
BUEEIATJ OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LUMP-PDND SAI..AEIffi8— ConUnuea. 



.,„. 


Title and mM. 


Amount 
paid lor 
salary. 


tSd 

^fl^'d 






tl,iee.ST 
1,061.87 

012.50 






Eipert ksalatiuit in aiialytl(»l Cheinlstir at 




Bor«r.E.A 


tea. 20 




Aflslatanf mloroscoplst, at I2,l5 per diem 






s 

1,01£ 
S4f 
70C 

1 

TT. 
Bit 

95t 

1 

i 
1 

1 


oo 

00 

60 

00 

22 
66 

66 

77 

66 
00 

89 

00 

1 

S6 
00 

oo 

44 


































^'^JJ^.**^'' " *"**' *^ ^^^ aiamlner. 




B JohnD 
















Meat Inspector, at tl.DOD, and veterinary In- 

^SSi^i'SSSS^m. 










Meat Inapectoi. at 11,000, and expert asalBtant 






osSS 






















































































Sullivan, Wm.D 


Meat Inspector, at tl.ODO, and veteilnar; in- 
speotorratlllaOO. 








































^° 






















:::::t:::::::::::::;:::;::::::::::;::::::;:::: 


30. ai 




































moo 

80^33 

si 

mo! 

11 






































































BrtOT.TtoyH 


— .do 





EXPENDITUBBS OF DEPABTMENT OF AQBICULTUBE. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES— Contlnned. 




OtM 0/ Waskitielon—Coat'i 

Ballantine, John 

BaUlet, Edward E 

Baolror, RictuirdK 

Bflniaby, Emory F. .'--'.. 

Barr, Walters 

I Bamneer, Jowph £ 

Barry, Pairiek T 

Sauer, JotmM 

Bauer, Mtchael 

Bamnaiater, Qustav 

Bayler, Theo. M 

Beattv, Wm.A 

Beaudett«, Horace F 

BechMI, Charto 

Baok, Everett W 

Beak, Jaoob 

Behniu, Alfred D 

Bell.EawardA 



Bennin^T, Fred C 

Benaon. Robert 

Beny. Oliver W 

Beatvlck, FranclsT.. 

Bevioa, Joseph F 

Beymer, C. B 

BltllDKton,Wm.J.... 
BlozTrrank K 






Bleiatein, Wm. F 

Bowers, WlUlam J.... 

Blundell, Wm. L 

Boalg, TbomaaM 

Boatman. Clay 

Boehm, H- A 

Boeluu.JoaephH 

Bolden, B, E. 

Boweia. Benjamin F... 

Bowser, Edwin B 

Boyd, Robert 

Boyle, Chas. F 

Boyle. Herman E.,.,.. 

Boyle, Jamea 

Boyle, Oscars 

Boyle, Tttomaa M 



Brokenshar, Benj 

Brooka. WilllardH.. 

Brosardj John 

Bionm, James L 

Brown, Robert E 

Brown, Richard H.. 
Brown, ThomaaP... 
Browne. Wm. F 

Bruce! PbUipH.'.!'!! 



























M!7H 


12.00 












».8S 














MB, 66 


mio 






























































TU4E 


6.30 




10.06 


















1VIM 


21.10 






















7ea.M 


11.36 






iiiil 


14.30 






























750,00 

iB6.e7 


10.27 














«s.oo 





BIPENDITUBES OF DEPAKTMENT OP AGEICTJLTUEE. 



BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LUHP-FUND SALARIES— Cod tJDued. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


Ovi at WaiMnfioB-CvaVA. 












































^^Wm.J..,. 




































































































enemies, David B 

gSM/ii 





































































































































Amount 
travel and 
and field 









11, « 






mM 


l.U 


763.88 


J.« 


m7s 


70.20 


























™» 


«ae2 











kxn^lc 



BXPEKDITUBBS OF DEPABTMENT OP AGB.ICULTUBB. 
BDEEAU OF ANIMAL I NDUSTRT— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND HALARIBB — Contlnred. 



Name. 


«,.„.„„. 


«^'5'- ! and Add 


Out of WaDMngtm-CoaVi. 


l£ea 




1 
































?S?»,S:';.-.::::::::: 


::::: 












» 














































































































































































































































































































■• 






































































rier, GirtarT. ::::!:::::<] 

apenlaub, David F ; <J 














^S^E^FVGv:;::;:::::l:::::do::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::: 


Toa.Ts , m.zt 






yasen, William P d 























EXPEKDITtJKBS OF DEPARTMENT OP AOBICnn/rDBB. 
BUREAU OP ANIMAL INDDSTEY— Continued. 



Report ofexpenditta 



LUMP-FDNO SALARIES— Cod tlDoed. 



Title and rate. 



Ovt of WaiMneltm— Cont'd. 



Fegan, Jitmea 

Fdcker, Paul 

FoLn, JoMH 

Feonell, CharlegA.. 

¥<>rgaaon, R. B 

Ferrin, Cliaa. A 

Ferris, John 

Finnegan, PatHok--. 
Finnesan, Peter J... 
Fisclibeck, Wm. F.. 



Fltepatrici, Jolin A.. 
Flalf7,Chas.H-....:.. 
Flajuucan. Frank 3 . . 

Flege, tjmli W 

fleTBChuuT, Hugo 

Fljim, James J 

Foley. Daniel F 

FoDmor, V.E 



FolBter, Fred V 



Francisco, Charles. . 

Frank, Cbas, A 

Fnumnan, Peter A . 

Fiaier, Harry L 

Frenoh, Aleraiider H 

Frett, PotarW 

Frey, Ferdinand.... 
FrttBCh, Fred J 






«, Charlie.... 
■, Alex. L,. 



Ueat Inapector, al 



_ Jbroath, Chaa. H do.. 

Gall, Auguat do.. 

Oallagher, Hugh J do.. 

Qallagher, James E do. . 

Qadajn^, James T do.. 

Oarrtauj, John W do.. 

Garrlty, MlDhael H do . . 

Oaust, Samuel M do.. 

Ooddes, Geo. E do., 

Geerteema, B. H do.. 

Gent, Alfred-....-...---- - do.. 

Georse, Edward do.. 

Gibson, Charlie R do.. 

Gibson. Thos. H do.. 

Gidney, Charles A do.. 

Oldney, Walter U do.. 







73e.S9 


t4,«0 






'asioo 


6.12 












^'» 












45. *5 




















7.93 






























































11?' 19 


aiafi 








47. « 








iw 














■m.u 


isTis 




70. ao 












as. IS 






























50S.32 


2S.16 






i1 


7,00 



BIPENDITUKES OF DEPARTMENT OF AQKIOUI/TUBE. 
BUREIAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALAB IBS— Continued. 



»™. 


"•-»•■ 


AjuDimt 
paid ror 
aalary. 

ii 

m.ia 

tt7.21 
768,33 

II 

747.23 
3<».GS 

11 
ti 

iii 
II 

788. 8» 
760,00 
4»3,0$ 

76O:O0 
760,00 
768,33 

763: n 

11 

ii 

8«:87 

*3S.89 
780, M 

763! 8B 

sa 

7m:oo 

is 

73&g9 


travel a^ 
Bxpenaea. 






HS^^ta^^^B'"'^ 


































































































































































































































































































































































































































iSSS.. .".'.:".::;:::;;: 







BXFBNDITtJKBS OF DBPABTMBNT OF AQBICDIiTUBB. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INRUSTRY— Continued. 



'inspeOum, Bureau of Animal Induitry, 1907, $S,Oi 



LUUP-FUND SALARIES— CoDtlQued. 



Name. 


Title and raw. 


SF 


p»lc?(or 
travel and 

erpensM. 






11 
Si 

2712! 

li 

747.23 
76a 09 

II 

is 
|i 

II 

II 

soe.33 

II 

moo 

11 

7*7.23 

If 

827:78 

626! 01 
333.34 

gas: 00 
7ii:e7 

750.00 
783,88 

5S:^ 


I7.se 




































































































































































































































Hj^tt-j-A--^;,- 































































































































































































EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUBE. 
BUREAU OP ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Oontlaned. 



LUMP-FUND BAI^RIBB — Continued. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


A.o.nt 
paid for 
salary. 


paldlSJl 

^Aeld 
expenses. 


Oat of Waihmgum-Confd. 




a08.33 

7m:oo 

769.44 
750;00 

m.M 

813. 8B 
808.33 

|i 

763.80 
2S0.00 

Base 

769.46 
330.67 

II 

|i 
il 

7flB.44 
781.11 
^78 

Boa 33 

794! 44 
761.1! 
766.67 

747:23 
M7.21 

II 

350,00 

nts 

S33.34 

76LJ1 

ffi:S 






































































































































































































































Knig.EmeatA 








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-..do 











































































GXPBNDIIU^B 0? DBPASTUBITT OF AGBICUL.TUBB. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LCMP-rUND SALAKIEe — CoDtlnoed. 



Nsme. 


Title and laM. 


S|' 


'in* 

and field 1 
eipenaeB. 5 






(111.12 

Si 

702.78 

ii 

778.00 

as 

706.34 

II 

ii 

11 
|§ 

ii 

7W.44 
7<7.2J 

SS 

11 
|S 

il 
11 
SI 

738.89 

738.89 
711.11 
JB1.W 
7SS.M 

T6B.44 

7oaoo 

483.33 












































tlS.40 






























































































































































































































MUoiifcJameeJ 












i6."oo 


Jtoi^t^D 





























































































































S. Doc. 425. 60-1— 



.Coot^lc 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGBICUL.TOBE. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY-<kinMnued. 



LUMP-FUND BALARIEB— ContlDoed. 



»». 


Title and rate. 


paid for 
«lar7. 


CSS: 

trowel, and 
i^dCd 






«m.oi 

730. £6 

ii 

583.33 

750.00 

758.33 

ii 

mi 

«7.23 

489; ee 

133.34 
802.78 

823.34 

is 

750. M 

T4T.23 
780.55 

388.89 

SS 

fieri 23 

789.44 
500. 00 
753.80 

Is 

826.00 
768.33 

Is 

783.80 














H&OO 




































































































































































































































































SK'tSS:".'.'-.-.-.:::::::: 






















































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p'lT^^'^"'/'' 































Psrk».T.C 




o 





EXPENDITDKBS OP DEPAKTMBNT OP AQBICTn/EUBE. 
BUREIAU OF ANIMAL I NDDSTBT— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES — Continued. 



Name. 


Title and nte. 


salary. 


andfleW 


Out q^ WaihingKm-CmVd. 




TSS.33 

S| 

54l!67 
TOS.se 

moo 

aas. 33 
m.67 

686. B7 
794.44 

68s,n 

748. fiZ 

II 

7Sg.S3 

II 

350:01 
7fl4.44 

11 

Tfie!e7 

43S.Sa 

ll 

M 
II 

il 

3M.44 

II 

m.aa 

Tioioo 
go.u 

833.34 




?:sfc°':::--:::- 






































































































































p&rf?wSt«VS 


:::JS :■:::■:■:-:::::■:::::::::::::::::: 


42.20 








Puleti, John'V 


;:::t:::::::::::;;::;::::::;:::;::::::::::::::- 


s-s 


Quiglejf, rfalter F 






















lUnn.JohnT 




















































































































































































































mrnnlng A-m ,1 


....do 


e.oo 



EXPENDIIUBBS OF DEPABTMENT OP AGRICULTURE. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LUUF-BTND SALAKIBS — Contlaaed. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


paldlSr 
salary. 


Amoont 
paid tor 
travel and 

Bipensee. 


OiK afWashington-aaiVd. 




taoo.oo 

ii 

ii 

763: 80 

11 
II 

760:00 
73S.8B 

763:89 

747:23 
758.33 

7fll.88 
829.00 

is 
11 

ii 

602.79 

827. 7S 
7S8:33 

43a.M 

is 

7eg.M 

463.89 

SS 

25000 
416.07 
















Sabaurin, Napoleoa U 


jl 


lias 


































































































gSSj^i^r'Tc' 
























































































































































































































































































Spechtjja^b 

















EXPEIIDITUBEB OF . DEPABIMENT OF AGBIOUI/FUBE. 
BUEBAU OP ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



> SALABIES— CoDtlnned. 



"-■ 


Tltte and rata. 


S' 


■tstlon 
and Qeld 
eipeneee. 


Out n^IfMAtaJfoti-Cont'A, 




11 

7B8.W 

moD 

11 

491.07 
73S.89 

2es.a7 

73*. 10 
T3S.W 
T8S.E9 

78«!ll 
747.23 

11 
II 

408. SS 

ii 

3S2.78 

80S. 33 
706.34 

sae.s3 

781.12 

4m. BB 

768.33 

is 
Ss 

202.77 

ii 
ss 
as 

iioiw 




























































































































































































































































































































































































WaHdna, Wallace C 








■t 






















WelwlJosenhJ 







llO EXPENDITURES OF DEPAHTIilENT OF AGBICULTUEE. 

BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTET— Continued. 

Seportqf expendituTe* for the Ji»cal year ended June SO, 1907, under apvt 



LDMF-FCND SALARIES— CoDtlnnea. 



Name. 


Titlsandnito. 


Amount 


tra>Jel ^d 
eipeneea. 






iTfaoo 

S0.O0 

II 

»4.4« 

SSS.g9 

|i 

808.33 
260! 00 

41fl!«T 
738.88 
VBl.ll 

ii 

738. e» 

594. OS 
1.200.00 
1,09S:83 
1,000.00 

i,ooo:oo 

1,100.00 
1,100.00 

33:33 

1,226.00 
l|060!«) 
i;m34 

i.osoloo 

?B:i 

l.OSO.DO 
1,090.00 
1,050.00 
1,0«.50 

Si 

1,060;00 




















































































































































































:::::p:::::::::::;:::;:::::::;:::::::::;::::::: 




Zotoer'ciBB™M^ 








{Meat Inspector, at 11,000; WfB«[j^«t W» and 
















Patrol itoefe eiamlner, at 11,000, and fltook 

examiner, at (900 and »1,200. 
Patrol stock eiamlner, at 11,000 and 11,200 
















































Bpector, at (1,200 and 11,400. 




















































Stock examlnei, at tSOO, loiamui olt aggara, at 
11,000, and itodc eiaminei at !!,»». 




























^0 










Stock eumlnei, at noo, and patrol stock ex- 
aminer, at 11,000 and 11,200. 




Cathel GeoreeT 






::::*::::::::::::::::::::::::'::::::::::::::;:: 















EXPENDITUBES OF DEPABTMENT OF AGRICULTUEE. 
BUKEAU OF ANIMAL I NDUSTBI— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SAI-AHIES— Continued. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


paid lor 


paid lor 
travel and 
station 


Oat t4 WoiUnfiAia-fXxA-A. 


Stoct examiner, at WOO, foreman ol takers, 
at 11,1100, and Btock eiaminer, at «,200. 


'mo7 
i.'osoioo 

1,051 00 
1,050.00 

i; 05a 00 
;o5aoo 

,0fi0.00 

'oao.oo 

'■Si 

!;Si 

1,0«O.CO 

Si 

960,00 
1,050.00 
'676.00 

'TSaSB 

iosoioo 

SI 

BM.«9 

765,17 

1,050.00 
I 0».00 
1 050-00 
1,050.00 




Duffioy,J.J 














at (1,000, and etock e'juuxlner, at t«O0 and 




















B^.S"" 


::::|:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 
:::::&::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::: 












SaSiSW":-:-:- 


























Stock eiaminer, at 1900, and patrol stock ei- 
aminer, at fl,000 and tl,2D0. 






















Stock examiner, at t900, foreman of taggers, at 


























^ni^R.E 


:-!:;;;;;;;;;:;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;:;;;;:;;;;;;;;; 










































Newtdn, HoiristaiL 


do 




oihdVoTT 


















^jtU.J.... 


















amlner, at tl,6oO and (1,200. 














8anfl'e!cl,J.W 


Stock examiner, at 1900, meat Inspector, at 






























Tlppatt. ffm T : Btock eiamlnsr. itt 1900; meat Inspector, at 

"'^ 1 tl,000. and stock eiuninar, at I1.2eo. 


7,8* 




at tl,000, and stock examiner, at 11.200, 

Stock examiner, at (900; patrol etoclc exaniiner, 

at W.OOO. and stock eiamlaer, at W.200. 




Wade^J 








VS-^.t\::::::::::. 


atiik signer, at WOO, i\m, and ti,266 


l.OS 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPABTMEKT OF AGRICULTURE. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— ConUnned. 



LDMP-PUND SALARIES— Continued. 



Name. 


Title aad rate. 


SJi" 


travel iSa 
expenses.^ 


Out o/ITiMMjumni-CoQt'd. 


Stock eiamlDer, at taOO; foieman oC taggers, at 
tl,00tt, sod stock fliamlner, at (l,2l». 


11,019. « 
1,060,00 

9S0.00 

975.00 

950.00 

m.9» 
flsaoo 

ii 
is 
is 

ii 

766.72 
916. e? 
950.00 
050.00 

Si 

boo: 00 

S:S 

ofioioo 

950.00 
929.17 

SSI. 87 
050.00 
050:00 
002.50 
9*7.22 

Bfiaoo 
















StookBiaminer,at»900.*l,OOO.aiidlI,!«l 






















atock eiamlner, at »M0, and loraman of tag- 
gers, at 11,000. 
Stock examiner, at 1900, and meat inspector. 






79 60 














Stock examiner, at t^. and meat inspector. 










do 














atook Biamlner, at WOO, and foreman of tag- 
gers, at 11,000. 




PeiBhner J hn E 












Stock eiaminer. at 1900, and foreman of tag- 












































































"atii^k iiiiiiili^V kt «iobV pifa-'ol" 'stibk 'eii^.' 
loer, at H.OOO, and stock examiner, at (1,000. 


















Stock eiamlner, at 1900; patrol stock eiam- 










stock examiner, at 1900, and foreman of tag- 
gers, at «,000. ^ 
Stock eiainlaor,at 1900; derk.atteOO and tl ,000. 












KnTppiH 'Robt. O 






Stock eiamlner, at S900 and 11,000, and clerk, 
at 11,000. 




USSi'SS/i: :■■:. 




Stock examiner, at tOOO, and foremao of lag- 
(1,000, and stock eiamlner, at »1,0I». 






















Hahoncy, Arthur A., 


Stiijk eiamlber. at isoo and JiioTO, and fore- 
man of taggers, at »lflOO. 
Stock eiamlQer, at WOO, and foreman of tag- 
. gera, at 11,000. 
Stock eiamlner, at 1900, and moat Inspector, 






Msrshall, Oeo. 


156.85 









jQOi^lc 



EXFSNDITUBBS OP DBPABTMENT OF AGBICUI/TDBB. 
BUREIAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 

fitcal year ended June SO, 1907, under avmo-piatio: 



LtlMP-FCND SALARIES— Contlooed. 



r 


Title and rate. 


paid lor 


Amount 
paid for 

and flSw 


MoUoy.J- J 


Stock exanilnar,»t (MO, and meat inspector, at 


W7S.00 

88a 28 
079.17 

wsioo 

310.00 
633.33 

«aoo 

95a 00 
075.00 

961.87 

B7S.0O 
SfiO.OO 

ass 
ffii 

88a 00 

moo 

BOO. 00 
228.00 

sooloo 

% 

202.60 

ffiiS 

soo.oo 

812.50 
947! 23 




163.45 










Stock examiner, at WOO, and meat Inspector, at 
«,000. 

Stock eiaminer,atI900,and foreman of taggers, 
at $1,000. 

Stock examiner, at MOO, acid patrol stock ex- 
aminer, at 11,000. 

Stock examiner, at 1900, and loreman ol tag- 
gars, at JI.OOO. 






21 2B 


Olmstead O E 




Pagle, Cliae. W., jr. 


1.10 




Stock examiner, at MOO, and foreman of tag- 


































Stock examiner, at WOO, and foreman of tag- 
gers, at ll,ow. 




























Stock eiamlnar, at WOO, aDd patrol stock ox- 










"ffi""""' ' 
















Stock ex^toL, at WOO, and vessel inspector, 
at 11,000. 






















































































































































































',«..»,. 










SS-W;.'-.-.;- : 






Patrol tagger, at WOO, and meat inspector, at 









EXPENDITUKES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
BUEBAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LOMP-PDND SALARIES — Continued. 



Oitf oC Wa>hingUm—ConV&. 
Edmond, Chaiies S 

Hbiut, PaulC 

Qiiffln.P.H 

Jftoobus. HBiman 

Walsh. Richard 

Weaver, Flavus 

Goebel, Fred J 

Harrtngton, Chas. F 

Leddy,' Thomas 

Vandarvdon, ChasV.'.*."";; 

nishoog, 0«o. M 

BuckeTHenrr 

Koen, John S 

Reld, Joseph C 

Bnma, Edward J 

Ctunpbell.P. W 

Hattery, Morton 

Lynch, John £ 



Babb, OeoigeF... 

Bailey, I. H 

Boone, Frank L. . 



CKDdy.W.U 

GhunditU, W. E 

«■ 

Ciean.'UJcbael 

Cnimbau^, L. W 

DaUell, Eowaid H. . . 

Danahei, W.E 

Edlnger, Harry L. 

Eyre,WmH 

Fenetemuu^er, L. 8. j 

Plaher.Wm.H 

Fletcher.'G. C 

ailmoi^ Fianii j'.'!I! 

Onnt.Oeo. K 

Halbtach, Hany 

Jordan, ChaileaN.... 
McULnstry. Charles.. , 

Matthews J. E 

Uaiwell, Oeoine £ 



. Patrol tamer, s 
at tl.OflO- 

tl.OOO. 
Patrol turaer, i 
S90D. 
. Patrol tagger, at tS 



; tOOCl, and foreman ol tuggers, 
t tMO. and meat Inspector, at 
b tSOa. and stock examips 



. Taggar, at »840 and WOO 

. Tagger.attSW.andstockexamlner.attSOi}.. 

. Tagger,atI840,andpatrolta^er,at*B00.... 

. Tagger, at IS40 and few) 

. Tagger,at*84a,andpatroltagger.att9a0.:.. 

. Tagger, at 1840 and eoo 

. Tagger, at »840., 



''XI 



It (720, patrol tE 



lary Inspector, at 11,200 and 11,400, 

ar. at (120. loieman of timnn. at tl.OOO, 

I veterinary tnapBCtor, at «;4oa 

St. at 1730, and veterinary Inspector, at 



it inspector, at 11,000 



taggi 



at tJ20, and veterinary Inspector, at 

at ITXl, patrol tagger, e.t teoo, and vet- 
r [nspector, at (1,200 and $1,400. 
at 1720. and moat Inspector, at tl,«00.. 
at (720, meat inspector, at W.OOO, and 

-, at tOOO, and 



_,„,-, _. ,_trol taroer, 

loronan ol taggers, at 11,0)0. 

t120, and meat inspector, at 11,000. 



TaKor, t 



Tagger, at J720, and foreman of taggers, 

. Ta^r, at r20 and S840, patrol tsner, at t 

and patrol stock eiambier, at tuiOO. 
. Tagger, at rrx, and foreman of taggers, 



It Inspector, at tl,Dl 
itiiwd,'a 



. Ta^er, at 1720, meat Inspector, i 

tagger, at 1840. 
. Tagger, at 1730, and foreman of takers, a 

. Tagger,att72O,patralta^er,attO0O,andmes 
inspeotorjt* "" 



. Tagger, at^^ and 1840, and loroman ot tag- 

. Tagger, at ^,aDd meat Inspector, at 11,000. 

Tagger, at (720, and foreman of taggers, at 



. Tagger, at (720, and maat inspector, at (1,000. 
. Tagger, at (720, meat iospector, at (1,000, and 

tagger, at (S40. 
. Tagger, at (730 and (000, and meat Inapeetor, 







m.H 


19.60 


mM 


8.9! 
S3. IS 


















930,00 
467.78 


43.70 


819 17 




930.00 

eoaoo 


6.0* 
7.90 

2e.e 






846.00 




900 00 




888.34 


19.84 






^P 




1».00 


















929.17 


29.06 



EXPENDITUBES OP DEPARTMENT OF AGBICUI/TUBE, 123 

BUREAU OF AKIMAL INDUSTET— Continued. 

Report ofecpenditiireafor the Jiical year ended June SO, 1907, under appropriation "Meat 
%mpection, Bureau of Animal Industry, 1907, #S,(WO,O0tf "—Contimied. 

LUMP-FUND SALARIES — Continued. 



Name. 


Ti«e and rate. 


paid for 
lUlarr. 






Tagger, at 1720, meat Inspector, at 11,000, and 

tagger, at tSW. 
Taptr, at P20. and loreman of taggeri, at 

Tafser.'at 1720, and meat Inspector, at (1,000... 
Tagger, at 1720, and loromftn of taggere. at 


830.00 

937.67 
803-34 

920.17 

930,00 

930.00 
870.00 

930,00 

MO. 00 
810.00 

534.50 

ii 
11 

gstioo 

810.00 

737; 00 
80o!oo 

692! 00 

797; SO 

726,00 
832.50 






















Tagger, at *720, meat Inspector, at 11,000, and 

xi^Ta"^ loreman of taggera, at 11,000, 

and stock eiaminer, at 1900. 
Tagger, at 1720, patrol tagger, at tSOO, and meat 

Inspector^ttLOOO. 
Tagger, at 1720, am) meat loapeotor, at tl,000.. . 

Tam^, at 1720, and foreman ol taggers, at 

Tagger, at (720, and meat Inspector, at 11,000. 

Tagger, at 1720, patrol tagger, at (900, paired 

flock examiner, at li;o«^ and stock eiam- 

Tagge'r, at t^, and foreman of taggers, at 




BmBh.H A 






36 20 










Dlnier H C 






8.80 
















Tagger, at 1720 and »8«, and stock examiner, 














31 W 


Bennett W 
























Tagger, at 1720 and tSK, and stock eiamlner, 
Tareer, it 1720, and patrol tagger, at WOO 






































TaKer, at t720 and patrol ta^r, at ttiOO 






















Tagger, at 1720 and 1S40, and clerk, at S900 

?rESS.Sa*""™":'^'^::::: 


























Taffier, at 1720, and patrol tagger, at SWO 








Cunningham, N. a 


Tagger, at »720 and two, and stock examiner, 








Tawer, at 1720. and patrol tagger, at tooa 




Bey,Robort F. 




















Doitoo/jolmB 

Bbling,JohnW 


Taggor, at 1720 and tSW, and stock aiaminer. 

Tagger, at 1720, patrol tagger, at 1000, and tag- 
ger, at IS40. 












Ewlng.JohnL V 


Tagger, at 1720, and stock examiner, at 1900.. . . 





EXPENDITURES OP DEPARTMENT OF AGBICULTUKE. 
BUEEAU OP ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Contlnned. 



I.UHF-FITND BALAKIES — Caatlnued. ' 



Out of ITiuAfnelon— Cont'{ 



Fotbas, Reuben.... 



offiaoS 



Olorai, Edvoid E . . . . 

Gray, Robert : 

HaDn,Q.Z 

Hagemanii, Lools C . . 

Hard, Laikln E 

HsHnByer, Lloyd C . . . 

Harper, William A 

Hart, JohnE 

Uariraod, Thonus 

Hauber, Jotm F 

Helvey, Orlando W... 
Huiley, W.J 



JeniJnB, WiUlaJD.. 



JOBt, August 

Justiugar, Ulolual.-- 
KeQnsT, Aaron F 

KeUy.JohnJ 

Ketidiam, J. F 

Enoi, Harrison H . . . 

Laird, E.E 

Leeob, WafMr W 

Lelemiaiui, Jooob, . . . 

LIgbtner, Len C 

Loienzen, John C 

Lynch, D^ilel 

l^on, Kaymond F . . 



UcLsughlln, P. S.. 

Maion, Albert T... 
IfaTson, RuliuY.. 

tfeade, Albert U . . 
Uetiger, Ulehael... 
Ueyers. Oeo. W.... 
HtOer. Samuel a... 
Uonre, Charles E... 

Uurpfa), Wm. h!!^ 

PavtOD, JohnB.... 
Pearoa.Cbaa. e.... 

Ploketl, Tiwo 



Tagnr^at 1720 and Km, and stock 
Taoer, at tT20 and tsoa 



id^.oj 



Tagger, at ifiD and 1840, and atock 

Tagger, at tTSO, and patrol tagger, a1 

Tagger, at (720 and »aa 

Tagrar, at (720, and patrol ta^er, a1 



■■I 



Tagger, at (730 and tMO, and Mock examiner, 

at 1900. 
Tagger, at 1120, and patrol tagger, at t900 

Tagger, at 1720, patrol tagger, at tSDO, and [ 

stock examiner, at tSOO. 
Taggar, at 1720, and patrol tagger, at tODO I 

Tii«erVat«ji»kiid •BOO.;;;:!; ::;::::; ::;;;:;;;i 

Tagger, at (720, and patrol tageer, atUOO i 

Tagger, at 1720 and ^ 

Ta^r, at 1720, and patrol tagger, at NOO I 

Tagger, at trao sjid MOO \ ;.;j 

Tagger, at (720, and patrol tagger, at UOO 

Tagger, at »720 and eoj | 

T^er, at (720 asd (840, and patrol tagger, at 

Tagger, at 1720, and patrol tagger, at (000 

Tagger, at (720 and MOO I 

Tagger, at (720, patrol tagger, at (SOO, tagger, ; 

at Km, and stoclc examlneT, at tHW. 
Tagger, at (720, patrol tagger, at (000, and 

stock eramlner, at WOO. 

Tagger, at (720, and patrol tagger, at (too 

Tagger, at (720 and (840, and stock examiner, 



Tagger, at (^ and (WO 

Tagger, at (720, and clerk, at (000. . 
Tagger, at (720, and patrol tagger, i 

' Tagger, 'at "(720 and (8«', 'a 

atKiOO. 
Taggor. at (720and(900... 



1 stock examiner, j 



Plldurd,HackR i do 

Piatt, Daniel 8 1 TagBsr, at»720andlBO0 

Purdum, DnnO i do 

Ray, John C | Tagger, at (720, and patrol tagger, a 

Revenjomb, LoilaT... 1 do 



870.00 . 
821.00 . 



004.W . 

fiSILOO . 

707.00 . 

370.00 . 

410.00 . 



EXPENDITUKES OP DEPABTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
EDBBAD OF antmat. INDUSTRY— Cootlriaed. 



LCMP-PUMD 8ALARI&B— CoDtlQued. 



=.™. 


Title and rata. 


paid™* 

"11 

10.00 
S55.00 

10-00 
832.50 

moo 

786.00 
810.00 
791.00 
«4.50 
810.00 
735.00 
680.00 
713.00 

458. «0 
732.0) 

Tsaoo 

ii 

732.00 

77a 00 
73433 
780.00 
780.00 
710.00 
780,00 
780.00 

ii 

780.00 

Ii 

JUS4.00 
MX 00 

ss 

420.00 
392.00 
110 00 

ii 


paid for 
travel and 

expensee. 




Tagger, at ITIO, and patrol tagger, at IfiOO 










Taraer, at 1720, and patrol Mgger,Bt »00 






















Tagger, at (720, and patrij tKggor, at isiw... . . 








^*"^ri^7>'* 










BliI^, Frank L 


Tagger, at tntt, and atock eianUoer, at »00... 












Taiger, at tfid and »«, and rtooi exaiito^, 




iSX,S,S'f^"'B 
















Taggai, at rM, and patrol taater, at u66 










Tagger, at 1720 and patrol tagger, at 1900 
















Tagger, at (720 and ^0, and stock eiamlneri 
Ta^er, at (720, and patrol tagger, at (900. 




JSI-feie^F 




T^f ; at (720, MtroPtl^J^a^", and li^i' 
Tagger, at 1720, and patrol tagger, at (900 




Wager, 6eo.E 


















Tagger, at (720 and 1840, and clerk, at (900 

Tagger, at (720 and ISM, and stflck eiiunlner. 


























S^sfc;;;;;:;;--- 





















































































































































































126 EXPENDITURES OP DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Oontinned. 

BepoTt qf expenditure for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907, under appro^riatitm" 
inspection. Bureau of Animal Indtatry, 1907, $3,000,000"— ConUnaeA. 

LUMP-FUND SALARIES— CODtiDued. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


paldloi 
^salary. 


travel and 


Owo/ITffijMBfltoB— Cont'd. 




Si 
Si 

li 

|i 

ii 

11 

ii 

Si 

moo 

240.00 

ii 

II 

moo 

£62.00 
231 OO 

|i 

630.00 

ii 

420.00 

24S.O0 

moo 

1 
























































Brealtn, Raines P 














































iSSlT^T-^ 












































CaUanOD b!g 








































































































































































































































^*Sj^Ti?r'---' 




















iffliS^Y;;::::::::: 







EXPENDITUHES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGBICULTURE. 



BUREAU OF ANIMAL I NDUSOTBT— Continued. 



LDUP-FUND SALARIES — Continued. 









S."S 


Name. 


Title and rate. 


paid™? 
salary. 


travel, and 






and field 
eipensee. 


Oul 0/ WatH^mUm-Cont'd. 










TaMer,at»720 


JS38.W 


tr.76 


EnbanHa, Oliver F 


SSS-OB 




F«II.,Ji>lmD 




«CI» 




Fladiun,8eTeT0 


;;!!'do!!"l!!!l!!lI!!l!!l!!!!lI!";!!i;!!'! 




US. 00 




F0«rt,rfiaiamE 


do 








r<*y.DanlelP 


do 








I'oiti.JohnH 


do 








Fortone, Steven 


do 








rmnklin,E.M 


do 


eoo.00 




Frey.AbeB 


do 


60.00 




FfSirl^f Qe^ jr .' '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 


!l!!Idolll!!V;!!!";! ;!!!!!"!!! ;!!!!!!!"!"!;. 






rrliKl!,Wm.H'.. 


do 


moo 




Ftuk.CIiaiiesA 














0»lvin, Pfltriok A 








Oardnet, Arthor 

Oetof. William 




2M.00 










OlbBon, FrttDcis M 


:"::do;:::;i:::::::::::::::"::::::::::;::"::: 




ii'20 






238.00 




Orayson, dscrai H 




892.00 




Hadler??lariE 




G2S,00 




do 








.....do 


mioo 




H«ll, Abraham 


do 






HaU,Clus.A 


do 


608.00 




HlUI,Bdwart 


do 


10.00 




H^nton, Ttaomaa B 


do 


686. OO 




Hmnl«,BenbenH 


do 






Bartm&n, Samuel 


do 


2«.09 




iK&!S,V.-.:::;;.-.:: 


do 


513.00 


ii'ji 


HawHns, Robert B 








Hajnes, barry W 


:::::do:;:::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::;:: 


340.00 




Hawldlne, Thomas A 


do 


88. 00 




Helhulgl, Fred W 




264.00 




Herve*kughH 


:i:::do::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 








do 


720.00 




Hkkmaii, Jolm L 




072.00 




HIgglm, Jacob A 








iSflSi ?."•."-••:;::::: 


do 






do 


18.00 




Bines, L[ndle;U 




- 2oaoo 




H<»bba.ViotorO 


do 






SIBi«"r^^-.::::::;. 


do 


480.00 




do 


436.00 




HomlBln/otto 








Honigan, Joseph 






:::::::::::: 


|»»;.;;.::::^ 


"iiidS;:::":":;":;:::"::::::":!;::::::::::: 


420:00 








314.00 




laS^iJi'.v.v.-::::: 


do 






do 


S40:00 


















HnntCT^Theodore A : :: : v.'.: 


do 






Barley, DanlelJ 


do 




is 




ficobI,j»me»j. ...;:: 


do.:..:::.:...: :.. 
















^^»n,w.D:.:::::::::: 






Kalehec.T.F 


do 




532:00 


18:28 


Kennedy, Junes B 








232.00 






:::::ao::::::::::::::::::::::::: 






210.00 




KiiK,8am'ueiA....:;;::::: 

Ktof.JOMphL 


do 








do 




flOfcOO 


2i:25 








88.00 


18.5S 


^^'^[^g 


:::::do::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::: 




040,00 




do 




60.00 


ri'.Bi 


K^'i^^,^.'.'.:'.'.'.:',',:'. 


;::::£::::::;::::;::::::;:::::::::::::;::: 




K 




Knise, Fieii..Iir.;i"!""I 


do 






404.00 





EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
BUHEIAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LTJMP-FDND SALAB1E3— Continopd. 



»™. 


Title and rats. 


S' 


Amount 
pftld for 
travel and 

^^ 
Bipensee. 


Oul ofWaihiimKm-ConVd. 


TaB 




11 

698.00 

3S2'm 
60.00 
5*0.00 

11 

sa'.oo 

Jl 

!3S.0a 

ll 

11 

Si 

siaoo 

H6.0D 
KlZOi 

ss 

088.00 
246.00 

E 
E 

flea 00 

fiSOiOO 

^!8 

TUOO 
UOD 

Tsaoo 










































































































































































SfX&'iiSi::::::::::: 


























% 




























































































































































































































Phettlplaoe, F. R 































































































































EXPENmXURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES— Contlnbed. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


^d"?o1 
salarj. 


travel and 
Btation 
and field 


Oui 0/ H'osftiBj/m— Cont'd. 




IMftOO 
SftOO 

156.00 
582.00 
72100 

li 

Ma 00 
1^™ 

42100 

ua.00 

li 

STZOO 

|i 

9a 00 

II 

ML 00 
572.00 

|i 

204 00 

Ss 

^20:00 

is 

420.00 

1 

540:00 
518.00 


^ 


































































































































































































































































































































































































^o 
















:::::dS:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 





S. Doc. 42S, 60-1— 



id oy Google 



ESPENDITUKES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 



BDRBAU OF ANIMAL INDDSTBT— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALABIES— Continued. 



Title and mt«. 



Out <4 iro»MBjto»— Cont'd. 

WilklDsan, Judbb O 

wmiame, Fall T 

Williams, Homor W ,. 

WlltBB, ckarios...'.' 

Wlrthwlne, ArBiurL 

WtnUBCk, John T 

Woolm, James E 

Wr^t, BurdiciE 

Ball, Isaac L 

Dietrich, EphiHlm 

Hostetler, Altlne 

McEnany, Jos.P 

Small, CyTOsK.i 



CTaiitoid, Wm. 8 



. Tagger, 



. Clerk, at tl,200 

'. 'cierk, at'n,iHib'ui'iii(i,«nl!!! 

. Clerk, at »l,aoo 

. Clerk,at(l,200andtl,MO.... 

. Clerk, at 11,200 

. Clerk,attl,000andtl,200.... 

.1 Clerk, at »1,000 

"' - it 11,000 and 11,200.... 




tl,000andtl,200... 



O'MalW.J-J 

P^ne, Phelps ' Clerk, at »l, 000 

Pew, Chfla.S Clerk, at 11,000 ftnd»l,a»... 



TouTtollotte, 




Aiexauaor, J. u. 
Black, Ralph W. 
Buatrod, Hen — 

CsTToU, Johnl 
Clark, Oeo.W... 
OradT, Martin P 
Hanfa, Albert E.. 
Lei^ton, Ocrln L, 
" — '™e,HMrTP 

0'BiJen,'josephC. 
RslDBCh, Gr - ' 

Schwahn, £ 

Smllev, Arthur K . . . 
TOD Eorn, Calvin W. 
Workhelsat, H. F. K. 



Jones, Qaoti, 
UttlBjobn, H. I.. 
Uonnett, wm. E. 
Uunun, John . . . 
Newberry, OBori 
Beynolds, Bronr 
Beheld, Arthur ^ 

Salter, Okas. S 

"*' -npson, Geo. F., Jr. 
im, Chaa. F, 



EXPENDITURES OF DBPAETMENT OF AGRICULTUBE. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES— Contlnoed. 



Name, 


Title and rate. 


Amount 
paid lor 


Amount 

travel and 

andfleld 
eipenses. 


OiU of Wa,hiitgl<m~COB%'a. 












43t 

«] 
42i 

17i 
420 
431 

3( 
2fr 

fiS 

Ui 

7: 

TO 

24- 
lOf 

X 
3IH 


00 

«7 

00 
33 
33 

00 
00 

00 

i 

i 

00 

00 






















































































Laborer, at 12.60 per diem, and meat inspector, 
at 11,000. 










Laborer, at $720, patrol taggM, at IBOO, and 
meat Inspector, at tl.OOO^dll.aw. 




























Laborer, at SSperdtem, and tasgei,»t (720. 
















KKSSK'S"'!*'!":".'":;:::: 




















ffiS'SS'S'Si""""^'"'™- 








































Laborer, at t2 per diem, aod tagger, at (720. . . . 






























































h Total 























i.„Gooi^le 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, 

BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Oon tin ued. 



n™. , 


Amount. 


Name 


Amount. 


Slalionery. 


10.40 














SO 












AbeU Company, A. S 














10.98 










II 

9.50 
36. U 

46. 0£ 
302. OS 

II 

1L00 
11.50 


Alltm.J. J 














Barmp Stationetyajid Printing Co., 


















American Railway Supply Co 




















































































InqLle Stationery Co 


Berber Creamery Supply Co., A. H. . 










bbS^Is.'e,*."-"::::;."'.'.:::::::::::: 
































McKlnnay & Doubleday 






Bennett, a. E 














UorriMai Paper Co. , E 




336.00 


Brougham, J .' J 


1,4SI.09 
318.00 






















SmlS Premjor Tmewritar Co 

Soutbem Stamp * ffi*tliBiery Co. .. 

StilB8,C.H 






4; 

3,48^ 
3C 


oo 

20 
25 

34 

1 




















Capital Hews PubilaiiiTiK Co. (Lbit- 
















|«ku^-putii^co;::::: 








Typewriter and Office Supply Co 








Chicago Car Seal and llftQUticturlng 


























WTCkoff^.™. .!f!!™^!^...°:::::::: 


Cndnnatl Butchers' Supply Co 

C tiien Pdntli^ and FuMsfciug Co . . . 
Carton Ledger 


13! 40 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 



BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 

ofexpendituTe»for IheJUcal year ended June SO, 1907, «i 
inspection, Bureau of Animal Industry, 1907, $3,000,0i 



Kivettamoiu mpplita, iM.— Cont'd , 

Clttck6Co.,JolinB 

Cole Hardware CompftDr,HeniioD.. 

Columbitt Tow»1 Supply Co 

Comroerclftl News Pubuahing Co — 

CommeTCla) Publiahli^ Co,, 

Constitution Publishing Co 

Conaumera Co 

Cornwall i Son, G. G 

Cos, B.M 

Cox.Q.E 

Crane Co., Wm.M 

CrlttontonCo.,Chtt8. N 

Dally Alaskan 

Daily Mall, The 

Dally News Publishing Co 

Dallas News 

Dameron-PieraoQ Co. (Limited) 

Darling, Robt 

Delaware State News Publiablng Co- 
Democrat PubiiBhlng Co 

Dennison Uanulacturing Co 

Dea Uolnea Capital..., 

Derore Electric Co 

Deibeimer*Co„H.J 

Dick Co., A. B 

Dllllnger Co., J.S 

Dispatch FubllshingCo 

Dorriimtoli,J.W 

DuPerow, M 

Durant Daily News 

Eagle, R.F 

Earland England Publlsblnft Co.... 

Eastern Argua PnbllahlngCa 

Edmonston. Chas. R 

Elliott A Co., James 

Enquirer Co 

Ergood & Co., J.C 

Espey, JohnB 

Evansville Courier Publishing Co. . . . 

ETOnii^ Journal Association 

Evenii^ News AaaooiatlOQ. 

Evening Press Co 

Evening Star Newspaper Co 

Evening Telegram 

Evening Telegraph PubUflhtngCo... 

Evenina Times 

Fair, The 

Fishci^McGill Co., The 

Fisher. W.W 

Fleming, James 

Fletnlm;, Wm. H 

Forineton, C. Scolt 

Forum Prtnting Co 

Fowler Monutscturing Co. (Limited) 
Free Press Association 

Fulton * Co., c.c 

Oate City Towel Co 

Gilhuis. a. E 

Olobe Journal 

Globe Newepaper Co 

Great Bear Spring Co 

Oreenvllle News Co 

Greer, Frank H 

Qrqpiry, Uarvin. ........ ... 

Grlneeil,T. A 

Guard Printing Co 

Hanson. C.H 

Harrington & Kli^ Per, Co. 

Hartford Dally Times 

HaLKk ill Sons, Adam 

HawlByACo.,T 

HaydenACo,, E.J 

Hendry, Aieiander 

Herald Co, (Duluthl 

Herald Co. (Salt Lake City) 

Herald Pulillshlng Co. (.^uEusta).... 



JtisceUaneoui mppliei, e(c.— Cont'd. 

Herald Publishing Co. (Portsmouth). 
Herald Publishing Co. (Shawnee) . . . . 

Herald (Rutland) 

Herald Transcript Co 

Higgins, J.O 

Hoen A Co., A 

Hol^rewB, Fred.. 

Howard, Geo. £ 

Howaid Label Co 

HowiandiAsii; ;!!"!!!!!!!!! ;!!!!!; 

Huntington, F. W 

Illinois StaK Register 

Imler, F. A 

Initial Towel Supplv Co 

Intertiational 3^ Co 

Intematlonal Seal and Lock Co 

Johnson, Albert L 

Joseph, Jesse 

Journal Co. (KansaR City) 

Journal ol Commeice and Commei- 

oial Bulletin 

Journal Printing Co 

Joyce Engraving Co., M.. 

Kalamasoo Gasertte 

Kann, Sons & Co., S 

Kansas City Stock Yards Co. ol Uis- 

KeUc^ Switchboani tiai Supply Co. . 
KeUyXaundry 

Kelly Towel Supply Co 

KBtohum,F.D 

Killian, G, P 

Knapp it Co., Geo 

Kresse Book and Stationery Co 

LambiiTilden 

I^mbieCo., J. B., Inc 

Lansbur^ 4 Bro 

Lauterbach, A 

Leavenwort;h Times 

Leggett &Co,, F. H 

liSFlston Journal Co 

Lexington Leader 

LouRrille Times Co... -V!!! !!;;;;!!!! 

LowdormilkiCo., W. U 

LutiACo ;.... 

Maemlllan Co 

MacyACo., R. H 

Madison Democrat 

Ma«ne Towel SuppiyCo...! 

Martin A Day loe and Fuel Co 

Men^h Co., Johns 

Meridian Star PuhllshJng Co 

Mever ABro 

Miller Lock Co 

Monarch Typewriter Co 

Montana Record Publishing Co 

MooraCo., The 

Morgan A Wright 

Morning News 

Morning Star 

Morrison Tent and Awning Co....... 

Moskowitf, M 

MuthACo., Goo. F 

NsceyCo^P 

National Electric Supply Co 

Nawrath.J.P 

Nebraska State Journal 

Neenan, B. J 

Nettleton, F. N 

Nevada State Journal 

New Mexican Printing Co 

News Corporation 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGHICXTLTUBE. 
BUBEAH OF ANIMAL INDUSTHY— Gontlnned. 



Name. 


*„.„.. 


Nune. 


Amount. 


jeUceOantoiu lappUtt, «lc.— Cont'd. 

Ngwa and Observer Fubllahing Co . . . 
News PubUahlng Co. {Cliatlottej 


11 

ILOO 

,!| 

2a: 00 

27.00 

i 
II 

leoioo 

300.00 

loiso 


ifUctOaneottt mjrptiti, etc.— Cont'd. 






















?s::aisss"6i°"— °«*>- 
















































Tribune Publishing Co. (Chefanne) . 
















Typewriter kod Office Buf ply Co 
















Virginian ancl Pilot PuWiihlng Co. . . 












1.8* .00 
























Port PublnfilogCo-tClnclnnatL) 














































































Total 










FumU^re. 








































Bolte BT09. Furniture and Carpet 






3«0.00 
14.00 

44! 20 
8.SS 

10! 90 

940:00 

12:« 
27G:oO 

II 

e:4S 

B-00 

11 




































Cooper i- Powell Furniture Co 








Smith A Bros. TjTOwriter Co., L.C. 


Davidson 4 Bros., 8 


S!f 




DeneerCo.pM 













































































EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGBICULTUBE. 
BUREAU or ANIMAL INDUSTET— Continued. 



Iowa House Furnlsliiiig Co . . 

Jack i Hartley 

Jacobs FumitunCo 

Jonea & Labeiger 



Kelly, Thomas 

Klrlipstrlok FumJturaCo.^. O 
Klstler StatloneiyCo., M. H... 



Idnsbargh ^umlturo and Carpet 

Co., J 

Leroy * Whit« 

Library Bateau. 



MbC7ACo.,R.B 

Manxes Bros 

Martin, Joseph 

Matthews, CTE 

MosM iH Sons. W. B 

Murphy^ Geo. 3 

N«tliui Typewrit«r Eichonffe. . 

Norrle Safe and Lock Co 

NorthwesMm FuniituroCo — 

Ogden Fiunjture Co 

PantoQ * White Co 

Fhoenii.Tha 

Potter iHCo. (Incorporated)... 
Reiter FuTnituie Co. <N. B.)... 

ReindelACo.pOeo. J 

KockwoU- Wabash Co 



81«el, Cooper ill 
B^ifew, T. 6... 

Schwartz it Sod, A 

SplUman A Searing 

Taylor, O.L 

Taylor iH Manahan 

Taylor Office Supply Co... 

Tettenbom i Co 

Thompson Bros 

Underwood Typewriter Co 
VanDykFumftureCo.... 

VolSit, Edward 

Weaelatardt Co., Henry... 

WeiBBl Furniture Co 

WluTams Furniture Co 

Wood Co., W. B 

Woodward & Lothrop ' 

Yftwinan & ErboManufactnilngCo..! 



Atchison. Topeka and San< 
Co 

Baltfmors and Ohio R. R. 

Baltimore and Ohio Sou 
R.K.Co 

Blglln, Bernard 

Boston and Ushie R. R.. 



umcago. Bariington and qulncy 

Chicago Great iVeatam Rwy. Co 

Chicago, Indianapolis and LodIstUIb 

Chicago, Miiwau^ and Si Paul 
Chicago and Northwestern Rwy ^„... 
Chicago, Rock Island and Gull Rwy. 

Chicago, Rock laiand and Pacific 

Cincinnati, HtuniHon and Da 

Rwy.Co 

Clncitmati Northern R. R. Co . . 
Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chleagd and 

8t Louis Rwy 

Clute,AlvaB 

Dclawan, Lackawanna and Wes 

Dolan Teaming Co., J. F 

Erie R. H. Co 

Olytm Transfer Co 

Harris, Chas 

Houston and.Teiuts Central R. H 

IlllnoisCentralR. R. Co 

Joy Stoamslilp Co 

La^eErleand WestemB.R... .... 

Lake Shore and Mlcblnn Southern . . 

Lehigh Valley H. R. Co 

Llttlofleld, Alvord di Co 

Lloyd Transfer Co. (Incorporated)... 

Maine Central R. R. Co 

MendenhaU Transfer Co 

Metropolitan Steamship Co 

MichliianCentrBU*. K. Co 

Missouri PaclQc R. R. Co 

New York Craitral and Hudson River 

R.R.Co 

New York, New Haven and Hartford 

R.R.Co 

Oregon Transfer Co 

Pennsylvania R. R. Co 

Price, John 

Snow Forwarding Co 

Southern Rwy. Co 

Star Union Line 

Toledo, Peoria and Western Rwy. Co. 

Tvler, Wm. H 

Union Pacific R. R. Co 

Wabash R.R.Co 

Wella, James 

Total 

Adams Express Co 

A»er,D.C 

United States Express Co 

Total 

Telegraph. 

Postal Telwinph-Cable Co 

Stuart. J. E, D 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Total 

Ttlenhnm. 

Armour Packing Co 

Bell TelepboneCo. of Uissouri 

Bell TelepboneCo, (Philadelphia)... 



51«.1G 
1,163.84 



■EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
BUREAU OP ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



retepfetne— Continued 

Cbesnpeake and FotomBo Telephone 

Cblcsgo Telephone ( □ 

ColonKlo Tdephoae Co 

Cudtthy Packing Co 

Cnyahou Telephone Co 

Fowler Packing Co 

Frontiei Telephone Co 

Hmne Telegraph and Telephone Co 

IndlanapolTB Telephone Co 

Iowa Telcohraie Co 

Kanaaa City Home Telephone Co i 

Klnlock Tdepbono Co 

MoOulre F C 

Maryland Telegraph and Telephone | 

Uklh^an State Telephone Lo 
Ulescurl and Kansas Telephone Co I 
UorrlaACo Nelson ' 

Nebiaslca Trlephone Co 
Mew England Telegrapli and Tele- i 

phone Co ' 

New York Telephone Co 
New York and New Jersei Telephone , 

Co 
Nortii Faatem Telephone Co 



^ AUesiienf Ti 
Telephone Co. 



Frovldenos Tei^o 

ffloui City Telephone Co 

Weehawken Btock Yard Co . 
Wisconatn Telephone Co 



B, Emma J. and M. E-. 

can Radiator Co 

Belt R. R. and Stotk Yard Co. 






rdCo... 



Caldwell A JohnaoL 

CtooinnaU Union Stock YardsCo.... 

Denver Union Stock Yards Co 

DoU, Fred 

E. Buffalo Live Stock Exchange Co.. 

Port Worth Stock Yards Co 

Fuller, E,M., Agent 

GahaniByme 

am, H. T.. B. L.. A. S., A. A. * C. B... 

Grand Trunk Rwy. System 

Hammond Building Co 

Illinois Stale Trust Company Bank. 

Independent Stock Yard Co 

KanaasCity Stock Yards Co, ol Uls- 



>f New Jen 



Macheca Real Estate ai 



Olivor Bnlldlng {truBtces) 

Oyster, James r 

Patterson Safe Deposit Co. and Pat- 
terson National Bank 

FittshDiKh Union Stock Yards Co. . 

Providence Building Co 

St. Joseph Stock Yards Co 

St. Louies National Stock Yards 



I Jten;— Continued 

Bllber Arthur U 
SioQiCity StockiardsCo 
Societj (or 8a\ings Building 
Tnisteo Co 

Union Stock lard and Transit 
I United Owners Realty Corpora- 
Total 

Oai and tieelncity 



Clafr County Cas and Electric C< 



bounty Oasani 
:t ot CahtomiB 



IS.M Faxon* Gallagher.., 
37.35.' GreinerCo.. Emil, 



13.70 neilChemI 

10. 00 Justinian ( . . 

Lt,0» MAck'all Bros'!.'!!! 

= Mallinchrodt Chem 

, Oliver Schlemmer I 

Parke Dttiis* Co, 

ro.OO , RedlngtonirCp!!! 



I Co„"BenV-'- 



118.70 

3, 789! 06 

15fl!34 



Ackerkn(cht, Chas. A . . 
Ainsworth.Fred'ltW.. 

Alden.Cbas 

Allan, JamesA 

Allott. Leonard J 

Anders, T,0 

Anderson, F, N 

Anderson, M,0 

Andress, Wm.R 



. Atchison, J, L... 
I Atherton, Ira K. 



25,30 
19, aa 
u.ie 

S3,3B 



EXPENDITtTBES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTtTEE. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



Name. 


Amount, 


Xame. 


Amount, 


Travel and Italian and field tx- 
pen j£i —Continued. 


'11 
■11 

719:20 
23:60 

S.26 
25 35 

8.95 

loiso 

330,50 

|i 

mwi 

10: OH 
27,24 

as: 40 

21:10 

11 

3=1: 67 

1:10 
39,63 

8j:39 
37:35 


TrmH and Hotim am( jitW tx- 
pnMM— Continued, 
















































CaliaSan, J, J 

Callanan,B,G 

Calph. E, J 






S3: 60 








tt?/S?H :■:■■ 










































»s-a- 












XwS-A 










eckBteiLF. H 

eechj.L. P.; 


























enjamln. F. E 


cSSj;'!;,':;:::::::::::::::;:::::: 


:a 


ennett.S.E 


Cochrane, B. P 


11,58 














ioimt, Stephen L 






















Colsoa, C. F 


















































J^.-^.^::::;::::::::::::::::::::: 


















reatey, J-3 






Crow,Ii,il._^ 




















Culyer.E.a 






















Dade,J,3 


















































SJIToio.'-c- 










SESOTtrb-c.".'.::::::::::::::::::::'. 


Bia^.'::::::::;:::::::::::::: 


4,40 



EXPENDITUBES OF DEPAETMENI OF AGEICULTURE. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



Nuufl. 


ABlount. 


Name. 


Amount. 


Travel and ilatliyn and field ex- 
pemei— Coallnned . 


l.mTT 

336.04 
2.0O 
3S.10 

II 

103-00 
32.30 

1« 

eaao 

156.73 

«:i5 

W.ZB 

II 

4.a> 

101.81 

II 
si 

11 

1 

11 
II 

210.27 


TTavel and itaUon and field ex. 
















3fl.70 












13.83 










ar«liflS,A.E 




g^^fwS^j:::::::::::;:::::: 












































Bii'a:::::;;EEEE:: 






























Harris. J. H 








Ee^'^^kC 


















































ISSf^A'.Q.::::::::::::::::::: 


Hedrf^,U.A 


■« 












S&^-e:;;;;;;;;;;;;;; 




*!■!! 


















S'SI'" 
















SK^:?:^;:::::::;;::;;::::::::::: 

lS"i^^ 




FonatennaoiiBr. L. S. A 


1M.20 




























opklnslp.B 










SJS'a' 










































































































QibS!I:ji.siV."v;:;::::::::::::::: 


HvdB. Andrew 





££P£NDITUBES OF DEPABTMENT OF AQBICULIUEE. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTEI— Continued. 



JohiiBon, Rayiuond, 



Joyce, TkoB 

KaltwMaer, Frank... 
Kaulnuui, Sle«Itlsd.. 



Kelly, James 8 

KanDedy. E. D 

Kennedy, Hsniy D... 

KeppeL, J...,..,. 

Kern, John 

Ketohum, F: D 

King, J.L 

KlS, Jos.L 

Kitsch. Ouslave 

Kltihofer, J. H 

Kneppei, A. L 

Knodel, W. F 



Travel and ttalion and field . 
pmK>— Continual. 



MoCabe.B.D 

McCabe, Geo. P 

McCarthy, Wm.F 

MoClBU»na,B.L 

McClelland wmc 

MoIKinouKh, J. H 

McEachran, Wm 

MoFarland, Claude U . . 

McGlll.J.L 

MoGlnty.G.B., 



Malone, Edmund J... 

Maioy. E.J , 

Uannlne, Ulchael 

Matshftll, George . i 
Marshall. Henry 



Meadora, W. U. 
Medick, O. E... 
Melly, Geo. L. . 



UlUer, Joshua.. 



Moore. John J . . 



Morrow, C. J.. 



Love. D. D '.'.','.'.', 

I^Uag, Lewie A 

Llghtner, L. C 

Lincoln, Willts B 

Llodburs, O.E 

Lint.M.C 

Livers. R.C 

Logan, Albert H 

Lonian, Fred 

Long, Albert 

LovebertT, Clarence. . . 
Luapke, J, F 



78.95 Mulcahy,D.J 

26.10! MuUown«y,P,H 

S.12 Munn, John E 

SS.25' Murdock, J.L 

45.60 Murphy, Glenn , 

39,09' Uuiphy.J.H 

26.10 . Murphy. M. J 

18.67 , Myar, Eliaha 

21.35, Myers, IraM , 

112.29 Myers, Willis A 

1.50 Neil. W.N 

S.07 I Newberg, G.C 



HcBride. Archibald.. 



|. O'ConneSl. M. J..' 



.itx^^c 



EXPENDIJURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTKT— Continued. 



OlBOJ 



, L. E . . 



O'NeiU, J. P 
Otl».G. M.. 

Owen, F, b. 
PBgle, Chas. 

Pflintoi, Georij. 
Palmer, C. F 



E.,jr.. 



Pattoii,D. W.. 



Fhetteplace. F. li 

Plgott, Wm 

Pilchard, M.R.. 



PoM, Thomas B 



Qiilrli, MlchB«l J . . 

Raban.R.M 

Kftmsdell.II.R... 



Roodhouse, C. L 

Robinson, L. A 

Roome, Henry 

Rose.'w.H.il! 

Rolhennel^ R. O 

Rupprecht, R. A 

RuaBell,R.C 

Ryder, H.R 

Ryder.J.F 

3abourtn,N.M 

Sochse, Herman F . . 



Travel atid slation and field ei 
penses— Continued. 

ftunders, W.H 

chatftflr,E.P 

. SchauBer.C.A 

Schmtdt.J. P 

Schofield, Major 

Sehopter.C, B 

; Schiilt7„E.E 

■ Schuman, Chaa 

'■ SehwahQ,EUa... 

, Scott, Thomas W 

! Selby,C.C 

, 8plhy,S. A 

; SflTenater,J 

ShiiSei[H'.tV/A\'///.'.'.'.'.'.'.""', 

\ Shale, H.L 

I Sharp, Fred M 

'■ Eheefiy.P.J 

Shaeran, P. H 

abiella.migh 

Shipley, T.A 

, siegmund' w. c....r.;.";;;!?;;; 

Simpson, Qeorge B 

SiniBmger, Chaa 

' Sloe, John B 

Singleton, Henry 

Skiamore,D.I 

Sloan, David 

Sloan, J. A 

Smart.J.J 

Smith; hIm"::!;:"!;:!!;::!!;: 

Smith, Nathaniel B 

Smith Samuel........ 

Smith' Samiiel T 

Smith' W.B 

Smith. Wni. H., Jc 

Snyder, c!h.'p.v.'.'; !!;"!!;;;;: 

Sniffln.C.E 

Snyder, Alva 

Someryille", Sam].', jc"."!!!!;:!;;! 

Sorensen,N.C 

Sowers, H.S 

Sparhawk, Wm. T 

I siaflor'd, Jos..'.'. '.V. ■■.!;; !!!;'.;!; 

■ StaSord.R.J 

■ StauHer, J. A 

.: Sleddom, R. P .< 

Steers, J. P 

I Stephens, James F 

. awi'ens, Frederick L 

- ena,S.G 

enson, Harry H 

Stuart, j'.'T.. '.■.'.".".;.";!; !!;;!!;;; 

Stubba,8.C 

Sturges, Frank P 

^ult, F.T 

inlltvan, W. D 

iDS','c'iammiii^'d;i!! ::;:;::: 

lwan,C. J 

Jwanger, Chas. H 

3»eet,JamBB 

Talbert,Joseph'F. '.'.'."! !!!"!!! 

Thaokaberry, Joseph J 

Thomas, A. J. 

Thomas, L. L 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 



BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



Name. 


Amount. 


Nune. 


Amoun 




Travel and ilaHaa and field ex- 
pensfs- Continued. 

TliomM,R.H 


K 

ft 
( 
« 

22! 

3! 
11 


SS 
10 

IS 
30 

10 

1 


Traiel and iialion and field ex- 

»ss» ■'- 


21 
25* 

41 
.11 

i 
111 


18 








?S2SRii.l:L-.-.-.---:.-;:;::::::;: 


lVS:hS^-i::-:. r 


S5 














K-i"t.';.»:::--: 














































































































Woolfolkp^G.^ 








































IS 




M. 807. 81 

















Total expend iti 
Bspaynients to 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES. 



Ovi <f Waihinslon, \ 

Allen, Leslie J Veterinary Inspector, at li.MO and tl,800.. 

Parker, Joseph W 1 Vetflrlnary ioepector, at tl.flOO 

Fanon, DonW , do 

Payne, A. J ' Veterinary Inspector, at S1,S00 and tl.SOO... 

Clawson, Clarenee A Veterinary Inspector, at 11,500 

Bllenbareer, W. P Veterinary Inspector, at »1,500 and 11.800... 

Hanawalt, D. C I VaMrinary inspector, at 11,500 and tl, 600... 

Hopkins, Eied'k W ; Veterinary Inspector, at Jl,500 

Jackion, Roy E Veterinary Inspector, attl,500aad tl,600... 

Klernan, J. A ' do 

LlDBOla, WlUle B do 

Meadors, WiUls H ! do I 

Uurpby, Wilbur J : Veterioary Inspector, at tl,$0a,fI,GOO and II ,800.: 



142 EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Contlmied. 

Report o/ expendilvret /or the fiscal year endtd June SO, 1907, under appropriation 
•'EradKOting cattU tick*, Bureau of Animal Indattry, 1907, fSi,SOO" — Continued. 

LUMP-PDND SALARIES— Continued. 



Out 0/ WaiMnglon—CoaVi. 



BorgBtt, JohnL I Veterinary Inspector, »t «,« 

Coleman, Artlii— ■" '~ 

Everii Ora W. 



Arthur T do.. 



Fry, Wmii 

Ofliia^et, , 

Graham. Ralph do 

Htott, Wm. L. do 

llcFarland, Claude M | Veterinary Inspector, at 

MttcKellar, Wm. M do 

Nlghbert, Erasmua U | Veterinary inspector, at 



Etaque, Chas. 



Conley, Charlas C . . 
Dennis, Vernon A... 
Dnimmond, Robt. E 
Dumbauld, Harry.. 
Eagle, Alexander F. 
Harflngtaa, D. W.. 



Veterinary Inspector, at tl,200. . . 



Marshall, Henry, , , 
MusBon, Robt. C... 
Myers, Murray J. . , 
Myera, WUllsA.... 
Paul, Arthur... 



Rlgdon, Frank.. 
Robards, Jesse. . 



. Boaenberger, M 

8ohofiBld,^ajor..., 

Stewart, Chas. A... 
Thomason, Hugh . . 

Thrower, J. D 

Wamer, DickE 

Washburn, Leo.... 
Weaglcy, Clinton B 

Butler. TaitV...'..! 
Cary,C.A 



Saunders, J. B 

Williams, John 8 

Eldrldge, R. W.,Jr.. 
EldrldgB, R. W., St.. 

Getty,O.H 

GIbaon, Chas. H 

Qourley, Thomas M. 



Lane. Olvens '. 

Lukens, Chas. F. . . . 
Uemtt, Joseph <3, . 
Uorledge, Ralph 



Veterinary Inspector, 

Expert In tick eradic 

Expert in tick eradlcatloi 



tl,!«l and tl,40O 

1, at io.e? per diem. 
-* Jaxi per month. 



Expert In tick eradication, a 



I,lve stock agent, at tl,200. . 
Agent In tick eradication, a* 



Agent In tick eradication 



813-89 


1701. SS 








































S6i,as 










































668-67 




















































?raM 


312.07 


















IS6;«7 


^1^ 


















MO.OD 
S7S.O0 

see. 25 


' 40122 
125.01 




^li 


ffiS! 


ii 






627.78 


250,16 


£58.33 





EXPENDITURES OP DBPABTMBNT OF AQBICULTURE. 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTHT— Continued. 



LUMP-FnND SALARIES— CODtlDued. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


paid lor 
aalarj. 


Amount 


Cmi o/WmMnffion—Cont'd. 




1197.23 
ISBioo 

154. eo 

487. B7 

II 

US.3S 
105,00 

me7 

93. S3 
2S2.C0 

gg.80 

20?! 50 
73.00 
487.00 
102.78 
427.50 








































































Agent In tlot eradlcatioa, at (SO per month .... 


147.00 




Agent [n tick eradication, at ISO per month 

and U pel diem. 
Agent In tick eradication, at WO per month .... 




Hugaon,J.8 


137.00 




^dW per diem. 

Agent in tick eradication, at tSO per month .... 


























Agent in ticii eTadicatioo, at KO per month uid 
Sj per diem. 










Agent in tick eTadlcatlon, at *1 per month 








































47,250.48 









Kame. 


Amount. 


HUX. 


Amount. 


Slatianeiy. 


13.76 
30.00 








g^.y^j" 








RjanCcW.B 




477.60 




5^ 


?"''V-D 




285.00 


Joyce Engraving Co., Uauiioe 


^:«1 


























87.50 

II 
'S:i 

87.60 


















































S,E43.31 


n.1(«ol,»r R t 





.GdOi^Ic 



144 EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, 

BUREAU OP ANIMAL INDUSTRY—Contlnued. 

RepoH of expendUure» for the JUcal year ended Jum SO, 1907, under appropriation 
^"Era^ating catae tkh, Bureau of Animallndmtry, J907, *S2,5(W "—Continued. 






Ftimilwe. . 

BasB Si Harbour Funiltuie and Car- 
pet Co 

Ffeenor Fumtture Co 

Johnston Co 

LanabUKb Furniture and Csipet 
Co., Julius 

Woodward & Lothrop 

FnlglU. 

Chesapeake and Ohio Rwv. Co 

Louisville and NashvlUB R. B. Co. . . . 

Trlrgraph. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Western UntOQ Telegraph Co 

Cumliorland Telesrapb and Tele- 
phone Co 

Kilse, P. A 

Apparalva, intlrvmenu. and iabora- 
tory vtaierial. 

Baosch & Lomb Optical Co 

Travel and italUm and field erptntes. 

Abel, Joseph - - 

AUen, Leslie J 

Andreas, Wm.R 

Baldwin, Wm, A 

Baiunann, Ernest EI 

Beattio.J. G 

Beattie, Robert S 

Boaiman, James B 

Bowers, S.B 

Browning, Q.Vi 

BufllEgtoil, R, M 

Burgett, John L 

Burkhalter.J. D 

BuuBrTr'ttit..!!;!!!;."!!!;;;."!!;!;!!! 

Caldwell, Harry 

Chap'ln, Dwi^t D 

ClawBOQ, Clarence A 

Cofly,J.P 

Cole, W. W 

, Coleman, Arthur T 

Cooler, Chas. C 

Curtice^oopec 

Davis, n. F 

Davis, J. n 

Dean, Albert 

Dennis, Vernon A 

Drummood, Robt. H 

Dumbaold. Ilarry 

E^e. A.F 

EOfiols.B.C 

Eldrldge, Romcyn W., ]r 

Eldrldge, RomoynW., sr 

Eala.f^':...'..^'""^"'^'."'.'."'. 

Emeiy, Frank E 

Enochs, Nathan 




,-.land.ClaiideM.. 

Mackellar, W. M 

Marshall, Henry 

Martin, R.M 

Uauldln,C.E 

I Meaders, F. M 

! MBftdorsiW.H 



Parker, Joseph W . _ 

I Patton, D.W 

■ Paul, Arthur 



EXPENDITUEES OF DEPABTMEHT OF AGRICULTURE. 
BUREAU OP ANIMAL INDU8TRY-~Coiitinued. 



pnuej — Continued. 



fiagland, 1£.J... 
Buuam, B. H. . . 
BmuI, Chaa. A . , 
Blgflon, Frank. . . 
RobBids, Jesn... 



BosenbeTger, If . . . 
Bubel, Cheater W. 

8afler,J,C 

Schoflold, l^or. . . 

8h8lton,E. W 

81ilp1ev,E.R 

8kisbfe,F.L 

SmaLlmon, D. U.. 
Smltti, James 8 . . . 
Bparkinan, I. L... 
8quina, J. H 



Nam«. 


Amount. 


Traetl and ilaUan andjUlda. 
jMiMi*— Continuw. 












Stone, I. R 


K 




























Sf! 












,f!S 








2?, 878. 51 





Repayment t 

Net unexpended bi 



LOMP-FCND 8ALAHIES. 



Out 0^ WaiMaeUm. 



Payne. A. J 

Stewart. Walter J 

Hanavalt, David C... 

Jaetson. Roy E 

UacKellar, Wm. M... 
Parker, Joaepb W 

Fry, Wm.A..?.. .*.*.*.■ 
Hlatt, Wm, L 



Owen, Thomas U... 

BaqiM, Chas. A 

BchoOeld. Uator.... 

Beattle. Robt. 9 

Harrington, D. W.. 

Hood. Harvsy B 

Paul, Arthur 

Boeenberger, U 

ThomaeOD. Hu^... 
Emery. FrankE.... 

Pflttlbooe, A. H 

aibaoa,ChBa.H.... 
Oourler. Tboa. H . . . 
Hahn, Roy ' " 



Lane. Qlie 



Title and rate. 



. Veterinary inspector, s 

. Vetflrlnary inspector, e 

. Veterinary Inspector, t 

, Veterinary Inapeptor. i 



tl, MOO and 12,000.. 



. Vetorinarylri^ppctor.atJl.liOOandll.SOO... 

. Voterloan Inspector, at tl.400 

. Veterinary inspector, at (1,400 and tl,eOO. . . 

"itertnary Inspnetor. at «,400 and »I,SOO. . 

iterlnary inspoclor. atll.WO 



. Veterlnarylnspector.at Il,400aii 
. Veterinary Inspector, at tl.lOO an 
. Veterlnarylnspector.at 11,200... 



. Veterinary inspector. 



tl,200 and H.WO. . . 
ii , aw' and »l,Mb'.V 



. Veterinary inspector. 

. Veterinary inapfector. 

. Agent in tick eradication, at tl,300. 

. Agent in tick eradication, at Il.soa. 

. Agent In tick eradleatiOD. at U.OOO. 




















































































































S. Doc. 426, 60-1- 



EXPGNDITUBES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGBICULTUBE, 
BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALAEIES-Contii 



Out of iratUnpton—Cont'd. 



MiiriuHi({Bj mufu 

Squires, J. H 

Chapin, Dvlght D.. 

Lswailen. wTm 

Pratt, RldiaidT... 
Traemftn. Fred D . . . 

Butler, Tait 

Coiinell,R. M 



. Agent In tick erHillcatlaa,Httl,O0O... 
it In tick eroJJicati'oa. st tSW 



il.aoa per annum. 
. Agant In tick erullcstlan, a 
. Agent fn tick endlcatiOD.B 



303.00 . 

203.00 . 
86.71 . 



Name. 


a™™. 


Name. 


Amount. 


ifl*c<iton«™< ™pj)«e., tic. 


171 00 


mmUantwts mppUei, <tt.— Cont'd. 

























































Unexpended balance vhlch la 



'ailable during fiscal year 1006. . . 
RECAPITOLATION. 



Statutory salaries (76, W 

. Lump-fund Balaries: 

In Washington 173,gg 

Outride ol Washington 2,235,77 



HlBCellaDeaus supplies ai 



»s, equipment, books, machinery, etc. 287,283 45 



Eipraes 

Telegraph.... 



Gas and electifdty 

Apparatua, inatnunente, ai 

Printing and binding..,. 

„, , — ,. —..,-., .^ field eipenaes. , 



id laboratory in 
Total lor entire Bureau o[ Animal Industry.. 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 147 

BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY— Continued. 

RE CAPIT ULATION— Continued. 

Total amount ol appropriations '. tl, 0S4, ifO. W 

Total eipenditures under abova gioupa 3,113,a03.Bfl 

Unerpooded balance. 940,876.31 

RepaTments to cndit ol appropriations 1 55. 88 

Net unexpended balance on September 30, 1907 940,832.1(1 

Amount available In flecul year 1906... 10,811.90 

930,120.20 
Outataudlne llsbllltieB (eetlmated) 11,»04.86 

Balance to be turned bock in TreaBuly (estimated) 918, BIG. 44 

PROJECTS. 

The principal projects conducted by the Bureau of Animal Industry during the 
fiscal year ended June 30, 1907, were aa follows, with approximate cost m each case. 
The cost of these projects has bJbo been charged in each case against the group to 
which it pertains. 

Meat Inspection. 

This work was carried on at 708 eatabliahmenta, located in 186 cities and towns. It 
covere the ante-mortem inspection of animals to be slai^htered and the post-mortem 
inspection of their carcasaeSj the reinspcction of mcata and meat food products pre- 
pared therefrom, the supervision of processes of preparation of meats and meat food 
iiroducts and the branding or other marking of wnoleaome carcaases, parts, and meat 
ood products prepared for interstate or export trade, and the issuance of certificates to 
accompany export products; also the condemnation and disposition of carcasses, parts 
of carcasses, and meat food products that are found to be unwholesome and unfit for 
human food. Thecostofthisworkfor the year was $1,822,886.13 for salaries, $38,511.86 
for traveling expenses, |276,9SS.29 for supplies and miscellaneous items — a total <d 
$2,138,386.27. 

Eradication of Scabies in Sheep and Cattlx. 

This work was carried on priucipallv in the range States and Territories, and at feed- 
ing stations and stock yards. It involves the inspection and dipping of large numbers 
of cattle and sheep, the issuance of certificates, and the supervision of transportation 
and cleanii^ of cars. The cost was $216,114.97 for salaries, $110,256.44 for traveling 
expenses, $7,021.31 for miscellaneous items— a total of $333,392.72. 

Eradication or Cattle Ticks. 

This work, done in cooperation with State and Territorial authorities, was inat^u- 
rated and conducted in 12 States and the Territory of Oklahoma. It is carried on 
mainly in areas contiguous to the Teitas fever quarantine line, and includes the inspec- 
tion of cattle, the location of infected animals and premises, their reinspection, and 
their treatment, or supervision, or direction of same, with a view to freeing such areas 
of Texas fever ticks, in order that the quarantine may be removed therefrom. The 
cost was $101,844.88 for salaries, $45,102.39 for traveling expenses, $19,888.68 for sup- 
plies and miscellaneous items — a total of $166,765.95. 

Special Intbstmationb. 

This work consists in the investigation of reported outbreaks of disease in the differ- 
ent States, and has for its purpose the repression of animal diseases by cooperation 
with the State authorities. The cost of this work was $1,908.34 for salaries. $1,697.10 
for traveling expenses, $197.65 for miscellaneous expenses — a total of $3,803.09. 

iNBPBcnON 07 Southern Catile. 

This work covers the enforcement of the quarantine against the area infested with 
ticlts, which convey the disease generally known as Texas or southern fever, the super- 
vision of the movement of cattle therefrom and of their transportation and handling in 
stock yards, and cleaning of cars in accordance with the regulations. The cost was 
$56,279.81 for salaries, $6,038.64 for traveling expenses, $3,687.09 for miscellaneous 
•■' & total of $66,005.54. 



EXPENDITURES OF DBPAETMBNT OF AGEICULTURE. 
Scientific Investigations Relating to Animal DisEAssa. 



This work is carried on for the purpoee oE studying the causes of dieeasea affecting 
animals and of ascertaining the methods beet adaptea for controUir^ and curing them. 
It includes investigations and experiments along various lines, the preparation and 
dietribution oi blackleg vaccine, tuberculin, and mallein, and requires the mainte- 
nance of laboratories, an experiment station, and a library. The coet was f86. 265.03 
for salaries, $2,751.85 for traveling expenses, $35,831.57 for supplies and miscellaneous 
■atotaloftl24.848.45. 



Investigations in Aniual Husbanbrv akd Experiuents in Breeding and 
Feeding. 

This work includes experiments in animal breeding and feeding in cooperation 
irith State experiment stations, the collection of information relating to the breeding 
and feeding of farm animals, and the supervision of pedigree-recorf asBociations. The 
coet was 121,623.69 for salaries. $4,456,36 for traveling expenses, $12,151,69 for miscel- 
laneous expenses— a total of $38,231.74. 

Baiky Investiqations and Inspection op Dairy PBODUiTra. 

This .work covers general investigations in dairy subiects; special lines of work 
relating to dairy organizations, laws, and development of foreign markets; investi^ 
tionsin the manufacture of dairy products; inspectionof dairy exports, and of factones 
and markets for renovated butter. The cost was $58,777.18 for salaries. $23,278.79 for 
traveling expenses. $11,878.22 for miscellaneous items — a total of $93,934.19, 

Inspection of Animals for Export. 

This work is carried on at the more important stock yards, ports on the Atlantic and 
Pacific seabctfuds, and at Canadian and Mexican border points, and includes, ti^iether 
witi their inspection, the tuberculin testing of ail breeding cattle and milch cows, and 
the mallein testing of horses for shipment to Canada, as well as the careful inspection 
d all sheep, swine, and goats. Only animals found to be healthy and free from dis- 
ease and shown not to have been exposed to the contagion of any disease, and that 
are otherwise fit, are allowed shipment. An inspection likewise .is made of the cars 
and boats carrying such animals to the ocean steamer to see that these are properly 
cleaned and disin&cted, and of the steamer to see that it is properly fitted ana spaced 
tor carrying the different kinds of animals and equipped as prescribed by the Depart- 
ment regulations for the purpose. Certifi-cates oi export are issued for cattle and for 
the other different kinds of animals, includii^ horses, intended for shipment to coun- 
tries requiring certificates of inspection. Two inspectors are stationed m Great Britain 
for the purpose of observing and reporting on the condition of animals when they are 
landed, "rtie cost of this work was $30,062.49 for salaries, $100.07 for traveling ex- 
penses, $1,514.43 for supplies and miscellaneous items — a total of $31,676.99. 

iNSFEonoN OP Iuforted Animals. 

The object and purpoee of this work is the prevention of the introduction of con- 
tf^oua animal diseases. For cattle, sheep, swine, and goats a permit to import must 
firet be obtained from the Secretary of Agriculture, and these animals must be accom- 
panied by certificates of health from the woper officials of the district and country 
from which shipped. Cattle coming from Europe must likewise be accompanied by 
satisfactory tuberculin test charts by an inspector of this Department stationed in 
Great Britain, or they must he subjected to nie tuberculin test while in quarantine, 
Canadian cattle are admitted if accompanied by a satisfactorv tuberculin-test certi- 
ficate issued by a Canadian official veterinarian, otherwise tney are subjected to a 
^Drt period of c[uajantine and the tuberculin test at the border. Horses are admitted 
on paaEiing a satisfactory inspection by a Department veterinarian at the port of entry. 
The import work involves the inspection of animals imported from Mexico and Canada 
and throush certain designated sea ports, at which animal quarantine stations are 
maintained, all ruminant animals and swine being subject to quarantine. The cost 
of this work was $26,659.33 for salaries, $4,827.72 for traveling expenses, $3,707.73 for 
supplies and miscellaneous items — a total of $35,194,78, 

General Supervision and Miscellaneous Work. 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGBICVLTUEE. 149 

BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY. 

BepOTt of expenditures for the Jtaml year ended June SO, 1907, under appropriation 
"Sahnea, Bureau of Plant Industry, 1907, $163,060." 

STATUTOBY aALAElEu. 



»„. 


™e^.te. 


SH 


paid™? 
travel and 

and Setd 
eipenBes. 


Gftll B T 


ChlelotBoimu at 14 509 


2:000.00 

1,800.00 

Si 

1. SOD. 00 

;S| 
11 

i,in.j8 

l,i68.«7 
233.33 

ill 

'233.33 
118.86 
ML 67 

;3TO.8* 

ii 

soaoo 

'«!! 

i.2oaoo 
i;Maoo 




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a^^.Harw 









































Bh«)herd 
HcDondl 



PriC6,iJ8lfiBV.'.';i 

Mdoy, Guy S 

UofBf, Fnderic S.. 
Shaw, Harry B 



Waters, David... 



Obeiiy, kunlc 
Parker, 3. H. 
Schutt, EUan 
Smith, L. J.. 
Tvlcr, F. J... 


































70.31 












aeici 


M9.09 


87. » 










840.00 


ii'ia 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPAETMENT OF AGKICULTURE. 
BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



'ATUTORT aALAEIES— Continued. 



Name. 


.„...»«. 


paid lot 
salary. 


and fl™d 


Allan Isabelle 


(Tmv mnm 


1,00a 00 

2saoo 

208.33 

ii 

022.22 

11 

oecu 

,11 

357. M 

II 
II 

moo 
■ moo 

300.09 

Si 

203.00 

Ii 

IMioO 

si 
l§ 

Is 

568.00 




StOT^^deV 


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ii6i.96 


















































































































































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AiutlD.UaryA 

KISS'S-;;;.-::::::: 















BSPEJSDITUEES OF DEPABTMENT OF AGRICTILTUBE. 

BUREAU OF PLANT I NDDSTRX— Continued. 



STATDTOBT SALARIES— Continu 



Name. 


Title and rata. 


aT 


Amount 
and Md 






t»a.oo 
12a 00 

IS70.00 

TmOO 
«01.00 

Taioo 
ma? 

16&00 

247.80 
137. SO 

is 

4a). 00 
lEaoa 

36.33 
5134 

32a 00 

li 

90K00 
G2S.00 

SiS 

337.50 

Si 

'■SS! 

791.07 
187.50 
712.60 

eoaoo 
waoo 

ii 

780.00 
780.00 

if 

900.00 

SI 

li 

101 00 
















MaoMortIs, 1*11^ 


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■aiitui*::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 






















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Sheaf, W.V 


do 








































































■ai?feii,-^,v«»i6:;;:;::::;;:-:::::::;:::;: 






















niuirtrator. at IflOO 










Carpenter, at tOOO 




























































Gardener, at 1840 








Ecton, Thomaa a 






aws.iv.A 


t"'-" 














111.10 




t 












^l^rd.'Sr.!':;:;::::: 










FalDler,atWl6 










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H^.Oeo.'w 

iL''»^rHe'sr 


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Corrlclc.H.K 

gSiLS-.aM.-;:;:::::::::: 


'^':=:;=£EE£ 


msi 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGEICULTURE. 



BUHKAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



STATUTORY SALARIES— Continu 



Name. 


Title and rale. 


S' 


patdtor 
travel and 

eipeneM. 


_ _ „ 




1324.33 

Si 

390.00 

is 

110,00 
MB. 17 
210,93 
600.00 

eoo.co 

«tt.00 

E 

475:00 
ooaoo 

Tao-iS 

ii 

2M.00 

'il 

4fiS.OO 

uio.00 

340.00 

ili 

102.% 
IS&W 


































































































52S§I?"W^ 


















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Total amount of approprlBtl 
Total amount paid for mlartc 






















2,072,06 



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EXPEKDTTUKES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 153 

BUREAU OF PI^NT INDUSTRY— Contfiiaea. 

, J907, under appropriatwn 

' LUMP-FUND SALARIES. 



Tltte and rate. 



pttldlo 



Bntt^lield.E.C.... 

ftilllman.W.J 

OoTUle, Fradendc v 
D«iray, iTBtwH... 
Brawn, £. 

Collins, a.N 

Wight, W.F 

Si^Ui,Sr«lQF 

Towniand, C. O 

W^toTiirB 

Sheai.C. L 

FiHiuau, E. U 

Orton,W. A 

Uebsall, Haven 

Swlngla, WslWrT... 

TmB,K. H 

WebW.H.J 

Xe&nie;,T.H 

KeUenaan, K. F 

HartlBf.C. P 

Horton, J.B 



Brao'kBtt, Q. B 

Powall, a. Harold.... 

Husmann, Geo, C 

Oould.H. P 

Tom;. Uovd B 

Carleton, U. A 

Cook.O.F 

HltchcoQk, A. 8 

Judine Wm-U 

Ball,C. B.: 

Warburton, C. (J 

Cnnrtord, A. C 

PatteraoQ, Flora W.. 
Sa«oRl.W.E 



horticulturist, at tl.5C0. . 



DUIBIIIBI, HL t^,nH^.... 

ABBistant botaolBt, at 11,800, aBd botaniet, a 
-!,0I». 
ifstant botanist, St tl,HO 



It (2,000 

Lt 1150 per m 



Phrslologlst, at 12,000 and t2,2S0 

PbyBlol(«nt, atJI,S00 

AnlBtant physioloi^st, at 11,600, and aasia 

at 11,800. 

Aasistant physlologiBt, at 11,600. 

Assistant physiologist, at 11,500, and asaia 

at I1,B00. 
' -- ■- int pbysloloBlst, at II, «0 



Physic 



M and tl,MO. . . 



ittl,M0and*l,800... 



.fS 



Agrostologlst, atlZffiOO... 
AgTooomtat, at (2,000 



CaiTler. Lyman... 
aUbert.W.W.... 
Mitchell. Qeo. F.. 

Yonng.'T.B.'.'!!!! 



De Loach, <ienni< 



Harrison. Carrie . . 



. SdentiOcasBlBtant, sttljOO.. 



. ScleDIIDe assistant, at (720... 



itant. at (2.000.. 
. Assistaiit.'at ti'ioo ai 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPAETMENT OF AGKICULTUKE. 
BUHBA.U OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



Report of expendHwet f 
"General expema, E 


IT tht fiscal year ended June 30, 1907, under appropriatifyn 
ireau of Plant Industry, /907, *49/,706.25"— Continued. 

LUMP-FUND 8ALARIKS— Continued. 


Name. 


Title and mte. 


^''"' 


.Ha 

Ada^d 


'/« ITortinston-Coiitintied. 












i.i8e 


DO 
30 

DO 
DO 




























M.a.tti.iao. 


718.80 














SSSfi'"----"--'- 












82S.00 
900.00 

II 

■'SI 

40.00 

464.00 
990,00 
840.00 
























































Thompaon, Ifcrths 

Ooas, W. L 






A»^Mant, atl9«l»n'dti,«» 


84.80 


















7» 

''1 
1 

l,0(X 

1 

!l 

1,60( 

■1 

4M 

'39* 
8W 

eec 
m 


ou 

87 

00 
87 
60 

00 
S! 

00 

00 
00 




Slrrlne, Smnm F 

gSr",:."^-.-;-.?:::::: 
























^7^"^^ 




























sS":;;;;;;;;;;;; 






Student aaiMitat, at 136 per month, and gar- 
dener at WO per month. 








Student assistajit, at «» per month, and gar- 
deuer, at tto per month. 




































»f8™h;c.D;riiihi'.:v;;;:::: 
















Kfchtmaiin, W. 6 


do 


,« 






















Ell?lrt:liK::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::. 






















































P«WB,JuUetC 


Artist, at »4 per diem 





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EXPEKDITUHBS OP DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Contliiued. 



J SALARIES— Con 



Nfone. 


■ntieMtdraW. 


Amount 

ass- 


Amonnt 


In K-adkOvtm-CoDtlDued. 




'•ii 

36.97 

II 

Si 

St6.tXi 

Si 

306.00 

la&oo 

Ml. 67 

gl.33 
M.S3 
55.00 

184.00 
188. HI 

eti.oo 

M 

ii 
ll 

ago! 00 

is 
Si 

eoaoo 

94. JO 

757.50 
30.00 




































g^l^-SSZ'"^'™'"""' "'"■** 












































































S'S^*-""^*'"*™'*'"^ 




























Clerk, at »50 pBrmoiith, and BClentlflcftMlstftiit, 
ClSk,it«0 per month 






















Cleili, stenographer, and typewriter, ftt»76per 










Clerk, stenographer, and typewriter, at «0 par 

Clerk, stenographer, and typewriter, at MD per 
month. 
































Can«nt«r,att3.6apei diem andtSO per month. 




















































































































Bryant, R. A 
























SklUm laborer, at (2 per dtem and HO per 
Skilled laborer, at »l.7S per diem, snd lahoret. 


















ltIl]»,W.H 


Laborer, at WO per mnnti 





EXPENDITUBES OF DEPABTMEKT OF AGBICULTURE. 
BUEBAD OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Con tliiued. 



LUMP-PUND SALARlBa— Continued. 



In Waihington—CoDtlauta. 
Thompton, Harry 



Dixon, ^. D 

Garrett, W. J.... 

Hofman, K 

Mflreey, Calvin. . 
SajOxi, Evva.... 



Qopdon, John C. 

Parker, J. T 

PinkoU,J, P... 



Johnson, Tbomas... 

Mlistnad.J.I 

Broote, J.8 

Damonm, A. F 

Clark, H.M 

Walla'ce, Annle'E.'.*! 

Zoellnar, Carl G 

Swann. Sidne; 

Calwell, GBoim 

Copland, H.F 



Furr, Hsarood . . 



Marcey, F. L 

Marcey, T 

MltdiBll, Jobn 

Montgomery, John P.. 

PhJllipa.I.G 

Piirer,Henry 

Studiia, Wm 

Snlllvan.Wm 

Jonea, Tbomaa 



Duwman, Auaien 

DoiJer, Wm 

Omiam, Jolrn 

Qnen, John U 

Hayden, W, H 

Henderaon, Tbomae. . 

HohouBer, Adolph 

Hutchlnwn, Walter. . . 



I,abQrer, at Mi per month and KS par month.. 

Laborer, at naf. 

Laborer, at 140 per mon1}i ...... 

Laborer, at ttSOand KOO 

Laborer, at Ml per month and W 
Laborer, ai — "' 



Laborer, at $2 per diem 

Laborer, at jl.JS per diem, . . 
Laborer, at tlM per diem. . . 



Laborer, at 
Laborer, at 
UnakiUedla 
Unskilled la 
UnaUlledla 



50 per diem 

-er, at ISO per month . . 
«r, at 12 per 4lem 



388.M . 

M.00 . 

2i75 . 

MOD . 

79.50 . 

36.00 . 

270.00 . 



Jobnaon, Samuel ..|....,do.. 

Qng.Juuea do.. 

Lomaui, AUred do . . 

Lomaiix, Geo I do.. 

If UTgant, Isaac | do.. 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
BUREAU OP PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LUMF-FDND 8ALAKIB3— Contlnnefl. 



In ITaiiJjijrdm— Continued. 

Robaau. Jotm 

Rou, Euggne 

Stpnie]', Wm 

TSlfeno,K 

TUk;, Lonnla 



Haws, Harry 

Haws. Raymond . . 

Barber, E. E. 

Pierce, JamesF.... 
Wahlgten.M. O:.. 

Sheehan, F.Q 

aUpnon.C. D 



Gibson. Annie E . . 

Hebron, Ida 

Jamleson. Annie. . 
Jobnson. Uarja... 
8mltli,UarieC.... 



SooBeld. C. B 

Jensen. Cbas. A. . 
Hunter. Byron. . 



Ho^^ad 



SmuldinK, Perley 

wanen. Joseph 

Blanchaid. Benry F . . . 

Kiugh, G. F.v.'.'.'.':!::. 

Leldigh, A.n 



MJMJiflll.G. F 

? iiinii , Claieoce E . . 
oung, ThoB.B 

FawCBtt, Geo. I, 

Bcbaeler, JohnE.... 
Cory. Victor L 



BoherfllUB. Wm. H. . 
Btabenrauoh, A. V.. 
Harah, CDwIght.. 



Unakmed laborer, a 



!r boy, at *30per month. . 



Charwoman, at WSO.. 

do - 

CharwDmaa. at UD pei 
CbarwamiiD. at HBO. . 



Pathologist, at 12.790. . 
Pathologist, at t2.a)0.. 
Pathologist, at 12,250. .. 
FRtbolc«ist. at tl.800. . 



Asslatant patboKKist, at tt.rm 

AEricuiturlBt, at ^7(KI 

Agriculturiat, at K.2S0 

Agriculturist, at Hfi(X> 

Assistant agriculturist, at 11,4 
Assistant agriculturist, at tl.DO 

Phystotoglrt, at KJXO 

PomologTst, at (2,000 
Sdeotitic assistant, a 



kt 11,200.. 



..do.. 



302.00 . 

224.00 1. 
210.00 I. 

213.33 '{. 



(1,375.00 
2,SO0.OO 
1,068.75 
1,720.00 
000.00 . 

2,750.00 



. .do. . 



Scientific assistant, at M60. . 



1,401 



ScientiBc assistant, at «.20a and t1,eaa... 

Scientific aeeislsnt, at (1.200 

Bcicntitlr assistant, at (1.200, and special agent. 

Scientific assistant, at (1,000 and (l.an 

Scientlflc assistant, at 11.000 

Scientifie assistant. atO.OOO, and assisunt. al 

(1,200. 
Scientific assistant, at 11.000 and at (1,200 and 

11 «», 

Ltiflc aaeistant. at (1 .000 



1.258.33 
583.33 . 



EiPENDIIUBES OP DEPARTMENT OF AGBICULTTJSE. 
BUREAC OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Coutlnoed. 



LUUF-EUND SALARIES — CoDtlnued. 



Out of Wathington~CoaVd. 
Brewer, VinoentC. 



Sturdevsnt, L. B . . 
Ctawgoo. Aithuc B 

Reed. Jasepli P 

EflTmord, F, L 

Dusear. Jalrn F. . . 
Cobey, W. W 



Oa^r 



J. mile.'. 



Carl Tie, Aleiaoder.. 

Doilar.Q, Joe B 

Thimpson, OksK A. 



DATis,6nttoiiw'.'.'.'. 
Drummoad, Bmce... 
Otace, Oliver J 



IddlogFL E.J... 



. Expert, at tl2S per month and '• 
Special Bgsut, at 1120 per mout] 
Expert, St tlOO per month 

. Expert, St tTK per mantb 

. Bnert. at teoi) and (1,200 

. Expert, St KO per month 

. Expert, at t25 per month 

. Special Aeld agent, at tI,SOO.... 

. Special agent and collaborator, 

. Special Oeld agent, St tSD perm 

. Special agent, a 



. Speciel agent, St 11.200.. 



r diem and tlOO per 



. SpFolalsgent, at ISperd 



. Special agent, 
. Special agent. 
. Specialagent, aCt75per 



11,000, and stientlflo i 
tW,000 



. Special agent, stt70perinontti... 



iO per month and 190 per 



. Special agent, at tao perm 



. Special agent 

month, andl. 

. Special agent, a 



iS per month, at V 



paid lor 



soo.oo 

2,700.01) 
1,170.84 



115.00 

isaoD 

106.87 

sooioo 

108.33 

sax . 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
■ BUREAU OF PLANT INDU8TET— Conttaued. 



LDMP-FDND SALARIES— Continued. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


paid lor 


travel and 
station 
and field 






si 
Si 

ii 

moo 
law 

B.OO 
4. so 

Ii 

I. so 
loiso 

'i 

B.eo 

24. OO 

11 

|i 

Ii 

i 
Ii 

i! 

aooioo 

si 

12S.00 

300.00 

is 






































































































































































































IriHh, John P., ^ 

































































































































































































































EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGKICULTURE, 

BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. ' 



LUMP-FUND aALAElES— Contll 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


JSS 


•sss 

travel and 
and fl™d 


Oui 0/ IFoiMniKiiii -Cont'd. 


(200.00 

li 
II 

46.00 

4i 

8.00 

uoo 

2.00 
UCO 
.00 

ioo 
1,03a! 00 

KsioO 
175; 00 
2l£50 

1! 

157 50 
135,00 
540.00 

li 

11 
II 

11 






































































HeUer; Cbarles S 


CoUaboFBtor, at tl per month, snil aclentlfio 

oSSSi^Sll^SSi 


lOiio 


SS^fjl!:s::;:::::::::;: 












Bfl.OB 












sS?' a' d" 




























































glllt':?^^^'^ typ«wrtteT,_at »8«.... 
























Laborer, at »50 per^onth. at »1S per month, 
anaWOpermoQth. 














LSbS"f'M^'*°fSOTth 


































































































































UnsWHed laborer, at «.25 per diem and K.50 








































S9,3S3.34 











EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE. 161 

BUBBAU OF PI^^NT INDUSTRY— Continued. 

Jt«por( of expewiitvrea for Oie fiiml year ended June SO, 1907, under appropriation 
" General expenm. Bureau^ Plant Induetry, 3907, $491,706.28'' 



,N^.. 


Amount. 


1 Name, 


Amount. 


Statimery. 


' 20:27 


iliseeOa'neoui mppUri, iHc.— Cont'd, 




iSZl'o'e;:.e::::::::::::: 


















is! IS 

16.50 
1.00 

I,9S1.39 
179.09 

7fl-06 

12^40 

12:65 

12^80 
9.38 

t80:«0 












BuxtoD & Skinner atattonery Co 










Contingent expenses, DBpurtment oi 






















Distr^t oi ciJluffi Pai;^r Mwiiitoo- 






























enton Count/faartware Co. 
















^«^^E.S 














Morri8onPK»rCo., E 


ishop i Co., J 






SKS'il;.?ii.-,s;::;::;:::: 




















Smith Typewriter Co., L. C., iSros. . 






oehner A Co., L. 








iS"fS"cSS'f"'°" 


6,00 
271:49 


orden,A,P... 


m.ae 




oyle^ Co. (lDcom>rsted), John 








IVMwrlterandOffleeSapplrCo 






























^S 




6,032,22 














116.90 

150,00 
3:46 

2a. 5S 

139-90 

12:00 
100.06 

36.80 
28,90 

11 
ir:oo 
1^:00 
8:2s 








15.78 










































































American Wood Working MachlDerr 
















































Card Manuiacturiii Co.. S. W 

Carey^li^hlnery aod Supply Co 






W.S2 


























S. D(w. 420, 60-1 XI 









Gooi^lc 



EXPEKDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGBICULTUBE. 
BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



Mtscellaneoui juppMeJ. e/c— Cont'd. 



Clay, Bob i noon 

aemeats, Frederic E 
Cllpp«r Lftwn 
aojd, W. B.. 

Cue Braas 

Coe Mortimer Co., The. 
Coffeyvllle Implement - 
PturingCo. 



Co.. 



Columbia Oil Co... 



ConBiimar'B Mutual" Supply Co.. 

Cooke.F.E 

Cooley,D.P 

Copeland Co., M. O 

Corbett, GeorBO E 



34.M 

I laso 

28.90 

45.60 

11. 00 . 

3, 176. 13 



CunnlnKham, T, M. 

Cutlsr ElMtrical and Itonuiactorlng 



wr 



Daly ill Hopper 

Danienbaker, O. A... 
Darlington Lumber C 

Davenport Co 

DawA Co., Wm 

Dayton Fruit Tree Li 



UannTson Itfanufacturliig Ct 

Denny Co., Walter L 

Donsmore Typewrll«r Co . . 

Denton, Floasle 

DBur.C.H 

Dowitt Wire aoth Co 

D[okCo.,A.B 

Dickineon Co. ..The Albert, 
DIoklneon Heatlnj ' "' 
DOler, Caakey & B 






10S.60 

sfiioo 



rS.S;*ci»:;:::::::;::::::: 


Amount. 










nglehardt, t. C 


?!■?! 


rrood i Co., J. C 




























alls Cburch Telephone and T^ 






121 .W 






gST&i;;:::::::::::::::;;: 


'IK 


















Forker * Co^ C. A 
















































SSqW*?p 




















































Gray Herbarium o( Harrard Univer- 




aiikr'T'SiHiore"' ■'^ ^ 


s.oo 














Hackman A. D 


26. ZS 
































































T.«l 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

BTIHEAU OP PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



Name, 


Amount. 


»™. 


i„0„, 


i^ta^'**H&r" 


»ia7.17 

11 

1; 

341.91 ; 

60.00 
, 10.60 

is! 00 
moo 

^zi:«o 

II 

30.68 

,il 
41 


sa'."?*?-." 


128. is 
1 










Herahey MaoWne and Foundr? Co.... 
Heriog^P. n 






« 
















11 
11 




LamblsCo, (Incorporated), Jaa. B... 
La Mesa Packing Co 


HliiJe&Dftu^Pa^rCii.,The 






Hockman, W. A 






ts/fsa.?" 


IS 


















SS-gE:;;::;;:;::;;;;::; 

Lindsay Rubber yaniiaoturing'co'.," 




ts 






a&«6 






z&ss 










'is 


HuntlngtonUiliaa^ Cooperage. 






iiSii'fs;;:::::::;:::;:;::::::: 




mf, 






Loa Aiigel«a Ice and Cold Storage Co 

Lupton, 9. L...'...'.!1^!"!!"!I!!1I! 


SiS 






ss- 


















38.00 

II 

41 




■Si 
'li 






rl«li,H.C 


MoCubbinCo.. C. J 














moo 




a3S?;.».nii;::;:::;:::::::::: 








SS 










G(k2S 

3a 00 


Kahlhamn, C, A. E 


40e MaherAdroshCutierTCo 


Eann SotiB & Co., 8 


lass 


Malooe, M, B 














i="iV:.::::::-::::::;::;: 


si 


i Matheson Lumber and Hardware Co 


! S;IJ 


Keller Sons, J, B 


i MayiCo.,^ P 

'MayiSoD.W.H 


1 lu 










10.00 

iOO 












|epj^-j.j^^::::::::::::::::":: 




i t?5 


KesBler A Bco., C. e 


1 Uillpr. Dubrul <Ir Petara Manolactur. 


3.S0 








Is 








liiiaife:---"-"-' 


Ti.TS 




3L12 1 MiOBnUlisdRabber Co 










1*2.110 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

BUKEIAD OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



Hiiceaantotu auppHei, e. 
Uitobsll. Byron 



Moon Co., Wm 
Moore Co 

'.1. .re Corpora 

Morris, E.T, 

UoneACo., C. C... 



Mueller HanuIacturingCo., 1 



Mnnaon Supply Co 

Murphy, .I.J 

Murray, B.P 

Hurray EoRlnMvring Co 

MuthACo., Q«o.F. 

Hdtual District Mpaaenfier Co. . . 

NasBf, Geo 

Na^e Engine and Boiler WorkH.. 
National Electrical Supply Co . . . 
National ice and Cold Storage C( 

National Mortar Co 

Nsilonat Orange Co 

NatlouBl ritleos Scale Co 

Navy Department 

Nawrath,J.P 

Now York Storage Co 

NUgara Radiator Co 

Niagara Sprayer Co 

NlcEolson A flon, J. A 

North Platte Lmnbor Co 

Northmp, King* Co 

• Oden,J.^ 

0*Donnell,Jamea.. -.........,.-, 

O'Donnell, W " 



Oflut 



,o. W.. 



Ohio Pi ^ 

O'Konltfl Company (LI 

Olda A Whipple 

O'Leary, Lucy A 

Oliver Machinery Co . . 
Oliver Typewriter Co . , 

Oninge, neorgH 

0«boin,C.B 

PaeeAQlllCo 



Pattea',JulletCrBik.. 



FeerleSB Rubber Machine Co... 

Pennington, L. R 

Penine i Sona, (1. H 

Ferry, C.H 

Peters A Co. (Incoiporalod), A. J 

Phimpa, Harriott 

Phoenli Nnraery Co 

Pieoe A Co., C. C 

PlerioD, E. W 

Pool, Joeeidi F 

Porter, Albert B 

Postmaster, WsBhlngton, D, C . 

Potomac Bricic Co 

Potomac Electric Power Co 

Potomac Terra Cotta Co 



Prendergast I/umberand Coal Co... 



10.00 

asa.wi 

281. BS 
SOUS 



Punoett Bros 

Putnam, Luther . 



ifiaceUaneoui ivpptiei, «<;.— Cont'd. 

Randolph Paper Box Co 

Rapid Compulfr Co 

Rea^,G.p^y//^v/^'//^y^'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Rehm, H 

R*ld,.iomesL 

Reilly, Hugh 

Remington Uanutacturlng Co 

Remiogton Typewriter Co 

Rem ALudwIg... 

RIcoCo., Jas. H 

Richard, J.. 

Rilpy, Thos. R 

Roach Drug Co., E. R 

Robinson, C.L 

Hognrs^Shober 

Rounthwflitc, OeorgK 

Rudolph A West Co 

Sadler, Ceo, W 

Salhara, K 

Saks & Co 

SanKiienettl, E. E 

SanMonte Fruit Co 

Sauter A Sons, Win 

Sawyer, Rufus H 

Scarlett A Co., Win. O 

Schsler ACo., E. G 

Schmiii, Edw. S 

Schoiidan & Lynch 

Schott A Oon 

Sehultf, G. Edw 

Scifntific Shop 

Seahnry A JohnBon 

Seamark, Harry F 

SeJv-er, FredJ 

Seffol A Son, Stephen 

Senonr A LanEley 

Sharp A Sons. F 

Sheaffor, N. O 

Sftedd A Bro., S. S... 

Shenandoah Nurseries 

Shepard, Charles U 

Shepperd, J. H 

Shore. Chas 

Shorthand Writer 

Simplex Eloctiic Beating Co 

Sinol^n, Alex... 

Small, John K 

Smith, Elizabeth 

Smith. H. A 

Smith, H.C 

Smith* Bro. Typewriter Co., L. C .. 

Smith Premier IVpewriterCo 

Smith FrlntinfCo., Robt 

Smith, Thoa.W 

Smith Co., W. A T 

Smith, W.W 

Sou Brother! 

Somervtlle Co.. Thos 

Soulea A Butler 

StaackeBroB 

Standard Oil Co | 

Stannard, Ambroie B 

Stark BroB. Nursery and Orchard Co. 

Stayner. Q. E 

SteamaLumberCo., A. T 

Sttchert A Co., 0. E 

Bteckler Seed Co. (Limited), J 

Sternberg Manulacturing Co 

Stewart A Co 

Stover Engine Works.'." !!!! 1! !!!"; ! 

Strang, H. L 

Strausburger, Jos.......... 

strlngteliow-Hume Hardware Co 

Strohecker A MoDermld.. 

Sullivan, John , i 



laoo 

tGO 

St. SO 
614.90 

27.65 
204,00 



37.25 

iee.00 
eo.70 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE. 

BUREAU OP PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



HiiceUantotu tvppliit, eU.—Ci 

Sutton & Sons 

Swan.E.D 

Sweet, Asa 

Sweeay, A. C 

Syracuse ChUled Plow Co 

Taber, G. L 

Takahaskl Katskl 

Tayener, Cloyd 

Taylor, W.Cf. 

Tompla. Wm. 

Thompson, L. L 

Thompson MereantUa Co., W. F 

ThortumACo J. M 

TlmmerbarB- John C 

Tolman, Ruei Pardee 

Tolman Laundry 

Tonopah Lumber Co 

Topham. James S.. 

TrISrE. B.v.'.".'!;;.";;.'!!!;!!; 

Trundle, E. H 

Turlon, J. Edward 

Typewriter Offlca aunnlv Co .. . 
Ulbrich Seed Com Te 

UnderwooiJ. L. M 

Underwood TypowiilflrCo... 

Union Bollar Co 

U.S. Uailing Case Co 

Universal Adding Machine C< 
University ol Chicago Press.. 



Co.. 



D Deman, I 



Jth.. 



Ward & Sons. Ei^t 1 
Ward-Leonard Electrli 
Warden, Henry 



Washington Hydraulic Press Brick 
Wasbingtou Market Co . . 



Weeber ASon.... 
Wrtgel. Oswald- 
Welch, E. 8 

Welch, H.G 

Wealey it Son, Wi 



White, J. St. Clair... 
White Ji Co.. J DO. A 



Whyte, Warren M 

Wldney, Jay 

Wlilett Seed Co., N. L 



iag.TS 
36. W 
1L23 
73.40 



UiiceUanttnu ntppiKi, «tc.— Cont'd. 




















Wood Mowtng and Reaping Co., 












Workman, Denyberry & Fullt 


263.66 










































LansbuTKh Furniture ^d Ciurpet 


«3-0fl 






Liindatrom Manufaoturlng Co., C. J.. 


.1^?S 


Kiloy,F.M 


Ii 


Smith-Premier Typewriter Co 








Va^Z'anlr^hS'K^VurWCo;: 


1,632. 10 




Ftitl. 


















Hyattsvllle Grain and Coal Co 


45. OO 














ZehCo. (Incorporated), Wm. J 


21.00 




Freigkt. 
Atchison, TopekaandSantaFea. R. 






Atlantic Coast Line R. R. Co 

Baltimore and Ohio R. H. Co 


•if, 










Cl^c^, Milwaukee and St. Paul R. 




^f:^A?^^^.":^r^.^±^°: 


f'Z 






Eort Worth and Denver City S. R. 












Lupton, 8. L 

MoOneor, Wm. B 


!S 



166 EXPBNDITTTRES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

BDREAD OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Contlnaed. 

Report oj expenditures for the JUetd year ended Jane SO, 1907, under appropriation 
General expenses, Bureau o/ Plant Ivdmtry, 1907, f491,706.l8"—Contiaued. 



Nune. 




Name. 


Amount. 




114. !S 
1.08 

2.es 

108.06 
9.W 


Appatatui, inMnrntM,, and tafiora- 






386! ge 
82.61 
49.34 














Biverelda Heights Orange Growera- 






Army Cycle MapiifiitimiiCo' 




8t™StilaftndS^rriii^lKoB:B:"c6: 












31.60 












SSS'ntSIVS""^-""— 






ai7.« 






32.70 




' IRIS 
2S9.68 














4s 
11 












SSW.SS""*"""""* 












Total 




ciaflin Optical cci :....:::::::::: 


Ttlegraph. 


S1.72 
480.33 


ssffiiKasfS" 


203.20 




£rKSS£'S55ia™"°°- 


60.00 












41.67 


Total 


535,05 


!SZ;w2*l"™ °:::::::::- 


Tdephone. 


121.80 
TO. 80 
















































reitiin&ci::::::::;:::::::;::::::; 


S 


Total 


SW.68 


J!«7M. 






















' H 
420 
495 
fiOO 
3,000 
8< 

42( 
70 
40 

4; 

3« 
42( 


00 

i 

00 
00 








sa:&&iiisiiii"-'""-- 




















Dwble, W, Rlley<«atate) 


Grelner A JredertdcB 


«.S5 












aSrri"-.v.::::::;:: 








!? 














































11,908.40 














"Si 

574130 
























Union Electric Light and Power Co. . 






























McKee A Co., A. J ^^ 





EXPENDITURES OP DEPABTMBNT OF AQBICULTUBE. 



BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



Sepwt of expenditures for the fiscal year ended j 
" General expemet, Bureau of Plant Industry, i 



UaclilettABan,E... 



UftUmchiodt-Cliemlcal Worics 

MWihyCo 

MeleT Co., GeorgB 

Man* A Co i 

Montgomery & Co 

Mullet Bros. Photographic Supply Co . 



Farke-DSTiSiKCa... 



-I 



Queen & Co. (Inoorpontted) | 

Remington Hanuficturlcg Co. (In- { 

eorporat*d) , 

Rooheater Optical Co 

Sanderg FerilUier Co i 

Bargent ACo., E.H ; 

Bchniid, Edw. S 

Sdunldi, FredA | 

Schneider Bros I 

Bohutte & Koertlng Co 

Sharp lii Ootime ' 

Bheeti, W, SUaa 

Bmlth Photo Supply Co., The... 



BwlfC & Son, Jai 
Taylor Bros. Co . 
Thomaa Co., A. H 
Torsion Balance C 
Turton, J. Edw.. 
Valle & Yoong. . , 



., L. M... 



Whltall, Tatum Co! 

WIlBoD A ToomerFeTtlUierCa... 



TraMl and statioa and fieldexpenaei 

Allard, H. A 

Allison, Fred G 

Ayies, ThoB. W 

Babi, Samuel M 



BentoD, Harmon , 

Bessey, Emest A 

Blanohard, H. F 



Brewer, V.C 



Bnniett, L. C 

Burr, W.W 

Sutler,© 

Biitterfletd, E. C. 
Carleton.U. A.... 
Carrier, Lyman... 

Catei, J.8. 

Cbamberl^n, Jos. l 

Chase, Araea 

ChUcottTE. C 



Travel and nation and fttld sipm- 
(« — Continued. 

Chllcott, E. F. 

Church, C. Q 

Clarice, Fred W 

ClawBOn, Arthur B 

Cobay_,W.W 

Cole, E. F. 

CootO.F 

Corbett, L. C 

CoTj, Victor i,'.'. '.'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Cotton, J. B 

CoviUe, F. V 

Crawlord, Albert C 

Crosby, M. A 

Deunls, 8. J 

Decr.H.B 

Dewey, Lyster H 

Doane, D. H 

Dodge, L. O 

DmnmiODd, B^ce......... 

DuTd, J.W.T 

Ellla, FraniH 

Eslabrook, LaoD M 

Eustace, H. J 

Faurot, F. W 

Fawcett, Geo. L 

Fiti,L. A 

Fletcher, W.F 

Freeman, E. M 

GaUoway, B. T 

Gamer, W.W 

Gauges, Joseph A , 

GUbBrt,W. W 

Glasson, E. J 

Gosi, Willard L 

Gould, H. P 

Grace, Oliver J 

Greec, E. C --. 

GrlfflUis, David 

Hanunerly, J. U 

Harper.J.N 

Harter, Leonard L 

Hartley. C. F 

Hastlnge, S. H 

Hawldns, Lou A 

Hasen,L.E 

Hedgecoclt, Geo. G 

Helienman, C. W. H 

Heller, Chas. 8 

HenkS, All™ 

Herlnga, E 

Hlbbard,E.P 

Hitchcock, A. a 

Hood, Samuel E 

Hoover, Charles Potter 

Hoaford. G, W 

Hunter, Byron 

HueemauQ, Fred L 

Husemann, Geo. C 

Iddlnga,E. J 

Jenne, E. L 

Kearney, T, H 

KeUennan, K. F 

Kelly, J. W 

Kennard, Frank L 

Keyser, Val 

Klnsler, JohnH 

Klngh,G.F 

KremerSi Edward 

LeClere, J. A 

Leidigh,A.H 

Lewton, F. L 

Lucas, W.E 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



: Name. 


Amount. 


Name. 


Amount 


Trairj aud iialUm "^^^ «P™- 


I6!8.se 

-11 

II 

205! 44 
70.31 

i!oo 

M 

■31 

ii 

'11 

7B7.87 

1,087:23 
104.00 

l,tS6!lS 
1.020.88 


K(--Continiied. 






1 Shamel, A. D 




































































Straughn.M. N 

StulMTiranch, A. V 












og;U^-^:::::::::::;::;:::;:: 






Tenoj, L. 8 

Thompaon, H. C 

ffSaSit.v;.:::::::::::::::::: 






24S.4S 












Jssrs'-M'' 










RiyAdi--'-----"-"-'"------'-- 














DmberOTr.H.J.C 












KK'Sw;::::::::::::::::::: 










Warner, Matjorle F 










IS.-g&v.::::::::::::;:::: 












RoMnsoQ. T. R 


While, b.M 


662.03 
















Woods. A. F 


















Scofleld, C. S 

ecott,W.M 


Total 











Total amount of appTopriatlon, including tl9.I 
Ozark Mountain fund 

Advance to J. H. TuU, temporary dUsburaing i 
Advance to O. N. ColliDB, temporary disburaii 
Advance to J. R. Jobnaoa. temporary diabursl 



t. and by transfer 0111,446,28 Irom 



. . ._. 1, temporary dlaburaCng agent.. 

Advance to A, II. Leldlgh, temporary disbursing agent 

Advance toS. C. Mason, temporary disbursing agent 

Advance to E. C. Green, temporary disbursing agent 



>n September 3D, 1907.. 



DiB.1izedOyGoO(^lc 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTUBB, 



BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



Contractor. 


»...»o,„n..„.. 


St 


Borden A P 




























































Fl^'Bli2f>''i!'.v.v;.-.:::;::::::::::: 
























































































Ntttionai Elaetrto^ Supply Co 
























































































































































EiperimentBl farm 








































' 



DiB.1izedOyGoO(^lc 



EXPENDITURES OP DEPABTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



»^ 


Title and rate. 


p^dtor 


paid for 
travd and 


Out B/ Waihinglon. 




11,833.34 

moD 
























2,783. 3t 











Name. 


Amount. 


Name. 


Amouut. 




T.50 

3i 


R^. 






Apparaias. imIrumaUs. and labora- 
tory maHtrial. 




Benton County Hardware Co 




g'PP,'^",?'^ 




g^j^'aG^;:;-;::::-::::-:::::-: 


MilUett Bros. PhS?o Supiilj Co 










Travil ajid atalion and tittd expeiuei. 










21. M 










Expreas. 





















yt Plant Induetr; . . 



Total eipendl tup 

Unexpended balance.. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES. 



- 


„.,...„.. 




Amount 

as- 


travel and 


In Waihingbm. 






"Is 

sea 00 






Aaalfltani, at Jl.OOO 


tii;666: 






















1,493.34 













EXPENDIXUEES OF DEPABTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 171 

BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 

Report of evpvnditwef for the fiscal year ended Jwue 30, 1907, under appropriation 
"Omeral expenses. Bureau o/Plant Industry (grain invesligalioiu), 1907, fl5,000" — 
Continued. 

LUMP-FUND 8ALAB1ES— Contlnaea. 



Nome. 


TltlB and rate. 


SF 


and fiefd 
eipenBea. 


Out of Waihingkm. 








Dovel.yoseplTw'T.I!!!!!;!! 








































7,te».W 











Name. 


Amount. 1 Nam«. 


^0,... 




tS.36l 

bIto 

2 26 
23.07 


























United BtBl«B BotUen Supply Co... 






















53. SB 












trurtOanious suppliii, etc. 


1.50 
2.25 
5.04 

3:00 
10. M 

49; 6B, 

34.00 
1 .50 
4^00 

"1 
J 

13.33 
808 


831,53 


FunMure. 




















DameroTHPiaraoQ Co., Limited 


naoBell * Bro. (Ltmltid), F. F 




SarMfeS."*"-:-:-;.::::: 








































T tal 




EoUowa; Fire ExtlittulBbei Co 




FTcifflU. 




laiKsssss'.'"!"""- 






















Total 








M<.rrt»Co„Ucarftw,W.W 

l{ffiSS:;^'.F;:;:::::::::::::: 


Eirre... 


^^=^= 


















HellUH 







DiBtodB, Google 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPAETMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



Name. 


Ampunt. 


Name. 


Aznoont. 


Tekfraph. 


11.77 


lori/ma(*r<al-Contlnued. 




Wasum ttnlon Telograph Co 






^'m 




3.09 


MSXS''He^?r™^°*' 






TiUplunu. 














S^'E""-""-"-""""" 


.^■s 




















S-SZfS-sar.-.-.::. 


ZS 


Woolley Bona & Co. (Limited), Jas... 






Total 


716,87 


Travel and station arid field tipensea. 


— = — - 


OasanaelectTidty. 


2.10 






















Ap!iaral\M, faslrvmemt, and labara- 


mTl 


Flti.L.A 

Leiglrt,,C.^E...„ 


IttSS 




Woods, A. F 










30, OS 


Total 


2,172.75 



. lis, 000. M 



Be groups M, 807. 60 

Uneipeiided bftlanw ,• 102, 40 

fiBpajmeot to credit ot appropriation 1, 80 

Net unexpended balance on Sept. 30, 1907 10*. 2) 

CONTRACTS. 



c.™„. 


Nature or contract. 


"^s:^^" 


Chamber ot Commerce building, Balti- 


RflDt 


W18 67 


do 





















DiB.1izedOyGoO(^lc 



EXPENDITUBES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUHE. 



BUREAU OP PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



"General expenses, £ 



P-FUND SALARIES. 



Name. 




™.„.„„. 


Amount 
paid lor 


m WoiMnfrton. 


' Unskilled laboiar, a 










































































































































itlSiiylj^v.v.v:;;:::::;:;:::: 


1 Bricklayer, 

i Brtcilayer' 


'JST 























Report of expenditures for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907, under appropriat'um 
"General expenses, Bureau of Plant Industry (improving roads), 1907, 9S,S0O." 



Nains. 


A..™., 


N«n>e. 


Amount. 


JMisAitoneous sapptin, fl€. 


1132.00 
15.01 

.30 

ssiio 


MUciOaneoaa auppliet, etc.— Cont'd. 
Stannard, A. B 








Columlita National Sand Dredging Co 
















■ Fud. 
Zeh Co- (Incorporated), W.J 











































Uneipended balance.. 



DiB.1izedOyGoO(^lc 



174 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGBICULTURE. 



BUKEAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 

Report of expenditureg for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907, under appropriatum 

"Purchoie and diitributionof »ted», 1907, tl05,I40." 

LUUP-FUND SALARIES. 



k™. 


Title and rate. 


S 


trSS 
eipensea. 


In Wa/hiiigum. 




*3,ooo.oa 

2,250.00 

687:50 

350.00 
973.80 
720,00 

3,ooaoo 

!;|S 

.73«,26 

II 

720.00 

, 973.33 

SOS. 33 

roioo 
a».oo 

40.00 
. 53.33 

284.87 

720.00 

680.00 
540.00 

ii 

590.00 

«».00 
360.00 

mso 

372! 00 

13.00 










SSSiicc- 






















gSSiriikv;;;:;:::::::: 






Asalatant^t il,5(W,'and adentiflc as'aistant, at 


754.9* 






















Student asalstmit, at t26 per month, and aaslat- 
ant, at J720. 










287 34 








Aid, at »6d per month 








































Tpert, at »7B per month 

itpertattOOO 

ipsrt, at»72) 


















nspector, at 1900 










rani oounter, at tTX 
























Schneider, Itiiy H. 

BarbleiT-MMie.-.: 


C]ert,at»S« 
































month, and oierk, at |905. 




















gg^^-p;:;:::::::;. 






















Laborer, at MO per montb and tSO per month. . 




SSj^^h;::::::::: 








Lahorer. at S40 per month and UO per month. 


























































CoUai?re™or°*at« per month 














as,oss.90 











EXPENDITURES OF DEPAKTMF.NT OF AQHICULTUEB. 
BUREAU OF PLANT I NDUSTRX— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES — Continued. 



Nuoe. 


Title and rate. 


^ 


paldlorj 
eipeoeea. 




Special agent, at (60 per month, and BdentUc 
aaslstant, at 11,000 and 11,200. 


11,053. M 
ISO- 00 




e 














■!8:!8 








as2.sg 


















2,733.34 











stationery' 
btCo., R, p. 



Ballantyne, „ . 

Beckley, O. P 

Bock Maniitacturlne Co., T. S. 
Cambridge Botanical Supply C< 
Contingent eipensea, I>epaitm< 

Agrloiilture 

Da^BOn & Co., H. C 

District ot Columbia Paper Manu- 

lacturlng Co 

LambiTildeo 

Library Bureau 

Llndemeyr, Philip 

Morrison Paper Co., E 

Farter. D. Frank 

Stockett-FlskeCo 

Stott 4 Co., Chaa. O 



ol 



aa mpplitt, etc.— Cont'd. 



34.20 1 Brown Bratheri 





S:S 


Yawman & Erbe Maniilactiiiing'Co! 












. Jf«<:rilan«™*i.ppH«.flc. 














































3,«».'W 




























erry Seed Co., A. A 


1,1M.« 



CaofleidTF- J 
Capita''- - 



Idge Botanical Supply Co. . 



mCo... 



Capitol Freehold Land and . 

Carter. Dunnett ii Beale... 

C»rter4Co 

Caton, FredC 

Chicago Carnation Co 

Childs, John Lowla 

ChUllcothe Lumber Co 

Church & Stephenson.. 

Clark Brothers 

Oark Co., Everett B 



Colbert, L. R... 



CoofcC.B.... 
Cooloy, D. P., 



KO.O0 

11,239. SO 

ES.50 



32.« 

1,000.30 

36.00 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGEICULTUKE, 
BURKiU OF PI^NT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



Name, 


Amount. 

™1 

20.76 
7.00 

15 00 
46,05 

11 00 

II 
II 

''s.oo 

Si 

Jl 

6a 60 
3«.»0 

'1:35 

sioo 

3.26 
AS. 38 

11 

217.87 

i 
M 

34.78 
62:00 


Name. 


Amon.t. 


iriaCfUaaroas anpplits, «(c.— Cont'd. 


! orno, J.E 




SS&.'pSd »;;;:::::::::::;:::;::: 










Coj-ASon, C. P 




















































































; Joyce Engraving Co., Mfturiee 




























Keenan, R. C 


<^.M 
























































t,aml)le Co. (Incorporated), J. B . . . . 




































































McCulloiwh'sSonsCcJ.M 




















McMackiD,J. B 
































Me^e'^A'D ^ 










Meehan & ainis (Inoorporaied), 




































































































Holmes, John 





EXPENDITUBES OP DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUBE. 
BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



IfUceilaneoai luppUei, 
National Uartu Co 



Nungeaser & Co., Honijr... 



Ragon, Thomas 

Randolph Paper Boi 1 
RawBon&Co.,W. W. 

ResBOcer, £. N 

B^d, James L 

RelUjr.HuKh. 

Bemlngton Typewrite 
Rics Seed Co.. Jerome 

Rlpg«,J. W... 

Rifey, Mafley 

Robinson, J. C. 



Rudolph* Wert Co... 



Bandflrs, David... 



Schmidt, F.C 

Schnt^deni' Sons, I 
School df Co., R... 



Imlth, A 



Smith, John W. UacRae. 

Smith A Son, Nathan 

Smith Premier Typewriter Co. . . . 
Smiirtiiwalte Produce Co., C. A. . 

Sommerviiie Co 

86utliwo9l«m Scod Co 

Sleekier Seed Co. (Limited), J..., 

Steele, T.E 

Strasburger, Joa 

StutBM, F 

Sutten 4 Sons 

Suiuki&ltda. 

Taber.G. L 

" r.aoyd. 

lt,A.M 

,. -in Carnation Co., J. D... 

Thompson, L. L. 

Thompson, O. A 

Thorbiirn&Co., J. U 

S. Doc. 425, 60-1 






40. (Kl 
2,027.60 



100,25 
37.50 
63,76 
30.00 

167,20 



MUceUanemu ivpptiei, etc.— 



Van Zanten Brothers.. . 



Vash^gton .HydntuUo Fieu Briclc 



Wells & Co. (Limited), W 

Western Seed and Irrigation Co... 

Wheeler, Cart 

White, Herbert C 

Will & Co., Oscar H 

Wtlletl Seed Co., N. L 



Vlitordinli, Edward J.. 



Woodward 4 Lothro] 



Woreester, George S 

Yale Si Towne Manufactuilng Co. . . 



SS.9C 
23! 07 '] 



' WoodruflUtg. to I 

Woodward A Ixithrop ] 

1 YawtnanA Erbe MamifaeturtngCo.. 



Total 

Freight. 
Atrhison, Topeka and Santa Fe Ry.' 



■ T.vnna.U.Vf 

Littiedeld,AlTord&Co 

McCrary Transfer Co 

-'—•-"- --• ' ■"'-.shlngton (District of 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPAKTMENT OF AGRKT'LTUBE. 
BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



FrtigU— Coat iaufld. 



icB.^.Co 

Boulhem Paclflc Company 

SouthBtn Hy. Co 

Union Paclno RtLllroad Co 

WaBhingtou-Sauthein Ry. Co... 



3.49 
231.92 



torji maJfftoJ— Continued 

Columbia Photo Suppiy Co 

Droer Maniitact uriog Co 

Evana. Henry 

raniuhttr A Co.. R, J 

Fusaett Co. {tncorporatod), C. M.. 



UniWd States Enpreas Coil!!!' 

Telegraph. 

Poetftl TeJegiaph Cable Co 

Weatem Union Telegraph Co. . . 

Total 

Telephoru. 
Cbesapeake and Potomau Telephone 

Co 

Rent. 

BUBS, A. 

BUw, D.8-...... 

Bnmett, E. A 

Oas and elearictty. 

rotomacEloctricron-erCo 

Washington Gue Light Co 

Total 

Apparalua, iTulTvmenlt, and lat 



CBinter Fertilizer Co., E. O 

I l-iiUinan, E.J 

Sheets, W. Silas 

■ Thomaa, A. H 

Vireioia-Caroliaa Chemical Co 

Wiatall, TatumCo 

Total 

Trarel and ilalion and field erpenMi 



"•??"? 



a Co... 



30,00 



UcL^nan, Rol>ert.. 



racy, W. W..Jr... 
f..c}sW.W.,er,.. 

inall, H.N 

pstgaCe.J. M.... 



Bl apprm 



jrBbov«groap9 194,086.02 

ice 1 11,054.98 

appropriaton 7. 7S 

Net unexpended balaooa 11, 002, 73 



CONTRACTS. 



Contractor. 



Approil- 



Biveha, Lee Eiperiment station 

BUaa. D. S Sweet com 

Brantiey.AP^Co ! Cotton 

Bnulan Seed drawers Co i Tangier pea aad scarlet vetch . . 

Btay.H. U I Eiperlmental field 

Brewer, N. a I Sweet com 

Brown Bag Filling Uaohlne Co UallinK.etc 



tLOO 
10.00 
98.78 
SO 00 
20. DO 



Do... 



illinK. e' 



CanfleidlF.'j.'.'.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AUaiia!!!..'.'.'.!! 

Clark Brothers Experimental la 

Cooley. D. F Sweet oom 

Dawiey, F.E [ AUslJa 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGHICHLTUBE, 

BUREAU or PLANT INDUSTHY— Continued. 



CONTRA CTS-Continued. 




=— - : ».»».....»».. 


mate 


1 




iShiS;:;;:;;:;;;;;;:;;:;;;;:: """" 

SseSJiiv.::::::::::::-:::::: 




























S?t'i^;i,!i,^-ic;;;;:::-::::::;:: 






















Mtimesota Agricultural Eiperlment 
Station. 






do 


5, 09 


Flower aeod 


SO 00 












































tJtlHl A griculturftl Eipaiiment Sta- 






Cotton 



























LUMP-FUND salaries: 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


salary. 


paidZr 


In WaiMivtim. 




t2,5OI).0O 
'8fl9,4S 

342.00 

Is 




























Boyle, Henry H.^ 

UiUott, Eugene 
















































6, MO. 12 










Oat 0/ Waahinelim- 


eeioo 
oca 00 










bS^Wl™':!:::::::::::: 


Special agent at KO per month and We per 


















































<,KB.5e 











EXPENDITUBES OF DEPAETMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
BUEEAU or PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LDMF-FrND SALABIBS-ContlDUed. 



Name. 


*..«,.. i 


Name. 


Amount. 


Andrews Paper Co., B. P 








no ^ 

i 

00 














































YamDaa & Rrbe Maaulacturing Co . . 


(tnS<,nFiniUv,TCo 


3i.oa 




190.16 












Miictllantaitt ntppllei. etc. 


7! OS 

Ti 

245! Z5 
,1,60 
105. »S 

aioo 

:«:« 

271.30 

2! 00 

27.28 

la.oo 
13:90 

:t.79 

Si 
If 

11 










Allatuanna Bvenska Utsades Aktle- 


3ml th-p'ramlor Typewriter Co. 

Htcchcrt 4 Co., Q.E 














gs^ns;.."""'*""""'"-- 


?£"ifSdi.™oi 


28.75 




To-Kaion Vineyard Co 














Bowh,J.D 


VdEtch A Bona (Limited), Jaa 


0.09 




















Wcit End Lumber Co 

Wilson A Toomer Fertillier ITo 


















Khatro."';.'*'^.';;.:::: 

PandieT Creek Nururles (locorpo- 






Lansb'urghFumitureandCaipBtcd.,' 


24 g* 


Friend & Terrv Lumber Co. 

SsaK.-.w.T.:::::::;:::;::: 




Uoaes & Sons, W. B 


iIm 










Total 

FTeifflU. 




WW/"'^^'--------"---- 


1:3,6s 


i:;:!&,^!M:;;::::::::::::::::: 


.32 


















259.88 






:noxASon.M.N 






Adams Kxprpss Co 




:SSbert4s"hiii."J 






161.02 


.airiilierry & Co., ('hai. E 

.8<Viri*ro..A 


United States Express Co '."'.... 

Telegraph. 
PoBtalTdegraph-CableCo 


&S 






Msverli*. Mm, Samuel 

as&S^-:::::::::::::::::; 

SSvi-B------------- 


18.24 










Remv, Hiiiiii 







EXPENDITURES OF DEPABTMENT OP AGBICULTXTEE. 181 

BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTBY—Contlnued. 

Report of expendtluTeg for the JUcal year ended June SO, 1907, under appropriation 
"PuTchage and dittribulion of ued» (foreign), 1907, f 35,780" — Continued. 

LUMP-FUND SALARIES— ContlDued. 



Name. 


Amount. 


N«.. 


Amount. 


Teltphont. 


S.W 


Tratitland ttatioa andflilderpaua. 






















a.so 

34.60 
163 

11 






ToCory maUrial. 


UoTiUtlP.'By////^lV/ ".'.'.'.'.'."'.'.'.'. 


m.n 




tt^tt:::;;;;;;;;;:;;;;;-; 




















































§T5i?^^':;;;i;;;:;;:;;;:;:- 








Wilson & Toomer FeitliiMr Co. 


fl'i 




314.11 






Total 






....3,7K.SS 



id lor erection of building a 

Total appropriation available 

Total expenditurta under above groups... 

AdTsncs to N. E. Hansen, temporary disbursing agent. 
kj >.. a n 1^ 't, temporary disbursing agent 



CONTRACTS, 



COTtopaasi, L 

DisteI,B 

Fresno Vineyard Company. . 
Oimdlach-BondKha Win« Co 
■ in Vlnm-ard Company.. 



. Vinevitti 



. Vineyard 

. (Irap? culture. . . 



DiB.1izedOyGoO(^lc 



ESPENDITUBteS OF DEPAHTMENT OF AGBICULTURK. 

BUREAU OF PI^NT INDUSI^Rl'— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES. 



n™. 


Title and rate. 


7n Washinglan. 
















































































cgjK:^-':::::::::::;: 


ScleDtiHc aaslBtant, at t1,«OI) and fl.SM) 


a£S,«,5:: 


S^lai agent, at tl,«W, and agent, at ti,m .. . 




























Messenger, at isiO 




Oai 0/ Waihirtglm. 


■ 


Warburton, Clyde W 












Special ^nt, at *a» per month, and coUabo- 

rator, at »1 per month. 
Special agent, at 12,000 


Bennett, R.L 




Speclai agent, at jiW per month 






Special agent, at (1,800, and enpert, at 11,800. . . . 
























Proctpr, Win. F 

Quickaall, James L 


Special agent, at IIOO per month and tl2S per 
Special B^nt, at 1100 per month 














Appte.tt'm.J 


Special agent, at »eo per month : 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPABTMENT OF A.GRICULTUKE. 
BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



LUMP- FUND SALAUIES— Cont 



Name. 


Title and rate. ' 


Saty. 

240.00 
19S.00 


travel and 


OiU of WashingtoTi-Confd. 














Special agent, at WO per month and 175 per 
month. 










SpecUl Bgent, ftt tffl pet month and 130 per 
























Special agent, at J« per month and «B per 


moo 

200.00 




Willi w 






Special agent, at *2S per month 














Special agent, at »10 per month 
































600.00 

If?? 
































150.00 
S2.60 

:a4 










«^w:mE-------- 






































Pleree.J.B 






do 




::;::do:;::::::::::::. . : : : . : ::::;::| 'M 




8av3y, natvey E 






:63 

233^33 










w'^jj^.o.s.::::::::::::::: 










































110.00 
flO.OO 

isoioo 






Clerk, stenographer and typewriter, at tw per 










Laborer, at »M per month 












3.80 


WoA"k'r^"^' 




















S:8?i -:-»:» 














isoioo 


























«,7e3,M 











EZFENDITUBES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE. 
BUEEAU OF WANT I NDUSTRT— Continued. 



. 


Amount. 


N^e. 


Amount, 




■ 

tiio.as 

li 

64.12 
«.« 
2! 35 

II 

'.to 

22,60 


rr^finS^s:::::::;:::::::::;:::::: 






































1 Grser,A,'Y. 

■ OdfflB, T. L 














HBrding-KftU&an Implement Co.., - 












































Union EnvBlope Co. 

United SttttBB Envelope Co. 






















7W.76 


Johnson, C,L. 










100; 00 
20:00 

ll 

3123 

looioo 

4B.37 
20:7fl 

o!oo 

9,10 

«,«8 
47,88 

m.i« 

aa 

32,M 

II 

52: H 

sioc 

25,00 
408, CO 
103.00 
24,00 
31,50 






Joyce Engraving; Co, , Maurice 


.80 


Allen Manufocturiiig Co., W. i> 






Kendall, J, B 






















Laiie Charlea Ca'niiige and linple- 










LS;^''(-if^'/':^^coV(Liiiii^) : : : : 

Laltc Charles Printing Co, (Limited). 
Lami ie Co. (Incorporated) Ja«. B . . . 




























































MartiD.CJ 










Saifcci-.::::::;::::::::;:::: 








CartoU.J. i,.., 






SSH'lic 










Colorado Vslley Pumping and Irrtga- 


National Elcctrieal Supply Co 


.24 














Creilshaw, b, M 


?:™-iiS."::;::::::::;:;:::;::;:::: 


3,00 






























Edmonston, Chiu. it 
















ilgy^igft"""-"":::::::::: 




Fletcher, John C. 


122. BO 


1 San Antonio irrigation Co 


211.0(1 



EXPENDITURES OP DEPABTMENT OF AGBICULTIIKE. ■ 
BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



Name. 


«■•«. 


Name. 


Amount. 


Kt:a:KSi.fflK6'"°: 


1i 

S.09 
1.00 

11 

loaoo 
issioo 

2.(0 








Ban Antonio Tent and Awning Co. . . . 










Ttlegravli- 


















Westeni Union Tel^taph Co 

Total 

Ttltplume. 


























.20 



Toptiani, Jam«i S 

TmtoQ, J. Edward 

Typewritar and 0(B™ Supply Com- 
„p™y- 



Vam, W. L 

VogB(,A 

Waco City Water Worke 

Waco Uachinery aad Supply Co. . . 

Waidan, Hauy 

WemplfcR. Y 

White, Fred J 

Wlilttlngton,J. R 



Winfrey, George H ... . 
WlnlreyACo., J. W... 
WoltACo.,C,U 



y FumlturBCo... 



Houiebold Futnlture Store. . . 

Library Bureau 

Lincoln, Fred S 

MaTerlck.Clarke Litho. Co . . . 



113. £3 
87.60 

uo.ao 



Pennsylvania R. B. Co... 
Total 



Eureka Telephone Co. 

Southweitem Tel. and Tel. Co. . . 
Te jaa Tfleplione Co 



in PhuL Frank i 



Halbert, 0. 
Von Phul, 
Stoitb, W, 

Total, 



Total . . 
A pparalat. i 



lory material. 



HauBTlviS Lomb Optical Co.. 

Caddo FertUlier Co. 

Carl. Frederick 

DongtaasBros 

Draper Manufacturing Co — 

Einstein. Ben 

Foltiier i SchwlngCo 

■Co..Wm 



n, Z. D.. 



Orelner. Enill 

Jenks.W.S 

KeufTal A EsserCo.. 



IS.e7 Leese, M. A 



^iiecn & Co. (Incorporated) . . 
iovK * Son, A. C..,, 



SfliKent liCa., E. II,, 

Schmidt. Fred A 

Shfetz. W. Silas 



ai-£l and staiion and field en 



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EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 



BUREAU OF PLANT INDl'STRY— Contiiiued, 



»„., 


»„.,, 


Tracfl and slalion and field exvejises— 
Continued. 

Lewton.F.L 


a™™. 


'"""— ?r.r.r"'"'-j 


urn. 75 

485.04 
937. 7S 

me4 

425.93 

io:»o 

ie:85 

46:59 

11295.84 


•P'fS 




SSS.n.'Jv.-.-.:::::::::::::::::::; 


McKnight, 11. L 

Mol^nKhlln. E. M 


X 


l!SS-.;,Tr.-.v..::-: :■::■: 


BS.'TIi.'-.^::: 


sis 








BoyWn, E, B... 

IXVa...:;:::::-: 




NMaon.lI.T 


02.98 




P?Stt'' Tom 6 


^aJI 
















Quleiismi. J. L. 


^ffilflO 


Dm^ani N 


Saunders. &. A 

Shajtiel, A. D 

Shc«malrer,'D.'N !!!!!"!" !!:"!!"! 


550.87 
1S9.00 








Gentry, Kl ben 
























"lao 


He«dley,F,B 












WeHberil.J 








KinslBr.J. bftvis 


T 






•^'PP'^* 
























rslngagen 




































.1,807.56 



Borrougha, W. A. 

Brariirw.L 

BumB, Loula 

Carroll.J.L 

ClarfcO.W 

Coi, E.T 

CreDabAiT. D. H.. 

Do 

I>eMosa.W. H.. 

Kftton.J. Q 

Eduuds, 11. U... 
FlBtcher, J. C 



. .. Exporlmental farm... 
.'.'. 'Coitoa'.'.y.'.'.'.y.'.'.'.'.'. 

.'.'. :!!!'do!!!!!;;;!!;;;!;! 

.. BxperlmentBl farm... 

do 

.. Cotton 

do 

.. Experimental farm... 



'.'.\ 1C0.« 
..' 25.00 



EXPENDITURES OP DEPARTMBNT OF AGRICULTURE. 



BUREAU OF PLANT INDUSTRT—Contlnued- 



Keuliey. ^ 
Klmbroiifft 



CO KT R A CTS— Conti nued . 



ixperlmental farm.. 



Flunkett.T.O 

Reynolds, C. L 

Boblnson.T. F 

Rogers, E.M 

San Antonio Trrigatlon 

Sistrunk. W. E 

Smith, H.L 

Thlbodeaui, Qllbect.. 

Vam, w.L 

Van Phul iSi Gordon. 
Welch, ■ ~ 



1, C 
Total.. 



MP-FUND SALARIKS. 



OM of VofA jnnton. 
Gigleui,E. J 



Mooio, James J ' do 

8wBty, David H do 

Wad^ James A do 

Davidson, Rotnrt C : Special aireDt, at t8D per month 

Otma, qTw do 

Pruitt, OanrgeH do 

Sutton, G. R Special agent, at NO and tlOOpBrn 

Terrell, T. E Special agent, at t^ per month.... 

Utta. Albert J do 

Special agent, at tlDO per month... 
























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188 EXPENDITURES OP DEPARTMENT OF AGBICULTURE. 

BUEEAU OP PLANT INDUSTRT— Continued. 

Beporl qf expenditures 



Name. 


Amount. 
1130.30 

.11 


Name. 


A...... 


Trava ond tlatHnnmd fitid expmtei. 


Tractl and talion and fittd txpaua. 



















































Total emoont of appropriatimi 

Total eipenditnree umfei above gioupi. . . 

Uneipendsd balance on Jiuw 30, 1907, v 

Beport of expenditure! for the JUixtl yew ended Juw: SO, 1907, under appropriation "Porno- 
logiral iniieatigations, fundfro^n sale of fruits and vegetables. t3,744-74'" 



Slati'miry. 
Andrews Paper Co., R. P 


iiioo 

ii 


Fu™«ur(— Continued. 
Yawmanft ErbeMonuIacturingCo.. 


tti3.50 






Freighl. 














lOtM 












3.80 
.SO 

S,M 
30.00 
19. M 
IS. SO 

1.68 

2.50 

iei.40 

21.60 


33 43 
























































2.50 Apparalaa, inilmmtnU. and laborif 
5,00 : torymaurial- 












^^?m'^ 


2:00 
















Risien.E.E .V.'.'.. .:::::::::.:. 


LfedaANortirupCo 





_._dolplii West Co 

Ruhlman & Co.. P 

Sohinld, Alex 

Sclimld, Edw. S 

Smlth,MoC. J 

TarHngton. H. H 

Toptiam. James S 

Typewriter and OtSoe Supply Co. . . 

WaslJlnBton Markot Co 

Wood. Albert 

Woodward Ic Lothtop 

Young & Co., A. F 

Totsl 



I.E. J 

slleetz.W.Saasy^\\\y.'.'.'... '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
Western Electric Co 

Total 

Travel and slalion and field expentei 

yiotcher. W.F....J 

Oore,H.C 

Gould, H.P 

Heelte.O.H 

Powell, G. Harold 

Taylor. V/ai!ki...\\V.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.V.'.'.'.'. 

Total 



!s under above groupe. . . 
1 balance on June 30. 100; 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPABTMENT OF AGBICULTUBE^ 
BUREAU OF PLANT I NDUSTRX— Continued. 



Oaiduer, S. F 

Tulcott R. B.... 
Sewell, Johns 



Austin, Wnltln T.. . 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES. 



Tltla and nt«. 



Conniltliig mechADleal ansiuee 
SnpervlBlng enrlaeei, at 1050. . 
Foremiii, at llfiD per month... 

Inspector, at 12,0*1. 

Inspector, at tun per month. . 



Survejman, at 150 and Sfl 







^«:Si 














25.70 













Yawman & Erbe Uanufacturlns Cn 



itiiceOaruoat tappUrt 






1. Alvord 4Co .. 

United StHtee Bipresa Co 
Ttlegrapli. 



En^oeringNeweFabliah'lngCo.. 
Engineering Record....-...-...-.. 

Eepev, John B 

BTemngStar Newspaper Co 

Freeh, ClaittM 

Uuth'&Co.','GeoVF.'.' .'.'!! !!!!'.... 

Rankin, KcUogg & Crane 

Sanborn, ChiisTlI 

8tannard. Ambrose B 

WashlngtOD Herald Co 

Washington Post Co 

Washington Times Co 

Watson-FIagg EnglneeTlng Co 



Teitphoni, , 

Chiisapoako and Potomac Telephone \ 



l,7N3,05 
32!S0 



(Hlbert, H, L 

i'BLraer, J.G 

Sewell John Steph«i . . . 

Total 



L'aexponded balanee ot 



■Ic until uBud 2*5,31 



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.EXPENDITURES OF DEPAllTMENT OF AGHICULTURE. 

BUREAU OF PI^MT INDUSTRY— Continued. 



Beall, R. J., Constr 
Cntlln, ElmoiILCi 

Faith, S.ACo 

OtisEkTatorCo.. 
Rankfn, K?llo^ & 
Banborn.Chan^ H 



Spwer |6,«»8.2B 

Lighting fix tu res S.ffiaOO 

Power plant equipment 60, COS. 98 



Const nictlon of laboratories . . 



24,T9«,«I 
1,377.8S 
20,IS7.IW 



RECAPITULATION. 



Liunp-tund 


salaries in Washington 
alartes outside onvasl 




































Loupplle 




eqiipmeot 


books 


machl 


aery 





















OBSBodelectiielty.. 
Apparatus, instrumeui 
Frintlng and binding. . 



, and lalioratory maleiiiil. . 
lold Bnpensea 



Total 

mount adTanced to P. K. Dorsett. ti 
sreetlon of building at CUco, the n 

"Foreign seeds " 

dvancB to temporary disbursing ageut! 



27s'3ri 


4» 


























4,148 








18,23( 








18,173 


■Si 


m,aM 


7S 


1,S»,477 


U 



)I Plant Industry.. 



expenditures as above... 
Uhexpended b^an 



iK?" 



appropriation "Cotton liOil B-eevti inveatigaU 



Repayments to credit ol appropriations 

Net unexpended balance on September 30, 19 

Baienpe to be turned back in Treasury 



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EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRTCU1.TT:RE. 



J ._, , Fs, with approximate cost in each case. The 

coat of these projects haa aleo been charged in each caee against the group to which it 
pertiuns, 

1, Administration. 

(A) Office of Chief of Bureau. 

Outhne of work; General adminiatration of Bureau affairs; the carrying out of all 

fiscal operationa, euch as appointmenta and changes of grade, auditing and accounting; 

theeditingandproof reading of all pwblicationsofthe Bureau; and other executive and 

administrative actails. 

Allotment of funds: 

Statutory salaries 130,000.00 

Lump fimds 8, 500. 00 

Total 38,500.00 

Expended aa follows : 

Salaries (statutory roll): 

Alhee, R. S., clerk $264. 45 

Allen, Jessie M., clerk 983.34 

Andrews, B. M., clerk 133.00 

Barhiery, Marie, clerk (half year) 377.50 

Boroehoff , J. M., messenger GOO. 00 

Brsffidon, Clara K. , clerk 696. 34 

Brodie, C. B., meesenger 54.67 

Calhuider, W. F,, clerk 1,400.00 

Cartan, M. S., clerk 400.00 

Collier, William, clerk 1,200.00 

Cox,W. P., clerk 1,166.67 

Bdmonston, Mrs. B., clerk 832.01 

Eetabrook,. L. M., clerk 1, 800. 00 

Fowle, C, clerk 150.00 

Galloway, B.T., chief of bureau 4,500.00 

Gochenour, W. P., derk 1.600.00 

Graham, J. P., clerk 1,133.33 

Haas, Alvina, clerk 133.33 

Jones, J. E., chief clerk 2. 000. 00 

Jom^s, O. F., derk (half year) 900.00 

Lee, Frank, skilled laborer 594. 50 

Marcy, W. L., clerk {half year) 700.00 

MuhhNiian, BoBsie, clerk (half year) 300. 00 

Phelpa, Nora H., clerk (halt year) 500. 00 

Rockwell, J. E., editor 2,000.00 

Saunders, Belle, clerk '. 1, 600. 00 

Taylor, W. E., clerk 1, 400. 00 

Wight, J. C, clerk (half year) 800.00 

WiBiaina, Mrs. A., clerk 1, 200. 00 

Zell, Carrie, clerk 720. 00 

30, 139. 11 

Salaries (lump fund roll): 

Andrews, B . M. , clerk 1 49. 3:1 

Brooks, J. S., laborer 14. 00 

Brown, Martha, charwoman 372.00 

Cramor, Mabel, clerk 285. 00 

Cox, W. P., clerk 233.33 

Daniel. Evelyn W., messenger 5.00 

De Loach, Mrs. G. B., scientific assistant 170.00 

Fitzhugh, W.H.. laborer 388.60 

Gibson, W. A., clerk 27.78 

Hinton, Agnes, clerk 81. 33 

Laird, W. C, clerk 38.67 

Manning. H- F-, clerk 65.33 

Neilson, C. W. C., cabinet maker 154.00. 

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192 EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. ■ 

{A) 0#Mo/CftM/o/fiureau— Continued. 

Salaries (iump fund roil) — Continued. 

Sheetan, F. J., mesBenger boy $224.00 

Scribner, F. Lamson, special agent 2, 500. 00 

Youngblood, F. E., clerk 23.33 

— J4, 731.60 

Total salaries 34, 870. 74 

(Note, — Employees charged for one-half year are detailed for 
remainder of year to work of Congressional seed distribution.) 
Field work; Inspection of experimental plantings and laboratories in the 

field, and necessary travel 1, 209. 93 

Miscellaneous: Stationery, supplies, and office fixtures 951.86 

Total expenditures 37, 032. 53 

Authority (Digest of Appropriations, p, 418): Salaries paid on statutory roll. (Di- 
gest of Appropriations, pp. 429-430): Miscellaneous investigations-, and "for the 
employment of invest^ttirs, • • • clerks, * ■* * assistants, • • * and 
all otlier labor and scientific assistance required in conducting investigations and 
experiments in the city of Washington and elsewhere. * * * For actual and 
necessary traveling expenses" and raiscellaneoua expenses and supplies; "and for 
all other necessary expenses." 

(B) Office of Assistant Chief of Bweau. 

Outline of work; The administrative supervision of the patholc^cal and physiolog- 
ical work of the Bureau; assisting the chief of Bureau in the general mam^ment of 
Bureau affairs; keeping of project records, cooperative agreements, contracts, etc.; 
issuance of authorizations, drawi^ of requisitions, etc.; handling of all supplies and 
property of the Bureau; translating, abstracting, and indexing of patholc^cal and 
physiological literature, and the maintenance of a branch library of same; and rental 
and care of all buildings leased for the use of the Bureau. 
Allotment of funds: 

Statutory salaries (18, 400. 00 

Lump funds 18, 996. 24 

Total _. 37,396.24 

Expended as follows; 
Salaries (statutory roll): 

Bradley, F. H,, clerk $1,400.00 

Bechtold. J. M., messenger 264.00 

Carroll, L. W., messenger 225, 00 

Collins, J. B., messenger 477.33 

Curtin, Grace M., clerk-.- 647.66 

Ecton, T. G., gardener 840.00 

Escavaille. 0. L., clerk 490. 00 

Fealy, Nellie E., clerk 1,800.00 

Harrison, Carrie, clerk 233. 33 

Hodges, A. J. , watchman 420. 00 

Humphrey, W. F., carpenter 70. 00 

Jones. J. A., clerk 160.00 

Kelly, M. C, watchman 720. 00 

Lane, Katharine, clerk 1, 200. 00 

Ij.ng,W. W., clerk 1,600.00 

Mason, C. S,, clerk 707.50 

Moisc, F. 8., clerk 1,008.33 

Oberly, Eunice E., clerk 1,140.00 

Page, J. E., messenger 600.00 

Parker, SaJlie M., dcrk 1,200.00 

Smith, Lydia J., clerk 1,200.00 

Smith, W. A., carpenter 763.00 

Sweet, M. L., clerk 225.00 

17, 291. 15 



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EXPENDITUEES OP DEPABTMENT OP AGRICULTURE. 193 

(B) Offiu of AjtUtant Chief of Bureau — Continued. 

Salariea (lump fund roll): 

Adams, Lola M. , laborer ?600. 00 

Ai^uBterier, R., electriciwi 203. 00 

Beao, S., carpenter 42.00 

Childere, L. F., coUabomtor 57.33 

Clark, H.M., laborer.-.: 420.00 

Escavaille, C. L., clerk 300.00 

Fearing, Martin, clerk 336.00 

Fischer, Walter, scientific asBistant 1,200.00 

Gamer, Sarah L,, charwoman 480.00 

Green, L.H., clerk 3B6.00 

Hamson, Carrie, scientific assistant 1, 166.67 

Heron, L. M., electrician 136.50 

Holton, N. G.p aasiatant curator 958.66 

Howell, H.H., clerk 138.00 

Jensen, C. A., agriculturist 400.00 

Meloj^, F. E., clerk 1,015.01 

Merwin, J. O., ecientiflc aaaiHtant 366.67 

Boberts, H., clerk 670.00 

Sands, J. K., plumber 168.00 

Sweet, M. L., clerk -526.00 

Wood, H.S., painter : 238.00 

Woods, A. F., assistant chief of bureau 3,000.00 

$12,776.84 

Total salaries 30, 067. 99 

Field work: Inspection of experimental plantings and laboratories in the 
field, and necesaary travel 363.90 

Miscellaneoue: Stationery, apparatus, laboratorysupplies, office fixture?, 

gas and electric current, etc 5,463.95 

Total expenditures 35, 895, 84 

Authority(Dige8tof Appropriations, p. 418): Salaries paid on statutory roll. (Dieeet 
of Appropriations, pp. 429-430): Miscelleanous investigations , and "for the em]doy- 
ment of investigators, * * • clerks, • * * assistants, • • • and ^i 
other labor and scientific assistance required in conducting investigations and experi- 
ments in the city of Washington and elsewhere. • • • For actual and necessary 
traveling expenses" and miscellaneous expenses and supplies, "and for all other 
necessary expenses." 

11. Patholoqical Invebtioations. 

1(A) IMoralory of Plant Pathology. 
OutUne of work : AUDtment . 

(1) Laboratory studies of all sorts of pbnl diseases. This work is 

largely technical, including diseases of sugar cane, cotton, 
com, olives, potatoes, tomatoes, tobacco, cucumbers, squash, 
pumpkins, muskmelons, cabbage, etc $14,699.00 

(2) Pathological collections, including the Mycolc^cal Herbarium 

and the identification and ins^iectioa of materia] received. In 
connection with the pathological work a collection of all the 
fun^ connected with plant diseases is necessary, and this col- 
lection now contains approximately 50,000 specimens 4,361.00 

(3) Investigation of rice diseases in South Carolina. Work already 

done indicates that the disease of rice known aa "blast" is 
caused by a fiu^us and that plants growing In very acid soils 
are most subject to attack 1, 455. 00 

(4) Investigations of truck crop diseases, including methods of 

spraying cucurbits to control downy mildew, the production of 
disease resistant cowpeas and watermelons, a study of the 
disease resistance of potatoes, and a general survey of the plant 

diseases prevalent in the United States 2,961.93 

Statutory salaries 2, 940. 00 



Total allotment 

8. Doc. 425, 60-1— 



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194 EXPESDITURES OF DEPABTMENT OF AGEICULTUEE. 

(X) Labomtory of Plant Palhologfi — ContiDued. 
Expended as follows: 
Salaries (statutory roll): 

Allen, C.W., clerk $250.00 

Ammen.Mfltlulde, clerk 521.66 

Brewer, J. F. , artist 1, 200. 00 

Dyre.Mildred P., clerk 326.00 

J2,196.66 

Salaries (lump fund roQ) : 

Ames, Adeline, laboratory aid 960.00 

BeatUe, R. K. , collaborator 11.00 

Bolley, H. , collaborator 12, 00 

Charles Vera K., scientific assistant 1, 080.00 

Cobb, N. A., apeclal agent 2,116.67 

Davis, G. H., clerk 170. 00 

Dyre, Mildred, clerk 350.00 

Gates, B. P., clerk 210.00 

Gilbert, W.W., scientific asBJBtant 600.00 

Harper, J. N., collaborator .- 1 180. 00 

Heald.F.D., collaborator 12.00 

Hedges Florence, scientific assietant 1,188.33 

Jones, L. R., collaborator 300. 00 

JtduiBon, Thomas, laborer 520. 00 

Johnston, J. R., scientific assistant 1,300.00 

Kern, F. D., collaborator 3.00 

Metcalf, Haven, pathologist 1,800.00 

McCuUoch Lucia, scientific assistant 1S4, 00 

Norton J. B., assistant physiologirt 7.00 

Orton, W. A., pathologist .' 416. 67 

Paddock, W, collaborator 12. 00 

',, Pammel, L. H., collaborator 12.00 

Patterson, Flora W., mycologist 1,600.00 

Pomeroy, C. S., special agent 200.00 

Quirk, Aines, laboratory aid 1, 091. 67 

Kowen, G. D., gardener 75.00 

Selby, A. D., collaborator 12.00 

Sheldon J. L. collaborator 12.00 

Smith, BrwinF.,patholo^ in charge 2,876.00 

Stevens F. L. collaborator. 1 12. 00 

Stone, G . E. , collaborator 12. 00 

Stuart William, collaborator 60. 00 

Swingle, D. B. , scientific assistant ■ 196. 67 

Tiller, R.G.,>boratory aid 148.33 

Whetzel,H.H., collaborator 12.00 

Wilcox, E. M., collaborator 12.00 

17,668.34 

Total salaries 19,866.nO 

Field work: Cooperation with experiment stations and private growers, 

inspection of experimental fields, and necessary travel 1,92'.6A 

Miscellaneous: Field and laboratory supplies, stationery, office fixtures, 

fq>paiatua, etc 4, 284, 33 

Total expenditures W, 063. 99 

Authority (Digest of Appropriations, p. 418): Statutory salaries. (Digest of Appro- 
priations, pp. 429-430:) "^ * • "tostudjrplant and orchard diseases, and d^non- 
■trate the treatment ot same; * * * to investigate the causes of decay in forest 

timber and timber used for construction purposes, and to devise means for preveat- 
iagthedecayof same; * • • for actualana necessary traveling expenses, • * *" 
and other miscellaneous expenses. 

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EXPENDITURES OF DEPABTMEHT OF AOBIGULTUBE. 195 

(B) Diaeaaei of/ruiti. 
Outline of work: AUatmaat, 

(1) Pear blight eradication and demonBtration work {5,780.00 ' 

(2) "Little peach" eradication work 1,367.00 

(3i Spraying demonBtiation work in the control of apple hitter rot. , 4, 783. 00 

(4) Inveatigationa of diBea^ee of cranherrieB, grapes, and other amall 

fruits 5, 520. 00 

(5) Investigationa of miscellaoeoue diseasea of orchard fruits, includ- 

ing the identification of diseasea, a atudy of the hrown rob of 
the peach and plum, and of t^e winter injury to fruit trees, and 
giving information as to the preparation and use of fungi- 
cides 1,724.33 

Salaries piud from statutory roll 1, 200. 00 



Total allotment 20, 374. 33 

Expended as follows: 

Salaries (statutory roll): 

Shaw, Harry B,, scientific assistant 986.67 

Salaries (lump-fund roll): 

Ayrea, T. W, special Ewent (233.34 

Ballard. W. S,. scientilc assistant 805.66 

Faurot, F. W., special agent 150.00 

HaU, W. J., laborer 22.50 

Hawkins, L. A., scientific assistant 270.00 

Keyser, Val. , special f^nt 128. 00 

Miles, George F,, acientific aBaistant 700.00 

O'Gara, P. J., scientific assistant 980. 00 

Patten, J. C, artist 100.00 

Rorer, J. B., scientific aflsiBtant 900.00 

Scott, W. M., pathologist 166. 66 

Shaw, H. B., scientific assistant 126.66 

Shear, C. L., scientific assistant 2,250.00 

Steni, L. B., clerk 217.50 

Thompson, M., acientific asBiatant 464.00 

Waite, M. B., pathologist in charge 2,500.00 

Wood, Mrs. A. K., scientific assistant 708. 34 



10, 722. 5 



Total salaries 11, 709. 2 

Field work; Cooperation with experiment stations and private growers, 

inspection of experimental fields, and necessary travel 6, 904. 5 

Uisc^aneouB: Field and laboratory supplies, stationery, office fixtures, 

apparatus, etc 1,206.6 



Total expenditures 19, 820. 38 

Authority (Digest of Appropriations, pp. 429-430): * * * "to study plant and 
orchard diseases and demonstrate the treatment of same; • • • for the employ- 
ment of investigators, local and special agents, * • * clerks, illustrators, assiBt- 
ants, student or scientific aids, * * * and all other labor and assistance required 
in conducting investigations and experiments in the city of Washington and else- 
where,** * * For actual and necessary traveling expenses: * * *" misceUa- 
neouB expenses, and "for all other necessary expenses * * *." 

III. Phtsiolooicaii Invxstio&tions. 

(A) Plant breeding. 
Outline of work; AUotmeot. 

(1) Breeding hardy frost proof oranges which may be grown in more 

northern r^ons than the pi«Bent orange belt and be able to re- 
sist severe fteezes ¥1,812.64 

(2) Breeding new types of citrus fruits to obtain hybrids combining 

the loose skin of the tangerine with the quality and form of the. 
ordinary orange, and to secure improved varieties of tangerines, 
oranges, pomeloee, lemons, etc 1.074.35 

(3) Breeding new types of pineapples of improved quality, form, 

disease resistaiice, etc 1,10(L76 



196 EXPENDITURES OF DEPABTMENT OP AGRICULTURE. 

(A) Plant in-eediny— Continued. 

. Outline ol work— Coatinued. 

(4) Breeding alkali and droueht-resiBtaDt field crops, to secure varie- 
ties more redstant to alkalies and drought %&, 565. 62 

(6) Tobacco breeding, including the improvement of native varietiea 
by eeed eeiection and the production of new strains by hybridi- 
zation, the adaptation of unported varietiee to special soil and 
climatic conditions, study of the curing and fermentation of 
tobacco, and a study of lie diseaBes affecting the crop 16, 914. 13 

(6) Com breedine, the production of improved strains for the differ- 

ent geographic sections of the United States 4, 320. 00 

(7) Breeding of sweet com, includii^ its improvement for canning 

purposes and the improvement and acclimatinttiou of two 

strains for Florida, South Carolina, Maryland, and Connecticut. 1, 382. 63 

(8) Breeding and improvement of oats and wheat, to secure an in- 
, creased average net yield and improved (juality; to determine 

the best methods of breeding, and to obtain better varieties for 
distribution to farmers 3, 848. 02 

(9) Miscellaneous breeding work, including the improvement of 

Eotatoes by selection, and the production of high-yieldii^ and 
igh etarch-producing new varieties from seed; the production 
by hybridization and selection of a saccharine broom com to 
combine the properties of eorghum and broom com ; the testing 
of alkali resistance of nitrogen-hxing bacteria, to ascertain 
whether the bacteria are less resistant than their host plants, 
and if BO whether the resiBtance of the former can be increased 
by breeding; and the improvement of wild plants, to secure 
desirable strains of several of our wild species and to obtain new 
vegetables for general use, particularly a substitute for pota- 
toes :. 1,841.96 

Statutory salaries 2, 680. 00 

Total allotment 43, 540, 00 

Expended as follows; 

Salaries (statu tonr roll): 

Braden, F. C., clerk 158.33 

Davenport, L. H., clerk 1,000.00 

Gorman, J. J., clerk 4,67 

MiUer, Mrs. D. C, clerk 855.00 

Reinford, A. 8., clerk 492.33 

2,410.33 

Salaries (lump-fund roll): 

Barbour, A. H., clerk 55.00 

Bean, S. , carpenter 357. 00 

Bias, T. J., laborer -. 474.67 

Brewer, V. C, tobacco expert 750.00 

Bond, W. H., laborer 135.00 

Brown, D. P., special agent ; 600.00 

Brown, B. B., scientific assistant 1,076.67 

Burnett, L. C, special agent 550.00 

Chapman, A. H., laborer 50.00 

Churchill, V. L., special agent 50.00 

Cobey, W. W.. special agent 1,800.00 

Cuahman, A. S., collaborator 300,00 

Davis, C. W., special agent 480.00 

Bwing, F. Cj htborer 225.00 

Gamer, W. w., scientific assistant 1,200.00 

Gray, Paul, laborer 258. 00 

Hammerly, J. M., skilled laborer 262.00 

Harter, L. L. , assistant physiologist 1, 200. 00 

Hartley, C. P., physiologist 1,700.00 

Hopkins, F., watchman 140.00 

Jonea, J. W., laborer 50.00 

Kearney, T. H., physiologist 2,125.00 



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(j1) Plant breeding — Continued. 

(lump-fund roll) — Continued. 

Lyon, T.L., collaborator $2.00 

McCheaney, O. S., watdunan 72.00 

Montgomery, P. G., coUaborator 10.00 

Norton, J. B., asaietant phyeiolwiflt 1,600.00 

Oliver, G. W., expert 460.00 

Pingley, W. A., watchman 196.00 

Praecott, C. W., coUaborator 8.60 

Richardson, C. L., carpenter 63.00 

Rogers, Shober, special ageot .": 68.75 

Hountree, W. A., laborer 326.00 

Rowen, J. D.,ir., gardener 116.00 

Sarvis, J. T.. laborer 135. 00 

Shamel, A. D,, physiologist 1,666.66 

Shantz, H. L.,^ecial agent 50. 00 

Scherffiue, W. H., tobacco espert 1,894.45 

Stewart, J. B., tobacco expert 950.00 

Stiaughan, M. N., special agent 450.00 

Summers, J. C, laborer 50.00 

Swesey, A. C, laborer 37.96 

Ullrich, Fritz, laborer 50. 00 

Webber H. J., phyeiologist in charge 1, 145. 00 

Wood, H. S., painter .' 35.00 

Wood, J. A., laborer 35.00 

Wolf, Frank, special agent 720. 00 

Zumwalt, Fiank, laborer 362. 08 

824,330.57 

Total salaries 26,740.90 

Field work: Cooperation with experiment stations and private growers, 
inspectionof experimental fields, and neceaeary travel 13,268.76 

MiscellaneouB: Field and laboratory supplies, stationery, office fixtures, 
apparatus, etc 3, 307. 02 

Total expenditures , 43, 316. 68 

Authority (Digest of Appropriations, pp. 429-430): * • • " fo study plant physi- 
ology in relation to crop production; to originate and improve crops by breeding aad 
selection; * • • to investigate the practical application in agncultuie of the fixa- 
tion of atmospheric nitrogen by bacteria and other microorganiHins in Boils and the 
root tubercles of leguminous and other plants; * * * to propagate, teat, and ex- 
periment with rare new seeds, bulbs, trees, shrubB, vines, cuttings, and plants; for 
the employment of investigators, local and special agents^ agricultural explorers, 
experts, clerks, Olustrators, assistants, student and scientific aids, * * ^ and 
all other labor and scientific assistance required in conductir^ investigations and 
experiments in the city of Washington aiid elsewhere. • * » For .actual and nec- 
essary travelii^ expenses" * * • miscellaneous expenses and "foraU other nec- 
wsary expenses * * *." 

(B) Planl I'^e hutory inveitigatiom. 

Outline of work: 

(1) Establishment of date culture and study of the life history of the 

date palm: To bring about the establi^unent of date culture 
on a commercial seme in the United States; particularly to in- 
vestigate the life history of the date palm in reference to the 
different varieties and methods of culture best adapted to 
American conditions $2, 000. 00 

(2) Invest^tion of crops suited to arid and semiarid regions : To as- 

certain the drought resistance of the principal ciop plants 

adapted to dry-land culture 1,000.00 

(3) Caprincation of the 6g and study of the life history of figs and 

caprifigs: To continue the inveetigarion of the process of 
caprification and to study in detail the life history ot fl^ used 
for dryii^, and the caprifigs in which the fig insect is pro- 
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(B) Plant life hittory invettigationa — Continued. 

Outline of work — Coatinued. AUotmoit. 

(4) Clover and alfalfa investigationB — seed production and change 

of aeed: To investigate the life history of clover and alfal^i, 
with special reiference to climatic, soil, and cultural condition, 
requirements of the various varieties, and at the sanie timo to 
determiiie whether change of seed is beneficial; and if so. 
whether it can be carried out to advantage in practice $4,000.00 

(5) Establishment of pistaclie culture, and study of the life history 

of the pifltache and its wild relatives 500. 00 

(6) Arboricuiturai inveatigations, with special reference to the 

utilization of tree crops in dry-land regions, and to investigate 
the life history of fruit, nut, and forage trees likely to succeed 
in the drier parts of the Southwest 3, 000. 00 

(7) Miscellaneous life history investigations, including a study of 

truffle culture and a study of the life history of the truffle 
fungus and truffle oaks: To bring about the establishment of 
truffle euJture on a commercial basis in the United States; an 
investigation of the application of electricty to plant culture, 
to determine by field testa whether electricity can be applied 
with advantage in truck farming; an investigation of the 
stimulation treatment of crops, to discover the causes of 
increased yields of plants aprAyea with Bordeaux mixture and 
of cereals treated to jo^vent smut; and a study of the life 
history of citrus fruits, with special reference to hardy and 
extra-early sorts, and tne growing of hardy stocks on which to 

graft them 1, 700. 00 

Statutory salaries 1,200.00 

Total aUotment 14,506.00 

Expended ae follows: 

Salariee (statutory roll): 

FerraU, J. A.,clerk 1,000.00 

Salaries (lurop-fund roll): 

Brand, C. J., assistant physioI<^t $1,650.00 

Damwon, AUen D., laborer 420.00 

Drummond, B., special agent 180.00 

Eckerson, T. F.,aaBistant 132.50 

FerraU, J. A., clerk 96.67 

Greenbaum, L. , clerk 36. 67 

Hudson, B. W., special £«ent 120.00 

Keese, S. L., assiBtant 487.50 

Lutman, B. F., special agent 22.00 

Mason, S. C, arboriculturist 1,170.84 

McQuinn, H. L., clerk 375.00 

Mead, D. V., out of service 83.33 

Savage, F. M., special agent 106.50 

Smith, LeroyM., laboratory aid \ 220.00 

Smith, W. A., c^enter 101.50 

Swingle, W. T., physiol(«iBt in charge 2,750.00 

■ 7,962.61 

Total salaries 8,952.51 

Field work: Cooperation with experiment stations and private growers, 

inspection of experimental fields, and necessary travel 2, 448. 50 

Miscellaneous: Field and laboratory supplies, stationery, office fixtures, 

apparatus, etc 2, 905, 00 

Total expenditures '. 14, 306.01 

Authority (Digest of Appropriations, pp. 429-430): • * * "To inveeti^te 
fruits, fruit trees, grain, cotton, tobacco, v^etables, grasses, forage, drug, medicinal, 

Eoisonous, fiber, and other plants and phuit industries, in cooperation with oth^ 
ranches of the Department, the State experiment stations, and practical farmers: 
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EXPENDITURES OP DEPABTMENT OF AGRICULfUBE. 199 

imprc^e crope by breeding and selection; • • " to carry on special inveetiga- 
tioDB td the conditions of grain production • * • and the means of improvii^ flie 
same; * * * to collect, purchase, propagate, test, and experiment with rare neir 
seeds, bulbs, trees, shrubs, vines, cutting, and plante; for the employment of in- 
vestigators, local and special agents, agricultural explwers, experts, clerks, iilue- 
trators, asBistants, student and scientific aids, * * < and all other labor and 
scientific assistance required in conducting investigations and experiments in the 
city of Washington and elsewhere; * * * tor actual and necessary traveling 
expenses;" • * • miscellaneous expenses, "and lor all other necessary ex- 
penses • • ■ ," 

(C) Soil baeteriology and water purifiealion. 
Outline of worlc: Allotment, 

(1) Experiments with nitrogen-fixing bacteria. The work con- 

sists of the distribution of pure liquid cultures of nitrogen- 
fixing bacteria for inoculatmg leguminous plants, and the 
study of the conditions under which the nodule-forming 
bacteria are unable to form nodules, and the breeding of soil 
bacteria of more virile types $9,336.00 

(2) Water purification investigations. This includes demonstration 

work on the copper treatment to eradicate algte from water 
supplies; a study of the eSect of copper in the purification of 
oyster beds; the effect of copper upon fish and fish eg^, in 
cooperation with the Fish Commission; the use of copper in 
disinfecting water supplies; the copper treatment of sewage 

in connection with the problem of sewage disposal 4, 500. 00 

Statutorv salaries 2, 100. 00 

Total allotment 15, 936. 00 

Expended as follows: 
Salariee (statutory roll): 

Maxwell, G. R., laborer $900.00 

Woolverton, Pearl, clerk 1, J66. 66 

. 2,066.66 

Salaries (lump^fund roll): 

Beckwitb, T. D,, scientific assistant 1,200.00 

Fawcett, Ednafl-. scientific asaistant 960.00 

GoL, F. L., special agent 1,100.00 

Hibbard, R. P., scientific assistant 825.00 

Hoover, C. P., special agent... .-... 500.00 

Jones, 3. W., laborer 390.00 

KellermaD, K. F., physiologist 1,800.00 

Kellerman, W. A., coUaborator 75.00 

Kimberly, A. E., collaboiator 77.00 

Leonatd, L. T., laboratory aid 840.00 

Meadows, J. O., special agent ; 600.00 

Robinson, T. R., assistant phyaiologist 1,400.00 

Rowen, J. D., jr., gardener 75.0t 

9,842.00 

Total salaries 11,908.66 

Fieldwork: Cooperation with experiment stations, municipalitiei 
others, inspection and experiments with contaminated water su]., . . , 

and necessary travel 2, 502. 67 

Hiscellaneous: F^eld and labco^tory supplies, stationery and office fix- 
tures, apparatus, etc 1,327.63 

Total expenditures 15, 738. 96 

Authority(I>igestof Appropriations, p. 430): • * • "Tostudj; plant physioloffy 
in re^tion to crop production; * * * to investigate the practical application in 
agriculture of the fixation of atmospheric nitrt^n by bacteria and other micro-organ- 
isms in soils and in the root tubercles of l^uminous and other plants; to study and 
find methods for preventing algal and other contaminations of water supplies; « • • 
fortheemployment of investigators, localandspecialagenis, " • * clerks, * * • 



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* * and all other labor and scieatitic asajstance required in conductiiw 

inveetigations and experimenta in the city of Waehington and elsewhere; • ■ * 
tor ictual and necessary traveling expenses;" * * * miscellaneoue expensea 
* ■* * "and for all other necessary expenses • • • ," 

(D) Bionomie inveiligaticym of tropieat and tubtropieal planU. 

Outline of work: AUotmoit. 

(1) Weevil-reeistant cotton investigations, to secure varieties re- 
eistant to the boll weevil. ([See also under appropriation for 

' ' Cotton boll weevil investigationB.") f666. 00 

(2) South Texas acclimatization investigations: To ascertain the 

tropical and subtropical capabilities of south Texas and to ac' 

climatize tropical varieties of com, cotton, beana, etc 1,333.00 

(3) Coffee investigations; To determine methods of culture best 

adapted to our tropical islands 950.00 

(4) Rubber investigations: To ascertain the conditions, cultural 

methods, and agricultural possibilities of rubber culture and 

how to improve the quality of the product 1, 450. 25 

(5) Tropical com investigations; To secure varieties adapted to our 

tropical territory and to the subtropical Gulf r^ons and the 

arid West, where com is not grown or is a precarious crop 1,032.60 

(6) Cacao investigations: To determine the botanical sources of com- 

mercial cacao and the adaptability of its culture to drier and 
, more healthful regions, ae in PortoKico, Hawaii, and the Phil- 
ippines 992. 00 

(7) Banana investigations: To determine the essential factors for the 

commercial production of bananas and the moat desirable 
BpA^iesfor cultivation in our own territory, includii^ the United 
States proper 992.00 

(8) Bionomie studies of agricultural plants indigenous in tropical 

America: To ascertain the varietal specializations which exist 

in cultivated tropical plants, such as beana, potatoes, etc * 784.00 

Total allotment 8, 099. 00 

Expended as follows: 
Salaries pump-fund roll) : 

Collins. G. N., assistant botanist (1,350,00 

Cook, O. F., bionomist in charge 2,177.08 

Lewt»n, F. L., scientific assistant , 1,066.66 

Razall, J. J. , expert 440. 00 

— 5,033.74 

Fidd work: Cooperation with experiment stations and private growers, 

inspection of experimental plantings, necessary travel, etc 2,126.92 

Hiacellaneoua: Field and laboratory supplies, stationery and ofhce fix- 
tures, apparatus, etc 746.49 

Total expenditures 7, 907. 16 

Authority (Digest of Appropriations, p. 429-430): "To investigate fruits, fruit 
trees, grain, cotton, tobacco, vegetables, grasses, forage, drug, medicinal, poisonous, 
fiber, and other plants and plant induetnes, in cooperation with other branches of 
the Department, the State experiment stations, and practical farmers; to study plant 
and orchard diseases; to study plant physiology in relation to crop production; to 
originate and improve crops by bree<ung and selection; * • * to collect, pur- 
chase, propagate, test, ana experiment with rare new seeds, bulbs, trees, shruhB. 
vines, cuttings, and plants; for the employment of investigators, local and special 
agents, agricultural exploiere, experts, clerks, illustrators, assistants, student and 
scientific aids, -* * * and all other labor and scientific assistance required in 
conducting invest^tions and experiments in the city of Washington and elsewhere. 
• * * For actual and necessary traveling expenses;" • * • miscellaneouB 
expenses, • • • "and for all other necessary expenses * • * . " 



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(J5) Drug and poitonous plant ajid tea culture mve»tigatiimt. 

Outline of work: 

Drug planta: Allotmfent. 

(1) Morphine production from poppy capaulea, to aacertain the 

practicability of obtaimng morphine from the dried 

capflu le walls $2, 503. 36 

(2) Camphor cultivation and utilization, to ascertain the piac- 

ticability of growing camphor commercially in this 

country 2, 590. 67 

(3) Lemon curing investigations, to ascertain the cause of the 

poor keeping qualities of American lemons and to remove 

It 1,660.00 

(4) American hop investigations, to ascertain to what extent 

the good and bad qualities of American hops are due to 

methods of growing, curii^, etc 3,025.00 

(5) Drugplant tests at Washii^ton, to ascertain the best methods 

of nandling foreign and domestic drug plants 2,467.00 

(6) Burlii^ton, Vt., Drug Testing Garden 1,402.66 

(71 Pierce, Tex., Drw; Testing Garden 46.66 

(8) Ebeoezer, 8. C, Drug TestingJGarden 1,664.66 

Poisonous plants: '^•l ^ ^^^ 

(1) Investigation of tfaefLoco weed^diseaee, in field and labora- 

tory. Feeding experiments on ran^ and in corrals 7,365.00 

(2) Mistletoe invest^tions, to ascertain the physiological 

properties of mistletoe with reference to its poisonous 

action and possible value as a remedy in stock poisoning.. 1,039.00 

(3) Investigation of the poisonous action of death camas, and 

the beat methods of overcoming it 1,039.00 

(4) Investigation of the poisonous action of mountain laurel, 

and means of overcoming it 1,039.00 

Tea culture: 

(1) Investigation of the aromatic constituents of tea, to determine 

their sources by chemical laboratory studies 850. 00 

(2) Summerville.S.C., tea gardens -: 1,490.00 

(3) Rantoules tea project, at Tea, S. C, to demonstrate the 

possibility of growiiw tea commercially on the rice lands 

of South Carolina 1,786.00 

(4) Pierce, Tex., tea gardens 3, 119. 00 

Statutory salaries 4, 410. 83 

Total allotmeni 37,487.83 

Expended as follows: 

Salaries (statutory rolD: 

Benner, H. A., clerk $1,400 00 

Henkel, AUce, clerk 1,600.00 

Hicks, ElvaE., clerk 1,200.00 

KeUy, J. W., skilled lalwrer ' 210 83 

4,410.83 

Salaries (lump- fund roll); 

Bryant, Eraest, unskilled laborer 420. 00 

Qark.F.W,, special agent 1,000.00 

Clark, W. R., unskilled laborer 15.00 

ClawBon, A. B.. expert in poisonous plant investigations. 115. 00 

Crawford, A. C, pharmacologist 1,800.00 

Dixon, W. D., teamster 200.00 

Ellis, Frank, unskilled laborer 40. 00 

Gadsden, E. H,, collaborator 116.67 

Hardenstein, F. P., skilled laborer 191.67 

Hood, S. C, scientific assistant 860.00 

Kelly, J. W., skilled laborer 408.33 

Elugh, G. F., scientific aadstant 1,100.00 

Kremers, Edward, expert (3 months) 609.00 

Marcey, Calvin, laborer 200.00 

Marsh, C. D., expert 1,800.00 



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(E) Drug and poiionous plant and tea culture muMfi^altOTW— Continued. 

Saiaries (lump-fund roll) — Continued. 

Marsh, H., spedal field agent in poisonous plant inveeti- 

gatione $94. 00 

Mitchell, G. F., scientific aseistant 1,083.33 

Pershing, Henry, laborer 475. 00 

Rabak, Frank, expert 930. 00 

Richtmann, W. 0., expert 1,125.00 

Snellings, C. B., laboratory aaaiatant 760.00 

Stockberger, W. W., expert 1,600.00 

Sturtevant, L. B., expert 100.00 

True, R. H., physiolc^st in charge 2,760.00 

Turner, M. L., laboratory helper 406,00 

Young, T. B. , scientific assistant 1, 083. 33 

$19,272.33 

Total salaries. - 23, 683. 16 

Field work: Cooperation with experiment stations and private growers, 

inspection of experimental plantii^, necessMy travel, etc 7, 024. 99 

MiBCellaneous: Fieldandlaboratorysupplies, apparatus, machinery, etc.. 6,625.20 

Total expenditures 37, 333. 35 

JAuthority (Digest of Appropriations, p. 429-430): "To investigate • • • drug, 
medicinal, poisonous, * * * and Other plants and plant industries, in coopera- 
tion with other branches of the Department, the State experiment stations, and 
practical farmers; * * * to study, plant physiology in relation to crop produc- 
tion; * * * to investiga,te and report on the cost of makii^ tea and the beet 
methods of cultivatlngand preparii^ the same for market; * • • to collect, pur- 
chase, propagate, test, and experiment with rare new seeds, bulbs, trees, shrubs, 
vines, cuttings, and plants; for the employment of investigators, local and special 
agents, agricultural enilorers, experts, clerks, illustrators, assistants, student or 
scientific aids, * * * and all other labor and scientific assistance required in 
conducting invest^tions and experiments in the city ot Washington and else 
where. * * * For actual and necessary traveling expenses;" • • • miscel- 
laneous expenses, » * • 'and for all other n " • • ■ 



(F) Phyiica' labcrratory. 
Outline of work: Anotmant. 

(1) Physical investigation. In connection with the laboratory work 

conducted by the various branches of the Bureau it has been 
found necesHiry to have accurate physical measurements of var- 
rious conditions determined, tor which purpose the physical 
hiboratory was established $8, 000.00 

(2) Cooperation with plant breeding investigations. In the work of 

breeding alkali and drought resistant plants the physical labora~ 
tory is developing apparatus and assisCii^ in makii^ exact 
measurements of the alkali and water existing in various 
soils, in order to determine the relation of concentration of alkali 
salts to plant growth and the exact limits of drought resistance. . 2, 000. 00 

(3) Electrical invest^tions. At the Arlington farm on the study ot 

electrical currents in relation to their effect upon the growth of 

plants 600. 00 

(4) Investigations of moisture content of grains develc^iug appa- 

ratus for the more rapid determinsition of the moisture con- 
tent otgraic in cars for use of grain inspectors 500.00 

(5) Cooperation with dry land agriculture investigations, for the pur- 

E»e of developing apparatus for use in experiments in dry 
nd agriculture 1, 680. 00 

Statutory salaries 327. 00 

Total allotment 12, 907. 00 



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EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 203 

(F) Phynad laboratory — Continued. 
Expended eis follows: 
Stilaries (statutory roll): 

Winkler, J. H., mesBenger boy $327. 00 

SftlaiieB (lump fund roll): 

Belz, J. 0., aaaiatant $1,441.67 

Briggs, L. J., phj^cist in charge 2,500.00 

McLane, J. W., aBsislant , 1, 000. 00 

Neilson, C. W. C, cabinetmaker 129.50 

Pearce, Julia, laboratory aesiatant ^ 1,186.67 

Seifrii. Wm., laboratory apprentice 21. 00 

Wheeler, B. C, mechanician 916.67 

7,195.61 

Total Balaries 7,522.51 

Field work: Cooperative work in the field, inspection of experimental 

plantings, testing of apparatus, and neces«iry travel 1,369.05 

Miscellaneous: Laboratory and office supplies, flxturea and apparatus, 

machinery, etc 3,537.93 

Total expenditures 12,429.49 

Authority (Digest of Appropriations, pp. 429-430); "To investigate fruiM, fruit 
trees, grain, cotton, tobacco, vegetables, grasaea, forage, drug, medicinal, poisonous, 
fiber, and other plants and plant industries, in cooperation wiUi other branches of the 
Department, the State experiment stations, and practical farmers; • * * to study 
plait physiology in relation to crop production; • • • to investigate and encouT- 
age the adoption of improved melhodsof farm managementand farm practice; • * • 
to cany on special investigarions of the conditions of grain production, handling, 
grading, and transit; * * * for the employment of investigators, local and special 
agents. • * • eiperts. clerks, • * • assistants, * • • mechanics, and 
all other labor and scientific assistance required for conducting investigations and 
experiments in the city of Washington and elsewhere. • • • For actual and 
neceasary traveling expenses; for telegraph and telephone service; for gas and electric 
current; * • * tor the purchase of chemicals, materials, office, field, and labora- 
tray supplies; * • • office fixturea, fuel apparatus, machinery, tools, and other 
implements, and repairs to same; *- -* * and for all other necessary expenses 

IV, Taxonomic Investioations, 

(A) SysUmaUc botany and econcmic collection*. 

' utline of work: AUotment. 

(1) Investigation of plants used by the American aborigines; plants, 
with information as to names and uses by the Indians are 
secured, identified and data recorded $2,800.00 

r2> Preparation of an authoritative manual of the flora of Alaska 1, 742. 00 

(3) HerDarium of cultivated phints; collection, identification, and 

preservation in permanent form of cultivated and economic 

plants 2, 872. 00 

(4) Preparation of a manual of American grasses, containing authentic 

information r^arding the same 7,400.00 

(5) Collating and editing notes of Dr. Edward Palmer on economic 

plants, containing accurate information as to the identity, dis- 
tribution, and general characters of the Mexican plants studied 
in tie field by Doctor Palmer 2,872.00 

(6) Preparation of a catalogue of the literature of botany in the various 

Government libraries in Washington 301. 67 

(7) A study of the lichens of California, being a systematic study of 

thelichen flora of the Santa Rosa Mountains 723.00 

Statutory salaries 8, 620. 00 

Total allotment 27, 330. 00 



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{A) Syslematic botany and econamie coiiecftoJW-^Oontinued. 
Expended aa followa: 

Salftriea (etatuUiry roll): 

Atwood, Alice G., clerk $966.67 

Chase, Apiee. artist 840.00 

Dianey, R. H., watchman 600.00 

Fmile, Manuel, eatdener ■, 720. 00 

Hungeriord, H. P., messenger 640.00 

JohnBton, GertrudeM., clerk 786.67 

McClure, Mary M., clerk 1,370.84 

Scanlon, Patrick, fireman 720. 00 

Tidestrom, Ivar, scientific asaifltant 416. 66 

Warner, MWjorieF., clerk 1,200.00 

$8,261.67 

Salariee Qump-fund roll): 

Coville, P. v., botanist in chaige 3,000.00 

Dewey, L. H., botanist ■. 1,250.00 

Hebron, Ida, charwoman 480.00 

Hitchcock, A, S., agrostologist 2,500.00 

Jamieson, Annie, charwomBu 480.00 

Johnson, Marie, charwoman ■ 480.00 

Mills, W. H„ laborer 30.00 

Pierce, J. F., messenger 450.67 

Ricker, P. L., scientific assistant 1,300.00 



Safford, W. E., assistant curator.. 

Tibbett, Allen, skilled laborer 315. 00 

Tidestrom, Ivar, scientific aasiatant 683. 34 

Wight, W. F., assistant botanist 1,683.33 

14,235.67 

Total salaries 22, 497. 34 

Field work: Collection of plants and inspection of experimental plant- 
ings in the field, and necessary travel 2,347.21 

Miscellaneoua: Office and laboratory supplies and miscellaneous ex- 
penses 2, 097. 60 

Total expenditures ; 26, 942. 05 

Autbority{DiKestof Appropriations, pp. 429-430): "To investigate fruits, fruit treea, 
grain, cotton, tobacco, vegetables, grassee, for^e, dn^, medicinal, poisonous, fiber, 
and other plants and plant mdustriee, in cooperation witn other branches of the Depart- 
ment, the State experiment stations, and practical fanners; * * * to collect, 
purchase, propagate, test, and experiment with rare new seeds, bulbs, trees, shrubs, 
vines, cuttings, and plants; for tne employment of investigators, locd and special 
^ents. agricultural explorers, experts, clerks, Ulustrators, assistants, student and sci- 
entific atds, * * * and all other labor and scientific assistance required in con- 
ducting investigations and experiments in the cit^ of Washington and elsewhere. 
* * * For collating, mapping, illustratit^, digesting, printii^, reporting, publish- 
ing, and disseminating information on the results of these investigations ana experi- 
ments. * * * For actual and necessary travelii^ expenses; * • • miscella- 
neous expenses, • • * and tor all other necessary expenses * • *." 

(B) Fiber plant invmtigatiom. 
Outline of work: Allotment, 

(1) Hemp investigations, to increase its production in the United 

States by the introduction and development of improved 

varieties tWO. 00 

(2) Flax invest^ations, to secure as full information as possible re- 

garding methods now used in growing flax and preparing the 

liber 800.00 

(3) Ramie investigations, to ascertain whether this plant is a 

profitableone for farmers of the South 1, 000. 00 

(4) Zapupe investigations, to determine whether it is desirable to 

introduce this fiber pdant into Porto Rico, Hawaii, or southern 

California 1, 100. 00 

(5) Classification of cotton varieties 1, 200. 00 

Statutory salaries 1, 580. 00 

Total allotment 6,680.00 



EXPENDIXUHES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTUBE. 205 

(£) F^er pUmt inveatigaliont — Continued. 
Expended as follows: 
Salaries (statutory roll): 

Grant, C. V,, clerk 11,200.00 

Johnston, G. M. , clerk 180. OO 

Tyler, F. J., clerk 200.00 

$1,580.00 

Salaries (lump-Iund roll): 

Dewey, L. H., botaniBt in chsuxe 1,250.00 

Goodloe, Lucille, laboratory aid 288.34 

Tyler, F. J., aasistant botanist 1,000.00 

2,638.34 

Total salaries 4, 118. 34 

Field work: Cooperation with experiment stations and practical farmers, 
CoUection of plants, inspection of experimental plantings, and neces- 
aary travel 745. 01 

Mibcellaueous: Office and laboratory supplies and apparatus, miscella- 



Total expenditures 5, 704. 88 

Authority (Digest of Appropriations, p. 429-430): "To investigate * * •_ fiber, 
and other plants and plant industries, * ^ * for the employment of investigatois, 
k* * * and all other labor and scientific assistance requirea for conducting inves- 
tigations and experiments in the city ot Washington and elsewhere. • • • For 
a^ualand neceBsary traveling expenses," • * * miscellaneous expenses, * * • 
"and for all other necessary expenses * * *." 

V. AoBONOMic Investioations. 

(A) Farmmimagement. 
Outline of work: Allotment. 

(1) Farm management districts, of which seven have been oi^an- 

ized, the following types of invest^tion being conducted: 
Determination of tne types of fanning prevailing in each dis- 
trict, the types giving tne best results, and the relation of the 
various types to local conditions of soil, climate, markets, 
labor, etc.; cropping systems in v(«ue on ditlerent farms of 
the same and of different types; the relation of individual 
crops to local conditions; methods used in the production 
and utilization of individual crops; dates when crops may be 
planted and when they are available for use for different pur- 
poses when planted at a particular time; a detailed study of 
the system of management on particular farms on which im- 

Esrtant problems have been solved. Districts: No. 1. North 
arolina. South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida; No. 2. Ala- 
bama, Mississippi, and Tennessee; No. 3. Louisiana, Arkan- 
sas, and Missouri; No. 4, Texas; No. 5. New York and the 
New England States; No, 6, Oregon, Washington, and Idaho; 
No. 7. Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, and eastern Colorado . . . 112, 834. 15 

(2) Cactus investigations, to determine the value of the prickly pear 

and other species as a stock teed 1,960.00 

(3) Eange investigations, to determine the beet methods of range 

management, carrying capacity of rangee, etc 3,376.00 

(4) Crop problems, including the study oi farm practice in the culti- 

vation of potatoes, in tne production of small grains, com, and 
hay; the diversification of crops on rice lands; farm practice 
with peas, beans, cowpeas, soy beans, soMihuras, miUets. etc.; 
forage crops for the GiiU coast region; caasava varieties; the ex- 
termination of weeds; winter cover crops tor the South; soiling 
systems, silage practice, etc 6, 442. 66 

(5) Study of farm practice on stock farms, including the production 

of forage for beef cattle, sheep.|and hogs 1,827.60 

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206 EXPENDITURES OP DEPARTMENT OP AGBICULTUBE. 

(A) Farm, management — Continued. 

Outline of work — Continued. Allotment. 

(6) Soil problems, including methods of maintaining fertility, the re- 

lation of types of farming to fertility, etudy of methods of til- 
lage, and the relation of soil types to crops, tillage, fertilizers, 
etc J3,185.36 

(7) Study of the business side of fanning, includii^ a detailed study 

of business methods on successful farms, forms for keeping farm 

accounts and farm records, et« 1,516.67 

(8) Agricultural surveys, to determine crops best adapted to different 

sections, methods of marketing, types of farmii^. etc 1,350.00 

Statutory salaries " 11, 280. 00 

ToUl allotment , 43, 77L 33 

Expended an follows: 

Balaries (statutory roll): 

B^lev, Minnie H., clerk $937. SI 

BaQ, W. A., clerk 1,366.67 

Barber, Ellis E., messenger 395.00 

Church, Lillian, clerk 583.33 

Lee. W. C, clerk 736.67 

McDonnell, Emily E., clerk •. 1,200.00 

Buark, A. A., photc«rapher 900.00 

Tyler, Clara H., clerk 800.00 

Wasner, W. H., clerk 137.50 

7,056.68 

Balaries (lump-fund roll): 

Allen, Rudolph, collaborator 166. 67 

Allison, F. G., special agent 152.50 

Barber, Ellis E., clerk 100.00 

Carrier, Lyman, assistant agriculturist 823.33 

Cates, J. S., scientific assistant 250.00 

Cotton, J. S., scientific assistant 1,387.50 

Doane, D. H., special agent 145.11 

Dodge, L. G., assistant agriculturist 740.00 

Drake, J. A., assistant agriculturist 948. 89 

Duggan, J. F., special aeeiA 25.00 

Eaat«rhrook, H., speciftlagent 283.33 

Forbes, E. H., collaborator 300.00 

Froley, J. W., expert assistant 239.99 

Gay, Juanila, special a^nt 30. 00 

Gannan, Harrison, special agent 428.00 

Griffiths, David, assistant agriculturist 2,000.00 

Hammell, S. K. , unskilled laborer 20. 00 

Hare. R. F., special t^nt 400.00 

Hechler, C. H., special agent 630.00 

Heller, C. 8., scientific assistant 49.33 

Herii^, Edward, special agent 106. 67 

Hoke, C. A., special agent 41.67 

Hunter, Byron, assistant agriculturist 1,400.00 

Iddinm, E. J., special agent 108.33 

King,!". G., special agent 210. 00 

McCleary, W. B.. fence rider 300. 00 

McClelland, 0. K., assistant agriculturist 300.00 

McClure, H. B., scientific assiatant 791.67 

Miller, H. A., assifltant agriculturist 1,050.00 

Oakley, R. A., assistant agriculturist 216.67 

Peck, W. A., scientific assistant 750.00 

Quinn, C. E., scientific assiatant 853.33 

Richardson, F. E., special agent 200.00 

Sinclair, W illiam , special agent 136.00 

Skippon, C. D., messenger boy 270.00 

Smith, A. J., painter 35.00 

Smith, C. B., sdentiflc aadstant 500.00 

Smith, Marie C, charwoman 480.00 

Sp ill m An , W. J., E^culturiat in Charge 2, 750. 00~ ,-.,-, jjl,-. 



iaXPBNDITUBES OF DEPABTMENT OF AGEICULTUBE. 207 

(A) Farm management — Continued. 

Salaries (lump-fund roll)— Continued. 

Thompson, H. C, laboratory aid $270.83 

Warren, J. A., aeaiatant agriculturist 800.00 

Wooten, E. O., collaborator 25.00 

$20,693.82 

Tottil ealaries 27,760.60 

Field work: Cooperation with experiment stations and practical farmers, 

ioBMction of experimental fields, and uecesBary travel, etc; 13,675.15 

Hiscellaneoue: Office and laboratory suppliea, fixtures, apparatus, and 

miscellaneoui espensefl 1,726.90 

Total expenditures 43, 152.5S 

Authority (D^est of Appropriations, pp. 429-430); "To investigate fruits, fruit 
trees, grain, cotton, tobacco, vegetables, Brasses, fon^, ■• * * and other plants 
and plant industries, in cooperation witb other branches of the Department, the 
State experiment stations, and practical farmers; * * * to study plant physiol^y 
in relation to crop production; * * * to investigate and encourage the adoption 
of Lqipraved methods of farm mana^ment and fura practice; to mvestigate the 
feeding value of farm, crops and the use of fertilizers; * • * for the employment 
of investigators, local and special agents, * * * experts, clerks, ilfiiatratore, 
aseiBtants^ * * * and all other labor and scientific assistance required in con- 
ducting mvest^tions and experiments in the city of Washineton and elsewhere; 
• • * tor actual and necessary travelii^ expenses," * * • miscellaneous 
expenses, • • • "and for all other neceeaary expenses • " *." 

(B) Grain iniieatigatiom. 

Outline of work: . Allotment. 

(1) Investigation of grain nista and smuts $2, 820. 00 

(2) Improvement of winter grains for the South, including adapta- 

tion experiments with different winter grains, chiefly in 

Tennessee 1, 675, 00 

(3) Grain experiments in the Panhandle of Texas, includit^ adapta- 

tion experiments with drought resistant grains, principally at 

Amarilfo. . . 1 1, 880. 00 

(4) Investigation of sorghum varieties, and their adaptations, in 

Texas, Kansas, and California, to determine and describe the 

varieties of domestic and imported sorghums 2, 740. 00 

(5) Improvement of barley for the Northwest, adaptation and selec- 

tion work to secure better yielding varieties of better quality 
than those now in use; worlc is conducted in cooperation with 
the State experiment stations of NorOi Dakota. South Dakota, 
Minnesota, and Wisconsin 3, 290. 00 

{6) Improvement of oats in the Northwest, adaptation and breeding 
work in Wisconsin. North Dakota, South Dakota, Kansas, 
Nebraska, and Iowa, to secure better yielding varieties and of 
better quality than those now in use 3, 885. UU 

(71 Introduction of winter barley in the North j. 1, 140. 00 

(8) Introduction of emmer, a crop of value as stock feed, adapted to 

semiarid regions 822. 50 

(9) Introduction of Russian proso (millet) in semiarid districts 822.50 

(10) A study of all rice varieties, includii^ experiments with fertili- 
zers, methods of cultivation, etc., in cooperation with the 
Louisiana Experiment Station 1,670.00 

(11) Experiments with durum wheat, with a view to growing pure 

types of the best varieties 4, 070. 00 

(12) Wheat breeding, to develop varieties having better yield, rust 

resistance, eariineea, etc 1, 150. 00 

(13) Winter wheat extension, throi^h the developmeiit of hardier 

varieties of the introduction m the same 1,140.00 

(14) Wheat irnprovement in Caliioroia, in cooperation with the Cali- 

fornia Experiment Station 1, 040. 00 

(15) Improvement of hard spring wheat in the Northwest, by breed- 

ing work conducted in fcUnnesota and North Dakota 680. 00 



208 EXPENDITURES OF DEPAHTMENT OP AGMCULTtlRB. 

(B) Orain nvettigations — Continued. 

Outline of work — Continued. Auotn^t. 

(16) A atudy of the proteids of wheat, to secure more accurate knowl- 

edge of the nature of whe&t gluten and the milling and baking 

quahties of different wheata 12,865.00 

(17) A study of the effect of environment on the quality of wheat 

and other grains, in cooperation with the Bureau of Chomietry 410. 00 

Statutory salaries 2, 300. 00 

Total allotment ; 34, 300. 00 

Expended as follows: 
Salaries {statutory roU): H 

Austin, Ella M. , clerk $900r00 

Kinney, Anna H. B., clerk 1,400.00 

Salaries (tump fund roll): — 3, 300.00 

Alexander, C. L., special agent 600.00 

Averj', Lbyd, laborer 90. 42 

Ball, C. R., pathol(^t 1, 800. 00 

Balz, Sylvester, special agent 210.00 

Baldwin, R. M^ meesei^er 68. 33 

Blanchard, H. F., scientific aesiBtant 1,100.00 

Bull, C. P., special agent 200.00 

Carleton, M. A., cerealist in charge 2,750.00 

Carlyle, Alex., scientific assistant 900.00 

Chamberlain, J. S., chemist 1, 716.67 

Churchill, 0. 0., special agent 600.00 

Cole, J. S.. collaborator 300. 00 

Colliver, A. D., special ^nt 300.00 

Con", V. L.. scientific assistant 900.00 

Dodson, J. B,, special agent 300.00 

Elliiw, O. H-, collaborator 10.00 

Fits, L. A., scientific assistant 300.00 

Freeman, E. M., pathologist 1,900.00 

HoUand, B. B,, unskilled laborer 45.00 

Houghton, H. W., scientific asaiatant 458.33 

Jardme. W. M., agronomist in chaige J 833.34 

Kolck, Rachel M., clerk 693.00 

Leidigh, A. H., scientific assistant 1,258.33 

McQueen, L., clerk 292.50 

Miller, H. O., asaietant ttgriculturist 300.00 

Mooers, C. A., special agent 800.00 

Morrison, G. W., clerk 5. 56 

Ney, H. B., scientific aseistant 600.00 

Poet, Arthur, unskilled laborer 16. 33 

Eeed, L. L. , laborer 157. 50 

Sfthnon, Cecil, special agent 300.00 

Scott, J. T., special agent 540.00 

Shaw, G. W., coUaborator 200.00 

Shepperd. J. H., collaborator 300.00 

Snyder, W. P., coUaboistor 12.00 

Stabler, A. L., collaborator 200.00 

Stone, A. L., special agent 660. 00 

Thompson, O. A., scientific assistant 900.00 

Townaend, K. H., messenger boy 213.33 

Umbeiger, H. J. C, scientific assistant 800.00 

Warburton, C. W., assistant agronomist 533. 34 

Willard, J. T., collaborator 12.00 

Wilson, A. D., special agent 400.00 

Worthen, G. d, clerk 166.00 

2*. 745. 88 

Total salaries 27,045."9a 

Field work: Cooperation with experiment stations and practical farmers, 
experimental j)lantings and inspection of same, necessary travel, etc . . , 6, 839. 37 

Miscellaneous: Office, field, and laboratory supplies, fixtures, and appa- 
ratus, and miscellaneous expenses 1, 186. 66 

Total expenditures 34, 072. 01 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, 209 

(B) Grain inve»ligations~ Contiaaed. 

Authority (Digest of Approprifttione, pp. 429-430): "To investigate * * • grain, 
* • * grasses, ioraee, » * * and other plants and plant industries, in coopera- 
tion with other brancfiee of the Department, the State experiment stations, and prac- 
tical farmers; to study plant and orchard diseases and demonstrate the treatment of 
same; to study plant physioli^y in relation to crop production; to originate and im- 
prove crops by oreeding and selection; * • • to carry on special investigations 
of the conditions of grain production, • • • and of the means of improving the 
same ; to cultivate and care for experimental gardens and gpsunda ; * * * to collect, 
purchase, * * * propagate, test, and experiment with rare new seeds, * * • 
and plants; for the employment of investigators, local and special agents, * • • 
experts, clerks, • * • assistants, student and scientific aids, • * ■* and all 
other labor and scientific assistance required in conductii^ investigations and experi- 
ments in the city of Washington and elsewhere. • • • For actual and necessary 
traveling expenses;" * * * miscellaneous expenses, • • • "and for all other 
necessary expenses," ' » * 

(C) Arlington ex^pervmtrUal farm. 
Outline of work; Allotment. 

(1) Arlington experimental (arm, a field laboratory for the various 
Bureaus and offices of the Department. Consists of 500 acres, 
equipped with buildinijB- teams, tools, etc., for carrying on 



ixperiraents.. 



(2) Truck crop investigations along the Atlantic coast. Adaptation 
t of truck crops to rice lands, improvement and introduction of 

new varieties, and problems involved in marketing produce 

Statutory salaries 

Total allotment ." 

Expended as follows : 
Salaries (statutJjry roll): 

Caruthers; R. P., clerk $1,200,00 

Franklin, C. D., skilled laborer 600,00 

Hull, W. S.. watchman 100.00 

Lyim, T. H., unskilled laborer 55.00 

Sawyer, A. M., clerk 41.67 ' 

Shear, W. V^ clerk : 247.50 

Syphax, R. E., watchman 35.00 

Ware, Bessie G., clerk 1,000.00 



SiJaries (lump-fund roll): 

Allen, Tibbett, laborer 225. 00 

Beattie, W. R., assistant horticulturist 1,600.00 

Butterfield, E. C, assistant horticulturist 1,500.00 

Clinkett, Isaac, laborer 540. 00 

Cookman, B. C, skilled laborer 394.00 

Copland, H. F., fireman 69.75 

Corbett, L. C, horticulturist in charge 3,000.00 

Davis, Ira, unskilled laborer 461.25 

Doi^lass, M., skilled laborer 40. 50 

Dixon, W.D., skilled laborer 400.00 

Eisner, E. C, carpenter 155.00 

Furr, H., unskilled laborer 54.00 

Garrett, W, A., unskilled laborer 24.75 

Garrott, W. J., laborer , 101.67 

Glasson, E. J., expert 400.00 

Gordon, J. C, laborer 540,00 

Gloss, H. D., carpenter 446.00 

Gray, L. C, laborer 517.50 

Hume, E., unskilled laborer 94.50 

Kendall, Jos., unskilled laborer 79.50 

Lynn, T. H., unskilled laborer 40.50 

Marcey, Calvin, laborer 400. 00 

S. Doc 425, 60-1 14 



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210 EXPENDITUBES OF DEPABTMBHT OF AGRICULTURE. 

(C) Arlinglon es^perimenlalJoTm — Continued. 
Salaries (lump-fund roll) — Continued. AllotmaDt. 

Marcey, F. L., unskilled laborer , 1279.00 

Marcey, Theodore, unskilled laborer 459, 00 

Milstead, J. I., akaied laborer 670.00 

Murray, Maurice, unskilled laborer 100. 50 

Payne, H. 8., unskilled laborer 389.25 

PhiUips, J. G., skilled laborer 67.50 

Poole, C. M., carpenter 65. 00 

Priest, A. C, teamster 225.00 

Shear, W. V.,Bcientific aesistant 547. 67 

Smith, W.W., expert 1,500.00 

8tudd6,Wm.,.unskilled laborer 468.00 

Willis, W. E., skilled laborer 720. 00 

Zoellner, C. G., unskilled laborer! 97.50 

Zocllner, H. G., skilled laborer 720.00 

— ?17,392.34 

Total salaries 20, 671. 51 

Field work: Cooperation with practical farmers, cultivation and inspec- 
tion ot experimental fields, and necessary travel 1,635.20 

Miscellaneous: Office, field, and laboratory supplies and material, office 
fistures, apparatus, machinery, tools, implements, repairs to same, 
feed for teams, etc 7, 404. 13 



Total expenditures 29„710. 84 

Authority {Digest of Appropriations, pp. 429-430): "To investigate fruits, fruit 
trees, grain, cotton, tobacco, vegetables, grasses, forage, drug, medicinal, poisonous, 
fiber, and other plants and plant industries, in cooperation with other branches of the 
Department, the State experiment statioQS, and practical farmers; to study plant and 
orchard diseases and demonstrate the treatment of same: to study plant physiolc^ in 
relation to crop production; to originate and improve crops by breedii^ and selection; 

• * * to investigate the feeding value of farm crops and the use of fertilizers- 

* * * to cultivate and care for experimental gardens and grounds, manage and 
maintain conservatories, greenhouses, and plant and fruit propagatii^ houses; to 
enable the Secretary of Agriculture to continue the necessary improvements to estab- 
lish and maintain a general ex^rimental farm and agricultural station on the Arlington 
estate, in the State of Virginia, in accordance with the provisions of the Act of Con- 
gress approved April eighteenth, nineteen hundred; • * * to collect, purchase, 
projMigate, test, and experiment with rare new seeds, bulbs, trees, shrubs, vines, 
cutting, and plants; for the employment of investigators, local and special a^nts, 

• • * experts, clerks, • » • assistants, student and scientific aids, foremen, 
gardeners, mechanics, and all other labor and scientific assistance required in conduct- 
11^ invest^tions and experiments in the city of Washington and elsewhere ; * • • 
for actual and necessary traveling expenses;" * * * "miscellaneous expenses, 

* * • "and tor all otner necessarj' expenses * * *." 

(D) Sugar-beet investigations. 

OutUne of work: Allotment. 

(1) Investigation of production of domestic sugar from sugar beets, 

conducted by Mr. Charles F. Saylor, for the purpose ot secur- 
ii^ complete information regarding the development and con- 
dition of the industry in the United States $4, 400. 00 

(2) Commercial production of sugar-beet seed, conducted in coop- 

eration with the office of seed and plant introduction and distri- 
bution, with a view to encouraging the production of sugar- 
beet seed in the United States 1,800.00 

(3) Single-germ beet seed: Selection and breeding to eliminate 

multiple-germ seed and to increase the production of single- 
germ seed, in order to efiect a great eaNdng of hand labor in the 
cultivation of sugar beets 3, 621. 00 

(4) Leaf spot disease of sugar beet: A study of the life history of the 

fungusandits timeand method of at^ck and means of control. 708.00 

(5) Curley-top disease of sugar beet: Investigation of cause and 

means of controlling the disease 878. 00 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPAHTMENT OP AGKICULTUKE. 211 

(D) Sugar-beet invutigationi—Coiithiued. 
Outline of work — Continued. Allotmant. 

(61 Effect ot fertilizers upon sugar beets - $628.00 

(7) Siloing Bugar beeta: ExperimentB with a view to overcoming the 

special QifEcultiee encountered in Hiloing sugar beeta 893. CW 

(8) Improvement of cultural methods in growing sugar beets, includ- 

ing investigation of tune and method of preparing the seed 
beUj width of row, aubBoUing, etc., in order to leseen cost of 
production and increaee yield of sugar beets - 783.00 

(9) Selection of sugar beets for alkali and drought resistance, coq- 

ducted in cooperation with the Laboratory of Plant Breeding. . 1, 566. 00 

(10) Selection of sugar beets for increased tonn^:e and superior 

quality 66a 00 

(111 Selection of sugar beets for early maturity 439.00 

(12) Fungi infesting stored sugar 532. 00 

(13) Miscellaneoufl diseases of plants grown in connection with 

sugar beets, such as lettuce, red clover, spinach, alfalfa, and 

the cultivated daisy 684. 00 

Statutory sabriee ~ 1, Mi. 00 

Total allotment '. 19, 340. 00 

Expended as follows; 

Salaries (statutory roll) : 

Bissett, David, gardener {1,000.00 

Gardner, Edith, clerk 199. 33 

Howell, Edna D., clerk 595.00 

Rittue, E. C, gardener 791. 67 

' 2, 588. 00 

Salaries (lump-fund roll): 

Brown, Nellie A., scientific assistant 781.33 

Chesnut, V. R., special t^nt 165.00 

Churchill, G. W., collaborator 200.00 

Hastdns, A, C, scientific assistant 40.00 

Middleton, J. W., unskilled laborer 100. 00 

Naylor, P. P., carpenter 189.00 

Reed, J. F., special agent 1, 037. 50 

Rittue, E.G., gardener 291.67 

Rowen, J. D., jr., gardener 75. 00 

Savior, C. F., special agent 2,700.00 

Scbaefer, J. E., scientific assistant 160.00 

Shaw, H. B., scientific aasislant 58.33 

Townsend, C. O., patholf«istin charge 2,500.00 

Wallace, Mrs. A. E., unskilled laborer 240.00 

Wood, R. S., painter 35.00 

— 8,572.83 

Total salaries - 11, 158. 83 

Field work: Cooperation with experiment stations and practical farmers, 

cultivation and inspection of experimental fields, neceeeary travel, etc. 7, 180.26 
Miscellaneous: Office, field, and laboratory supplies, fixtures and appa- 
ratus, etc - 916.13 

Total expenditures 19, 255. 22 

Authority (Digest of Appropriations, pp. 429-430): "To investigate * • * v^ 
etables, * * * and other plants and plant industries, in cooperation with other 
branches of the Department, me State experiment stations, and practical farmers; to 
study plant » * * diseases and demonstrate the treatment of same; to study 
plant jMiysiology in relation to crop production; lo originate and improve crops by 
breeding and Section ; to investigate the feeding value of farm crope and the use of 
fertilizers; * * * to Investigate and develop the domestic production of sugar-beet 
seed and the best methods of increasing the tonnage of susar beels; to contmue in- 
quiry and ascertain the progress made in the production of domestic sugar from beets 
and sorghum and other sugar-producing plants; * * ' for the employment of in- 
vestigators, local and special agents, * * * experts, clerks, * • • student or 
scientific aids, * * * and for all other labor and scientific assistance required 



212 EXPENDITURES OF DEPABTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

in conducling in^estigatione and experiments in the city of WaabingEon and else- 
where; * * " for actual and necessary traveling expenaes;" » * » misccl- 
laneoUB expenses * "^ * "and for all other neceBsary expeaeee * * *. " 

(E) Western agricultural (xteneion, 
Ontlise of work: Motmeot. 

(1) Truckee-Carson Experiment Station; experimental trials are 

conducted on lana reserved for the purpose by the E«claiualion 
Service to ascertain the field and forage ctopa best adapt«d t« 
the conditions on this irrigation project 14,470.00 

(2) Yuma Experiment Station; at tMs Station experiiuenta are carried 

on with high-priced cro^e with intensive tillage to demonstrate 
how best to utilize the h^h-priced land which is now being put 
under irrigation by the Government 4,550.00 

(3) San Antonio experiment farm; at this station investigations are 

in progress as to moisture conservation, tillage, and rotation of 
crops, with a view to extending dry-land agriculture in this 

semiarid region 600. 00 

Statutory salaries 1, 480. 00 

Total allotment 11, 100. 00 

Expended as follows; 
Salaries (statutory roll): 

Bailey, R. V., clerk 11,000.00 

Taylor, J, A, , messenger 445. 00 

1,445.00 

Salaries (lump-fund roll); 

McCord, J, N,, unskilled laborer 52.88 

Peterson, W. A., special agent 800.00 

Risers, Shober, farm superintendent 621. 46 

Scofield, C, S., agriculturist in charge 1,781.25 

Swesey, A, 0., unskilled laborer 387.20 

Toler, J. I., unskilled laborer 62.50 

— 3,705.29 

Total salaries 5, 150. 29 

Field work: Cooperation with exj)eriment stations, tJie BecWnation 
Service, and practical farmers, inspection of experimental fields, and 

neceseary travel 4, 622.79 

Miscellaneous: OiRce, field, and, laboratory supplies, apparatus, ma- 
chinery, etc - 867. 74 

Total expenditures 10, 640. 82 

Authority (Digest oi Appropriations, pp. 429-430); "To investigate fruits, fruit 
trees, grain, cotton, tobacco, vegetables, grasses, forage, drug, medicinal, poisonous, 
fiber, and other plants and plant industries, in cooperation with other branches o( 
the Department, the State experiment stations, and practical farmers; ■ * * to 
study plant physiology in relation to crop production; • * * to investigate and 
encourage the adoption of improved methods of farm management and farm prac- 
tice; • * * to cultivate and care for experimental gardens and grounds; * * * 
for the employment of investigators, local and special agents, • * * experts, 
clerks, • * • student or scientific aids, • * * and all other labor and 
scientific assistance required in conducting investigations and experiments in the 
city of Washiiffiton and elsewhere; * * * for actual and necessary traveling ex- 
penses;" • • « miscellwieouB expenses, * • • "and for all other necessary 
expenses • • •." 

(F) Dry-land agrvMlture, 

Allot ment. 

Outline of work: (1) Dickinson project, in southwestern North Dakota; 
(2) Edgely project, in southeastern North Dakota; (3) Highmore proj- 
ect, in northern South Dakota; (4) Belle Fourche project, in north- 
western South Dakota; (5) North Platte project, in Nebraska; (6) 
Hays project, in northern Kansas; (7) Garden City project, in soutb- 
weetem Kansas; (8) Amarillo project, in the Texas Panliandle $13,524.50 



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(F) Dry-land agricultuTe — Continued. 

Outline of work — Continued. Allotment. 

At these stations the problem of moisture and hutnua ronserva- 
tion, crop rotations, and metboda of farm mana^ment are under 
investigation with a view to determinii^ the best means of success- 
fully growing crops under semiarid conditions. 

Statutory salaries $1, 000. 00 

Total allotment H, 624. 50 

Expended as follows: 

Salaries (statutory toll); 

Andrews, B. M., clerk 170.00 

Coit, Jennie L., clerk 880. 00 

950.00 

Salaries (lump-fund roll): 

Balz, S., special agent 590. 00 

Burr, W. W., specW agent 720. 00 

ChUcott, E. C-, agriculturist in charge 2,750.00 

Chilcott, E. F., special agent 720.00 

Grace, O. J., special agent .'.. 180.00 

Hazen, L. E„ special agent 690.00 

KennW, F. L., Bpecial^ent • 548.00 

Payne, J. E., special t^nt 900.00 

Stone, A. L., special agent 60.00 

Sullivan, Wm., unakilled laborer 290.50 

Waldron, L. R., special agent 300.00 

— — 7,748.50 

Total salaries 8,698.50 

Fidd work: Cooperation with State experiment stations and practical 

. farmers, inspection of experimental fields, and neceeeary travel 4, 173.52 

Miscellaneous: Office, field, and laboratory supplies and apparatus, mis- 
cellaneous expenses, etc 1,083.18 

Total expenditures 13, 955. 20 

Authority (Digest of Appropriations, pp. 429-430): "To invesi^te fruits, fruit 
trees, grain, cotton, tobacco, vegetables, grasses, forage, drug, medicinal, poisonous, 
fiber, and other plants and plant induatnee, in cooperation with other branches of 
the Department, tne State experiment stations, and practical farmers; • • ■» study 

Slant phyaioloey in relation tocrop production; * * * to investigate and encoun^ 
le adoption of improved methods of farm mam^ment and farm pract ice; * * *■ to 
cany onspecial investigations of the conditions of grain production, * * • and the 
meansof improving the same; * • • to cultivate and care for experimental gardens 
and grounds, * • * for the employment of investigators, local and fecial ^ents, 
* * * experts, clerks, • <• * student and scientific aids. • * * and all 
otlier labor and scientific assistance required in conducting investigations and experi- 
ments in the city of Washington and elsewhere; * • * For actual and necessary 
traveling expenses; * * *" miscellaneous expenses, * • * "and forall other 
necessary expenses." 

VI. HORTICIILTL'RAL INVESTIGATIONS. 

(A) Fomoiogical colUrtiom. 
Outline of work: Allotment. 

(1) Collection and dissemination of information relating to (he 

fruit industry, the culture and care of orchards, and the 

selection of varietif s of ftiiitfi adapted to various localitii-s ... $3. 100. 00 

(2) Simplification and purification of fruit nomenclatnre; to prevent 

losses experienced by orchard planters through the use by 
noisprymen in the various sections of the country of diffi-rcnt 
names tor the same variety 2.200.00 

(3) Cooperative experimental orchard on the Arlington Farm; to 

pBtablish the identity of varieties and ttJ disseminate wione 

of valuable sorts ,..i..,.,^ ,v3,^083,^ 



214 EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGEICDLTUHE. 

(A) Pomologieal colleetiom — Continued. 

Outline of work— Continued. AHotmoit- 

(4) Modeling and painting of fruits, reproducing fniits, especially 
rare and little known varieties, by means of wax and water 
colors JIOO. 00 

Statutory salaries 11, 080. 00 

Total allotment 18, 563. 68 

Expended as followa: 
Salaries (statutory roll): 

Corrick, H. K.. messenger $840.00 

Dodge, Allen, clerk 1,200.00 

Hall,C. L,, clerk 341.00 

Herrick, Emma C. , clerk 1, 200. 00 

Huddleson, Sarah M., clerk 1, 600. 00 

Irwin, William N., clerk 1,600.00 

Lower, E. B., aasietant photographer 91.67 

Newton, Amanda A., clerk 1,200.00 

Passmore. Deborah C, clerk 1,400,00 

Scutt, Ellen I., clerk 1, 196. 67 

Thomas, Charlotte R., messenger 324. 33 

10,993.67 

Salaries (lump-fund roll): 

Brackett, C. B., pomologist in charge 3,000.00 

Cookman, B. C, unskilled laborer 120.00 

Gelletly, Celie, charwoman , . . 540. 00 

. Gibson, Annie E., charwoman 480.00 

Lower, Elsie E.. student assistant 225.00 

Pinkett, J. P., laborer 540.00 

Rapm, W. H.. expert I,.e00.00 

6,606,00 

Total salaries ' 17,498.67 

Field work: Cooperative work on the Arlington Experimental Farm, in- 
spection of orcliards, and necessary travel in connection therewith 73. 83 

MiBCellaneous: Office, field and laboratory supplies and apparatus, and 
miscellaneoufl expenses 793.97 

Total expenditures 18, 366, 47 

Authority {Diseet of Appropriations, pp. 429-430): "To investigate fruits, fruit trees, 
• * * and other plants and plant industries, in cooperation with other branches of 
the Department, the State experiment stations, and practical farmers; to study plant 
and orchard diseases and demonstrate the treatment of same; * * * to model 
fruits, vegetables, and other plante, and furnish duplicate models to the experiment 
stations of the several States, as far as found practicable; * * * to collect, pur- 
chase, propagate, test, and experiment with rare new * • * trees, shrubs, vines, 
cuttings, and plants; for the employment of investigators, * • • and locd and 
specid' agents, * " * experts, clerks, illustrators. • • • and all other labor 
and scientific assistance required in conducting investigations and experiments in the 
city of Washington and elsewhere; * * * for collating, mapping, Ulustrating, 
digesting, printing, reporting, publishing, and disseminating information on the re- 
sults of these InveBtigations and experiments. * * * For actual and necessarv 
ttavelii^ expenses;" * - - miscellaneous expenses, • • * "and for all 
other necessary expenses" • • •. 

(if) Field investigationt in pomology. 
Outline of work: Allotment. 

(1) Fruit marketing investi^tions; to determine the best methods of 

handling and marketing American fruits and vegetables $6, 794. 00 

(2) Fruit transportation and storage investigations; to determine by 

shipping and storing quantities under various conditions, the 
factorswhichgovemthesuccessfulshippingaudstorageof fruit. 25,264.50 

(3) Fruit district investigations; to ascertain the adaptability of vari- •-* 

etiesof fruit to different conditions which exist in various fruit- ■'4 
growing sections 4, 114.00 



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(B) Field inve$tigatiom in pomology — Continued. 

Outline oi work-^Continued. 

^(4) Miscellaneous probtems; investigation a of the conditions in which 
pecan culture can be BUCcesafuUy carried on, eapecially in tJie 
South Atlantic and Gulf Stat«s, and a study of the adaptability 
of peach varieties to conditions in the Southern States $597. 00 

(5) Adaptability of resistant grape stocks to soil types and climatic 

conditions of the Pacific slope: to detennine their reeistance to 
phylloxera 1,254.00 

(6) Congeniality ot yinifem grape varieties to various resistant stocks 

upon which they raiist be grafted in regiona infested with 
pKyllotera 1,144.00 

(7) Adaptability of grape varieties to culture in different vineyard 

sections - l, 615.00 

(8) Development of rotundifolia grape culture in the South Atlantic 

and Guli States, to detennine the best methods of handling in 
these regionis the rotundifolia type of grape, generally known 
as the Scuppemong 2, 016. 00 

(9) Miscellaneous viticuTtural problems, including investigations of 

methods of preparing unfermented grape juice, etc 1, 727. 78 

Statutory salaries 3,272.22 

Total allotment 47, 698. 50 

Expended as follows: 

Salaries (statutory roll) : 

Gorman, M. J., clerk $1,200.00 

Hugins, F. A., clerk 1,000.00 

Shepherd, A. C, clerk 1,072.22 

. 3, 272- 22 

Salaries (lump-fund roll) : 

Ballard, C. L., clerk 115.00 

Butler, O., special t^ent 75. 00 

Brown, W. M„ collaborator 5. 00 

Cole, E, F., scientific assistant 840.00 

Eustace, H. J., expert 1,350.00 

Fletcher, W. F scientific assistant 840.00 

Fries, E. M., collaborator 24.00 

Gould, H. P., assistant pomolc^ist 1,800.00 

Hosford, G. W., scientific assistant 1, 166,67 

Husmann, F. L.,viticultural superintendent 375.00 

Husmann, G. C. F., pomologist 2,000,00 

Johnson, C. W., clerk 184.00 

Jones, K. D., clerk 50.00 

Park, A. v., collaborator 6,00 

Powell, G. H., pomologist in charge 2, 750. 00 

RasiiiuBsen, A., expert 39fi. 07 

E«a, E. P.. clerk 52.50 

Stubenrauch, A. V., expert 2,000.00 

Taylor, W. A., pomologist in charge 2,750.00 

-Tenny, L. S., assistant pomolt^iflt 1,800,00 

Toumier, A., special a«ent 308, 00 

Wahlgren, M. G., messenger boy 392.00 

ftTiite, H, M,, scientific assistant. 840. 00 

■ — 20. 119. S4 

Total salaries 23, 392. 06 

Field work: Cooperation with experiment stations and private growers', 

inspection work, and necessary travel in connection therewith 16,515.46 

Miscellaneous: Office, field, and laboratory supplies, and apparatus, cost 

oftruit, and expenses connected with experimental shipments 7,809.97 

Total expenditures 46. 717. 49 

Authority (Digest of Appropriations, pp. 429-430); "To investigate fruits, fruit 
trees, • * * and other plants and plant industries, in cooperation with other 
branches of the Department, the State experiment stations, and practical farmers; to 
study plant and orchard diseasesand demonstrate the treatment of same; * * * to 



216 EXPENDITUBES OF DEPABTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

model fruits, vegetables, and other plants, and furnish duplicate models to the experi- 
ment stations of the several States, as far as found practicable; to invest^te the 
methods of harvesting, packing, storing, and shipping fruits and vegetables within the 
United States and to foreign countries; to cultivate and care for experimental gardens 
and grounds, * " " to collect, purchase, propagate, test, and experiment with 
rare new • * * trees, shrubs, vines, cuttings, and plants; for the employment ot 
investigators, local and Miecial agents, * • * experts, clerks, * * « student 
and scientific aids^ • if » j,[jg ^jj other labor and scientific assistance required in 
conducting investigations and experiments in the city of Washington and elsewhere; 
* ' * for actual and necessary traveling expenses; * • * miscellaneous ex. 
penses, * * » and for ail other necessary expenses. • • * " 

( C) Experinuntal gardens onrf grounds. 

AllOtmflDt. 

Outline of work: Care and ornamentation of the Department grounds; 
maint«nance of greenhouses for experimental purposes; propagation of 
plants for Con^asional and special distribution ; improvement of plants 



by hybridization and selecrion; gen^vl care of collections of 
plants, (* 



s,etc...., $22,370.00 

Statutory salaries 22, 630. 00 

Total allotment 45,000.00 

Expended as follows: 
Salaries (statutory roll) : 

Bullen, Harnr, gai^iener J852,50 

Byrnes, E. M., superintendent 1,800.00 

Byrnes, J. W., skilled laborer 720.00 

Copland, J, H,, fireman 408. 00 

Cutshall, G. W., skilled laborer 660.00 

Dawson, J. P., gardener .287.50 

Doyle, Lester, laborer 11. 50 

Dozier, Wm., laborer 22. 50 

Gauges, J. A., gardener 920.84 

Gilliam, John, laborer 22.50 

Gloss, H. D., carpenter 164. 50 

Graner, Mike, gardener 467. 50 

Green, J. M., laborer 45. 00 

Hall, G. W., fireman 90.00 

Haws, Harry, laborer 15. 50 

Haws, Hen^, fireman 720.00 

Haws, W. A., gardener 780.00 

Hauser, Ernest, gardener 780.00 

Hess, G. W., laborer 9.16 

Hofman, K., laborer 68.33 

Hutchinson, W., laborer 45.00 

Inson, R, F., laborer 17.44 

Jackson, W, J., laborer 21.56 

Johnson, E.. laborer 25.79 

Johnson, Samuel, laborer 21.29 

Jolliif, J. O., gardener 780.00 

Keller. Charles, gardener 900. 00 

Kerr. J. K.. sr., gardener 900.00 

Kerr. J. K.. jr., plumber 840.00 

King. James, laborer 15.00 

Klelsch, Ernest, fireman 720. 00 

Lomaux. A. A., laborer 22.50 

liomaux. George, laborer 22. 50 

Mergent, Isaac, laborer 18.29 

Mitchell. John, laborer 12.76 

Montgomery, J. P,, laborer 262.50 

Murphy, James, laborer 25. 50 

Murphy. Jessie A., clerk 1,400.00 

Olden, J, W,. gardener 780.00 

Orton, W. 8., painter 840. 00 

Piffer, Henry, laborer 12. 00 

Ports, F.M., skilled laborer 600.00 



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(C) Experimental garden! and grounds — Continued. 

Salaries (statutory toll) — Continued. 

Prentisa, A. M., messenger $645.67 

Quinn, jalaea, gardener 175.00 

Robinson, C. , laborer 424. 50 

Robaon, J., laborer 22. 50 

Eosa, Eugene, laborer 22.50 

Schubert. C. J., plumber 840.00 

Sepaney, W., laborer 17. 91 

Simmonds. E., gardener 166.67 

Taliferro, N.. laborer 13. 50 

Thompflon, J. H., wfttchman 174.17 

Tilley, L. A., laborer 22,12 

Turner, L., laborer 20.16 

Walter, R. B., carpenter 900.00 

Wood, B., laborer 22.04 

$20,484.19 

Salaries (lump-fund roll): 

Biflsell, B.. unskilled laborer 37. 50 

Bowman. A., unskilled laborer 13.04 

Bryant, R. A., laborer 720.00 

Calwell, Georee, laborer 541. 18 

Cottam, G. W, gardener 150. 00 

DawBon, C. W., laborer 613.33 

Gooch, C. L., student asaiBtant 352,50 

Hawa. R., unskilled laborer 15.50 

Hayden, W. H., unakilled laborer 12.00 

Henderson, T., unakilled laborer 13.50 

Hohouser. A., unakilled -laborer .75 

Lee, Thomas, gardener 660. 00 

McLennan, Robert, expert 1.200.00 

Parker, J. T., laborer 540.00 

Quinn, James, mirdener 450.00 

Schultheia, W.H.. skilled laborer 690.00 

Sullivan, Wm., unskilled laborer 171.00 

Swann, Sidney, laborer 656. GO 

Tbomas, J., unskilled laborer 454.50 

Thompson, Harry, laborer 720.00 

Walter, O. A., laborer 630. 00 

— — — 8,530.80 

Total salaries 29, 014. 99 

Miscellaneous: Supplies of all kinds, fertilizers, machinery, toole, and 

implementa, and repaira to same, fuel and coat of beating green honsea . 11,989. 29 

Total expenditures 41, 004. 28 

Authority {Digeat of Appropriatiooa, pp. 429-430): "To inveatigate fruits, fruit 
trees, grain, cotton, tobacco, v^etablea grasses, forage, drug, medicinal, poisonous, 
fiber, and other plants and plant industnee; in cooperation with other branches of die 
Department, • * * to study plant and orchard diseases and demonstrate the 
treatment of same; to study plant physiology in relation to crop production; Worigi- 
nateand improve crops by breeding and selection; • • • to cultivate and care Mr 
experimental gardens and grounds, manage and maintain conservatories, greenhoueea, 
and plant and fruit propagating houaoa; * * * to collect, purchaae, propagate, 
test, and experiment with rare new seeds, bulba, tree^ ahmbs, vines cuttiiiga, and 
plants; tor tne employment of investigators. * * * experts, clerks, * • • 
aeeifitants, atudent and acientific aids, foremen, gardeners, mechanics, and all other 
labor and scientific assistance required in conductii^ investigations and experiments 
in the city of Washington and elsewhere; for telegraph and telephone service; forgaa 
and electric current; for forage, ice, postage, and washing towels: for express xs\A 
freight charges; for the purchase of chemicals, materials, omce, field, and laboratory 
supplies, fertilizers, office fixtures, fuelj apparatus, machinery, tools, and other imple- 
ments, and repairs to same, horsea, vehicles, horseshoeing, hameee; * • * and for 
all other necessary expenses. *•■•'• 



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VII. Sbi 



3 Plant Introduction iNvsaTiGATiOK* 



(A) Foreign seed and plant introdvclion. 
(See appropriation for "Purcliaae and distribution of valuable seeds.") 
(B) Forage crop introduction arul extension. 
• (See appropriation for "Purchaae and distribution of valuable BeedB.") 
(C) Vegetable ixmety Uiting gardene. 
(See appropriation for " Purchase and distribution, of valuable eeeds.") 

(D) Domalie seed loorh, iiicluding Congnaiondl teed dufribution. 
(See apisopriation for ' ' Purchase and distribution of valuable seeds. ' ' ) 
(E) Seed laboratory. 
Outline of work : AiioiniBnt. 

(1) Pure-seed investigations; to study impurities of seeds received 

at the laboratory, and to study the distinguishing characters of 

closely allied economic seeds $5, 278. 00 . 

(2) Seed vitality investigations; to determine the conditions aflect- 

ing the vitality of commercial seeds 3,170.00 

(3) Seed testing; to make seed tests, perfect apparatus, and popu- 

larise seed testing 7,831.67 

Statutory salaries 3, 000. 00 

Total allotment ". 19,279.67 

Expended as follows: 

Salaries (statutory roll): 

Andrews, B. M., clerk $100.67 

Gary, Kate F., clerk 781.94 

Harvey, Rose A. , clerk 660. OO 

HUlman.F.H., clerk 233.33 

Lingle, A. F., messenger 456.00 

Waters, D., clerk 160.00 

Watson, H. L., clerk 50.06 

— — 2, 442. 50 

Salaries (lump-fund roll): 

Aldrich,M.O., collaborator 4.50 

Applegate, E. I., collaborator 3.00 

Barmore, G. P., collaborator 10.50 

Beebe, A. G. , collaborator S. 00 

Benton, Zoe, aid 720, OO 

Bergner, Sophie J. , aid 720. 00 

Bondbush. L., collaborator 1-50 

Brown, E<kar, botanist in charge 1, 966. 67 

C;ark, M. N., collalwrator 4.50 

CloT^h, A. W., collaborator 3.00 

Coppoc, J. L., collaborator 6.00 

Crosby M. L.,aid 881.10 

Davis, J. H., clerk 37. 50 

Demaree, F. H., collaborator 12.00 

Dennis, J. N., collaborator 1.60 

Duvel, August, special agent 35.00 

Duvel, J. W. T,, assistant 1, 300. 00 

Easterly, H. G., collaborator 15.00 

Emmert, H. L., collaborator 10.50 

Enestoedt, E. G., collaborator 7.50 

Epps, G. O., collaborator 12,00 

Fox, G. M., collaborator '. 3.00 

Freeman, G. A. , collaborator 9. 00 

Galehouse, D. W., collaborator 1.50 

Gamer, C, E, , collaborator 16. 00- ,-.(-.(, Ip 



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{E) Setd laboTotory — CoDtmued. 

Salariea (lump-fund roll) — Continued. Allotmwt. 

Gary, Kate F.. clerk $140.00 

GUbert, C. B., collaborator 3.00 

Glover, J. N., collaborator B.OO 

Goss, W. L., aesJRtaDt 950,00 

Graham, Gmce, aid 720. 00 

Hansen, H. H., collaborator 15.00 

Hartman, S. B., collaborator 12.00 

Hildebrand, JeS., collaborator 15. 00 

Hillman, F. H.. assistant 1,166.67 

Hyde, G. H., collaborator 24.00 

InBh, J. P., collaborator 24.00 

Jamison, J. M., collaborator 6.75 

Johnson, F. N., collaborator 15.00 

Jones, B. H., collaborator .- 9.00 

Jones, J. A., clerk 187.50 

Jordan, S. M., collaborator 6.00 

Keeee, S. L.,a8HiBtant 270.00 

Kelly, J. G., collaborator 4.50 

Kirk land, G. A., collaborator 9.75 

Krumroy, H., collaborator 15.00 

Lander. Chas., collaborator 16.00 

Larson, L. D., collaborator 18.00 

MacNair, H. C, collaborator 6.00 

Mathias, C. W., collaborator 10,00 

McQuarrie, C. K.. collaborator 6.00 

Marony, J. N., collaborator 6.00 

MerricK, LoviniaS., aid 621.67 

Mertz, Otto, collaborator 7. 50 

Miller, Herman, collaborator 6. 00 

Moen, J, J., collaborator 6.00 

Moee, J. M., scientilic assistant 194.00 

Myers, C. H., special egent 189.00 

Palmer, W. S., collaborator 1.50 

Rahm, J. Q. A., collaborator 3.00 

Boaldsold, G., collaborator 3.00 

Rubs. B . , laboratory aid 225. 00 

Salisbury, F. A., collaborator 3.75 

Shore, N. D., collaborator 9.00 

Sirrine, Emma F., aid 747.50 

Smith, H. B., collaborator 9.00 

Smith, J. P., collaborator 6. 00 

Snyder, Eva M. , aid 600. 00 

Stout, W. H., collaborator.- 9.00 

Teft. Jennie A., aid 591. 67 

Uhlbom, Otto, collaborator 6. 00 

Ware. W. S.. collaborator 12.00 

WTiiteford, H. C, collaborator 9.00 

$12,609.03 

Total salaries 15, 051. 53 

Field work: Seciirii^ eeed from different localities, testing same, and 

neceesary travel 1,345.48 

MiscellanKius; Office, field and laboratory supplies, flitures, and appa- 
ratus, and misrellaneouB expenses i 1, 214. 73 

Total sKpenditures 17, 611. 74 

Authority (Digest of Appropriations, pp. 429-430): " • • • to collect, pur- 
chase, propi^tc, test, and experiment witn rare new seeds, bulbs, * * * and 
plants; for the employment of investigators, local and special ^ents, * * ■ ex- 
perts, clerks, • • • assistants, student and scientific aids, » » • and kll 
other labor and scientific assistance required in conductii^ investigations and ex- 
periments in the city of Washington and elsewhere; • • • And the Secretary of 
Agriculture is hereby directed to obtain in the open market samples of seeds of grasB. 
clover, or alfalfii, test the same, and if any of such seeds are found to be adulterated 



220 EXPENDTTUKES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICt'LTUfiR. 

(a miebranded, or any seede of Canada blue gnus (_Poa compretsa) axe obt«iiied iindei 
any other name than Canada blue grass or Poa compressa. to publish the results of the 
t«ete, together with the names of the pereone by whom the seeds were oHered for mle. 
For actual and necesBary traveling espeneea;" • * * miscellaneous expenses. 
■* • • "and tor all other necessary expenses * * *." 

(F) Groin itandanSnatKin. 

(See under appropriation tor "Grain investigations.") 

(G) Micellaneaus introduction leork. 

Outline of work; AEIotment. 

(1) Introduction garden at Brownsville, Tex $7, 000. OO 

(2) Date-palm work at Indio, Cal 2, 382. 90 

(31 Introduction and propagation of Japanese rush 4,410.00 

(4) Investigation of brewing barleys 3, 940. 00 

Total allotment 17, 732. 90 

Expended as follows: 
Salaries (lump-fund roll); 

Green, E. C. , nomologist in chaige $500. 00 

Mann , A. , collaborator 1, 123. 33 

Moore, R. A^ collaborator 281.59 

Norgard C. P., special agent 1, 120. OO 

Romig, L. H., clerk 300. 00 

Bowlee, W. W., collaborator 30. 00 

■ Tull, J. H., special agent 300.00 

3, 654. 92 

Field work : Inspection of experimental plantings, and necessary 

travel in connection therewith.. " ""' ""' 



Miscellaneous: Office, field, and laboratory supplies and equipment, 
freight, express, telegraph, and miscellaneous expenses 3, 195. 68 

Total expenditures 13, 347. 11. 

Authority(Dige«t of Appropriations, pp. 429-430): "To investigate fruits, iruit trees, 
grain, cotton, tobacco, vegetables, grasses, forage, drug, medicinal, poisonous, fiber, 
and other plants and plant industries; * * * to study plant and orchard diseaoee 
and demonstrate the treatment of same; " " • to originate and improve crops by 
breedingand selection; • » • to cultivate and care for experimental gardens and 



grounds, manage and maintain conservatories, greenhouses, and fruit and plant prop- 
agating houses; * • * to collect, purchase, propagate, test, and experiment with . 
rare new seeds, bulbs, trees, shrubs, vines, cuttings, and plants; for the employment of 
investigators, local and special agents, • • • experts, clerks, * * * assistants 
student and scientific aids, • • • gardeners, * • » and all other labor and 
scientific assistance required in conducting investigations and experiments in the city 
of Washington and elsewhere; * * * Tor actual and necessary traveling expenses; 
• * ■»" miscellaneous expenses; "and forall other neceeaary expenses, * * *. 

VIII. Special Laboratories, Gardens, and Farms. 

(A) Miisitfippi Valley Laboratory. 
Outline of work: Allotment. 

(1) Crown gall diseases; for several years an investigation has been in 

prc^reSBofthecrowngaUdiseaseof the peach, apple, plum, and 

grape tZ, 623. 00 

(2) Root-rot diseases of fruit trees and grape vines; these diseases are 

under investigation by this laboratory, especially in the lower 
Mississippi Valley 1, 736. 00 

(3) Diseases of the red gum; a study of the life history of the fungus 

which causes the disease, and a determination of tne best method 

of treating the same 1 , 676. 00 

(4) Blue stain of coniferous and other woods 925. 00 



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(j1) MissJsdppi Valley Laboratory — Continued. . 

Outline of work— Continued. AUoiment. 

(5) Study of diseaBeH of coniferous trees; study of the life history of 
fungi causing the various diseaees of pines, and the relative bub- 
ceptibility of the dtRerent species of pine to red heart and other 

diseaeeB $1, 380. 00 

(61 Diseases of oaks and other hard woods 1,450.00 

(7) Miscellaneous diaeasee of forest trees; includine; a study of the 
dampiug-ofi disease of coniferous seedlings, the Btain of wood 
pulp, the pecky disease of the cypress, the physiological 
changes which take place in timber when immersed in water, 
as in raftii^, the treatment of fence posts, etc 3, 186.00 

Total allotment , 13,476.00 

Expended as follows: 
Salaries (lump-fund roll): 

Dagwell, Robert, laborer (209. 33 

EamcB, Laura, assiatant 480. 00 

Hedgcock, G. C, scientific assistant 1,200.00 

Rumbold, C. T., collaborator 50.00 

Spauldingi Perley, Bcientific aBsiatant 1. 200, 00 

liylor, -f 0„ clerk 1,080.00 

Von Schrenk, H., expert in charge 2,500.00 

6,719.33 

Field work: Cooperation with private owners, inspection of forest areaa, 

securii^ specimens, and necessary travel 4, 321, 77 

Miscellaneous: Office, field and labdutory supplies and apparatus, and 
miscellaneous expenses 237.12 

Total expenditures U, 278. 22 

Authority (Digest of Appropriations, pp. 429-430): * * • " To studi? plant and 
orchard diseases and demonstrate the treatment of same; * * * to investigate 
the causes of decay in forest timber used for conBtniction purpoeee, and to devise 
means for preventing the decay of the same; • " • for tne employment of inves- 
tigators, local and special agents, * * * experts, clerks, * * * assiBtanta, 
student and scientific aids, * * * and all otner labor and scientific assistance 
required in conducting investigations and experiments in the city of Washington 
and elsewhere; * ■ * for actual and necessary traveling expenses;" • * • 
miBcellaneouB expenses. • * • "and for all other necessary expenses " " *." 

(B) Subtropical laboratoTy and garden {Miami, Fla.}, 

Outline of work: The work at this laboratory includes the propagation 
and testing of many of the subtropical fruits introduced through the 
Office of Seed and Plant Introduction and Distribution, and the prop- 
agation of hybrid oranges, pineapples, etc., and a study of the diseases 

of citrus trees and of truck crops grown in the extreme South ?9, 100.00 

Expended as follows: 
Salaries (lump-fund roll): 

Bessey, E. A., patholc^t in charge $1,720.00 

Fawcett, G. L., scientific assistant 960.00 

Hudson, Agnes T., clerk 862. 50 

Lucas, W. R., unskilled laborer 90.00 

Rolfs, P. H., collaborator 120.00 

Sampson, R. J., unskilled laborer 100.50 

Small, D, C, clerk 30.00 

Wester, P. J., gardener 900.00 

Zumwalt, J. M., unskilled laborer 75.63 

4, 858. 63 

Field work : Actual and necessary traveling expenses in connection with 
visits to trucking districts of the Atlantic coast and to Waslui^ton, 

B.C., for consultation, etc 3, 628, 83 

Miscellaneous: Office, field, and laboratery mipplies and apparatus, and 
other miscellaneous expenses : 228.07 

Total expenditures 8,616.63 



222 EXPENDITUHES OF r«PARTMENT OF AQBICTJLTUEE. 

Authority (Digest of AppropriatioiiB, pp. 439^0): "To inveetigate frulK, fruit 
trees, grain, cotton* tobacco, vegetables, graeeee, forage, drug, medicinal, poisonous, 
fiber, and other planta and plant industries, • • • to study plant and orchard 
dieeasee and demonstrate the treatment of same; * * ■ to originate and improve 
crops by breeding and selection; * * * to cultivate and car«kir experimental 
gardens and grounds, manage and maintaining conservatories, greenhouBaa, and fruit 
and plant propagating houses; * * * to collect, purchase, propagate. Met, and 
experiment with rare new seeds, bulbs, trees, sbrube, vines, cuttings, and pbste; 
fortheemploymentof investigators, localandspecialagents, » • • experts, clerks, 
* * • aesistanta, student and scientific aids, * • • foremen, gardeners, 
mechanics, and all other labor and scientific assistance required in conducting investi- 
gations and experiments in the city of Washington and elsewhere; ■■ * * For 
actual and necessary traveling expensee;" * ■ * miscellaneoua expenses, *- * • 
"and for all other necessary expenses * * *," 

(C) Plant introduclion garden {Chxco, Cal.). 

ADobnent. 

Outline of work: Propagating and testing of seeds, bulbs, trees, ehrubs, 
vines, cuttiiws, ana plants, especially of foreign importations by the 
Office of Seed and Plant Introduction and Distribution, and the im- 
provement of plants by breeding and selection , $2,250.00 

Expended as follows: 

Salaries (lump fund roll}: Dprsett, P. H,, pathologist in charge 1,968.75 

Authority (Digest of Appropriations, p. 430): • • • "to originate and improve 
crops by breeding and selection; * * • to cultivate and care for experimental 
gardens and grounds, • • • to • * * propagate, test, and experiment with 
rare new seeds, bulbs, trees, shrubs, vines, cutting, and plants; (or the employment 
. of investigators, * * * and all other labor and scientific assistance required in 
conductii^ investigations and experiments in Washington and elsewhere • * ■." 
{See also under appropriation for "Purchase and distribution oi valuable seeds.") 

(D) CoUon culture farmt. 

(See under appropriation for "Cotton boll weevil investigations.") 

Appropriation: Grain inveetigationB. 

Gbain Standardization. 
Outline of work: Allotment. 

(1) General study of methods of grading grain now in use at the 

various grain centers and their correlation to the percentage 

method proposed by the Department {4,000.00 

(2) Standardization laboratory at Baltimore, Md.; examination and 

reporting upon all samples of grain submitted or obtained at 
Baltimore, especially of cargoes destined for export, which are 
again examined on arrival abroad 4,500.00 

(3) Standardization laboratory at New Orleans, Im.; conducted 

alon^ similar lines to that at Baltimore 4,000.00 

(4) Examination of inspected cargoes at foreign ports; the inspector 

stationed abroad is notified of departure of inspected cargoes 
from the ports of Baltimore and New Orleans, and upon amval 
at destination these cargoes are carefully examined and their 
condition reported. By this means valuable data is secured 
ae to changes due to moisture content and temperature which 
grain undergoes in transit 2, 500. 00 

Total allotment 15, 000. 00 

Expended as followa: 

Salaries (lump-fund roll): , 

Boemer, E. G., special ^ent $1, 154.17 

CarroL, W. P., special agent 665.56 

Duvel, J. W., assiBtant 500.00 

Fitz, Leslie A. , scientific assistant 1, 350. 00 

Leighty , Clyde E. , expert 1, 745. 00 



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Grain Standardization— Continued. 

Salaries (lumpt-fund roll)~ Continued. AUotmcut. 

Momson, G. W., clerk $41.67 

Neal, C. A., assistant 791.67 

Shanahon, J. D., expert in charge •. 2,260.00 

Shane, Ovid, aid 135.00 

Smith, LeroyM., laboratory helper 560.00 

— $9, 183. 07 

Field work: Visite to grain centers for consultation with grain dealers 
and oi^anlzationa, and between laboratories and headquarters, and of 

special t^nt stationed abroad 2,621.96 

Miscellaneous: lahatBitory supplies, materials, and appafatus, and mis- 
cellaneous expenses 3, 150. 48 

Total expenditures 14. 955, 61 

Authority (Digest of Appropriations, p.431}: "To enable the Secretary of Agricul- 
ture to eatabliHh, at such points of export as he may deem expedient, laboratonee lor 
the purpose of examining and reporting upon the nature, quality, and condition of 
any sample, parcel, or consignment of seed or grain, $15,000, or so much thereof aa 
may be necessary; and the Secretary of A^culture is authorized to report upon such 
samples, parcels, or consienmenls bom tune to time, and the reports so made shall 
serve as a basis for the fixing of definite grades and for the issuance of certificates of 
inspection when requested by the consignor or consignee of any grain entering into 
interstate and foreini commerce." 
Appropriation: Ozark Mountain investigations. 

Fruit Spraying Demonstration Work. 

AUotmmit. 
OOtlioe of work: Demonstration work in the spraying of fruit trees for erad- 
ication of parasites, insects, andfunniusdiseasesof fruit trees in the Ozark 
Mountain region of Arkansas and Miseoiui, particularly at Bentonville, 

Ark $3,553.72 

Expended as follows: 
Salanes (lump-fund roll): 

Faurot, F. W., special agent $450,00 

Rorer, Jamea B., scientific aasistant 500,00 

Scott, W. M., plant pathol(«ist 1,833.34 

2,783.34 

Field work; Cooperation with experiment stations and practical fruit grow- 

' ers. inspection of infested orchards, and necessarj' travel 643.07 

Miscellaneous: Office, field, and laboratory supplies, material, and appa- 
ratus, and miscellaneous expenses 123.81 

Total expenditures 3, 550. 22 

Authority {Digest of Appropriations, pp. 429-430-431): " • * • to study plant 
and orchard diseases and demonstrate the treatment of same; * * ■ for the em-, 
plo^rment of investigators, local and special t^nts, • • • experts, • • • 
assistants, student and scientific aids, * * * and all other labor and scientific 



e required in conducting investigations and experiments in the city of Wash- 
inrton and elsewhere; « • « Foractual and necessary traveling expenses;" mis- 
cellaneoUB expenses, • • • "and for all other necessary expenses" • • * 
(appropriation for general expenses). "That the Secretaiy of Agriculture is author- 
ized to expend $5,000 of the amount hereby appropriated to especially investigate 
parasites and orchard diseases prevalent in Mie (JEark Mountain region of the Stotee 
of Missouri and Arkansas, and to work out. if possible, in cooperation with the fruit 
experiment stations of said States, the problem of prevention of such diseases and 
destruction of parasites, and diffuse information along these lines." 
Appropriation: Purchase and distribution of valuable seeds. 

(A) Cong RE SHI ON AL distribution. 

AHotmeiit. 
Outline of work: (1) Vegetable and flower seeds; (2) special seeds, as cot- 
ton, lawn grass, etc.; (3) special plants, orange trees, ornamentals, 

etc.; (4) trial grounds $161,057.33 

Statutory salaries 28, 609, 32 

Total allotment 189, 666. 65 



224 EXPENDTIUKES OF DEPABTMENT OF AGEICULTUBE. 

(A) CoNORBSBioNAL DiBTRiB DTI ON— Continued. 
Sspended as foltowa: 

Salariea (statutory roll): Allotment. 

Allen, Isftbelle, clerk J940,84 

ArmBtrong, H. C 442.00 

Asboaore, C. D., clerk 905.00 

Austin, Mary A., clerk 720.00 

Barberry, if., clerk 427.50 

Bateman, C. C, asBiBtant superintendent 333.33 

Bollinger. Lewis, clerk 88. 67 

Burke, Edmund, clerk 968.05 

Campbell, W. S., meraenger 135. 00 

CUrk, M. K., clerk 14.00 

Chandler, H. F., mesaenger 480.00 

Cwfcraan, G. E., skilled laborer 600.00 

Crandall, F. L.. skilled laborer 615,00 

Cuppemell, Bert, clerk 1,200.00 

D^enhardt, G. A., messenger 396.00 

Frost, F. C. messeiwerboy 30.00 

Gardner. Helen, clerk 1,127.78 

Garton, A. C. clerk 1,200.00 

Gordon, E. F,, clerk 315.00 

-Graham. J. P., clerk 1,133.33 

Hardenstein, F. P. , skilled laborer 449. 17 

Ho^es, A. J., messenger 420.00 

Holland, B. B., inspector 248.00 

Hull, W. S. , watchman 500. 00 

Hurdle, Ivy v., clerk...' 720.00 

Jones, Oliver F., clerk 900.00 

Jeunemann, H. E.. gardener 900.00 

Keadin. Wm, A., clerk 353.33 

Kimball, J. H., BUperintendent.... 423.33 

Knight. E.Q., clerk 1,116,66 

Klopter. Henry, gardener 175. 00 

MacMorris, Laura, clerk 750. 00 

Manefield, C. M., messenger 670.00 

Marcy, Wm. L.. clerk 641.67 

Martin. A. R., clerk 210.00 

Morrison, Lisle, clerk 1, 800. 00 

Muhlemann, B. M„ clerk 613.00 

Neal, C- A.,aaBistant 208.33 

Parker, G. D., clerk 697.00 

Phelpa, Nora H., clerk 500.00 

Phipps, W. H., watchman 300. 00 

Bom^, L. H., clerk 500.00 

Sawyer, A. M., clerk 825.00 

Smith, M. J., skilled laborer 720.00 

Wight, J. C, clerk 800.00 

WischoS, A. E., clerk 442.00 

127,955.99 

Salaries (lump-fund roll): 

Albee, R. S,, clerk 1,043.33 

Bateman, C. C, aasistaiit superintendent 723.33 

Barberry, Marie, clerk 200. 00 

Bort, K. S., laboratory aid 231.94 

Boyle, H. H., gardener 60.00 

Day, M. E., clerk 736.25 

Doyle, E. S.. scientific assistant 667.50 

Dufiy, Sadie, frank counter 360. OO 

Bstler, H.S„ clerk 150.00 

Faunce, H. V., charwoman 540.00 

Galleher, U. H.. unskilled laborer 590.00 

Garrett, W. A., unskilled laborer 77,50 

Gflbert, M. M., classified laborer 496. 34 

Gillingham, M. P., unskilled laborer 462.92 

Goucher, E., special aoent 333. 34 

HwiuneD,S.H.,unBKlled laborer 22.67-. , 

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EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AQRICULTUHE. 229 

(A) CoNGREBaioNAL DiBTRiBUTioN — Continued. 

Salaries (lump-fund roll) — Continued. 

Hall, F. 0., unakilled laborer 1720.00 

Hammeraley, J. J., messenger 478.50 

Henderson, A. T., unskilled laborer 37.50 

Hall, B, H„ unskilled laborer 34.50 

Holland, R. B,, inspector 590.00 

Hume, Edward, unskilled laborer 109. 50 

Mayer, August, expert 600. 00 

Milstead, E, H,, unskilled laborer 590,00 

Neilson, C. W. C, cabinetmaker 444.50 

Pieters, A. J., botanist in charge 611.11 

Ramsdell, K. P., unskilled laborer 660.00 

Rustine, L. C, charwoman 360.00 

Seller, W. 0., skilled lahorer. 184.00 

Small, G. C, clerk ._ 40,00 

Swan, Sidney, unskilled laborer 26. 00 

Tracy, J. E. W. , aseistant superintendent 2, 000. 00 

Tracy, W, W., jr., assistant botanist 2,000.00 

Wheeler, C. F., expert 2,000.00 

Whittleton, R. J., superintendent 2,000.00 

Wine, L. D„ skilled laborer 40.00 

Wood, H. S., painter 4B.00 

120,269.73 

Total salaries 48,226.72 

Packetii^, assembling, and mailing. 116, 109. 92 

Trial grounds, miacelfaneous seeds, plants, etc 7, 094. 20 

Miscellaneous expenses— rent, fre^nt, express, materials, etc 16, 507. 86 

Total expenditures 188, 027. 70 

(B) Purchoie, Uiting, and dtitribution of rare varielies. 

Allotment. 
Outline ot work: (1) Forage of crops and grains; (2) testing; new varietiea. 

especially v^tables; (3) sugar-beet seed; (4) propagating houses $44, 082. 67 

Statutory salaries 5,246.83 

Total allotment 49, 328, 50 

Expended as follows: 
Salaries (statutory roll): 

Allen, C.W., clerk $750.00 

Bell, B. C, clerk 800.00 

Connor, Bernard, clerk 568, 00 

Dulin, M. S,, clerk 38,33 

Evans, W. D., ^rdener 660. 00 

Groesbeck, D. V. H., skilled laborer 533.50 

Horan, Katherine, clerk 26,00 

Klopf er, Henry, gardener 335. 00 

' Ji, T. H.,8kined laborer 66,00 

or. Georee O., skilled laborer 600, 00 

Murphy, J. A., clerk 700. 00 

Roberta, Harry, clerk 120. 00 

Roberts, Henry, clerk 60.00 

5, 245. 83 

Salaries (lump-fund roll): 

Auhagen, Gfiorgi', unskilled laborer 600. 00 

Bort, K. S., laboratory aid 741,66 

Bouton, R, I,,, unakilled laborer 43. 50 

Connor, A. B., soientific a.s8iat«nt 1, 053. 34 

Dodge, L. G.. scientiflc assistant 400.00 

Eckinan, Lulu, clerk 112.50 

Estl.T, H. S,. eli-rk 114. 67 

Evan,s, M. \V,, scicntitic atwistant 350.00 



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226 EXPENDITURES OF DEPABTMENT OF AGEICtlLTUBE. 

(B) PurchOK, testing, and diitribuHon of rare vofU^st — Continued. 

Salaries (lump-fund roll) — Continued. 

Garrett, W. A., unskaied laborer (117.00 

Gibson, W. A., clerk 208.33 

Graner, Mike, gardener 192. 50 

Hinton, Agnee, clerk 40. 00 

Hopkins, P. B., aid 720. 00 

Keeney, C. M,, epecial agent 250.00 

KcemeiH, Will, special ^ent 240.00 

Laird, W. C, clerk 53.33 

Lynn, T.H., unskilled laborer 117.00 

Uinning,H. P., clerk ,.. 54.67 

McKee,Rolandj scientific aadHtant 800.00 

Moree, W. J., saentific assistant 22.50 

Neilsen, H. T., scientific BHsistant 1,100.00 

Oakley, R. A., assistant agroBtolt^list 1,166.67 

Oliver, G. W., expert 1,350.00 

Piper, C. v., agroBtologiat m charge 2, 250. 00 

Rea, E. P., clerk 37.60 

Biggs, J. W. , epecial i^nt 120. 00 

ScEmitz, N., eipert 1,200.00 

Schneider, M. N., clerk 138.00 

Smith, R. H., jr., laboratory aid 600.00 

Steele, Henry, unskilled laborer 210.00 

Stewart, R. , collaborator 60. 00 

Tiacy,W.W.,Br., expert 3,000.00 

Vinall, H. N., scientific aasistant 883.34 

Warren, J, A., scientific aseiBtant 400.00 

WeetgaM, J. M., assistant agroetologist 1,625.00 

Wood, H. 8., paint«r 14.00 

$20,385.61 

Total salaries 25, 631. 34 

Seeds and expenses of propagating and testing work, or travel for in- 
flection work, etc 20, 539. 38 

Miscellaneous office expenses, fuel, gas, electric power, telephone, etc. . 1, 921. 56 

Total expenditures 48, 092. 28 

Authority (Digest of Appropriations, pp. 431-432): "For the purchase, propagation, 
testing, and distribution of valuable seeds, bulbs, trees, shrubs, vines, cuttings, and 
plants; for rent and repairs; the employment of local and special agents, clerks, assist- 
anta, and other labor required in the city of Washington and elsewhere; all necessary 
office fixtures and supplies, fuel, transportation, paper, twine, gum, printing, postal 
cards, gas, and electnc current, traveling expenses, and all necessary matenal and 
repairs for putting up and distriWtii^ the same * * • ." 

Appropriation: Purchase and distribution of valuable seeds (foreign seed and plant 
introduction). 

FoRBioN Seeds. 

Outline of work: (1) Foreign explorations; (2) introduction of special 

crops into the United States $35, 780. 00 

Statutory salaries 2, 490. 01 

Total allotment 38, 270. 01 

Expended as follows: 
Salaries (statutory roll): 

Bell, Mrs. Grace, clerk $1,200.00 

Frazier, C. T., skilled laborer 565,01 

Stothart, T. B., clerk 725.00 

— 2,490.01 

BftUries (lump-fund roll) : 

Barrett, Otis W., assistant 1,838.89 

Beagles, R. L., special agent , 765.00 

Benson, W. D., special agent 55.00 

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FoKBiQN Sbbdh — Continued. 

Salariefl (lump-roli fund) — Continued. 

Boyle, a. H., gardener 1660.00 

Bryant, B. B., unskilled labM«r 3.00 

Derr, H. B.. aBslHtant 869.45 

Fairchild, D. G., agricultural explorer 2,500.00 

Goucher, E., expert 649. 99 

Green, G. R., unBldlled laborer 2.00 

Hall, G. W., fireman 190.00 

Haneen, N. E. , temporary epecial diabursiDg agent 50O. 00 

Johnson, B. G 704. 60 

Klopfer, Henry, gardener 90. 00 

Mann, A. C, gardener 900.00 

Marka, I. G., special agent 420.00 

Mayer, August, expert 400.00 

Meyer, Prank N., agricultural explorer 1,000.00 

Miller, C. 8., unakilled laborer 2.00 

Millott, Eugene, clerk 342. 00 

Nehrling, H. H., collaborator 275.00" 

Owen, C. B., scientific aeeiatant 3.00 

Rowlee. W. W., collaborator 10. 00 

Soper, W. S., unskilled laborer 2.00 

Young, H. A., scientific assistant 127.78 

J12,309.71 

Total salaries 14,799.72 

Purchase of seeds and plants, foreign explorations, and field work, in- 
cludii^ inspection and maintenance of testing and propagating 

houses and grounds 20, 433. 94 

Miscellaneous expenses, office requirements, telegraph, etc 1, 568. 52 

Total expenditures 30, 802. 18 

Authority (Digest of Appropriations, pp. 431-432): Appropriation for purchase and 
distribution of valuable seeds: " Provided further. That $37,780, of which sum, or so 
much thereof as the Secretary of Agriculture shall direct, may be used to collect, 
purchase, test, prop^ate, and distribute rare and valuable seeds, bulbs, trees, shrubs, 
vines, cuttings, and plants from foreign countries or from our possessions for experi- 
ments with reference to their introduction into and cultivation in this country; and the 
seeds bulbs, trees, shrubs, vines, cuttings, and plants thus collected, purchased, 
tested, and propagated shall not be included in general distribution, but shall be 
used tor experimental tests, to be carried on with the cooperation of the ^ricultural 

Appropriation: Cotton boll-weevil investteations. 

Authority (Digest of Appropriations, p. 432): "To enable the Secretary of Agricul- 
ture to meet the eme:^ncy caused by the continued spread of the Mexican cotton 
boll weevil in the Southern States, by encoun^ing the diversification of crops, 
improved cultural methods, breeding of new cottons, and to study the diseases of cot- 
ton, $105,000, or so much thereof as may be necesMry. And the Secretary of Agricul- 
ture is hereby authorized to spend said appropriation in such manner as he Bhalldeem 
best, in cooperation with the State expenmental stations and practical cotton grow- 
ers.— Agricultural act, June 30, 1906." 

I. Diversification of Cbopb. 
(A) Farm management inveitigatiom. 
Outline of work: 

(1) Farm management, districts in the South: (a) District No. 1, 
which includes North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and 
Florida; (b) District No. 2, which includes Alabama, Missis- 
sippi, and Tennessee; (e) District No. 3, which includes Lou- 
isiana, Arkansas, and Missouri: (d) District No. 4, which cov- 
ers the State of Texas. In all of these districts object-lesson 
farms have been eetablished, croppii^ systems have been 
drawn up and are beii^ followed by practical fanners, with a 
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J)BS EXPENDITUBBS OP DBPAHTMENT OF AQRICULTUBE. 

(A) Farm managBiamt invettigatUmt — Continued. 

Outline of work — Continued. ' Allotmoit. 

2) Crop problems, diversification with truck crops, etc $22,308.33 

Statutory ealwiee .* 2,642.38 

Total fillotment 24, 950. 71 

Expended an foUowfl: 
Salaries (statutory roll); 

Draper, A. F., clerk $955.56 

Godtng, Harry, clerk 572.92 

Price, N. G,, clerk 1, 113. 90 

2,642.38 

Salaries (lump-tund roll); 

Benton, Harmon, aesistant agriculturiet 1,400.00 

Brodie, B. A., assistant agriculturist 2,000.00 

Carrier, Lyman, scientific assistant 200. 00 

Gates, J. S., scientific assistant 979. 17 

Crosby, M, A., scientific assistant 1,400.00 

Drake, J. A., scientific asBistant 233.34 

Duggar. J. F., special agent 125.00 

Easterbrook, Henry, special agent 350.00 

Froley , J". W. , executive aesistant 200. 00 

Gay, J., special agent 30, 00 

Glaseon, F. J., expert 250.00 

Coding, Harry, clerk 308. 33 

Lloyd, E. R., special agent 120. 00 

McClellanU, C. K-, scientific asaiatMit 500. 00 

McClure, H. B., scientific assistant 166.67 

Peck, W. A., assistant agriculturist 166. 67 

Polk, Wm„ collaborator 150.00 

Quinn, C. F„ scientific assistant 166.67 

Richardson, F. E., special agent 166.67 

Smith. C. B.. scientific assistant 333,34 

Spillman, W. J., agriculturist in charge 260.00 

Stewart, S. M., special agent 200.00 

Tracy, S. M.. special agent : 2,000,00 

Warburton, C. W., assistant agronomist 933.33 

Williamson, W. L., special agent 350.00 

— 12, 979. 19 

Total salaries 15, 621. 57 

Field work: Cooperation with experiment stations and practical cotton 

growers, inspection of demonstration farms, and necessary travel 6,671.62 

Miscellaneous: Field supplies, express, telephone and telegraph charges, 

and miscellaneous expenses 215,53 

Total expenditures 22, 508. 37 

(B) San Antonio, Tex., experiment farm. 

Outline of work: Various crops are grown at this farm for the purpose of 
demonstrating the practicability of diversification in a semiarid dis- 
trict 15.848.75 

Expended as follows: 
Salaries (lump-fund roll): 

Childers, G, W., unskilled laborer 1480, 00 

Guerro, Joe, laborer 180. 00 

Guerro, Philipe, unskilled laborer 156. 00 

Headley. F. B., scientific assistant 1.200.00 

Hastings, S. H., agent 436. 00 

James, Robert, laborer 40.00 

Kempton, T., unskilled laborer 35.00 

Scofield.C. S., agriculturist 468.75 



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(S) San Anbtmo, Ta., ffiEptrnn^iU/iirwi— Con tinned. 

Sidariea (imnp-tund roll) — Continued. 

Stedman, A. M., laborer W80.00 

Stedman, H. W., laborer 160.00 

$3,335.75 

Field work : Cost of cultivation, iuBpection, and neceesar^ travel, etc . . . 2, 209. 76 
Miacellaneous: Field suppliee. eeeds, express, telegraph and telephone 
chargCB, etc 197. 40 

Total expenditures. 6,742.91 

II. IMPSOTIBHKNT OF CULTnB*!. METHODS. 

Outline rf work; On several hundred demonstration farms cottlon is 
grown by Coopeiatora, who are practical cotton growers, under instruc- 
tions ani direct Buperviaion of a corps of apecial agents, for the purpose 
ot demonstrating that with proper cultural methods cotton can be suc- 
cesefully and profitably produced deBoite the presence of the boil- 
weevil $40,000.00 

Esptended as follows: 
Salaries (lump-fund roll): 

Adger, Joe, sr., collaborator $0.33 

Alflop, 8. B., special agent 466.67 

Apple. W. J., special agent 293.33 

Bamberge, Wm,, collaborator 12. 00 

Barrow, D. N., cooperator .88 

Bentley, W. B., special agent 1,176.67 

Berryman, L. J., special agent 900.00 

Bishop, E. A., coUaBoiator .65 

Boyce, C. W., special agent 510. 00 

CaldweU, D. R., special agent 840.00, 

Campbell, R. M., cooperator .64 

Campbell, W. W., special agent 256.00 

Carson, JameeW., special agent 160.00 

Cowdin,E. P., special agent 792.50 



Evans, J. A., special ^nt 

Pranklin, C. L., special £^ni om. iru 

FeatheiBton. L, M., ^eciali^ient 960.00 



Gentry, E., special agent 262. 67 

Giles, R. E., special t^nt 633.33 

GlasseU, W. E., cooperator 12. 00 

Ball, G. A., special agent 53.33 

Hilley, F, A., special t^ent 240. 00 

Hudson, C. B., cooperator .67 

Ingram, I. S., cooperator .42 

-Kinnebrew. Irene, special agent 900.00 

Kmapp, S. A., special agent 3, 000. 00 

McIQiight, H. L., special a«ent 240.00 

McLaughlin. F. M., special agent 193.33 

Mehai^, A. S,, cooperator .75 

Moore, M. S., special agent 60.00 

Nagle, C. L., asHistant 37.50 

N«le, Clara M., special agent 245,00 

PeSer, T. L., special agent 307.50 

Penin, L. F., apecial agent 1,200.00 

Phelps, J. C, cooperator 67 

Pierce. J. B., cooperator .55 

Proctor, W, F., special agent 1,300.00 

Quicksall, J. F., special £^nt 1,200.00 

Rhodes. P. H., cooperator .32 

Sandy, T, V.. cooperator .55 

Savefly, H. P., cooperator 1.00 

Slattery, J. P., special agent 400.00 

Smith, E. W., special agent 1,200.00 

Btftllings, W. C, special agent 381-67 , . ,] , 



380 EXPENDITURES OP DEPABTMENT OF AGBICULTUEE. 

II. Imfbovbhbkt of Cultukb Methods — Continued. 

Salariefl (iump-tund roll)— Continued. AUotnwnt. 

Stiles, J. R.. cooperator $0. 08 

Swaty, A. V., special agent 1,200.00 

Tate, H. D., cooperator .65 

Waldrop, C. S., .cooperator .63 

Walker, J. B., special agent 218.67 

WatldnE, W, J., special agent 654.67 

Wateon, H. L., special agent '. 233.33 

WatBon. S, H., special £^nt 195.00 

Wells, Wm.,Janitor 17.50 

Wemple, J. E., epecial agent 1,200.00 

Willie, J. W., cooperator .42 

Wilson, R. S., cooperator .34 

. — $24,326.12 

Field work; Cooperation with practical fanners, inspection of demon- 
. r stration farms and neceeaarv traveling expenses 15,299.32 

Uiscellaneous: OSice and field supplies, rent, freight, express, and tele- 
graph chaises, etc 351. 29 

Total expenditures 39, 976. 73 

III. Brbbding op New Cotoon. 

(A) Cotton breeding inveetigationt. 

Outline of work: AUotmant. 

(1) Production of upland cotton with longer and better staple 12,720.00 

(2) Production of early varieties of cotton 5,725.00 

(3l Production of boll weevil resistant cotton 1,326.00 

(4) Increasing the production of ^ort staple cotton, including the 

testing of vaneties to determine their comparative yield and 
the systematic selection of good plahts and their ped^ee breed- 
ing on a large scale 6,'660. 00 

(5) Adaptation of Egyptian cotton, including the breeding and se- 

lection of imparted strains and the testing of hybrids . 1, 345. 00 

f6J Breeding cotton for incrtased oil content 790.00 

(71 Testing the value of selected cotton seed by weight. . ; 1, 000. 00 

(8) Testing cotton-seed meal with whole cotton seed as a fertilizer 250. 00 

(9) Study of cotton-breedii^ methods 2,125.00 

21,840.00 
Statutory salaries 14.00 

ToUl allotment 23, 854. 00 

Expended as follows: 

Salaries (statutory roll): Braden, F. C, clerk 14.00 

Salaries (lump-fund roll): 

Allard, H, A., scientific assistant $960.00 

Bain, S. M., special agent 1,206.00 

Bennett, R. L., special agent 2,000.00 

Bobs, R. M., clerk 445.67 

Boykin,B.B., special (Kent 1,100.00 

Bright, V.S., unskilled laborer 40.00 

Doyle, IdaL., messei^er 840,00 

Hamilton, Alex . ,' laborer 360. 00 

Hope, W. B., clerk- 258. OO 

Holland, J. B., clerk 630,00 

McGlaason, Robert, clerk 140. 00 

McMahan, Clyde, clerk 116.00 

Price, W. A., laborer 588.00 

Reid, W. A., clerk 523. 33 

Saunders, D. A., special agent 1,600.00 

Shamel, A. D., phyaiolc^st in charge 333.34 

Shoemaker, D. N., special agent 1,675,00 



Goo<^lc 



EXPENDITTTBES OF DEPABTMENT OF AGBiaULTTrBE;. 231 

III. Bbeedino of New Oottoh — Oontinued. 

Salaiiw (lump-timd toll) — Continued. 

Webber, H. J., collaborator }91B.67 

Work, H.,unHkmed laborer 31.50 

»13,562.51 

Total Balariea 13, 576. 61 

Field work: Cooperation with experiment stations and practical farmers, 
cultivation and inspection of experimental fields and actual and necee- 

eaiy traveling eipenaee 6, 695.99 

HisceUaneous: Office, field and Iaboi&t»ry supplies and apparatus, and 

miscellaneous expenses 1, 352. 79 

Total expenditures 21, 625. 29 

Weevil-Tegiatant cotton inve»tigatumi. 



Outline ot work: 

Culture and acclimatization of weevil-resistant varieties of cotton 
found in Central America, the original home of the cotton boll 

weevil $9,502.92 

Statutory salaries 1,200.00 

Total allotment 10, 702. 92 

Expended as follows: 

Salaries (statutory roll), Meloy, Guy S., clerk...- $1,200.00 

Salaries (lunrp-fimd roll): 

Collins, G. N., assistant botanist 450. 00 

Cook O. F., btonomist 572. 92 

KinaJer, J. D., special agent 405.00 

Kinder, J. H., special i^ent 1,500.00 

Lewton, F. L., scientific asBistant '. 533.34 

Pittier, H., special agent 2, 260. OO 

5,711.26 

Total salaries 6,911.26 

Field work: Cultivation and inspection of experimental fields and nec- 
essary tiaveling expenses 2, 143. 68 

Miscellaneous: Meld mipplies, ft«ight, express, and tel^raph chaigea, 
and miscellaneous expenses 491.06 

Total expenditures 0, 646. 99 

IV. Studv of Cotton DiasASBs. 



Outline of work: 

Study of the wilt disease of sea-island cotton and the study of cotton 

root rot, rust, antbracnose, and of the shedding of cotton bolls 15,500.00 

Expended as follows: 
Salanes (lump-fund roll); 

Du^r, J . F. , eoUaboator $75. 00 

Duncan, L. N., collaborator 275.00 

Gilbert, W.W., scientific assistant 180.00 

Howell, W. M„ collaborator 13.33 

Kimball, Anna L., clerk 22. 22 

Miles, G. F., scientific assistant 500.00 

Orton, W. A., pathologist in chaise 1,683.33 

Wood.Mre. A. L.,cler\ 229.18 

3,178.06 

Field work: Cooperation with experiment stations and practical grow- 
ers, cultivation and inspection ot experimental fields, and necessary travel 

in connection therewith 1,271.96 

Miscellaneous: Office, field, and laboratory supplies and apparatus, and 
miscellaneous expenses 482. 03 

Total expenditures '. 4,932.04 

Appropriation: Cotton boll weevil investigations, 1907-8. (Immediately 
available.) - l 



jJsg EXPENDJTUBES OF DEPAfiTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

Cotlon cultwrejaxm*. 
Outline of work: AUotmBnt. 
Demonstration work on several hundred fanna of cooperatots, who cul- 
tivate their crops in accordance with iuBtructions tmd under the 

supervision of a corps of special agente $40,000.00 

Expended as follows: 
Salanee (lump-fund roll): 

Allen C. E., special agent (366.67 

Davidson, R . C. , special agent 309. 33 

Gigleux, E. J., Bpecial agent 220.00 

Graham, T. L., special agent 232.00 

Hufiman, L. J., special agent 386.67 

McWilliamB, J. P., special agent 212. 00 

Moore, J. J., special agent 232.00 

Orma, G. W., special agent 282.67 

Plunkett, T. O:, special agent 483.33 

Pniitt, G. H., special agent 309. 33 

Sutlan, G. R., special agent 290.00 

Swaty, D. R., special agent 232.00 

Terrell, T, B., special agent 309.33 

Utts, A. J., special agent 282.67 

Wade, J. A., special agent 232. 00 

Total salaries 4, 380. 00 

Field work : Cooperation with practical cotton growers, inspection of dem- 
onstration fields, and necessary travel 2, 007. 04 

Total expenditures to June 30, 1907 6,387.04 

Balance available to June 30, 1908 33,612.9« 

40,000.00 

FOREST SERVICE. 



STATUTORY BALARIEB. 



Name. 


TitlB and rate. 


salary. 


paid Eor 
station 


Plnchot Glflord 












1,800 
1,600 
1,600 

!;!SI 
!;S 

1,400 
1,200 
1,200 
1,200 
300 
«00 
163 
l,03f 

l|lO( 
'«! 

il 


i 

i 
i 

i 
I 

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Bradlonl. Virginia P 

Enoch, Henry H 



















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EXPBNDIIUBES OF DEPARTMENT OF AOBIOULTUBE. 



FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



8TATDT0RT 8AUUUD»— COBUcaOd. 



Nude. 


TiUe and rate. 


Kulary. 


travel and 

and field 
expeums. 






Si 

Uig.33 
IE. 77 
S.U 
760.00 

moo 

800,00 
900.00 

coaoo 

225.00 

77S.0O 
126,00 
800.00 

800.00 
900.00 
SOO.OD 

soaoo 
8co!oo 

800.00 

soaoo 

BOOlCO 

BOOlOO 

II 

700.00 
700.00 

700:00 
700.00 
700.00 

Toaoo 

700.00 
700.00 

is 

098. Oft 
624.16 

Ti 
al 

262.0) 

Si 

eocoo 
«aaoD 
ooaoo 






Cleric, flt woo 








|S'SS.fr».»/.--::;: 

SStsSii-::;:::; 






t543I» 


KhAWSKV;;: 














Rector. L. Belle 




If&ngui. WilUunJ 

Wiley. Alba tl A 








'ci4r2?M«s«;;::::;;::;;:::;:;::::::::;:::::::. 




MoPheraon, L, R 

Brewer. Li Ja 

Childe. Mary M 






flartrell, Laura R 

Hswktas, Coru J 

Lyddana. OerCtadeC 










R^,Ma,tMe^...v.'.::::::::: 








::::;'!::::;:::;:::;:::::":::;;:";::;:;::;;:;;: 




asffis-: 
















■cii-rtiiw«i.::::;::::::;::::::::::::::::;::::: 
















iiss'Sr." 




ift^hS,"::::;::::::: 

Kunw.6eliaB 






Sanderlln, Pttttie 


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do 






do 
















Rhode, Rosemary 


::::|::;:::;:::::::;::;:;::;::;:::;::::::::;::: 


29 -J 


















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Clerk, at MOO 















EXPENDITURES OF DBPABTMBNT OP AQBIOTJLTUKB. 



FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



STATUTORY SALAKIBS— CoDtlnued. 



Name. 


TitlB,ftnd ralfl. 


af 


paid for 
travel and 

eipen>w. 






t«a).i]a 

II 

acta) 

610.00 

M5.00 
336.00 

II 

*[i!oo 
saaoo 

1,800.00 

i,«».oa 

!«S 

1,200.00 
1,000.00 

'«S 

23S.8B 

m33 
1,000.00 
1,400.00 

ijoooioo 

720.00 

is 

700.00 

II 

moo 

ll 

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if appropriation 1113,880.00 

laid for BaEarieB... 112,133.18 



Unexpended balance . , 



DiB.1izedOyGoO(^lc 



ESPBNDITUBES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 



FOREST SERVICE— Continoed. 



LDMP-FUND 




In WaiMngUm. 



Ad&ms, James 



Associate locester, at S3,009 

Expert lumberman, at (3,000 

General inspector and special & 
$2,700, ana aesista--——— - 



id aeeistant loreeter. i 



lal Bgenti a 
:»,<5o. 



Sherrard. Thomas H 
Sudvortli. Oeo^e B 
SterlinE. Ernest A.. 
Potter, Albert F.... 



._ . ...itlocei 
.1 Inspector of g. 



iOO, and asdnant 



Campbell, Jose^ K.... 

AUen, EdwardTT 

Benedict, Kaymond E. 

Brrant. Ralnn C 

Chittenden, Alfred K.. 



terTEdi 



Carter, Edward E . . . 

Oreeley, William B . . 
BronsOQ, Daniel D. . 
Bedlngtoa, FaulO.. 
Da Bds.Coert 



Crawford. Carl a. 

GilnDell. Henry... 
Clarlc WUIardW. 

Tompldns, Harry J . 



ittl,S(»... 



__, ._ eraiiiig,a 

lorester, atSa.SOO. 

Inspector of graslng, at 

Inspector ol grazing, at tl,^ and tl,SO0. ■ . 
Inspector of glazing ,at tl.200. . . 

Forest Inspector, at t2,400 

Forest inspector, at (3,000 



Forest Inspector, at ll,«X) and 11,700 . . . 
Forest inspector, at tl.SOO, and cbiel ol 

agement, at 12,200. 
Foiestinspector. atSl.500andtl.T0O... 
Forest Inspector, at tl,«0 -... 



Assistant forest Inspector and forest inspector | 



.CharlesS Assistant forest 

ol orgomiatloi- 

Beed, FrankUn W As^tant forest Inspector 

atSI,«00. 

Qotbler, Geo. L | Assistant forest Inspectoi 



lupervisor, attl,700. 
3st Inspector, at tl.TOO... 
- ■ ipector, at tl,«10, a 



idlorftstioapBctor ] 

,ttl,flOO I 

id forest Inspector, | 



BprlDg. Samuel N 

La Fountain, W. E... 

Hodge, Wm.C, Jr.... 
Woodward, Karl W.. 
Homans, 0. Morris. . . 

Woolaey, Theo, 8., jr.. 



at forest Inspector, at 



est Inspector, at tl. 100. . . 
est loapeotor, atOOO. .... 
uitattl,500andchlefofsi: 



Woodoury, T, D AsslatanI 

LuU, Gerard B Asslstanl 

ZoQ, Raphsel Forest as 

»2,000. 

Miller, Louis C i ForestassistaDt.andasslstantforestmspector, | 

I at tl,^. and chief of planting, at 11,800. I 
Oiemann, Harry D FarestasslBtantandasslatantloTestlnspectar, ! 



















ispector, at 


Welgle, William Q 


II ,800. and oWeJ of wood utilliatio 



eoaoo 

35J.50 

3oaaa 



286 EXPENDITUBES OP DEPABTMENT Or AGRICULTURE. 

FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 

Report of expenditwet for the fiecal mar ended Jutu SO, 1907, under appropriation 
'^Oeneral txperuei, Fortit Service. 1907, ?«a7,J.fO"— Continued. 

LUMF-FDND SALARIES — Continued. 



NaniB. 


TillBandraM. 


paid lor 


paid for 


la WaiHinglon—CoDaaara. 




rcaoo 

1,383.33 
1,000.01 

»- 

if 

1,2S3.34 
1,283.34 

1,083,33 

i,i9«:a7 

i;2oo:oo 

i.ioaoa 

«3.33 
1,200.00 

i;iee.67 

1,200.00 

i;2oaoo 
1,100.00 

1,200-00 
1,2(M).00 
3M.S3 
507.00 

I'll 
''ii 

, 00.00 

. 00.00 

, oaoo 

;068.87 

i.aoaoo 

W7.23 
760.00 

606: 60 

so! 00 

Si 

Vtl.73 






FoTMt a$eiatuit, at 11,300, &nd cbiel ol recon- 

Foreet assistant and osslatant forest Inspector, 
at »1,300, 










































Forest anlataDt, &t n,a)a, and chlet ot timber 

BaltM, at 11,700. 
Forest »se(stant, at M,2(», and chief of cooper- 
Forest assistant, at tl Joo, and chief of reserre 

bouQdaries.atllJiOO. 
























































































g^SsT^:'ii' 










































Forest assistant, at 11.200, at tl2, and at 11,200. 
Fortat asslBtant. at »1,200, and collaborator, at 






























KW^ii 




























§SS,'SSd°;;::::::;" 


::::|:::;:::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::: 












'SSrSil'.'.S'ia-"' « ~°"- 








rrothliig]iam.E.H. 


Forest assistant, at tl.OOO. and chief of com- 
pilation, at 11,200. 


























































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EXPENDITURES OF DEPABTMENT OF AGEICULTUBE. 237 

FOREST SEEVICB— Continued. 

Report of CKvendituTa for the fiical yew ended June SO, 1907, under appropriation 
''General expends, Farat Service, 1907; $887,140 "—Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES— Cantin lied. 



Haves. 














LeUnd 


JolinD 



iCdl drattsaiBa. at tl, 
Aasiatsnt fOTeat expert 

Expert tn plant ecology 



73. S3 



».„, 


Title and rate. 


Si" 




In Wathi'ngfaa—CoDtlTiaei. 




900.01 

CLCW 
1,263.' 33 

375.no 

375.00 
375,00 
125,00 

375.00 
«6,fl7 
375.00 

1,819.« 
2,275,00 

2,083.33 

46«!66 
1,400.00 
1,2M,67 

610.00 

Ji 

litMM 
133.33 
1,050.00 






































































K«-iS-w 












Forest ajaistant. at JMO 




















M^atant forest Inapector, at 11,300. 






130 05 














































Expert, at t2,SM, and expert and editor, at 










E^rt'at il,80tt and i2,a», and expert and 




















Expert at Jl,«lO, and expert and ehlel of claims, 


















Expert, at 11,200, and expert and chief of publi- 
cations, at ll,eoi). 
Expert, at 11,200 and 11,400, and expert and 
^t b) dlatflbutlon. at ll,S0O. 










































ialifcp 




















von Wemstailt, Lage 

















Cooi^lc 



EXPEKDITUBES OF DEPARTMENT ■OP AGMCULTUBE. 
FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES— CoDtlnaed 



In Waaktngloa-Omtlmwi. 

Tlbbott.O.H 

HiU, Harry L 

Oow, BamaidA 

Pejrton. J.8 

StroDK. Looy U 

Will. Thomas B 

Dirtrow, B. F 



t, T. A.. 



Squire. Charles B. 
FslDk, Joseplt G . . 
Adams, f-— -- " 
Campbel 

atrauee. FIoiBDCs D 

Aoderean, M, N 

BlasBing, Wm. K... 

LovlDg, H. I 

Sheiman, Wuien F 
Brothers. Cliea.S... 



ilpbeU. Bob 



Stan, Carrie U 

Andrews, Bessie U . . 

Fairfax. Lucie E 

Owens. Nelson A 

UcLawa, UetaT.... 
Harrison, Louise T.. 

Honce, Stella W 

FAzer, Adele F 

Rancke, Lillian V 

Oonter, Oara n 

DeLoBB. UarionW.. 
Pence, Zula F 



ChrlBty^ Katherlne B 



Llscom, Edith D . . 

UcCllntOD, C 

UeOrwor, L. L.... 

UcNalTv, Ella 

HcFate, E. L 

Uanderfeld. BIna. . 



Honahaa, E. C . . 



Clerk to Forester, i 



id ODiiaborator, at 1300. ■ . 



Property elerk. at 11,200. . 
CletV at 11.200 



Lawolerk, atlMO... 

do 

Cleric, stenographer. 



Clerk, at 

Clerk, at . . . 

Clerk, stenographer, 



it^mT.... 



Clerk, typewi 
Clerk, atenogi 



ond typewriter, at MH. . 

and tjrpewrlteV.'at tS40. , 

typewriter, at tTX. 

,'andnpewriteV,'attTOli! 
I (TOO 

,'and typewriter, at WOO. . 



ffiS 


MD1I.8T 










Z'S 


2tLgi 






STi 


siin- 







OP DEPABTMENT OP AGBICULTUHE. 



FOEEST SERVICE— Continued. 



LUUP-FUND SALARIES — Continued. 



NanHi. 


Tttle and rata. 


3H 




In JpMftftisioH-Continned. 




iMo.ao 

11 

lS6.eT 










































is 
li 

is 

II 
























aertt^wiiMr.atiflOOiuidiMi) 








































































moo 

li 
|i 

11 

isoioo 

50.00 
35.00 
14S.33 
138.33 
























































































































il'*'v™it^lilS"' " 










Jojn^, uamle L. 




68 
BO 
201 

1 

Hi 
19 

1 
1 


33 
00 

i 

00 

i 

00 
00 
33 


































































































































PhilUps, Emma B 









240 EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE. 

FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 

Report oj experidituTe» for the Ateal year eiided June SO, 1907, under appropriatwn 
''General expentet, Forut Service. 1907. f 8S7, 140"— ContinMed. 



LUMP-PDND SALAHIES— Continued 



In Wa^Mngtaa — CoDtlniied. 



Smltb, Grace C... 



Thomas, araoo D.. 



Glase, Cornelia... 



Imhofl, £imeV".;i 
KmtlDg, EdlUiF.. 
KendJK, Laura L... 



Patterson, H. I 



nebaclier, Rosa C 



Riddsll. Laura O.. 
Hoblnaon, Laura J. 
SlmonsDii, Matle... 



WalCoD, Janet I. 



Clerk, typewriter, at t4S0 and MOO. . . 

Cleric, at M80 snd »600 

Clerk, at (480 



Aclrer, BaraJi L . . 



CottiBll, Laura... 



Hoyle, A.E 

Kirtland, A. G 

Noyes, Clare B 

Stewart, MaryC 

Throofcmoiton, R. C 

Waggaman, Joaephliie. , , 

Wiloox, Myrtle O. 

Jonofl.CC 

llahn. J, S., jr 

Fauiioe, PhlUp W , 



d copyist topograph- 



L and copyist topographical dratts- 



Draftaman, at tflOO. . 



Topinraplitcal drattsman. atUOd 

Copyist, topographical draftsman, at (900. . . 

Copyist, tVpograjiical'draitsman, at WOn. . . 



Photograniier, at 1900 

Lithogiapher. at *720 and 1900. . . 
Lithogrepber hclpai, at MOO 



48.00 I 

1S7.M ; 

laasT !!"!;!!!;:!! 

64 00 , 

140.00 ter.jo 
140.00 ' se. 10 
lej.fio 











611 66 








fl85.0O 










^?s 


















138.33 






281.87 







lyGoot^lc 



EXPENDITUBES OP DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUI.TUKE. 



FOHEST SERVICE— Contiiined. 



LUMP-PDND SALARIES— iContlnaed. 



In H'usMntMot)— ContiDoed. 

Plereo, Chas. R 

BldredgB.I.F 

Benedict. J. Y. St. J 

OnUeof, Howard B 

B«rd, Oeo. Philip 

Bradlej'.L. W 

CalUue, Bugta 

Chandlei, JaineB M 



Hallonui, &^h A... 

EOmiDel, J, f; 

UoOoTeni,Edw. J... 

Pond, Riu««ll Q 

Preaton, Jotm F 

Bawyer, 0«o. E 

Sou*, A. G 



Iiockmne, Jomea U. . . 

Killer, U,U 

Munciuiuyflr, Fred — 

Rocsrs, Ralph U 

SpeUbring, J. A 

Sadler, Wallace L 



Curtis, C.T 

Uiiuall, HenijC... 
Tate, Walter P 

HIITh. A 

Sallsbnr;, Uaty A.. 

Bniseas, EmllT 

Hutohlasoa, H 

ICoDoTiald, U. L 

Sbowera, Uaggis 

Sneed, Uartha 

Wbltliig,AnnleA... 
YateTE.M 

Total 

8. Doc. 42e. 60-1- 



it tSOO and t1 per diem, a 
it taoo. and torest aadatant. 



Forest itudent, at 1301).. . 



Telephone lineman and lepalrei, at 165 per 
inontb. 

Carpenter, at tS.no per diem 

Carpenter, at K.SO per diem and at (T20. .. . 

Carpenter, at 13 par dlam .' 

Painter, at t3.(IO per diem 



do 

do... 

Skilled laborer, at KOO 

Skilled laborer, at l«). 

Skilled labonr, at UO pet moath, and llth<«- 
rapher helper, at (2 per diem. 

Laborer, at (45 per month 

Uoakilied laborer, at IflW 

UnsklUed laborer, at US per month and tl.SO 



borer (Ch 
,att4S0. 



[Charwonuin), at 1240... 



Charwoman, at Kio. . 



242 EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

FOREST 8BBVICB— Continued. 

Report of ezpenMturet for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907, uTukr approprvUw 
'^Gmtral expenses, Forett Servke, 1907, fS87,IiO"— Continued. 

LUMP-t"UND SALARIES— Continued. 



Title uid rate. 



Hunt, Loren E 

Clioe, UcO&rvej' . . 
Kcapp, Joeepb B.. 



enguieer, be »s,\mj ana K,jjt, 

^ineer 'la timber tRBU, at t2,bo> 
. Engineer in timlwT testa, at 11,601 
. Engineerln timber tests, at tl,3X 

wood usee, at tl.fiOO. 
. Engineer in timber testa, at 11,20 



Helm, Arthur L... 
Vanemann, T. W.. 
Blxby, James Otr. 
UoKenEie,U. E... 



jDiuivi, n. o.... ....... 

Oee^W.C 

Sheller, David B 

Miller, Robt.£ 

Alien, O.F 

Fearcs.Wm.H 

Kneipp, Leon F 

Pooler, F.C.W 

BIrIi, Jamea A 

Bimkeh Page B 

Jcoes, Zeph 

Kerr, JOlui 

Uaimrailiw, £dv. 8 . . , 

Rusaeil, BdWln C 

Farmer, John W 

Kinney, David G 

Morrisey, Edw. F 

Ualng.QayB 

Moore, Hobert J 

Rutledge.R.H 

Toiatenson.NelsO.... 

Pttton. David E 

Marshall, D. a... 

Wyman, Cyrus K 

Kelson, JeweW '.. 

MoKlnnon, Wm. K 



HaU.Chaa.C 

Harris. Hugh H.... 
Ulnderer.^ias. H.. 
WIllson.K.a 



. Teel^ ase 
. AgeDtln tt 



^leaasiat 

attsoa... 



. AgeDtTn timber teste, at 

. E7q>ert, at 11,000 

. Expert, at tl, SCO 



Porpet supervisor, i 
. Forest superriaorl at H, TOO... 
. Forest BUp^^aor. at 11,600... 



. Forest supervisor, at tl.SOO.. . 

;:::::dS::::::::::::::::;::::::: 

. Forsst sapervisor, attl,l00... 

\'//".6oy^y/^y//^'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

. Deputy forest supervisor, att 

io\y////^y.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'."'. 

uty forest aupervlaor 
__id forest supervisor, a 

. Foreat ranger, at tl,100,ai 
man, atSl.SOO 

. Forest ranger, at »1,*C0. . 



Chldsey. Thomas E . . . . 

Anderson. Milton J ao. 

Britten, Emeet i Forest 

CftUIster, T. C I do. 

iDgram, OuyU ! do . 

McMiillin, Chas^E.' ."!;!!;!!!;! iiiildo! 

Pogge. UMchC I do. 

Spaulding. T, C do. 

Spenoer. H. L ..I do. 

Stahl.Car]J do. 

Steele, Foster ! do. 

Whidden, Oeo. L do- 

Whltney.F D do. 



EXPENDITURES OP DEPARTMENT OF AGRIGULTUpE. 243 

FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 

Report of expetiditures for the fiaad year ended, June SO, 1907, vnder appropriatum 
''Genial expenses, Forat Service, 1907, $887,140" — Continued. 

LUMP-FUND SALARIES— Continued. 



NamB. 


Title ana rate. 


'Si 


paid lor 
travel anp 

expeusu. 


OiU of Waahi'oglon—ConVd. 




3*6.67 

Si 

366.67 
166.67 

|i 

263.34 

11 

ii 

418.67 
40.00 

11 

Ii 

300.0) 

m'.x 
II 

lis 






DeputT toiBst ruieer, st 11,100, and deputy 
ftreet supervisor, at »l,200. 








































Deputy toiest lajKer, at 11,000, and forest 
rSn«ratM,2(»3«,400, 






























EdgBiton.E.S 








Mdmr, Perej ^ 


-|--r- ::::-::::::: 


S7.26 




























































































Cryder, Wm. W., ]r 


Deputy (orest ranger, at WOO and tl,OSO, and 
lorest ranger, at ll,*KI. 


4,38 










Awfistant foreet ranger, at WOO, and (oieat 
ranger, at 11,200. 






582,20 




Ae^Btsnt lorest raucer, at tWO, and deputy 
loreet ranger, at tMioo. 






































































































































O^^^Fi^ 





























EXPENDITURES OP' DEPABTMENT OF AGBICULTUEE. 



FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



LUMP-FDND SAIARIBB — Continued. 



Nime. 


Title and rate. 


pald^ 
Balary. 


travel and 

and add 
(Spenaaa. 


Oat of Wosftinuton-Cont'd. 


Aaslatont f oiest langec, at two 

:::::|::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::: 
.lV/.aoV.y^v^y/^v^\v^y^v^v^'.l\v^v.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
:::::3;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 

do 

do 

;:::t:::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::: 


*m'oo 
moo 

310.00 

moo 

300.00 

II 

269.00 

xa.m 

. 7S.O0 
300.00 

|:S 

il 

300.00 

li 
i;i 

300.00 
327.90 

Si 

28&90 

li 
11 

si 50 

11 

229.00 

li 

moo 

■li 

107.90 




la^ST-.J.:::::::::: 
SjJSqSEv;::::::: 




8. OS 




















gJTAiCr'iS-:: ::::::::::: 


do 
















































PeterBon, Pater Q 


,-i:-il 










do 








































^^^SSiitoiOTE 






























































































































ii 














































































oubro«tii.E.B'.!!'.:;:::;:;: 






;::::dS::::;;::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 





EXPENDITUBES OP DEPARTMENT OF AQHICULTURE. 245 

rORBST SERVICE— Continued. 



''General expenses, Forest S 

LUMP-FOND SALARIES— Continued. 



Num. 


Title and ntM. 


«' 


■Si 


Ota of irMAiiiflton-Confd. 




M 

lis. 01) 

li 

225. W 

li 

M 
li 

li 

IT.H) 

li 

iez.50 

15D.00 

207. S) 
201.72 

li 

22e!aa 

270.00 

|i 


































































































































































































































































;;;;l;;;;;;;;;;;;;:;:i;;;:;;;;;;;;;;;;:i;;;:;:; 






























































•SSefSli S, *"■ "' ■"""' """ 





























































































EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, 



FOREST SERVICE— Contintied. 



P-FUND SALARIES — Continued. 



»„. 


,»„.„„. 


paid lor 
salary. 


trayel and 
■tat Ion 
amlfteia 


Out of ITMMoiMcm-Cont'd. 




124.00 

«.oa 

!k 

36.00 

w.oo 

Si 

17*; 00 

laaoo 

204.00 

li 

mm 

iWKOO 
240:00 

BO. 00 
00,00 
06.00 

,S!S 

48.00 

lax 00 

208.00 
48.00 

12a 00 

K2.00 
1B6.00 
















































































































































































































































































162. OO 

la 

120.00 
240.00 
188.00 
80.00 
240.00 

«L00 

fio.00 

BO- 00 

oaoo 

120.00 

li 

224.00 
200.00 
88.00 
























































?Sl2i;"«;;-.:::::::::::: 










































ISISt'peS^R::::::::::::: 




















Mi^'oH™?!" 















BKPENDITUEES OF DEPABTMBNT OF AQKICULTUKE. 247 

FOREST SERVICE— CoEttaued. 

Report of expendttures for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907, under appropriaticra 
''Otneral expemes, Forest Service, 1907, f887, 140"— Coatiaaed. 

LUMP-FUND SALARIES— Continued. 



Out of Watkingttm—Coot'i. 

Shermftii, J. H 

Smilh' Haliih A .'.'.'.'.".'"!! ! 

ea7dei, Artmaii 

Spancer, J. S 

SgDlres, Q. E 

Tfionma-Roy E 

TobUs, RossS 

Vlnal,L.F 

Webber,H.B 

Weir, Fred 

Yates, OraE 

York. C. Boy 

Young, B.W 



Foster, Harold D 

Amaon, JohnH 

Rodman, Douglas 

Studley, Horace F 

Haminatt, Eiehard F . . 

Klikland, Burt P 

aieela,Dorr 

Jardine, Jamea T 

UUls, Enoa A 

Edmoitds, P. D 

Klaipp, Frank 

Kupfer.CariA 

Paul, H, A 

Parmelee, D. C 

Ducbln, W. O 

Jensen, M. C 

Feagln, Chas. E 



Montgomery, E. 

FiBh/F. A 

Porter, Ham Vi 
Woodman, U. U 
Ely, Miles W.... 
Cannon, OlKe. . . 
Metcalt, Vem. . . 
Jacobs, Lester B 
Jensen, M. E 



Uiddlekoff, E. I 
Griffith, E.M.. 
Herring, W. E. 



St assistant, at $1,300, a 
...or,tttll,6(XI. 
. Foieet as3latant,at tl,3ca.. 



and %l,2S per diem 

at H.2M and II ,200 and tl.25 

itll.lOOand $1.25 per diem.. - 
It 11,0(0 and $1.50 per diem .. . 

lid'il.Mperdl™, 

It fr,<10b'and Sl.iiS per diem . . 



: F??^S 



. Forest agent, at (BOO.. 

stagent, at $750.. 

Forest agent, at $720. . . 



, Forest agent, at $420 

Agent, at $IfipermODt1i 

Forast agent, at $1 per annum, and eii 
$2,000. 
. Agent, at $1 per month, and inspector d 
Ins, at $1,200. 
~ ittl.OOO 



Cle^', a 
; ClOTk, B- 



ographer, and typewriter, at 



and typewrite, at $720. . 



. Clerk, Btei 
\ Collaboral 



and typewriter, at $300. 
pewriipr, at $300 

, constructing engineer, a 
engineering, at £,400. 



120.00 . 

IMOO . 

240.00 . 

1S2.(I0 . 

120.00 . 

24.00 . 
783.90 

i,3oaoa 

337. 5C 
720.00 



.Goo'^lc 



EXPENDITUraiB OF DEPABTMENT OF AGBICULTUKE. 
FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES — CoDtlnued. 



Hum. 


TitlB«niir»t«. 




tnvelanil 

and Odd 
expeuuee. 


Out of WiuMngton—CoaVi. 




300.01) 

3oao9 

2&0I) 

ss 

li 

30. W 


















































































O08«,Wm.F.M 


:::::d°:::::::;:::;:::::::::;:::::::;;::::::;:::: 


















112,138.03 











Slationerj/. 

Abrafa&m & Kar&ky Co-.......-...-. 

AmbergFUeA Index Co 

Ameiicfm Lead Penc^ Co- --, 

Andrews PawrCo-, B. F 

BaJlantyne.H. Carter 

Barker, J, V 

BUBhnall Co.. AlTuli 

Curttes & Bradley 

Dlattlot of Colombia Paper Manulac- 

EtglaPeiM^'Co.'.'.'y//// "/".'.'.'. '.'.'.'.. 

ElUott-Fleher Co 

Johnston A Co., Wm. G 

EatEeneteln A Co-, Otto 

Kiiiian Co., oeo- P.." ."!!I.!!1! !!!!!!! 

Laml) & TUden 

Library Bureau 

Lincoln, Fiod a 

Llndemeyr, PbUlp 

Monamh Typewiitor Co 

Moore Co., The 

Morrison Paper Co., E 

Newman, E. 8 

Oliver Typewritar Co 

OIney Hardware Co 

ParlCer, D. Frank 

Ban, John C 

Remington Typewriter Co 

Sohmld, Edw, 8 

Schmidt. Fred A 

Sharp & Sone, F 

Smith. W.E 

Smith Premier Typewriter Co 

Btockett-FlBteCo., The 

StormaCo., n, M 

Stott A Co., Chas. G 



Swftyze, W. L , 

Saturn Co., Samuel C 

Typewriter and OfflpeBapply Co 

Underwood Typewriter Co ' 

Union Envelope Co...... --...-. 

United States Envelope Co 

Valentine Stamp Co 

Walker, J. W 

Woodward & Lothrop.,--- --| 

Yawman & EtbeManitlacturlngCo..i 



10. 60 ; 

12.Co! 

123! 00 . 



' Abereromble i Fitch Co . 

Abraham A Kanky Co. . . 
,1 Ackerman, J. Q 

Adams, Albert 

I Adanui Geo.'il!!!'!!!!!!' 



S.IIO Adanu, James.. 
6.60 I Adair, Wm.L... 



17.77 |l Alba, J I 



4.W Allen, Uaynaid E 

H. S9 Allen Gold Iflnlng Co. 

50.00 ! Allea, Conrad 

31.67 11 Allted, Orson F 



EXPENDITUEES OF DEPABTMBNT OF AGBICUIiTUKE. 



FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



Name. 


A.™.. 


Name. 


Amomit. 


Aloe Company. A. S 


a 

ii 

li 
"'is 

6-20 

W.ID 
27.65 

89.66 

If 

w'.ve 

Is 


Jf KceBandHM mppUet, <tc.— Crai. 

Bamsuad Pure Water Still Co ..... 
arr,A.J 


S 






































































































! Beamlsb, Wm. H 


27.15 


























iffiii * Liiui'Co 
















Appall Co.. Adam 










A^^rj™ e::^ :::::::;;:::::::; :: 










AilionaC. M. 1 


if 
41 

W.WI 

•B 

15.00 


B«Ss. J- G-- ---■--■■ 


u-^ 


Arlington OlmeB 






















{ffasr'"------"---- 
















Atlanta Mercantile Co, (Limited) .... 

jraS";.-.-.-;.-.-.---:::::::: 






sajSJCr."";:."".-.-.:::::: 












'?'«'H- 
















74:84 

■2*-3i 

ssioo 

370:7fl 

«.0D 
2.U0 
423.24 
22, CO 
15.00 
17,50 

2!4U 

aa.OB 




\f^ 










t^:^i^:. :■:■:■:■:■:■:- 














Baker, UaryF 


















Blctal, Geo. L 










IrJ'fe';;::;;;:;;;:;;::;:;:; 

Ijnertok, Henry ,... 








Ballantyna & Bona. Wm 

Bailard. FWIllp 


2aw 


















Ishop, Walter C 

Ixbv, James On 

lade l-ubUahing^Co 


















lake.F.G 










lancfcedL 


s 






, 



250 EXPBNDITUBBS OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 

Report of expeTuKture* /or the fiscal year eaded June SO, 1907, under appropriatum 
''Oeneral expmiei, Forest Senrke, 1907, f887,l'iO"—Coatmned. 



- Name. 


A..„,. 


Name. 


Amount. 


Blathemlck, J. A 


22.30 
802,78 

ti 

25,60 

89:70 
lGi:o» 

155,82 
70.30 

ss 

56.25 

22.00 
300.33 
29.00 

30.60 
7.00 
3.00 

30,00 
300. 00 

11.60 

■a 

160.00 

Is 

0.00 

6400 
10.00 

2o!oa 

682.00 
85:25 

6i;1i 

In 
ill 

7. so 

11 

5.80 
48100 

i 


BrowneU Bros. Co. (Limited) 

Bryant, E.F 


^SS 
















Biodgett, B. F. 




23.76 






















Bullard, F. A 






















































Bonoen FeiT7 Lumber Co. (Limited) 














Bush, L. a 






















B^^f^iL.v.':;::;:::::::::::::::. 








SSiVcoV. ; :■ 


^'Si 








iS^:S^'^-.: ;■:;■:■:■:■:■:■:■:: 




M-09 






















Caldweli;T.J 
















































ti'^ 








Brentano'a 

BriDKhurst, J. T 










Brizard (Incorporated), A 

Broadwater County Hardware Co. . . . 

Brooking Luinbeiand Box Co 


































Brown. Brady.'.' ' V.V.\'i\'.\]'.."\l\\l 


gSS^'S:?*--.-.-;.:::::::::::::::: 


33.22 






Bre^iESi'i :':':;:::::::::::::::: 


Carter. K.E 

cSSSr:ta™r'i'<ii::::::;;::;:::;:: 










|=:i2;^.,^.::;:::;: :;::::: 


CaasJa County Tbnes 

a,*c'..,'i=ii..ii.:;:::::::::::::::: 








SSSSffiX:::: :::::::::::::: 


Caarleylc, ¥ 

ffiSKSS:'™''.?::::::: 





























ooi^lc , 



BXPENDITXTBES OF DEPABTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 



FOREST SERVICE— Ck»ntlDued. 



Nam. 


Amount. 


Name. 


Amonnt 




12.00 
14.00 

Ida. at 

1,804 30 
6.00 

11 

10.00 

loino 

51. « 

' 5i!bo 

6.«) 
15. «0 

li 

W.43 

s 

63.33 
10.13 

118:1b 

34?: 76 
47.20 

■iS 

20.00 
20.90 

'■1l:Si 

OvOO 

a 

5.00 

11 

275.35 
■UftOO 
32.00 

!| 

2io:« 

2S11S 










































ChicBBO Lumber Co. of Omaha, The . . 
































































assEJEiWo'rr*"" 










sgassfi'""*"""""- 






















sri-f 






























»/i; 00 ■■:■■■: 


Cramer. 0. A 


















Creede Candle. The 




Clewett, H. J 






Crescent Printing Co 










Cripple Creelt Times Co 




























ESSTif":-:::::::;::::::::: 

Curtis Lumber Co 
























8:,r.S."«"""'v-::::::::;: 














DaUy (altoraian 

Daily.J.T 












Co orado Tenl and Awning Co 
















&^'5Kii''lr 






















SKiT-::::::::::::::::::::;:::: 
SS;|tr:::::::::;::;:::;:::::::: 












&:&.::::::;::::;::::::::::: 


14.00 

37.50 


SSKSS!f"°~& 


17.00 


Da;r, WIIL 




Cookaey. K 




33'^ 






MOO 


Cooper, Ed 


14.00 


Dedmon. Frank 


35.00 



252 EXPENDITURES OP DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 

Report of expen^vrei /or the fiteal year ended June SO, 1907, under o; 
''Oeneml expemee. Forest Service, 1907, f887, 140 "—CoaiimieA. 



liUcellaneoti! tnpftiit, 

Dalander Photo Supply C< 
De Forast & Holt^dde9 Cc 



DeGenB. Mat. 

IM Oroot. Fetor. . 
De Lanej Co., A. J 



Uidepeadent 

■ar,M.J..., 

irat Printing Co. 

ntha Ark. (Inoorporatod) . . 
u, Edwin.. 



Desoret News Co 

D*vin, aid. V!... '.'.'.'.'.. '..'..'.'...'. 

Dflwoy, E. p. (Sanger Hcrtld).. 

Dlddnson, C. A 

DlBTBiiteMt, Julluu. 

DletEsen Co., Eueene. 

Dllllnghani BroirT. 

Dillon, U.D 



Doloree Btar. 

Donahue-Emeraon & ( 
DonaldBon Co., The. . 
Donovan, Cornelius . . . 

XMTsy, LAwrence 

DoiTla,J.W 

Dorscii, H. Q 

Dom,O.H 

Doatttl.J. F 

Doty.E.H 

Dou^ias' Sous, R 



, N. v.. 



Downs, N 

Doisey, £ . u 

Doyle, Pat 

Droop & Sons Co., E. F 

Diidley, Ernest Q 

Dugsji, John B 

Dunbau^ J. M 

Duuoan. J. K 

Duncan, J. S 

Duiul, H. L. 

Du Fbtow, M 

Duran, lUmon 

Du^Sb, Folix 

Durham, Btaohope 

Duvai & D« Troy 

Dyer, Wm.H 

Eagle, The. 

E^le County Blade 

EwIb Valley News 

Earl A Eng. PubliBhing Co... 



Eaet Oreeonian 
EberecE, Geo. fi 
Ebert.J.W 

Eoober, Joe 

Edmonds, Wm. O . . 
Edmonston, Chas. P 



Eggletrton, W. H.. 
Elmer ii Amend- . 



ifisceUaiuotu juppifci, tic— Con. 

Electrlo Appliance Co 

Elgin Forwarding Co 

ElTedEe, James ff. 

Elliott Fisher Co 

Elliott * Co., James, 

Ellle, Charles A 

EhnCityLum^ Co., The 

Elmore Publishing Co. ....--....---. . 

Emerson Manufaotuiing Co 

Encamscion Aragon 

Endner Lumber Co 

Enlor.E.L 

Enquirer Job Printing Co 

Enterprise Co., The 

Enterprise Uercantlle and Milling Co, 

Enterprise Publishing Co 

Ephrum Enterprise. 

Ergood i Co„ J. C 

Erler Bros. Optical Co 

Espey, Johnfi. 

EstudlUo, James 

Eurelia Lumber Co 

Evans, Jr., Edward 

Evans, M.T.L 

Everett, 8, 1 

ETergrsen Nursery Co 

Eianflner'PHbilshingQl.'I '....'.'. 

Falk, Oregg 

Talk Mercantile Co. (Limited) 

Farmer, Thomas 

Fanis, E.J 

Faulkner, Wm. C , 

Fay & fceanCo,, J, A 

Feast & Co., H. D 

Feather, Hudson E 

Felt ill Tarrant Uanufacturlng Co 

Fergus County Argus 

Fernandei, R 

Fernando ImprovemeDt Co 

Ferry, C. L 

Ferry, D. H 

Fiok, Westley 

Field and Farm , 

Fields, James 

Finkbiner,D. E 

Flnstad, Jacob C 

Finstad, JulloB Carl 

Flshra-,'john'D.'." 

PIsher.P.E 

rlshcr-Qlassford Hardware Co 

FItcb-Dastdown Co 

FllMwald, J. J 

FltiGngb, Clarence H 

FltEfaugh, E. F 

Fitimier, George 

Fl^staflOem 

Flsierty, B, G 

Flanders, George W 

Fleoner, Kei 

Fllnt,J.M 

Flock Co., The J. G. 

Flourooy, J. D 

Flournoy, R. W 

Flytin, Frands 

Flynn, F. W 

Fogg & Jacobs 

FoSwn, Thomas J 

Folmer A SchwlngCo 

Forbes, F. B 



0.00 I Fleoner, 



EXPENDITURES OP DBPAKTMENT OP AGRICULTUEE. 



FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



Miiallaneixu mpptiei, elc— Con. 

Ford, Chiis. C 

FordfoB, John 

Forker & Co., C. A 

Forartb, H. F 

Sorttn, Eddie 
otter, A. V 

FoMer, O.L 

FoMnr, Stamen L 

Fox, Juum B 

Fruiey, Jobn 

Franidlii, L. F. 

FranUlQ Mercantile Co 

Fruler Borata Uloing Co 

Freeland, E. H 

Freeland, G.V 

Freaman, E 

Freeman, W. A 

Fremont Coonty News 

ft^gno Flume and IirteatloD Co 

Fresno Republican FuDlishlng Co 

FMtcli Hardware Co., The Geo 

Fuchs ic Lau£ ManuIacturtDg Co 

Fuller Co., Setli W 

Oalbralth, A 

Oalbrealth, Walter D 

Oallegos, Jose 

Oanalil-liavies Lrumbfc Co 

Oaoler, A. F....... ..--,.,........ 

aarda,U 

Oardan, Jtts , 

Oardnor,'HfflU7 

QamlckA Son 

Oarrocht, Jaoob 

OarrtsoD, Henry O 

0*aton,D. L 

Oaeton, W. W 

Oaiw,k.U 

Oankalieim, S. O 

Oeddea, Jamea 

■ Oeerhart.C. S 

Gaiaral KlBctriB Co 

OOTrMit, J. J 

Q<T>Tden, Jobn E _ 

Qtrarden, David E 

OsmDln 9eed and Plant Co 

Qtrman Nurseries 

Olbbel, J. B 

Qlbaon, H. W 

aibson, Matthews & Young 

Olclmer, FredS 

Qlflord & Henry. 

CHtduist & Dawson (Incorporated).. 

Ollkey, Sylveeter 

Olll, J. B 

GUI Lumber Co., J. B 

OlUett, Ebncr 

CMUett, H 

Oilbea Mill and Uanufactaring Co. .. 
Oltaian, Z. D 

Oliaid, Joe 

Olasa ^ Fischer 

Olenwood Post, The 

Globe Ilajdware Co 

Globe Printing Co., The 

Ooatley, Q. A 

Godfrey, W.T 

Ooralns, Morris 

Gdden, Daniel J 

Golden, J 

Good, Theodore 



k™,. 


"Amount. 


3fiieeUamoiu tttppllet, elc.—Coa. 




















Gordon- Wrtpht Co, (Limited) 


»75 











11,00 
110.80 



22.08 
20.00 
4.62 1 

n.m' 



Brothers 

Oraden Mercantile Co 

Graham Co. .Andrews.. 

Graham, Fred W 

Graham & Co., John W.. 

Graham, F. H 

Graham, Hugh 

Grand County News 

Grand Lake tfercantite Cc 

Grand Valley Times 

Grant County Hews 

Grant County Telephone I 

Graves, Marie 

Graves Meicantlle Co 



1, Fred L.. 



Greenwood, James.. 
Greer, LlUle B 



Griflln, Leman. . 



Groom, Klchaid... 
Gross, Joseph W.. 
Guardian PubUshli 

Gullbert, L. E 

Gullbert.L.F 



Gurle 



onniaoo Haidwf 

■ IB Net - 



1 Champion . 



Gurley, "W. and L. E........ 

Guthrie, Hugb M 

Guthrie, Wm.JiHattleM.. 

Hager, J, C r 

■ Haggerty, George 

Hagman, John P 

I Hagman, W. B 

Haguewood, 1, J 

HaTnes.Roscoe... 

Hale, Benjamin 

' HaU.Della ^""^['^'S. 

Hall ~ 



HaU, V 



H.. 



Hallock, E. G.. 



Si.15 : 



Hancock, Tbomae 

Hanley, W.F 

Hansen <Si Son, Jobn F.. 

Hardenbuigb, Geo 



8a 00 

«aoo 

27.29 
25.00 



10.00 
10.60 
48. IS 



EXPENDITURES OF DBPABTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
POKEST SERVICE!— Continued. 



Mitcellancous ivpplies 



Hartman, E. A 

Haitriiom, B. W 

Uarre;, B. E 

Harvey. Frank 

Harrey, Fred 

Harvey. Henry 

Harvey Lumber Co., W. J . . 



11.00' 

30.00 ' 

isaoo 

2.i5 
20.00 

8.8?: 

&30 . 
121. «8, 

1.00 

MXOOi 

141. 66 
10.00 

a. 78' 

12. CO 

15.01 :; iioibrook; A 



Hilskle, Ernest.. 



: Hinton, F. I£... 
Hobart, Wm. . . 
" • OQ. S. D... 



HoeseeCi 
Hoeke, W 



BauamandiCo.... 

HawMns.C.H 

EavUns, Levlg... 



Head Lumber Co... 
Healy, John 

Heber UEeroanWe'Ct 

HedgBpeth, Joel 

Hedgee-Wlll 

HedBcK, Orlsudo... 

— —ii,M.K...- 



laS^"! 



Hemet Livery Stable 

Hendereon, James B 

HendeiBOn, Blchftrd W 

Heoderaan (Incorporated), R. t 



HeUBChke.E 

Heiald Dranocrat 

Herrtck.ColtE.. ...'." 



Holliday * Co., The W. I 

HoUneaiCo 

Holt, L. M 

Holt, Theodon 



Home Ice Co. . 



ji Hardware Co... 



Hooper, Geo. Warren 

Hoover. U. 8... 

Hopkins, N.E 

Uord, Todd&Co 

Horn, Jake (Boise Republican),., 

Horn, J. H 

Home, Jerry 

Horton, C. H 

Horton, J. F 

llorton Bros. Lumber Co 

Hostetler, II. A 

Hotehkiss, Henry H 



Hoy, Ton. 

Hove, Joseph A 

Huber, George. 

Hubler,Dick 

lIuaer.F.'A '.'" 

Huflman.F.lI 

Hughes UeicantileCo 

HiiKUs & Co., J. W 

Hulse, Uarlon 

Hume, Bonnet Lumber Co... 

Humphrey, Paul N. 

Hunt &Co., F.P 

Hunt A Mottet Co 



Heumsmi, Cbss. . . 
Eieken, Addison . 

Hldom, Rex 

HIgby, James S.. 
Higby MereantUe I 
hSbuu.d.n.... 

Hi^lna, Jay 

nigBinsoQ,H 

Hih, Careys 

HOLD 

Hill, Frank 

HUl, W.H 



ton.Wm. A 

Hyde.J.H 

, Hyde, Patrick 

Hygienic Soap GrannlatorCo.. 

Hyland Bros 

Idaho Enterprise -..,-- --,-., 

Idaho Hardware and Plumbing Co., 



ESPENDITUKES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

FOREST SEBVICB— Continued. 



Nune. 


Amount. 
H4.70 

,Si 

7.75 
22:25 

433.25 

27! SO 
22.50 
8.00 
14.00 

\0.2» 

Si! 10 
120.00 

sioo 

' 1 

10.20 

39:94 

"fi 

mo: 00 
3:00 

6-00 

15:50 

55:85 
ib:oo 

4 00 

30:00 


Nuna. 


Amount. 


MitccOantiKH ittpptitt, elc.^Coa. 


Miiatlaneaat mpplitt, elc.—Coa. 






KBnnSonBACo.,S 




^owfi,«Pi,»«m,.«co 






































ndependent, White Bird, Idi^o 




32.0* 














J^IjIp*..::::::::::::::::::::::::: 


































Jftclcflon, C. F 






























Kennedy, J. E 
















Kemi, A.E 

KesBlM, J. Fred 










Keyes, D. B 


















anper, d fV.'."!!; '..[.['[['..W 






KimBn(?o.,aeo.P 










Jajktns.G 




iS-15 








JennlngB. llenty L 


Kings River Sttige uid Tmnsporta- 




jSI^I'sraVaWsV:;:::::-; 


Klnney, H. M-, i^ina^rWUioiia 






6a28 




Kln^G.R 




12.00 


































« 








Johnaton, J. C 


































37.13 






























































s$kfF-'-"- 


M.00 










potlfttlonCo 








K«n»wyBr,P.A 





EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



Name. 


Amount. 


Name. 


A..m. 




27B.18 
17. «0 

11 M 


























Lfl MolE« Lumber^ Trading' <>■ - 




iIts 














Lovertdge, C.A 




















LappCo. (Limited), The 0,C 


8.*8 

aftis 

30l!t« 
3.tt 


Lowell Meneruey Harilware Co., The 


^i^ 




Lucas, L.E 




La Heviatft a« Tftos 

a='iW;E:;::::;::::::::::; 




























Lawley & Son Corporation, Ooorgo. . 














i.m.eo 
















Uai^ers Cooperatlfa PubUshlng Go. 






IfcAnaUy. A. M 




4S.2S 
3».00 
38.00 

262.00 

115.20 
53. K6 

S28 






Leaxlvme PabUahltig and Frlntlng Co. 






Mocll7iex,'chka.u:"::::;::::;::::::. 


.H 


Lee, Bart 






















£S?^-.i 






































60.00 

1 

2S.S8'\ 
331^73 I 


























SiST"-;;:;;::;;::;;:;;;:; 


































i&i'T'"'' m'b 
















lioo MckeeiCo., A. J 














43.80 
3.60 

'i 








oLai«M!n Tie and Timber Co 


,« 


















Livingston EnterprisB 










•fB^r:-;;:;;;;;;;;;;;;;; 
























j,m»1l Pron^'l™ 











EXPENDITUBES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUKE. 
FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



if iirtrflOMOU* tuppliti, etc.— Cob. 

MauliaUBrOT 

iiaekay, Miner 

Maolaj'Co 

Uadary'B Pluilng Mltl 

Uaddux Bros 

Maderft Sugar Pine Co 

Madera Weekly Tribune 

Madgwlok, H. T 

UaiseD, P. W. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'."'.'.'."'.'. 

Macone,Pat 

HsBui, Tm 

Maher, Walter 

Mahoney, Rlohard J 

Mttln,A 

HafcinsoB, Grant.... 

Malm berg, John 

Malmberg, Matts 

Mann,JolulH 

Manter,H 

Mantl HeBBenger. 

Mantle, Edward F 

Manti, Wm 

Mapes, C. w 

Uarchond, Qeorge M 

ManJen, Victor 

Mariposa Qazette 

MarkTiani, Elo 

Markham. W. H 

Marke, Joe 

Marlatt.F.M 

Marsh, O.N 

Marshall- Weils Hardware Co. '. 

Martin, John, ]r 

Martin, W.H 

Martinez, Candelarlo 

Martlnei, G.. 

Manlnei.J. F. B 

Martinez, Juan Jose 

HaaOD, D. M 

Mae>on. R. G 

Matthews, C.L 

Maudlin, W.T 

Maxwell A Hiwan 

Mayer & Co., Robert 

Maynard. Milton 

Mead-Warrea-Bosevelt Telephone 

Co. (Limited) 

MearaC. I 

Uecum, IraE 

Meegan, WiUlam 

MeiKan,W. H 

Ueehan & Sane (Incoiporated), 

Thomas 

Meek, AllredC 

Meier, Lud wig 

Meier, Martin 

Meier, W.M 

Melntg Bros 

MolTiBe, Geo. W 

Menzel, Aiwuat 

Meniel. Wm 

Merrill, W. A.... 

Merrlman, Richard 

Messenger Printing and FubUshing 

Metileer, E 

MIeir, W. O 

MlUer. Cohoon Co 

MDIer.J.M 

Unier.JohnM 

Miner, P. C 

Miiitean^ Frank.'. ■.■.".".;i;;;.":;;;":!:!: 

S. Doc 42S, 60-1- 



130.(5 
19.38 
78.78 



31. 7S 
is! SO 



IfUceHantout luppliei, eK.—Coa. 

Milne, A. T., 

Mlloe, Geo 

Milne, James..,-..- -,- 

Miner, FItkin 

MinniK Co. "(Inoorporatoii.'N' '«.'.'.'! 

Ulssoula MercantUB Co 

Mlssoulian Publishing Co 

Mitcheii'sros.. --";;;: ":::"!,"!!!"; 

Mitchell 4 Co., J 

Mitchell A Co., Thos. J 

Mock, H. A 

Model Grocery Co 

Uodoc County Cooperative Aesoda- 

Modoc Republican 

}iolyaKia,j7B.'.'.'.\'.'.'.'.'.'.'.\'.'.'.'.'.'.V.'.'. 
Mona Lake Railway and Lumber Co. 

Monarch Typewriter Co 

Mondrsgon, Juan Antonio 

UonejjC. B 

Uono Lake Railway and Lumtier Co. 
Monaon, Harry A 

Montana Record PabllshlugCo 

Montrose Press 

Moody, A. E 

Mooney,W.M 

Moor, James M. L 

Moore, A. L 

Moore, J. M 

Moore, Richard. 

Moore, Samuel H 

Moore, WmiamE 

Moore, W. P 

Morgan, Ernest..^ ......... 

Morgan, T.E 

Morin,N. E ; 

Morrison, J. T 

Morrison Paper Co., E 

Morrlssey, E, H 

Morrow, Robb 

Morton, J, S 

Moseley, 8. L 

UosaaJiSons, W. B 

Mota,B 

Mountain Commercial Co 

Mount Pleasant Pyramid 

Muddimaa & Co 

Mulcare i Co-, J. E 

Uundort 'Mercantile'Co "!!!;"' I !! ; 

Munn, John 

Munroe, James A 

Munsey, J. H 

Murphy, Arthur. 

Murphy, C. 11 

Murphy, H. E 

Murphy, J. J 

Murray, John J 

Murray Lumber Co... .............. 

Murray, Smith 

MuthiCo., Geo. F..., 

Najar, A 

National Electric Bupply Co...,.,.- 
Natloual FIret-Ald Association c 

National Lumber Co 

Ke^. A. ii.'...'.'.'.\' ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Nedrean, Walt«r A 



■17 



358 EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTtTBE, ■ 

FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 

Report of expeTuKtures for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1907, under appropriation 
''General expenses, Forest Servke, 1907, f8S7,I40" — Continued. 



Miscellaiwoui SMpplies, etc.— Con. 



NflilBOn's Cash Store . . 



Nbi^w, F. Db I 

Keiunaim, H 

Nevada State Herald. 

Nevada State Journal < Incorporated) . 



Newton I^imber ai 



NieholB, Guy H 

Nicholsau & Sod, Jas. A 

Niece, L.B 

Noddin.J.T 

Noddin, Ralph 

Noddin,V.C...,. 

N(«ftle8 Daily Times . . . 






.., The.. 



Oak Bar Stage Line. 

OaHey Eagle 

OaaisTrintingHouBi 
Ockender, Thos. J . , . 



(Incorporated) 



OltoniteCo. (Limite 

Old Dominion C 

Olivaa, Frank.. 

Oliver, G.D 

Oliver Typewriter Co. 

Olney Hardware Co..., 

Orangeville Cooperative 

OragonCtty ConraiBreiriCo... 



fando mercantile Co. 

wenhouae Hardware Co... 



iclfic Electrie Rwy. Co... 



So Steel" acd Wire Ct , 

flc Telephone and Telegraph Co..' 



ia.85 Phoenix. Ernest P 



Pacl —, 

Panlflc Traneler Co. 

Pack, John ; 

Paddock. William S ■ 

Pagnotta, Joe 

Paboe Meat Mttrket 

Palmer Mountain Prospector ; 

Pangultch Progress Publishing Co... I 

Pans, Alei i 

Papen, Theodore I 

Paradise Record I 

Parker. D. Frank i 



MisccUantoin auppliei, etc. — Con. 
Parker. George 



Parks, James... 



■artridge. WaUace H . . 



, The.. 



Patterson O 

Payne. William 

Peabody, John H 

Pearee, w. H 

Peasley Transfer Co 

Peavey. J. F 

Peok.E. C 

PecHnpah, C. M 

PecWnpah Lumber Co 

Peers. John M 

Peiroi,^boi.H.'.'^y.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Pence, Frank 

Pendleton Trihuoe PubUshlng Co.. . 






n, J. H... 



I Perkins & Co., W. Y 

' Perkins, Edward ! 

: Perry. Wilfred S I 

Peterson. Andrew ' 

' Peterson, C.J I 

' Petty, Geo. A 

■ Philadelphia Machine Screw Works. . . 

PhHipsbure MaU ' 

Phillips, Alvin M j 

Phtppa A Oldham 



Ridge Lumber Co I 

jnedale Roundup | 

looser Pimting and Publishing Co. . 
■"^eer Telephone and Telegraph Co. 

leer Tent and Awning Co 

...leer-TImes, Deadwood. S. Dak. . . . 
lpel,FranolsJ 

I?Sn.'Mineri;!!"!!!";!!"!;^!;!"! 
himas Commercial Co 

las Livery Stable 

laa Meat Market 

.„.ib. A,M 

lumh, Fayette B. (Incorporated) . . 
lumb, Francis D 



5.2S I Pollard Co., The C. 



ti5.ea 

26.04 
12.80 
10.67 
183.00 

98. SS 
38. W 
40.00 
21.64 
TS.24 



36.22 
7.20 
70.45 



SS.20 
S8.75 

7L03 

27. as 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



Name. 


A„,oant. 


XMne. 


Amount. 




120.00 

3?; SO 

23.* 70 
26.76 

II 

oigg 

■11 

li 

'.IS 

^!oa 

8.40 

li 

1M.60 

:co 

155.70 

11 

22:ti0 

ll 

I'.W 

B5i:95 
10 00 


MiacfOaneoas luppliei, ete.—Coa. 


136. oa 




















Rhem, E, S 


1% 




























































































































































§&'■■:■: 


Ida 00 
























































Hoblnaoa, Bert „ 
























































































Rogera.W. W 


'tS 








gr^:i^'^!^~'^l'.^^.v.::: 


fg? 




Roosaj p : ::::..: 












Roth, Fiiibert..""!!!!!!!;!!";;!;;; 

RotHrock, Frank 








■isa™,^Sco.::::::::::: 
















Rudolph & West Co 








Republic Publishing Co 


iiifll^""---v;---"-- 











EXPENDITURES OP DEPABTMENT OF AGBICULTUBB. 



FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



»^.. 


A„o„.. 


Name. 


i..™,.. 


MuceOantmi lupplUi, Oc.— Con. 


»7.20 

74.00 
IB.W 

i!eo 

14.26 
13.80 
6.00 

a! 25 

8,00 
2S.50 

iB4:e7 

46.30 

es-oo 

44.20 

•s 

1S.S2 
4.80 

!i 

11 

18.09 

li 

70.60 
GS.0O 

^;i 

20. W 
143.00 

iwioo 
Me£ 

.275. H 
260,05 

es.so 

10. 4U 

ss 
II 
|i 

11.00 

'li 

56.00 

4. as 

16 OB 
70.00 


Mtsallawoai impplit! , «c.— Con. 




Riuaell BoJIerWorlEsdnoorporaUd), 




























n^VSS^TSZ-6.:: 


























































































S'/iasxiisr ""'■■•■ 










SanJoaquln Light and Power Co 


























































^^Sg-cVcR 


BllDkard, C- R 


*■* 










Smedley C4)., The 
















Smith, O.P 














a:eb.va,v,i:i:;:;::::;::::: 

Smith Premier T jpewif tine Co., The. 


















Smith, Thomas 










Smith, W,E 






























^S?JS;fcv;:::-:::::::;::::--: 








































Snider, D.N... 










Soda BpiingB Chieftain 

Sohn, fielnrtch Keller 






























&iSF,*»::::::;::::;:;:::::: 

Southern Printers Supply Co 

Southwestern Stockman, Farmer 






















Southwlct, Abb H 

Spalding, A. S 




Sheffield Sclent Lflo School 


IS. 90 



E2PENDITUBE8 OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, ' 



FOREST SERVICE— Contlnned. 



Nam.. 


A.,oant. 


Name. 


^.«. 


XitceUantoui tuvoUti, tte.—Coa. 


16.00 
7.40 

Is 
Jl 

si. It, 

48. 6S 
8.1)0 
10.00 

2.26 

\fS 

18.00 
128- 7S 

m« 
loioo 

22.00 
22.00 

«aoo 

47.50 

i 

383.94 
638,04 

26!oa 

51.33 
lg.00 
35.00 

20,00 
11B.B0 




















































































































jss-ssiyr'r."":"" 
























g«^,.;£^;::::::::;:;:::;:::::- 




























































fSffiliS-::::::::::::::::::::: 

Tritch Hfttdware Co., The George 






,SS 




















































Tuolumne County Wat«r and Eleo 






















Turner, Day & Wooiworth Handle 


























Sun Prln^''aDd pUbliSlii^ Aiaocl- 






Typewriter and Office Supply Co 


























































United States BeolamatloB Service . . 
















U.B.Fideity and Guaranty Co 


























'lU 

















EXPENDITUEES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGBICULTUBE. 



FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



«^. 


A..„.. 


„^. 1 i„ou„,. 


Xiiceilaneoiu supplies, etc.-Coa. 


"iii 
11 

8.00 
91.25 
46.30 

II 
'11 

30.00 

,s 

22,59 

Z,9e3.20 

56.00 

1,506,30 
42. 9S 

is.»r 

2S.00 

45.83 
12,00 

3.40 
3.90 

131.41 

II 




































lEaS-""-"""-"-- 
















WhltteoiOM Land and Live Stock 
































Vcdgf londei £ Son OptiOBl Co 
























Wlll^BoniCo.,A.J.. 

WUlflDMtte Tent and Awning Co.... 




















































































ar/.^"'-*?.'™"":;;;;.:: 










































































Wlnt«ra.J.L 








































Wolvertoc Htirdware Co., J. W 




Wrfa^Urcant^if/cr^TlJe* A ' J 




Wood'Kvw'TtoM 


4.80 














































?s"'KT»r".r."™ 




















66.25 

666: 13 
80.00 

23:00 










































roune&Sons 


139.95 



EXPBNDIT0RBS OF DEPARTMENT OF AGEICULTTTBB, 263 

F0RE8T SBKVIOE— Continued. 



Youngers & Co . . 
Yraku Jountal . . 
Zsattow, Paul . . . 
Zugeldei, F. . . 



Alpha Hardware and 8up^7 1 
AmbitTg File and Index Ca. . . 

Aff Metal CoQstructlon Co . . . 



Boots Furniture Co., The.. 



Callow, Fred B . 
CI«moiis, Lorens 



Curtis Si Bradle; 



s, IkeM 



DeGroot, Petar 

Eberly's Sons, A 

Economy Drawing Table Co . 

Famous Store. The.. 

Flaher-GtaBeford Hardware C 

Fuller Desk Co., Geo. H 

Gamick & Snn 

aottwals, V 



and Raplda Furniture Co.. 



HuddIe,C.I 

HuEus&Co., J.W 
JenUna, Chae. 8 . . 



Julius. 

Ljbiary Bureau 

Uocoln, Fred B. 



Co... 



undry and Manufacturing 



Strain Bros. 

BwaviB,W.L 

TInsiey.O. W 

Topham, James S 

Watton, FredW 

Welsh and Titworth. 

Wilkinson & Fisher. 

Woodruff Mftuufarturing Co.. . . 



ffiWr.""::::;::-- 






ColemaD & Albert : 




































Btrang,J.C 






























Freiekl- 














AtchlHOn Topektt and Santa FeRwy 


































Colorado and Southern Rwy Co 
















El Paso and Bouthweatem System. 


2 bl 








IP- 






KallspeU Lumber Co 






















Nevada County Narrow Gauge R R 




4 ^ 






































3«n Pedro Los \ngelea and Salt Lake 








Sierra RWT Co otCaUfomla. 







































aoyGooi^le 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGBICULIUEE. 



FOREST service;— ContlDued. 



Eastman Eod&k Co 

Felt and Tonant MaJiufacturlng Co.. 

Olobe EipresB Co 

KeuflerA Ei»arCo. 

MisBoula UeiTsntile Co 

Natlanal i'lnt Aid AsaodaClo 

Padflc Expreaa Co .--. 

SoDthern EipresB Co 

United StsUs Expnua Co 

Total 

Ttlegraph. 



Gariiti & Sons, H. B 

Home Telepbona Co 

Ksmmerer-Big Plney Telephone Co. . 



Padflc Telephone and Telegraph Co.. 
Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone C' 
Santa Fe Electric Telephone Co. . 

SunMt Telephone Co 

~ " le County Water and Elec- 



Ratt. 

Arizona Central Bank...... 

Atlantic Building Co., The. 

Baker, Uary F 

Barrett, G. W 

Beardmore, Chas. W 

Beaver Equitable Cooperat 

Bemls,H.E 

Bentler. Joseph 

Bonowdflle, W. M 

Bothln, Henry E 

Bradford, May Cody 

Brown, William J 

Bumslde, John L 

Carkeek. Laure E., estate 

Carleek. M. T., le»tee 

Carter, Theodore^ 

Castie, HarryL 

Central Building Aaaoclatlc 

Cbamberlain, George A 

Clark, R.G... 

Coffin. FrankR 

Coleman, Geo. A . ^ ....... . 

Coleman, Gilbert B 

Colorado Mortgage and In 



Commonwealth InTestmentCo.. 

ConUIn, Arthur 

Cooiad National Bank ol Kaliapc 
Coorey Placer Ulner Co 



3,4aa.1 
3,W7.e 



Dani^, Henry........ 

Dante, J. w 

Davldeon, Byacd 

Day, CM 

DeBord, M. E 

DiUin^iam, LeaUe M.. 

Dougan, wUlam 

FarMgton,E.S 

Flret National Bank.. 

Flemming, Ernest 

Foi.W.l" 

Fraternal Hall Asaocla 

Gardner, John A 

Ga^, Maria.... ^..... 

GranjOQ, H 

Gray, M.J 

HamlU.JoB.H 



Hugus^Co., J. W. 
Husted, Clara G,.., 
Jackson, Amanda.. 



iohrs A Bielenburg Realty Co 

tohre, Conrad 

iopp COv The 

proline, C, O,, agent tor C, 8, Heller- 



Lake, Henry F., agont fi 



Lauer & Son, E . . 



Luck Charles W.. 



MadiJock,E 

Mangum, W. Lester... 

Kllrtln,y. E..." 

Mcltougan,Jas. 



Newman Investment Co. . 



rangett 



Pilling, John W 

PIskorski, Joseph 

Pratt, Lomm 

Preston, William B. &nd Bsniett A. 

Ransom, John E 

Reoua, R.W 

Richardson, E. E 

Eiags,B.,8r 

EifeT, Theodore D 

Robinson, J.N 

Sallna Meat and Supply Co 



140.00 
aXLOtt 
72.00 



30.00 

12a 00 

20.00 



EXPENDITUKES OF DEPAETMENT OP AGEICULTUHE, 



FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



Report oj expenditweg for the fieeal y 
General ezpenaea, Forest S 



»„.. 


Amount, f Nams. 


A».„.., 


RirU-Coat\tiued. 


• AppanUta. inslrameiiu, and labora- 
1120 «,' "-!"n«-.r<«i^ontin>..d. 






270.01) 

60.00 
38,00 




'SiS 














15,338.77 








270.00' Printltxg and binding. 














29,084.25 




7( 
20: 














i 

OS 
OS 




















17,30 




























































28,277.29 










Oas and electricUv- 


liso 

36.08 










Conrad Natlooal Bant of KaliapeU, 














^;« 




















' S&Vc 
















405.94 












j^™.|«™,«,^.»,m™ 


























K 

36. 
2,60^ 

a 

1,18. 
SI 


00 
00 

i 

1 
i 












■ ikbIow.'r.'l.pV .''!!!."!!.".";.'■!;.'.'; 




Barastead Pure Water still Co 


















































SSS?i°™-is,- 




W1.13 










roMon. D^^.. 














tsSsfcr."'*!"-*."":::;;- 












;rn^;^^l^'s--- ■■■■-■■■■ ■■■■■- 






m?B 




1 












































04 1 Ceeli. Oeo, H 






905.78 



EKPENDITUBEB OP DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 



FOKBST 8BKV1CE— Continued. 



Nome. 


A.om. 


Name. 


Amount. 


Tmvrl and ttaUon and field ex- 
p<nt((«— Conttnued . 


7M.71 
207.30 

SrdisT 
38.22 

mes 
ioiio 

1,565.78 

Ji 

42a: SI 

48.50 

II 

302i06 

J:!! 

l,2afl.84 

101. SO 

224 SS 
1»,17 

1,409.10 
1,303! 73 

222! 83 
SM.SIl 
47. !S 

585128 
8si55 
589; 81! 

7S6!4S 
034.01 

32e!45 
294.70 


Travel and atalloa and field ex- 
ponns— Continued. 




























































all,Cb^-C 










amliton, E. M 

nSfrtll^&F:;::;::::::;;::: 














Harris. Hugh h::::::::::::::::::;::: 
Hrritif^v.v.:::::::::::::::::::; 






















HattT'K*' 














S^;;;:;;;;;:;;;;;;;e 






































^^^== 


















Sa!"™.".".".:::::::::;:::::::::"::: 












siS-^?-"-"-;;;---; 


oiroyd, H. B 


635.28 












Hoyt, llmothy C 
















101.84 




uated, Sbep. N:iii!!!i.'!!ii!!"iiiii 


















n>thetolt,Jaa.M 


j^kJSiw'^ 
















i^K.^:::;:::;::;:;:;::::;:::::: 














































Kent.W.H.B^ 

terr, John 






























aarpp, Frank 










EsSs-':"::::::;:::::::;:::: 









EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGRIOULTUBE. 
FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 
! of expenditw 



n™». 


Amomrt. 


Name. 


Amount. 


rrawJ nm( iUaim ond fifld ex- 
penses— CaJMnaiA. 


1199.03 

SI 

1,085 30 
60.05 

''li 

68.60 

sss 

44.70 

■ii 

90.60 

II 

112: 16 
374; 17 

1,822:07 

'■"'1 

132: 30 

Si 
• II 

749.24 
115.70 

78.26 
638.62 

738:90 

II 

129.41 

».70 
133.43 

350:35 


Travel and (WUton and fiOd ex- 
pejMM-Contlnued. 

Peck, A. S 

S'K-g:::::::::::::::::::::::::: 


1432. flS 










LaFountaln,W.'E.'."l"!i;!!! !!!!!!! 


















LMWeJ;./. 












Plumner.F.O 




LuU, GerardB 

Ij}*)rd, ChiB. A 






















Potter.A.F 




S^^Kfr'dh'aS^^? 






















Rachtord.C.E^^ 










RooknagBl-A.B 

Record. S.J 


































609.75 
50.11 




5ffiSiVr.--v;;;.v;:::::::::::: 






150.00 








Meagher, Thomas iF-.jr 






sI&e:;;;:;;;:;;;;;;;;;: 




":a"H.°c-.-.::::::::::::::::::::::: 










































Seely.j.B.. 


332.17 


awXj.;.::::::.:::::::::;: 


SharMer,L.A 










SSsfcti:::::::;::::::::::::: 












Sherman. E, A. -^ 










ShBrwin.FrankR.,}r 




elaon.JohnU-.Jr 














orton.A.J 


Silcoi.F.A 
















Oman, A. E 


! Smith, C. SloweU 


428.87 




Smithlj.F 








?tJ^rU-A-B 
































910.40 



«lc 



EXPENDITUBBS OP DEPARTMENT OF AQBIGULTUBE. 



FOREST SERVICE— ContlDued. 



»™. 


Amount. 

''11 
11 

875.68 
630.98 

16.60 
ISO. 65 

31 

202.31 
^^ 

loioo 

204.94 
3.12 


Name. 


Amount. 


Travel and ttaiion and fiOHtx- 
pauti — Contlnuea. 


Travel and notice and flild tx- 
pauta-ContiaaeA. 






Walker, W.L 




















SS#F*::::::::::::::::::::::::- 




































































Whitney, F.D 
































































Yerkea. H.'b 






















170,005.09 











, unexpended balance. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES. 



NatoB. 


Title and raw. 


paidlOT 
salary. 


travel and' 
oipenees. 


OulofWiuMtigloa. 


Forest Inspector, at S2,000, and forest super- 

at 12,000 and fc,100. ^ 
Forest Inepeclor, forest supervisor, and tem- 
pprarr disbursing agent, at W,800 and 
12,000, and forest supervisor and speelal fiscal 
agent, at 12,000 and H per diem. 


»!,876.00 

Tie:*? 


12,1*3,01 








Asalfltant loreat Inspfctor, at «,700 and W.2S 




















MoClure, Robt. C 







GlHH^Ic 



EXPEHDITUBES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE. 



FOREST SEEVICE— Oontinuea. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


Amount 
paid tor 
salary. 


travel ^d 
station 

eipensaa. 


Out of irmftiniNoB— Cont'd. 




t ,ei6. ee 
law: 00 
',«a.v> 

,650.00 
87S-O0 

Si 

,066.89 
,000.00 

1,175.00 
i:«8.33 

eo.oo 

; 416. 66 












































































&*Avp ■■■■;;:-.:::: 




























uS^SS'gJw 


^'.\io\\\\\'^\\\\'.\\'.\\'.v^\v^\"\^"\\"\"'.'. 


734.28 












































ax 

ii 

,301 

\m 

;38( 

,m 

'i 

'70( 
llf 

i 

1,266 
i,22i 

1,18: 
'64; 

l.OSO 


22 

00 
00 

67 

4fi 

I 

00 
67 

rm 
































































B^^r.^C 
















































Forest BopervlHor and deputy forert super- 
visor, atTj,*DO. 




S"ffl'SoL- 
































































Forest supervisor, at «,200, 11,400, and ll.SOO, 
and deputy forest supervisor, at 11,800. 
















Forest supervisor and deputy Joreat super- 
vlBor, at>l,200. 








SS1^;^I^.-f:;::::::::;:: 


fsSasSiS'M:*.";"".-.:- 




Balle.CT 

MarBhall. DanlBl S 


Forest supervisor and assistant forest ranger, 


Sl.M 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGRICUUTURE. 



FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



LUMP-FTJND SALARIES— Continued. 



UTudier appropriation 



Name. 


,»,.„.„„. 


Sf 


andfleW 
■Bipensea, 






Si.' 

1,183.33 
700.00 

1,3G0.00 

i,3«8.ee 
i.mas 

1,183,33 

ii 
'111 

i,i«.«« 
i,i4i:«e 

SS)!33 

i.ioaoo 

1,038.86 

200.00 
800, M 










Hafley.F.H 

SSiJ;!:::::::::::::: 




1134.39 


Forest ranger, at 11,500, and asaiatant lumber- 
man, atfl,500 and ll.EOO. 

Forest ranger, at JI.SOO, and forest supervisor, 
at »1,500 and 11,700- 

Forest ranger, at 11,400, and forest supervisor, 
at 11,400 and tl.OOO. 














a?»l.^f^d 11.600. '"" °^ auperiisor. 


382. S2 








Forest ranger, at *1,200 and forest supervisor, 

ForestVaiier. at J1.2O0, and forest supervisor, 
attl,«)0. 




































































-■■-do- ;V|!m 




























































758.33 

■■S.S 

1,008.34 

'■S:i 

810.00 

48.00 
1,1*4,18 

1,080.SS 
1,050.00 

^'m33 

'11 




























Hu8(«d,ShopN 


Forest ranger, at J1,0S0 and »1,200, and forest 
supervisor, at $1,200 and 11,000. 


356.01 


DouglftB, S. H 














































O'Brien, II, K 


Forest ranger, at 11,000, and forest supervisor. 


226. <n 




Deputy fori'at ranger, at 11,100, and forest 

"■sr""™- 




Montanroth, Christ 


















SSi^clS^"- 












Deputy forest ranger, at 11,080, and torsst 







DiB.1izedOyGoO(^lc 



EXPENDITUEES OP DEPARIMENT OF AGRICULTURE, 

FOREST SERVICE— CoEUnaed. 

lieport of expenditures for the Jiseal year ended June 3 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES- 



Oul 0/ Wo»Jliii(Hon — Cont'd 
Blulr, Jainea A 



French, Hany H 

XreuUer, Wm. B 

Ireland, Henry 

Armstrong, Chtta.W... 

Benedlet, Lewis. 

Burton, Wm. C 

Coolln, Davlil 

Jotuuon, Lewis E 



Deputy larfeC ranger, at 

....do 

Deputy forest ranger, at t 

visor, at *1,100. 
Deputy forest ranger, i 

ranger, at tl,200 and II 
Deputy (orest ranger, i 

ranger, at tl,200. 



A^warc, inomaan... 

Taylor, Wm. B 

Walter, William 

UcDonald, R. D 

Floumoy, Hobt. w.., 
Hepburn, Edwin D... 

Kefao, Wm. B 

LUlie. Frank C 

UcLeod. Halcolm 

Maokay, A. J 

Noddln, JohnT 



Deputy forest ranger, i 



I and tJ.lOO, and 
^11,000 and 11,100 




Benti, Geo. a | Deputy 

Tyler, Raymoi 

Whiflden, Geo. L, 
Nelson, Jei "" 
McCoy, Wi 



Bald, Geo. A... 
azzalit Wm.' 



Deputy forast ranger, at (900 1 

Deputy foieat ranger, at tWO, 11,100, and $1,300. 
C^uty forest ranger, at tSOO and (1,100. 



Cryder. Wm. W., Jr , Deputy foreet ranger, at ISOO and ll.oeo 

Campbell, Geo. F 1 Deputy forest ranger, at MOO and ll.OC 

I deputvlorpBt supcri-isor, at Jl,40n, 

Sims, Matthew U I Deputy forest ran^r, at 1900 and il.K 

forest ranger, at W.aOO. 
Wallace, Wm. F do 







.000.00 


3.10 


















9SS.33 
96R.33 


is! it 












10.00 
































si'fii 


































108,00" 


33. SB 






















































883.33 









asyGoOl^lc 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGBICULTURE. 



FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES— CoQtlnned. 



Nuns. 


Title and rate. 


paid'lSr 
salary. 


Amount 
travel Md 


p5;^'r°'Wm^ii 


Deputy forest ranger, ^t tOOO, 11,000, and tt,100. 


1933.33 

11 

866.06 

11 

860.06 

860:66 
322.49 
860.66 

866.66 

soflieo 

866.66 

II 

37B,00 
426.00 

eooioo 

, |i 

000.00 
36g.43 
7SO.00 

flOS-OO 
i,. 146. 66 

'650.00 

632. BO 

1,0»,17 
660.00 
S50.00 

ssoioo 

fifiO.00 
KoioO 








Deputy torest ranger, at (900 and tl,IXK). 














It^'^i ■'■ 




































































































































































































Asaistant lorest ranger and deputy loteat 
ranger, at 11,000. 


























8mU,N.E 


AssiBtant (oreet ranger, at S0a0,lor«et raugrr, 
at il,«XI, and forest aupervlBor, at tl.400 and 

Aaaistant forest ranger, at WOO, and forest 

Assistant forest ranger, at teOO, and forest 

ranger at tl,300. 
Assistant forest ranger, at t900, forest ranger, 

at tI,3D0, andtora^ BUpervlsar, at ll.WO. 


aoi.»' 






















HaU.Chas.C 


Assistant foKat ranger,' at' WOO, and forest 












































Ingram, any M.. 










MeCoT. *-llitam 







CuHH^Ic 



EXPEHDITUBBS OP DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUBE. 
FOREST SERVICE— Continued, 



LUMP- FOND SALARIES — Continued. 



»™. 


Title and ra,M. 


salary. 


SE 

eSidflSd 
eipense*. 


Oat <^ IPa<A(n0ai>.— Cont'd. 


AHBlstuit (Dteat Tanger, at WOO, and foreat 
rm8er,8t»l,200. 


950.00 
900.00 

.11 

968. 13 
008.33 

937:77 

908.33 
890.11 
SSO.SZ 

«»;s3 

ms.32 

78e.66 
908.33 

e6fl.e7 

ii 

MS. 33 
908-33 

908.33 

Si 

863! S3 

mse 

439.46 
008,33 

B3«:a7 

e08.33 
860.27 

697.60 

908.33 
900,00 

897.22 
885.00 

9i6.ee 

993.08 




















^^^o^Sf '"■■: 


















AssiBtajit loreat ranger, atJBOtt, deputy loreat 
ranger, at tl,lOO, and fonat Buparvlsot, at 

Aieistant lorest ranger, at 1900, dBputy loreat 
raider, at 11,109, and deputy loreat auper- 


ti93.44 




14.70 




Awtatant loreat rftngBr,.at teoo, deputy lorest 
ra^, at %l,m, and toieat ranger, at 11.200. 








ABBlstant forest ranger, at WOO, and depttty 
loreetrangBt, at $1,109. 




Blidno Geo H 


K.Vi 
























































































KiiiTit-;;:::::;::: 












































































...do 


17.56 








































Assistant loreat rajiger, at IMO, and deputy 

Assistant forest ranger, at tSOO; deputy forest 
rattget, at 11 flmT^' deputy suiSrvisor. at 

ranger, at 11,000, and lorest ranger, at «;J00. 






















WUIiftma,'A.H 







Goo<^lc 



EXPENDITURES OP DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 



FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



LUMI*-FDND SALARIES— Continued. 



Nftnw. 


„„..„„», 


pald"Sr 
salary. 


t^'vei'^d 

station 
and field 
expenses. 




ABBiaUnt forest ranger, at tMO; deputj loreat 
ranger, atd.OOOftndW, 100, and forest ranger, 

Assiatint forest ranger, at WOO, and deputy 
forest ranger, at »1.000 and 11.100. 








8««:«8 




Clare A 










Adamaon, iea» W 


Assistant forest ranger, at WOO, and deputy 
loreat ranger, at »1,000. 


(17.30 






i 

541 

1 

S31 
071 


66 

66 
66 

ea 

00 

66 
«6 

66 

66 
66 
66 

66 

ee 

66 
66 

ex 

66 
66 














































































































-..-do 




















































8flS.fl8 
866. efl 

S38.ll 
866.66 

ii 

866.66 
851.66 
819. « 
866.66 
866.66 

SS 

866.66 

86i:i0 

<2e.66 
866.66 
866.66 
851.66 

si 

866.66 
684.16 
866.66 



























































































































































































EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUI^TUI: 

FOREST SBRVIGB— Continued. 



P-FDND SALARIES— Contlni 



Nftme. 


„,„..„„. 


psidtor 
salary. 


'III' 




Assistant forest ranser, at tWO, and deputy 
forest ranger, at il,o«. 


8««.«6 

gfi6.ee 
m.m 

886. bfl 
866.M 

secee 

866.68 

Bi3.ea 

S18:66 

gfie.ee 

8fi6.«6 

866.66 
886,66 
886.66 

Si 

886.06 

g4&86 
866.88 
733.33 

K!! 

8fi6.«6 

a! 

533.33 

II 

Gfieiee 

S;!! 

866.86 

If!! 

866.86 

Si 

616.66 
329.U 

375.00 
300.00 

4ts.oa 

810.00 
■ «0.00 

6a DO 

S2li:00 


















































































































































































































BhellabMBr. C. W ■.... 

Shelley, R.S 






































































































































Assistant lonst ranger, at MOO and 11,000. 


















































BKCh.JamesF 







Goo<^lc 



276 EXPEKorTTJRES OF DEPABTMENT OP AGRICULTURE. 

FOREST SERVICEN-ContlDued. 

Report of ezpendituret for the fitcal year ended June 50, 1907, unde 
"AdttUnittration, etc., of Forest Retervei, f70S,36J "— Contin 

LUMP-FUND SALABIBB — Continued. 



Amount 



traTsluul 

and field 



Out <4 ITaihAvtDn— Cont'd 

Baoon, W. W., ]t. 

Bannlater, L. O 

Barber, Jack R 

Bamanl, John 

Barrows, Albert L 

Bar«Riw,O.J 

Bean, Paul T. 

Beara,J.D.F 

Belknap, Geo. E 

Berglund, AbelC. 

Bidgood, Claude li 

BixEy, Jam ' 



1, Emeat C. 



t, B. F. . . 



Bowera, Walter F.. 



Chamberlin, Oeo. V 



rnojrton. 1 
— Qberlin^ \r, 

Cleave, Paid 

CllltOD, Samuel B.. 
Colburo, BrewerA. 
Cole, Geo. A 



Crov. Glennbnm H 
Darby, Anatfu E..' 



Dorwaldt, R. A.T... 

Dyke, JoW 

Evani,rredE 

Feigtison, John A... 

Flmili, Emery J 

Flnley, Robert 

Fitting, Lools 

rioimami, HugoC. 
Frauobam, RheslB . . . 

Qalbraith.J. F 

Qardner, Percr 

aairiwn.J. B 

Oedubn, FntDkC 



araham, Fied 

Haaae, Albert J. . 
Balnea, Roacoe. . . 

Uanlia, Walter E. 
Hardy. Chaa. P.. 



toreat ranger, at KnO... 



497. W I. 
US.O0.. 
337.80'. 

3oaoa . 

260.00 . 




































































EXPENDITURES OF DEPAETMEHl OF AGRICULTURE. 



FOREST SBBVICE— Continned. 



LUMP-FUND BALABIBS— Contlnaed. 



N&me. 


Title and rate. 


1 Amount] 
Amount l^^,™, 


Out of WailUnfion-CoaVd. 










■«» 














is 

sax 00 
iiaoo 

730.00 
82S.0O 

is 

3811.00 






































lie. TO 












































































3oaoo 
leaoo 

260.00 

1?:S 
11 

rsaoo 

82S.0I) 
200.00 

M 

7fi.OI) 

372.60 
220.00 








































































^C^ii(jh,^Wm.A 


^ 






M^^iy.Su^C 


ao 




UoNeH', HlramE 


do 






















































562.50 
«5.00 




Uorrisuy, Otto A 







UOBlmum, LooiB L 
Uumbrne, Victor H 

UuBgroTfl. H. S 

Uyen, LraterS 

NeHletgh, lU C 

Newcomb, Arcble... 

Ntdhob, Wm. J 

NlelsoD, Olnt O 



f«ci, WlKorH...V."'. 
MtenoQ, Cliaa. F... 
PkTk,Chfta.H 



PlerpoQt, R. I 
Plne,M^n>n.. 



EXPENDITURKS OP DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 



FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 





LUMI'-FtIND SALARIES— Cod tlnued. 






Name. 


Title and rale. 


Amount 
paid tor 
eatary. 


travel and 
station 

andAeld 
Bipenae.. 


Out of Washington— Cont'd 




M 
II 

6&0O 

2M.00 

moo 

Is 

825! 00 

ii 
Is 

427.60 

a 

S25.0O 
7S.00 




















































































































































SlverWon.J. 8..._ 






















Smith, Byron E 










Smith, EdrarW 


y:X 














:::::2S:::::-::: 
















800.00 

moo 

337.60 






























300.00 
337. so 

ii 

7400 
300.00 

«7-iO 
300.00 

47: so 

228.00 
22.50 

7s:oo 

90.00 

Ml 

183.50 
187.30 
477.50 
116.00 
H25.0O 




































1150. 6G 































































































































EXPENDITUBES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGEICULTURE. 



FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 

Re-port of (xpenditwa for the fiscal year ended June SO, 3907, under a 



LUMP- FUND SAL.iRIES— Contlnu*d. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


paid for 
salary. 


traToland 
and aeW 






eoioo 

|i 

SOfl.66 
403. «7 

B2&33 

MS. 33 

2H.00 
(85.00 

757. M 
466.00 
MO. 00 

m.m 

2*0.00 

swoo 

397. ao 

li 

II 

eo&ss 

908-33 
20,00 

«.oo 

is 

76! 00 
7B-00 

7S.O0 

II 
II 

raiflo 




































Assistant forest ranger, M tM> and teOO, and 
dmuty forest ranger, at W.OOO, 










Aaaiatant foioat ranger, at KM acd I»Oa 










AesLstant forest ranger, at 1720, and deputy 

forest ranger, at »1,10I). 
Aaabtant forest ranger, at. 173) and WOO. and 

deputy forest ranger, at tl.OOO. 
Assistant forest ranger, at »7a) and 1900 




























































































































































Foreat guard and assistant forest ranger, at 

tOOO; deputylorest ranger, attl, 100; and foi^ 

est ranger, at «,400. 
Foreat guard, at tOOO; asslatsnt (oreat isnger, 

at tfll», and deputy forest iBnger, at lUOO. 
Foreat guard and assistant forest ranger, at 

WOO, and deputy [oreat ranger, at 11,100. 












Zachan Arth 




























































































































Flemlni.J.W 







.Gooi^lc 



280 EKPENDITUBBS OF DEPABTMEHT OF AGBICULTUEE. 

FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



"Adminiitratitm, t 

LtJMP-FUND SALABIEB — Continued. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


Mlary. 


•Si 

and field g 
ezpensea.', 


Out nf ITwAinvtoD—Cont'd. 




102. so 

i 

142.110 

li 
II 

11 

27. so 

moo 

jS 

IST.EO 
112:60 

'11 

22.60 

li 
|i 

36.00 

HT.eo 

02.80 

'm 

75.00 
6(10.00 

90.60 
296.00 

994.16 
836.00 

ii 

818. 3S 
848.33 

il 


























g^Sl^.C^Jr 


do 


























































































































































































St^C.W..ir 






















?X^™'^':^.--.::::;::: 






















SS^V^.^.*'.-;.:::;:::: 


















Foieatguard, at t720 and 11.(10 per d!em 

Forest guard, at JT20 and BO cent! per diem.... 
Forest guard, at 1720, and assistant loiest 

ranger, at tl. 100. 
Fores! guard, at »720, asalstant forest ranger, 

at WOO, forest ranger, at »1,200, and forest 

supervisor, at il,400. 
Forest guard, at 1720, assistant forest ranger, 

at »»C8, and forest ranger, at W.WO. 
Forest guard, at »720, assistant forest ranger. 

at two. and forest ranger, at 11,200. 












Higgtns, Cha«. G. Y 


119.32 


















Forest guard, at 1720. aeelatant forest ranger, 
at tSW, deputy forest ranger, at SI, 100, and 
forest ranmr, at 11 3M. 

Forest guard, at S720, assistant forest ranger, 
at MOO, and deputy forest ranger, at 11,100. 































EXPENDIIUEES OF DEPABTMEKT OF AGBICULTUBE. 



FOEEST SERVICE— Continned. 



LUMP-PDND SALAKIEB— Continued. 



Name. 


Title and nit«. 


paid for 

salary. 


Amount 

travel s'Sd 
station 
and Bold 
ezpansea. 


Onto/ WiuhfnaUm-CimVi. 


ToMBt Buard. at r20, utdatant torost nmgBr, 
at WW. and loieat ranger, at tl.lOO- 








B23.89 




KI^Tr.::'.:".:::::::: 


Foreat Buard. at 1720, aaiflBtant forest renfier, 
at tm. loreet ranger and deputy (orBst bu- 

FoiBit enard. at 1720, assistant forest raoger, 
at WOB. and ileputy lorest ranger, at JlioBo. 


H7B.86 




li 


66.60 






















is 

8ae.se 

782! 99 

saas 

so*. 88 
762, » 
576.00 

MtOO 
14100 

is 

703.00 
36a 00 
640.00 

736! 60 
76L00 

moo 

B70.00 

li 

785! 00 
783.50 

li 

si 
si 

240.60 
186.00 

Si 
II 

804.00 
460.00 
766.00 
622.00 






















































ForBst twrdjSt 1720, and ai^fltant loiort 






















































































































































































































































































j«rvi.,chi».E. .'.■.■.:::;;::: 


......do 





282 EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGBICTJLTUBB. 

FOREST SERVICE— Continned. 

Report of expendituret for the jUcal year ended June SO, 1907, under appr 
" Adminutralion, etc., of Forest Reierva, p03,S€I " — Continued. 

LUMr-FUND 



Out of Vaikinglon—Ctmt'i. 
JeweU, Jamea E 



D, and aaeletant t 



Kdti?, Frank P.. . 
Katby, DavldH... 

Libeu,' Joseph j!"! 
HoCall. JuusbD... 
McCarthy, F. P.... 



May, Thomas 

Morgan, Harry N... 

Haya. Marlon F 

MondeU, LenisJ... 

Murray, Ray 

OUnger, W.S 

Fattan, A,E 



Pennock, F. w 

ParBgov, H.II 

Peatoni, John B 

Poore. JameB F 

Purtyman, Oeo, S.. 



Rider, V 



a, T. N.. 



n.MarkM.. 

Roper, Wm,H 

Ruth. Thomas B 

Soberman, J. a 

BcoH-BileW 

ShoUey. Percy T 

Schuris, Joaiih 

Smith, FoaMrG 



Spaiddlng. T. C 

Start, irtn.T 

Stephenson, J. B... 
Strong, Edw. E., ]r 
Swallow, LowJsA.. 
Thomas. Frank W. 
Thrower, Wm.n.. 



671100 . 
765.00 . 
602.90 . 



717, SO . 

741. 09 . 

315.00 . 

76a09 . 

3I13.E0 . 

386.00 . 

605.00 . 



■WimB.Chas.0.... 
Wooden, loba L. . . 

Woods, E. A 

Parker, Thomaa U 



d 1900, and assistant 



738.00 . 
736.00 . 



.Goo'^lc 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



LUMP- FUND SALARIES — Continue 



Name. ' TLt 




ndrate 






Si 

220. so 

moo 

ii 

539.00 
302,90 
500. DO 
BO, 00 

eaoo 

EW.K> 
fi6.O0 


Amount 
paid lor 
travel and 


Ottlof Washingltm-CaaVi. 
































■flf";;;:::;;:;;;; 


::::do::::::;:::;: 


m«t 


latcher, W,B 

a"cS..'i;.-.v;:::::::::: 

Coltir.HarryN 


;;;i 


J:::::::::::: 














^gfe;;;;;;;;:;; 


;:::do::::;;;::::: 












i££,f?« 


;:::ao::;::::::::: 
....do 








....do 






«6?.50 
70S, 00 

3S2.00 

42S.50 
171.00 

73S!00 




Paddock, Wm. 8 


oV.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

a'.'.'.'.'.'.::.'.'.'. 




pratr^.t.^."."::::::::;:::::: 
^J3:^S.r.-.:::::::;:::::;;::: 








i^f-;:;;;;;;;;; 














Mt :::::::::::: 


^^I^oo-Robt .J 


















iSrr---"'"-:- 


Fore 


It guard, at 17 

o:::::::::;;: 


» 




23s!do 
60.00 
















{ssriv^ii s 








1:1 ■■■■■■-■::■: 


iS'Ss""-----'---- t--'"-'- 








aker.W.I 




















arrett, A. t^ 

arton,Walt«-a 

aumeartner, J E 

■SSiSTc":::;:::::::: 

llB.Bert 


:;:|;:;:;::;::;; 




is 




ird«U, A.J 

SIIS,»...::::::::::::: 


....do 120.00 

....do I .W-00 

....do aaoo 


■■■■■■ii-ii 



EXPENDITUBES OF DEPABTMENT OF AGRICULTUBE, 



FOEEST SERVICE— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES — ContlnHed. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


Amoimt 


Amount 

station 
acdfltdd 
aiponeee. 


Oat <^ Wo*MBjftm-Cont'd. 




tlO2.0O 
112.00 

ss 

S8.00 

ii 
/is 

§ 

isoioo 

238.00 

2eaoa 
moo 

zfloioo 

60.00 

li 

w.oo 

194.00 
28.00 

il 

li 




















































































































































































































































Dgl^s::^:::::::;::::::: 
















































itoSita^u^D 
































eoaoo 

180.00 
30.00 

eo'oo 

222.00 

8*. 00 
180.00 

«6aoo 

258.00 
























































f=^,lA:::::::::::;:- 






















OaUlB.A.A. 





EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE. 



FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



LDMP.FUND 8ALAEIES— Continued, 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


AniDimt 
paldJor 
aaLary. 

t«i.m 

160.00 

1^ 
300.00 
300.00 

16, 00 

s 

ii 

230.00 

11 

i«!oo 

42,00 

s 

iz 

32.00 

li 
S 

204.00 

'!f!S 

sse.oo 
eo.oo 

2«.00 
10*. 00 
300.00 

moo 

TsioO 
156. OO 
60.00 

2iaoo 

27ft 00 
120.00 


tn^TeliSd 




























































































Hedrlck; Fraot 




















■-t 




































































































































































Sfel---""-" 




























































































































9:^01) 














120.00 1 



.Gooi^lc 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 



FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



LUMP-PrND SALARIES— Con 



Name. 


Title snd rate. 


AmouDt 
paid Kir 
salary. 




<Mof lfa«*iiVtoB-Cont'd. 




1109.60 

«aoa 

42.01 
17t00 
480.00 

IS. 00 

OIL 00 
leaoo 
oeaw 

coo 

2&00 

ii 

17100 

lis 00 

1152.00 

ii 

300,00 

120.00 

«&00 
1*2,0) 

2«aoa 

II 

lift So 

&l 

SLOO 
214 00 

^!! 

uaoo 
eaoo 

■Si! 

34.00 

■E 

03.00 
98.00 
IB. Ml 

220.00 
24.00 

S$ 

12.00 

108.00 
240.00 


























































































































































































































































































































Rusk' J. B„. 




























Stolfc^y.B^. 







































































jooi^lc 



BXPENDIIUBES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGEICULTUBi;. 



FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES— Continued. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


pald™r 
salary. 


paid lor 
travel and 

and Oeld 
eipraises. 


OW <4 Waihiagtm-CwVi.. 




leO-DO 
60.00 

imoo 
imoo 

212.00 
60. OD 

is 

16. DO 

30.00 
6&00 

ass 

137.00 
211.00 

flo.oo 

SSS 

220.00 

2a 00 
moo 








































|^tb«*,C.A 


























































































































240.00 

moo 

176.00 
40.00 

eso.oo 

ffi:!8 

ae-oo 

60.00 
210.00 


































Iffiw?*;:;-:-;:;;;- 






























do 




Witter, Berry S 




12.00 

II 

240.00 

4So.oa 

73-33 
80.00 

28:00 

1,793:7s 

1,267:83 
'424:00 














do 


























































Forest assistant, at *1,500 and »1.25 per diem... 
Forest assistant, at tl,500 and 50 cents per 

Forest assistant, at »1,400 and J15S per diam.. . 
Forest assistant, at »1 ,300 and Jl.SOpsr diem, 

and assistant lorest Inspector, at Jl,300. 
Forest assistant, att!,900and 1125 per diem... 

Forest assistant, at »l,2O0 and 11 .50 per diem, 

and forwt inspector, at 11300. 
Forest assistant, at nan and IlJiB pet diem, 

and at 11 ,200 and 11 .M per diem. 
Forest assistant, at 11,200 and 11.25 per diem... 








Clement, Geo. E 

Wootoe3..T6eo.B..Jr 

^.J;.;.v;;:::;:::: 


207.30 
27.70 




Brown, H.J 


I'll 


125. SS 


















E«nistm,J.H 




172.63 



288 EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 

RejKWf of expendituret for the fiscal year ended Jmte SO, 1907, under approprialion 
"Adminittratian, etc., of Forest Reservea, f708,S61 " — Continued. 

LCMF-FUND SALABIEB — CoDUnued. 



Out of iPoaftjfwCan— Cont'd. 



. Forest tugistant. at SI JCO and tl^ par diem, 

Bud aasistant mrest mnwctor, M tl.200. 
. ForeataeslstantiSttl.lWaadll^perdleiB.. 



Burral^.H. D 

Head, ArthurD 

Bmltfi.M.Jr 

Drake, WillardM.., 

Btudley,HoraooF.. 

BnilQB. J.F 

CooUdB|,FhIUnT... 

Florj, Clias. a. 

Pionune, Rudo L... 



HI OBBrBtaDt, I 
. Forest asslstaot, a 



»1,100 

' ti idoa 'and ii !fd per dltniu '. '. 



. Foiest assistant, St t],oao and t1.2fi per diem.. 



. Forest aaalstaat, at Il.ot 



Turner, Hain C 

.Bradlsh,W.H 

Blller.H.A 

Tompkins, Frank.. 

DaU, Arthur i..."... 



. Forest agent, at two and At 

. Forest agent, at 1900 and at 

. Forest BgeDtiAtSemandat 

. Expert, at Imt 



id typewriter, at 
id typewriter, a1 



Montgomsry, E. F . . 

O' Brian, Geo. W 

Marr, Arthur N 

Bembry.B. W 

Buck, atirlBT 

Steward, Luther. . . . . 

Butler, Jas. P 

Humphrey, P. N 

Bennett, Bertlia 

Collins T.J 

Conant, J. w 

Fltigerald, T. E 

Porter, iarrywV.l!: 

ThomBOQ, John 

WUaon, Fiancaa 

■Btout, JohnD.'.;;;!;! 

Cope.UabelO 

Miner, Wm. J 

aiosson, Edna E 



. ClaA, stBnographer,andtypawrttei,atlI,fll».. 
. Cleft, at IWB and ai (1500 



. aerk, atlWO... 



. Qerk, at tTai and at n 

. aerk.atlTai 

~ X sto^eraplier, ai 

. deA',Ui3O0'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 



1 typewriter, at tno.. . 



060.00 
46«.ll . 
866. 6S 



739.60 . 

uaoi '. 

100.60 . 



BZPENDITUBES OP DBPABTMEKT OF AGBICULTUEE. 28i 

FOEEST SBRVICB— Continued. 

Eeporl of expendituret for the fUml year ended June SO, ISffl, underl'appropriatwt 
"Admimetration, tU., of Foreet Reserves, f708,S61" — Continued. 



Mticellaneoiu ntpfUet, tie. 

Auard, John E .,,--,- 

Aagard, N. P. * Bsehel 

Abbott, Jamea P 

Aoord, H. L 

Acord, Oltva, 

Adams, Chu, D 

Adams, Oeorga U 

Adanu, Henry T 

All™, EUan. 

AUred, Amite E 

Allmd, Mary. 

Amador, A 

Anaconda Copper Ulnliig Co 

Anderson, A.E 

Anderson, A H 

Andenon, A. W 

Andoraon, Carl 

ADdmaon, Eugb 

Anderaon, Jr., Jaa 

Anderson, sr., Jaa 

AnderaQD, Jobn A — -. 

AndersoL, J. P 

Andorson, M. O 

Anderson, P. P 

Andsraon, Sarali A 

Antlen L&nd and Cattle Co., The. . . 

AtvIbo, Manual 

Aabdown, Cbrla 

Ashland Uanntactnrfaig Co. 

Baboook, Geo. K 

Bailer, Benton R. 

Baker, CM 

Bafeer Light and Power Co. 

BameB, B. F., poatniaBter,Waablng- 

Barnhuist, Jomea C 

Bartlett,A.W 

Bane, Daniel H 

Bates, ti., OUver <■ 

Bauer, Harry J 

Baxter, Jolm S. 

Bean, Geo. C 

Bean, James. 

Beck, Simon T. 

Beecher, R. A 

Bell Bros 

Battls, H. 8 

Bierltuf cb Cunningham ...... 

BlgBlackleetHliringCa 

Black Bros 

Bkckrood, A. B 

Blackwood. E. L 

Bond A Bros., O. W 

Boren, WlUi«m J 

Bowler, Harry 

Bowles, H.C 

Boyce, Jeaee 

Boylngton.T-Bl 

Brasher, EUia. 

Btterly.W.C 

Brock, D. 8. 

Brown, Geo. H 

Brown, Henry J 

Brown, Nevin 

Cameron, Darld 

Cameron, J. M. 

Campbell, Joseph L 

Carr* Wallace 

Carroll, J. C 

Cfcrtar, Hynim 

Carter, Reuben 

S. Doc. 4Mi, 60-1- 



Miaeelian'mu luppUei, etc.— Con. 

Catron A Elliott.'.'. !i'.!!!" 

Chapman, S. W 

Chftvei, Oftbino 

Chavez, Marcus 

Chavez, Silviano. 

Christiana, J, H 

Clark, D.Walter.'.'.'"!!!!!"]!!!"!!! 

Clark, Fred B... 

Clark, W,L 

Clark & Campbell. 

Cole, James E 

Cook, D. W 

Cook, Georn A. : 

Coot J. F.. .!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Cook, Lester. 

Cook, Thos 

Cook, Warren E 

Cox, i.H. ..!!!!!!!!!!!!!:!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Crandell, Joseph D 

Crawford, J. B 

Creager, J. G 

Crooked River Mini^ and Milling 

Co 

Curtis, Asa 

Cutshall, W. M 

Dahl, Niels N 

Dslley, J. B 

Darrah.H.W 

Davenport, Jno. B 

Davis, E.W 

Davis, O.P 

De Baca, Psciflco C 

DeLong, Albert 

DeLong, Ralph 

Deming, Kauerlne 

Dlokey, ?;dward 

Dlttol, Pha. S 

Droubay, Paul 

Duffleld, E. H 

Dunbar! J. 'm.'. ■/.!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!! 

Dunbar 4 Johnson 

Dunn, Richard 

Eastwood, W. A 

Edgraand, T. K 

Edmunds, Thomas 

Edwards, J, W 

Elniore,i.J 

Empire Gold Minhig Co 

Eicanbrack, W. W., and Lewis, T. J, 

Estrada, E 

Eubanka, Sam.B 

Eureka Lumber Co 

Evans, David W 

Evans! 8- S., Heynolds, A. H., end 

Osenbaugb, Allen 

Famwortii, Br^ham 

Ferguson, w. P 

File, Mrs. Josephs ; 

Ftndlay, A.D 

Fitigerald, A. R 

FiWgerald, B. K 

Ford, John 

Foi, QBOrea H 

Fuller, J. H 

Fuller, Wm 

Futrell, E. T 

Qidli^e, Juan Franolaoo 

Gannett, O. P 

Garcia, Jesus Maria 

Gila Lumber Co 

Giles Lumber and BhhigleCo 



9a 00 

3,000.00 



10 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPABTMENT OF AGBICUI.TURE. 



FOREST SHRVICE— Continued. 



N^e. 


i«,rt. 


Num. 


Amount. 




30.00 

1:!! 
M 

!i 

se.oo 

100,00 
.(13 

4.00 
2.50 

175! 00 
3.00 

6a 00 

1.60 
26.00 

73.00 

12.00 

WOO 




16.38 




































































Low IT, Lawrence „ 
























































Martln.F.'c 






























































•4 

3,00 

40! GS 
2,85 

S33.00 

looioo 

s 
fl 
'is 
41 


























































































Ivory Land and Live Stock Co.,tlm E 








































































































































moo 

20.30 

l!20 
67. M 

.82 


















Lake Shore Loud and LlTcTStock Co. 
















-OO 



EXPENDITUBES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTtTKE. 



FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



MitccUamotu luppiUi, 

FetefB, P. G 

Peteraon, Jaa, C 



Foulsoii, Moggie 

Powell, WUjfiun.... 

PrincB. JoMph O 

Proctor, James V 

Proctor Si Son, Mary £.. 

Prolhera, John H 

Oolcksrt, P. A 

JEwidall, W. J 



Kobb, Samuel 

RobertaoD, D. A 

BobertBon, Edwin. . . . 
Robertaon, George... 



Sanchez, Louia^.... 

flcheloake, J. H 

flchmldt, Wm. J 

flcott,O.L 



fleeJy, J. W., jr 

Seely, J. W., ar 

Beely, Wm.) 

Seward. Edwlii B . . 

Sharp, J. T 

Sbelton, F.K. 

Sbmeii], Cedareaaa I 

Shti&>,W.S 

ShowattcT, Junes S 

Smith, C.B 

Smith, OiarieaW.. 

8mitli,H.K 

Smith. J. J 



Snider.H.R 

SnlrelT, Ho^E 

Siiow,d. B 

Snow, Josephs. 

Bpirtfr-HarreU Co., The... 



Ko 



State oi X^flaA. . 



XiicelkineiHta mpplitt, tie.— Con. 
> ot Men 



Slate o( N 

State of Nevada 

State ot South Dakota, 

State otUtah 

State of WsshlDston.. 
State ol Wyoming..... 

Story, E. L 

Stubta, Wm.M 

Sutton, S.H 

Sweet, J. E 

Sylvester, Joeeph. 

Talbot, Wm.H.,ar..-. 
Tanner, E . . 



/ of AriEona 

Territory of New Mexico . . . 



Thompaon, T. C 



TophBm,i. R 

Topham &Co., Simon T... 

Tucker, J.S 

TurnbuU, Thomas. 

Uinta Indians, The. 

Valdez, Francisco 

Van Wagpnen, WlUord. . . . 

Vicl[ora7c.L 

Walker, Edwin 



Il Wall, Isaac 6 

' Walter, EdwardC... 



Weston, Hoy 

White, budlev.. 
Whtting. F •* - 






ad Live Stock 



J.81 ,] Wllberg.Corl... 



._._.ici Clayton."... 

1, Wilder ALee 

|, Williams, AlbsrtH... 



i. Wilson, Albert.. 



ftetunde to States ai 



715.38 

3X.Wt 



supplies, etc , 

Travel and slaiim and field expaaa, 
Langvllle, W. A 



<n allotted to fiscal year 1W7... 



EXPENDITUBES OP DEPABTMENT OF AGltlCTJLTUBE. 



FOREST SERVICH— Continued. 



Nune. 


Amount. 


Nune. 


Amount. 


SbUtDncrv. 


a. 00 
















"fU 




29.23 

45.09 
33.7S 

S.OII 

42: » 
10. SI 

30. as 

19. W 

is! 00 
is! 00 

II 

16.20 

18.00 
28.00 
74.39 

SO. 00 
6.26 
30.50 
22.00 

II 

moo 

37.10 
B.60 

23.75 

tu 

l.OS 

4.60 
3.00 
7.00 

4.37 
41. «2 

li:2B 

s 






































































'« 










12:26 

1S.W 

II 


































Thompson Fills MereantiteCi 












IK 






i:iirtt.F.M 








11 






WaUop-Momiiiffit^biiCo 

Warnock, Fred (Eeppner Guette)... 




'3iSic^i^'v;;;::::::::::::::::::::; 






10.0s 
e.66 


aBhrlng-F-J 










3,128.30 










: ^n.cMS::::;::::::::::;::::;::: 


R.0O 




^a^l°ffc.V:::::::::::::::::::::::- 


Hellerfkrs. Itorie 


ThompaonFdUifercantltoCo 


V^ 










H^Xi^■p^■:::::;:;::::::::::;::: 


Furl. 

Anderson Lumber and Hardware Co. 

Freight. 

El Paso and Southwestern Byatam... 

TeUplumt. 

Garteti A Sons, H. B 

Rooky MovmtalnlBell Telephooe Co.. 




















Luie, C. B 


M.16 






D vingsWm Art and Docoiatlve Co . . . 


3.V6 










MadseD Hardwars and rornttnie Co. 




s«a. 


































Monia.'c. N 

Uarray Lumber Co 






Crocker 4 Co., J 





EXPEKDIXUBES OP DEPABTMENT OF AGBICULTTJBE. 
FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 



Report of expendilv.re» f 



Name. 


AmouDt. 


Nuns. 


Amount. 


iJnU-Contlnued. 


1 
1 


Tratel and nation aitifitldtx- 
petuti-Coaanaed. 




fsihi&^sss^.'":^'- 




















































30.00 
BioO 




?!■;! 


















































398.69 












aaiandaearicas. 






















Trard and unJion and field apmia. 


KV.06 

Si 

7.31 
IS. 36 
2.80 

TiflO 





































































Uneipeniled bBlsnce 118, 788. TB 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES. 



Nftmi). 


Title ud rete. 


Sl' 


Amount 
paid lor 
travel and 

iSidHdd 
eipenMB. 


Keoord.S.J 


FoiBBt asalstant. it 11,300, and chief ol reeon- 


t3M.W 

11 

'sjoioo 

II 


WB6.39 
















































































4,376.08 











EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 



FOEEST SERVICE— Continued. 



Rtport of expenditura for the fiecal year ended Jv 



Cooperative lui^}:, Fareit jnvettigatiom, fl7,G0S." 



1907, uvder appropriation 



»«... 


Amount. 


Name. 


Am^u,^. 


UitceUanemu lujrpHei, etc. 


138.23 

490. M 

42. 2S 
14.00 

11 
II 

11:40 
38.95 

4i 

2S60 

2s!90 
.14S.77 

'11 

41 

2.«0 
44.60 
44.60 
12.90 
12.90 

|i 

so. 95 

M 




















Total (incladjug remndB) 


















Net amount paid lor mlscello- 
































Tnwl and Xollon and firH Bcpmm. 




















































































































1 
1! 


















a"K.*:»-.:::::::::;--:-:-- 
















peck7A.s ::... 




















San Joaquin LigM and Powiir Co . . . 





































































Unexpended balaooi 
B^nymenl to ciedtt ol a] 

Net uneipended bal 



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EXPENDITURES OP DEPAKTMBNT OP AGRICULTURE. 295 

FOREST 8BEVICB— ConUnued. 

Report ofexpenditurei/or theJUcal year ended June SO, 1907, UTider approprialion "Sur- 
vey and report on Appalachian and White JfouTtloin wattreheai, 1907 and 1908, 
ti5,000." 

LUUF-FX7ND SALARIES. 



Name. 


TltlBundraM. 


paldtor 

SBlBiy. 


paid f 01 
travel and 
station 
and Held 
BipensM. 


In WalMntUm. 




ISO.OO 
475.00 






AsBistutt loneter, at 13,700 a 














S25.00 











Report of expenditure* for the fitcal year ended Junt SO^ 1907, under appropriatum 
Survey and report on Appalaehian and White Mountain watirihede, 19(f] and 1908, 
ftS.OOO." 



Nuna. 


Amoant. 


Nune. 


Amount. 




t3s.a) 


Continued. 










1S2.27 





















Uneqwnded baJan™ M,U2.86 



HUcelbmtout mppliti, et: 



' mieeaantmu nppOa, cfe.— Cont'd. 

, Ourley, J. M 

Total 



Unexpended balance 

CONTRACTS. 
[GipeDditDTe* bereunder are alio distributed ai 



ig the lortgoing groups.] 



Nature ol contract. 



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296 BSPBNDITUBE8 OF DEPABTMENT OF AGBICULTUBB. 

FOREST SERVICE— Continued. 

RECAPITULATION. 

atatutoiy •ftlarUa 1112, 133. IB 

Liunp-luud aalari«>: 

Id WsBhlDEtoD 25e,«T.U 

OutBldeolWaBlilncton 817,1TO.8B 

BtatlomiT -- 27,221.38 

MiKsUftaeoDa supplies and s«rvI<MB, egulpmtint, books, madiliierv, etc 175, 282. 10 

Purnltuie 17,134.08 

liiai tae.ai 

Freight 1,088.78 

Expnsa 3,812.66 

Telegiaph 3,817.81 

TolBphoiiB , 1, tn. 77 

Bent, 28,678.88 

Qm and eleotridty m.M 

Apparatus, InstiummtB, and laboratorv material IS, 338. 77 

Frfiitliig and WndlnK 29,881.28 

Travel and station and fleld expenses 183,803.74 

Total lof entire Forest Service 1,677,180.90 

Total of all appropriations 1,888,969.00 

Total expenditures under above groaps l, 677, 180. 99 

ITneiiiended balance 291, 800. 01 

BepaTments to credit ol appropiiations 138. 17 

Net unexpended balance 191,813.18 

Bolaoee under appropilatlonB "Adminlatratlmi, etc., of ForsM ReaervM" and 

"Cooperative work, forest investigation," available until used 180,710,62 

T1..I — ^ under appraprlationB "AdnilnistratloD, etc., of the natlCDal torsBts, 



1807 and imB,"and "Survey and report on Appalachian and White Mountain 
Watersheds, 1907 and 1908,^ available In flscsl year 1908 U 



i3,670.2T 



Balante (September 30, 1907) 68,273. 21 

Outstanding liabilities (estimated) 87,616.87 

Balance to be turned bade Into Treasury (estimated) 10,727.81 

FBOJSCTB. 

The principal projecto conducted by the Forest Service during the fiscal year ended 
June 30, 1907, were as followe, with approximate coBt in each case. The coat of theee 
projects has also been chafed in each case against the group to which it pertains. 
Administration : 

Forester and associate toreeter — 

Salaries fl4,050.00 

Travel and other expenses 4.117.34 

J18, 167. 34 

Branch of glazing-— 

Salaries 3, 206. 83 

Travel and other expenaes 1, 590. 76 

4, 796. 68 

Branch of silviculture — 

Salariea 2,293.33 

Travel and other expenses 936.75 

3,230.08 

Branch of products — 

Salaries 2,025.00 

Travel and other eipeneee 635. 85 

2, 660. 86 

Branch of operation — 

Salariea 3, 1Z5.00 

Travel and other expenses 312. 02 

3,437.02 

Supervisioa: 

Office of dendroli^y — 

Salaries 3,800.00 

Travel and other expenaes 1,030.94 

4,830.94 



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EXPENDITURES OP DEPABTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 297 

Supervision— Continued. 
Office of extension— 

SsJaries $3,396,33 

Ti^vel and other expeneee 1,376.12 

H 772. 45 

Office ot Bilvice — 

Salaries 2, 100. 45 

Travel and other expenses 545. 17 

2, 654. 62 

Office of management — 

Salaries 4,216.67 

Travel and other expenaea 2, 096. 19 

6, 312. 86 

Office of wood utilization — 

Salaries 2,733.34 

Travel and other expenses 766.73 

3,500.07 

Section of wood chemisby— Salaries 2, 499. 68 

Section of wood usee — 

Salariea 1,662.79 

Travel and other expense* 25. 00 

1, 687. 79 

Office of wood preservation-HSalariee 2. fi08. 34 

Office of publication — 

Salaries 3, 208. 33 

Travel and other expenaee 812.03 

4,020.36 

Office of organization — 

Salaries 8,546,26 

Travel and other expenses 3,882,45 

12, 428. 71 

Office of lands— Salaries 692.22 

Office of ei^neeriag — 

SEdaries .■ 1, 644. 72 

Travel and other espenaes 940.34 

2,585.06 

Office of accouniB — Salaries 2, 041. 67 

Office of maintenance— Salaries I, 717. 00 

Forest law: 

Salaries 6, 465. 28 

Travel and other expenses 2, 627, 93 

9,093.31 

Dendrological studies: 

Sftlanes 4,556.00 

Field, travel, and station expenses 3, 185.55 

7, 740. 55 

Forest information: 

Salaries 750. 00 

Travel and other expenses 146.06 

895, 06 

Forest insjwction: 

General^ 

Salaries 21,429,23 

Travel and other expenses ; 17, 207- 90 

38. 637. 13 

Planting — 

Salaries 2, 112. 50 

Travel and other expenses 638.48 

2, 750. 98 

Wood products — 

Salaries 1,350,00 

Travel and other expenses 1, 481,93 

2,831.93 

Appalachian study: 

Salaries 1,166.83 

Travel and other expenses 868.79 



29b EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AOKICUT-TUEE. 

Control of grazing: Salariea $4, 808. 33 

Development of grazing: 

Salaries $4, 198. 83 

Travel and other expenses 2,513.51 

6, 712. 94 

Forest planting; 

Experimental stations and general niperviBion— 

Salaries 14,336.56 

Field, travel, and station expenses 22, 598. 92 

— — 36,935.48 

Preliminary studies: 
Forest planting- 
Salaries 342.34 

Traveling and other expenses 114. 86 

467. 2» 

Working plans — 

Salanea 380.01 

Traveling and other eipenses 624.76 

1,004.77 

Cooperative work: 

Forest planting- 
Salaries 5,326.62 

Field and travel expenses 3, 660. 04 

'— — 8 986. 66 

Forest management — 

Salaries 10,203.86 

Field and travel expenses 5,807.67 

16,011.63 

Forest products— Salaries and expenses (paid entirely from con- 
tributions) 12, 195. 12 

Fire lines on National Forests (paid entirely from contributions)... 1,781.66 
Silvical studies: 

Salaries $703.34 

Field and travel expenses 561.32 

1, 264. 66 

Forest library;: Salaries 3, 784.08 

Silvical compilation: Salaries 471. 60 

Permanent sample plots: 

Salaries |3, 203. 49 

Field, travel, and station expenses 1, 861.29 

— — 5,064.78 

IS supervision — National Forests; 

lanes 45, 391. 62 

Field and travel expenses 28, 226. 05 

73,617.67 

Forest atlas: 

Salaries ; 1,454.45 

Travel and other expenses 291. 00 

— — — 1, 745. 45 

Wood chemistry studies: 

Extracts and distillatee— 

Salaries 1,150.50 

Field, travel, and station expenses 1,104.06 

2, 254. 56 

Salaries 862.50 

Field and station expenses 1,643. 19 

2, 505. 69 

Wood pulp — ■ 

SaWies 1,300.00 

Field and station expenses 4,396.32 

5, 696. 32 

Special studies of wood uses; 

Salaries 4, 945. 82 

Travel, field, and station expenses 3,390.27 

8,336.09 



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BXPBNDITUBES OP DBPABTMENT OF AGBICULTUBE. 299 

Timber-testing ejperimeats: 

Salaries 514,075,83 

Travel, field, and etation expensee 7, 656. 06 

|21, 731.8» 

Compilation of BtatisticB: 

Forest products — 

Salaries ■ 2.408.33 

Travel and other eipenseH 552.80 

2, ofil. 13. 

Forest computatioiiB: 

Salaries 12,238.16 

Travel expeneee 321. 83 

12, 659. 99 

Draftii^ of forest maps: Salaries 23, 630. 6ft 

Wood-preservation studies and experiments: 

Wood under ground — 

Salaries 3, 433. 34 

Travel and other expenses 1, 084. 25 

4,517.5* 

Wood in water — 

Salaries 1, 100. 00 

Travel and other expenses 428.67 

1,528.67 

Wood above ground — 

Salaries 5, 309. 50 

Travel and other expenses 3, 493. 57 

8 803.07 

Publication of results, forest investigations: 

Salaries — 

Preparation of articles 1, 800. 00 

Editorial review 1, 266. 67 

Distribution 1. 300. 00 

Proof reading, et<; 1, 600. 00 

Printing, bulletins, circulars, etc 41, 516. 96 

— 47, 483. ea 

Educational s^dresaes, etc.: 

Salaries ] , 508. 74 

Travel and other expenses 1, 169.97 

2, 678. 71 

Administration and protection of National Forests: 

Salaries of supervisors, rangers, and guards 850, 994. 17 

Travel, field, and station expenses 179, 102.66 

1, 030, 096. 83. 

Forest boundary, surveys, and reports: 

Salaries 24,121.16 

Travel and field expenses 24, 807. 47 

48, 928. 63 

Examinations of mining claims: Travel expenses 3,219.47 

Examinations of land titles, National Forests: Salaries 913.32 

Examinations of homestead clnims. National Forests: Salaries 878. 33 

Examinations of applications for use of National Forests: Salaries 8,132.77 

Examinations of land claims. National Forests: Salaries 8.932.22 

Supervision of permanent improvement work oa National Foresta: 

Salaries 1633.94 

Travel and other expenses 876.72 

1, 510. 66 

Wichita Forest and Game Preserve 14,999.0ft 

Accounting work; 

Eeceiptfl-Salaries 15,215.56 

Auditing and disbureii^-— Salaries 10,498.61 

Bookkeeping and accounting statistics — Salaries 8, 556. 13 

24, 270. 30 

Sten<wrapby and typewriting: General salaries 21, 719. 27 

Mail distribution : Salaries 1, 920. 00 

Files and mailing lists: Salaries 15,303.8% 

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300 EXPENDITURES OF DEPABTMENT OF AGRICUDTUBE. 

PhotoCTaphic work: 

Salanee }&,921.33 

Equipmeiit 240. 74 

Supplies 4,181.65 

110,343.72 

Quartera: 

Salaries of watchmen, meseengera, eto. 16,358.42 

Rest of buildinge m Washington '. 19, S55. 49 

Maintenance and supplies 3, 227. 68 

39, 141. 59 

Supplies: 

Salaries — 

Purchase 1, 400. 00 

Care and distribution 6, 608. 29 

8, 008. 29 

Purchase — 

Office furniture and equipment 34,417.72 

Stationery and expendable Bupplies 31,406,11 

Camp and field equipment and supplies. 20, 713. 02 

Field iiiBtrumenta 18, 945. 82 

Law books 498, 70 

105, 981. 38 

Telephone messages 668. 52 

Telegrams 3, 847. 91 

Freight chaiges 1, 047. 29 

Express 3, 500. 00 

Advertising timber sales, etc 3,800.00 

Total for administrative purposes (including all lia 

bilities tor fiscal year 1907) 1,825,319.50 

Paymenta for appropriations as follows: 

Salaries, Forest Service, 1907 (to September 30, 1907) 112,133.16 

General expenses. Forest Service, 1907 (to September 

30,1907) 834,071.86 

Administration, etc., of Forest Reserves (to June 30, 

1907) 707,655.96 

Adminiatratioa, etc., of the National Forests, 1907 and 

1908 (to June 30, 1907) 6,213.21 

Cooperative work, forest investigations (to June 30, 

1907) 15,573.67 

Survey and repon, on Appalachian and White Mountain 

watersheds, 1907 and 1908 (to June 30, 1907) 857.14 

Wichita Forest and Game Preserve, 1907 (to September 

30,1907) 656.00 

Total payments 1,677,160.99 

Repayments to credit of appropriations 135. 47 

Net total of paymenta 1, 677, 026. 52 

Outstanding liabilities September 30, 1907, appropriations 
"General expenBes, Forest Service, 1907," and ''Wichita 
Forest and Game Preserve, 1907 " (estimated) 57,645.37 

Outstanding liabilities, June 30, 1907, on account of allot- 
ments for fiscal year 1907 from appropriations "Adminis- 
tration, etc., of Forest Reserves," "Administration, etc., 
of the National Forests, 1907 and 1908," "Cooperative 
work, forest investigations," and "Survey and report on 
Appalachian and White Mountain watersheds, 1907 and 
1908' ' (estimated) 90, 748. 61 

1,826,319.50 



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EXPENDITUSES OP DEPAKTMEHT OF AGBICULTUBE. 



BUREAU OF CHEMISTRY. 



STATDTOBY SALARIES. 



Nome. 


Titteandnte. 


Amoant 


Md field 
expeuHi. 






t3,«oaoo 

11 

i;£00.00 

1 

840.00 

583.33 

as 
|i 
11 
£i 

li 
is 




























































do 








































SUpe, Laura F. 



















































































































Total amoant 



of ■ppropilatioii 

paid lor aalarles 



LITUP-TUND SALARIES. 



In WmMnglon. 

BlgBlow, W. D 

Bayvaod, Jdo. K 

Eebler, Lvmaa F 

Browne, Chaa. A 

Cliaoe, Edv. UoE 

Uoore.C.C 

Bowud, Borton J 

Pfttiick.Qeo. E 

VelUb. FletcherP.... 
Fennlivtan, Morr E.. 
BiSSraeo. W., Jc 



A»ilstant chemist, at 13,000 

Chlel, mlsMlluiwiua laboratorr, at 12,(00 

Chlrf, drug laboratory, atSZ,fiOO. 

Ctalel, sUEai laboiatoTT, at t2,oaO 

Aaalatanl cMof, food (UvLston, at C,000 

Cblet, plant asalysla laboratory, at tZ.OOO 

Chief, mlcroacopteal cbfmilcal laboiatDrr, at 
«,SOD. 1 

Chief, dairy laboratory, at K.OOO 

Cblel, leather and paper laboratoiy, at (2,000. . 

Bacteriological chemiiit, at tT.SG per diem 

Bacteriological chamlat, at tl.flOO and tl.SOO. ... I 



218.W 
43.94 
28. g« 



EXPEHDITUBE8 OF DEP4BTMEHT OF AGBICULTURE. 
BUREAU OF CHEMISTRY— Continued. . 



LUUP-PUND SALARIES — Continued. 



In WaaMnglon—Cont'i. 

LeClerc, J. Arttiiu 

Bryan, A. Hugh 

BmlUiBr, Fredi. W 

BouahtOD, F. W 

HctTeU, Htnm C 



Ctkunberlaln, J. S. 



Tifflcott, T. C 

DuBoIb, Wilbur L... 

Gore, berben C 

Weber, fiedlc C 



Wam«(,H. J 

Amnaa, Harold L..., 

Churoli,C. G 

Hoover, George W . . , 



1 chief, coDtract division. 



Sdentlflc aHlsUnt, al 



9clentlflc ualstuit, at 11,66a, and phyalological 

chemist, at (2,000. 
Sdentlflc aeslstsnt, at tl,«IO 



r, ChsB 



an,oooiuidU.a»... 



Sehuli, Henry L Solentlflo aeslatant, at 11.200 

Taylor, Mary W do 

Bailey, LorlnH Scientific asalstant, at Jl,000 

Dodge, CIboqO do 

Oonli, Marion a Selentifie asalstant, at tl/WO and tl.2IXI. . . . 

Holland. Herbert J Solentiflc aBBJstaut, at " '^ 

KelBter, John T Scientific aulitaat -* 

Leavitt, Sherman do 

Uurray, A. Scientific aailatant 

Schrelber, J. H. A ' Scientific aBiJstant 

Smith, Wm.B Scientific aaaigtant 

Albrech, U. C Scientific astistant 

Goodrich, Chae. E Scientific aasiatant 

Llchtl, Emmet I , Scientific asBistant 

McClelland, Byron ' do 

Merrill, Frank D do 

Young, Wm. J do 

Doyle, AidaM i Chemlca 

Grw-Bon, Mary C ' rhpini™ 

McDonnell, CurtleC 
Saminet, C. Frank 



. , itil.OOO 

' 8clentiacal(i, at«,aoo 

.1 Eipert, at»l,400 

ui<u>c«aic, Jan. ±- I Laboratory aBeistant, at tl,a00 

Burnet, Wallace C Laboratory assistant, at (1,200 

Divine, John? Laboratory helper, at 1840 and tl,000 

Hooghton, Hanr W Laboratory heTper, at 1720, and scientific ae- 

-'-— -••°^'nd«,200. 



Cory, Robert M Laboratory helper, at 

Darby, Samuel P do . . 

Ooldeberry T. K do.. 



Wise, ^rankH Laboratory helper, at (600... 

Williams, John Laboratory helper, at »480 

Straughn, M. N Special agent, at (1,000 

White, Herbert Special agent, at (60 per month. . 



163.33 
420.00 1. 

i.waoo '. 

















LOO 














«Daoi) 


































486.00 


AM 


no. 34 

















EXPENDITUEES OF DEPABTMENT OF AGBICULTUBE. 



BUREAU OP CHEMISTRY— Continued. 



LUMP- FUND SALAEIEa — CoDtlnued. 



h™ 


Amount 
Title and rate. paid for 


paid for 
travel and 
atatloD 
and field 


Witer.M-H 


«,200. 


eoo.oo 

17. BO 


fX.W 
























Si 






























iS2?^"j?S3"4ir§jr"''"""^'""""'-i .^ss 












,i^ 








































E 

se.6T 

S:$ 

7s.ai 

463. 00 

450 
63.00 

as! 33 
























































UnsUlled laborer, at ti.H) p«r diem aiid tStO 












































78,297.68 










Out of WmMnffton. 

ffiSS:"f.%;'::;;;;:::::::: 






^'m.U 






















«.IS perliour. 


II 
























270. OD 




























933.33 

s 
























Laboratory helper, at «00, and BOlentific assist^ 
ant, at $840. 








Dandger, NathaJi 

Foster, Wm,W 












Oay, Francis 

Qersdorfl, C. E. F 

Tasker,Wm 








SSI 









.Goo'^lc 



304 EXPENDITURES OF DEPAETMENT OF AGBICULTUBE. 

BUREAU OF CHEMISTRY— Continued. 



LDMP-FDND BALABIBS — CODttaoed. 



Nairn. 


Title and rate. 


S' 


travel and 
BtatlKi 
andSeld 
BXpenwa. 


Out of ira«M»fl(cm-Cont'il. 




II 

A2.00 
743.22 
1,470.00 

Mix 
300.00 
7LtS 

12.00 












































&'*«!,■;;::■.:;:;;::; 






Special annt, at U«l per moath, 'ana bwitttri- 

.^asassasKarr; 


























































21,003. M 











Report o/experuiiluTe»for IhejUeal year ended June 30, 1907, under avvropriaUan "Lab- 
oratory, Beparlmmt of Agricutture, 1907, fl45,9i0y 



Name. 


Anomit. 


Name. 


Amount. 


ss&S'rSte?'' 


If. 

41 

2*: so 


































































l^le^.^BSr*.^".™!:.^.'!'"";. 










































































1,8U.2£ 








f^ 




LBS 

loieo 


Booth*Co.,A 
















Bowies* Co. (Incorpotated). E. A.. 


™.£! 








Allen Manufttoturing" Co.. W.i) 


Brown Co., Paul Taylor 


.» 



EXPENDITUEES OF DEPARTMKNT OF AGRICULTURE. 
BUREAU OF CHEMISTRY— CoDtln lied. 



Name, 


Amoui 


It. 


N«™. 


»..„.. 












11 


















cftSSpSi'SK"";."::."::: 


gSSS"lT.'"°7.'"!rr-^«: 


SS 










Hamrd A Co., E. C 










17 
381 


SO 
78 

59 
81 

1 

28 
25 






Chambnlaln Uetal Weatherstrip Co 


































oU G» H^" 












































Hovey'A Co., C. F- 




iSSS:-;;;;;;---;;--; 








SSSS?^Ss.'" 


1 anney & Co., (Incorporated), B.L. 


S.57 












' Joh^n^Ax^" 




Donni^n Ms.iiifaMuring Co 










g!oo 
i.us 

% 
41 

42.18 
26.77 

J 

zc 

2S.'S0 
16. OS 

is7 

,75 
.3* 








Johnson, OrlflKhl, 

1 Joyce Engraving Co., M 

1 Jung.L.E 

1 Kann Sons i Co., e 




esSirJ'.w™^*^:::::::::::::::::: 














DTOr^Wm h' 


KelLogg 4 Son, fi 


















































f;eS"^^1S?.V'';'^^'"-■ 












LambleCo., (Incorporated), Jas.B.. 








fgjjr^vt;:::::;::::::::::::: 












{^■'-:::::::::::::::::: 






























Lynch. Jno.C 

fen^'V^Su^il- 






7.55 


























MankrreYoe Syrup Co 














MayHatdwareCo., F. P 

lienitl&Co 




Grossield A Roe Co 

S. Doc. 425, fiO-J 2( 





EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMEN'I OF AOBICULTtJBE. 



BUREAU OP CHEMISTRY— Contiuued. 



Name. 


Amount. I Naroo. 


AMoont. 






1 AfisceUantatuiuppItei.elt.—Coii. 






isi 

31130 
400i0O 

.11 






WW, Brady* Lincoln Co. (Limiwd) 


ISffit.SS.liffiSKS'-"-- 


so.w 








MlUheU, Hetcher & Co,, (Incorpo- 


































J^K-^l^r"*""''^'-- 




















Students' Cooperative Society 










4!«a 

6:04 

b!4o 

19,20 

2,B0 
MM 


















Thomae, B. ii 


119,05 


NflwiaaD& ScliffieniCo 














Ttmea-Derooomt 














OKnita Co, (Umlted) 

?.«a.S-!:;;:-;-: 


















2.«l 

lis 

«! 5 

S:.i 

9.85 

79:46 
12S.00 

10:40 

2:00 

41 

9:90 
1 .25 

1; 

12 ,et 

.94 

.: 
il 






Pascal, Dubedot & Co 


SKt'r."."?'.^.".?.:::::::: 


S.60 
31.10 






SSSS=*^': 


Von Bremen, MaoMoniikiii' Co 


3S.78 












waltpr, Son8,J.T 


































Waahlneton Wood Wo AlngCo 

Weber 4 Co., P 








gflah.'.^r.'.':?-;.^.^:::::: 




































































Total 










FumUurt. 




San GabriS Valley Fruits ProYlBlon 












































flhlpTniln, B M 


2.09I 


Library Bureau 1 


32a 2S 



EXPENDITUHES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGBICULTUEE. 
BUREAU OP CHEMISTRY— Continued. 



MacBj dompsjiy 

Hows & Sons, W. B 

Hevell ACo., A.H 

■Waoamaker, Joiin 

Woodni^ MBjiufactuiliig Co 

Woodward Si LotSfop 

Yawm&n & ErbeManiitaotiirlDgCo.. 

Total 

Frtigla. 

American Tranefar Co 

AtcblBon. Topeka and Santa Fe Rj. 

Co.... 

Baltimore and Ohio R.R. Co 

BIglin, Bsmard 

Blue Line Tianster Co 

Cleveland, CloclQuatl, Chicago and 

St. LoulB Rwy. Co 

Clute, AlTsB .' 

Ltttlefield, AlTord <ii Co 

Itaioe Central R. B.Co 

IBBSOurl Pacific Rwy. Co 

Mew Orleans aod Nortbea«tem R. R. 

Co 

O'Heron, John J 

Ponnsylvania H. H. Co 

Phlladelpbia and Reading Rw;. Co . . . 

Philadelphia Traniler 

Smadley Co 

Boutborn Rwy. Co 

Star Union yjie 

Students Transfer Co 

Wa'MngtOD-aouthem Rwy. Co 

Total 

Expmi, 

Adams Express Co 

United States Bxpieaa Co 

Total 

Poetal Telegraph-Cable Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co 

Total 

Teltphone. 
The Chesapeake and Potomac Tela- 

Dhona Co 

Chicago Telephone Co 

Onmbflrtand TelepFione and Telegraph 

Co 

EavsCone Telephone Co, ol Ptuladel- 

New Eni^d Telepbone uid T^e- 

graph Co 

FablflcTelephoae and Telegraph Co... 

Etnl. 

Bereridtte, estate of Siuan J 

BDhl, Willis E 

Jaekson & Co., J. T 

Johnaon & Bon, J. H 

Pennsylvania Cold Storage and 
IbrteCo 



II6.W 

7.60 

22: 60. 

i.go 










3,033.33 


Oait ond eharicUv- 












S 


2,188.43 








1,08 
1,00 
4.00 


1138.63 


Apparatus, inslramenls, and tabara- 
tory raatetial. 




233 

'■i 

42 
669 

1 

A. 

J 

28) 
1; 
261 

.,3. 
1 

i 

2,4^ 












Baker & AdamsoQ Chemical Co 


^ 










entrid laboratory Suptilj Co 


30 










































115, gg 










SS 


















. 9S1.11 










2«,2i 




















26 


«6,IZ 








81,96 

oaoo 
2fl,ai 


mck^''^co.Tj.."::.".".";.":::::::::: 

UcNab Si HarilD ManofacturliiK Co.. 












MaDlneltTodt Chemical Works 


In 


















iaSSi^iii-ivi^i: 




238, M 


Ml 


2,609,00 
75.00 
























aSiS.SiL:-± ::;:::::::;:: 





808 EXPEKDITUBBS OF DBPAKTMENT OF AGRICULTUBE. 

BUREAU OF CHEMISTHY— Continued. 

Report of expenditiaetfoT 



Soathem RedlstUUng 4c RectUylDK 



Squiei Usuiilactniiiig Co., Oeo, L.. 






ThomsBCo. 

Torsion Balance Co 

Tioemner. Henry 

TMhffloly,r. A.,Jr 

WaraerBlaes Worse 

WaSiaigtou Wholesale Cnig Ex- 



WeatenLbiBtlUeiteeDUtmbis'Co.'. 

■WMtttU, Tfttnm Co 

WTilte, B. F 



Travel and Italian and field expemti. 
Alwood, Wm. B 



BsmanS, 
BIgelow, 
BtEtlng, 



Browne, C. A.. Ir 

Buinet.C. Wallace... 
Cboce, Ed UacEay... 

Chick, Thomas 

Chnn^C.G 

Cook, Fniiili C 

DtailcM.G 

DoollCtle, R. E 



Travit and ttaUon and field ex- 



Fulmcr, Bltim... 



laywood, J. K 

[oDaad, Herbert J... 



Jenkins, Edward H . . 



Seidell, Atherton.. 



Walker, Percy B 
WoUs, Edgar F. 
Weber, H. A.... 
WUey,H. W.... 
Wiley, M.H.... 



Total amount o[ appropriation 

Total eipendlturas under above groups. . , 

Unexpended balance , 

Bepaymenta to credit of appropriation. . . 



CONTRACTS. 





are also distributed among the longtdng groups.1 




Contractor. 


Nature ol Contract, 


Approxi- 
mate 
























— TmirH 






' 



DiB.1izedOyGoO(^lc 



EXPENDrrURES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGETCULTUSE. 309 

BUREAU OF CHEMISTRY— Continued. 

Report of expenditures for the JUeal year ended June SO, 1907, under appropriation 
" Enforcement of the food imd drugs act, lS<n, $150,000." 

LUMP-FUND SALARIES. 



Name. 


„„„.„„. 


Amount 
paid tor 


travel Mid 
station 
and field 


Donlap.F.L 




lflS.B7 

.11 
11 

260.00 
108.76 

SI 
11 

600.00 
733.S6 

WO. 00 

m.tii 
30«.oa 

300.00 

ass 

li 






































































Food «nd drug inBmotor, at tl,8l» «nd chief 


























McIntTTB.A. J 


















































































































8,932. 3S 
758.33 

Yi 

066. e7 

Sf! 

833:34 

68.67 

124.44 

124.44 
7B.17 




Out of WaiMngUm. 












DooUtttipR-E 


























































































































^KSSS'/lSfH'^^ 


....do 


S>.t& 


Ha^.OordonL 







aoyGooi^le 



310 EXPEKDITUBES OF DEPAETMKHT OF AGRICULTURE. 

BUREAU OF CHEMISTRY— Continued. 



LCMP-FDND SALABIBS— Continued. 



Nome. 


»,.^„„. 


Amount 

Si" 


station 

and field 
eipenau. 






ioe.8B 

|i 

is 
si 

300.00 
ISO. 00 




































Spedal agent, at tl50 per month, and load and 
drug inapeotor, at 11,800. 




Woodman A G 






























O ind lood and drag 






































250.00 

moo 

300.1)0 
17. M 

saoo 

11 












Li »pl?m"Mii..v.'::: 
























gsi=Ea&Sh".».!".'.?r:: 




SS'"'*'----"' 
















16,714.02 











nU. 




Name. 


Amount. 


Statkmtrs. 
Andrews Paper Co.. R. P 








Boyle* Co. (Incorporated), John.-. 


U.OO 










moo 

1, 90 
18.00 
«3.T0 

11 


is:rw"?"**"""*"° 






































Yawman * Erbe Mamilaoturlng Co.. 












770.90 




















2.70 

aiioo 

2TO 








































K" So, A "::::;::;:::;::::::: 






iSi'»S:i';^-.u.i-.:;::::::: 




Boaton Tnuwript 





EXPESDITUBES OF DBPAKTMEBT OF AGBICULlUItE. 
BUEEAU OF CHEallSTRX— Continued. 



».™. 


Amount. 


N«n.. 


u«^. 


MUttaantoui lupplUt, rtc.-Con. 


tO.40 
185.50 
J. 75 

a.oa 
iioo 

60. DO 

55:50 

608,76 
388.73 

m.oo 
sooioo 

fi 

130 
IS. 00 

fl 
II 

11 
p 

11 


Lansbuigh Furniture and Carpet 






















iSik/iici ci 


Mareuae, S. H... 


i,ee7.oo 






'"h 




















Woodward & Lothrop 


■^a 






i^&sa^di^jco;; 




Frfiehl. 




LambleCQ. (IncDipDrated). Jae. 










Total 






3.08 


National Electric Supply Co 


&.92 


Noff. J.N 


(^™^; 


OrriLoa^t Hardware Co! !!!!!!!; 




EbersoQ.'jas. R....." 

Holt,QeorgeH 




Plonear PreSB Co , 




























Rota& Bro. uticonMiraledl , W. A... 
Rudolph A rfert Co 












Baker ii Adamson Chemical Co 








Sm^^renilerTrpowrfterCd 

iSSiffi°c'::.-T>,i.:.-.-::::::::::;::: 






B oesch Lamp Co....'. 












































GerryCo Fredk. B 

OilmaUj Z. D.. 
























Woodward * Lothrop 






yiarMett & Son]%y/^' ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 


39.00 

33.70 

7i?-S 




IO,3«.07 

III 


FurnUttM. 


Parke, Davis 4 Co. 

Pennocli, Edward 

{;Wl^pWa Thermometer Co 

Sargent &Co.I'£'h]'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.'. 


a: 76 




Qlmbel Broi. (incorporated) 

iS^S^J^wTH::;:::::::;:::;:: 


Sjpfncer Lens Co 

Thomaa Co., Arthur 11 

Waener Glass ttorka 


1,616.91 



.GdOi^Ic 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPAKTMENT OF AORICULTimB. 



BUREAU OF CHEMISTRY— Continued. 



N^. 


Ameu-t. 


Travtl and ttaUon anJ fi<ld ex- 
pnwtt^Contlinied. 


Amount. 


tOTD moierfat-Coniinued. 
WuUDgtOD Wholesale Drug Ex- 


»7.«2 
133 04 






















16, WO. 04 










ss 


Traeet and iMMon mut field txpcniea. 


43.14 

4og;o6 

141103 
64.47 
107.45 

T& 
11- 

355.03 
108.32 

11 

120:25 


Uclntrre, A. J 










Ultchiu.A.S 






































suuiviui, Arthur L.'.; ;;;!!;; !!;;!!!!! 
SfSS^bfnMM.:-;-:::-::;;::::::: 
























arH:5^.«"::::::::::::::::::::: 


114.06 
















WtUard^ Frank l!" ;!!!:!!:!:!;;"!!" 






234 28 

























Total amount of appropriatjon 

Total eipendltu res under nbovB groups.. 

Unexpended halanee 



CONTRACTS. 
e aleo distributed among the (oregoing groups.] 



Ballantyne.it. Carter.*!. 



& Lomb Optical Co iClBctrie ce 



bsAKuhn ■ Laboratory 



41 U Laboratory ei] 



... „ , [.,4Co.. 

Sheeti, W. Silas Kodaks ar 

Simplex Electric Heating Company . . .. F.lectrlc hi 
Stecbert, G. E^ A Co Books 



. Laboratory equlptuent . . 



EXPENDITURES OF DBPABTMENT OF AGEICULTUEE. 313 

BUREAU OF CHEMISTRY— Continued. 

Report of txpendiluTu for the JUcal yOir ended June SO, 1907, wider appropriation 
' ' Enforcement of thtfood and drugt act, 1907, $t50,000 " — Continued. 

RECAPITULATION. 

Statutory salaries 127,103.13 

lUimp^imiJ sBlarlee^ 

In Washington 8S,229.M 

Outalde onvasbington 36,718.13 

Stationery 3,^6.15 

Miscellaneous suppllSB and sBTTices, aqulpmanl, books, nmohlnery, etc 20,^8.7* 

Furniture 8,768.83 

Fuel , 

Freight 123.80 

Eipresa (181. II 

Tflfegraph ie3.e3 

Tetephone 238. 64 

Henl 3,983.33 

Gas and electricity 988.63 

Apparatus, Inetrumeuts, and laboratory material 33,738.3i> 

Printing and binding 

Travel and station and field eipensBs 11,<HS.73 

Total rot entire Bureau ol Ckemlstry 231,220.18 

Total amount ol appropriations e*, 180.00 

Total eipenditurea under above groups 231,180. 16 

Unamended balance 192, B50. 84 

Repayments to credit o( appropriations 11. 00 

Net urtexpended balance on September 30. 1907 192,070.84 

Outstanding Labilittea (estimated) 38,806.28 

Balance to be turned back in Treasury (estimated) 154,104.68 

FKOJECrrs. 

The principal projeeta conducted by tiie Bureau of Chemistry during the fiscal 
year ended June 30, 1907. were aa follows, with approxim&te cost in each case. The 
cost of these projeeta has also been charged in each case t^inst the group to which 
it pertains, 

"Laboratory. Department of Agriculture, 1907." 
Pood inspection; 

Wflflhington Laboratory $23, 1S8. 71 

New York Laboratory 13, 464. 86 

Boston Laboratory 2. 713. 96 

San Francisco Laboratory 3,061.73 

New Orleans Laboratory 2, 754. 56 

Philadelphia Laboratory 2, 844. 32 

Chicago Laboratory; 2, 723. 94 

Drug testa and invest^tiona 9,970.14 

Food standards 3, 169, 85 

Cold-storage invest^tions (effects on foods) 5, 194.28 

Micro^hemicai investigations 3, 549. 54 

Nitrccen tests and investigations 4, 144. 22 

MiBcellaneous tests and investigations 11,692.92 

Leather and paper tests and investigations 5,890.44 

Dairy tests and inveat^tions 5, 691. 63 

Plant analysis 3,204.14 

Sugar tests and investigations 4, 976.31 

Contracts testa and investigations 7,044.51 

Physiolt^ical tests and inveatigations ^ 7, 032. 75 

Cereal inveBtigations 5, 145. 84 

Bacteriological tests and investigations ' 3, 103. 44 

Sweet-corn investigations 3,195.80 

Cider and vinegar mvestigatioBS 2,371.68 

Office: Editorial, clerical, and administrative 30, 898. 94 

Total 166,998.51 



DiB.1izedOyGoO(^lc 



314 



£XPENDITXmES OF DEFABIUENT OF AGBICDI.IUBE. 



EnforcemeTd of Ihi food <aid drugt aa, 1907. 
Food inspection; 

WaHhingion laboratory : 13, 327. 33 

New York laboratory 10, 266. 69 

Beaton laboratory : 2, 436. 43 

Philadeipbia laboratory 2, 372, 30 

Chicago laboratory ; 4, 960. IS 

San FranciBco laboratory 4, 059. 27 

Hew OrleaiiB laboratory : 2, 243. 66 

St. Paul laboratory 2, 045. 27 

Kansas City laboratory 2, 559. 17 

Galveston bboratory 2, 622. 21 

Portland laboratory 848. 74 

Buffalo laboratory 1, 779. 65 

Denver laboratory 502. 77 

Seattle laboratory 1, 009. 06 

Detroit laboratory 738. 50 

Cincinnati laboratory , 241. 60 

Savannah laboratory 1,662.66 

Pood and drug inspectors. 7; 867. 33 

Dn^ testfl and investigationa .' 2,102. 09 

Micro-chemical inveetipitions 1, 086, 17 

Bacteriological teats and inveatigationa 2, 343. 92 

Office: Clerical, editorial, and administrative 7, 136.82 

Total 64,211.65 



BUREAU OF SOILS. 



Report of expenditur 



STATUTORY SALARIES. 



»„,. 


■ntle and rate. 


saJary. 


ondtMd 






*3KI0in 


»>.» 






1,800 
1,800 
1,«C 

ll40( 

s 

1,J« 

19( 
1,209 
1,200 

!;g 

1,000 
2H) 
701 

so: 

K 
BOO 

3* 

em 

<S8 


00 

» 

DO 

DO 
34 

i 

00 

34 




















































Eodse, Fredatict E 

ME^e^ohor.J.W 




































aevonmi, O.B 

imuumfia, Robt. K.. .... ... 
































■S,!'/.*:::::::;::;: ■ ■ 






a'^'tim 








odgB, FrSiBriok E 










ayg™l Sflrena 










Sr»?5------ 














iryan, Harry 


Mechftnie]an,atil,*0 





. EKPBNDITUEES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 



BUREAU OP SOILS— Continued. 



Report oj erpwidtlur 



STATUTOitY SALARIES— Continued. 



Kame. 


Title and rate. 


Amount 
pstd lor 
salary. 
















1 

m 

1 


I 

w 
m 
m 

00 
00 


















































































■ 









Total Bmaant ol appropriation 
Total amount paid lor aalarlM. 

Unexpended balance 



LUUP-FUND 



Oardner, Frank D. . . 

Failjer,G.H 

Coflay, Oeo.N 

JensflD, ChaS' A . . , . , 

McNesB, Geo. T 

flhoiey, Edmund C . . 

BucklDgham, E 

BrBflieale, J. F 

Lapham, J. E....... 

B«&,J.O 

NelBon.J.W , 

Smiai, J.Q 

Stevou, F, D 

Qtdladter.F.E 

HcGUntock.J. E 

Uaynadler, a. B 






Hamaiei, A- M 

Tatier, W.C 

Umberger, H. J. C. . 
Wlnckdman, H 

Jacksoi, A.M. .■.■.■■: 

UcLane.J.W 

Roblnaon, Wm. O.. 
Wade, H " 
SnUlyan 
Reed, H 



D.M.X.. 



itfst, at M.OOO , 

Jo 

. Sotentlat, at 12,750 

°-'-itist, at »S,600 

. _.-Jtl8t, at 12,000 

. BcientlBt, at ll,a» 

. Scientist, at ll,«» 

. Toba(coeipert,attS,DOO... 
. Scientific aaaietant, at 12,00 



. Scientific aaelsCant, at 



. Scientific aaeistant 



ilatant, at tl,000and tl,WO.. 

liatJint, at»l,000 

it 11,600 

kt tl.fiOO and tl,B00 

It *l,tOa and 12,000 



310.67 
813.33 . 

1,173.33 . 



206.02 
*'74S.'m 



EIPENDITUBES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGKICOT.TTTBE. 



BUREAU OF SOILS— Continued. 



LUUP-FDND SAI/AitlES-^Coatliiaei]. 



Name. 


Title ttncl rate. 


Amount 
paid lor 
Balftry. 


paldtor 


In WaiMngtim-Coafd. 




ti,naoo 

(120.00 
8M.87 

II 

moo 

22.50 
13.50 

11 






Aulstuit, M 1720, and sDtantlflc asslatant, at 










































































































B,M5.« 










0«t,tf Wa.hi«gUm. 


810.67 
,SOO.O0 

2,000.00 
,800.00 

i'mo!oo 

i;l!8:!S 
'Ml 

890.00 

Ss 

1,600.00 

«io.oo 

1,600.00 
1,600.00 
1,600.00 
1,800.00 

1,800.00 

1,600.00 

!;S:!! 

ii 
i'ii 

'uoiee 

11 


































































































































Sweet, A. T 


BcientlOc ^isUai. at tl.eOft, and scientist, at 
«2.(I00. 


1, 1S1. OS 






























Carter, W.T„|r 




1,038.65 










-:E[^:::; ■:: :;:;:-::::::;;:::-:;::; 


I.GSSIlO 
































Cm3t,C.L. 
























'S-.S 


Bam, 'Lewis, A 





EXPENDIIUKES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE. 



BUREAU OF SOILS— ConttaHed. 



LDMP-FUND SALARIES — CCo tinned. 



NamB. 


Title and rate. 


•SS 


travel and 


0<U nf VMMnptim-Cont'd. 












i;2(x 

1.00( 

i',m 

i 


w 
00 

00 

DO 
00 
00 
00 

DO 
78 
00 

08 
OO 

00 

00 
00 

00 
00 

OO 

67 
00 






































Smith, H.C 




^S? 




















SJ^Vl 






















Lyman JfS. 























































































Report of expendiiuret for the fiscal year ended June SO, 1907, under appropriation 
"Soil investigation!, 1907, 9185,000." 



N»-. 


A^<«n^ 


Kame. 


Amount. 


StaUMoy. 


«78.iB 

iflioo 

64,20 


JfitcrftoMOM mppUei. elc.-Caa. 














G.X 
























































Ihte & Co., J. K 
















J|^j*£.V-'^ :■■:::■:::: 










1,017.46 












MUceUaneaat nippUet,eu. 


100,00 

41 












Greenl'BlepljoneiEleiwicM.iiiiao. 



























EXPENDITTTBES OF DEFABTMEKT OF AGBICXTLTUBE. 



BUREAU OF SOILS— Continued. 



MiiceUaneoui sttppUet, etc. — Coo. 

Hu-tlg, Loals 

HaveiM Pboto Studto 

Haialton, E. P 

Blokersom, H. C 

HQtt«rlT, A.O „ 

Hydraulic PreseBrlokCo 

Jojee EngraTlng Co., U 

Eann 8on» 4 COy S 

Kaasler A Bro., C. 8 

Knoexf, Q. A. 

Laroali & Bloimt 

I*mb iTilden 

LambieOo. (Incoiponited), Jas-B... 

Lanaburgh & Bro 

LaorldBon, N. H 

Undaay Rubber Hanntactorlng Co., 



f rd^JU— Contlaoed . 



UuaaoD Supply Co . . 

MothACo., Geo. T. 

Mutual District Ueas. Co. 

National Electric Supply Co. .. , 

Nftwrath. J. P 

N«w York Cycle Co. 

Ofterdlnger, Henri T. , 

Pike AddiDK Macblne Co 

Potomac Eleclric Power Co.... 

Price Machine Co 

Eau. JohuC... 
R«i11y, Hugh.... 
Remlncton Typewr 
Rudolph A West Ci 

Butil5-Co.,E 

Sohafer &Co., E.O... 
3ohi^der>9 Sons, C... 

, ShlUIng, Geo. 

Thompson. C; W 

Topham, JsB. S 

Underwood Typewriti 
VanETeren, P. F..... 



pewrtterCo 



btCo... 



Van Fleet, 6. V 
Ward-Leonard ElectrlcCo.. 
Waahlngton Dielntectlng Co. 

Washlneton Railway ili Electric Co. . . 
Western Eleotrle Co.. 
Woodward & Lothrop 
Woodford A Co.,Wm. 



Woodward & LoUuop... 



2.2S N United Stati 



10.00 

17! 95 
17.27 
196. 7S 
12.» 
44.30 



Baltimore and Ohio R. R . . 

BlgUn, Bernard 

Chesapeake and Ohio Ry. D 
Kno:t Eiprew Co., Geo. W. 
LlttleSeli^ AlTOrd A Co.... 

Norf^k Bnd'Waioibigtoa^ 
Steamboat Co 

PemuylTanla R. R. Co 



148. SO 
61.14 

309.04 



Tfletraph. 




Western Union Telegraph Ci.'. 


ae.74 






ratphow. 




RirU. 

Royaf liattoWfd'Bi^';:: ;:::";::": 


^«g 


























■ WnrmahTtoJ. 
















Ishop&Co.. J 


sa 


































llman, Z. D... -...--..-..-". --.-.-. 




















g^D^avSiic,;::::;::::::::::::::: 


-l-Vr 






PullniMi. E. J 


ts 






















Wamet. L 


M.QO 



.GdOi^Ic 



EXPENDITUBES OP DBPAHTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, 



BUREIAU OF SOILS— Continued. 



Name. 


*„o™.. 


»™. 


i.n,»«. 


tory moMrJOl— Contlnned. 


""% 


Travel and ilalioa and fitld ex- 
pnw(g— Contlnaed. 


„,. 












39.36 




2.m.S3 










Trava and auuion and field exptnae: 


''li 

846.80 
998. «5 

II 

201.78 
16.19 

232.26 
67.50 

2,m93 


MoNaes, G. T 


'812.80 










Mann. C.J....; 




Ayer.O.L 














ennett, FraJik.... 


S?|-H:::::::;:::i:;:::r 
Reed, H.B... *.*.".'!;"^^"!"!;!;!!;; 

g^Mt,liia 


1 «i'M 














aSS-fe"-"--""------"-"- 


1^^ 












Cart^r^W t"]V 


lr>irr^iSald 


'^S 




Schroeder. Frank C 

Shaw, ChaB. F 

i&.?iS::::::::::::::::::::::::: 






346. 2S 












Stewart.J.B 

Strahom.A.T 

Svireet. A. T 

TaUby. Q. W.,Jr 

Si,'y.l:::;::::::::::::::::::::: 








sS"^':f:.^::::::::;::;::::::::;: 


-«8.8B 




















Westover, H. L 






















Worth™, E.L 


1,177.24 










' 







RECAPITULATION. 




Lninp lund ealartei: 


«'^" 




1'{g?S 











































Travsl and station and Qeld ei 



Dneipeaded balance Septambei 30, 1907 

Ontstanding UabUltleB (eBtimated) 

Balance to be tiiniedbai>k.liiTnaiiit7 (aatlmated)... 



320 EIPBNDITUEEB OF DEPABTMEHT OF AGRICULTURE, 

FBOJECTS. 

The principal piojecte conducted by the Buteau oE Soils during the fiscal year 
ended June 30, 1907, were as follows, with approximate cost in each caee. The cost 
of these projects haa also been charged in each case against the group to which it 

Appropriation for the Bureau of Soils f221, 460. 00 

Unespended 2,181.04 

Total of all allotments expended . . , 219, 316. 20 

Expended aa foUowH: 

Allotment 43, 458. 34 

Expended as follows: 

Administration proper $8, 606. 09 

Becordfl and correepondence 7,036.24 

Field records and map section 7,598.34 

Editorial section 4, 400. 00 

Accounts 1, 400. 00 

Property records 1, 083. 33 

Messengers, laborers, chatwomea, firemen, watchmen, etc.. 5, 287.00 
Contingent expenses (including rent, telephone, tel^raph, 

freight, express, electricity, gas, furniture, limiber, and 

repairs) 6, 352. 05 

Miscellaneous supplies (including stationery, typewriters, 

supplies, ianitors' eunplies, etc.) 1, 696. 29 

43,458.34 

Allotment 89, 038. 02 

Expended as follows: 

Administration expenses $5,083.34 

Inspection and correlation 2,611.61 

Reconnoisaance surveys: 

Appalachian fruit soil 380.87 

Abandoned farms, New York and New England 374.23 

Cotton soils, Alabama 49. 37 

Piedmont Plateau 262. 47 

Special surveys experiment-station farms 3, 509. 57 

County and areal surveys; 

Bastrop County, Tex 2, 331. 25 

Belle Fourche area, S. Dak 552.84 

Blue Earth County, Minn 1, 052. 82 

Brownsville area, Tex 1, 316. 62 

Butler County, Ala 1, 996. 26 

Cass County, Mich ■. 339. 34 

Center County, Pa 687. 28 

Chesterfield area, Va -. 1,953.96 

Colusa area, Cat 6, 892. 78 

Conway County, Ark 1, 368. 62 

Cooper area, Tex. . : 2, 261. 75 

Crookston area, Minn 1, 133. 21 

Dutchess County, N . Y 224. 92 

Easton area, Md ^ 143.09 . 

Edgecombe County, N. C 620.13 

Fayetteville area. Ark 1,188.52 

Giles County, Tenn 60. 91 

Grainger County, Tenn 669. 60 

Greene County, Ind 649. 40 

Henderson County, N. C 165.63 

Ja^er County, Miss 2, 162. 10 

Jefierson County, Fb 2, 667. 79 

Johnstown area, Pa 319.89 

Lancaster County, Nebr 1, 129. 75 

Laredo area, Tex 889. 04 

McKenzie area, N. Dak 159. 77 

Madison County, N. Y 1. 167. 31 



EXPENDITUBES OF DEPARTMENT OF ACRICULTX-'RE. 



321 



BUREAU OF SOILS— Continued. 

BOIL BUBVBT — continued. 

County and areal Burveys— Continued. 

Madison County, Teim J287. 81 

Marion County, Ala 2, 243. 53 

Marion County, Ind 223. 13 

Meigs County, Ohio 1. 396. 50 

Merrimack County, N. H 1,528.73 

Middlebournearea,W.Va 405.02 

Monl^mery County, Va 309. 89 

Morton area, N. Dak 296. 47 

Niagara County, N. Y 2.085,33 

North Platte area, Kebr 398.47 

Oconee County, S. C 106,71 

Oktibbeha County. Miss 2, 288. 18 

Prairie County, Ark 172. 92 

Prentiss County, Miss 1, 444. 96 

Putnam County, Mo 1, 000. 88 

Racine County, Wis 483. 54 

Bansom County, N. Dak 661.31 

Riley County, Kaxa 1, 350. 78 

Robertson County, Tex 2. 014. 65 

Robeson County, N. C. . .-. 200. 07 

Sumter and Lee counties, S. C ; 2, 845. 67 

Talladega County, Ala 1.939.97 

Transylvania County, N. C 881. 60 

Whatcom area, Wash 236.27 

WheeliM wea, W. Va 354.58 

Wilson County, Tex 1.661.48 

Williston area, N. Dak 764.27 

Winn Parish, La 2, 261. 83 

Preparetion of field reports 7,636.80 

Traveling expenses between areas 3, 652. 36 

Field Buppliee 1,519.08 

*S9,038.02 

SOIL MAtJAOEMBNT IKVESnOATIOXe. 

Allotment 22, 186. 20 

Expended as follows: 

Administration and inspection of field work 2,723.32 

Fertilizer requirements of soils 6. 433. 34 

Plot eiperimentfl with fertilizers 1, 487. 30 

Location of school farms with reference to soil types and 

preparation of plans for soil utilization 2,980,87 

Investigation of fertilizers and crop rotations as a means of 

soil improvement 1,200.00 

Investigation of tlie ratio of fertilizer constituents and the 

eSect of different d^rees of moisture and temperature on 

the efficiency of fertilizers. 3, 380, 00 

Invest^tion and demonstiation of efficient metliods of soil 

management 3, 721. 84 

General supplies for field and laboratory work 259. 53 

22,186120 

RECLAMATION OF ALKALI LANDS. 

Allotment 8,186.71 

Expended as follows: 

Administtation and inspection 3, 037, 37 

Demonstration of the proper methods of reclaiming alkali 
lands, stations at: 

Billings, Mont 312, 49 

Fresno, Cal 1,»6L09 

Norti Yakima, Wash 886,65 

Salt Lake City, Utah 189.60 

Tempe, Ariz 1, 397. 99 

Traveling expenses between stations 365, 20 

General supplies 46.32 

h, 8, 186. 71 

s. Doc. 4SB, eo-1 SO. 



322 EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

BURBAl; OF SOILS— Continued. 

TOBACCO INVESTIOATIONB. 

Allotment (24,971.85 

Expended ta followe: 

Admuustration and iii^>ection $3, 830. 4S 

Investigation and demon^ration at the following stations: 

AppoiiiaCt«x, Va 2,074.89 

Baldwin&ville, N. Y 1,590.95 

Chatham, Va 1,601.79 

Germantown, Ohio 2,305.72 

Marion, Ala 4,714,19 

Palestine, Teic 6,448.16 

Tallahaasee, Fla 712.03 

Tarifiville, Conn 1, 394. 80 

Traveling expeneee between stations.... 298.84 

24, 971. 85 



Allotment : 12,231.46 

Expended as follows: 

Investigation of the maintenance of soil fertility 3,600.00 

Investigation of the cauBes of unproductive soils 2, 333. 33 

Invcstuation of the organic or^n of unproductivity in aoils, 

and the efiect of green manuring 1,515.00 

Inveat^tion of meana for improvement of unproductive 

Boilfl 2,375.00 

Investigation of the effects of fertilizers on soils 608.89 

Field investi^tion of soil fertility problems in cooperation 

with expenment stations 1,292.77 

Traveling expenses between field assignments 245. 40 

General field and laboratory supplies 261. 07 

7 12, 231 . 46 



Allotment 17, 970. 56 

Expended as follows: 
Physical soil investigations, including 4, 259. 44 

(a) Conservation of soil moisture. 

(b) Belatioa of soil moisture to physical condition of 

(c) Plocculation, sedimentation, and erosion of aoils. 

(d) Absorption of vapors and gases by soils. 

(e) Retention and conservation of fertilizer ingredients 

by soils. 

(f) Leaching of soils. 

Chemical investigations, including 4, 355. 45 

(a) Phosphates of soils and fertilizers. 

(b) Nitn^n-carrying fertilizers. 

(c) Chemical and mineralogical composition of soil 

separates. 

(d) Solubility of soil minerals. 

(e) Iron compound of the soil, 

(f) Rectification of mine waters for irrigation. 

(g) Investigation of routine methods of analysiB. 
(h) Field demonstrations. 

Chemical and physical investigations of alkali soils 3, 474. 45 

Mechanical analvses of soil types ■ 3,242.33 

Unclassified analytical work I, 769. 44 

Designing and repairing apparatus for field and laboratory 

studies 869,45 

17,970.56 



Allotment 1, 235. 02 

Expended as follows: 

Reconnoissance study of the effect of erosion on agricul- 
tural landa 1, 236. 02 



EXPENDITURES OP DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE. 



Report of experuHtur 



BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY. 



STATUTORY 



„„ 


TLllB and rate. 


Amount 
P^dtor 


and field 
axpensea. 
















wo.m 

«)0.Otl 

HI 

000.00 






























































1,000.00 

































al amouTLt psfd lor Balmies... 
Unexpended balance 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


Balary, 


snd field 
expensaa. 


In Wiuhinelon. 




i|,7ao.oo 

i; 800. 00 

!:!!!:!! 

1,400.00 
1,400,00 

2;moo 

i.moo 
asiso 

186.68 
207.90 

Ji 

1,702.91 

Si 

3TT.33 




















































































































































Eraert aplcultnriat, at ll.MO, and expert, at 


588.07 































EXPENDITUKES OF DEPABTMENX OF AGBICULTUBE. 
BUREAU OF ENTOSIOLOGY— Continued. 



LTJMP-FUND SALARIES — Continued. 



Nuns. 


Title and raie. 


Amount 
pkldlor 


IBtBtlon 
and field 






11 

ii 
1 


















Stenographep and typewriter, at 170 permonth. 














































































Murray, ). C. R 
























1,600.00 

^186.00 
,600.01 

,«».oo 
,40a 00 

S| 

!moD 
aoo.oo 

moo 

..ffiS 

163.88 
41.07 

291.87 
1B2.00 
BOO, CO 

6.00 

17, 284, U 




OntofWatbiagtan. 






g2?^>*-° 









































































































































DiB.1izedOyGoO(^lc 



EXPENDITURES OP DEPAETMENT OP AQBICULTHEE. 
BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY-Continued. 



ataUoBtry. 

B&Uautj^ie, K. Caitat 

Contingent BipenKs, Department ol 
Apiciiltuie 

Library Bureau 

Morrison Paper Co., E 

PftTkor, D. Pmnt 

Bohmiilt, Fred A 

Sway™, W. L. 

(Tnlted States Envelope Co 

Yawnian ii Erbe Manulaotoring Co.. 

Total 

Mitallamoai tuppUtt, etc, 

American Entomokwical C« 

Ballantyoe & Sane, Wm 

Barber i Roes 

Bamee, J. L 

Betun, Alice 

Beam, A. E. (Mn.) 

Bemuoo, Joieph 

Biahrat A C3a., J 

Boteluio & Co., F- W 

Bnili, Jobu 

CBpital Pftpcr Box Co 

Capital TnctianOa 

Caimbdr.UAry J 

C*nUllii,U. L 

Qmidi A BtqibttiMn 

Ctodmuti Uamtfaotnriiig Co -* -. 

Ooble, Daniel H 

Coto,T.B 

CieMDBt Huiufaoturlng Co 

DeoiliwCo 

DooUtits & ClaA 

Doi^lan A Co., L. C 

Doi^laa, W.H 

Dulln & Martin Co 

DaPerow, M 

Dyer, Wm. H 

Eulott & Co., Jamu 

Bspey, JohnB 

rranilinACo 

Friend Manufacturing Co... '.- 

Catchel ill Maimlcie 

OouW Manufacturing Co 

Heidemann, Mrs. Mica 

Holmee Hardware Co 

Hlnde, Harry H 

Hlnde Hardware Co 

Hlna, Jamea 8 

Hleor, Daniel.- 

Hulaa, E^ar I 

Hume, Edward ^ 

Byglaie Boap aran. Co 

Improved UaiUng C»M Co. 

iDngnoU, FratelB 

Jaokaon A Co 

JeweU.C. A. 

Jonei EngTaving Co., H.C 

Jones, R. P 

Joyce Engraving Co., U 

Kann Sons & Co., S. 

Kellogg awitohboard and Supply 

Company 

KeUy,lt.t: 

Kentuflky Tobacco Product Co. . . . 

Keman Lumber Co. 

Klogsley, A 

Lamb JTUden 

L«mble Co. (Incorporated), Jae. B 



MiictUamoat mppUtt, ttc.—Cim. 

Lockhart 4 Co., F. A 

LongiBT, Pelli 

Lovefoy Co 

McCheeney, A. R 

McDowell, Jno. B 

Mftmhall, C. O 

Modary, M. K 

Millar, V,D 

Monarcli Typewriter Co 

Moore Si Wood 

MorriU A Morley. 

MorsB i Wiyte Co 

Murray, S. B 

Muth i Co., Ooo, F. 

Niagara Sprayer Co 

NoeTPaSr:- 

Olden Fruit Company 

Finv.c\wy///^y^'/^'//^'//.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Randolph Paper Boi Co 

RatUfl.^alter 8 

Ran, John C 

Rfldaelll A Flgll. A 

R^llv, Hugh 

Rflmmgtan Typewriter Co 

Robineon, J. T. 

Root Company, The A. I 

Roudebuan, i^owoU-... ---.--......... 

Rudolph A West Co 

SclentlHc Engrnving Co 

Shedil A BroB.Co.is.'s. '."!'. '.";'.'."'. 

Shore, Chaa 

Sierra Lumber Company 

Smith Company, WT & T 

SomervillB Company, Thos 

Southern Printers' Supply Company. 

Swain i Sons, F. G....* 

Thiemeyer Company, J. H 

Thompsoni John 

Thompson, Joseph..... 

Trotter, Alei 

Washington Wood Working ( 

«J.i-:::;;:;;;;:;:::::::: 

Woodward Si Lotbrop 

Woolworth 4 Co., P.^ 

Youngs Company, Elphonio... 

' Total 

Fumlltirt, 

Oottwals, W. O 

Library Bureau 

Hoses 4 Sone, W. B 

Woodward A Lothrop 

Baltimore A Ohio R. R. Co 

LIttlefleld, AJvord A Co 

St. Louis A San Fran. R. R. Co. 

Pennsylvania R.B. Co 

Roosa,I.P 

Total 



10.12 
7.00 

04. SO 
5.00 
17.00 

.eo 

10.00 

3,560.36 



14.00 
2.19 
27.00 

68. 38 



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326 EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICtTLTUBE. 

BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY— Contmued. 

Report of expeTuOturea for the Jitcai yetiT ended June SO, 1907, under appropriation 
"Bntomologkal invftligationi, 1907, f 70,000 " — Continued. 



Nftma. 


i„<»«. 


Name. 


Amomit. 




(791.99 
189.81 


Apjtaratua, imimmenti, and loboro- 
(orj, TdiUwiai-Contlnued. 

Thomaa Company, Arthur n 




United States Eipresa Company 


1179,99 




240.90 


Wagner Pboto Company, H. Q 








Telegraph. 


M.41 








-wiatem uXSi Tel^raph ^^Siy '. 


Travel and station and field upenHt. 




Total 


119.68 






































1 
























Lo^A.I 
















814.80 










360.70 


Got and HettticUy. 


«.80 
83.70 






WsBblngton Oaa Light Company .'.'.'. 










JSSII'PaSR 






02.50 










Avparatiu, {■mtraiaeaii, and IdbOTO- 


as: 78 
fiioo 

9.43 
9.00 

li 

13. so 

4.00 

207. M 


MarU'tt,C. L 


7 78 












BauBch ALomb Optical Company ... 




























Hetl Chemical Company, Henry 




























Meirlmae Chemical Company 
























Total 













Unemended ba)aace 1,008. 72 

Kepayment to credit ol appropriation 9. 50 

Net unexpended balance 1,018.21 



DiBtizedOyGoO<^lc. 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 



BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOCY— Oontinued. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES. 



»™. 


Title and rate. 


paid tor 
salary. 


paid lor 


Otii 0/ Waihinelan. 




n,6oai» 
























^,12S.C0 











SlatilmCTJi, 

Curtlai O'iiiii.'S.'." '"/.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Drew Co., H. & W. B 

QoBTTaej, Jofl. L..,..,....,..,.". .... 
Fen Carbon UauifDld Co 

UiiceUaneotu sappHei, ttc. 

Ahemethy Drug Co 

American EntomologlcBl Co 

B»rkBr, George A 

Boone, C. A.,)r 

Bnmby, Jooeifti 

DlokBon & Ives 

Drew Co., H. & W. B 

Espoy, John B , 

Bohn™ Hardware Co 

BooseeCo., W. E 

Hubbard Co., S. B 

Jolmson & walte 

Uoom, Mrs. Wm. 3 

Orlando Novelty Works and Lombei 

Yards 

Odando Water and Light Co 

PorWr, J.H 

Pratt Co., B. G 

ReporMr Star Publlglilng Co 

Robinson, C B..' 

Schnarr & Co., J 

Shreve, H. A 

South Florida Foundry and Machine 

Works 

apdr&Co., Clinton E 

Thayer^Hovay Soap Co 

Usner, H. S 

Westover, B. H 

YoweU, N. P 

Tota 

Drew Co., 



Fad. 

Magrader, J. B 

J-Teighl. 
Hyer,R.L 

Adame Exprese Co 

Ttlegraph. 

Postal Tel^iaph Cable Co 

Western Union Telegraph Co. 

Orlando Telephon? Exchange 

Beggs i Palmer 

Cheney, J, M 

Apparalui, imlnmienU, and labora- 
lorti laalerial. 

Abemethy Drue Co 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co 

Bumby. Job 

Chase 4 Co 

Cramer Dry Plat« Co., G — 

Drew Co.. H, A W. B 

Florida Dn^ and Chemical Co 

Friei, Julian P 

Groover, St*wart Drug Co 

Moore, A. L 

Painter rertiliier Co.. E.O 

PullnjflQ, E.J. 

CHieen* Co. (Ineorporated) 



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EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY— Continued. 

Beporl o^apenditurea ^or the fiscal yearended^ June SO, 1907, under appropriation 



Nama. 




Name. 


AmouM. 


ISS:'BSW'"'r°«"°::- 


I0,«3 
3.00 


SSSS^-^:::::::::::::::::::::::: 


tioaso 


UoTEan, A.C 
















Total 






Mft-4 











iimnt of approprlatloa W, 000.00 

pendltores under above groups 4,Wa.eO 



LUMP-FUND SALAHIEa. 



k™. 


Special agent, a 


Tltlean..., 


POldlSr 


travel and 

and field 
eipensee. 


In Waihlttetim. 




1331,26 

'■Si? 












"■^ 










2,231.26 






Specif agent, a 


g'^ 




OvtofWeuhingum. 


2,750.00 


tl,473.S2 






















''« 

'3K 
720 


00 

1 

00 
00 






































Buokner. A. W 


Sperfa!«gent,a 


MOO per month 


P^^ 


























«0lU^aMi,Ar8yte 
























SS! 






^£p::::= 


$1,000 












SgnTgg 
Clerk. Btenogra 
^^nth*"**" 






Sfi^E;;:;;;;;:;: 

HorrlB, Ralph B 


o](«iBt i at iV.im'and n'.ioo.'.'.'. 

her, and troewHUr, atlTSpet' 
8rk,atllA0parammm. 

id typewriter, at »00 


667.60 
136.00 
470.00 
Hi 00 


1,144.16 

ifji 

" 






P^ttlt. AJTi. K 


and»46perinontii'. 


:::::::::::: 




agent, at t2B. and fl^ld ^^t. 


333.43 












' 







EXPENDITUEES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTXJBE. 
BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY— Continued. 



" Cotton-boll ■wuvil inveiUgationa, 1907, 985,000"- 




uc^ Piodoct Tobaooo Co , 

Lake & Co., Fred L 

LambteCo. (Inc.). Jm. B 

Laixm, Meig 

I.ayton, B. D 











Paet. 
























Freifhl. 









LawreorcJ.L 

MrGinnls, ^f. M 

McNeelv,D.L 

McWhIfk.A 

UacUnson, Olot 

Markham, a. C 

Msrkham Lumber Co., J. L . . 

Miller, E.J 

Monarch Typewriter Co 

Moore, C.F 

Hurray, a. B 



_nOO*^lc 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
BUREAU OF EXTOSEOLOGY— Contlnned. 



NBIM. 


Amonnt. 


N«™. 


i«™,. 


Wenam Union Telegraph Co. ' Daliae 


(21-90 
28.32 


TrarelandtUUiim and field txptBMt. 




















gS.22 
»7.tf 












Teltjihone. 










Southweatem Telegraph and Teltv 




























ga,;:i 


^Z!ef'^-% 






Jonea, C. R 






672.00 










1,789,2* 












































ISSag-B 




















T tHl 




VliElnla-CarollQa Chemical Co 


















2,6S».gS 









Total amount of appropriation 186,000. 

"-■ftl e jpendlturea undsr above gronps 161, 158. IS 

„__ Ti ^_.> . llsbursing agent Z,787.*S 



Advance to H. PIttler, temporary dl 



Geo. F. Goll, ^^porary dl 

■a I.i.4..„ . .rydlSbuioi^omuv loo.n 

^^^ M,«82.78 

iimndod balance......... ,,...,,-.,,.. 20,317.22 

nt to credit of appropriation 8.73 

Net oneipended balance 20,325. Bfl 



31 hereunder are also 



amoDg the loregolug groups.] 







Approd- 








Seth Burnett 




H0.«> 






83.53 










Payment of fleigbt chargee on cotton seed and 


MS. 31 
















theb^weerU 
Experiment in de.tructioD of boU weevil 


132. TS 
















131.39 



i.«ii.ajB,Gooi^le 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTTJKE. 331 

BURELi.TJ OF ENTOMOLOGY— Continued. 

Report of expenditterei for (Ae jhcal year ended June 50, i907, under appropriation 
" Cotton-boll weevil inveit'igations, 1907, $85,000 " — Contmued. 

CONTRACTS— Continued. 



Contraotoc. 


Nature of conMact. 


amount. 




tbeb^weelil. 


laoaw 






























the b^ weevU. 


































tHe boll weevil. 



















LUMP-FUND SALARIES. 



»„. 


...and^te. 


salary. 


paid for 
travel and 
BtatioD 

expenses. 


In WaiMnffUm. 




tlTG. 01 

i.zoaoo 
■eoaoo 

2,eoo.oo 

■,S!!S 

i,2aaco 

827.50 
27.20 

•11 

|i 

li 
Si 

285.80- 

aoT.w 




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EXPENDITURES OP DEPARTMENT OP AGBICULTITBE. 
BUREAU OF HNTOMOLOOI— Continned. 



LDUP-ruND SAI^RIBS— CoDtlniied. 



Out of WaiMiigton—CaiVi. 

OUbert,H. W 

UoriD, Thomas F 

Polk, aitton C 

Toomoy, Michad J 



Eldndge, ElmerE.. 

Aheam, wm. j 

AUsn.lVUIlsmH.... 

Babcock, Bert 

UoDDBy, JamM H . . . 
Bibcock, Charie* A. 

BaU.Geo. W 

BiDka, Howard F... 

BeBllv,P.F ".' 

Bent,%IUlamA.... 
Barrett, EdwardJ.. 



BeiH^r, 1 



Beucler, John Las 

Blomerth, Oscar W. 
BanBDtBnt,Loula.... 
Bourgst, EBe 



Laborer, at U.SO aud;t2 pel dlam. . ■ 
ti.eo and actlii^ lonmau 



Laborer, at 11.60 and t2 par diem.. 

"Uiirorar, at tl .sbrBubf orBmimVat tti 
at 12.40 per diem. 
. Lsboret, at U.fiO, tl.e£, (2, and boo 
per diem. 



471. M . 

11.10 . 

3B400 . 

14.00 . 

lezoo . 

ILIO . 



BradlcT, John J 
Breon, TrankH.,, 
Brennaa, Thomas E 
Braslln, LewisC... 

BrtggB,chaB. H 

Brtgga, Jamea E 

Brown, BliasS 

Brown, Harry A. 

Bryant, Arthur 

BomeM, John W.. 
Butters, Wallet B.... 

Caln,EdwardT 

Callahan, Klchard C. . 



Carey, chas. A... 
Carey, Ttomaa J. 
Carey, William. . . 
Carroll, John F . 
Can, JamesE... 
Cassell, Daniel . 
Cainell, Matthew. 
Chan^agne, O. J , 




Connolly, Martin J, 



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EXPENDITURES OP DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE. 833 

BUREAU OP BNTOMOLOGT— Continued. 

Report of txpenditurei for the fitcal year ended June SO, 1907, under appropriation 
••Prevention ofipread of motht, 1907, %8t, 500"— Continued. 

LUMP-FUND SALARIOS— CoDtlnaed. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


^^S^ »'Sd Md 


0*1 of ITaaAOvCon— Cont'd. 




^S 














2B.W 
S7.00 

Is 

CU.OD 

31,00 
fi.25 

i 

lit! so 

3410 

32. 2S 

"1:!S 






































































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S^5! 

4.00 

ii 

IftOO 
IS. 00 






























































43.00 

e.00 












































,S 










Farrtngton, John W 


do 


11 

182.75 

W.fiO 
2.0D 

as 

1 












FlWgerald, E. J 








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EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY— Contliiued. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES — Continued. 



Name. 


Title and 
LaiMier, at taper diem 


rate. 


















































































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KaUeribew.Joiiiic 


tio 




























Kam^dy, Edward J 


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Lapbain, Wm. F 

Laskey.JohoH 








































Lucey. Cornelius J 





iat.00 . 

isaso . 

11.00 . 

i«aoo . 

s7.oa . 



itt.go . 
11.25 . 

lg.A) . 



EXPENDIXUKES OF DEPAKXMENT OF AGEICULTuSE. 
BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY— Continued. 



LCMF-PUND SALARIES — Continued. 



r 



Out of 



TimoUiy... 



^rron.FranlcP.... 

McCMtay, r. F 

' UoCitrthr, jatm H 

IfoOUlan,L 

MoDodhbU, Jame6 E. . . 

IbDougsU, A 

IbsOovem, F. J 



LabonTjAt |2perdtQiu,.. 



UcKec 






uoLau^tD.R.L:;;:; 

UcLfdloD, ThOQiaa 

HeMtthon, Thomas.... 

MeMsQ, Wm 

UcNell, Bemsrd 

UoNuli;,JamesF.... 

Uddden, JobD. 

Magulre, Franlc B 

Uaeuire, Geo. E 

MBKOirepJameaP 

l^oney, James 

MahonBy, T. H 

HaJoney. Jaraes A 

Uartlu, OcoTxeK 

Uartln, Thos. F 



endy, BamuoL . . 



Uetrauo, Cosmo U 

Mausa, Joioph F 

Ueuae, Reuben. 

Ki<*eU, William 

Mlddletcm, Junta I . . . 
Ulddleton,WUtTed.... 
Hlllsr, GeorgB A 



Mullafly, C , do.. 

Murphy, Edward a l do.. 

Murphy, Hugh. 1 do.. 

Murphy, Jeremiah | do . . 

Murphy, Jerry A j do.. 



Murphy, J 

Murphy, Peter P. do.. 

Murray. JeroDlah T do.. 

Hurray, Thomae J. do.. 

Muse,Iaaepb F do.. 

Muse, Reuben I do.. 

Nasait, Junea do. . 

Neiea, FredJ I do.. 

Nelsa, John L do.. 



Nolan, Wm.H 1 do... 

Noonan, Geo. F. , do... 

Norton, Frank A i do... 

Norton, F.H do.., 

Nosewortby , Bert 1 do. . . 

Noseworthy, Wm do,. 

Noyea, Walter W i do.. 

O'Connor, John W do.. 

O'Donnell, B, Q i do... 

^lIvie, Frank E..-. do... 
'.eefe, Dennia U ! do... 



OirUvit 
O'Keef 



40.60 

«0.50 
68.25 
121. BO 
221. SO 



71. to 
33.00 
41.76 
S.25 
249. 7S 



EXPENDITtJBES OF DBP.4BTMENT OF AGBICULTUBF,. 
BURBIAU OF EIWOMOIXMSI— Contlnned. 



LUMP- Ft' ND 8AI-ARIBS — CoDtlnnefl. 



Title tai rate. 



Ovl of Wathingloa—Crmi'A. 

O'Laaiy, Patrtok H L»borer,atf2peidL8in... 

Orpen, Cornelius C do 

Palmer, Wm. H. do 

Parker, Dwiabt 1 do 

Parrott, LoiSb J do 

PUBoas, Juuea . i • _ 



ParmnSpMaAJ 




















PhUUpB, Wendell 
























































































































































































































....do 






Toth, TarenMl 


....do 



alarj-. 


Amonnt 
paid lor 
tramland 

uidBeld 

ezpenaes. 


,s?-2f 



























































































































































































































































































EXPENDITURES OF DEPABTMBNT OP AGBICULTUEE. 
BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY— Coutluued. 



LUMP-FCND SALARIES— Ci 




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EXPENDITUEES OF DEPABTMENT OP AGRICULTURE. 
BUREAU OF ENl'OMOLOGY— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALABIBB— Con 



Out 0/ WaiMnglon—Confi 

UerrlU, Geo. E 

Ripley, WilUftm a 

Eodgets, TJionuw 8 

Shanahan. Jeremlali 

Taylor, Oscar E 

Hftle, Edward K 

Miller, Tbomas L 

CaaweU, WalWr R 

Clark, Wm.B 

Earl, WlUlani 

Parkins, Fred W 

Pratt, Forest E... 

Bweeney, John W 

Lame, Oilbert £ 

Vinton, Harry W 

tonnolly, Martin J 

Farrlngton, Geo. A 

Fenton, W. A 

Keirigao, D. J 



Hamilton, Chas. B... 
Totman, Charloa E . . 

Total 



I2.fia and t2.S0 per diem. 



. 12, and foreman, at t2.SD per diem . . 
t ii, scout, at (2.40, and loreman. 



Foreman, at S2.50 per di< 



12.60 and CSO per dtem . . 

tSper diem... 
. (3 Pf- ■" — 

BiKnit, att2.40perdiem.. 

;!do;; 

..do.. 
..do.. 






b n.tO. and foreman, at 12.50 and 12.80 

per diem. 
)cout, at 13.20 per diem 



80.90 
88.20 
37.80 
M.OD 
381.04 



Jfiserlianeous aappHei, etc. 

American Entomological Co. 

Btgelow A Dowse Co 

Blookmer ACo., J.L 

Blake, 8.F 

Blaketey, Cliarles A 

Blancbard, Kendall & Co 

Chesterton A Co., A. W 

CteHln it Co, (Incorporated), W. 

Clark Co., Henry N 

ColUns Hardware Co 

Doberty.P.H 

Dwyer, John D 

Frost 4 Co., H. L 

Frost Insecticide Co 

HaUook^W.O 

Ins^, Wm. D. 

JeOiey, Joseph H. 

Jemiey Hannlactnriiig Co 

Kennedy, A. H 

King & Co. (Incorporated) ,£. and F. 

K^K*,W.E 

LBtlefidd, T. E 

Hacomb0T4Co.,H.8. 

Haider Electric Co 

MoUlDB, Tbos. E 

MouKonACo., C.W 

National Coal Tar Co 

New England Oil Co 



MiiceUaneous mppliea, tie.— Cont'd. 










St 
331 
























Suflolk fenjgrayiniaiid Eliitdo Co. . . . 


m 






















































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EXPENDITUBES OP DEPARTMENT OP AGEICtJLTUBE. 



BURBAtr OF E»JTOMOI<OGY— Continued. 



Name. 


Amoont. 


Nimie. 


Amount. 


TtUgraph. 


(4.28 
14. £« 


-■"»'""■ ssssa.-""*™ 


^!8 










' 6.00 


Total 


18.48 


HftUook, w. a 


rriepftow. 


„3.. 










New Eoglaml Tdsphons and Tele- 


Total 


4,003.29 


KctM. 


Trava and HaHtm and fiM txptata. 


































M.02 




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Tttua,E.8.0 
















' 



Uoexpendfid bt 
Report of ezpenditur 



re groups 81, 883. 37 

Sie.63 



LUMP-FUND SALABIEB. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


S' 


St 

station 

eipmiBM. 


OW of WaiMngtoH. 




•as 

4».l» 

4fi.G0 

28.00 

moo 

25. so 

41. 3S 
48. CO 

11 

6.00 

ss 

ZZ.OD 

acTs 

44.76 

'is 
















































Laborer, at U, and wout, at «2.40 pet diem. .. . 










































































































do 





MB, Google 



EXPBKDITUBES OP DBPABTUENT OF AGEICDLTUKE, 
BUREAU OP ENTOMOLOGY— Continued. 



LUUP-FCND BALABIB8— Continued. 



Out of Wathtnglim—CimVA 

CaaaM.Utxamw. 

taumpagns, a. J 

QMndler, Fiank A. 

(TlittflpM, Daniel 

damenW, Oeoige F 

OOhotanTwin 

ComnB-bejilelJ.. 

Colambe, Louis R 

Cook, Frank A 

Cook, IiOolB E 

Cook. Parley D 

Corm, Junes J 

Crayton, John 8 

Crow(U,H«n7 J 

Cmwlar. C._. 



Dohertyll 
Dotal, Ji^ 



LaliDier, at tS, and scoot, at 

Laborer, at 12 per diem 

Laborer, at tS, and scout, at 
Laborer, at t2 per diam 



r, G00.H 

Dono^, John F 

Donoatte, Antbonr. . . 

Douoatta,L 

DowdCD, Samuel H. . . 

Doyle, Edvard 

Do^,FiankF 

Dunbar, H. Walter... 
Ea^eston, Thos. J . . . 

EUbt.Oeo. W 

Bstabrook, Walter. . . 

Evans, £. Dudley 

Farrey, JamesP 

Farrington, Oeo. A . . . 

Fflonai, Fred 

FeeMy. Uldiad H... 



Foley, ThOB.F 

Foster, WaltorE 

FTBEler, Danid , 

Fredrlkson, Emll 

OeoghBgaa, Chas, J 

Goidd, Jamas 

Oraves, F. W., ]r 

Oriffln, Albert 

Guppey, Chester A 

Hale, Horace oo 

Halpln, Wm do 

Han9on,Chas. R. W do 

Hr may, Joseph F do 

Harrington, ft. F Laboret,al 

Harris. Cbas Labomr, at 

Harris, G.N.,jr do 

Hawkes, Albert F do 

Hayes, DanlelJ do 

Heaton, Walter do 

Herbert, Ed whi H do 

Herbert, Henry K do 



Holmes, Frank J.. 
HopUna, K. D.. 



Johnston, John J . . 



Keating, Patrick. . . 

































































































































00 

w 

DO 

i 
i 

i 

1 

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EXPENDITURES OF DBPABTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
BUREAU OF EWTOMOI-OQT— Continued. 



LUUP-ETND SALARIES — Continued. 



»l of Waahingtim — CoDl'd 



Kelioe,Wm.H 

KelUher, Wm. J 

Kellev, Isalab F 

KeoDedy, Robt. W 

KetteU.Oeo.H 

ElMbaU, Lyman L 

Lapbam, Fran^ K 

Laaghliii, Jerry 

Luro, £lm«r £ 

Utdddd.E.E 

Lone, Clarence U 

LoTeland, D. E 

UoCarntn. Fiant F 

McGowanJThm. F 

UcHngli, Tb08 

HcEeniu, Simon 

IfBLan^lln. Ralph L... 
U cUafaon. Frank R . . . . 

IfcUahou, Thomas 

UahonsT, Jamea 

UcUan, Will 

Uanhall, Eineit L 

Heuse, Joieph F 

UeoML Renben 

MlcHdl, William 

Hlddleton, wlllred 

Miller, Geo. A 

Mitchell, John H 

Mixer, Eweratt L 

MDipby, Jeremiah 

MDiray, Jeiemlah F 

NaBBlI, Jamee 

Seise, Fred J 

NetBB, JohnL 



NevBegin, Gov M 

Newtwgln, Irvlnif B . . 

Norton, Frank A 

O'Connell, JokxiIi T- - 
PMnoDs, Frank C 



Pratt, F. Burton. . 



Baodall, faoraoe A 

Rayniond, Edviud L. . , 
R«udon, John F 

Kerf, Edward F 

Rrvnoide, Geo. C 

RlleT,Eukh£ 

Riley, Harry J 

Riley, Mlchaei J 

Booney, JamseH 

Rooney, Thos. F 

Rossell, Setli H 

Ryan, Edward F 

Ryan. Geo. H 

SsTsfleld, Wm 

Saundera, Wm. F 



Spencer, V 
Stevens, fi 



Storey, Chertec W. . 



eouivou, pjuwuni ^ 

Tape, JoImF 

Tarr, Jolin 

Taylor, Oscar E . . 



47. 2S 
14.(0 



t, atu.ttpcrdlem... 



840 EXPENDITURES OP DEPAETMENT OF AGBICULTUKE. 

BUEEAU OF HNTOMOLOGY— Continued. 



LTJMP-PCND SALARIHB— Continued. 



Nuna 


Title and mU. 


Kilar?. 


eipeiuu. 


Oat tf WiMftftuKon-Conf <t 




so! 00 

liOffl 
45.75 
6.00 

a 

38.00 
52.00 

II 

46.00 

II 

3»:75 

|i 

43.76 
U.IO 

ss 

46.00 
























































































SS^v'£*K":.v.--.::: 


Laborer, at C. and acont, at tt.« per dieni. . . . 






Laborer, at U, and acoat, at 12.40 pel diem. . . . 




























































































Evans, E. budloj 

Farrey, JaniM F. 








« 
4f 
< 

1 

« 

t 

e 
a; 

48 
4S 

s 

« 

21 

a 

48 


00 










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FIMpatrlok, J. C 








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i 

75 

i 

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Ham, DanidJ 


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Herbert, Henry K 










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KeattoK, Patrick 


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EXPENDITURES OF DBPABTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. -341 

BUREAU OF En^TOMOIX)GY— COHtlnued. 

!0, 1S07, uvder appropriation 
000 "—Continued. 

LUMP-FDND SALARIES— Continued. 




EKPENDITUBBS OF DEPARTMENT OF AGBICTJI/TUKE. 
BUREAU OP BNTOMOIXJOY— ContUiued. 



BepoTt 0/ expendituree for (Ae fiscal ytar 
"PTeventitm 0/ spread of moths. 



ended Jwm SO, 1907, tinder appropriation 



J907-8,tJ50,o6o''—ti 
LUUP-FUND 8ALAR1D8— CoQtbined. 



Mame. 




ffiii" 


paid for 
tramlaad 


Oiu of WatMnglaa-Confi. 




SO. Oft 

11 
II 

S4.00 

».82 
02.50 

84:38 
Sg.13 

ss 

8L67 

II 






















































Laborar, at (2, uid taoat, at 12.40 pei diem 






































































































































































g,3U.3i 











Tratd and ilalloitmidflM scpeniet. 
Hovaid, L. O 



Total amount ol approprlatloa tUn,MO.lM 

Total BQieuilttana imdaT aboTi ETOupi g,iBS.7S 



UaezpaidadbalaiicaaiiJanB30,U»T, vlikhieBTaUabkd(uliua«»ly«U'l»OS. 141,«l.r, 



DiB.1izedOyGoO(^lc 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
BUREAU OP ENTOMOLOGY— Continued. 



EECAPITULATION. 



Miecellaneous BUppliea and servicea, eqnlpiri^, books, machinery, etc 

Fmnitu™ 

Fuel 

Frdght 

Teiflgrai*///;!!^!!;;!! "!!!;!";"!!;!!"!!!;"!"!;!!!;!!!"!!;!;;;!;!! !!!;!!! 

TelmhoiB _ 

Qm and electriislty 

Apparatus, ■□stniments. and laboratory material 

Trayel and station and Held BipeQB«9 

Total 

Advances to t^mpoTary dlBburalng agents.... 

Total eipeodltures (or entire Bureau ot Entomology 248. 



"Prevention of epruid of mottaa, 1M7-B," on June 30, 1907, STidlabto during 



Bepayments to credit ot approprlatlone 

>n September 30, 1907.. 



estimated) . . 



i 


220. K 


24; 


Sg 


248 


«4,10 


^ 


110,00 


163 


615. SO 
407.27 


22 


'^.n 


22 


236. g6 



Balance to be turned back In Treasury (estimated) 21,8.^.27 



The principal projects conducted by the Bureau of Entomology during the fiscal 
year ended June 30, 1907, were aa foUowa, with approximate cost in each case. The 
cost of these projects has also been charged in each case against the group to which it 
pertains. 



Importatione of useful insecte $2, 500. 00 

Forest insect investigations 10, 590. 00 

Deciduous fruit insect investigations 11, 150. 00 

Inveatigationaof inaects injurious to vegetable crops and Btored products. . . 6, 000. 00 

Cereal and forage jjlant insect investigations 7,790.00 

Scale insect investigations 6,000.00 

Investigations into the life history of the cattle tick 1, 600. 00 

Experimentai work with insecticides 3, 000. 00 

Investigations of insects in their direct relation to the h^th of man 1, 250. 00 

Silk inveatigationB 5, 300. 00 

Agricultural investigations 8, 000. 00 

Investigations of insects aSectii^ cotton 2, 000. 00 

Miscellaneous investigations ana other work 3, 973. 66 

Balance unexpended 946.34 



Cotton Ml weevil investigations. 

Work in Texas against the cotWn boU weevil and the cotton bollworm. . . $51. 829. 91 

Work in Louisiana against the cotton boll weevil , 4, 320. 82 

Investigation and importation of the Guatemalan ant 8,707.42 

Balance unexpended 20, 141.85 

Total 85,000.00 



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BXPENDITUBES OF DEPABTMEHT OF AGRICULTURE. 

BUREAU OF BIOLOGICAL SURVEY. 



STATUTORY SALARIES. 



»™. 


Chief 01 Bureau 


tile and raw. 


1 p«ld"fSr 
Balaiy. 


paid lor 

'Ha 




11 10B8S 






.1 800.00 




V'^^i^-' 


aertftt 11,000. 












! i^ooaoo 
















Lflhorer.stMSO 





















LUMP-FUND SALARIES. 



Palmer, T.B 

Beftl,F.E.l. 

Old^, HeniT. 

OBn>od, W.H 

Prabls, E. A.l 

EoireU,A.E 

LanU.D.E 

UoniBOD, A.B 

Cooke, W.W 

MoAt«e, W. L 

WllHams, H. W Jr.. 
Oberholser, H. C 

Barrett.i.L'.V.'.'.'.' 
Emeison, Edltb O.. 
DeRlemer,W.R... 
Follaid, Agnea L 

Davis," FrltiC.'."!!! 

Ward, L.C 

Harris, Louisa 



Total 

OtU of WatMnglon. 



Datcher, Wm.. 



Amount 
paldfo 

I '*'*'7' I and field 



iiSST' .SSi.i« 



Asalstant bli^oelst, at »1,000. . . 
Game lav asBletuit, at *1,400. . . 
AHlstant omitholiwlBl, at tl,SO 

Expert, at W, 200 

Expert tanidenDlst, at (900 

Clerk, at 1840 

Clerk and labeler, at teoO 

Clerk and labeler, at (eoo 



it 120 per month . . 



Field naturalist, ,___ 

Field uaturaltst, at 1100 per month . . 

Asflatant biologist, at 11,200 

Scientific aaalstant, at 11,200. . . 



2[sw.oa 

;a!S 
S.'S 

,500.00 

'SI 

'Si 

1,200.00 
MO. 00 


1927.74 




























































100.00 


M.B2 


'TS 


68L3Z 






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EXPENDITURF.8 OP DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
BUREAU OF BIOLOGICAL SURVEY— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES— CoDtlnued. 



n™ 




TU. ...... 


Amount 

Si" 


travel and 


Out oj WiMftfajWon— Cont'd. 


^^.'s-r." 




fl2.D(l 
1100 






























6,BS3.I» 











Aniinws PaperCo., R. P 

ConiiiiKent eipeDWs, Department of 

Atrtculture 

LambATlldeD 

Lihtary Bureau 

Lincoln, FredB 

Moniaon Pflpor Co., E ...-..,-.--,.- - 

Schmidt, Fred A 

Stockett, Flake, Co 

Stott ACo.,CliBa. G 

Ijnited ktaiee EnVeicie Co*.".".'.'.'." '.'.'.'. 

Total 

MisciUaneous aapplies, etc. 

Barter 4i Eoaa '..'.'.'.'.'.'... 

Beers, k.w .■;;:: ::::::;:"::"!;:!!: 

Blord, Hana 

Brown Bag Filling Machine Co 

Burton, B.C. M 

Church ii at ■ 

Con, will c. 

lniUB& Maim. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

DuPeiow,U J 

Doprey, H. F 

Emerwni, W. 

ErpmdACo., J, C 

FUgei, A. H 

FonlFr,Fi«d - 

FuBTtoi, LouIb Agauli 

aoldamlth, I. B 

Ounn.J.M 

HMleton. E. P 

Eoralall, Bruce 

jeDiina, Chas. S 

Joyce EDgraTJiig Co., Hanrice 

Kennif, Jacob 

ElD»ey,N.L 

Klniwy, F. Allen 

Klnel), A.B..- 

LftmbiTllden 



Amo^t. 


Name. 


Amount. 


139.76 

lioo 

130:96 

3:09 
«.90 

00! 88 




























6.IM 






















882.07 










Si 

12.00 

I.S2 

LBO 

02.57 








^Vr 






















Sf^'TT.^^.".':::::::: 


2.K 
















Wanamafcer, ji^ 

w^wSEdAUwoiv;:;:;::;::::: 


in 


















4.00 


FurnOurt. 
Hoeke.W.IT 




ass 








2.00 


Woodward A'Lothrop.'!! '!;!!!;"!; 


"Ii 


2e.S3i; Total 


160.67 



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346 EXPENDITURES OF DEPABTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

BUREAU OF BIOLOGICAL SURVEY— Continued. 



Name. 


Amount, 

"1 


Name. 




Amount. 


FreigM. 


Co 


ApporiUn*, inilrammi 
uyrymaur 
Bausch & Umb Optic 
Fea8t4Co.,H, D.,., 
Gilniftn,Z.D 


J, ond labora. 


























12- W 




















IM.BS 






















■ Total 



















204,38 
H.80 


Travel and atalion and 


fitld expaau. 




Tdegtaph. 
WeBteru Unlmi Telegrapli 






Beal,F. E. L 




646,26 


Co 






Goldman, B, A 































































Total eipendituiea under above groups. . . 

Uoeniended balance 

Repajmrait to credit ol appropriation .... 



SttttHtory aatariea 17,* 

Lump-fond salarlH In WaahliiKton 27, Qi 

Lomp^und aalortes oatslde ol WasbinKton : 6,9! 



HiaoellaDeoaB sappllea and ae 

FnmitarB 
Fr«ght... 



a, equlpmeot, booka, macbinmy, e 



Telsgrapti 



i,a6a.2s 

¥a.si 

12, « 



Outstanding llabllltiee (eetlmatei 

Bftlance to bo turned back in Treasury (estimated)... 



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BXPBNDITUBBS OF DBPAETMENT OF AGRICULTUBE, 347 

BUREAU OF BIOLOGICAL SURVEY— Continued. 
FB0JECT8. 

^he principal projects conducted by the Bureau of Biological Survey during the 
fiscal year ended June 30, 1907, were aa follows, with approximate coat in each caae . 
The cost of theae projects has also been chaiged in each caae against the group to 
which it pertains. 

U. S. No. 7, B. S. No. 1. Mapping life and crop zones $9,772 

U. S. No. 8, B, S. No. 2. Bitdogical survey of California 2,875 

U, 8. No. 10, B. S. No. 3. BiologicaUurvey of New Mexico 1,195 

U. S. No. 273, B. S. No. 4. Biological survey of Colorado .' 1,267 

TJ. S. No. 9, B. S. No. 5. Biological survey of Texas 90O 

U. 8. No. 264, B. 8. No. 6.1^, „ j-^ 
U.S. No. 11:B.S,No. g.iNo^Pe-iitu^e. 

U.S.No. 19,B.S.No. 9. Food habits of birds 2,70* 

U. S. No. 21, B. 8. No. 10. Relation of buds l» cotton boll weevil 1,328 

U. S. No. 20, B. S. No. 11. Food habits of California birds with reference to 

fruit industry 2, 250 

V. 8. No. 24, B. 8. No. 13. No expenditure. 

U.S.No. 22, B. S. No. 14. Food of aquatic game birds 15 

U.S.No, 18. B. S. No. 16, Bird migration 600 

U. 8. No. 6, B. S. No. 17, Relations of mammalB to i^cnlture 1,850 

U. 8. No. 12, B. S. No, 18. No expenditure. 

U.S.No. 13, B. S, No, 19. Importation of animals, birds, and of birds' eggs. 1,575 

U.S.No. 14, B. S, No, 20. Publication concerning game birds 3,240 

U.S.No. 15, B. S, No, 21, Protection of game and birds 50O 

U, S. No. 15, B. S, No, 22. Reservations and game refuges 48 

U. S, No. 17, B. S. No, 23, No expenditure. 

U. 8. No. — , B. 8. No. 24. Destruction of ground squirrels, including study 

of bacterial diseases 1, 100 

U. S. No. — , B. S, No, 25. Relation of wolves and other mammals to stock 

raising 485 

U. S. No. ~, B. S. No. 26. Fox farmii^ 266 

Total 31,96S 

DIVISION OF ACCOUNTS AND DISBURSEMENTS. 



STATUTOKY SALARIES. 



Nam«. 


Title and rate. ' 


H' 


paid for 
travel and 
nation 
and Bald 


_ . 


KiS'ayMK'SiSS':."^;"": 


1:SS 

2,o()aoo 

IS!? 

1,600,00 


































,^?^^.-;;::;:;::::::::::::;::::::::::: 








l,«0,l» 
1,400. DO 

i;So:oo 

1,400,00 

\:^S 

1,200.00 

i'ooo.oa 

444,00 

m,ao 

24.00 






ii 




















l£-il--"---"----"- 


■Vj-JO----'- 














^^'"Si""-^ 










ClBTtattTaO 



























EXPENDITURES OF DBI'ARTMENT OF AGEICULTURE. 

DIVISION OF ACCOUNTS AND DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



STATUTOHY 8ALAEIBS- 



DIViSION OF PUBLICATIONS. 



GiwthoDBe, C. H 

Conimui, Ephralm... 

Harding, w. r 

ThoIDton, S. Edwin. . 



BoettOhei, A. B.. 



Baker, J. N. . . 
Stevengon, J. 1 

Undd, A. I. . . 

Chapman, Ubt 
Edvarda, H. ¥. 
Nichols, L J.. 



Editor and asBlBtant ciiief , at cliBO 

charge ot Indexing, at 11,866. . . 



Draftaman, ■ 
"Cbht diri'. i. 



; 11,200. . . 

li^oo.. 



BamumUar^E Clerk, at 11,000... 

Biyan, Bmllr P ■■- 

Clark, Blanche B 

Gcwdchild, U. A 

Klnw, Ethel L 

LawBon, Laura B ™ 

Strong, Blanche do 

Handv, R. B... AsalatHit In charge of dociiment Hectlon, a 

12,000 

Clearj, F. J. P i Aulgtantin doCTiniBnt section, at 11,400. 

Riley, John O | AsBlstanl in document section, at 11,200. 

Hendnx, J. H......... ' Foraman In document s«cticai, at tt.40O...... 

Walter, I). S : Foreman, Farmers' Bulletin distribution, t 

Jl,200 

Braoey, C. E Chief (older, at 11,000 

Lawlor, L. D ; Folder, at WOO 

Boekley, Uaisaret Folder, at tSU 

Gordon, William do 

Parker, Annie do 

LawBon, Laura B 1 Clerk, at 1000 

Tull, AvaJ do 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUBE, 
DIVISION OF PUBLICATIONS— Contmue4. 



STATUTORY SALARIES — CoQtlnned. 



Carpenter, St^l» L . . 

Dontortb, U. S 

Whltteraore, Sanih A 
Plant, Catbariue P. . . 



BowiiiHii, Once L. . . 

Chase, Morance A 

DadelB.U. A 

Duke, A. L 

Duuloid, AoDle 

OaUowsy, Hand P... 

ICammeier, U.ll 

King, Ulmiegota J . . . 

LS™i,BUft 

WbltMmore, Sacab A 

Merrtan, Lucy B 

Moots, F. B 

Mosaley.M.M 

RandaUooldteH.'!! 

Smith, M. A. E 

Mi«r, Alice 

Nelson, Ella U.. 



Bowling, B 



Qnegor, J. J 

Barftr, FannJe C . . . 

BuiDngton, B. C 

Mnrrsy, AnnB B 

Randall, OoldieU.. 

Miller, ijaryE'.!!!!; 



Gardner, L. A 

Glttlngs,NellleB... 
Oreenatreet. Mary . . 
HafimBD, Ethsl P.., 



Mack, Ellas 

MlUer 8.J.- 

Murpny, C L. 

Owens, Maud ..^.--- 

Fftttee.Q.L 

ThodB, Joachim 

Pmilipa, Ella M 



Clerk, at J730.. 



Penfleli, Cora A.'! !!'.!!!!!!!! 


:::;:SS;:::;:::;:::::::::::;::::;:::::::;:::::::; 










Roe,ldaU.B 


do 


BaunierB, Catherke 

JSS'il';'.':::;:::::: 


---^0 


^0 




do 



840.0? 




















































































































































































































hSM.W 





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EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTDBB. 
DIVISION OF PUBLICATIONS— Continued. 



STATXn'OKY SALARIES — CoDtlnued. 



Westlake.B.E... 
Wrl^t,A!lcoJ... 
Spaiadliw, K, O.. 
SuttonTVfrEliila.. 

Thorpe, J. A 

Wheelon, F. M . . . . 

Wlllaon,A.R 

Wright. M.H 



Wuuuu, Harriett.. 



Ritchie, Etbel V 



Emery,M, E 

■Gill, A. B 

-Orant.CasalusC... 
Miohaela, Monlv M. 
Yoongblood, Wm. J 

Hcwy, Jeonle G 

Towara-C. W 

LftlTd,E.A 

Locke, Louisa K . . . 

aiilnn, Maseie 
ulnihlllTE. 

Poaay.Kata 

Roby,Hftttle 

Smiai.IdaQ 

Turner, Amelia 

Twomey, JohnM.. 
Viooman, U. S 



Poet,a.E 

Pftmder, Wm 

PhnUpB.C.E 

Bamette, Leon O . . 



Long, Michael 

Cleveland, Uelrln D. . 

CollinB, Leon W 

MaoFate, Joseph W . . 
Danlela.UUtonR.... 
Key, Richard C 



UoBBenger, at S7S0. . ■ 



Uesmnger, atHSO... 







600.00 








Kmm 




ss 




MOM 








































72000 




720,00 




fioo.oo 

76.00 




MOO 
























^■•0 




































S)S 




















m.oo 








SM.oa 

50.00 

3211. OO 




G2.S0 













,Goo'^lc 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE. 

DIVISION OF PUBLICATIONS—Continued. 



STATUTOKY SALARIES — Continued. 



Name. 


1 

Title and rate. 


Amount 
paid for 


paid for 
travel and 




1 


190.00 



































Total amount paid Jo 

Unexpended balani 



■oprlfttloDa «16,a70.(IO 



i' Bulietiwi), 1907, f98,75 



Nan,. 


■11 


■ Name. 


i..™t 




Xucrlianfoti! sitpptin, da— Cod. 

Southern PrintBre' Suppiy Co 

Total 

Printing and binding. 






















1 97, 771, « 


ngr ving 





LUMP-FUND 



»™. 


ean ra . 


P^to? 


paid [or 
travel and 
station 
aodBeid 


in Wathinglott. 




300.00 
1«.33 




























2,Z54.«T 











DiB.1izedOyGoO(^lc 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

DIVISION OF PUBLICATIONS— Continued. 



c), 1907, 4,t,.;00"— Continue*!. 



Ham.. 


*„.„,. 


Nwne. 


Amount. 




BO. 08 

4.eo 

2B.W 


E^r«,. 






Apporoiui, (mlramenJ*. and loboro- 






















112.89 








Gii*mftn.z.''D..;...'-V."."-::::::;:::;::- 


25^70 




1. 00 

Is 

Jl.W 

S2,00 
10,00 




gS'rr"^*'" 










Pullman, E-J 






















Total , 








NMionol Eleotihsl Supply Co 












Southern Printers' Supply Co 






3«,« 









Total expenditures u 



jups 3,3*1.46 

li2.M 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


1207.50 

181.33 
144.00 

moo 
e3aoo 

. 2*0.00 
180.00 
720.110 
483. SO 

saot 

483.33 

Boaoo 

32.00 
43.50 

18.00 
TJoioO 

eao-OO 
s«:oo 


travel^ 

Si'lSi 

eipense*. 


I» IToUmwKm. 


Clerk, at 1900 






















































IBaffiStSK'.""-;.'^™:;:::::: 














Ksy^^l^T. 






























































SohauBy Edward 












laasenwr.atisio 





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ESPEBDITUEES OF DEPARTMEHT OF AGRICULTUKE. 

DIVISION OF PUBLICATIONS— Continued. 



LUMP-FUND 8ALABIES- 



Nanu. 


Title and raw. 




Amount 
pa[dior 
travel and 

andfl^ 
eipeOBes. 


H 


Um « at»840 


tm.a> 

■II 

227.60 

Si 

480.00 

ll 

MB.3S 
































































































13,M9.7S 











Name. 


Aonoait. 


Name. 


Amo-nt. 




11 

19.80 

3.00 
5.00 

as. 40 

*7B.« 
8,987:37 


















ContinEent ecpenaes, Department ol 








IHstrlct at Columbia Paper Mami- 




•89.M 












































































7,889.S8 












MUceUantout tuppif ». 


'11 
■ If 

IftBO 
180 

4; 00 




Fumilttrc. 


















































Sg^Sii/B::::::::::::::::: 




03.2S 


Ergood&CcJ.c - . 








Frtielit. 




Lambi-niden 











S. Doc. 425, 60-1 23 



.Goo'^lc 



EXFENDITUBES OP DBPABTMENT OF AGBIOULTUEB. 
DIVISION OF PUBLICATIONS-Contmued. 



nlUdStais 


ri^-^ci;;:: ::::;:: 








T^etraph. 











Ami— Continaed. 

WtuhinsCon Sate Deporit Co . . , 

Total 

Oat and deOricUy. 





"d*- 


= 

5,000.(10 


torvmoto*!! 














W. 








Raa. 










Allen (Wm. H. H.) uul etas 













TotBl amount otapproprUOon JSO.OOaCO 

Total eipandltuna onder above groups 29, fSD. 10 

Unexpended balance 1T9. M 

RECAPITULATION. 
Statutory as 



Lmnp-fund aa 
BtaUonety... 



leg, in WublngtoQ . . 



Tumltun 

TielgU 






Oae aad electl^^. . . 




, M aeptambei 30, lOOT. 

OntatandlDg Uabllltiea 

Balanm to be tamed back Into Treasury. . . 



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EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AQEICULTURE. 
BUREAU OF STATISTICS. 



STATUTORY 8 ALA HIES. 



Naine. 


™^„„^ 


paJdtor 


travel and 

3*a 




SWtitll tBJiOO 


B 838 KB 








,30( 


s 










fSS^'j."-";-: 














,8a 

;i 

,8IN 

ii 


i 

00 

00 
00 

00 






do 




gjgio.H:::;:::::::::: 












:;:;;S::::; ::;:■■■: ::■:■:: : 


266.17 


































t 












'aa 

iia 

1 
il 
il 

;| 
'1 

91 
160 
333 

s 


00 
00 
33 

00 

00 

00 

S3 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 

00 
00 
00 
00 

00 
00 
00 
4fi 
23 

OS 

!? 


















Eeynolds, F. A 




















»FI """■■■•-- 




































































































































wgA/Ml^-.v.::::::::::: 


























BoUlneBr, Lewis 


^ 








































708.33 

1,000.00 

ie«.w 

'fi 

aaaaa 








































Sllss'-'-rir 










1«.W.D 


....do 





jooi^lc 



356 EXPENDITUEES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE. 

BUREAU OF STATISTICS— Continued. 



STATtJTOHT SALABIBS—CoDtlnued. 



Nooh.Esthei ! Clerk, at t8 

Woodward, E. G ; do 

SammlB, E. C | do 

Sartor, L. E do 

Alexander, 8. C I Clerk, at t7 

Babbitt, ufloigB H : do 

Simpson, Jalin U l do 

BallflTd.N.P ^ do 

Bell, Florence I do 



Haas, r P.M.. 
ColIlns.F.P... 

Lee, W. D 

Connor. R. L... 
Eaton^C.E.... 
Powell, M. W. . 

Ledarer, B. B 

Peabodj, Jolrn.. 



Bell, Florenoe • aerk. a 



Michaels, H, H 

Bostwlck, Helen U, 
Fltcb.WUIiamR.. 

Cavanagh, J. L 

ElUott/rerry 

Collins, F.P 

Baynuxid^ary J . 
Eaton.C. E 

Wharion, J. j'....l 



Total amoont ol approprlatioD 
Total amount paid lor ealarlea 

Uueipended batanee 



Amount 
paid tor 
salary. 










67 
00 
00 

oo 

00 
00 

00 
00 
00 
00 
00 

00 
























































m 





























































LUMP-FUND SALAHIE8, 



Name- 


! 

Title and rate. 


p"™r 
salary. 


Amount 
paid lor 


In WatkingUm. 

^^ri'^'r" 




tmSft 

aaoo 

96.67 

116,00 
1,071.09 

720.00 
Tf&X 
40.00 
48&S3 




...: Special agent, at 17, and compiler, at 17 per 
1 diem. 


























Cratl^yaiMaA 










^fS'r'T'- 






















BS'SiS 








Uaracher.J.C., jr 


...1 Messenger boy, at W20 and l4Sd 





jooi^lc 



BIPBNDITUEBS OF DEPABTMENT OF AGKICULTUBE. 
BUREAU OF STATISTICS— Continued. 



In Wtuhtaglon—Coat'd. 



Out of Waihingtott. 



Cimrwomaa, at t4S0. . . 



Fssseadan, S. D 

Onj.F.a. 



.; Bpecial field agent, a 
.: Special Held ^ent, B 
.; Bpecial field agent, a 



Eyerly, E. K Special agentj at 171! per m 

"" "f ' SpedaL agent, »*• "" 



Peteraon.V 

Qnans, H. A.'. 

Oreeor, John do 

MoCJeUand, Oeo.C do 

Uavtaod, E do 

Parker, E. C Spedal »B™t, a 

CMord, John E Special agent, a 

Fligge, John,.,, do,.. -, 

Hanaon, Aslak i da 

Heflennan, Patrick..-. do 

HenderBon, Henry , do 

Hibhard, Fred C , do 

Holdeu.Wm. H ■ do 



Martn, 






vx:: 



Ulddlaton, dW. II 

Miller, Geo 

Myhrvold, John . . . 
Hfchols, Chas. . . . 
Pedenon, L, W,.,. 

Plke.JabOEW 

Soyder, Henry R . . 

Spong,Chas. J 

Stennee, Edward T 



Taylor, Chas. E . , 



HutchlnsoD, E.G.. 



Harwimd, SarBh K.. 

McCall, A.G 

Northern. "Vh'. J...... 

Dawley, F. E 



Expert, at 125 per month 

District chiel, at tl2G per month 

State Btatletlcal agen^ at |l,I<» 

State statistical agent, at tMO 

"— - ntatKWcal agent, at 1800 and »B0I>. . 

•—itical agent, at WOO 

•""' agent, at 1800 and 1000. . 



.' State Btatistleal agent, at tSOO 

. I State ■tatietleal agent, at 17% and 1800. . 
. ' State statistical asent, at ITOO and tSOO. . 



State st 



1,637.80 
2,088.46 
1,453. «) 
1,825,02 
1,217.30 



^.60 03g.G8 



1S7.SS 
191.15 

06.82 
133.67 

8».97 



EXFENDITUBEB OF DEPABIMENI OF AQBIOULTXTBE. 
BUREAU OF STATISTICS-Continued. 



LDUF-FUND SALARIES — Contlniied. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


s* 


traVatand 
(a^dtlX 






if 

moo 

85S.00 
668. 00 
660.00 

soioo 
moo 

G9L66 
41^:67 

II 

il 

300-00 

300.00 

sooioo 

300.00 
















SSKSrKSiSSSS:::::::: 


















tat«>tatl8tlcal agent, at t«n and 1700 






















State atatlBtical agent, at 1600 and t6eo 














?&g;i:;i^-::::-.:::::: 












State BtatlsticaJ agent, at KK) and teSO 






















StaMstaMfltical agent, at tBOO and »eOO 


























State etaUBtlcal agent, at Ha) and WOO 




S:?S^fii;:::::::;:: 


'SS 
















State atatiatloaE agent, at MM and MOO 


























































56.882.90 











N.., 


»S.l7 

31.48 
9.60 

4!oa 

117. « 

'ffiSJ 


»„.. 


Amount. 


Slatlonerv. 




12,874. 84 








Total 




Di^t ol Ciiumbla Paiiii Jfkiiu- 


4,093.08 


IS:",J»:::::;::;:;::;::::;::: 


























?^'u|.'SdSt"Si^i^-- 






















s-s 






CnlonEnTelo«Co " ":.:. 


ChurehA Stephenson 





£XPE»DITUBES OP DEPARTMENT OF AGKICULTUBE. 



BUREAU OF STATISTICS— Continued. 



Report of expendituret far the Jitcal ytar ended Jwm I 



»„.. 


Amount. 


»™. 


Amount. 


JfiireUanemw tupjiUei, lie.— Cod. 


30.91 
11. 7S 

S.OO 

2g.M 

!:S 
J 

■a 

si 

23,20 
SO. 00 

• 12: SO 

78144 

i 


Telephone. 










PriiUina and binding. 












oa^Wabb Manufacturing Co' 


Traeel and iMUion and fttld txfmet. 


































feSjlSSi.":::::::::::::: 






Corley.J. J 


416.16 






''■ffi-S 


HlnniiCo.ancompratedJ, N.M 




































aray,F.X 


■ss 












Ramlngton Typewriter Co 














SmlCliPrHmlBrT'rpowritBrCo !'!!!'!. 
Southern Prlntera'^Supply Co 




, S!-S 
















TIikdBrwood Typswritor Co 












1,713.26 
122. SB 

4| 
























Hoak6.W.H 


KSJ'.fcH::::::;:::::;::::: 


133! ai 






























SS,'Ai„'i- 






2,1M.S1 


Freiglii. 

EoOMpI.P 






&'^':c"':::::::::::::::::::::::: 


S3S.'6S 


Eiprai. 


— n 




2,|4.ra 


United strtMEippBBs Co!".!!'. !;;!!! 












Total 








ss 




WeBtemTTolonTelegraiACo 









UuBiponded balance 4,096.2* 



360 EXPESMTUEES OF DEPABTMXST OF AGEICTTLTTTBE. 

BrREAU OF STATISTICS— COTtmned. 



LCMP-FIXD SALARIES. 



In WoMnglM. 


...' Chief, divuion of JoreiK° maiteta, at CJUO, 
uid chl^ of loiHgn markets, at 12,730. 














... Chanromkii, al leo 














a,sffi.OB ... 




1 







Total expenditure! \m&t abi 
UDexpeDded balance. . . 



. RECAPITULATION. 



Statutory ■stories tM,8W.22 

Lamp-fund aalariaB: 

IB Waihlngton 11,480.82 

Outside ofWaiMagtoa 55,882.90 

Stationery 4,991 08 

Uiscellaneous auppllea and HivicH, equlpmeDt, books, machinery, etc 2,188.36 

Famttuie 3,1*4.81 

Freight 3.96 

Bipreis 69.07 

Telegraph 440.76 

Telephone 18.03 

Printing and hindlng 530.33 

TrSTBl and station and field Bipenses 31,017. SI 

Total (or entire Bureau of Statistics 205,688,93 



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EXPBNDITUBBS OF DEPABTMENT OF AGRICDLTUBE. 361 
BUREATT OF STATISTIC^-Continued, 
PBOJICTS. 

The principal projects conducted by the Bureau of Statistics during the fiscal year 
ended June 30, 1907, were as follows, with approximate cost in each case. The cost 
of these projects has also been charged in each caae against the group to which it 
pertains: 

Crop report* S131, 017. 82 

Bufletin No. 50, Hops in Principal Countries 160. 67 

Bulletin 52 Imports of Farm and Forest Products, 1904-1906, and Bul- 
letin 53, Exports of Farm and Forest Products, 1904-1906 568. 88 

Bulletin 54, Trade with Noncontiguous PossesBions in Fann and Forest 

Products, 1904-1906 ■-.... 60.28 

Bulletin (British Dairy) 688, 16 

Bulletin 55, Meat Supply and Surplus 351. 28 

Bulletin 62, Production of Potatoes, and Bulletin 63, Production of Hay. . 690. 64 
Bulletin 65, RusHian Wheat Prodnction, and Bulletin 66, Russian Wheat' 

and Flour Trade in European Countries 1, 240. 87 

Bulletin 67, Ocean Freight Rates 193.96 

Bulletin 69, European Grain 1, 085. 93 

Bulletin {World's Cotton) 182. 32 

Yearbook Appendix 1,828.45 

Bulletin 49, Costs of Hauling Crops from Farm to Shipping Points 309. 53 

Statistics of rural schools 2, 350. 94 

Cooperative work with Minnesota Experiment Station (Bulletin 48, The 

Cost of Producing Farm Products) 2, 461. 57 

Bulletin (Farm Wages) , 6,402.25 

Total 149,593.55 

LIBRARY. 



STATUTORY SALARIES. 



».™. 


™„.„„. 


paid lor 


travel and 

andfleld . 
Bipenses. 






11,833.34 

,':s;i 

1, TOO. 09 

ii 

405.00 
«0.00 

«oa.oo 

337150 

moo 

ii 

«>.Oft 
420.00 










































































K5app.A^R.. 



















































































ol amount of appropriatLoa. . 
al uaDunt paid loi salaries .. . 

Unexpended balance 



EXPENDITUBES OP DEPABTMBNI OF AOBICUI/TOBE. 
LIBEAEY—Continued. 



LUUF-FUND SALARIEB. 



»„.. 


™.^„„. 


salary. 


station 
uidfleld 
expanaw. 


'•""■"■*.■■ 




36. W 
























106.00 











Name. 


A.om. 


Name. 


Amount. 


Slaliontr],. 


sss 


FralBht Publishli^r Co 
















33.77 






. 2.ce 


Uiactllaveous suppiiei, elc. 


li 

li 

12.45 

460 

also 

ioo 
1.00 

6.«0 
32-80 

e!«o 
3,00 

2! IB 

0.00 








Oraj Herbarium of Howuil tinlver- 

G^e;EdiWrdL:;v:::::::::;;:::;; 

Hawaiian GaEettoCo. (Limited) 

Hoi^sirtE^wVbv.v:;::::::::::::::; 












Americaa Joarnal ol Plivaloloey 

Ameiican Uedtcine PubQslmig 60 ... . 
Americftn Schocrf ol Home Economics. 


1.00 
2. so 

US 












Journal of Commeree and Commerce 

&\-<io^w.T;::::::::::::::::: 

iS'B^^il^ A- ■■-■■■■■■■■■ 


















103. SB 
















Eulitman, Julius. - . ... -- 

LaivTers' Cooperative Pablishlng Co. 
Lea fetothets i Co 


2700 
































asa'""?'"""""^""- 




















































Dana Compaoy, Wm. B 










NaUonal RaUHay PuljliBhlug Co 

New York Botaolcal Gardens 

New Yori Maritime Regietcr 






















O'Connor Market Ranorier Co 

Oil, Paint and Drug Reporter 










1.00 



EXPENDITUBEB OF DEPAH.TM.ETST OF AQBIOULTUBE. 
LIBRARY— Continued. 



JfUaUaatoui mppUii, ttc.—t 

Oatli^PubUaliliieCo 

Fanturaph, The 

Patriot Pii&B. Co 

Feck,H 

Photogn^klo Timea Fab. Co.. . 

PlWitWoild 

PoynilBr, O. A 

Fnifayteritui UissloD Pnas 

""""*'" & Rounds Company. . . 



- Preston & 



Hftllw 



osd Oazi 



eeUy... 



ly EqiiipmeiitiPubUshingO 



ZS, 



Stechert & Co., G. £...- 

Sapflrlntendent of Docomfinta-. 
Sutpliln Co., I. V 



„...,. 




Amount. 










































































































































s 


FamUuTc. 




2.00 
3.00 


PrtMiiiflonifftiTMlinff. 






Tra^/l aad, lotion and fittd iipinai,. 










ilioo 















Repnymenfii to credit of appropriation 
Net unexpended balance 



]e at oard Index . . . 



RECAPITULATION. 



Lump-fund aalsrlCB In WoshlnEton 



MlBcetlaneouB aupplles and aervlcei. equipment, 
Printing and binding. 




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364 EIPBNDITTJEES OF DBPAHTMEWT OF AGRICULTURE. 

LIBRARY— Continued . 
PROJECTS. ■ 

The principal proiecta conducted by the libr:^ during the fiecal year ended June 
30, 1907, were as follows, with approKimat* coat in each caae. The coat of these proi- 
ecta has also been charged in each caae againat the group to which it pertains. 

Administration — aalaries $5, 255. 84 . 

Cataloguing and indexing — Claries 4,285.83 

Translating— salary 900. 00 

Recording and care of periodicals— aahuiea 3, 735. 65 

Loan desk— salary 900. 00 

Traveling expenses 39. 30 

Binding 888.90 

Hooka, periodicals, and miscellaneous supplies 7, 854. 63 

23,860.05 
Paid from appropriations for 1907, aa follows: 

Salaries, library 14, 972. 22 

General expenses, library 8, 887. 83 

23, 860, 05 
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF CLERK. 

Report of expenditureg for the fiaeal year ended June SO, 1907, under appropriation con 

tingent erpemes, Deparlment of AgrJcalture, 1907, tS7,0O0. 

LUMP-FUND SALARIES. 




Slationery. 

American Lead Pencil Co 131.28 

Andrews Paper Co., R. F 895. 4B 

Ballantyne, a. Carter 2*4.fle 

CartB>CrunleCo., (Ltd) , 6.00 

Dayiaon ACo., h!. C... 292.40 

District at Columbia Paper UtK. Co. . . i 8S. eg 

Eagle PencU Co 56.83 

LambiTUden 121. « 

Library Bureau JM.45 

LiiKOln, FredB 28.S3 

Llndemeyr, Philip 204.00 

Marrison Paper Co., E i 13.40 

Newman, E. S 12.fl0 

Packer. D. Frant 868.48 

Remington Typewriter Co , 47.87 

Sharp 4 Sons, F 50.85 

SmlthMte. Co., R. K j 33.80 

Swayie. W. L 4,406,53 

Underwood TTpewrtter Co 1 2.2S 

Union Envelope Co | 146. 26 

UniWd Stales Envelope Co »6.2l 

Yawman & Erbe MIg. Co I 29.84 

Total ' 8.018.65 



i£iaetUant<Mt mpplit>, ac. 

AddresBograph Co 

Allen MIg. Co., W. D 

American Automatic Dlilntectant Co. 
American WaTfhman Time Detective 

Armour & Co'.'.'.' !".!!! !!!!;!!!!!!! 

Barber, Geo. E 

Barber A Robs 

Bat«B,J,G 

Bauach ill Lomb Optical Co 

Becker, C 

Becker 4 Co., Charles 

Benainger 4 Co., 8 

Berry A ivhltmoreCo.., '!!!!!!!!! 

Boston TcanBcript Co 

BrooksCo., E. r! 

BuTrellea Press Cll|»>ins Bureau . . 

Burroughs Adding Hacnine Co 

Capitid^rattlonCo 

Callin Co,. Eteier II 

Chaml:>eTlin Metal Weather Strip Co.. 
Chesape^o and Potomac Tele^ 



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EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF CLERK— Continued. 



IfiiceUantovs supplit!, ttc—Coa. 

Chleftgo Rerord-HeraJd 

Church iSi Btephenaon 

Congers Laimdiy and Carpet Clean- 

Cooper-lieiritt Electrle Co .".!'...!.. . 

Couon, Jones S 

CrowlCo,,PearreE 

Censmore Typewriter Co 

Boremua MauiinaCo....- 

Droop & Sods Co., E. F 

DallniUMftrtlnCo 

DuPorow, M 

Dy»r, Wm.n 

Eastman Kodafe Co. 

Edmonaton, Chas. R 

Elliott A Co., James... 

E^ood &Co,, J. C 

EveoW Btar Newspaper Co 

FrteBTSeall 4 Sharp Co 

Fritch &S0D, Geo.T 

Fulton i Co., Chas. C 

Grofl.D, F 

Hammond Typewriter Co 

Hartlg, LoiilB 

Haileton,E. P 

HelskBU.ir., &Co., P. H 

Hoge & McDowell Co 

Holtiei^abot Electrto Co 

Homo Ice Co 

Hoosfer Drill Co 

HurlBy,J.E 

Hutchinson, Wm. 8edv 

Hyeienic Soap Oran. Co 

Jentine, Chas. 8 

Joyce Engraving Company, M 

Keaeby AMattrsonCo 

Xelloge SwlUbboard and Supply Co. . 

Kendall, J. B 

Lacy, Wm. H 

Lamb&Tllden 

LambloCo,, J, &B 

Lanaburgh St Bro 

Lee, J. 8 

MeCa\>b]XlCo.\'c\'sy"/^\V^'.'.' ".'.'.'.. 

McReynolds Sons, R 

Uaclrall Brothers 

MacKlem.J.J 

Uai^ilohol Ji Sou 

Henebeu Electrlo Co., Jos 

Mtlea Brothers 

Uineraliied Rubber Co 

MlDuliCo. (Incorporated), N.M.... 

Monarch Typewriter Co 

MontBome^A Go 

Morgan*. Wright , 

Uunwm Supply Co 

Muth 4 Co., Geo. F 

Mutual District Messerwer Co 

National Electrto Suppfi' Co 

Nations I Mortar Co 

NatiODHl Pipe Bending Co 

Newrath, J, P 

New York Cycle Co 

New York Times Co 

Niagara Radiator Co 

Nicholson A Son, Ja», A 

Nolan & Sons. Jas 

Pike Adding Machine Co 

Postmasters 

Potomac Electric Power Co 

Press Company 

Band, McNally A Co 



MisceUaneou! lappHea, etc.— Con. 

18.01) '' Bau, JohnC 

!S.« , Reed. P. Q 

li HeiUy. Hugh i 

13. OS I RBmington Typawriter Co 

».00 I Rudolph & West Co 

a. 56 I San Froneisco Call 



99-03 i emith*MtI^,_Co!.'R;I 

24! 00 

13?! 98 ' 
Z01.31 I 

12! 7S ■ 



Stewart Elec. Co., Frank H 

SucPrlnmg'and Publi^JngAsiocla- 



,\ Tribune Company .. . 
Typewriter and OfBi 

Underwood Typewril 



17.00 
Z2o!oO 



WWte,FredJ 

Woodward & LoQirop. , 

Wyne&Co., J.H 

XyloMte Product Co 



Llncohi, Fred S 

Mhuiii Co. (Incorporated), N. M. . 

Moses A Sons, W.^ 

Seals, Chas. D 

WooariiO Manufacturing Co 

Woodward & Lothrop 

Yawman Si Erbe Manufacturing Co.. 



ih Co. (Incorporated), 
Total 

Freight. 
AOhio 



tlefleld, A 



■,Gooq]c 



EXPENDITUEEB OF DBPABTMENT OF AQBICUI-TURE. 
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF CLERK— Continued . 



»-■ 


Amount. 


Num. 


A..„.. 


nvlpU— ContlDiUKl. 
New Yort^ New Haven, andHirtlord 


T.W 








Oatimiileclrititv. 








Total , 


18.11 




Expreii. 


SS 














ITiilMd States EipniH Co 


Travel owi lUMon and field exptniet 




Tot.1 


MS.S2 




Ttlismpk. 


1«.« 
36.M 

SO. 79 










Port»l TelegTftph-Cable Co 

Western Uoion Telegraph Co 




m-M 


Total 















Total amount o( appropriation 

Amount tranaleTiBd trom varioiu appiopilattoiu on accoi 
j.^ . t ^ (Met ol UiflBUpply Division, the 



dliterent bureaus 



Dnttngent eSp^uea, Department ol 



lup^es 

LglfcUltl 



'otal apni 



.fopriatlon available «,012.a6 



Toniltnn . . . 

Fuel 

Fi^CJit.. 



I euppUee ai 



. 18,703.07 

. 1,«- ■" 



6.15 
206.32 

saTo 

424.73 

^ 1,011.54 

Tiavel and etatlon and field expenees 007. 64 

Total lor eotlie ooutlsgent eipenms, Department ol Agriculture 40,423.48 

Total amount ol appropriation JJ, 000. 00 

Ai«Oimt tiBSstertBdlrom othsr appropriations on account ol supplies tamiiihed 4,012.30 



Tefignipii.-. 

Oas and eleotiiidt;. . 



Ai«oimt tr 

Tc 
Total ei 



turned back In Treasury (estimated) . . 



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aXPENDITUBES OF DEPABTMBNT OF AGBIOULTUEE. 
OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS, 



STATUTORY SALARIES. 



Name. 


Title and raw. 


salary. 
»,B00.00 

ill 

iss 

i.oooloo 

il 

8«.€0 

a.m 

770.C0 
MO.OO 

eoo'co 
s«.oo 

«).0O 

^1 

34.00 

134:87 
34S.S3 
480.00 


3i 

and field 
eipenflBB. 


Tru8 A C 


























cU;S°di;riv.;::::::::::::::;:;:;::::::;;::::: 














Ryder, M.E 

g^^^c.'!-.".-.:::;:::;::: 


























































do 



























































































Total amaunt c 



Report of experuHtur 



LUMP-TUND SALARIES. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


la waihiivum. 
















WUcoi.E.V 


























Uonnan, Jamea B 


Clerk and editorial aBalstaat, at 11,200 



i^ff? (?; , travel and 

^Z„ »tatlon 

*""7- and field 



4« 
90C 


00 i 
00 


00 1 

SI! 

BO 
00 












701 



aoyGooi^le 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPABTMEKT OF AGRICULTURE. 



OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS— Continued. 



Report ofexpenditur 



LUUP-I'UND SALARIES — Continued. 



Name. 


Title nnd rat«. 


Amount 
paid lor 


Amount 
paid for 
travel uid 


/» Waihingum-Coava. 




B7-«» 






















19,227.93 
■ 291.67 






„n.«„,o, ..«. 











Name. 


,U«,»n,. 


Name. 


A-.-.. 


SbUfonery. 


11.66 

11 

18.70 
24.25 


IfiauWoKoai ntppliti, <lc.— Con. 












Money, J. S'. 




Combined Tool Company 






























Uoirison Paper Co., E 


















Smith Piwnler Typewriter Co 

aouthera Printora' Supply Co 

Washlngt™ wood wSffingCo 






^«! 




271.91 1 








JBsMltoneom mppHei, Hc- 


£.00 
IS. 76 

2o!oa' 

2.50 

1.00 : 
loaoo, 

asioo 

Jl 

17.50 
7.00 










FumUuTt. 






















































Freight. 


























Haielton, E, F 








Expren. 








Kellogg Switohboaid and Supply Co. 




Lamblo Co. (Incorporated), J. B 














Mcver.a.N 







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EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGBICULTURB. 
OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS— Continued. 



Name. 


Amoont. 


Name. 


Amount. 


Tdegraph. 


g:SI 


tOTji maltrial. 










Travel and itatton and fitUd expema. 






32.31 








Taiphoiu. 


mso 








OgBapeake and P»t™,B. Telephone 














1*20 




916,63 
























4.B8 








Warren, Q.f 
















9.08 











Name. 




paid tor 


audfl^ 






C,2SO.OO 

100.00 
67.67 












Clerfc (stem^raphar and typewriter), at 170 










3,092.87 











Name. 


Amomit. 


Name. 


A^tmt. 


StaUonery. 


m.50 

10.80 


Miactltmuoiu aupptitt, etc. 


























United States Envelops Co 






23.30 

























. Doc. 425. 60-1— 



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EXPENDITURES OP DEPARTMENT OF AGRICTTLTUBE. 
OFFICE OP EXPERIMENT STATIONS— Continued. 



Nanie. 


AmoLuit. 


Name. 


A^p«. 




d. 


17.83 

m'.eo 


Tfiegraph. 










Western Union Telegraph Co 














Apparaiui, inatmmcnti, and laboro' 
lory maurial- 




Fumiture. 


482.36 
32.30 






Travd ond statUm and fitld txpauet. 






-. 






3s.m 










£ipr«,. 


•-.s- 


SampBon, H. O 


m;S 
















10.25 






















oat 












415.86 



STATUTORY SALARIES. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


salary. 


Amount 
paid lor 
tiavelftna 
ataWonand 

penaea. 


In Washinnton. 
Langworthy, C- F 




1SS 

soioo 


















































4,20g.W 










OMofWasMaalm. 


'wb!33 

Toaoo 

641.69 
1,000.00 

■moo 

102.00 

il 

S£5.00 

ii 
















^Pf^^-T.M 












































































































8,3*8.14 











EXPEKDITUBES OS" DEPABIMENT OF AGRIOTTLTUBE. 
OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS— Continued. 



Name. 


A„„.. 


Nonie. 


Amoont, 


ADdre«'aPap9rCo.,R. P 


124-26 

3:75 
4.00 




Mr. 04 




3S2.70 




Frei4)M. 












2. SB 








5S.S2 






B.03 


MiKeUawout luppliei, ttc. 


Si 

8.99 
13:30 

5oa!oo 
i.oooioo 

iftOft 
3.00 

10. M 
1.70 

20,00 
aw.oo 

91: 80 

1,300:00 


Exptu.. 
























Ttlignph. 

Western tFnion Telegraph Co 

Oai and ilectricUv. 








































ApparaOii. inilrMmenti, and labora- 
tory maUrial. 
BauBch A Lomb Optical Co 


























































Travel and atatUnt and field expnuei. 










14. 3C 




6,«)0.28 












20B.60 

40: ai 








&.ra°:':::::::::::::::::::: 


256. BB 








Kcwes i Sobs, W. B 




1,071.81 







Bi above gioiipi 19,900.34 



Unaipended tnlance . . 



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EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 
OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS— Continued. 



Meftd, Elwood.. 

Teele.B.P 

Woodward, S. U 
FkanlDg, B. P.. 
Wright J. O.... 



Pleree, P. L... 
JabDfltoa, A, F 
Ulloer, U, D.. 
aingleWn, F. E 



TftUent,Q. A... 



Out ml Wat\iB^oa. 

ElUo«,C.O 

Btewart, John T 

McCrory, Bomud H 

Brown, C.¥ 

ForUer. fiamuel 

Eemaaim. F.C 

Foliar, Paul E 

Stover, A. P 

T»lt. aaiBDCs E 

UcLsughllu. W. W 

Nowell, Herbflrt T 

Rascbbacliet, H. O 

W light, Albert E 

Btoiit.O.V. P 

LAn.ChBS. A 

EtcheTeri7. B. A 

SimoDfl, 9. L«wlfl......... 

Ongoiy. W. B 

Zlntbea,C.J 

Roeding, F.W 

Uorgau, £. R 

NelsoD. EUm 

Luoke. Cbae. E 



Slngletaiy, J. 3. 
Oardon, Jabu H 



Downey, Mortoi 



w. a.. 



LUUP-FUND SALARIES. 



Cbiel of IrrigatloQ Investigations, at B.OOD 12,84 

Editorial assistant, at »2,000 a,flO 

IrrlgsliOD engineer, at 12,000 2,00i 

Irrigation engineer, at JIWJ 1,S0 

Eipert, at 12,250 1 2,2Si 

Eipert, atJl,200 1,!0 

Agent, at tl,000 76 

Agent, at J75 per montli 17. 

Agent and exp«rt, at*I,«00 1,60 



Draftsman, at (125 per month 

Stenographer, at «,o66 - 

Clerk, stenc^raplier, and typewriter, at STB per 

month; clerk, at SS40, and stenographer and 

typewriter, at 1480 per annum. 

Stenographer and typewriter, at $840 

SMaogrspher and tj^wrtler, at (70 per month. 

Painter, at iil.M per diem '. 

Ueseenger, at tMO 



Drainage engineer. 
Drainage engineer. 
Drainage engineer. 
Dralmwe engineer, 



"S* 



engineer, at (2,000. . 
en^eer, at tl,^. . 



Irrigation eoglQeer. at 11.600 

Irrigation engineer, at Si. COO 

Irrigation engineer, at tl2S per month 

Irr&tloD engineer, atd.axi 

Irrigation engineer, at tl.OOO 

Irrigation manager, at tZ.2S0 

Expert, at 110 per diem 

Expert, at IS per diem 

Expert, atB.OOO 

Expert, at 11,800, and irrigation manager, e 



Expert, . . 
Expert, at too per 
Expert, at leo am* 
Expert, at (SO per 
Agent and expert, 



month and 11,200 per annum. 



Agent, at 1150 per month 

Agent, at 11& per month, and irrigation 
laimer, at 11,200 per aimum. 



paid lor 
station 



213.80 

mao 



138. ss 
"iiosi'si 



1,200.00 
300.00 
958.34 



EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 373 

OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS— Continued. 



LCMP-PUND SALARIBa— Continued, 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


Amount 

Si" 
™.» 

''mso 
moo 

54.87 

Is 

SftOO 
S3. 33 

■■"!!:8! 

212. GO 
83.33 

iTaoo 

11 

eaoo 

23b:oo 
149.3a 

7B.0O 

71. ao 

17.10 

ii 

O.DD 

38. 2» 
5.00 

8:B7 

63! 10 

12.00 
37. M 
35.00 
2.25 

42.10 

ts 

12.00 
29.00 

24.00 

27:00 
9.00 


tSE 
SB 




s 

Agent 












































is 

Agent 
Agent 

JSS 

Agenl 

ii 

ClBTk. 

s 

Lelel 
































at MO and HO and 175 per montii 




























ageiit,at»60and»75perinontli 
















stanDEFapher, and typewrltet, at HmO . 


































Rotoi 
































Rodm 


























MO per month. 






























Oialn 
Chain 


















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874 EXPENDITDBES OF DEPABTHENT OF AGBICDLTDBE. 

OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS— Continued. 
fteporl of expen^vrei for the jUoal year ended June 3 



Altmeder ii Boom, Theo 

ADdroiri PtMrCo., K. P 

Jlallantyno, R. Carter 

CftrdwiJl, «. K 

CDntliifient expvatet. Department a 



Morrison Paper Co., I 



SwayRe. W. L 

United StaMs Envelope Co 

Yawman ii t^rbe Hanufscturbig C( 



Charch & tltophrason. . 
(Worado Hh™t Mrtil W 
Colorado Uollno Plow C 
Colomdo NurBUTf Co . . . 



Cofvallls Sawmill 0( 



nUdtni-, r. K 

Dlmock* UnkCo 

Donalioo, Emmons & Co 

Duilnj(,J. E...- 

DuPi'row.M 

Dupuls.T.lI 

Dvor, VNm. II 

JilllB Km'stone ARrlcviltural Woike.. 

EwluB-Jlcvkln Klix;tnc Co 

FalrliankB Morse* Co 

FlUmotp, A.J 

Kllnt* WamoB 

Garvin Harhinc Co 

Oawh ii Son', Rlnhard 

(Kry.K. I 

Ooldsrnlth Sljm Co 

Oordon. ,lnhn II 

(Iny CarriaitP Co,, J. U 

Or™ Hay Cot Co 

Uaurd, Edna 

HaM^ton, K. P 

lldidrle & llolthoD Mauulacturjne 
luid Suu|ily Co - 

lluntingloii '- 

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o.aiA'. 



42.07 
4S.8e 



MUcfUanctru* tuppliit, et- 



Keitli,C. W 

Kellogg Swltdiboard and SuMity Co. ' 

Kll!inarCo.,J. M ..„......! 

Lamb & Tlldm 

LambleCo. (Incorporated), J. B ! 



J^wla.R.E 

Lutliin Rule Co 

Lultwleler Fumiring Engine Co. . . 



Ulne and Smelter 8uptdy Co. . 

Miracle Pressed Stone Co 

Monareh Typewriter Co 

Munson Supply Co 

Muth A Co., Geo. F 

National Electric Supply Co. . 
Nawrath, J. P... 



Palin & OrendorlT Plow Co 

Platner Implement Co 

Posl-Omce Department <D. C.) . 
Qiiartermaeter'e Department. . . 



Remington TyrMswrlter Co 

Rlcketta, J. II 

Roche Drj Battery Co., Wm.. 

RoeSel, i 



d Metal Worlca... 



Standard Oil Co 

Standard Plate Olaes Co 

Stevens Implement Co., Sydney... 

Stlmeon, J. E 

Thomas aock Co., Beth 

Thompson, C. W 

Tower, Charlemagne 

Utah Firo Clay Co 

iTlck.H. W 

Vulran Sheet Metal Co 

WalJord,D. N 

War Department 

Welter, Xeelle 

West PuDliahlngCo 

Western Lilmher Co 

Wright, F.E.. v.*.'.'.!'.!!;!!!!!!;!;! 



A'oodward & Lothrop.. 



EXPENDITURES OP DEPABTMBNT OF AGBTCTJLTUBE. 375 

OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS-^IJontinued. 

Report of exprndiluret for the fiscal year ended Jww 30, 1907, under appropriation 
'' Irrigation and d-ainage invettigatiom, 1907, «I«2,eOO "—Continued. 



Name. 


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Name. 


A.0-. 


Freight. 
CMc«o, BuriingMm and Qulnny 


W.72 
26.37 


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Trand and itatton aad fitid txpenaet. 




















£8.81 


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290,88 






























358.72 












Telegraph. 


107 
101-84 


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10, S7 
720.09 












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1,924.28 











Unexpended batance.............. 

Repaj'meiit to credit ol appropriation. . 

Net imexpeuded balance 



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EXPENDITUKES OF DEPAKTMENT OF AQKICULTUBB. 

OFFICE OF KXPKRIMENT STATIONS— Continued. 



LUUF-FUND BAL ARIES. 



travel and 
station 
and fleld 



In Watkinsum. 
Uonnau, James B 



Clerk and editorial asaleti 



11& Elbe Manulacturlng Co., statlaaery... 



iturea under above groups 

mded balance on June 30, 1907, whlcb Is available oi 
RECAPITULATION. 



Btatutoiy salaries . . 
Liunp-Iund aalartes 

In Washington. 

Outside rflVftsl 

Stationery 

UlsaeUaaeotis suppl 
Furniture 



e, egulpment, hooks, machluer?, et 



TM^iaphl.. 
Telepbone.. 

RBnt,. 



Gas and eleotilolty 

Apparatus, instruments, and 1 

Printing and binding 

Travel and station and Seld ei 



t29,OU.T7 

46.721. 12 



[The aboTe amount appropriated by Congrei 
temporary dlebiirsing a^nts In charge of si 
expenditures tor entire Omce ol Expenment 



was eipended by - 



Amount derived Irom sale of card Indeiei 




:o credit oF appropriation 



M be turned back in Treasury (estimated) . _ , 



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EXPENDITUEES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUKE. 377 

OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS— Continued. 
PBOJECTS. 

The principal projecia conducted by tiie Office ot Esperiment Stadone during the 
fiscal year ended June 30, 1907, were as follows, with approximate cost in each case. 
The coat of these projects has alao been charged in each case against the group to which 
it pertains. 

Office of Experiment Statwni, 1907. 

Salaries, statutory •. |29, 160. Oft 

Salaries paid .' f29, 045. 77 

Unexpended balance 114.23 

Total 29,160.00 

Agricultural Experiment SUUiom, 1907. 

Supervision of the work and expenditures of 59 agricultural experiment 
stations in 4S States and Territories, and Alaska, Hawaii, and Porto 
Rico, and promotioa of their general iutoreets. The preparation of 85 
publications based on the work of over 1,000 agricultural experiment 
stations and kindred institutions throughout the world, and 800 cards 
of the index of'experiment station literature. . Preparation of summaries 
of the reports of ^ricultural investigationB made by the f^cultural 
experiment stations and kindred institutions in the United States and 
over 50 other countries, in order to give prompt information regardir^ 
such investigatione to the workers in similar lines in this Department 
and the agricultural experiment stations and to teachers and students 
in the agricultural colleges and schools. This information is published 
monthly in the Experiment Station Record. This journal also contains 
articles suggesting lines of work for the stations and advice regarding 
their work and management as provided for in section 3 of the act of CoU' 

grese oE March 2, 1887. ; 25, 500. 00- 

Salaries tl9,519.30 

Travel 3,273.14 . 

Rent 916. 63 

Supplies, etc 1,577.78 

Balance, September 30, 1907 213. 15 

Total 25,500.00 

Insular Stations. 

Agricultural Experiment Statiom, Alaahi, 1907. 

Maintenance ot a central experiment station and three branch stations to 
investigate the agricultural and horticultural resources of Alaska, devel- 
opment of animfS industry, dairying, etc., including $3,000 for the pur- 
chase and introduction of live stock for experimental purposes $18, 000. Oft 

General expenses: 

Salaries $8,210.33 

labor 4,222.28 

Travel 623.96 

Supplies, etc 1, 935. 90 

14,992.47 

Livestock; 

Travel 117.50 

Cattle 1, 900. 00 

Plight, feeding, and care of cattle 954. 31 

. .. 2, 971. 81 

Total 17,964.28 

Balance, September 30, 1907 «35.72 

Total 18,000.0ft 

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378 EXPENDITURES OP DEPART M EM T OF AGRICULTURE. 

OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS— Continued. 

Agricultural Experiment Station, Hawaii, 1907. 

Maintenance of an experimeiit atation at which studies are made on diver- 
eified aBriculture with reference to tte peculiar needs of the country, 
and scientific investigations in cfaemietry, entomology, horticulture, 
etc. , including f5,000 tfl provide a water supply tor the use of the station. J20, 000, 00 
General eipensee: 

Salaries f8, 266. 66 

Labor 2,360.30 

Travel 101.30 

Suppliee, etc 4, 270. 60 

— 14,998.86 

Water supply: 

Labor 983.75 

Materials 4, 016. 14 

4, 999. 89 

Total 19,998.75 

Balance, September 30, 1907 1. 25 

Total ;.... 20,000.00 

AgrvcidluTal expenmeat station, Porto Rico, 1907. 
Maintenance of a atation to carry on experimenta in t^ronomy, entomology, 
horticulture, coffee culture, and scientific investigations along various 

linee of agriculture .' $15, 000. 00 

Salaries 17,711.01 

Labor 4,315.79 

Travel 464.72 

Supplies, etc 2,508.15 

$14,999.67 
Balance, September 30, 1907 .33 

Total 15, 000. 00 

Farmers' iNSTiTUTBa. 

For investigating and reporting upon the oiganization and progress of 
fanners' institutes and agricultural schools in the several States and 
Territories, and upon similar organizations in foreign countries, with 
special euggestions of plans and methods for makii^ such organizations 
more effective for the dissemination of the reeultfl of the work of the 
Department of Agriculture and the agricultural experiment stations 
and of improved methods of agricultural practice 5,000.00 

Salaries $3,092.67 

Travel.. 



Balance, 



September 30, 1907 415.85 

Total 5,000.00 

Nutrition Investiqatio»j8, 1907. 

Plannii^ and supervision of investigations in 11 States; compilation of 
results of similar investigations. tfcoughout the world; preparation of 
reports, farmers' bulletins, and abstracts of current literature; corre- 
spondence, especially with a^icuttural colleges, experiment stations, 
schools, penal and charitable institutions; supervision of dietary studies 
in public institutions $5,872.48 

Investigating the comparative digestibility and nutritive value of fruits 
and nuts, the possibility of supplying from such foods a considerable 
portion of the nutrients and enei^ required per day; the comparative 
economy of fruits and nuts as sources of energy; the relative nutritive 
value 01 preserved and dried fruits and nut butters and other nut prepa- 
rations; the effect upon digestibility of consuming made dishes contain' 
ing fruits or nuts as compared with simple fruit or nut rations of e< 



lent nutritive value, in cooperation with the California Agricultural 
Experiment Station and the University of California, Berkeley, Cal. .. 1,000.00 



BXPBHDUUBBS OF DBPABTMENT OP AGBIOUI.TTTBB. 379 

OFFICE OF EXPERIICBINT STATIONS— Conttnned. 

InveBtigating the digestibility and food value of green curd and cheese 
(American CheddU') made with different amounts of rennet and cured 
tor different lengths of time; the ease and rapidity of digestion of cheeae 
and value of this food as a source of enei^; a study of fundamental laws 
of nutrition and probleme of BCJentific and practical interest directly 
concerned with the nutrition of man through the medium of dietary- 
studies and digestion experiments; metabolism experiments and the 
CMpiiation calorimeter, an instrument of precision devised in connection 
witn the investigations and very largely used, in cooperation with Wes- 
leyan University, Middletown, Conn r, 067.86 

Investigating the losses Bustained from cooking meat in different ways, 
the influence of difierent methods of cooking on the nutritive value and 
digestibility of meat, the effect of different kitchen utensils, and method 
of handling upon flavor and nutritive value; the establishment of stand- 
ards of quwity in cooked meat; thecomparative digestibility of different 
cuts of Deef. pork, mutton, veal, and lamb, and the collection of data 
relative to the food value of meat for the use of teachers in home eco- 
nomics in agricultural colleges and other educational institutions, in 
cooperation with the Agricultural Experiment Station and College of 
Agriculture, University of Illinois 1,500.00 

Investigating the digestibility and nutritive value of different grades of 
flour, their value for bread baking; the digestibility and nutritive value 
of cereal breakfast foods and similar products, and of com and other 
cereals when made into bread and prepared for the table in other ways; 
the effects of different methods oi grinding com meal and different 
methods of preparation upon its nutritive value; the effect of differences 
in amounts consumed upon nutritive value of com and other cereal 
products and upon the thoroughiiesB of digestion of the whole diet; the 
relative digestibility of made dishes containing cereal products as com- 
pared with eim.ilaT foods eaten separately, etc. , in cooperation with the 
University of Maine ; 1, 000. 00 

Investigating the changes in appearance, flavor, and nutritive value of 
fruits brought about by the application of heat as in the ordinary house- 
hold methods of cooking, canning, and preserving; the comparative 
value of different household methods of cookiiw and preserving fruits, 
and factors which affect the keeping quality oi canned and preserved 
fruits, in cooperation with the School of Education, University of 
Chi(»go 200. 00 

Investigating the comparative value of different grades of flour, their 
value for bread making, the use of cereals other than wheat tor bread 
making, effects of different methods of handling flour upon nutritive 
value and bread-making qualities; the comparative d^estibility of 
flour dishes containii^ a number of it^edients as compared with simple 
rations made up of equivdent materials including bread; the influence 
of different methods of mixing, handling, and baking bread upon flavor, 
appearance, quality, and nutritive value, and the food value of cereal 
breakfast fooos, cakes, ctackeiB. and similar products, in cooperation 
with the Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station and Agricultural 
College, University of Minnesota^ 1, 300. 00 

Investigating the cooking qualities of com meal, in cooperation with the 
Teachers' College, Columbia University, New York 400.00 

Invest^ting the nutritive value of corn meal and other com products, in 

cooperation with the Maine Agricultural Experiment Station 500. 00 

Investi^tii^ the culinary quality of meat, effects of different methods of 
cooking on flavor and palatability and related questions, in coopera- 
tion with the Drexel Institute, Philadelphia 50. 00 

Investigating the ash constituents in typical American diets and a com- 
parison of such data with the results of other investigations, in coopera- 
tion with Columbia University 300. 00 

Studies of dietaries in an institution for the aged, in cooperation with the 
Drexel Institute, Philadelphia 100.00 



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380 BXPENDITUKES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS— Continued. 

Investigating the amount of different aeh constituentB in the diet of indi- 
viduaJs livi™ under different circumstances and performing different 
kinds of work; the relative value of different food materials as the 
aource of mineral constituents, the possibility of supplying needed min- 
eral constituents from common or inexpensive food materials; the way 
in which such constituents in the diet are eliminated, the proportion 
retained and assimilated, their function in the diet, and the formulation 
of dietary standards which will show the amount of different mineral 
constituents required per person per day, in cooperation with the 
Columbia University $700. 00 

Balance, September 30, 1907 9.66 

Total •. 20,000.00 

Irrigation and Drainage Investigations, 1907. 

Arkansas $1, 399. 57 

California 8, 808. 63 

Colorado fl, 069. 25 

Florida 1,766.75 

Idaho 1.402.80 

Indiana _ 2, 779. 48 

Iowa 165. 00 

Kansas 5, 510. 32 

Louisiana _ 2, 203. 90 

Minnesota 488. 08 

Miflsissippi 3, 252. 53 

Nebra^ 2, 283. 13 

Nevada _ _ _.. 1,532.10 

North Atlantic States 831. 12 

North Dakota 2,409.93 

Oregon 4,332.18 

South Carolina 5, 761. 78 

Tennessee 439. 83 

Texas 2, 742. 27 

Utah ■ 4, 494. 36 

Washington 3, 806. 14 

Wyomiiw 11, 296. 92 

Teats of aenalnred alcohol in engines for pumping irrigation water 3,491.82 

Total 83, 267. 89 

IRRIGATION INVESTIGATIONS. 

On use o/waUr in imgatwn. 

Catifomia: Studies to determine the losses of irrigation water in present 
practice, and the efficiency and cost of different methods of preventing 
these losses, including measurements of losses by seepage from ditches, 
and experiments to determine the effectiveness and cost of different 
kinds 01 canal linings ; measurements of evaporation from the surface of 
soils to which water has been applied at different depths and which 
have received different d^eee of cultivation after irrigation, to deter- 
mine what methods lead to the greatest economy of water; observations 
of the percolation of water applied to the soil by different methods t« 
determine the effect of these methods in placing the water where it is 
of the greatest use to plants and in preventing waste of water either by 
percolation beyond the root zone or by surface flow. Studies of canal 
mana^ment and operation to determine the effect of different systems 
upon the economical use of water, and upon the prosperity of the water 
users, including methods of delivering water to consumers, and charges 
lor water. Studies of methods and cost of preparing land for irr^tion 
and of applying .water to different crops for the purpose of determinii^ 
llieir efficiency and compiling manuals givii^ practical directions for 
the use of beginners in imgation $3, 798. 29 



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EXPENDITURES OP DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE. 381 

OFFICE OF BIXPERIMENT STATIONS— Continued. 

Colorado; Experiments in the irrigation ot sugar beets to develop methods 
by which the crops may be grown with the use o£ smaller quantities of 
water, without decreasing either the yield or the quality of the crop or 
increaaing the expenBe of irrigation; collection of information r^ard- 
ii^ irrigation with small water supplies on the plains where river water 
is not to be had, to determine the poesibilities of a better utilization of 
the plains by irrigating small areas in connection with the farming of 
larger areas without irrigation, or with stockraiBing; experiments in or- 
chard irrigation to compare the results ot ordinary practice with those 
secured by different methods of applying water ana the use of smaller 
quantities of water with more intensive cultivation $1, 966. 68 

Idaho; Collection of information regarding the methods and cost of pre- 
parii^ land for irr^tion, and methods of applying water on new land, 
for the purpose of supplying such information to new settlers; measure- 
ments of quantities of water used, with observations of the crop results, 
to determine the proper quantities of water to be used, and best meth- 
ods of application. Measurements of seepage losses from canals and 
slTidies oi methods of preventing them 1, 402. 00 

Iowa; Experiments in irrigation of garden crops t<] determine the value of 
this use of water in sections where agriculture is successfully carried on 
witiout irrigation '. 165. 00 

Louisiana: Studies of methods of irrigation of rice and measurements of 
the quantities of water used, for the purpose of developing improved 
methods and bringine about a more economical use of water, whene all 
water is pumped, and the quantity bears a direct relation to the cost of 
the products; tests of pumping plants furnishing water for irrigation for 
the purpose of pointing out possible improvements, and to secure data 
regarding cost of pumping to be supplied to others wishing to pump 
water for irrigation 1, 722. 98 

Nebraska: Experiments in pumping water for irr^fion in the semiarid 
portion of the State where stream water is not available, to determine 
the cost of providing a water supply and the practicability of irrigation 
in such regions 1, 007, 46 

Nevada: Measurement of the quantities of water used in irrigation at points 
throughout the State, and studies of methods of use, witn a view to se- 
curing the adoption of better methods and the use of smaller quantities 
of water 1, 532. 10 

Or^n: Studies of methods of preparing land for irrigation and of apply- 
ing water to crops, with a view to improvements in common practice; 
measurements of seep^e losses from canals, studies of methods adopted 
to check these losses, and experiments with different methods of treat- 
ii^ canals to prevent seepage; measurements of the quantities of water 
vuaed in irrigation, made m cooperation with the State for the purpose 
of determining rights to water; studies of the records of claims to water 
from certain streams of the State 4,332.18 

Texas: Furnishing expert advice regarding methods of irrigation in 
sections where irrigation was beii^ introduced; observations on effect 
of irri^tion jfith water charged with alkali; and studies of methods of 
applying water and of drainage with reference to the prevention of 
injury; experiments in irrigation in a section where it is not generally 
practiced to determine the cost of providing a water supply and the 
practicability ot irrigation 2, 401. OO 

Utah: Measurements of the quantities of water used in irrigation along 
certain streams, made in cooperation with the State engineer, for use 
in determining rights to water from those streams; expenments in sup- 
plying diSerent quantities of water to crops; in applying it at different 
stages of plant growth to determine the proper quantities to use and 
the proper times at which to apply it, made in cooperation with the 
State experiment station 112.60 

Washington: Collection of information regarding existing canals, irriga- 
tion practice, quantities of water used, methods of canal management, 
need of drainage under irrigation canals, cost of water right« and irri- 
gated lands, for the purpose of supplying such information to intend- 
u^ settlers; measurements of seeps^ losses from canals and leakage 
from flumes, and collection of infornoation regarding methods adopted 
for checking these losses 1, 630. 18 



382 BXPENDITUEES OP DEPABTMETTT OF AQBICULTURE. 

OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS— Continued. 

Wyoming: Meaaurementa of water used and collectJOD ot information aa 
to imgation practice, with a view to Becurii^ improvements in methods 
and a more economical use of water f 1, 083. 65 

21, IM. 72 
On irri^ahon exlemion. 

Stations have been established and equipped in the semiarid region to 
determine the poasibilitieB of irri^tion on the plains where stream water 
is not available in connection with dry fanning or stock laifiii^. The 
work done includes the use of flood wnte'r in sprii^, the stonige and use of 
storm water, pumping with different kinds of engines and windmills, and 
experiments m applyii^ water by different methods to determine how 
the largest use can be made of the small supplies available, 

Cheyenne, Wyo $6,517.90 

Newcastle, Wyo 3, 696, 37 

Eads, Colo 6,849.42 

— 17,062.69 

Drain AGE Invb8tigiatioh8. 

Arkansas: Ascertaining value of wet lands and outlining general plan for 
drainage; investigation of piacticability of draining prairie lands by 
roadside ditches and improving natural channels to prevent overflow; 
assisting in the initiation of actual drainage constructions by giving ad- 
vice in the formation of drain^e districts and in the adoption of the 
best plans for doing the work 1,399.57 

Caiifomia: Investigations to determine the feasibility of drainage where 
water has to be removed by pumping, and the best system for collecting , 
the water, and the best type of machinery for pumpmg the water where 

maping is necessary ■- 5, 010. 34 

rado: Investigations to determine the best methods of draining lands 
_ji the San Luis and Arkansas valleys, where excess of water resulting 
from irrigation and accumulation of alkali threaten to result in the 
abandonment of large areas once under profitable cultivation 253.25 

Florida; Investigation to determine the feasibility of draining .the Ever- 
glades; the most feasible method and probable cost, and whether lands 
when drained will be suited to agriculture 4,766.75 

Indiana: A survey of tlie Kankakee River channel and bordering areaa 
and 1^e preparation of a report outlining in detail plans for channel im- 
provements and drainiwe construction whose completion will secure the 
freer discharge of the flood waters of the river and the more complete 
drainage and reclamation of the valuable agricultural lands of the Kan< 
kakee Valley .--. 2,779.48 

Kansas: A comprehensive examination and survey of the Neosho River 
and its contiguous agricultural bottom lands sub] ect to drainage by over- 
flow for the purpose of determining the best system ot improvementa 
to be inaugurated to control the river and protect the adjoining land, 
and to estimate the probable cost of the work proposed ,.. 5,610.32 

Louieiafia: Developing plans for drainaee of an area of 15,000 acres near 
Collinston and making a general study of the possibilitiea of drainage 
throughout the low lands of the Mississippi Delta 480. 92 

Minnesota: Experiments to determine the feasibility of the use of tile 

drains in sections where severe winters obtain 488. 08 

Mississippi: Investigations to determine the feasibility and approximate 
cost of a main drainage system for 220,000 acres of land; these studies, 
includii^ a determination of the practicability of cleaning out and 
enlarging natural but inadequate drainage outlets and a comparison of 
the advantages and cost of such work with the advanti^es and coat of 
providing new artificial outlets to relieve certain sections of surplus 
water 3,262.53 

Nebraska: Investigation to determine the efficiency of tile drain in 
removing surplus water and thus assistins in the reclamation of water- 
It^ed Edkalied bottom land in the Platte River Valley 1, 276, 67 



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EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 383 

OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS-Continued. 

North Atlantic States: InvestigationB to determine the value of tidal 
marahea for agriculture and best methode of Tociaiming same, including 
detennination of syetem of diking to be adopted, methods of building 
same, melhoda oi getting rid of the interior seepage water and of bring- 
ing soil into fit condition for agriculture $831.12 

Nortn Dakota; Assisting in preparing comprehensive plans for the ade- 

Juate drainage of large areas in the Red River Valley; investigation to 
etermine the efficiency of tile drains in sections where the ground 
freezes to a depth of about 6 feet in winter 2, 009. 93 

South Carolina: Investteation of the drainage of river bottom land to 
determine whether tidal river land may be protected from the inftow of 
Kklt water and fitted for dry-land crops; examination into the conditions 
which affect the drainage of coast lands in general 5,761.78 

Tennessee: Investigation to determine the Kind and coat of improve- 
ments required tor the protection of valley lands from creek overflow, 
and probable benefits accruing to landowners 439. 83 

Texas: Devising methods of drainage by means of which Gulf coast lands 
-may be relieved of salt which has accumulated near the surface since 
irrigation began; plans for reclamation of bottom lands from overflow. . 311. 27 

Utah: Experiments and investigations to determine the possibility and 
profitableness of draining and reclaimii^ areas of land once under profit- 
able cultivation by irrigation and subsequently injured or ruined by 
the accumulation of water and alkali; experiments. to determine the 
most practicable materials available for use in constructii^ under- 
drains suitable for installation in the various soils found in different 
counties throughout the State 4, 381. 86 

Washington: Freliminary plans and estimate of cost of reclaiming 
30,000 acrefl of land by drains^e; investigation of land injured by seep- 
age and alkali and preparation of plans for their reclamation 2, 175. 96 

* 41,568.66 
On denatured alcohol as a possible fuel for producing power for pumping 
for in%ation and drainage: Tests of alcohol as a fuel for use in the usual 
types of gasoline and kerosene engines; tesis to determine engine modi- 
fications necessary for most efficient use of alcohol fuel 3,491.82 

General plannii^ and supervision of irrigation and drainage investigations 
througnout the Unitecf States; preparation of reports, drafting and other 
work on illustrations, correspondence with field agents and public, pur- 

chaseol Add instruments and accessories, etc 16,791.36 

Maintenance of headquarters for irr^tion extension work and central 

supply and rating station 3, 314. 85 

Printing of bulletins 4, 926. 33 

MiscellMieoufl. supplies, apparatus, furniture, etc 9,750.99 

Total: 

On use of water in irrigation 21, 154. 72 

On irrigation extension 17, 062. 69 

On drainage investigations 41,558.66 

On denatured alcohol as a fuel for pumping water for irrigation 3, 491. 82 

General supervision, preparation of reports, etc 17,744.04 

Maintenance of headquarters for irrigation extension work, etc 3, 314. 86 

Printing bulletins 4, 926. 33 

Miscellaneous supplies, etc 9, 750. 99 

U9, 004. 10 
Appropriation 122,200.00 

Balance 4,148.08 



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884 EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 

OFFICE OF PUBLIC ROADS. 

Report of expenditwes for the Jhcal year ended June SO, 1907, UTtder appropriatiot. 
"Salariea, Office of Public Roade, 1907, tl2,S40." 
STATUTORY 8ALABIE8. 



Name. 


Title and rate. 


Balarj. 


Amount 

StSUODOUd 

Add 
expenses. 






'11 

720:00 




Bldrldge, M. O 




















feXiVs 


t 






















do 









lint o( appropriation tl2,34aOO 

unt paid lor salaries 12,251.23 

Tended balsncfi .•- 88. J8 



Report oj expenditui 



LUMP-FUND SALARIES. 



Name. 


™^„.. 


pald^or 


paid lor 


/n Waahinglim. 
CQSlmian,A.8 


Assistant director, at 12,401) per anniim and tS 


2,000.00 
1,800.00 
1,600.00 

1,208.00 

i,js2.oa 

I'il 

1,352.96 

i;200,00 

M.00 
660.00 

ii 

300.00 

ii 

000.00 

470.00 


^^ 


a^-I;!:.":;-.!:::::::::::; 












JunlOT aa^atant engineer, at »,0(>I) and 11,200. 
Expert road-roller operator, at tlOO per month 
and S3.«a per diem. 














Aatiatant,atI1,35apeTanimiandU.ttperi^em 


&S.<9 








Hsrriaoa.C.T 


Koad expert, at 1126 per moath and t4.90 per 

diem. . 
Boad expert , at tl.SSO per annrnn and (4.10 per 


80.30 




160 06 




















H«dk,B.F 


avll enltneer student, at MO '^r month, and 
Jonlor BSBlatant highway engineer, at 11,000 

avll engineer atudent, at JSO per month 


S4.se 




























s.io 


JfBtson KM..Jr 


^t«°S'X™"'.™'"***^""°""' 


















UnaklUeklatSi^;ai"ii6Vriiiath"iiid"»66 
l^^i^?biy, at »3flO per annui and f40 per 














H8K.10 











EXPENDITURES l)F DEPARTMEXT OF AGRICULTURE. 385 

OFFICE OF PUBLIC ROADS— Continued. 



! ', Name. 


„,....„„. 


Amount 
paid for 
^salary. 


and add 


OntofWathineton. 


Special agent and oonaulting engineer, at tS 


Il,«2.00 

ii 

les-oo 

i; 106. 60 
Me. 30 
^30 

i;(Be.50 

32^00 
43.33 
11.67 

805.58 


































RoadBipert, at I12S par month and M.90 per 
















„.».«.„,«»,. • 




WUbert ADdtew 




K^r,J.H^]r 


Expert road roller operator, at C.SOperillem... 






Junior aeslatant ffliglneer, at tti per monlli 
















Civil ensineer etudent, at ISO per month, and 
junior aaaiBWnt highway engineer, at 11,000 










10,635.48 











Report of fxpendiWres for Iht Jiteal ytar ended Jvne . 
" Publie Toad inqvirifS, 1S07. 157.660"- 



Num. Amount. 


Nam.. 


Amount. 


Andrews Paper Co.. R. P 

Ballantyne, R.Carter 

Brentano's (Incorporated) 


6-00 
JOS. 50 

4! OS 

II 




t^ 
















Morrison Paper Co.. E 
















sSS^idt Fsn^::;::;:::::::::::::: 

Bwayie, W. L 


ErgoodiCo.,J.C 


2i.^ 






United States Em-elope Ca 






















404.80 












MlartUanc<m! itippUel. at. 
Allen ManuJartuf lug Co., W. D 


2-40 

5.62 

276.00 

3.00 
26.72 

8.40 
1603 
150.00 
15.00 

I 


Hotel Red Book and Directory Co. . . 
Hoock,S,D 


1.S3 


^JJ^Westt,™ Co^(Ltmlted) 


Iroquois Iron Woris 

iJSSTffiaS.-c';::;:::::::::: 
arse's' f°"."r.".v.; 

King.W.L 

lyarab 4 TUdaa 


"SS 










■"JCtKi":.':::::;:::;:::;::::: 


JS 






S. Doc. 425. 60-1 ^a 













386 EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, 

OFFICE OF PUBLIC ROADS— Continued. 
Report of expendilwei for the fitcal year fndtd June SO, 1907, under appropriation 



Name. 


Amount. 


Name. 

TilephoiK. 
Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone 


Am..... 




75:00 
35.00 

II 

112. 10 

5! 00 
1LS4 








SSSr^'S'"".""."'":'.':?:::::- 


















Might i Plck'ord, C. B. 4 T. 11 








National Electrical Supply Co. 


T tal 








Qaa and eltrlrlcily. 




















Total 

Bater & Adamson ChemloaJ Co 






3' 

1! 


m 
so 

50 

m 

60 
50 

no 




















Smith Premier Typewriter Co 








1.25 

si 












Oilman. Z.D 








8:^irS?:'J^E:::::;::::;:::;:::: 
















Total 


8.053.08 


Sheeti, W. Silas 

ThomasCo, A. H 

Whltau, Tatum Co 


es.on 








11 










Travtl and sUf ton and fitld ejpcniea. 












Yawman 4 Erbe ManiJkcCuiii^ Co. 


S2.00 




132-87 












FTfigkt. 


39.35 


Curiunan.A.8 


31ILS8 








an"s;,?ffi,«SiS...,, 




S4.a» 












Nortolk ftDd Wealom Hwy. Co 

PeonBvlvaDla R, R, Co 

Port Huron Kn^neand ThrmherCo 

Southern RwyTCo 

Washington Sauthem Rwy. Co 


J 


60 
07 


Halre, B. 


141. « 


I ddel, B. F 


84. W 


Hulbeit, A. B 






«7.71 










Eipreit. 


.17.57 










Mercaaer.L 






















TtkgrajA. 


18.35 
70.21 




177.7* 




iS^i;:j;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; 






5S.»4 


Total 


«"•*« 


252. SB 
6.10 



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OFFICE OF PUBLIC ROADS— Continued. 



Name. 


„.-: 


Name. 


„..«. 


Trawl ana smi<m and field fxptnaes— 


73: as 


Wonnley, P, L., Jr 
















' 



CONTRACTS. 
lExpenditureBbereunderare also distributed e 



— Continued. 

rolng groups.] 



Contrmor. 




Nature 


t contract. 


^^■S«f 


Iroquoia Iron Worts . . . , 

Port Horon En^ and Thresher Co. 

HiSit and PIclifoid 

Oeoige H. Dierliophand wife. Win, H. 
Saunders & Co., agents. 


Lease 

■LiE 

Lease! 
do 


1186.09 


■itabieV-'^;;:: 

f building 




87:50 

62S.66 
1,253.31 













Statutory salaries.... 

Lomp-hind salaries: 
In Washington- -- 
OutsideoTWashii 

Statlamry. . . 



UiBcellaneoos supplies and sc 



ws, equipment, bitoks, Tnachinery, e 



Telcgnph 

TBlephone 

Eeni. ,■, . . 

Oasimd etoctridty 

Apparatus, Instruments, and laboratory material . . 
Travel and station aud field expenses 



Total lor entire Office of Public Roads.. 

Total eipendltorea under above groups 

Uueipended balance on September 30, 11 
Outstanding liabilities (estimated) 



404. 8C 
8,053.08 
132. S7 
48T.74 
S4.71 
88.50 

31. eo 



\t In Treaaury (estl)iiat«d)... 



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EXPENDITURES OF DEPARTMENT QF AGRICULTTJBE. 

OFFICE OF PUBLIC ROADS— Continued. 



The principal projects conducted by the Office o£ Public Roads durijig the fiscal 
year ended June 30, 1907, were as follows, with approximate coat in each case. The 
coat of these projects haa also been chai^d in each case againet the group to which it 

"' ' ' \eB8on roi 

of 200,711 square y - „ , ^ t--r- 

metbods of construction of macadam, gtavel, snell, earth, and sand-clay: 
the cost was 115,349.86 for salariee, $2,250.31 for traveling expenses, and 
$2,395 for freight, supplies, and miscellaneous expenses — a total of $19, 995.07 

Instruction in liighway engineering: Under this project graduates of 
engineering schools are appointed after a competitive examination to 
the position of civil-engineer student for a penod of one year, during 
whicn they receive special training in highway eMJneerii^, at the 
same timerenderingBervice to the Office; this project also covers lectures 
at colleges; durii^ the past year six of these studente were appointed at 
$600 per annum; the cost was $3,494.99 for-aalaries, fl, 298.39 for ex- 
penses—a total of 4. 793. 38 

Testing road materials: During the past year 405 samples of road material 
were received from 41 States, Canada and England, and teata were 
made to determine their suitability for use in the construction of roads; 
the cost was $4,583.41 for salaries, $288.93 for supplies and miscellaneous 

a total of 4, 872. 34 

^1, reveniiea, and expenditures in 1904; During the past two 

years the Office has been conductii^ an investigation to ascertain the 



exper 
load m 

total road mileage in each of the States by counties, the percentage of 
roads improved, the revenues available for road work, and the total 
expenditures for such purposes during the year 1904; thia project was 
completed at the close of the last fiscal year; the coat was $4,283.49 for 
salaries, $152.12 for expenses — a total of 4,4 

Lectures, addresses, and papers: Abont 150 lectures were given through- 
out the United States on various subjects connected with road buildii^; 
this work coat $1,845.82 for salaries, $1,810.71 for espenaes— a total of. . 3, fl 

Special advice and inspection: Thia project covers all cases where road 
problems are personally investigated by representatives of thia Office; 
about 40 assignments of this' character were made durii^ the last year; 
the cost was $1,289.16 for aalaries, and $909.52 for expenses— a total of. . 2, ] 

Investigation of dust preventives: The general use of motor vehicles is 
proving destructive to macadam roads, except in the few instances 
where the roads have been treated in such manner as to prevent the 
formation of dust; an investigation has been conducted by this Office 
in the form of field and laboratory experiments with all Itnown mate- 
rials, which might prove suitable (or this purpose, and all available 
information was secured as to the methods beii^ followed in European 
countries; the cost was $1,222.20 for salaries, $236.51 for traveling ex- 
penses, $331.70 for materisds and miscellaneous expenses — a total of — 1, i 

Inspection of rural-delivery roads: The Post-Office Department from 
time to time forwards to this Office a list of rural-route roads which 
are in bad condition; application forms and information are sent to the 
postmaater in charge of the bad roads complained of, and, when request 
la received at this Office, experts are sent to give advice and assistance 
necessary to enable local authorities to improve the roads; during the 
year such inspection and advice were given at eighteen places in eight 
States; the cost was $636.27 for salaries, $339,59 for expense— a total of. . i 

Standajdization of tests: A new impact machine was completed for test- , 
ing the toughness of road-building rock, and specifications for deter- 
ramii^ the toughness of rocks were submitted to the American Society 
for Testing Materials and adopted: work waa conducted with a view to 
standardizing all road-material teats; the cost for salariea was 'i 

Classification of ro£id materials; A definite stage was reached in this proj- 
ect and a bulletin issued establishing the correlation of the physical 
properties and mineral composition of road materials; the cost for 
salaries was ' 



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OFFICE OP PUBLIC ROADS— ContlDued. 

Cooperation with Forest Service: An engineer of this Office made a thor- 
ough inspection of roade and trails in the Yellowstone Forest Reserve 
aaa submitted a report containinK recommendations aad estimates for 
a ayetem of roads and trails in that reserve; the coat was f441,67 for 
salary, {368.85 for expenses— a total of J810. 52 

Investigation' of road materials in the several States: An inveet^tion 
begun in Minnesota in January, 1907, was nearly completed at the 
close of the fiscal year; the cost was $112 for salary, $18.70 for ex- 
penses — a total of 130. 70 

Introduction of model systems of road construction, maintenance, and 
administration: Under this project an engineer is asskned to investigate 
roads, road materials, equipment, organization, administration, and 
draw up a report and working plan to seem* the best possible results 
for future work; such investigation was completed in Santa Barbara 
County, Cal., a little after the close of the fiscal year, and a somewhat 
similar investigation was coinpleted in McDowell County, ly, Va. ; the 
coat was $250.83 for salaries, $161.25 for expenses— a total of 412.08 

Corrosion of iron and steel: An investigation conducted by Dr. A. S. Cush- 
man to ascertain the causes for the corrosion of iron and steel has been 
remarkably Bucceeaful; he demonstrated that the generally accepted 
theories regarding the oxidation of iron and steel are mcorrect, and that 
by coating the surface oi these metals with a strong oxidizing i^nt the 
rUBtii^ can be prevented; the importance of this discovery can not be 
overestimated; the cost was $799 for salary, $17.23 for expenaea — a 
total of , 816, 23 

The decomposition of rocks under the action of water: The atudv of the 
decomposing action of water on finely-ground rocks conducted by Doc- 
tor Cuahman has also led to valuable results; the fact has been devel- 
oped that a better bonded surface can 1}e obtained by mixing rocka, 
such as limestones, with the more siliceous crystalline rocks; a method 
has been developed for extiactii^ potash from feldspathic rocks; the 
cost was $1,108.33 for salary 1, 108. 33 

Concrete and cement: The inveetigations under this project have been 
conducted at a cost for salaries of 278. 00 

History of road building : A history of road building has been completed 
tor publication at a cost for salary of 344.00 

Bibliography: A bibliography on every phase of the road subject in every 
countrj' in the world is very nearly completed; the cost for salary the 
past year was 220.55 

Bulletin, macadam roads: A thoroughly practical and reliable bulletin 
was published at a cost for salary of $140 with expenses of $29.85 — total 
of 169.85 

Split-log dr^: The introduction of the split-log drag for the maintenance 
of earth roads and the preparation of a ouUetin on the subject cost, dur- 
ing the past year, for salary $198, for expenses $94.80— a total of 292. 80 

Digest of road laws: This work is very nearly complete; the cost for the 
past year was for salary 150.00 



Geological survey: A cooperative plan was entered into with the Geolc^- 
ical Survey whereby this Office was to indicate the various classes of 
roads on the topographic maps; very little work was done under this 



project; the total cost for salaty having been.. 

Executive and administrative: Salaries 3,481.67 

Eoutine office work: Salaries 5,272.24 

Editorial and library: 

Salary , 1,200.C» 

Quarters. 2, 744. 97 

Machine shop 800.00 

Pennanent equipment 7,700,00 

Total ,• 69,670.00 



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390 EXPENDITUHES OF DEPARTMENT OP AGBIGULTURE, 

RECAPITULATION OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE DEPARTUENT OF AGHICULTTJKE. 

Statutory salarleg j. .- $1,013,256.77 

In Washilit 



'ashington. 
itde ollVajih 

JtlMBllftDBoaB supplies uid ee 



Famltim. . . 
Fuel 



B, equipment, books, miicbiiier;, eta.. 



QasBiid electricity 

Pr^tiog and binding. . . 
Trarel and statloil and 



I, nod laboratory matei 



iriatlons lor Department ol Agriculture . . 



11,916.70 

111 mis 



1M,072.G3 
728,358.39 

», 282, 071 70 



le balance on June 30 



payments to crsdlt ol appropriations 



k in Treasury (estimated) 

acts for anraud fupplkg/or the Department of Agricidlw 
CONTRACTS. 





are also distributed among tbe foregoing groups.] 




Contr«tOC. 


„„>„...,„.. 


Approil- 


Allen Maaufacturing Co., W.D 






















Andrevs Paper Co., H. P 

Anchor Lamp Co 


















Ballantynn, R. Carter 




2,000.00 



£& Lomb Optical Co.. 



I., E. .- Electrteai 



jsiDoas a VO-, ■!<-. j - v.urHHiiB 

Ctrter^oBA Co i Stationery supplies. 

Cbrk, DaveiQMjrt & Co FumltarB.eto 

" ■"--». &Co Cleaning carpets 



.' Stationery supplies. 



Demilaon Manutacti^ng Co — _.- 

Denamon 'rrpevriter Co ' Stationery supplies, etc.. 

Diatrlot of Columbia Paper Manufae- I Stationery supplies. ...... 

turing Co. I 

Eagle Pencil Co do 

Elliott & Co., James I Miscellaneous supplies 

Empire Staam Laundry Washing towels 

EiHood Co., J. C I Miscellaneous supplies. 

|»TrbanksCo Plumbers' material 



Flint & Walling Manutacturias Co. . . 



Instrmnente, i 



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General eontraetifor annual nippliet/or the Department of Agriculfv-re — Continued. 

CONTRACTS --Continned. 



Oilman, Z. D 

GrayASona PeWr 

QruTunes It Boat. L. F... 



OreiiierCo.,Einll.. 



1. Henry J 

Hflla^lCo., P-H 

Hartls. Louis 

Hinr.Osnkl 

Hoeke, Wm. H 

Hop- i McDow»ll Co 

Holcomb^Uanu^cturins Co., J. 1 



: Printing and llthoRiapMng 

. Laboratory matenal 

. Tetegrsph and hardware material... 

. StatToDery supplies 

.1 Laboratory materials 



.1 ImplementB, seeds 

.1 TelegTaph and hardwan 

. Furniture, etc 



Holtier Cabot Electric? 



il Seal and Lock Co... 



. Car seals. 



Johnson & Co.. Eneu | 

Lamh&Tilden i 

LambieCo., Jas. B ■. 

LansburKh 4 Bro 

I.ansbuigh I-umlture and Carpet i 



Stationery supplies 

Mincellaneoue supplies. . 
Jumlturp. carpets, Ptc.. 
■ry BUppllra 






MackallBroB.. 



r ACo.,Geo.W 

■ftlliod Rubber Co.... 
,rch Typewriter Co. . . 



Uarphy, R 
McCuhbin I 



. PlumberB' material.... 
Stationery supplies 

. Miscellaneous supplies . . 



Nation^ Elsctrical Supply Co. . . 

Nawrath./. P 

Oknnitf Co. {Limited) 

OIlvKr Typewriter Co 

Parker. D. Frank 

PhiladPlpWa Thermometer Co . . 
Pratt Manatacturfntc Co., Wm. I 
Qu(«i A Co. (incorporatPd) 



.{ Telegraph and hardware mat^ial... 

. Stanoncry suppllca... 

. ' Teiecraph and hardware nmterl»l.. . 
-i StatloQcry supplies 



Remington Typewriter Co 

Roys I Typewriter Co 

Relliv, Hugh 

RDdolpb A- W«t Co 

Rrhmliit. Fred A 

Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co., L. C . 

ShaterACo 

Smith Premier Typewriter Co 

Routhem Printen Supply Co 



■ Instruments, towers, 
; Electrical supplies.... 
Stationery supplies . . 



I Painters' material 

I HUcellaneous supplies. 



Stationery supplier 

Plumbers' material 

Stationery supplies 

Printing and llttiographing. . 



Thomas Co., A. H 

Topham, Jas. 8 

Turton, J. Ednard 

Underwood Typewriter Co . . . 

Valley Paper Co 

Watarbury Battery Co 

Wlwand. Martin 

Whftall Tatum Co 

Wldman4Co.,C. D 

Woodward * l^throp 

ZcliCo..Wiii.J 



Plumbers' material. 



Stationery supplies 

Lumber and pacldng bojies. . . 
Laboratory materials 



Electrical suppliee... 
Lumber and p— " — 
Laboratory m 



isaoo 

100.00 

i,ooaoo 

5,soaao 

T,aio.oo 

ax 00 

280.00 
1,800.00 

eoo-oo 

l!500.00 

2,5oaoo 

.■iOD.OO 

000.00 



2,000. OC 

1,200. oc 
s. 000. on 



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ESTIMATES OF EXl^ENDITLRE 

FOR 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 



IQOO 



UBTTEK FROM THE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE, 
TRANSMITTING, PURSUANT TO LAW, CLASSI- 
FIED AND DETAILED ESTIMATES OF EVERY 
SUBJECT OF EXPENDITURE INTENDED 
FOR THE DEPARTMENT FOR THE 
NEXT FISCAL YEAR 



WASHINGTON 
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 



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Dbpabthbnt of Aqrioulturb, 

Office or the Secketaht, 

WasUngion, D. 0., April 8, 1908. 
Sib: Aa required by act of March 4, 1907 (Statutes at Large 34, 
p. 1282), I have the honor to transmit herewith classified and detailed 
estimates of every subject of expenditure intended for the Depart- 
ment of A^culture for the next fiscal year and detailed reports of 
all expenditures under any appropriation for such service durii^ the 
fiscal year ended June 30, 1907. 

Very respectfully, Jahes Wilson, 

Secretary. 
The President of the Senatb. 

Note. — The detailed raporta of expenditures during the fiacal year ended June 30, 
1907, referred to in the foregoing letter of traDsmittal, ue printed in Senate document 
No. 426, Sixtieth Congreee. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS. 

0£Sce of Uie Secretary 6 

Weather Bureau 

Bureau of Animal InduBtrjr „..; 18 

Bureau of Plant Industry (mcluding buildings, Department of Agriculture) ... 22 

Forest Service 52 

Bureau of Chemistry 64 

Bureau of Soils 71 

Buteaa of Entomology .' 83 

Bureau of Biol<^cal Survey 89 

Division of Accounts and Disbuisemento 92 

Division of Publications 94 

Bureau (rf Statistics 96 

Library 102 

Office of chief clerk (contingent expensea, Department of Agriculture) 104 

Office of Experiment Stations 104 

Office of Public Roads IIS 

Becapitulation 120 



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DEPARTMENT OP AQRICTTLTnRB. 

OlatHftd and detaOed uHiruOet of every «uM«d of txpenditure inttndtdfi/r &e Ihpart- 
N, ment of AgriaiituTefor thefiteal year ending June SO, 1909, 

OrFICE 07 THE 8E0BETABY. 
[Balula, Deputment cd Asilealtiira, Office of tlie SecnUir— USt 320.] 

Secretary ol Agriculture |12, 000. 00 

Aseistant Secretary of A^cultuie, $5,000; and the Aanatant Secretuy ia 
hereby autborized to perforni bucIi dutdee m the conduct of the buaiueai 
of the Department of Agriculture as may be sasigiied by the Secretary of 

Agriculture 5,000.00 

Solicitor (increase of 11,000 Bubmittod) 4,500.00 

Chief clerk, |2,500 (and $500 additional rabmitted as cuBtodiao of build- 

inga) 3,000.00 

Private secretary to the Secretaiy of Agriculture 2, 600. 00 

Et«nc«rapher and executive clerk to the Secretary of Agriculture (iocrease 

of (200 Bubniitted) 2,200.00 

Private secretary to tlie AasiBtant Secretary ol Agriculture 1,600.00 

Stflnographer to the Aadstant Secretary of Agriculture 1,400.00 

One appointment clerk (increase of $200 submitted) 2,200.00 

One chief of supply division 2,000.00 

One inspector 2, 000. 00 

One telegraph and telephone operator 1,400.00 

One telegraph and telephone operator 1,200.00 

One clerk of class 4 1,800.00 

Three cierka of cIbbb 3 4, 800. 00 

Five clerks of class 2 (transfer of 2 from lump-fund roll of Forest Service 
and one from lump-fund roll of Bureau of Animal Industry, and a de- 
crease of 1 by trantier from roll of the Secretary's office to the Division of 

AccDuntfi, making a net increase of 2 submitted) 7,000.00 

Seven clerks of class 1 8, 400. 00 

Five clerks, at J1,000 each (increase of 3 submitted by transfer from the 
lump-fund rollof the Bureau of Animal Industry and the statutory rolls 

of the Forest Service and Bureau of Statistical 6,000.00 

Two clerks, at 1900 each (increase of 1 submitted, by transfer from the lump- 
fund roll of the Bureau of Plant Industry) 1,800.00 

One clerk : 840.00 

Six clerks, or laborera, at $720 each 4,320.00 

One chief engineer, who shall be captain <j the watdh 1,600.00 

One assistant engineer (submitted) 1,100.00 

NoTB. — One fireman, who shall be a steam fitter, at $900, has b«en 
dropped. 

Two assistant engineeiB, at $1,000 each (submitted) 2,000.00 

Four firemen, at $730 each (submitted) 2,880.00 

NoTB.^Tbree assistant firemen, at $720 each, and one aBsistant fireman, 
at $600, have been dropped. 

Four elevator conductors at $720 each (submitted) 2,880.00 

One cabinetmaker (submitted) 1,100.00 

Onecarpentw 1,000.00 

One electrician 1,000.00 

One painter 900.00 

One paint«r 720. 00 

One plumber 900. 00 

One blackamith 840.00 

One lieutenant of the watch 1,000.00 

Sixteen watchmen, at $720 each (in lieu df 13 night watchmen, and 2 day 
watchmen, at $720 each dnmped at this pla^ on the toll, and aa in- 
crease of 1 submitted) 11,620.00 

One mechanic 1,100.00 

Srren daks vrnweiiKeB,*! $840 eMdt (,880.00 



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6 BSTUUrBS FOB DBPABTHBITT OF ACmiCniLTnBB, lOOB. 

OFTICX or THS BECBSTABY-ContliUMd. 

Two anistant menengen, at 1720 each fl,440.(IO 

Two aadstant mcoseDgen, at $600 each 1,200.00 

One aeButant measengcr 480.00 

One aMlled laborer 840.00 

One skilled laborer 720.00 

One Bkilled laborer 660.00 

Thiee ekilled laboreiB, at 1600 each 1,800.00 

One •killed laborer 480.00 

NoTB. — One aanetant menenger or laborw, at (600, dropped. 

One laborer 600.00 

Eleven laborers or charromen, at f480 each 8, 280, 00 

One cbarwoman 540.00 

Five charwomen, at f 240 eadi 1,200.00 

For extra laborera, emergency employments, and pay of rents 7, 600, 00 

Total amount Mtimated 134,220,00 

NoTB,^There is an increaae in the salMv of 1 solicitOT from fS^SOO to 
(4,600, to make it conform to the salariea paid to solicitors in othv Depart- 
mente; 1 chief clerk, from |2 500 to $3,000, being an increase of $500 t^ 
servicee «s custodian of building, which ia the came amount Its paid to 
custodians of buildings in other Departments; 1 stenographer and execu- 
tive clerk to the Secretary of Agriculture, from $2,000 to |2 200, and 1 
appointment clerk from $2,000 to $2,200; total promotions, $1,1)00. 

The ft)lIo«ii^ places have been added bv transfer from the rolls of other 
bureaus, and tke amounts have been deducted from the appropriations 
of those bureaus, viz: Two clerks class 2; 3 clerks, at $1,000 eatm, and 1 
clerk, at $900; total transfere, $6,700. One cabinetmaker, at $1,100, has 
also been transferred from the "emergency roll" of the Secretary's office, 
at the same salary, but the appropriation has not been reduc^l, as the 
entire amount willoe needed: therefore it ia a new place at $1,100, 

In rearranging the force of engineers, firemen, and watchmen for the 
new buildings, me following changes have been made, viz: One assistant 
engineer, at $1,100; 2 assistant engineers, at $1,000 each; 4 elevator con- 
ductors, at $720 each; 4 firemen, at $720 each, and one watchman, at $720, 
have been added, aggregating $9,580, and 1 fireman, who shall be steam 
fitter, at $900, 3 assistant firemen, at $720 each; 1 assistant fireman, at 
$600, and one assistant messenger or laborer at $6tX) have been dropped, 

S aggregating $4,260, or a net increase of $5,320. To offset this the f oUowing 
laces have been omitted from the rolls of the several bureaus which will 
e assigned quarters in the new buildings, and the appropriations of these 
bureaus have been reduced accordin^y, viz: Two watchmen, at |720 
each, and 1 watchman, at $600, in the Bureau of Plant Industry; 1 mes- 
sen^, acting as fireman, $840; 1 fireman, at $720; 1 messenger, at $720, 
actmg as watchman, and 1 skilled laborer, at $720, acting ae watchman, 
in the Bureau of Animal Industry; and 1 fireman, at $8&, and 2 watch- 
men, at $720 each, in the Bureau of Soils, aggregating $7,320, making a 
net reduction in force of $2,000 by removal to new buildings. Considenng 
all the above increases in connection with the decreases made in the 
appropriations of the several bureaus, there ii a net increase in the Secre- 
taiy's roll of only $1,000, as follows: 

Promotions on Secretary's roll 91,800.00 

Cabinetmaker (new plaice) on Secretary's roll 1,100.00 

Transfer of clerks from bureaus 6,700,00 

Watchmen and firemen added to Secrota^'s rcJl 9,560.00 

Total 19,280.00 

Decrease of watchmen and firemen on rolls of several bureaus. $7, 320. 00 

Decrease of clerks on rolls of several bureaus 6,700.00 

Places dropped from Secretary's roll 4,260.00 

18,280.00 

Net increase. 1.000.00 

NoTx,— A slight rearrangement has been made in the above roll •■ i» 
^u^ laborers, charwomen, assistant messengers, etc., for the purpoM a(~ i 

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B8TIUATB8 70B DSPASTMBBI OW AOBIOTnJIUUt, IMM. 7 

OFVIOB OT THE SEOBBTlBT—CentlnOHl. 

Amount of ftbove appropriation for fiscal year 1007 (including (1,300 for 
increaae in salary of Secretary o( Agriculture) $114, 500. 00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiBcal yew 1908 (increase of KTM)., 119,200.00 

Amount estimated tor fiscal year 1909 (apparent increase of {15,020) 134,220 00 

The above force will perform the fallowing duties: 

Adminiatrative and executive: 

Secretary of Agriculture $12,000.00 

Assistant Secretary of Agriculture.,.,... 5,000.00 

Chief clerk of De[«irtment 3,000.00 

Private secretary to Secretary of Agricultoie 2,500.00 

Private secretary to Assistant Secretary of Agricullure... 1,600.00 

Stenographer and executive clerk 2,200.00 

Stenograpter to Assistant Secretary 1,400.00 

One inspector 2, 000. 00 

One clerk, claas 3 1,600.00 

Two mtfsengera, at $S40 each 1, 680. 00 

One laborer 720.00 

33,700.00 

Office of Solicitor: 

One solicitor $4,500.00 

Two cleris, class 2 2,800.00 

Two clerks, claas 1 2,400.00 

(Lump-fund appropriations.) 

One clerk, class 1 (from Bureau of Plant Industry) 1,200.00 

Two clert^, class 4 (one from Bureau of Animal Industry 

and other from Bureau of Chemtstey) 3,600.00 

One mesenger 480.00 

14,880.00 

Appointment Division: 

One appointment clerk J2, 200, 00 

One clerk, class 4 1,800.00 

Two clerks, class 3 3,200.00 

Two clerkB, clasB 1 2,400.00 

One clerk 1,000.00 

Onederk 900.00 

One clerk 720.00 

One messenger 840.00 

One assistant messenger 720.00 

One assistant messenger 600.00 

One assistant meawnger 480.00 

14,860.00 

Supply Division: 

One chief of supply division $2,000.00 

One derk, class 2 1,400.00 

One clerk, class 1 1,200.00 

Onederk 1,000.00 

One messenger 840.00 

OneUborer 480.00 

6,920.00 

File room: 

Two clerks, dasB 2 $2,800.00 

One clerk, claee 1 1,200.00 

Onederk 840.00 

Two clerks, at $1,000 each 2,000.00 

Onederk 720.00 

7,660.00 

Telegraph and telephone section: 

One telegraph and tdephone operator $1,400.00 

One telegraph and telephone operator 1,200.00 

OneUborer 720.00 

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OFTICK Of TEB BEOBETASY— Contlimed. 



En^neen, Tatchmeii, menengen, Uboren, charwomen, el 
for heatiDK and lighting, meoBengei irork, and caie and p. 
ervation ai the Department building and grounds: 



One chief engineer $1,600.00 

One anistant engineer 1,100.00 

Two aaaialant engineers, at $1,000 each 2,000.00 

Four firanen, at J720 eacb 2,880.00 

Four devator conductors, at 1720 each 2,880.00 

One electridau 1,000.00 

Sixteen watchmen, atf720each 11,520.00 

Three skilled laboran, at $600eacli 1,800.00 

One skilled laborer 840.00 

One skilled laborer 480.00 

One aadBtant meeaenger, at 1600 „ 600.00 

One lieutenant of the watch 1,000,00 

One laborer 600.00 

Ten laboreia, at 9480 each 4,800.00 

One charwoman \ 540.00 

Five charwomes, at 9240 each 1,200.00 

984,840.00 

Poet-office: 

One cleA, cU«B 1 91,200.00 

OnecleA 1,000.00 

One skilled labora 660.00 

One cleric 720.00 

8,680.00 

Bubber-atamp section: 

One mechanic $1,100.00 

One skilled laborer 720,00 

1,820.00 

Carpenter shop: 

One cabinetmaker 91,100,00 

Onecarpenttt 1,000.00 

2,100.00 

numbing shop: 

Oneplimiber 900.00 

^int shop: 

One painter 9900.00 

One painter 720.00 

1,620.00 

Bladcsmith abop: 

One blacksmith 840.00 

fiUUe: 

One meesenger 9840.00 

One aamatant messenger 720.00 

1.660.00 

Reserve force fat detail to the various sections of the 6ecTe> 
tary's office in casee of nckness and leaves of absence, and 
to the various bureaus of the Department in casee of emer^ 
gency: 

OnedOTk 9900.00 

Onederk 720.00 

Two meneng^s, at 9840 each 1,680.00 

8,300.00 

Exba laborecB, emergency emi^ojment, and pay of mla 7,600.00 

TWil 199,600.00 

NoTB. — Of the above, Hie foQowing will be detafled to the office of the 
solicitor from lump-fund appropriations: 

Two clerks, dan 4 (one from Bureau of Animal Industry 

and other from Bureau of Cfaeroistry) 99,600.00 

One derk, class 1 (from Bureau of Pkmt Industry) 1, 200.00 

One messenger 480.00 

6,280.00 

134,220.00 



bstiua3:eb fob department OV AQBIOULTUBE, 1909. 9 

wbatheb bitbeau. 
[SaUrlM, MBm of CUet of Westhei Boieui— 1202^0.] 

One chief <rf buiean 95, 000. 00 

One aasisUnt chief o( bmeku 3, 000. 00 

One chief clerk 2,260.00 

Pour chiefa o£ division, att2,000eacli 8,000.00 

One libiariftn and climatologiat 2,000.00 

Six clerks, class 4 10,800.00 

Seven clerks, class 3 (increase of 1 aabmitted) 11,200.00 

Eighteen derkfl, cUm 2 26,200.00 

Twenty-seven clerks, class 1 (increaae of 1 aubmittrd) 32, 400. 00 

Eighteen clecka, at 91,000 each (increase of 1 submitted) 18, 000.00 

Nine derka, at $900 each 8,100.00 

Four copyists or typewriters, at SS40 each 3,360.00 

One copyist or typewriter 720.00 

Two assistant foremen of division, at $1,600 each 3,200.00 

One proof reader 1,400.00 

One chief mechanic 1,400.00 

One lithographer 1,300.00 

Three lithographen), at $1,200 each 3,600.00 

Two pressmen, at |1,2G0 each 2,500.00 

Ten compositoTe. at $1,250 each 12, 500. 00 

One skilled mechanic 1,200.00 

Six skilled mechanics, at $1,000 esi^ (increase of 1 sub- 
mitted) 6,000.00 

One engineer 1,200.00 

One captain of the watch 1,000.00 

One electrician 1,000.00 

Six (ikiUed artisans, at ISti) each 6,040.00 

Five messengen or laborers, at $720 each 3,600.00 

Three firemen, at $720 each 2, 160. 00 

Four watchmen, at $720 each (increase of 1 submitted) 2, 8S0. 00 

Five foldeifl and feeders, at $720 each 3,600,00 

Three folders and feeders, at $630 each 1,890.00 

Six measengers or laborers, at $660 each 3, 960. 00 

Thirteen meeaengetB, meoBengei boys, or laborers, at $600 

each 7,800.00 

Four mewengeiB, messenger boys, or laborers, at {480 each. . 1, 920. 00 
Five messengers, messenger boys, or laborera, at $460 each , , 2, 260. 00 

One charwoman 360.00 

Three charwomen, at $240 each 720.00 

Total amount estimated $202,610.00 

Note.— One derk of class 3, 1 clerk of class 1, 1 derk at $1,000, 
1 skilled mechanic at $1,000, and 1 watchman at $720 have been added. 
Total increase, $6,620. 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1907 $194, 690. 00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (in- 
crease of $2,300) 196,990.00 

Amount estimated for fiscal year 1909 (increase of $6,520). 202, 510. 00 
All of the above-named employees will be on duty in Washingtoa 
and employed in the various divisions and sections as followa; 
Accounts Division — Charee of the accounts of the Weather 
Bureau, including the leasing of offices and the construc- 
tion and repair of buildings outside of Washington: 
•"OneasoBtantchief.Divisionof Accounts.. $2,500.00 

Two derks, at $1,600 each 3,200.00 

Two derks, at $1,400 each 2,800.00 

*Onedert 1.400.00 

Four derks, at $1,200 each 4, 800. 00 

Two derks, at $1,000 each 2,000.00 

Two derks, at $900 each I,80a00 

One copyist 840.00 

One moBPOiigw 66a 00 

$20.ooaoo,- I 

^, Liooqie 

^ See ilmllar mleioicM im page 12. ^ 



10 bshmates vob depabtmeni or AQitioni/riiKB, isoo. 

WEATHER BOBEAD-Oontinaea. 
Administrntioiv ; 

One Chief of Bureau |5, 000. 00 

One Assistant Chief of Bureau 3,000.00 

One chief clerk 2, 250. 00 

Onederk 1,800.00 

Two clerks, at <1,600 each 8,200.00 

Onederk I,40a00 

Four derkB, at $1,200 each 4,800.00 

Onederk 1,000.00 

One copyist 840.00 

Onemenenger 600.00 

One meeeeDger 450.00 

124,340.00 

ClimatoI<^cal Divinon— Supervision of the obeervatlonB 
taken by cooperative observera located in nearly every 
countv m the United Statea, the printin of the climatic 
data that are collected , and the coUection°and distribution 
of special observations made in the cotton, com, vheat, 
and fruit sections of the United Statoe during Hie crop- 
growing season: 

•One chief of dividon $2, 7B0. 00 

Onederk 1,800.00 

Onederk 1,600.00 

Onederk..: 1,400.00 

Onederk 1,200.00 

Two clerks, at 1,000 each 2,000.00 

Onederk 900.00 

One messenger 660.00 

12, 310. W 

Editorial Work— The pieptuatioD (rf the Monthly Weather 

Review, which contains the weather recoros for the 
United States for the mootii for which it is ismied,_ and ~ 
special contributions periAuiing to meteorologicBl subjects: 

*One profefBor of meteorology (3,000.00 

One clerk 1,200.00 

4,200.00 

Forecast Division — Supervision of the forecast and warning 

work of the entire Bureau: 
•One profemor of meteorology, in diarge of 

division fS, 000. 00 

•One proteaaor of meteorology, who ia fore- 
caster and in charge of river and flood work. 3, 000. 00 
*One professor of metecvology, who is fore- 
caster and compiler 3,000.00 

Two derks, at $1 ,400 each 2, 800. 00 

Three clerks, at $1,200 eadi 3,600.00 

Three clerks, at $1,000 each 3,000.00 

Onederk 900.00 

One copyist 840.00 

20,140.00 

Instrument Division — Charge of tiie designing, manufac- 
ture, repair, selection, and issuing of Lnstnimenla and ap- 

parous used throughout the service; 
•One professor of meteorology, in charge of 

division $3, 000. 00 

Onederk 1,800.00 

Two clerks, at $1,400 each 2,800.00 

One chief mechanician 1,400.00 

One skilled mechanic 1,200.00 

Two skilled mechanics, at $1,000 each 2,000.00 

One messenger 720.00 

One messenger 600.00 

15,820.00 



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ESTIUATU TOB SKPABTMENT OF ACatlOTTIiTnilE, 1909, 
WXATHBB BOBSA0-OoDtlim>d. 

Libre^-^-GoDtaiiu over 30,000 Tidumee and pain|)hleta peiv 
taiiung to met«oro1(^cai eubjects. The ubrarian is also 
a climatologiBt and me mipervieiiig examiner; 

One librarian ud climatolc^iat $2,000.00 

One clerk I,40a00 

One clerk 1,200.00 

One meeeeDKer boy 480,00 

$6,080.00 

Mechanical Worli — Carpentr;^, electrical^ and miscellane- 
ous mechanical work tequiied about the building and 
grounds: 

Three skilled mechanics, at $1,000 each $3,000.00 

One electrician 1,000.00 

Two skilled artisans, at $340 each 1,680.60 

6,680.00 

Captain of the watcli, and measengei and labor eervice: 

One clerk $1,000.00 

One captain of the watch l,00aO0 

One skilled artisan 840.00 

Four watchmen, at $720 each 2,880.00 

Two laborers, at $720 each 1,440.00 

Four laborers, at $600 each 2,400.00 

Two meHBenget boys, at $600 each 1, 200. 00 

One laborer 480.00 

One messenger 480.00 

One messenger boy 480.00 

Two messei^er boys, at $450 each 900. 00 

OneUborer 450.00 

One charwoman 860.00 

Three charwconen, at $240 eadi 720.00 

14,630.00 

Ocean meteorology — Chaive of the collection and issuing of 

marine met«orol(^cal data, tlie correction of barometers 
{or vessel captains, and the prepamtion and distribution 



One chief of division $2,000.00 

One clerk 1,600.00 

Two clerks, at $1,400 each 2, 800. 00 

One clerk 1,200.00 

Two clerks, at $1,000 each 2, 000. 00 

Three derta, at $900 each 2,700.00 

One messenger bey 600. 00 

Publications Division — Charge of the printing of weather 
maps, bulletins, forms, Monttdy Weather Review, and 
other publications: 

One chief of division $2,000.00 

One clerk 1,800.00 

Two assistant foremen of diviraon, at $1,600 

each 3,200.00 

One clerk 1, 400. 00 

One proof reader 1,400.00 

One titlK^Tapher 1,300.00 

Ten compoBitors, at $1,250 each 12,500.00 

Two pressmen, at $1,250 each 2,500.00 

Three lithographers, at $1,200 each 3,600.00 

One clerk 1,200.00 

One eng'Jieer 1,200.00 

One clerk 1,00a 00 

One skilled mechanic 1,000.00 

Two skilled artisans, at $840 each 1,680.00 

Five folders and feeders, at $720 each 8,600.00 

Three firemen, at $720 each 2,160.00 

One laborer 72a 00 



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BSTIMATEB FOB DEPABTMBKT OF AOBIOUIiTDBB, ISOS. 



Publication lyivision — Chum of the printing' ot wMtliei 
maps, bulletou, forms, Monthly Weather Review, aod 
other publications— Continued. 

OnemeMengei 9720.00 

Two laborers, at t660 each 1, 320. 00 

Thtee folders and feeders, at 9630 each 1, 890. 00 

Two meeaengars, &t feoo each 1, 200. 00 

947,S9a00 

Becorda Division — Chargv (rf the checking' and compiling 
of meteorological data: 
* One proieBBor of meteorology, in chaise. . . 93, 000. 00 

Onecferk 1,800.00 

Two clerks, at $1,400 each 2,800.00 

8ii clerks, at 91,200 each 7,200.00 

Three clerb, at 91,000 each 3,000.00 

Two clerks, at 9900 each 1,800.00 

One copyist 840. 00 

One copyist 720.00 

One meaeenger 600.00 

21,760.00 

Supplies Division-— Charge of the purchiise and issuing of 

One chief of division 92,000.00 

Two clerks, at 11,400 ead» 2,800.00 

Three clerks, at 91,200 each 3,600.00 

One clerk 1,000.00 

One skilled artisan 840.00 

One laborer 660.00 

One messenger 660.00 

11,660.00 

Telegraph Division— Charge of the m^ntenance and repair 

ot telegraph lines owned by the Weather Bureau, and the 
transmission and checking of all tel^raph and telephone 
meBsagee. Seven of the clerks in this division are alw 
skilled operators, who daily receive and tt&nsmit the mea- 
sages, reports, etc., required in the forecast and warning 
work at Washington: 

One chief of tfivision 92,000.00 

One clerk 1,800.00 

One clerk 1,600,00 

Two clerks, at 91,400 each 2,800.00 

Two clerks, at 11,200 each 2,400.00 

Two derks, at 91,000 each 2,000.00 

One messenger boy 600.00 

One messenger hoy 450.00 

13,650.00 

Total .' ~. $227,160.00 

"Paid from "Salaries, atation employees, Weather Bureau " , 22, 150. 00 
**Paid from "Salaries, Divimon of Accounts and Diaburse- 

ments" 2,500.00 

24,660.00 

Total amount estimated for statutory salaries, 1909 202, 510. 00 

The increasea in 1909 are aa follows: 

One clerk of class three (ocean moteorologv) 1,600.00 

One clerk ot class one (Climatological Division) 1, 200. 00 

One clerk, at $1,000 (Accounts Division) 1, 000. 00 

One skilled mechanic, at 91,000 (mechanical work) 1,000.00 

One watchman, at 9720 (captain ot the watch) 720.00 



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ESTIMATHB POB DBPABIUENT OT AOBIOUI/rUBB, 1909. 13 

WBATHIB BUKBAD— Contliund. 
[VmI, Ufhti, ud rapam, VaatlieT Biin«ii-410M*i] 

Pnd 13,480.00 

Gaa 812.00 

Hautiiu ashes, rabbish, etc 116.00 

Rent of fire-alarm boiea 60. 00 

Bepain to tnuldingi and care of grouada 6,012.00 

Total eetiinate of ai^piopnatioii for 1909 110,000.00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscid year 1907 $10, OOp.OO 

Amotmt ol above appropration for fiscal year 1908 (no in- 
crease) 10,000.00 

Amount estimated for fiacal year 1909 (no increase) 10,000.00 

(Contlagcet ezpeiuea, WmOot Bortui— tI3,000.] 

Stationery, blank books, etc fl, 400. 00 

Miscellaneous supplies 5,500.00 

Furniture, carpets, etc 3,000.00 

Freigtit and express ...-. 235.00 

Bent of telephones, etc C50.00 

Apparatus, mstrmnentA, laboratory materifd, etc 200.00 

Forage 200.00 

Purchase of horses (1) 300.00 

Repairs to wagons, hamesB, etc 400.00 

AdvertisiiiE 60.00 

Ice 200.00 

Washii^ towels^ 65.00 

Total estimate of appropriation for 1909 , 12,000.00 

Amount cJ above appropriation for fiscal year 1907 flO, 000.00 

Amount of above appropriation tor fiscal year 1908 {no 

increase) 10,000.00 

Amount estintat^d Eor fiscal year 1909 (increase $2,000) 12, 000, 00 

The sum of (2,000 additional is estimated for 1909 because the sum 
now appropriated is insufficient to meet the requirements of the office. 
This appropriation has remainod the same for a number of yeara, but 
the lar^ increase in the coat of supplies fd all kinds has tendered the 
amount inadequate. 

(Baluin, itattOD em^oyen, Wsatbet Boreui— tSlT,OB).] 
(In Washington.) 
Sixprofeesoraof meteorology, at $3,000 each... $18,000.00 
One Chief, Glimatological mvision, at t2,7I>0 ... 2, 750. 00 

One observer 1,400.00 

$22,160.00 

(Out of Wadiington.) 
Twoprofeoaorsof meteorology, at $3,000 each.. 6,000.00 
One professor of met«orologicaI physics, at 

$3,0OO 3,000.00 

Two inspectors, at $2,500 each 6,000.00 

'i 14,400.00 

2,000.00 

10,000.00 

k 6,000.00 

9,000.00 

each 26,200.00 

14,400.00 

di 19,200.00 

14.000.00 

1,800.00 

^ 2,800.00 

leach 40,000.00 

h 104,400.00 

1,200.00 

24,000.00 

sach 90,000.00 ,^ I 

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14 SBTIMATES FOB DEPABIMENI OF AQBIOTJLTTJBB, 1909. 

WEATEEB BXJBSAO-Oontliuiaa. 

Twenty printsM, at 11,000 each ?20, 000.00 

One operator, at $1,000 1, 000. 00 

One eipert in vessel reporting at $840 840.00 

E^hty aaaiatant obBervera, at (840 each 67, 200.00 

Forty aaeistant obBervera, at $720 each 28,800.00 

Nine cepainnen at $720 each 6,480.00 

One unclassified laborer 600.00 

Two unclassified laborers, at $480 each 960. 00 

One unekilled laborer 360. 00 

Three nie6seDgers,«t $720 each 2,160.00 

One repairman, at $600 600. 00 

Forty-five mesBengerH at $600 each 27, 000. 00 

Sixty measei^ers, at $480 each 28, 800. 00 

Ten messengers, at $360 each 3, 600. 00 

Three atation agenta, at $300 eadi 900. 00 

Six student aanatanta, at $300 each 1,800.00 

Miscellaneous employees (temporary and un- 

aadgned) 2, 400. 00 

— $594,900.00 

Total estimate of a}>propriat{on for 1909 $617,050.00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1907 $541,560.00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (increase, 

$10,000) 651,560.00 

Amount estimated for fiscal year 1909 (increase, $65,600) . . . 617, 060. 00 

The employees on duty in Washington who are pcdd from the above- 
named appropriation are assigned to the various diviaons and sections 
as indicated on sheets. 

The employees outside of Waehington who are paid from the same ap- 
propriation are assigned to the 206 stations located throughout the United 
States, the West Indies, and in the Hawaiian Islands. The number of 
employees at each station varies from I to 14^ the number being changed 
as the exigencies of the service at the various stations may demand. 
The character of the work performed by them is indicated by their 
titles, and they are engaged in the prosecution of the various fines of 
work describea under projects. 

The sum of $66,500 additional is estimated for 1909 for the following 
pi^rasee: 

For promotion of assistant oboervers after one year of service, who 
have an initial compensation of $720 per annum, $3,000. 

For promotion ot messenger boys, after one year of service, from an 
initial salary of $360 to $480 per annum, $12,000. 

For a reserve force of about fourteen asnstant observers who shall 
receive three to six months' instruction at Washington, D. C, and be 
available for station assignment to fill vacancies caused by the es^^en- 
cies ot the service, $15,600. 

For about twelve additional printers for work in connection with the 
issuing of weather maps in printed form instead of by the present unsat- 
iafactory duplicating process, $12,000. 

For salaries of employees ei^aged in the evaporation work in con- 
nection with the Salton Sea problem, $13,000. 

For pay of employees engaged in eeismological observatioiu to be 
made througliotit the DniteaStates, $10,000. 

[GsDcrsl aipenses, Weather Bmeaii— 1687,110(1.] 

Stationery $46,000.00 

Uiscellaneons supplies, services, etc 105, 000. 00 

Pumituie 14.000.00 

Fuel 8,000.00 

Freight 8,500.00 

Express 1,000.00 

Tel^raphing, telephoning, and cabling circuit 

reports $100,000 

Foiecaata, vaminra, observatioDi, etc 146,000 

246,000.00 



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WEATHER BQBEAU— CODtlnMd. 

Rent of telephonea (18,000.00 

Rent of offices, etc 76,000.00 

GaB and electricity 6, 000. 00 

Traveling, and station and field expenses 26,000.00 

Inetnimenta, apparatus, etc 27,000.00 

Maintenance and repair of telegraph lines 5,000.00 

BuildingB— For the completion of the unfinished laboratory 
building, and the unfinished cottage and office building, 
at Mount Weather, Va., including wl necessary labor, ma- 
terials, plans, specifications, and other expenses 16,000.00 

Repairs to buildings 7, 660. 00 

Pnnting office fin Washington) 18,000.00 

Pay for river and rainfall observationB 80, 000. 00 

Pay for snow and ice observations .^ 160.00 

Pay for cliuiatol<mcal and crop obiservaiions 16,000.00 

Riy for storm and hurricane displaymen 18,000.00 

Pay fw danbetry observations 200.00 

Total estimate of appropriation for 1909 $687, 600. 00 

Amount of above appropnation for fiscal year 1907 1630,000.00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (increase, 

116,000)....: * 645,000.00 

Amount estimated for fiscal year 1909 (increase, (42,600)... 687,600.00 

The sum of (42,600 additional is estmiated for 1909 for the following 



An increase of $27 ,600 to cover the cost of supplies, instruments, and 
other necessary expenses for the evaporation and seismological invest!' 
gations described under projects Nob. 14 and 15. 

An increase of (15,000 lor the completion of the unfinished laboratory 
building and the unfinished cottage and office building at Mount 
Weather, Va., including all necesaary labor, materials, plans, gpedfica- 
tions, and other expenses. 

NoTB.— An estimate of appropriation for (50,000 will also be made tor 
the erection of a main obeervatOTy at Mount Weather, Va.. including idl 
necessary labor, materials, plans, specifications, and other expenses, 
to replace the main observatory building destroyed by fire October 23, 
1907. 

Total Of all appropriations estimated for the Weather Btirean for 
the fiscal year 1909 1,6! 

BUILDtNaS. 

No appropriation made for building for the fisc^ year 1908. 

No estunate made for an appropriation for buildings for the fiscal year 
1909, but an estimate of (15.000 nas been inserted in the appropriation 
for general expenses for completing the erection of two building at 
Mount Weather, V«. 



No. 1. Administration (in Washington)— WiUis L. Moore, Chief of 
Bureau, in chai^: 

Salaries in Washington (127,680.00 

Traveling and other field expenses- 800.00 

Fnel, lights, repairs, suppUes, etc 22,000.00 

160,480.00 
No. 2. The Monthly Weather Review— Cleveland Abbe, professor of 
meteorolcgy (Waanington), editor; 

Salaries (4,200.00 

Traveling and field ezpensee 25.00 

Paver, composition, presswork, ^ 12,600.00 



16.726.00 

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16 BSmiATES 70B DEPABTMENT OF AQBIOITLTUBE, 1909. 

WEATHEB BUKEAD— Contliuisd. 

No. 3. Forecast irork— Edvard B. Qarriott, pndesor of meteorology 
(Wcwhingtoii), in charge: 

Salariee WW, 000.00 

Traveling and field expenaes 8,600.00 

MiBCollaneouB Buppliee ftnd expenses 362,050.00 

770,650.00 
Ho. 4. Hirer asd flood service— Harry A. Fiankenfield, professor of 
meteorology (Waahington), in charge: 

Salaries »70, 000.00 

Traveling and field expetiaea 1,000.00 

Miacollaneoua supplies and expenses 35,000.00 

106,000.00 
No. 5. Cranberry nmrsh investigationB — Henry J. Cox, professor of 
meteorol(»v (Chicago), in chaise: 

Salaried $700.00 

Traveling and field eipenses 300.00 

Uiacellaneoua BUppliea and expenses 250.00 

1,250.00 
No. C Climatolo^cal and crop work — Jamee Berry, chief of division 
(WashingtOD), in charge: 

8alariE« $120,000.00 

Traveling and field expenses 2,400.00 

Miscellaneous EuppUee and expenses 92,500.00 

214,900.00 
No. 7. Ocean meteorology — Henry L. Heiskdl, chief of division 
(WaBhington), in chaige; 

Salaries 116,600.00 

Traveling and field eipensea 260. 00 

Miscellaneous supplies and expenses 300.00 

17,050.00 
No. 8. Research observatory — William J. Humphreys, profeesorofme- 
teoiological phytdcs (Mount Weather, Va.), in charge: 

Salanes |15,000.00 

Traveling and field expenses 425.00 

MiscellaneouB supplies, apparatus, etc 16, 000. 00 

30,425.00 
Ho. 9. Instnunents-~Gharlea F. Marvin, professor cd meteomlogy 
(Washington) in charge: 

Sabriea 124,500.00 

Traveling and field expenses 160.00 

Miscellaneous supplies and expenses 16,000.00 

39,660.00 
No. 10. Inspection of stations — Norman B. Conger, inspector (Detaoit, 
Mich.); Henry B. Hersey, inspector (Ifilwaukee, Wis.): 

Salaries 16,000.00 

Traveling and field expenses 1,600.00 

6,600.00 
No. 11. Td^raph service— Jesse H. Robinson, chief of divioon (Wadi- 



ington), in charge; 
Salan<- 



— - 118,2 

Traveling and field expenses 6 

Miscellaneous supplies and e^eiuee 6 



19,530.00 



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BsmuXES TOB DBPA&TMBNI OF ACOtlOULXnBB, lOOB. 17 

WBATHBB BUBBAtr— OontliKiad. 

No. 12. BectvdB— Frank H. Bigelow, prafenor of meteorologjr (Waal^ 
ioston) in cbuge: 

BalarieB $75,000.00 

Traveling and field expeneeg 400.00 

Hiscellanooiu BuppUoB ftnd ezpensea. 15,000.00 

90,400.00 
No. 13. Buildiujp — Edgai B. CUvioTt, mwifffant chief (tf tUviaion of ac- 
counts (Waahingtonl in chaige: 
Fa: the completion of the unfinished physical labotatwy building and 

the unfinJBhed cottage and office building at Mount Weather, Va $15, 000. 00 

No. 14. Evaporation Beeearcbee— Frank H. Bigelow, profeeBor of 
meteoroli^y (Washington) in charge: 

Salaries 113,000.00 

Traveling and field expenses 2, 500. 00 

MiaceUaneouB supplies and expenses 9,000.00 

24,600.00 

The overflow of the Colorado River through the irrigation of ditches in the Impeiial 
Valley filled the old Salton bamn, 285 feet below sea level, to the depth of 80 feet, be- 
fore it was brought under control by levees and headings. 

The Salton Sea now preeents a surface of 440 square miles to rapid evaporation in 
a very dry climate. The ral« (A recovery of the valuable submeiged land ia of vital 
importance. Engineers do not know how to estimate at all accurately the probable 
rate of evaporation. 

The entire subject needs careful study, and the Salton Sea afi<ads a unique oppor- 
tunity to undertake to solve the evaporation problem, and this solution will be inval- 
uable for future work in the arid ana subarid regions m the country, especially in cou' 
structing reservoirs for irrigation purposes. 

The evaporation and the rainfall are conelatiTe factors in the supply of water for 
waterways and for farmine generallv, but meteorologists have heretofore been limited 
to the collection of rainfall data only, and there is a lack of knowledge regarding the 
losses by evaporation. It is one of the gape in practical science greatly adding to be 
filled. 
No. 15. SeismolMiical Investigations— Chadee F. Marvin, proleasoi of 

meteorology (Washington) in charge: 

Salaries 110,000.00 

Traveling and field expenses 1,000.00 

MiscellaneouB supplies and expenses 16,000.00 

26,000.00 
Exact knowledgS of the character and magnitude of earth motions, known as earth- 
quakes, is of vital importance to architects and the great structural engineers vhoae 
business it is to design and erect the enormous structures now so numerous in all our 
kffge cities. Any one of these modem buildings often houses a amall city full of peo- 
ple, whose safety depends in such a great denee upon the power of the structure to 
resist the forces that may assail it. Earthquake-proof construction must be required, 
especially in great rtructuree, even in regions which may seem to be immune, for it 
may be only a question of time when some readjustment of the earth's strata under 
long accumulating streeses may occur in soenungly the most stable regions, and an 
earthquake of greater or leas severity be precipitated thereby. The data required by 
engineers and architects to enable them to properly handle the problems preeented to 
them are, at present, very meager, vague, and indefinite. 

Up to the preaent time no department of the Government has given special atten- 
tion to the study of seismolo^, and especially to the establishment ik stations or 
observatories for the registration d cftrtnquake motions. That a^ematic study of 
this kind should be taken up by the Govenunent has been the subject of special coit- 
sideration by a committee of the American Aswciationfot the Advancement of Science, 
and it has also been informally conmdered by repreeeulativefl from the Geological 
Sm^ey, the Coast and Geodetic Survey, the Smithsonian Institution, the Weather 
Bureau, and the Carnegie Institution. The resolutions reaultii^ from the action of 
this committee were published in "Science" for May 24, 1907, and, among other 



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18 miMATXB VOB DEPIBTHSNT OT A^UOCI/CDBB, 1909. 

WSATHSB BDBSAU-CtDtiiniad. 

thiiigs, lecommende that the OoTenunent take ap syBtematic seiflmic observations. 
It is the opinioa of the (reological Survey, the Coast and Oeod^c Survey, and the 
Gamine Institution that the Weather Bureau, in view of its widely distributed sta- 
tiona manned with trained obeerveni, should be equipped with the newwrnry instru- 
ments and undertake this important line of work at sBlected stations. 
Total appropriations for the Weather Bureau tor the fiscal yeai 1007. . tl, 430, 240. 00 

Total appropriations tor fiscal year 1908 (decrease of ^,700) 1, 413, &40. 00 

Total estunate of appropriations for 1009 (increase of |115,^) I,ei29, 060.00 

BOBBAU or AMnUL INDUaTBY. 

[SskdM, Bveaa of Anlnwl bkhutiT-ISMia.] 

One dilef of bureau 16,000.00 

One chief clerk (increase ot 92G0 submitted) 2, 260. 00 

One editor and compiler (iucreese of SIOO submitted and 

title changed) 2,100.00 

Onederk 2,000.00 

Three clerks, class 4 5,400.00 

Five clerks, class 3 8, 000. 00 

Thirteen clerks, class 2 18, 200. 00 

Thirteen clerks, class 1 15,600.00 

Eight clerks, at fl.OOO each 8,000.00 

Three dwks, at $900 each (increase of 1 submitted) 2, TOO. 00 

Twoderks, at$840each 1,680.00 

Three derks, at $720 each 2,160.00 

NoTB.— Two derks, at $600 eadi, dropped. 

Onemechuiic 1,300.00 

One messenger and custodian 1, 000. 00 

One carpenter 1,100.00 

One messenger 840.00 

Three meeeeneeis, at |720 each (decrease of 1 submitted) . . 2, 160. 00 

One skilled laborer 340.00 

One skilled laborer (decrease of 1 submitted) 720.00 

Two skilled laborers, at $600 each 1, 200. 00 

One skilled laborer 660.00 

NoTB.— Tito skilled laborers at $480 each and 1 fireman at 

g 20 dropped, 

le illustrator 1,400.00 

Total amount estimated $84,210.00 

NoTB. — The salary of the chief derk has beea increased from $2,000 
to $2,260, one editor from $2,000 to $2,100, and the words "and com- 
piler" have been added to the title of the latter. One derk at $2,000 
and one clerk at $900 have been added, and two clerks at $600, one 
messenger at $720, one skilled laborer at $720, two skilled laborers at 
$480 each, and one fireman at $720 have been dropped. Net decrease, 
$1,070. 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1007 $84,780.00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (increase 

of $600) 86,280.00 

Amount estimated for fiscal year 1900 (decrease of $1,070) . . 84, 210. 00 

The above force will perform the foUowiug duties: 
Administration : 

1 chief ot bureau $5, 000. OO 

1 chief derk 2,260.00 

Iderk 2,000.00 

5 clerks, dass 4 6,400.00 

2 derks, class 3 3,200.00 

8 derks, dass 2 11,200.00 

6 derks, dass 1 7,200.00 

8 derks, at $1,000 each 3,000.00 

Iderk 900.00 

Iderk 840.00 

Imechanic 1,200.00 ^~> ■ 

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BBXIMATSS FOB DBPABTMBNI OF jLQBIOTTLTITBB, 1909. 19 

BUBBAD OF ANtlCAI. IHDUBXaX— ConUSDad, 

AdmlniBtration— Oontinued. 

1 mMBenger and custodian 91,000.00 

1 carpenter 1,100.00 

ImessengOT 840.00 

Imeaengra 720.00 

1 BkUledlabom. 840.00 

946,690.00 

Biapection division: 

2 clerkB, da« 1 92,400.00 

IcleA 1,000.00 

8,400.00 

Dairy divisicm: 

IcleA-dMoS 91.«00.00 

lclerk,claffl2 1,400.00 

2 clerko. claa 1 2,400.00 

2 clerks, at 91,000 eacli 2,000.00 

2 clerks, at 9720 each 1,440.00 

8,840.00 

Quarantine division: 

1 clerk, claasl 1,200.00 

Biochemic Division: 

1 clerk, daas 1 11,200.00 

1 clerk 900.00 

ImeesengeT 720.00 

2,820.00 

Fathdogical divimon: 

Idferk, daaB2 91.400.00 

1 clerk 1,000.00 

1 clerk 840.00 

1 clerk 720.00 

1 skilled laborer 720:00 

2 skilled laborers, at $600 each 1, KM. 00 

1 ekiUed laborer 660.00 

lillustrator 1,400.00 

7,940.00 

Zool<«{cal division: 

1 clerk, claso 2 91.400.00 

1 clerk 1,000.00 

ImeaBengar 720.00 

3,120.00 

j tpimai Huflbaodry division: 

1 clerk, class 2 91,400.00 

1 clerk, class 1 1,200.00 

1 clerk 900.00 

3,600.00 

Editorial office: 

1 editor and compiler 92,100.00 

2 clerks, dass3 3,200.00 

1 clerk, class 2 1,400.00 

6,700.00 

Total 984,210.00 

[aentml expanas, BncMa el AnlDul IndUitrT, IM»— tW7,3(n.] 

In Washington 9124,700.00 

Out ot Washington 600,000.00 

Traveling expenses 242, 200. 00 

Btatiooery 6, 000. 00 

Furniture 10,000.00 

Rent 6,000.00 

Hiscellaneons expenses, including fuel^ freight, expre«, 
telegraph, telephone, lights, expemnental animals, 
experimental dairy products, forage, lumber, livery 

service, laboratory apparatus, etc 108,300.00 

Total estimate of appropriation for 1909 9997,200.00 



20 BBTIMA.TB8 FOB DBPABTBCEKT OF AOBIOtn/TUBB, t9W. 

BTIBBAU OV AHIUAIj IHBDBTBY— Contlilncd. 

Amount of ftboveapptc^nifttion to fiscal year 1907 $862,200.00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiKftl vear 1908 (in- 

creaee of »86,000) 947,200.00 

Aniounteetiniatedforfiscftl]reul909(iiiCKBaeof$60,000>.. 997,200.00 

Endieation ot Bcabiee in aheep: 

Salaries 1220,000.00 

Travel 123,000.00 

MiacellaneodB 7,000.00 

360,000.00 

Eradication of scabies in cattle: 

Salaries 168,000.00 

Travel 27,000.00 

Miscellaneous 2,000.00 

96,000.00 

Inspection of southern cattle: 

Salaries ?46, 000.00 

Travel 15,000.00 

Misi^llaneoiis. ............... .. 6, 000. 00 

66,000.00 

SupervisicHi of transportation ot live stock and inspectitm of 

Salaries 134,300.00 

Travel 600.00 

Miscellaneous. 200.00 

36,000.00 

InspectioD aod qusiantiae of impt^ted animals: 

Salaries $23,000.00 

Travel 3,500.00 

Miscellaneous 8,600.00 

30,000.00 

Inspection work relative to existence of conta^ous dis. 

eases, and tuberculin and maUein teatdng of ammala: 

Salaries $10,000.00 

Travel 8,000.00 

HisceUaaeouB 2,000.00 

20,000.00 

Investifiations Knd experiments in dairy induatry: 

Salaries $63,000.00 

Travel 18,000.00 

Miscellaneous 10,000.00 

91,000.00 

Cooperative investigations ot the dury industry in the 

Southern States: 

Salaries $17,000.00 

Travel 10,000.00 

Hiacellaneous 1,000.00 

28,000.00 

Inspection ot renovated bntter foctoriss and markets: 

Salaries $8,600.00 

Travel 6,500.00 

Miscellaneous 1,000.00 

16,000.00 

Investigations and experiments in animal husbandry: 

SaSries $20,000.00 

Travel 13,000.00 

Miscellaneous 2,000.00 

36,000.00 

Cooperative experiments in animal breeding and feeding: 

Salaries $14,100® 

Travel 2,300.00 

Miscellaneons 33,600.00 

60,000.00 



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BUBBAU or ANHUIi INSUBTBy— CODtlsiMd. 

Scientific investigAtiona in disetMS of animals: 

SatarJeB »7O,O00.OT 

Travel 2,000.00 

MiBcellaneouB 88,000.00 

$UO,000.00 

Cooperative experiments and inveetigationB in <" 
domestic Tiirnftla in the State of Minneeota: 

Salaries $1,800.00 

Travel 200.00 

Hiacellaneoiu 1,000.00 

8,000.00 

General adminurttative vork: 

Salaries 120,000.00 

Travel 1,200.00 

Miscellaneous 23,000.00 

44,200.00 

Investigations relating to condltitms affecting the wholfr 

■omenesB of milk: 

Salaries ^12,000.00 

Travel 12.000.00 

Uiscellaneous I,00a00 

26,000.00 

The prevalence of tubercnioeis unong dairjr cattle, and improper and 

careless methods in produdns and ii and ling milk, have a direct Deariiu; 
upon the public b^th and ate of such unportance that a thorough 
investigation should be made ot the conditiona surrounding the pro- 
duction, handling, and transportation of miiv. 

[Kwt iDipectloD, Bmeu ot Animal Qid)utC7, UI]e-l3,00D,a».] 

In Washington '. 1100,000.00 

OutofWaJadngton 2,700,000.00 

Traveling expenses 50,000.00 

Stationery 10,000.00 

Furniture 10,000.00 

Bent 20,000.00 

Meat-inspection stamps, certiflcstes, tags, hogrings, seals, 

disks, sealing presses, brands 40,000.00 

Miscellaneous supplies and services, including freight, 
express, tel^^raph, telephone, gas and ebctricity, 

livery, laboratory apparatus, etc 70,000.00 

Total estimate ot appropriation for 1909 13,000,000.00 

Amount ot above appropriation for fiscal year 1907 (per- 
manent appropriation)'. K, 000, 000. 00 

Amount of above appropriation tor fiscal year 1908 (per- 
manent appropriation) 3,000,000.00 

Amount estimated tor fiscal year 1909 (permanent appro- 
priation) 8,000,000.00 

[XradioUiDg cattis ticks, Bnresn of Animal Indnrtry, UN»-(UO,0(IO.) 

Salaries $100,00ao0 

Trftvelii^ expatses 38, 000. 00 

Miscellaneous supplies and services, including stationery, 
furniture, freignt, telegraph, telephone, rent, apparatus, 
livery, etc 12,00a00 

i6o,ooaoo 

Amount of above appnaniation for fiscal year 1907 , indud- 



,. . dveaiK . 

ing $14,188.10 of mimediately available sppropriatuHi 

expended prior to June 30j 1907 90,088.10 

Amount of above appropriatioo tot fiscal year 190S. indud- 
ing balance of |10,811.90 on June 3D, 1907, of imme- 
diately available appropiiatitai (increese ol 139,123.80). 136, m 90 



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BCBBAU OF ANIUAL IND1T8TBY— Continued. 



Total amount estimated for all RppropriationA for Bureau of 

Animal IndustrytOTthefiscal year IQM **,231,410.00 

Total appropriations for the Bureau of Animal Industiy ioi the fiscal 
year 1907, $4,064,480 (leas $10,811.90 a-vailable in fiscal year 1908).. 4, 043, 668. 10 

Total appropriatlonB for the fiscal year 1908, $4,182,460 (leaa $14,188.10 
expended in fiscal year 1907) (increase of $124,623.80) 4,168,29L90 

Total eetimate i4 appropriationa for fiscal year 1909 (increase of 

$63,118.10) 4.231.410.00 

BtlBBAC OV PLANT INDDSTBT. 
[8aJar1«g, Boreaa of PUiit Indnatr?— nBT.4ID.] 
One plant phyBioloriBt and pathologist, who shall be Chief 

of Bureau $6,000.00 

- One chief clerk 2, 260. 00 

One editor 2,000.00 

One officer in charge of recorde 2, 000. 00 

One eupeiintendest of gardens andgrounde 1,800.00 

Four clerks, class i 7, 200. 00 

Eight clerkB, claaa 3. 12, 800. 00 

Thirteen clerks, class 2 18,200.00 

Twenty-nine clerks, class 1 34, 800. 00 

One seed clerk and superintendent 1, 200. 00 

One clerk or artist 1,200.00 

One clerk or artiet (change of title submitted) 840.00 

One clerk 1,080.00 

Sixteen clerks, at $1,000 eadi 16, 000. 00 

Six clerks, at $900 each 6,400.00 

Twelve clerks, at $840 each 10, 080. 00 

One clerk 800.00 

Twelve clerks, at $720 each 8,640.00 

Four clerks, at $660 each 2,640.00 

Four clerks, at $600 each 2,400.00 

Note. — One clerk or messenger, at $480, dropped. 

One photographer or clerk 900.00 

One assistant photographer 600,00 

One illustrator or clra;k 900.00 

One carpenter 900.00 

One carpenter 840.00 

Two ganleners or aHsistants, at $1,000 each 2, 000. 00 

Sii gardeners, at $900 each ^400.00 

Two gardeners, at $840 each 1,680.00 

Four gardeners at $780 each 3,120.00 

Five gardeners, at $720 each (increase of 3 submitted in lieu 

ofSfiremen, at $720 each, dropped) 3,600.00 

Three gardeners, at (660 each 1,980.00 

Onegfudener 600.00 

Onepainter 840.00 

Twffplmnbere, M $840 each 1,680.00 

Hots. — Three firemen, at $720 each, dropped. 

Two clerks or messengers, at $840 each 1,680.00 

One skilled laborer 900.00 

Nine skilled laborers, at $720 each (increase of 1, submitted 

in lieu of 1 watchman, at $720, dropped) 6, 480. 00 

Three skilled laborera, at $660 each 1, B80. 00 

E^bt skilled laborers, at $600 each (increase of 1 , submitted 

in lieu of 1 watchman, at 1600, dropped) 4,800.00 

Three skilled laboren, at $540 each 1,620.00 

One messenger 660.00 

Three measengeis, at $600 each 1,800.00 

NoTB.^Three vatchmen, at $720 eadi, and 2 watchmen, 
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ESTHIAIBS TOB DEPABTHENT of ASBICUUTUBX, 190B. 38 

BUBHAn OF FIiUIT INDUBTBY— ContlDued. 

Ten skilled laborers, meesen^TB, oi meeeeaxger boys, at |480 
each (increase of 1, submitted in lieu of 1 clerk oi mee- 

eenger, at (480, dropped) 14,800.00 

Two messenger boys, at S360 each 720.00 

Two meseenger boys, at |300 each 600. 00 

Total amount estimated 1187,410.00 

NoTB.— The title of 1 artist haa been changed to 1 aitiat «■ clerk. 
Three gardeners, at $720 each; 1 skilled laborer, at $720; 1 skilled 
laborer, at $600; and 1 skilled laborer, messenger, or messenger boy, 
at $480, have been added. One clerk or meesenger, at $480; 3 firemeti, 
at $720 each; 3 watchmen, at $720 each, and 2 watchmen, at $600 
each, have been dropped. Net decrease, $2,040. 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1907 $163,060.00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (increase 

of $26,390) 189.450.00 

Amount estimated for fiscal year 1909 (decreaseof $2,040).. 187,410.00 

[Oeaentl expeoMS, BateM ot Plut InduattT. IMW-Wat.att.] 
Salaries: 

In Washington K76,000 

Out of Washington 160,000 

$425, 000. 00 . 

Traveling and station and field expenses 141,966.00 

MiBcellaneoua auppliee 50,000.00 

Stationery 7, 500. 00 

Furniture 6,000.00 

Apparatus, instruments, and laboratory material 26, 000. 00 

Rent 3,B0a00 

Gas and electricity 2, 000. 00 

Expreas 2,60ao0 

Freight I,00ao0 

FurfTT Boaoo 

Tel^raph BOaOO 

Tel^hone 600.00 

Total »66«,2«eL0O 

Amount of above appropriation for £acal year 1907 $496, 260. 00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (increase 

ot $89,520) 684,780.00 

Amount estimated lor fiscal year 1909 (increase of $81,486). 666, 266. 00 

(Orftln Invatlgatloiu. l«»-IU,D(n.] 
ftJariea: 

In Washington $8,000 

OutofWaaiington 36,600 

$43,600.00 

Traveling and station and field expenses. 10,500.00 

Miscollaneoua auppliee. 2,000.00 

Stationery 600.00 

Putnituie 1,000.00 

Apparatus, instruments, and laboratory material 6, 000. 00 

Rent 2,000.00 

Gas and electricity. 800.00 

Expreea 100.00 

Freight 60.00 

Telegraph and telephone CO. 00 

Total $66,000.00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1907 $15,000 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1008 (in- 
crease of $25,000) 40,000 

AmounteetimatedI(«te!al7«arl909(incroBse(rf $25,000). 66,000 



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S4 SBUMATES BOB D^ABIUBNI 07 AOBIOtJLIUBB, 1900. 

BDRKAU OF PLANcr INDUffXnZ— Contiimed. 

[PmduM and dl*trlbntloiL of nhutd* nedi, UO»-'«»«,aiaj 
Salariee: 

InWaflhlngton 165,000.00 

Out of WaaiuDgton 16,660.00 

f70,000.00 

Traveling and station and field expenses 20,000.00 

Uiscell&neouB supplies 144,325.00 

Stationery 2,000.00 

Furniture 1,600.00 

Apparatus, instruments, andlaboiatory material 1,600.00 

Rent 4,000.00 

Gas and electricity 300.00 

ExpiMs 1,600.00 

pTMght S,600.00 

Tdf«taph 300.00 

Telephone 75.00 

Total 1249,000.00 

Amount of above apjnopriation for fiscal year 1907 ^242.920.00 

Amount of above appropriatioa for fiscu year 1908 (de- 



8,000.00 
Amount estimated for fiscal year 1909 (increase 1^911,000). 240,000.00 

[Cottoiriwil ms*a bmrtlgatloBi, ua»-tUIMiaoO 

In Washington »26, 000.00 

Out of Washington 86,000.00 

- siio,ooo.m 



Stationery 1,000.00 

Furniture 600.00 

Apparatus, inatrumeuta, and labotabay matedal 1,000.00 

Bent 800.00 

Gas and electricity 60.00 

Express 300.00 

Frwght .-. 125.00 

FmL. 76.00 

Telegraph and teleph(»w 160.00 

Total fl60, 000.00 

Amount of above appropriatioD (or fiscal rsi06, 000. 00\ -ino 0117 ko 

year 1907 ... t 4, 367. 58J *1™' ^^'^ ^ 

Amount of above appropriation /fllO, 000. 00 (increase ofl ■,., mo ao 

tor fiscal year 1908 \ 36,632.42 $36,264.84); l".o«'" 

Amount estimated for fiscal year 1909 160,000.00 

I OmoBs, IiABOBATosms, un> Psonon. 
i. Office <^ <M^t^ Bvmm, 
tB. T. QaUawar , CUcf of Bnnao.] 

Salaries, statutory |3B,00a00 

Salaries, lump fund 5,10a00 

Stationery, furniture, supplies, etc 3, 322. 00 

Miscellaneoua ezpensee-HEreij^t, express, fuel, gas, tele- 
phone, etc 200.00 

Rent S,60a00 

Traveling expenses 1, OOO: 00 

K^serve funds— to meet emergendes in various lines of 
work 17.82a00 

IWal 68,942.00 

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sshmates poa dxfabtment or aobioultdsb, ism. 

BDBBAD OF PLANT INDUSTRY— ContlDMO. 
t. Offiee of Ohi^ of Bureau — Continued. 



O.) Administraitive comepondeDce $6,365.00 

(2) General Bureau adminiatrotioD 16,68G.0O 

(Decrease of $12,406, as foUowB: Rented build- 
ings to be vacfited, |8,520; 3 watchmen dropped, 
12,040; I clerk tiansfeiTed, ttKKI; gaa and deo- 
tridty, t946.) 

(3) AppointmeiitB,payTollB,andleaiVeeofabsence 3,287.00 

(4) Auditing and accounting (office of recOhlB) 12,040.00 

(6) Files and mail 4,046.00 

(6) Editing and proof-reading (editorial office) 3,660.00 

(7) Executive and supervisory work, Congreestoual seed 

distribution 7, 24a 00 

(Decrease of $3,163, on account o( ttansFer to 
another fund — coat ot fuel.) 

Reserve funds 17,82a 00 

(Amount held in reserve for fiscal year 1908, $17,820.) 

t. Opx qfAMttittmt CM^i^Burtim. 

[Ubart F. Wood» Awlitant Chief ol Boraui.] 

Balariee, Statutory $20,000.00 

Salaries, lump fund 11,000.00 

Stationery, furniture, mippliee, etc 2,934.00 

UiacellaneouB expenses— freight, express, telephone, etc . . 200. 00 

Traveling "" " 



i 



Total 34,634.00 

PBOnCEB. 

Oeneral administrative work $18,514.00 

2) Supplies and property 6, 70a00 

[3) IiiDrary, traneJabng, and abstracting work 6,500.00 

(4) OareotpathologicalandpbyHioIogical laboratories.... 3,92a00 

3. Lahotaiory of plant pathologi/. 

[Erwiu F. Bmittit pathologlit In diaiva.] 

Salariee, Statutory $2,880.00 

Salaries, lump fund 16,600.00 

Stationery, furniture, euppliee, etc 6,000.00 

UUcellaneouB expenses — freight, express, telephone, etc. . 1, 600. 00 

Traveling expenses 2,057,00 

Total 27,937.00 

FKOIXCia. 

(1) Central labtnatory of plant patholtwy $21,117.00 

(Increase of $6,000 to be used, if granted, for the 
employment of a phyaiological chemist to BHsiBt in 
the laboratory investigations and also to secure ad- 
ditional scientific asaistaiits and laboratory equip- 
ment needed lor the efiective prosecution oi the 
work of the laboratory.) 

(2) Investigations of rice blast and other diseases of rice . . 800. 00 

(3) Rithological collections 4,861.00 

(4) LtixxMory investigations of diseases of various plants. 1, 669. 00 



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26 BBTIMATEB FOB DEPABIUBNT 07 AOBTOULTUBE, IflOO. 

BOBBAU OF FIi&NT INDTJBTBY— CoatlnD«a. 

4. Inoatigatioia qfdiieiua <tf notion, truck eropt, etc. 

(W. i.. Orton, pathai«glat In obugs.) 

Salariaa, statuttwy $1,000.00 

Salariee, lump fund 7,000.00 

Stationery, furniture, aupplies, etc 2, 000. 00 

MificellaueouB expenses — ueieht, express, teleplione, etc.... 100.00 
Traveling and station and field expenses 2,712.00 

Total 12,812.00 



iA) OolUm iUtoH tawiligaUimt, 

(1) Inveatinition <A cotton wilt, anthiacnose, bacterial blight, 

rust, sheading, etc 14,000.00 

(2) Cotton loot-Tot investigations 1, 600. 00 

(fi) InvaHtatiimt of truck cnp Mtttau. 

(3) Investigation of disesBeresiBtance in potatoes Sl,300.00 

(Increase of $500 for tlie further development d 
the work.) 

(4) Breeding watermelons for wilt reeJBlance 1,300.00 

(Increaae of $500 for the normal growth of the 
wcfk and the distribution of seed of reeislant water- 
melons.) 

. (6) Investi^tions of miscellaneous diseases of truck crops 1,300.00 

(Increase of $500 for the development of the work 
and the taking up of new proUems which need 
attention.) 

(?) ilUeeOaiiutni* foOMogital tmetOgaUont. 

(6) Plant disease survey $1,700.00 

(Increase of $500 for the normal growth and elabo- 
ration of the work.) 

(7) Investigations of disease reeistAnce in cowpeaa and study 

of cowpea diseases 432.00 

(8) InveatKationsoftheroot rotof tobacco 950.00 

(Increase of $500 for the normal growth of the 

(9) Studiea<rf various plant diseafle* S30.00 

6, Invettigationt of Uteateg offmU*. 

[U. B. W&It» psttiologiBt In charge.] 

Salaries, BUtutory $1,000.00 

Salaries, lump fund 20,000.00 

Stationery, furniture, si^jplies, etc 1,500.00 

MiacellaneouB expenses — freight, express, telephone, etc 100.00 

Traveliogand station and field expenses 8,210.00 

Total 30,810.00 

PBOJECTB, 

(1) Eradication of pear blight $8,500.00 

(Increase of ^,200 to secure additional assistance 
in the extension of tJie pear-blidit eradication to 
other western States, notably Idaho, Utah, and 
Colorado.) 

(2) Demonstration work in the control of apple diseaeee by 

graying 6,000.00 

(Increase of $1,000 to meet the demand for fur- 
ther eitensiona of this work. These investiga- 
tions should be continued and extended in Mder 
to demonstrate mactical methods of controlling the 
variouB apple diseesea prevalent in differant a*> 
chard sections.) -, . 

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KTIMATBS FOB DEPABTUENT OF AQBIOTTLTU&B, 1900. 

BUBBAD OP PLANT INDDSTEY— Contloued. 
5. Invatigationt of dittOMt (^/vti«— Gontmued. 

(S) Inveetwations ol diaeasM of muJl fruits— grapee, cran- 

bemes, etc 16,600.00 

(4) laveetigationa of diseases of the peach and plum 6, 500. 00 

(Increaae of (500 for the further extensioD of 
the work oa peach and plum tot.) 
(0) Investigatioos of miscellaneous diseases of fruits and 

fruit trees 6,2iaO0 

(Increase of $1,300 for the further development 
of the woric on pollination of fniits and chlorosiB.) 

$. Laboralorji offorat pathology (WiuHitgUm, D. O.), 
[Haveo Uetoalt, paOiologlat In ehaige.] 

Salaries, statutory $1,200.00 

Salaries, lump fund 7,500.00 

Stationery, furniture, BUppliee, etc 1,000.00 

UiscellaDeouB expenses—freight, express, telephone, etc... 600.00 

IHTelingond station and field expenses 2,885.00 

Total 1 13,e86.00 



(1) Investigation of the crown-gaU disease of forest and 

fruit trees,. ,i: $1, 600. 00 

(2) Investigation of the blue stain of coniferous and other 

woo(b (Doctor Metcalf ) 50a 00 

(Decieaae of $425, u the work it approaching 
completion.) 

(3) Study of diseases of coniferous treee (Dr. Metcalf) 2,600.00 

(Increase of $620 for the extension of this work 
on the national foreata in coc^eiation with the For- 
est Service.) 

(4) Investigation of diseases of oaks and other hard woods 

(Doctor Metcalf) 1,600.00 

(6) Study of miscellaneoua dieeaees of forest trees (Docbs 

Metcalf) 3,000.00 

(6) Investigation of diseases of ornamental and shade trees 

and ehruba (Doctor Metcalf) 2,686.00 

(Increaae of $1,700 for the elaboration of this line 
of work, which promises valuable reeulta.) 

(7) Study of the occurrence and preralence rf diseases of 

trees (Doctor Metcalf) 1,400.00 

(Increase of $606 for the normal growth of the 
work.) 

7, Plant Hft Mitory invaligatiorti. 

fWiJter T. Swln^ phyiMogltt In Cbaigi.] 

Salaries, Statutory '. $3,000.00 

Salaries, lump fund 15,000.00 

Stationery, fumitura, supplies, etc 4,600.00 

liUscellaneouB expensea— fieiE^t, e«prees, telephone, etc... 1,000.00 

Traveling and station and field expenses 3,088.00 

Total 26,688.00 



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28 bbumatbs fob depastiuuit of AamoTJurasB, ifloe. 

BUBIDAn Off PLANT DTDDBTBT— Contiiiiied. 

7. Plant I^ Mitory invmtigationt—Oaatinuai. 
raaiEoia. 

(1) Eatablisbment of date culture and stud; of the life 

hiatory of the data palm 94,300.00 

(Increaae of ¥1,000, for th« inai^uration of ex- 
perimenla in date breeding and m startiiig off- 
Bhoots from old date palms, and for the Improve- 
ment of methods of propagation.) 

(2) Azboricultiual inveetigatioiis 9,000.00 

(Increase of $3,000, for extending the coopera- 
tive work on the Indian reservations by the estab- 
lishment of experimental bums on three more 
Teservationa in ute Southwest.) 

S Clover and alfalfa inveetigations 6,500.00 
Breeding new citrus fruits and pineapplee.: 3,000.00 

(Increase of $1,000 for continumg the work on 
the development of citmng««, or haiS; Bubstitutee 
for lemons and limes.) 
(6) Caprification of the fig and study ot the life history of 

figs and caprififfl 1,300.00 

(6) Establishment ot pistache culture and study of the life 

history ot the pistache nut and its wild relatives 900.00 

(7) Miscellaneous life history investigations 2,688.00 

8. Cotton^teding iiu>atigalUm$. 
[A. D. BbMxaa sod D. N. B 



Salftriee, statutory $400.00 

Salaries, lump fund 11,468.00 

Stationery, furniture, supplies, etc 1,600.00 

Miscellaneousexpensee,ireight, express, tdephone,«tc...- 492.00 

Tnveling and station and field expenses 6,600.00 

Total 20,480.00 



(1) Cotton-breeding laboratory 2,170.00 

(2) Breeding cottons adapted to northern Texas 1,650.00 

(3) Breeding cottons adapted to Louisiana and Uissiasippi. 2, 6S0. 00 

(4J Breedins cottons adapted to southern Texas 2,080.00 

(51 Study of methods ot ginning and marketing cotton 2,600.00 

(6) Breeding cotton adapted to South Carolina 2,960.00 

(7) Testily the value of seed separation and fertilizers in 

cotton culture 870. 00 

(8) Breeding cottons adapted to Tennessee and Arkansas . 2, 310. 00 

(9) Breeding cotton for greater oil content 860.00 

(10) Cooperative cotton Dieeding investigationa 2,600.00 

9. Tobaecotnvtifisationt. 

lA. D. ShanuItPbjralologiBtinehMfa 

Salaries, etatutOTy 1400.00 

Salaries, lump fund 28,000.00 

Stationery, furniture, supplies, etc 4,600.00 

Miscellaneous espenaes— freight, express, telephone, etc. . 1, 000. 00 

Traveling and station and field expenses 8,323.00 

Total 42,223.00 * 

FBOnOTS. 

<1) Laboiatory inveetigations in connection with fidd- 

work on tobacco |6, 000. 00 

(Inctease of |1,000 tor the normal growth ol the 
laboiatory work.) 

(2) Tobacco investigatioDB in the Connecticut valley 6,Q23.W i^ 



■BHUATEB BOB ItEPABXHBHI OJf ASBJOTJUIXIBX, IBOft. 29 

BUBDAU OP FliUn ZHDTJBTay— OondniieA. 

9. Ty)iaeeo^^aleltig<a^ont—CtmtiIlued. 

<3) Tobacco isveetigatioDB in Florida ^,600.00 

(Increaee of 11,000 for the extenaion cj Qie work.) 

{4) Tobacco inveetigfttioiiB in Maryland 1,600.00 ' 

(Increaae of $500 for neceesary aasiBtaiice in this 
work.) 

(6) Tobacco investigatioDB in Kentackr 3,700:00 

(Increase of $600 for the development cd the- 
work.) 

(6) Tobacco inveBtigationa in Tezae— W. M. Hinson and 

Otto Olson, experts: 

The work in Texas was inaugurated by tlie Bureau of 
Soils about five yean ago, having for its object the 
introduction of the cultiu^ of ci^-filler tobacco, 
by growing the product from mipt^ted Cuban 
aeeC This part ot the industry is now fairly well 
eetablished, but the question of improving this 
filler tobacco by selM^tion and breeding needs 
attention, becauee the yield is low and the qua^ty 
uneven. The indications are that marked im- 
provements can be easily obtained by the methods 
followed in Florida, and after the completion of 
the present year's work it is planned to reorganize 
the Texas investigations along the practical lines 
of breeding and selection, ana the improvement 
of farm practice 6, 000. 00 

(Amount allotted for fiscal year 1908, $6,000.) 

Results: Improved strains of Culnm tobacco 
from Texas-grown seed has been found to produce 
about double the yield of crops grown from im- 
ported seed. The past season sufficient seed of 
these improved strains has been saved under bag 
to furnish all seed needed for planting the coming 

The methods of fertilization best adapted to the 
production of tie greatest yield of high quality ot 
filler tobacco are being studied and experiments 
have been laid out for the coming season to de- 
tenuine the best combination of fertilizers and 
methods of culture to raise profitable crops. 

(Increase of $1,000 for the extension ot the work 
in Texas.) 

(7) Tobacco investigations in Virginia — E. H. Ifbthewson 

and W. W. Green, experts: 

This work was b^un by the Bureau of Soils in 1904, 

having tor its object the improvement ot dark and 

fire-cured tobaccos in the Appomattox r^on by 

better methods of crop rotation and fann practic . 

The Virginia Experiment Station cooperates in the 

conduct of the work, furnishing two assistants. 

The work is handled from the general standpoint 

of impiovinf; bum practice as a whole, rather than 

from the stnct tobiico viewpoint. In addition to 

tliie work, experiments are to be inaugurated in 

the improvement of the tobaccos by selection and 

hybridization 6,000.00 

(Amount allotted for fiscal year 190S, $4,000.) 
Reaulta: Very important results have been se- 
cured and the demonstrations are attracting wide 

attention. It has been shown that it is necessary 

to rotate the tobacco crop with other general farm 

cn>ps,and that profitableyieldaot gran, wheat, and 

other crops can be secured in the tobacco fields, 

and the sdl improved tor the growing of tobacco. 

TliB results of experiments demonstrate that tlit 

■M of much more mtensive methods <^ culture an /■~' i 

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80 BSnUAIBS FOB DBPABTMBNT OT AOBiairUniBB, 1900. 

BnBBAU OF FIAin' INDCSTBY— Contlnaed. 

P. 3bb(i«o foMi%ation*— Gontmued. 

(7) Tobacco inveetigatioiu in Tiiginia— Coatmued. 

dediable. An increaeed and more intelligent nae 
ol fertilizen on limited areas will produce mora 
profitable results than the preeeut more extensive 
BVBtem of farm practice. Improved etiains of 
Virginia tobaccoe are being produced by seed 
selection and breeding, 

(Increaseof flgODOfor tbe continuance and Dor- 
mal ^wtb of the work.) 

(8) Tobacco uvestiKations in Alabama— W. U. Hinacm 

and W. B. Schiader, experts: 
The work in Alabama is also a continuation of the 
investigations inaugurated in tbst State by the 
Bureau of Soila. At preeent about 225 acres <A 
Cuban tobacco are being grown experimentally by 
farmers; and two experiments are being con- 
ducted in the production of shade Sumatra tf^ 
bacco. The demand for the continuance and ex- 
tension of this work in Alabama is very strong, and 
it should be continued at least for another season. 
The problems are very complicated and need to be 
taken up from the stondpomt of the general crop- 
ping syetem and the adaptation and improvement 
of special types of tobacco to meet tbe particular 
requirements in the State. The situation in Ala- 
baina needs to be worked out slowly and with 
careful consideration of aU of the problems in- 
volved, as an undue stimulation of the industry 

would be unwise 13,500.00 

(Amount allotted for fiscal year 1908, (3,600.) 
Besults: Selections of seed of the b«st plants 
from the filler standpoint have been made, and 
will be distributed to the growers for next season's 
planting. The market for this tobacco has not 
been established as yet, and it is necessary to as- 
sist the growers in finding a market for their crops. 
Methods of fertilizing the soil, and curing and let- 
mentii^ the tobacco are being invest^ted. 

(9) Tobacco investigations to Ohio — Mr. Shamel, in coop- 

eration with A. D, Selby, collaborator (botanist of 
the Ohio Experiment Station): 
These inveetigations are conducted in cooperation 



with the Onio Experiment Station, having fo 
'"■ eir object the improvement of the native tobac 
) by nybridization and selection. The work 



taken over from the Bureau of Soils consists in .__ 
improvement of the methods of fermentation of the 
native tobaccoe so as to reduce the amount of dry 

rot resulting from the old methods 

(Amount allotted for fiscal year 1908, ?2,000,) 
Results: Good progress has alrc^y been made 
in the hybridization and selection work, which 
was only started a year or bo ago. A large niuaber 
of new types, hybrids, and miproved strains of 
tobacco have been tested, some or which have been 
found to poesees speoal merit for cigar filler pro- 
duction, giving a nigh yield per acre and poeson- 
ing a desirable flavor and aroma. Several wrapper 
types also show merit and value for commercial 
propagation. The work of the Bureau of Soils in 
Ohio has been productive o! very satisfactory re- 
sults. The introduction of the bulk fermentation 
method has reduced the amount of rot considerably, 
but a further study of the question by a pathok^ist 
ia neceeaaiy. The work on bulk fermentation was 



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aUHKAU OF PLANT mDUSTBY-ContimM^ 

9. TobaeeoinveMttgaHont—Coatiiaiei. 

(9) Tobacco invest^tionB in Ohio— Ooutiuued. 

started by the Bureau of Soils in 1902, and in 
1903-4 thfit Bureau also planted test crops of to- 
bacco, the product being fermented and packed 
by its experts and samples sent to the trade. The 
improved methods of saving and separating seed 
have been introduced and are now in genemi use 
by tobacco growers. 

(10) Tobacco investigations in Ncrw York— O. W. Harris, 

The work in New York, like that in Virginia, Ala- 
bama, and Texas, is a continitatioD of experiments 
started by the Bureau of Soils. These are located 
in Onondaga County, where the tobacco grown is 
the same as that grown in the Connecticut VaUey. 
The New York product, howeverj has deterior- 
ated during recent years in quality and price, 
owing either to the fact that the crop is not planted 
on the r^ht kind of boU for the production of good 
wrapper, or to a lack of knowledge in the applica- 
tion of fertilizers and the general handling ef the 
crop. The object of the experiments is to deter- 
mine the cause of the difficulty and to correct it.. 92,000.00 

(Amount allotted for fiscal year 1908, $2,000.) 

Eeeults: The work so far has shown that there is 
much room for improvement both in cultural 
methods and in the types of tobacco grown. It is 
believed that the improved Connecticut strains 
will also do well in New York, and a considerable 
quantity of improved seed grown in experimental 

Slots has been saved for distribution to tne eroweis 
le coming season. The introduction of the bulk 
methods ol fermentation is being successfully car> 
riedon. 

(11) Tobacco invectigations in California— J. B. Stewart, 

expert: 

The work in California has so far consisted merely in 

a preliminary experiment to demonstrate, either 

positively or negatively, whether good cigar-filler 

tobacco can be proiitably produced in that State. 

On account of the dry climate the problem is a 

complicated one. The State of California has ^y- 

propriated {1,000 for augmenting the work, to be 

— 3nded under the direction ofthe Department, 
a small acreage has been planted and the 

... JO far is strictly preliminary. The fermen- 
tation of this year's experimental crop will be 

supervised by one of the Department's experts... 1,000.00 
[Amount dotted for fiscal year 1908, ?1,000.) 
Beeulls: Owing to the prelimin^y nature of the 

work a definite statement or prediction of reeultB 

is not practicable at the present time. 

10. Cominveiiigatiora. 

[C. p. Eartle;, physiologist In diarge.] 

Salaries, statutory $1, 140. 00 

Salaries, lump fund 6,600.00 

Stationery, fiimiture, supplies, etc 1,000.00 

Miscellaneous expenses— freight, expre«, telephone, etc.. 300. OO 

Traveling and station and field expenses 4,161.00 

Total 1S,09LOO 

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83 BSTOUTES FOB DEPABTMBNT OF AQBIOTTLTTTBB 1909. 

BDRHAD OF PLANT INDUSTSX— COhUdmO. 

10. Gom fnvM^atfona— Continued. 

PaOJKCTB. 

(1) Frodnction of improved Btraina of com by breeding and 

Bcilection— Mr. Hartley $7, 000. 00 

(2) Encouragement of seed selection and preservation and 

improved methods of com culture — Mr. Hartley ... 1, 500. 00 

(3) Inveetigation of the efiects of heredity and environ- 

ment of com— Mr. Hartley 1,500.00 

(4) Sweet-com inveetigations—Kbr. Hartley. 3,091.00 

II. AVtaU and drou^U-rtri^ant vUmt-hreeding invettfgaiiottt. 
[T. H. Keuney, ph^iiolcglat In oluusi.] 

Salaries, statutory $420.00 

Ralariee, lump fund 6,600.00 

Stationery, furniture, Buppliee, etc 1,667.00 

Miscellaneous expenses— freight, expren, telephonee, etc . 300. 00 

Traveling and station and field expensee 4,600.00 

Total 13,277.00 



(1) Ascertaining the alkali Teeiatance of crop plants and 

investigatingiheg^Biolc^of resistance to alkali... 92,600.00 
(Increase of f2w for tne normal growth of ihe 
■work.) 

(2) Breeding strains of various field crops which will be 

leeiatant to alkali 6,350.00 

(Indeaae of $725 for the extension and devel- 
opment of the work.) 

(S) Breedms diought-resistant field crops 2,927.00 

(IncreaHe of $1,220 for an elaboration of tjiia 



project, whidi promises valuable results.) 
(41 Breeding cottons lor the arid Southwest 1, 600. 00 

(6) Ascertaining value of native erowth as a eoO indicator. . 1, 000. 00 
(Increase of $625 for me continuance and elabo- 
ration of this work.) 

It. IGtedbmami plonl breeding and Tdative tiorh. 
[Conducted b; varEoiiB [nveatlgBton.] 

Salaries, statutory $400.00 

Salaries, lump fund 4,600.00 

Stationery, fiHTiiture, suppliefl, etc 800.00 

Miflcellaneous expenBes— freight, express, telephone, etc . . 330. 00 

Traveling and station and field expenses 3,600.00 

Total 9,630.00 

FBOJECTB. 

(1) Breeding rUBt-reeistant asparagus $4,000.00 

(Increase of $2,500 for the elaboration and exten- 
tios of the work.) 

(2) Improvement of potatoes through tuber selections and 

production of new varieties from seed 500.00 

(3) The introduction and improvement of vetches for use as 

cover crops for tobacco fields 3, 130. 00 

(Increase of $2, 500 for the extension of this prom- 
ising line of work.) 
!4) Improvement of various plants by hybridization . . 700. 00 

6) Testing fine-ground field^Bi as a potash fertilizer 1,200.00 



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ESTIUATES FOR DEPABTMENT OP AGRICULTUBB, 1S09. 

BCKEAD OP PLANT INDDSTET— ConUnaed. 

13. SoU bacteriology and luater purification inveatigatumt. 

[Earl F. Ksllermau, pbyslologlBt in ctiarge.] 

Salaries, etatutory 11,200.00 

Salaries, lump fund 12, 000. 00 

Stationery, furniture, supplies, etc 1,800.00 

MiBcellaneous expenses— freight, express, telephone, etc. . 200.00 

Ttavelingand station and field expenses 5,650.00 

Total 20,850.00 

PROJECTS. 

(1) Soil bacteriology investigations 11, 000. 00 

(Increase of f6,000, for more extensive fleld 
work in different parts of the United States.) 

(21 Experimenlfi with legume bacteria 6,300.00 

(3) Water purification investigations 3,550.00 

14. Bionomie invettigalioru of tropical and svitropiaU planU. 

[O. T. Cook, bloaomlat in charge.] 

Salaries, Statutory $1,400.00 

Salaries, lump fund 14, 000. 00 

Stationery, furniture, suppheB, etc 1,375.00 

Miscellaneous expenses — ireieht, express, telephone, etc.. 200.00 

Tiaveling and station and field expenses 3, GOO. 00 

Total 20,475.00 

pROJEtrra. 

(1) Weevil-resistant cotton investigations 10,500.00 

(2) Corn-extension investigations 5,300.00 

(3) Study of the physiology (rf reproduction 1,200.00 

(4) Production of rubber and rubber substitutes in the 

United States 1,200.00 

(5) Bionomic studies of various tropical and subtropical 

plants 2,275.00 

JS. Drug plant, poiiorwua plant, and tea-culture invutigatiotu, 

[Rodne; H. True, pbyaioLogist In cbarge.) 

Salaries, statutory $5,320.00 

Salariee, lump fund 27, 000. 00 

Stationery, furniture, supplies, etc 10,000.00 

Miscellaneous expenses — freirfit, express, telephone, etc.. 896.00 

Traveling and station and field expenses 10,000.00 

Total 53,216.00 

{A) Druff-planI invealtgaliam. 



11 Establishment of the camphor industry— Doctor True. 3, 800. 00 
'2) American hop investigations— W. W. Stockberger, 

ipert 4,000.00 



(S) Study of the methods and means of making and using 

industrial alcohol on the farm— Doctor True 4,500.00 

(Increase of $5,000 is desired for the extension 

of thia year's prel iminar y wOfk.) 

(4) Production of morphine and other alkaloids from poppy 

capsules— Doctor True 2, 500. 00 

(5) Compilation of information on drug plants for publica- 

tion—Alice Hentel, assistant 2, 000. 00 

(6) Testsof variouadrug-producingplants— DoctoiTrue.. 6,616.00 

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84 ESTIMATES FOB DEPAKTMENT OF AGBIOTTLTDBE, lOW. 

BURBAU OF PLANT INDDBTSX— Contloued. 
IS. Dmg plant, poiionoui plant, and Ua-eidtiire invuligatioru — Continued. 

(7) Investigfttiona of the cause of loco-weed diaesBe in 

animab— 0. Dwight Mareh, expert (7,000.00 

(8) Studies of various Btock-poisoning planta — Doctora 

True, Marsh, and Crawford 4,600.00 

(9) Cooperative inveetigationa of stock poiaoniDg on the 

national foreetB— Now conducts by the Forest 
Service in cooperation with Doctor Mareh: 
This work consists of field studies on tlie national for- 
ests and other areas in the West, where great losses 
of BUxk due to poisoning occur, and laboratory in.- 
vestigatLons as to the causes of these losses are con- 
ducted in Washington, D. C. The objects are to 
ascertain what plants are causing the great losses of 
stock in those regions and to give su^estions as to 

treatment 6, 000. 00 

Results; A somewhat careful botanical explora- 
tion has been made of tbe poisonous plant areas in 
the Manti National Forest. Preliminary exami- 
nations of conditions have also been made in Hua- 
chuca and Baboquivan Beservee in Arizona, tbe 
Black Hills Reserve in South Dakota, and the 
Holy Croes Reserve in Colorado. Theee prelimi- 
nary Htudiee show pretty clearly the direction 
which fruitful investigation must take. 

(The increase of J5,000 is desired in order that 
the expenses of this work may be defrayed by the 
Bureau of Plant Industry, to whose province the 
work Ic^cally beloi^.) 
^ 10) Tea investigations in South Carolina— Doctor True. .. 1,800.00 
'11) Tea investigations in Texas — Doctor True in coopera- 
' tionwith A. P. Borden 3,300.00 

(12) Study of the relation of tea constituentH to price and 
quality— Doctor True 500. 00 

(D) BptelaHnPittiffatuiu. 

(13) Lemon investigations 2, 600. 00 

16. Pht/riad laboratory. 

[Ltiiuui J. Biigga, ph;elctaC In oharga.] 

Salaries, statutory HSO.OO 

Salaries, lump fund 8, 500, 00 

Stationery, furniture, aupplieB, etc 3,500.00 

Miscellaneous expenses — freight, express, telephone, etc.. 300.00 

Traveling and aUtion and field expenses 3,216.00 

Total 16,996.00 



(1) Cooperative phyrical investigations in the arid West. . 9, 500. 00 
(Increase of f2,000 for conducting these inves- 
tigations in connection with the cereal farms in 
cooperation with the grain investigations of the 
Bureau, and in connection with the demonstra- 
tion farms on tile reclamation projects in the semi- 
arid West.) 
iXi CentrifugalinvestigationBof plant nutrient solutions.. 4,000.00 
(8) Electrocultural experiments : 2,496.00 



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BnaBAn of PI<ANT INDnSTRT— CoDUnoed. 

11. Crop Uehnology invatigationM. 

[N. A. Cobb, erpert In (Aiugs.] 

Salaries, lump hiniJ |7,00a00 

Slationery, furniture, OupplieB, etc 3,500,00 

Miscellaneous expenses — freight, express, telephone, etc. . 300. 00 

Traveliagand station and field expenses 2,166.00 

Total ' 11,855.00 

PK0JECT8. 

(1) Crop Technology Laboratory 4, 600. 00 

(Increase of $1,200, for the development of the 
work of the laboratory, the inatallation of necea- 
sary additional equipment, etc.) 

(2) Technolc^ical studies of cereals 4, 000. 00 

(Increase of $2,000, foe the normal growth of the 

(3) Improvement of agricultural apparatus 2, 600. 00 

(Increase of $1,400, to elaborate the scope of 
this line of inveetisation.) 

(4) Technological studieaof pluit diseases 856.00 

18. Fiber plant inveitigatioTa. 
[Lfster H. Deve;, botanist In chargs.] 

Salaries, statutory $1,000.00 

Salaries, lump fund 5,000.00 



Miscellaneous expenses — freight, express, t«lephone, etc.. 200.00 



Stationery, furniture, supplies, etc.. 

Miscellaneous expenses — freight, exp , ,. ..... _.. ._ 

Traveling and station and field expenses 960.00 

Total 7,660.00 

PROJECTS. 

(1) Sisal and henequen fiber invest%ations 1, 700. 00 

(Increase of f600 b desired to arrange for trial 
^ntmg in aouihem California and in southern 
FloridaO 

(2) Ixtlee fiber inveatirations 1, 200. 00 

(Increase of 1200 is desired for normal growth of 

(3) Hemp investigations 1,000.00 

S Increase of (200 is desired to aid in a similar 
1 more extensive demonstration in Missouri, 
where hemp growing was discontinued fifty years 
ago. Work on the production of hemp seed of 
improved varieties is also contemplated.) 

(4) Flax fiber investigations 800. 00 

(Increase of $100 tor extension of work.) 

(61 Bamie fiber investigations 460.00 

(6) Ciaodfication of cotton varieties 2,600.00 

19. Taxonomie tnvut^afiofu. 

[Trederlok V. CovtUe, botanist Id duuge.] 

Salaries, statutory 16,720.00 

Salaries, lump fund 14,500.00 

Stationery, furniture, supplies, etc 2,000.00 

Miscellaneous expenses— freight, express, telephone, etc. . 300. 00 

Traveling and station and field expenses 2,690.00 

Total 26,210.00,. , 

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BUBBAU OP PLANT INDDSTEY— CbDUnned, 

19. Taxonomie inveftijKitum*— Oontiiiued. 



(1) Study and improvement of grazii^ areas in the aor 

tional forestB K 000. 00 

(2) Preparstion of a manual of the American grasBea 6. 500. 00 

(3) Economic collections ofepecimena of cultivated plants- 6,500.00 

(4) Preparation for publicatLon of notee of Dr. Edward 

Palmer on economic planta 2,500.00 

(5) Preparation of a catalogue of the literature of botany. . . 2, 000. 00 

/6) Preparation of a manual of the flora oi Alaska 1,500.00 

/7) Care ot botanical laboratoriee 2,710.00 

10. FeoTn-Tiuinagement invettigalioTU, 
[W. J. SplUmBn.sgrlGultorlit Id duu^l 

Salaries, statutory (10,500.00 

Salariee, lump fund 50,000.00 

Stationery, furniture, euppliea, etc 6,000.00 

Miscetlaneous expeneeB— freight, ezprees, telephone, etc . . 500. 00 

Tnveling and station and field expenees 26,906.00 

Total 92,806.00 

PROJECTS , 
lA') Farm managaaait dittrtelt. 

(1) District No. 1, North Carolina, South Carolina, and 

Florida 2, 630. 00 

(2) District No. 2, Alabama and Uississippi 4,000.00 

(3) District No. 3, Louiaiana and Arkansae 6, 850. 00 

(4) District No. 4, Texas 6,250.00 

(5) District No. 5, New York and the New England States. 4, 686, 00 

(Incresae of (1,750 for an aaaiatant to Mr. Dodge, 
and traveling expenses.) 

(6) District No. 6, Oregon, Washington, and Idaho 6,785.00 

(Increase of (l,750for an assistant to Mr. Hunter, 
and traveling expenses.) 
District No. 7, Eaneaa, Nebiaska, Iowa,and Missouri . 3, 700. 00 
District No. 8, Virnnia, Maryland, Delaware, and 
West Virginia, H. A. Miller, assistant agriculturist 
in charge: 
The work in this district is similar to that in Dis- 
trict No. 1, previously described, with the excep- 
tion of those lines bearing directly on the cotton 

boll weevil problem 2, 160. 00 

(Amount allotted for fiscal year 1908, (2,150.) 

ReeulUi: A general agricultural survey of this 

district was made during the past year, and work 

has begun on the most urgent problems in the 

peanut, tobacco, and gi^n sections. 

(9) Distnct No. 9^ Kentucky and Tennessee: 

The work in this district is similar to tluLt in Dis- 
trict No. 1, previously described 1,000.00 

(Amount aUotted for fiscal year 1908, (1,000.) 

Results: The preliminary work has resulted in 
securing much valuable data, which will aid in 
the inauguration of active work in this district 
during the present year. 

(10) District No. 10, New Jersey and Pennsylvania: 

The work in this district is similar to thai, in District 
No. 1, previously described, with the exception 
of those Ihiee bearing directly on the cotton boll 
weevil problem 1, 770i 00 

(Amount allotted for fiscal year 1908, (1,770.) 

Results: The preliminary work baa teeulted in 
securing much valuable data irtiich wUl aid in ^ 

the inauguration of active work in thia district i (urodcivCjOO^^ i 

during the present year. o 



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BUEBAX: OF PIAHT INDUSTKX— CoDtloned. 

to. Ftirm'tiutnaganeiUinvatigatwtw—Contimied, 

I) Diatrict No. II, WiscoDsin, Michigan, Minnesota, 

North Dakota, and South Dakota: 

The work in this district ie similar to that in District 

No. 1, previously described, with the exception 

of th(«e lines bearing directly on the cotton boll 

weevil problem $4, OOOl 00 

(Amount allotted for fiscal yew 1908, $4,000.) 

Results: The preliminaiy work has resulted m 

securing much valuable <&ta which will aid in 

the inauguration of active work in this district 

during the present year. 

S) District No. 12, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, Nevada, 

and Western Colorado — David Griffiths, assistant 

wriculturist in charge: 

The work in tti'" district is similar to that in District 
No. 1, previously described, with the exception 
of those lines bearing directly on the cotton boll 

weevil problem 1 200. 00 

(Amount allotted (or fiscal year 1908, $1,200.) 

Results; The preliminary work has resulted in 

securing much valuable liata which will aid in 

the inauguration of active work in this district 

during the present year. 

I) Methods of eiadicating weeds 3, 800, 00 

(Increase of $600 for additional assistance and 
field work.) 

1) Hay and hay making 3,225.00 

i) Farm practice in tne production of forage tor beet 

cattle and sheep 6, 500. 00 

(Increase of $1,300 for increase of $300 in Mr. 
Cotton's salary and salf^ of one assistant.) 
I) Farm practice in the production of forage for hogs — 2, 000. 00 
(Increase of $200 for increase of Mr. Quinn's 
salaiy.) 

■) Study of farm equipment 2,600.00 

>) Manures and fertilizers :... 2,500.00 

I) Soiling and silage crops 2,620.00 

I) Farm practice in com culture 2,120.00 

S Trucking on diversification farms 2,000.00 

t) Cassava mvestigations 1, 250. OO 

I) Study of coarse legumee 1, 500. 00 

(Increase of $500 for an increase of $200 in Mr. 
Crosby's salary and additional traveling ex- 
penses.) 
! Diversification of crops on rice lands 800.00 

Study of farm practice in cereal culture and collec- 
tion of phenological data regarding crop production. 2,000.00 
(Increase of $200 for mcrease of Mr. Miller's 
salary.) 

i) Miscellaneous studies of farm practice 4,040.00 

(Increase of $1,140 for increase of $300 is Mr, 
Dodge's salary, increase of $200 in Mr. Drake's 
salaiy, and additional traveling expenses.) 

') Study of business systems in farming 6, 880. 00 

(Increase of $1,000 for additional traveling and 
miscellaneous expenses in securing recwds.) 

\) Range investigations 2,610.00 

i) Cactus investigations 2, 640. 00 

<} Agricultural surveys 1, 000. 00 

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38 ESTIMATES FOH DEPABTMENT OF AGRIGULTUBB, IM 

BDBBAU OE- PLAKT INDCSTRX— ContlDiied. 

tl. Oram invettigaliont. 

(U. A. Cutelon, cereallat Indulge.) 

ftOwiee, statutory 53,780.00 

Salariee, lump fund 30,000.00 

Stationeiy, fumiture, supplies, etc 1,500.00 

HiccellaneouB expenses— freight, express, telephone, etc.. 400.00 

Ti&veling and et&tion and field expenses S, 563.00 

Total 42,243.00 

FKOJECTS. 

(1) Wheat inveetifiationa 4,500.00 

(2) Oat investigations 5,500.00 

'") Sarley investigations 3,600.00 

) Sorghum investigations 3,500.00 

J Cereal diaeases 6,500.00 

) Grain experimenta ia the Texas Panhandle 3,500.00 

1 Invertigations of dry-land cereals 8,443.00 

) Crop rotations in relation to cereals 2,500.00 

} Study of the efiect of enviromnenton the composition 

of grains 2,000.00 

(10) Investigation of the food value of grains 2,300.00 

tt. Grain itandardiaition. 

[John D. Shauohan, eipert In oha^e.] 

Salaries, lump fund $40,000.00 

Stationery, furniture, supplies, etc 12,000.00 

Miscellaneous expensea-^ight, express, telephone, et«- . 600. 00 

Rent 3,500.00 

Traveling and station and field expenses 9,000.00 

Total 66,000.00 

(1) l4>boratory investifntions in grain standardization, . 

Washington, D. C 9,800.00 

{Increase of $1,200 is desired for the installation 
of neceasaiy and improved apparatus in order to 
extend and improve the facilities and work of this 
project.) 

(2) European grain standardization laboratory 4,000.00 

(Increase of $600 is deeired for the reason that 
the allotment for the work this year is inade- 
quate to get beet results and information for the 
purposes of the project of grain standardization.) 

(3) Grain etandardiEation laboratory, Baltimore, Md 6,000.00 

(Increase of |500 for additional apparatus, elab- 
orating the work, and extending the facilities of 
the laboratory.) 

(4) Grain standardization laboratory. New Orleans, La 5,000.00 

(Increase of 1500 for additional apparatus, elab- 
oratiiw the work, and extending the facilities of 
the laboratory.) 
(6) Grain standardization laboratory, Duluth, Minn. — 
F. J. Byder, assistant: 
The work in this laboratory is practically similar to 
that of the Baltimore laboratory previously lie- 
scribed. The laboratory was eetablished at this 
point for the reason that it is one of the principal 
distributing and export points for the hard spring 
wheaM grown in tae northwest section, and M 
which point the Department has excellent facili* 
ties for studying theee wheats. The aim is to k- 
cute mnplee of grain paniiig tbiou^ tba Duluth 

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BCBDAD OF PLANT INDUSTRT— Contloaed. 

ff. Orain ilandardiiaiion — Continued. 

(6) Qrain Btandardiz&tion laboratory, Duluth, Hinn. — 

F. J. Ryder, assistant — Oontinued. 
market, and such information and data concerning 
the huidling, shipping, Btoting, and inspecting oi 
grain at thlBpoint as will aid in toe establishment of 

defiifite and honest grades f6, 000. 00 

(Amount alloted lea fiscal year 1908, $4,800.) 
Results; This laboratory ts eapeclally impor- 
tant ae representing giain in tne hard spring 
wheat growing section of the Northwest, and was 
opened for business about October 1 of this year. 
About 300 Bamples have been submitted to and 
analyzed by this laboratory. Considerable in- 
formation and data have been collected relatii^ to 
the handling, shipping, Btoring, aai inspecting of 
grain at this point, eepecially with reference to 
what is known as me dockage eystem. In other 
words, fiTing the amount ol weed seeds, dirt, and 
foreign material in these wheats. 

(The increase of 9200 is desired for additional 
apparatus, elaborating the work, and extendii^ 
the faciliti^ of the laboratory.) 
(S) Grain standardization labcuatory, Minneapolis, Minn. — 
L. A. Fitz, assistant: 
The work in this laboratory is practically similar to 
that of the Baltimore laboratory previously de- 
scribed. The laboratory was established at this 
point for the reason that it is one of the principal 
milling and distributing points for the h^ apnng 
wheats grown in the northwest section, and at 
which point the Department has excellent facili- 
ties for studying the milling of these wheats. The 
aim is to secure samples of grain passing through 
the market and into the mills at Minneapolis, and 
such information and data concerning the han- 
dling, milling, ehipping, storing, and inn>ecting of 
grain at this point as will aid in the establishment 

of definite and honest grades 6,000.00 

(Amount allotted for fiscal year 1908, «,800.) 
Results: This laboratory is eepecially impor- 
tant as representing the milling and marketing of 
nun in the hard spring wheat growing section of 
file Northwest, and was opened lor business Octo- 
ber 1 of this year. About 300 samples have been 
submitted to and analyzed by this laboratory. 
Considerable information and data have been 
collected relating to the milling, handling, ship- 
ping, storing, and inspecting of grain at this point, 
especially with reference to what is known as the 
dockc^e system in connection with its value from 
the miller B point of view. 

(Increase of $200 for additional appajatus, 
elaborating the work and extending the facilities 
of the laboratory.) 

(7) Grain standardization laboratory, St. Louis, Ho.— W. 

F. Carroll, assistant: 
The work in this laboratory is practically similar to 
that of the Baltimore laboratory previously de- 
scribed. The laboratory was eatablished at thia 
point for the reason that it is one of the principal 
I distributing and milling points for the i&ard and 

soft winter wheats grown m the Middle Northwest 
section. There is also much grain, including com, 
shipped from this point to the Gulf ports for ez- 



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BURHAC OP PLANT INDUSTRY— Coatinued. 

tt. Orain ttandwditation — Continued. 

(7) Gntiii standcirdizatioa laboratory, St. louis, Mo. — W. 

P. CarroJl, assifltant — Continued, 
port, and at this point the Department has excel- 
lent facilities foi studyii^ these feattu^. The 
aim is to secure samples ot grain paesing through 
the market and into the mUls at thb point and 
such infonnation and data conccmii^ the hand- 
Ui^, sfaippii^, storing, and inspecting of grain at 
this point as will aid in the eatablishment of defi- 
nite and honest grades $5, 000, 00 

(Amount allotted for fiscal yean 1908, 94,800.) 
Results; This laboratory is especially impor- 
tant as representing the hard ana soft red winter 
wheats and com grown in the Middle West section 
and was opened for business about September 16 
of this year. About 400 samples have been sub- 
mitted to and analyzed by this laboratory. Con- 
siderable information and data have heen'collected 
relatine to the handling, milling, shipping, stor- 
ing, and inspecting of grain at this point, especially 
with reference to the milling of wheats grown in 
this section, and the shipiacnt of com to porta on 
the Gulf of Mexico for export. 

(Increase of |200 for additional apparatus, elab- 
orating the work, and extending the facilities of 
the laboratory.) 

(8) Grain standardization laboratory, New York, N. Y. — 

C. E. Leigthy, assistant: 
The work at this laboratory is to be practically sim- 
ilar 1o that of the Baltimore laboratory, previously 
described. The laboratory was established e^ 
this point for the reason that it is the laiveet ex- 

Krt market for cereal grains in the Unitea States, 
Bides being a North Atlantic port, at which 
point the Department will have excellent &kciU- 
ties for studymg aU classes of commercial grains 
in connection with the climatic conditions of the 
North Atlantic coast, and to collect such informa- 
tion and data concerning tjie handling, shipping, 
Storing, and inspecting of grain at this point as wOl 
aid in the estciblishment of definite and honest 

grades 5,000.00 

(Amount allotted for fiscal year 1908, $4,500.) 
Reeulte: This laboratory nas not yet been 
opened for businees on account of the new custom- 
house at this point, in which the laboratory is to 
be located, not having been finished, and it is 
hoped to open it early m the year, when it will be 
especially important as representing all kinds of 
c^eal grains handled at a North Atlantic seaport. 
(Increase of 1500 for additional apparatus, elab- 
orating the work, and estendii^ trie facilities (d 
Oie laboratory.) 

(9) Grain standardization laboratory, Buffalo, N. Y.: 

The work to be essentially the same as at the other 
laboratories. At this point the Department would 
have especially good opportunities tor studyina; 
the handling, shipping, storing, distributing, and 
inspecting of grain at one of the largest interior 
distributii^ points for same in the United States, 
where practically all kinds and classes of grain 
grown m the United States and Canada are con- 
centrated. The Buffalo Com Exchange has uiged 
the eetabliahment of this laboratory 3, 700. 00 



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BtJRBAO OF PLANT INDDaTBI — CODtlnaea. 

It. drain tlandirduation — Continued. 

(10) Gmin Btandardization laboi«tory, Chicago, HI. : 

The work to be eeeentially the same ae at the other ' 
laboratories now established. It is desired to 
place a laboratory at this point for the reason that 
it is the lareeet primary grain market in the world; 
conaequently, tbe Deputment will have especi- 
ally good facilities for studying queetioiiB in con- 
nection with the ep-^ bueinen generally. The 
Chicago Board of Trade tias urged the establish- 
ment of this laboratory ; |3, 60O, 00 

(11) Grain standardization laboratory, Kansas City, Mo.: 

The work to be essentially the same as at cne other 
laboratories now eetabliahed. It is desired to 
establi^ a laboratory at this point for the reason 
that it is the largest primary market for hard red 
winter wheat, and the Department will have 
especially good facilities for studying this wheat 
and the methods of handling it. The Kansas City 
Board of Trade hafl urged the establishment of 
this laboratory 3, 200. 00 

(12) Grain standard ization laboratory, Philadelphia, Fa.: 

The work to be eseentially the same as at the other 
laboratories now established. It is deeired to 
establish a laboratory at this point, which is 
neither a northern nor a eouthem Atlantic port, 
and from which large quantities of com are ex- 
ported annually. The Department will have 
good opportunities to study the export of com, and 
the weather conditions anecting it as compared 
with New York, Baltimore, and NewOrleans. The 
Philadelphia Commercial Exchang* has urged the 
establishment of this laboratory 3, 200. OO 

(13) Grain and flour testing laboratory: 

This laboratory is desired for the reason that it is 
believed that it will be of great benefit and value 
to the millers of wheat and other cereals in this 
country, and that it will be important in fixing the 
manufacturing and milling 'ralues of the cereal 
grains grown in the United States. It is impctrtant 
^t careful investigations be made of the bread- 
making value of wheats as there are many factors 
that enter into these values, upon which very 
little scientific work has been done, and it is 
essential that these be worked out in connection 
with the establishment of United States standards 
for grain grades 7,500.00 

23. Jrlington txperimenlxU farm and truck crop inveatigatioiis. 

[L. C. Corbett, hortlcnltorist In charge.] 

Salaries, statutory 16,460.00 

Salariea, lump fund 21,000.00 

Stationery, furniture, supplies, etc 8,500.00 

Miscellaneous expenses — rreight, express, telephone, etc.. 200.00 

Traveling and station and field espeDses 3,615.00 

Total 39,776.00 



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BUKBAU OF FIiANT INBD8TBX — Cootlnned. 



(1) The Arlington (Va.) esperimentAl (ann— PrgteaBor 

Corbett $22,000.00 

(2) Study of the conditioDB favoring the forcing of plants — 

Profesoor Corbett 3,000.00 

(3) Truck crop mirvey—Profeasor Corbett 4,600.00 

(Increaae of $1,000 is desired for the extension 
of the work.) 

(4) DemonstxationB of truck growiiig on rice ladds— W. R. 

Beattie, assiBtant horticultunst S, 600. 00 

(Increaae of f500 is desired for th« eztenmon of 
the work.) 

(BJ Iriah-potato tnalfl— Prof emor COTbett 1,600.00 

(B) Sweet^potato investigations— Protewor Corbett 1, 000. 00 

(7) Peanut investigations — W. R. Beattie, assistant horti- 

culturist 1, 000. 00 

(The increase of $200 is desired for the selection 
and improvemeid of seed of standard sorts and for 
the puTcbaae and distribution of improved stock 
seed.) 

(8) Onion investigations — Professor Corbett 1,000.00 

(Increase of f300 is desired to provide means for 
starting special improvement in the seed of 
standaJd varieties of^ noriiiem-^wn onions, and 
the investigation of the conditions under which 
Bermuda onion seed is produced, with a view to 
their betterment.) 

(9) Miscellaneous horticultuial investigations — Professor 

Corbett 2,276.00 

t4- Sugar-beet inveetigatvmi. 

[C. O. Tovmend, patholog[at In oharge.] 

Salaries, statutory $1,840.00 

Salaries, lump fund 14,000.00 

Stationery, furniture, suppliea, etc 150.00 

Miscellaneous expenses — freight, express, telephone, etc. - 100. OO 

Traveling and station and fioEd expenses 8,077.00 

Total 24,167.00 

PROJECTS. 

!1) Production of Bingle-germ sugar-beet seed 6, 200. 00 
2) Production of alkali and drought resistant strains of 

sugar beets 1,600.00 

(5) Improvement of methods of growii^ si^ar beets 2, 000. 00 

(Increase of $600 is desired Tor the continuation 
and extension of the work.) 
(4) Improvement of methods of siloii^ sugar beets 1, 700.00 

(The increase of $500 is desired to test the value of 
fungicides upon beet roots before siloing as a means 
ofpreventingdecay, to test siloii^in sand, to deter- 
mine the relative value of the pit, the shallow 
trench, or the elevation as the foundation for the 
silo and to determine beet methods of siloing in 
different localities, so that beet«eed growing may 
be extended.) 

(6) Study of diseases of the sugar beet and allied plants.. 8, GOO. 00 

(Increase of $500 is desired for the development 
and extension of the work.) 



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ESTIMATES FOB DEPABTMEHT OF AQBIC1JI.TUBE, 1^09. 
BTJBBAU OF PLANT INDC8TET— Continued. 

B4- Sugar-betl inv«»tigation» — Contiiiued. 

(6) Selection of Bugar beets for mcreaaed toaa&g6 and 

quality f2, 000.00 

(IncTease of $600 is desired to en&ble ua to cross 
the stock beet with sugar beets of high sugar con- 
tent with a view to producing a large beet very 
rich in sugar, thereby trebling the sugar yield per 
acre, and to enable us to conduct tneee experi- 
ments in several lecalitieB for the purpose of find" 
ing, if possible, conditions under which mora 
marked and rapid results may be obtained.) 

(7) Selection of sugar beela for early maturity 1,367.00 

(Increase '«f $500 is desired for the normal 
growth of the work.) 

(8) Study of the effect of fertilizers on sugar beets 1,300.00 

(Increase of |500 is desired for studying the 
causes of these diSeiesces in order to detennine 
whether certain soils under certain conditions do 
not allow the fertilizer to become effective, or 
whether the particular fertilizer tested is not suit- 
able for sugar beets.) 

(9) Inveetigationsof theprogressof thebeet-sugarindustry. 5,500.00 

16. Wettem agricultttral ectenacn. 

[Call B. BcoBeld, agrlcultnrlat In cbuge.] 

Salaries, Statutory 12,280.00 

Salaries, lump fund 9,500.00 

Stationery, fiimiture, supplies, etc 1,000.00 

Miscellaneous expenses— freteht, express, tolephone, eto. - 600. 00 

Tnvetingand station and field expenses 5,045.00 

Total 18,326.00 



(1) Fallon, Nov., experiment farm 6,000.00 

(The increase of $500 is desired for the employ- 
ment of additional labor to carry on the experi- 
ments now under way.) 

(2) Yuma, Ariz., experiment farm 5,000.00 

(The increase of $500 is desired for the purchase 
of additional equipment for carrying on the ex- 
periments.) 

(3) Bellefourche, S. Dak,, experiment farm— Mr. Scofield, 

in cooperation with E. C. Chilcott, agriculturist 
in chaige of diy-land agriculture investigations: 
This work, which is conducted in cooperation with 
other olDcesof the Bureau, consists of experiments 
with crops and tillage methods on the irrigated por- 
tion of the experiment farm at Bellefourcne. Tbis 
farm consists of a tract set aside by the Keclama- 
tion Service, a part of which is under irrigation. 
(The work on the unirrigated portion of the tract 
IB described under dry-land agriculture investi- 
gations, post) 4,326.00 

(Amount allotted lor fiscal year 1908, $3,325.) 

Results: No irrigation work has been carried on 

this year. The money allottod has been used for 

purchasing equipment and for aiding the work on 

tiie irrigated portion of the farm. 



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44 ESXJMATES FOB DEPABTMBNT OP AGBIOULTUBE, 1909. 

BUBEAD OF PLANT INDC3TBI— CoDtlDoed. 

tS. Wutem agricultural exWigion — Continued. 

(4) Minidoka, Idaho, eiperiment farm; 

This work is h> be similar to that on tlie reclamation 
projects, an agreement having be^n reached with 
the Reclamation Service for the assignment ol a 
partoi the land on the Minidoka project in southern 
Idaho ?1,500.00 

(6) Klamath Falls, Oreg, eiperiment tarm: 

The work to be dmilar to that to be taken up at 
Minidoka, Idaho. The Reclamation Service has 
wreed to furnish a part of the land of the Klamath 
^llsproject, located in southern Oregon 1,600.00 

t€. Dry-land agricidtuTol investigafiom. 
[B. C. Chllcott, sgrJcultnriit la obarge.] 

Salaries, Btatulory 11,000.00 

Salaries, lump fund 20,000.00 

Stationer!^ furniture, suppliea, etc 4,500.00 

Uiecellaneous eipenseH— freight, express, telephone, etc. . 200. 00 

Tiavelingand station and field expenses 8,516.00 

Total 34,216.00 



(1) BicUuBon project, southwestern North Dakota 1,950.00 

(Increase of (450 for defraying the additional ex- 
pense involved in the greater amount and higher 
quality ol the scientific invest%ation which na- 
turallv results from the development of the field 

(2) Williston project, northern Nortli Dakota— Professor 

Chllcott: 
The work planned for on this project is essentially 
similar to that on the Dickinson project, previously 
described 1, 950. 00 

(Amount allotted tor fiscal year 1908, $500.) 

Beeults: Field work on this project has not yet 
been begun, owing to the failure of the North Da- 
kota Experiment Station to secure suitable land. 
It is believed that it wiU be begun early next 
spring. 

(Increase of (1,450 for defraying the additional 
expense involved in the greater amount and 
higher quality of the scientific investigations 
which naturafly result from the development of 
the field work.) 
<3) Edgeley project, southeastern North Dakota 1,950.00 

(Increase of $250 for defraying the additional 
expense involved in the grater amount and 
higher quality of the scientific investigations 
which naturally result from the development of 
the field work.) 

(4) Highmore project, northern South Dakota 1, 950. 00 

(increase of $250 for defraying the additional 
expense involved in the greater amount and 
higher quality of the scientific investigations 
which naturally result from the development of 
the field work.) 

(5) Bellefourche project, northwestern South Dakota 6,000.00 

(Increase of $750 for defraying the additional 
expense involved in the peater amount and 
quality of the scientific mvest^tions which 
naturally result from the development of th« 
field work.) 



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ESTIMATES FOB DEPARTMENT OP AGBIOULTUBE, 1909. 

BTtRBAO OF PLANT INDDSTRY— Contdnaed. 

t6. Dry-land agrieuXlvTal invettigationt — Contiiiued. 

(6) North Platte project. Nebraska $2,150.00 

(Increase of f450 tor defraying the additional 
ise involved in the greater amount and 

„ .r quality of scientific investigations which 
result from the development of the field work.) 

(7) Haye project, northern Kansas 1,950.00 

(Increase of |250 for defraying the additional ex- 
pense involved in the greater amount and higher 
quality of the scientific mvestigationfl which natu- 
rally result from the development of the field work.) 

(8) GardenCityproject.eouthwestemKanBafl _, 2,460,00 

(Increase of $450 for defraying the additional ex- 
pense involved in the greater amount and higher 
quality of the scientific investigations which natu- 
rally reault from the development of the field work.) 

(9) Akron project, northeastern Colorado — Profeasor Chil- 

The work on this project ieeesentiallysiniilar t« that 
of the XKckinson project, previously described, ex- 
cept that the experiments are being carried on with- 
out the cooperation of the Colorado State Experi- 
ment Station. The people of Akron and vicinity 
have furnished the liid and improvements to the 
valueof $3,000. All teams, tools, implements, and 

other equipment are provided by this Office 4, 000. 00 

(Amount allotted for fiscal year 1908, 13,400.) 
Results: The funds bo far expended have been 
almost entirely for the salary of tne superintendent, 
for equipment, and for breaking and preparing the 
land for crops. Some fall planting was done and 
the remainder of the tract will be seeded in the 
Bpring. 

(Increase of $600 for defraying the additional ex- 
pense involved in the greater amount and higher 
quahty of the scientific mvestigations which natu- 
rally reeult from the development of the field work.) 

(10) Amarilio project, Texas Panhandle 1,960.00 

(Increase of $250 for defraying the additional ex- 
pense involved in the greater amount and higher 
quality of the scientific inveetigations which nat- 
urally result from the development of the field 

(11) Dalhart project, Texas — Professor Chilcott: 

The work on this project is essentially similar to that 
of the Dickinson project, except that the experi- 
ments are carriea on without the cooperation of 
tiie Texas State Experiment Station. The peo- 
ple of Balhart and vicinity furnished the land and 
improvements to the amount of t4,000. All 
teams, tools, implements, and other equipment are 

provided by this office 4, 000. 00 

(Amount allotted for fiscal year 1908, $3,066.) 
Reeults: The funds so far expended have been 
almost entirely for the salary of the superintend- 
ent, for equipment, and for breaking and prepar- 
ing the tajid for crops. 

(Increase of $934 for defraying the additional ex- 
pense involved in the greater amount and quality 
of the scientific investigations which naturally re- 
sult from the development of the field work.) 



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46 ESTIMATES FOB DBPABTMBNT OF AQBIOUI/CTTBB, 1909. 

BUBEAU OB" PI-ANT INDUSTBT— CoDUuoed. 

tS. Dry-land agricuUural fnvMt^af um«— Cod tinued. 

(12) Judith Baffin projectj Montana— Profeaeor Chilcott: 

The work of this project is eesentially similar to that of 

the Dickinson project pteviously described 11,950.00 

(Amonnt allotted tor fiacal year 1908, fl.BOO.) 

Results: Thelandon thm)rojectwasrawprairie 

and had to be subdued. lorty acres was Broken 

last spring and has since been backset and pre- 

parea for seeding in the spring. 

(Increase of (450 for defiaying the additional ex- 
pense involved in the greater amount and higher 
quality of scientific investigations which naturally 
result from the development of the field work.) 

(13) New project in dir-land wriculture; 

During the fiscal year 1909, it is proposed to establish 
one new project. At present it seems that the 
Chadron project is the one most urgently demand- 
ed, as the sand-hills district of northern Nebraska 
and southern South Dakota is not represented in 
OUT present scheme. It may be, however, that it 
will prove even more desirable to eetablirfi a sta- 
tloD in Oklahoma, New Mexico, or the southern 
Panhandle of Texas. Wherever eetablisbedj the 
work will be substantially the same as the projects 
already established. The amount necessary to in- 
augurate work on a new project will be 1, 96fl.00 

S7. Pomologioal colltctUnu. 
[G. B. Biacliett, pomologlat In chai^.] 

Sabries, statutory 110,510.00 

Salaries, lump fund 6,600.00 

Stationery, tuinituie, supplies, etc 300.00 

Miscellaneous expenses— freight, express, telephone, etc . . 63. 00 

Traveling and station and field expenses 80.00 

Total 17,483.00 



(1) Collection and dissemination of information relating to 

the fruit industry 3, 483. 00 

f21 Identification and deecriptioa<^ fruila 3,000.00 

13) Simplification and purification of fruit nomenclature. .. 4,000.00 

(4) Modeling and painting of fruits 4,000.00 

(5) Cooperative experimental orchard on the Arlington 

farm 3,000.00 

X8. FSeld invettigationt in prmtology. 

[Winiam A. Taylor and Q. Harold Powell, pomologlata Id abuse.] 

Salaries, statutory $5, 16a 00 

Salaries, lump fund 32,ODaOO 

Stationery, furniture, supplies, etc 14,000^00 

Miscellaneous expenses — freight, express, telephone, etc-- 600.00 

Traveling and station and field expenses 16, 92&(ID 

Total 67,686.00 



Vi.) Experimental export shipments of fruits 6,000.00 

(2) Improvement ol metboOB of packing and h ambling 

winter apples 6,00a00 

(Increase of $500 for investigating conditions 
to wbicli fruit is subjected on shipboard and in 
foreign markets. ) 

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XSTIMATES FOB DBFABTMENT OF AGBIOITLTUBE, 1M». 47 

BUBEJAU OF FUNT INDDSTBT— CoBUniMd. 
S8. Field invetligaiioTU tn pomologif — Contmued. 

(3) Improvement of methodg of packing and ahippiog 

California oranges and deciduousfniit (24,000.00 

(Increase of S2,000 needed for piecooling ex- 
pOTimentB.) 

(4) Improvementa in transportation of Florida orang[ee 10, 000. 00 

(Increase of tl,000 for field expraisee in ex- 
tension of work.) 

Improvement of fniit-storage methods 6,000.00 

[tt) Development of phyUoxera-resietant grape stocks and 
deteiimsation ot tiieir congeniality to idnifem vari- 
eties 4,000.00 

Vinifera grape investigations 2,500.00 

81 BotundiiolJa giape investigations 2, 000. 00 

9) 3tndy of miscellaneous viticulturol problems 1, 500. 00 

'lO) Study of the adaptability of apples and other fruits 

t» difierent sections 2, 800. 00 

(11) Phenol(«ical investigations of fruit culture 1,566.00 

(12) Study of the relative merit and adaptability of pecan 

varieties 2, 721. 00 

(Increase of |221 for additional field expenses.) 

t9. Greenhomei, garden*, andgroitndt. 

[E. U. Bymn, saperlnttndsnt.] 

Salariee, Statutory 123,620.00 

Salaries, lump fund 8,000.00 

Stationery, furniture, eupplies, etc 7,000.00 

Miscellaneous expenses — freight, exprees, telephone, etc. . 2, 220. 00 

Total 4(^740.00 

(1) General cars {tf Department grounds 12,500.00 

(2) Care of greeoliouBee and coUections of plants under 

^ 10,000.00 

(3) Propagation of plants for decorative and other pur- 

poses 9,000.00 

(4) Repair and consbuction cd greenhouses, etc 9,240.00 

SO' Seed and plant mtrothction. 
[DaiKI Falrchlld, igiicoltnnl eiplaw id charge.] 

Salariea, Statutory 9i,740,QO 

Salaries, lump fund 15,000.00 

Statioaery, furniture, supplies, etc 12,000.00 

Miscellaneous expenses— freieht, express, telephone, etc., 2,600.00 

Traveling and station and field expenses 11,350.00 

Total 41^690.00 



(1) General expenses of office ti Seed and Plant Introduc- 

tion 8,660.00 

(2) Agricultural explorations in foreifli countries 22,100.00 

(The increase of $6,000 is desired tar further ex- 
plorations in northern Siberia. The purpose is 
to send out again in search of other hardy fcoage 
and fruit plants that will be of use in the severe 
climate of the Northwest. As tbe climate of 
Siberia is even more severe and as the things 
tested from there have proven unusually hardy, 
the probabilities tt gettu^ valuable things is ft 
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48 EBTIKCATBS FOB DEPABTMENX OF AGBIOUI/TUBE, 1909. 

BDBElAn OF PLANT IHDDBTKY — ContlDued. 

SO. Seed and piont »?i/rodudwi— Continued. 

(Z) Grape in veatigations J2,000.00 

(41 Date introductions and date ^ardena 2,000.00 

(6) Globe artichoke and chayote introductions 1,150.00 

(6) HiscellaneouB plant introductions 450.00 

(7) Bamboo introduction: 

The timber bamboos of the Orient are amoi^ tlie 
most profitable plant culturee of the OrientalB. 
Scattering groves of theee plants in America have 
demonstrated that they will grow in the United 
States. To prove that they can be grown profit- 
ablv on land that is not now occupied by crops, 
Bucn as the " cane brake " lands of the Soutn, is tlie 
object of this project. The uses in this country to 
which bamboos can be put are also being studied, 
and it is probable that m cooperagej as temporary 
irrigation pipes, for Bcreona, for vine stalts, list 
many kinds of furniture, for bean poles, for l^t 
handles for orchard tools, etc., they are to play an 
important part in ttds country, as they do in all 

countries where they are grown 1,730.00 

(Amount allotted for fiscal year 1908, $1,730.) 
Results: Early introduction b into our plant 
garden have been growing successfully, and an 
explorer has been appointed to get up a shipment 
of the best timber forms and import them the com- 
ii^ spring. Hardier forms than the Japanese have 
b^n found in China, drought -resisting forms are 
ordered from India, and the tropical giant forms 
are requeeted by the planters in Pori» Eico. 

(8) Hississippi Valley Plant Introduction Garden, Ames, 

Mr. Fairchild, in cooperation with Mr. S. A. Beach, 
collaborator. This garden has just been estab- 
lished as a propagating garden where the hatAj 
Iruit plants secured by explorers and by corre- 
i^ondence can be multiplied, and from which thejr 
can be distributed to the great Mississippi region, 
where there is a great demand for hardier fruits ana 
where there are a lai^e number of plant breedets 
who are at the preeent time trying to develop va- 
rieties of hardy fruits which will stand the severe 

climate of the region 1,000.00 

(Amount allotted for fiscal year 190S, tl,000.) 
Results: Suitable stocks and seedlings have 
been gotten together, and a search is being started 
in Central Aaia preparatory to sending an explorer 
there next season after the wild apples, pears, and 
other fruits known to occur there and believed to 
be invaluable for breeding experiments. 

(9) Introduced grains 2, 000. 00 

(10) Mattii^ plant introduction 3,100.00 

(11) Brewing barley investigatioQfl 4,400.00 

SI. Forage crop invuligatwni. 

[C. V. Plpei, agrostologlst In cboige.] 

Salaries, statutory $3,600.00 

Salaries, lump fund 18,000.00 

Stationery, furniture, supplies, etc 6,695.00 

Miscellaneous expenses — freight, express, telephone, etc.. 1,600.00 

Traveling and station and field expenses 6,000.00 

TotaJ 35,696.00. 



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BCRBAD OF PLANT INDD8TRY— Continued. 

SI. Forage crop tiMJ«iiffatw>n«— Continued. 

FK0JBCT8. 

(1) Alfalfe inveBt^tiona $8,880.00 

(The ?2,880 increase aeked for is to permit the 
more rapid eitension of the two varieties above 
mentioned; also topuBh investigations on alfalfa- 
seed production in the United Statea,) 

(2) InveBtieatjona of new and standard giassee fi, 500. GO 

(The increase oF $1,000 is desired for extending 
the work in breeding grasses.) 

(3) Cowpea investigations 2,600.00 

(The increBBO of {500 is aaked for to be used in 
increase of salary, |200, and a seed-growing con- 
tract, (300.) 

(4) Vetch inveatigations 2, 500. 00 

(The increase of $600 is desired for the extension 
of the work.) 

(5) Sorghum inveetigationB 3,000.00 

(The $500 increase is desired for enlarging the 
acreage for experimenting and for growing seed.) 

(6) Adaptation of soy beauB to rice lands 2,500.00 

(The $500 additional is desired to grow seed, 
(300, and to increase salary, $200.) 

(7) Investigatiou of foraee crops tor the cotton boll weevil 

region „..,... 1,700.00 

(8) Investigations and tests of miscellaneous forage crops.. 8,116.00 

(The 1620 additional asked for is for increase in 
salaries, $320, and seed-growing cootracta, $300.) 

St. Vegetable-tettxn^ gardens. 

{W. W. Tracy, ar Buperintendent,) 

Salaries, Statutory $720.00 

Salaries, lump fund 8, 000. 00 

Stationery, furniture, supplies, etc 500.00 

Miscellaneous expenses— freight, express, telephone, etc.. 600.00 

Traveling and station and field expenses 1,200.00 

Total 10,920.00 



(1) Tests of seed secured for Congressional distribution 3,800.00 

(2) Variety tests of commercial v«etables 6. OOO. 00 

(3) Special tests of sweet-com seed. 2,120.00 

33. Seed dislribvtion. 

[Directod by Chlet ol BurcBU.] 

Salaries, statutory $22,310.00 

Salaries, lump fund 26,000.00 

Stationery, furniture, supplies, etc 126,828.00 

Miscellaneous expenses— freight, express, telephone, etc. . 1, OOO. OO 

Rent 4,440.00 

Traveling and station and field expenses 2,025.00 

Total 182,603.00 

PROJECTS. 

(At Btgatar diitrHnUKM. 

(1) V^etableand flower seed distribution 160,000.00 

(2) Bulb distribution 5,800.00 

(3) Graaa-seed distribution 3,000.00 

(4) Distribution of grapevines and strawberry plants 3,500.00 f ^q,-.q|p 

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50 ESUUATES FOB DEPABTMENT OF AQBIOULTDBB, 190B. 

BOKEAU OP PLANT INDUSTBY— Coatjniud. 

33. Sud disiribulion — Continued. 

(B) Dittnbutim itf tilia mTUtU4 of letd. 

(6) Cotton-eeed distribution $5,000.00 

(8) Propi^tion and distribution ol sugftr-beet seed 4,300.00 

(7) Tol^coaeed distribution 600.00 

(8) Fropagation and diBtribution of aeed of wilt-reeietant 

watetmelonEi 503.00 

34. Seed laboralory. 

[Edgar Brown, botanist in cbargs.] 

Salariefl, statutory |4, 000. 00 

Salaries, iWp fund 18,000.00 

Stationery, furniture, supplies, etc 2,600.00 

MiscellaneouH expensee— freight, eipreaa, telephone, etc.. 200.00 

Traveling and station and field espenaes 1,657.00 

Total 26,357.00 

(1) Pure-seed inveatigationa 9,000.00 

(Increaae of f 1,600 for the extension of the work.) 

(2) Seed-vitality investigatioDB 6,000.00 

(Increaae ol $500 for the extension of the work.) 

(3) Seedteating 12,357.00 

(Increase of $3,000 for the extension of the work 
and the eatabliahment of a cooperative seed-testing 
laboratory.) 

SB. Subtropical laboratory and garden, Miami, Fla. 

[Enut A. "Bbbkj, patlkoltiglBt in diBTKa.] 

Salariea, statutory $1,000.00 

Salaries, lump fund 5,000.00 

Stationery, furniture, supplies, et« 400.00 

Miscellaneous Bupplies— freight, express, telephoae, etc.. 300.00 

Traveling and station and fidd expenses 3,000.00 

Total 9,700.00 



Continuance of the work now under way 9,700.00 

$6. PZonl-tntTDifutition garden, Ckico, Col. 
(August Uarer, expect Id cbargs.) 

Salaries, lump fund $7, 800. 00 

Stationery, furniture, supplies, etc 500.00 

Miscellaneous expenses— freight, expreas, telephone, etc.. 750.00 

Traveling, and station and field expenses 280.00 

Total 9,330.00 

PROJECT, 

(1) Work of the plant-introduction garden 9,330.00 

^. BouA Ttxat garden, BtowmvUU, Tex. 

[E. C. Green, pomologlet In charge.] 

Salaries, lump fund $4,500,00 

Stationery, furniture, supplies, etc 2,500.00 

Miscellaneous expenses — freight, express, telephone, etc.. 300.00 

Traveling, and station and field expenses 700.00 



Total 8,000.00 

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PROJECT. 

Continuance of the work now under way 8,000.00 



BSTIMATESB FOB DEFABTMENT OF AQBICUI/r0IlE, 1909. 61 

BDBBAU OB* PLANT INDDBTKX— Contliiiiea. 

S8. San Antonio, Ttxia, ExperxjiteiU Farm. 

[F. B. BeaHtj, aoperiiiteDdent, under the dlieottoii of Call S. Scofield, agricnlturlsl In dbaxgt ol 
westera agricnlturBl aitaiuton.] 

Salaries, lump fund $3,500.00 

Stationery, furniture, eupplies, etc 200.00 

MisceUtmeous eiipeiisee — freight, express, telephone, etc. . 100. 00 

TraveUi^, and stationand field expenses 700.00 

Total 4,500.00 



Continnance of the work now underway 4,500.00 

39. CoUan-ciiltvre /arms arid farmerg' eooperative demonibaiMn icori, 
[S. A. Koapp, special agent In charge,] 

Salaries, lump fund f50,000.00 

Stationery, furniture, BupplieB, etc 800.00 

Miscellaneous expenses — freight, express, telephone, etc.. 400.00 

Eent 360.00 

Twveliiig, and station and field expenses 21, 240. 00 

Tolal 72,800.00 



Continuance of the work now underway 72, SOO.OO 

Total of all eatimateB for the Bureau of Plant Industry for the fiscal year 
1909 Jl, 317, 676. 00 

Total of all appropriations for fiscal year 1907 1, 068, 484. 74 

Less amounts available in fiscal year 1908 37, 411. 82 

Total net appropriationB for fiscal year 1907 1,031,072.92 

Total of all appropriatione for fiscal year 1908 1, 163, 230. CO 

Plus amounts continuing available in fiscal year 1908 37, 411. 8a 

Entireappropriationefor fiscal year 1908 (increase of $168,568.90). 1, 199, 641. a2 
Total of allestunatea forfiscal year 1909 (increase of $118,034,16) 1,317, 676. 00 

OFFICE OF CHAIBUAK OF BDILDINO COUUITTEE. 

No T^ular estimate for the fiscal year 1909. 

The funds for completing the two segments of the new building now in course of 
construction have been appropriated ana made available, aggr^ating $1,600,000. 

A separate estimate for tne central or administrative segment of the building is to be 
flubmitted to the Sixtieth Congress. 

PBOOBSeS OF THE WORE. 

[From Eleventb Aimiial B«(>ort of the Seoretur of Agclmltnra, NoTsmbm 33, 1907.] 

The work on the new building for the Department has progressed satisfactorily durii^ 
tiie year, and it is hoped to occupy the new quarters withm the next month or two. 
As pointed out in my last report, in considering the question of a building, the impera- 
tive need forsuitable laboratories to carry on the important investigations of the various 
bureaus and fireproof space for the library was recognized as paramount. The greater 
part of the indoor work of the Department is conducted in laboratories; hence the abso- 
lute necessity for stnicturee that would be well lighted, well ventilated, fireproof, and 
otherwise well adapted for the purpose. To accomplish these several ofaj^ects and at 
the same time to secure opportunities for continued enlargement, the building has been 
amuiged so that extensions could be made in s^ments as the work required 



;£S FOB DEPABTUENT OF AQBICULTUBB, 1909. 
or GHAIRUAK OF BUILDINQ CO MUITTEE— Continued. 

thorizing the building waa paffied we could not foresee the rapid 
nonal action, 0/ the Department. On February 3, 1903, when the 
1, there were in Washington 1,100 peraons employed in the Depait- 
e. At the preeent time there are over 2,100 — almost double the 
when tbe appropriation was made. 

] appropriation was so expended aa to secure the greatest possible 
e, this noor space is now totally inadequate to care for tbe mcreasa 
ent in the number of empioyeee. Fidl arrangements have been 
iCCupancyoF the present segments and the relinquishment of the 
■ which rent is now being paid. Tbe work will be completed within 
ade by Congress. 

FOREST BEBVICE. 
[Balulea, Forest SflrTlce-(144,3aO.] 

ihall be Chief of Bureau $5,000.00 

2,100.00 

of $100 submitted) 2, 000. 00 

increase of 1 submittod) 10, 800. 00 

?00each 5,100.00 

1,600.00 

10 each 3, 000. 00 

2,800,00 

1,300.00 

9,600.00 

100 each 7,700.00 

M each (decrease of 1 by transfer to 

10,000.00 

KWeach 10.800.00 

1800 each 15,200.00 

a, at $700 each 18,900.00 

1600 each 10.800.00 

rease of $200 eubmitted) 2, 000. 00 

il,400each 2,800.00 

!l,200each 2,400.00 

11,000 each 4,000.00 

1,000,00 

1,400.00 

1,200.00 

1,000.00 

$720 each 2,880.00 

$700 each 1,400.00 

.t $600 each.;. 1,800.00 

,t $400 each 1,200.00 

1,000.00 

720.00 

t|700each 2,100.00 

700.00 

; estimated $144,300.00 

an increase in the salary of 1 clerk from $1,900 to 
Tom $1,800 to $2,000. and 1 clerk of class 4 has been 
$1,000 has been dropped. Total increase $1,100. 

ipropriation for fiscal year 1907 $112,860 

appropriation for flscal year 1908 (in- 

143,200 

or fiscal year 1909 (increase of $1,100). 144, 300 

Offict of tht Foretur. 



8,000.00- I 

, ,700.()h_nOO<^IC 



ESTIMATES FOB DEPABTMEKT OF AGBICULTUEE^ 1909. 
FOREST SERVICE— ConClDned. 

Dendrologvi 

One cleric $1,100 

One artiBt 1, 000 

Onecleik 900 

One clerk 700 

13,700.00 

Inspection, one clerk 800. 00 

Grazing. 

Administration, one clerk 800.00 

Femiits; 

One clerk 1, 100 

One clerk 800 

One clerk 600 

3,300.00 

Sflsicullure. 

Administration, one clerk I,10a00 

Extension, supervision, one clerk 1, 300.00 

Bilvics: 

Supervision, one clerk 700. 00 

Library — 

One clerk Jl, 100 

Two clerks, at 1800 1,600 

One clerk 700 

Manwement: 3,400.00 

'nmber sales — 

One clerk 1,700 

One clerk 900 

One clerk 80O 

Two clerks, at $600 1,200 

4, 600. 00 

Atlas, one clerk 600.00 

Produclt, 

Administration, one clerk 1,200.00 

Wood utilization : 
Computings 

One clerk ?1,000 

One clerk 800 

Three clerkB, at $700 2,100 

Oneclerk . 600 

— 4,500.00 

Drafting — 

One draftsmEin 2.000 

Two draftsmen, at $1,400 2,800 

! Two draftsmen, at $1,200 2,400 

; Font draftsmen, at $1,000 4,000 

Oneclerk 900 

Oneclerk 800 

One clerk 700 

Onemeesenger 60O 

14,200.00 

Wood usee, one clerk 800.00 

Publication, one clerk 700. 00 

Printing, one clerk 1,700.00 

OpfToUon. 

Administration, oneclerk 2,000.00 

OKanization, supervision: 

Oneclerk $1,100 

Two clerks, at $1,000 each 2,000 

Oneclerk 800 

3,000.00 



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54 ESTIMATES FOB DEPABTUBlTr OF AGBTCULTDBB, 1909. 

70BKBT 8EBVI0S— Contbuied. 

Bupervurion, one clerk tOOO.OO 

Boimdariee — 

One clerk W,000 

One clerk 900 

One derk 800 

Hree clerka, at ?700 each 2,100 

4,800.00 

Settlement — 

One clerk 1,200 

One clerk 1,100 

Two clerks, at J1,000 each 2,000 

One clerk 800 

One clerk 700 

6,800.00 

One clerk 1,800 

Two clerkB, at ¥700 eadi 1,400 

3,200.00 

Status— 

One clerk 1,800 

One clerk 800 

Three clerks, at $600 each 1,800 

4,400.00 

Specif uses- 
One clerk 2,100 

One derk 1,500 

One derk 1,000 

One derk 800 

One derk 700 

6,100.00 

Total fOT the office of lands 26,200.00 

Accounts: 

Two derks, at 11,800 each 3,600 

OnedeA 1,700 

One derk 1,600 

One derk 1,600 

Tlree derks, at Sl,200 each 3,600 

One derk. . .'. 1, 000 

Four derka, at $900 each 3, 600 

Two derks, at $800 each...., 1,600 

Six clerks, at |700 each 4,200 

22,400.00 

Maintenance: 

Supervision, one derk 1,800.00 

Suppliee— 

One derk 1,400 

One derk 800 

One carpenter 720 

Two derks, at ^00 each 1,400 

4,320.00 

Phott^raph;^ 

One photc^Tapher 1,400 

One phofa^pber 1, 200 

One photi^rapher 1, 000 

One derk 800 

4,400.00 

Becotd— 

One derk 1,400 

One derk 1,300 

One derk 1,200 

One derk 1,100 

Two derks, at $1,000 ej h 2,000 

OnecarpenUc 1,000 



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ESTIMATES FOB DBPABTMENT Or AGBICULTUEE, 1909. 55 

FOBBST BBBVICS-Contlnned. 

HaintenBnce — Continued . 
Record — Continued . 

Throe clerkH, at $900 each $2,700 

Onederk 800 

Four measengers, at $720 each 2,880 

Three clerks, at $700 each 2, 100 

Two meHBengeiB, at $700 each 1,400 

Three watchmen, at $700 each 2, 100 

One electrician 700 

Ten derkB, at $600 each 8,000 

Two meBsengers, at $600eBdi 1,200 

Three meoeengen, at $400 each 1,200 

$29,080.00 

Total estimate for fiscal year 1009 |144, 300.00 

0OOFBKA.TTVX WOBK — POBBBT IHTEfTTIQAnaNS. 

Approximate eetimate $20, 000. 00 

No daadfied and detaUed estimate can be made at this time, lioW' 
ever. 

[Oenanl eipeiisea, Foiest Bervlce, l3,OS1,9ao.] 

Salaries in WashinKhm $403,095.00 

Salitriea outcdds of wacihington 1,946,140.00 

Stationery 40,000.00 

Uiscellaneous supplies, etc 215, 950. 00 

Furniture and office equipment 22, 000. 00 

Fuel 600.00 

Freight 1,000.00 

Express 4,000.00 

Te%iaph 3,600.00 

Telephone 3,000.00 

Rent 50,000.00 

Gm and electricity 500. 00 

Apparatus, etc 65, 000. 00 

Travel and stiridon and field expenses 307, 116.00 

Total amount estimated 3,051,900.00 

Amount cd above appropriation tor fiscal year 1907 $1,920,468.66 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1908, 
including $1,020,000, Administration, etc., Forest 

Reserves (receipts) (increase of $866,331.34) 2, 776, 800. 00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal yeai 1909 
(increase of (275,100) 3,061,900.00 

Total estimate of all appropriations for Forest Service for fiscal 

year 1909 3,196,200.00 



Office of the Fortiter. 

General administration; 

Salaries 10.300.00 

Field and travel expenses 5, 800. 00 

Salaries 12,905.00 

Field and travel expenses 3, 700. 00 

Dendrology: 

Salanes 7, 400. 00 

Field, travel, and station expenses 1, 800. 00 

Information: 

Salaries 5,200.00 

Travel expenses 1,060.00 



56 ESTIMATES FOB DEPABTMEKT OF AOBIOULIUBE, 1900. 

rOREBT SERVICE-CoatlDoed. 

Inspection: 

District 1 — 

Salariee flO,800.00 

Field, travel, and station eipenaea 8,500.00 

I>iBtrict2— 

Salaries 9,400.00 

Field, travel, and station expenses 5,500.00 

IJistrictS— 

StOariee 9,600.00 

Field, travel, and station expenses 6,600.00 

District 4— 

Salaries 10, 100. 00 

Field, travel, and station expenses 6,500.00 

Districts- 
Salaries 12,500.00 

Field, travel, and station expenses 6,600.00 

District 6— 

Salaries 9, 500. 00 

Field, travel, and station expenses 6,500.00 

Total for inspection $97,900.00 

Branch of Grazing. 

Administiatian : 

Salaries S, 200. 00 

Field and travel expenses 1, 400. 00 

Control: 

Salariee 4,600.00 

Field and travel expenses 2, 200. 00 

Allotment — 

Salaries 2, 200. 00 

Field and travel expenses 1,200.00 

Adjustment — 

Salaries 2, 000. 00 

Field and travel expenses 1, 000. 00 

Permits, salaries 3, 100. 00 

Development: 

Supervision- 
Salaries 6,000.00 

Field and travel expenses 2, 000. 00 



Salaries 2, 000. 00 

Field and travel expenses 1, 000. 00 

Forage— 

Salariea. 7,000.00 

Field and travel expenses 3,900.00 

Water- 
Salaries 1,500.00 

Field and travel expenses 900.00 

Branch of aaviaOlart. 

Administration: 

Salaries 2,400.00 

Field and travel eipensea 800. 00 

Kxtension: 

Supervision — 

Salaries 2,200.00 

Field and travel expenses 1, 000. 00 

Planting- 
Salaries 6,700.00 

Field, travel, and station expensea 6,900.00 



Salaries 6,400.00 

Field and travel expenses 8,600.00 

rr:,, 6 , Google 

!■■ 



ESTIMATES FOB DEPABTMEH'T OF AGSIOULTUBE, 1909. 57 

FOREST SERVICE— Con Cm ued. 

Exteiuion — Continued. 
Cooporation — 

Sftlaries *5,600.00 

Field, travel, and etation expenses 4,400.00 

Supervieion — 

Salaries 2,000.00 

Field and travel expenses S20.0Q 

Field studies— 

Salaries 8, 280. OO 

Field and travel expenses 5, 100. OO 

Library, purchase of bookfl for branch lilirarios in the field 2,000.00 

CompilatioD— 

Salaries 1,200.00 

Field and bavel expenses 600.00 



Supervision — 

Salaries 4, 900. 00 

Field and travel expenses 2, 000. 00 

Cooperation — 

Salaries 7, 050. 00 

Field and travel expenses 4, 025. 00 

Timber ealefl — 

Salaries B5, 300. 00 

Field and travel expenses. . ., 31, 875. 00 

Reconnoissance — 

Salaries 7,600.00 

Field and travel expenses 8, 050. 00 

Adfls- 

Salariee 8,700.00 

Field and travel expenses 3, 000. 00 

Administration: Branch of Prodvcls. 

Salaries 3,000.00 

Field and travel expenses 800.00 

Wood utiliiation: 

Supervision — 

Salaries 3,000.00 

Field and travel expenses 1, 000. 00 

Drafting, salaries 10,800.00 

Computing — 

Salaries 6, 600. 00 

Travel expenses 900.00 

Wood chemistry — 

Salaries 6,600.00 

Field, travel, and station expenses 5,400.00 

Wood uses- 
Salaries 27,400.00 

Field, travel, and station expenses 12,800.00 

Wood preservation: 

Siftries 18,400.00 

Field, travel, and station expenses 4,600.00 

PabUcation: 

Supervision — 

Salaries 2,900.00 

Travel expenses 600.00 

Artides— 

Salaries 3,600.00 

Travel expenses 800.00 

Education — 

Salaries 3,800.00 

Travel expenses 800.00 

Heview— 

Salariee 1,000.00 

Travel expenses 600.00 

Distribution, salariee 1,600.00 



58 ESTIMATES FOB DBPABTMENT OF AOBICULTUBS, 1009. 

FOREST SERVICE— Contlnoad. 
ilrancA of Ojieratian. 

Adminiatiation: 

Salariea $3,000.00 

Travel expenaea 700.00 

Organization: 

Superviaion — 

Salaries 7, 000. 00 

Travel expenBea 8,0*0.00 

AdrainiBtiation, protection, and improvement of the nations] 

Alaska — 

Salaries 117,280.04 

General ezpeneee 7,740.69 

Arizona— 

Salariea 160,146.36 

General expenaea 12,690.69 

Calilornia— 

Salariea 313,249,40 

General expenaea 26,793.82 

Colorado— 

Salariea 210,320.00 

General expenses 20,177.60 

Idaho — 

Salariea 234,961.00 

General expeasea 1 19,215.63 

Kaneaa, general expenses 1,047.95 

Minneeota — 

Salaries 11,600.00 

General expeneea 4, OOO. 00 

Montana — 

Salaries 270,990.48 

General expensea 24, 171. 60 

Nebraska— 

Salaries 7, 799. 36 

General expensea 7, 436. 88 

Nevada— 

Salariea 28,904.40 

General eipenaea 4, 169. 48 

New Mexico — 

Salaries 116,654.92 

General expenses 14,494. 18 

Oklahoma- 
Salaries 5,462.78 

General expensea 369.19 

Oregon— 

Salariea 164,877.00 

General expensea 14,269.12 

South Dakota- 
Salaries 30,824.00 

General expenses 2,284,^ 

Utah— 

Salariea 106,093.00 

General expenses 10, 436. 63 

Washington— 

Salariea 116,119.00 

General expenses 10, 213. 00 

Wyoming- 
Salaries 99, 952. 68 

Geaeial expenses 8,893.97 

Total salariea 1,884,240.42 

Total general expensea 188,394.68 

Total national forests 2,072,636.00 

i:r:,r.-.d :,GOO'^lC 



ESTIMATES FOB DEPABTMENT OF AQKICULTDBE, 1909. 59 
TOREBT SERVICE— CootlDiMd. 

£iiglneaing: 

SaUriee $6,000.00 

Field and travel ezpeiuee 2,400.00 

Supervision — 

Salariea 2,500.00 

Travel expenses 600.00 

Boundaries — 

Salaries 40,300.00 

Field and travel expenses 24, 000. 00 

Settlement, salaries 1,100.00 



Salaries 3,200.00 

Field and travd expenses 60, 000. 00 

Status, salaries 2,100.00 

Special uses— 

Salariee 4,600.00 

Travel expenses 1, 200. 00 

Accounts, salaries 13,000.00 



Purchase, salaries 1, 500, 00 

Suppliee— 

Salaried 5,820.00 

Furniture and office equipment $22, 000. 00 

Stationary and expendable office equipment 40, 000. 00 

Field equipment, etc 25, 000. 00 

Field instruments 30,000.00 

lawbooka. 600.00 

117,600.00 

Photography— 

Salanee 3,480.00 



Equipment 550. 00 

8M)pliee 4,00a00 

Salaries 38,280.00 

Rent 25, 000. 00 

Supplies 4, OOa 00 

IfinceUaneouB — 

Tel^hone ?600. 00 

Telegraph 3, 500, 00 

Fieight 1,000.00 

Express 4,000.00 

Advertising 6, 000. 00 

15, 100. OO 

General contingent fund 100, 000. 00 

Grand total 3,051,900.00 

Total appropriations for the Forest Service for the fiscal year 1907, 

J2,089,940.71 (leffl amount available in fiscal year 1908, (134,908.67).. 1, 956,032. 14 
Tom appropriations tor adminiBtrative purposes for fisc^ year 1903, 
$1,900,000 {plus balance on June 30, 1907, of $1,020,000 remaining 
under Ewiministration, etc., forest reaervea, receipts, but omitting the 
balance remaining on June 30, 1907, of the $500,000 for the administra- 
tion, protection, and improvement of the national foreets; also the 
balance remaining of the $25,000 appropriated for survey and report 
on Appalachian and Wtute Mountam watersheds) (increase of 

$964,967.86) 2,920,000 

Total eatimate of appropriations for fiscal year 1909 (increase of $276,200) . <i3, 196, 200 

A separate estimate is to be submitted for such money as may be neceeeary for the 
"' — itradon, protection, and development of the national forests. 



DiB.1izedOyGoO(^lc 



ESTIMATES FOB DEFAitTMENT O? AOBICnLTUBB, 1909. 

FOREST 8EKVICH — CoDtlnned. 
B THE naCJJi YBAB BNDINO JUNB 30, 1907, OEFOSTTBD TO Tl 



SMtrntitoKA. 


Timbei 


Mttlemeot. 


Timber 
IreapMS. 


GtMlng. 


pm^ 


TotaL 


AteuDderAichlpeUgo 


B, Its. 85 


116,29 


(113.50 




t379.8S 


W,67L62 




uu«»f*. 








t444.S0 

"•Si! 








1,I38.TG 
2,186.34 




69.70 


•itss 
















227. «D 
H0.00 

3|7S1.92 

70.00 
92,00 
70.00 




300 


2,W5.01 

SOT.gi 

30aO6 

1,494.80 

20,331. M 

1,870.12 
8,886.67 




3,277-23 






621.00 
31.00 

1,131.00 
28,80 
87-30 
110.60 












-— 


















400 




























78.76 














105,890. (» 




2,078.09 


«,73e,09 


2,873.61 




































173,079-27 














.u"™^' 


ISO. 00 
2,427.08 


22123 
600 




6,178.80 

''SI 

3,722 81 
761.38 

463 46 

4,507:80 

SI 


34.00 


SS 




440. SO 
197,80 




5420:00 

3;63S.80 




























1,8«.1B 

laoo 


Z20.32 


1.00 

675 


33.00 

619. SO 

IS 


























:,G3S.S£ 

lis 

6, 150; 00 




20,10 


■ Is 

l'06a!32 


l-^m 














^•iSS 






3,8««.0I) 


12, » 


826 












i,m.te 


i,2u.ao 


2,SS7.K 


364.00 

30.00 

20! 00 










S.00 


3,071-08 

180.00 

^ 16.75 


179.38 
















B3,«4.»8 


9,380.08 


8,374.60 


82,896.60 


7,076.88 




















































320. GS 

6,136.06 


34Z.98 
JJ.Sl 


3. BO 


8,491- M 
8,008.21 

•if 


W 


9,2n.Ji 












1,125.96 

19,182.02 

60-00 

8,3S0.8G 
2,395.20 
2,719.17 

moo 

IG.BftS. IT 
'712.55 

22i75 
2,18S.08 




■gs 


if 






100.00 


••■as 












■ 41 


222.68 

''11 


;S:S 

,816.01 

;34s.eo 

;i65!33 

I101.70 


B 






s» 












362.00 
732.13 
33.60 

li 




1,641.50 








103 50 




















66,708.14 


2,780.71 


8,638. 68 


8«,ia2.» 


3,7ffl.a8 






ilSB 
























m.eis-ea 













BSTIUA.TE8 FOB DEPABTMENT OF AOBICULTUBE, 1009. 
FOREST BBRVICH— Contlnned. 



National loceat. 


TlmbCT 


Timber 


Timber 


Orating. 


prftStega. 


TotaL 


IDAHO. 


*i,mis 




■ss 


19,721.25 
1,498-60 






















2am 






27.813.87 


















6,877. 0« 






4,100.90 

'43. CO 
6,643.10 


99.83 








a,o«.« 




















iiiji 
















1.3B 




2.50 


9,610,91 


111.00 
















66.11 


73.20 

13,321.80 








ill 

ess. 00 


47.86 










1.00 








S,1 

l,2il.S5 






11127 


69,859.51 
























55,173. 31 


8S2.S1 


i,e«s.8g 


137,381.67 


in. 35 


















































KANSAS. 








1,193.93 


















-ONTAKA. 


4,lTe.S4 
102.75 


15.88 


i.iecTO 


11,825.36 


117. 7S 
























ao.'oa 
mn 

lii 


1,16a 16 


21.32 

66.13 
635.20 

160. » 

4M.07 

12,926.13 

5,582. M 


















''il 

8,863! 38 

1,508.30 

3,1^ 
8;797-80 

«i:io 


31.00 








3;270.79 












62.20 
209.90 












«fr26 






















23,780, ie 

25,661.00 

5,04T. 12 

132.77 

Jie.39 






119.75 

118.00 








139.14 
S8S.26 
261.63 




















33.50 












i,meo 


11. M 


60.93 

140.00 


10,487.32 


136.48 
















iio-w 






,.s-s 




2,276.78 








as 








55.50 




8,361. « 




112,071.60 


1,868.29 


21,903.63 


82,176.49 


1,31620 


















































BIBBAatl. 








S;ii 
















































10,137.50 


38.80 




















































S<VAI>A. 






8,518 40 


21.00 
1,636.70 
6,358.65 




















:::;:::::;:;i::;::::::: 




6:378.06 



SSTIUATES FOB DEFABISIENT Of AQBIGITLTUBB, 1909. 
FOBBBT SBBVICD— Contlnaed. 



National foiMt. 


Tbnbei 


Ttaibar 


TimbOT 
trespa™. 


OrailDg. 


Special 
prtvlK«B. 


TotaL 




Miass 




t2IB.M 


n, 080. IT 




(1,785.01 


t!?^!^:::::::::::::: ::::::::: 








130.88 




8,812.38 


11.098. K) 




21,339; 78 


















































«IW M.I.CO. 


'■ZS 

18,111. «e 
8,017:50 




1,318,87 

781.72 

21:31 
1,032.43 


2,440.68 




5,063.25 












»M2,40 












iiB.'66 


n^i 


43.50 
212.40 














'X 






2,484.98 
810,' 84 
'142:80 

i;o27.e9 






















i,m.ao 






22.30 


























'•lis 




' «:oo 


12.80 


8.460.08 
















M,727,(n 


15.00 


5,844.98 


82,483.88 


838.90 




















































78. » 






1,115.85 


82.25 






























1,642. SB 


i.WT.es 

32.00 


32,804.20 


475.55 
62.80 


77,051.95 

33,102.38 










■"«S 






8,075.99 


101.00 


8,035.49 










ss 






s; 130. 97 

20.094.86 

429:80 






















1,168. IS 

351. se 


10.13 


7*2.42 


36.20 
10.00 


22,787. B8 








eau 






























UM.50 






8.B89.05 


6a 00 














H,798,57 


2,002.59 


■~s.wa.is 


119.718.87 


1,117.87 






































23.171. 












BOOTH DiKOTA. 


207. (M 


S4S.74 


3,128. SO 
1S0.M 


331.80 
10.00 
12.00 
38.00 


37,189.84 




































23,171. *3 


207.08 


349-74 


3,497.41 


380.80 


































27,522.28 














A darlQi. '""^ 


■g:!S 

1,53a i.s 

ii 






Si 
SI 


17.60 




























8.00 


















8.00 


ilmts 



B8TIUAIBB FOB DEPABTMEITT OF AOBICnUXUBE, 1909. 
F0RH8T BERVICE-<!oDtiniied. 



Nations] torast. 


Timber 
ule. 


Timbar 
•ettlanieot. 


trenpuM. 


OtMlDg. 


Special 
prlYllesB. 


ToUL 


,T»-.™tM™d. 


w.t» 




110,77 


cats, u 

H971-82 

a;7iii93 

SIM. 04 

181.60 
11,660.93 
40,021.48 

=,SI:S 




"'SSS 










300. SO 
•,080.33 






rs.00 

44,80 










31,096. 86 










30.00 


























&.n 


3.00 
21.60 














13«.37 


•<s?s 








20!. 00 






30.00 


2,388.77 








Total 


24,«S,04 




Ui.O« 


m,3«a84 


644.90 


147,618.81 






























WACmNOTOH. 
















1,179,00 




E-fO 


12.90 


242.60 










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■Inclndu 18,186.70 roliind to Uinta Indians. 



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ESTIMAtES FOB DEPABTMENI OF AOBIGULIUBB, 1900. 

BUBEAU OF CHEMISTRY. 
[BalftclBS, Bnreaa 0( ChamtBtry, (86,73}.] 

i, who Bball be chief of bureau $5,000.00 

erk (increaee of $200 mibmitted) 1,800.00 

clasB 4 (increase of 1 Bubmittedl 3, 600. 00 

claes 3 (increase ot 2 BUbmitted) 6, 400. 00 

aaffl2 (mcteafleot2 aubmitted) 8,400.00 

y clerk 1,600.00 

claaa 1 {increase of 2 eubmitted) 10, 800. 00 

I, at $1,000 each (increase of 3 eubmitted) 8, 000. 00 

ne library clerk, at 1900, dropped. 

it pnroerty custodian 900.00 

at $900 each (increase of 4 eubmitted) 9, 000. 00 

T 1,200.00 

gere, at $840 each 1,680.00- 

mechanic (submitted) 900.00 

d laborers, at $720 each 2,160.00 

laborer 600.00 

1 600.00 

i^ra or laborers, at $600 each (submitted) 1, 800. 00 

tDgers or laborers, at $480 each 1, 440. 00 

gers or laborers, at $420 each 840. 00 

amount estimated $66,720.00 

he salary of the chief clerk has been increased 

to $1,800. One clerk of class 4, two clerks of 

clerks of claas 2, two clerks of class 1, three 
,000 each, four clerks, at $900 each, one skilled 
1 1900, and three messei^ers or laborers, at $600 
been added. One library clerk, at $900, has 
■.d. Net increase, $18,800. 

ibove appropriation tor fiscal year 1907 $28,260.00 

bove appropriation forfiecal year 1908 (increase 

) .. 47,920.00 

mated for fiscal year 1909 (increase of $18,800) 66, 720.00 
i force will perform the following 

ive and executivp: 

ef of bureau $5,000.00 

ef derk 1,800.00 

6,800.00 

i accounts; 

iperty clerk 1,600.00 

rlc,claa82 1,400.00 

rk, class 1 1,200.00 

rk 1,000.00 

rk 900.00 

iatant property custodian 900.00 

7,000.00 

nd imported food and drug records 

r title): 

rk, class 3 1,600.00 

rk, class 2 1,400.00 

rk, class 1 1,200.00 

rk 1,000.00 

ffka, at $900 each 1,800.00 

7,000.00 

rk 1,000.00 

rk 900.00 

1,900.00 

rk, class 4 1,800.00 

rk 1,000.00 

tk 900.00 ■ 

3,700.00. 



ES:niiUTES FOB DZPABTUENT OF AaSICCrLXUItE, 1900. 65 

BUBHAU OW CHBMIBTBT— ContlnaeO. 
Filing luid indexiiig correapondence: 

One derk, cIbm 3 81,600.00 

One clerk, class 1 1,200.00 

One derk 1,000.00 

$3,800.00 

Btenogrftphy, typewriting, and miBcellaaeous 

lecOTds: 

Three derks, daw 2 4,200.00 

Twoclerka, da« 1 2,400.00 

Three clerks, at 11,000 each 3, 000. 00 

Three derks, at9900eadi 2,700.00 

12,300.00 

Engine and machine room: 

One engineer 1,200.00 

One fireman 600. 00 

One skilled laborer 720.00 

One skilled medianic 900.00 

One akiUed laborer 600.00 

4,020.00 

Ueasengers, deaning, miscellaneous labor: 

Two meseneers, at |S40 each 1,680.00 

Two skilled laborers, at $720 each 1, 440. 00 

Three meesengen, at $600 each 1, 800. 00 

Three laborers, at $4S0 each 1,440.00 

Twolaborers, BtH20each 840.00 

7,200.00 

Quai&nty records: 

One derk, claM 2 1,400.00 

One derk, class 1 1,200.00 

One derk 900.00 

3,500.00 

Inspection records: 

One derk, class 3 1,600.00 

Two clerks, class 1 2,400.00 

One derk 900.00 

4,900.00 

Becords of bearings and citations: 

One derk, class 4 1,800.00 

One derk, cUm 3 1,600.00 

One derk, class 1 1,200.00 

4,600.00 

Total 166,720.00 

[Laboiatorr, Depftrtmant ol Agriculture, ig(»-r8),0».] 

Lump-fund salaries in Washington 1190,800.00 

Lump-fund sslariee outside of Washington 26&, 700. 00 

Stationery 8,000.00 

Hiacetlaneous supplies and services, equipment, books, 

madiinery, etc 62,860.00 

FniDiture 8,000.00 

Vkehdit 1, 600. 00 

Expteas 2,600.00 

Telegraph 460.00 

Tdephone 600.00 

Bent. 16,660.00 

Gas and dectricity 2,000.00 

Apparatus, instruments, and laboratory material 07,740.00 

Tnvel and sutiou and fidd expensee 98, 300. 00 

Total 760.000.00 

Amount of above ap^priation (indnding "Laboratory, 
Department of Agriculture" and "Enforcement of the 
food and drags act") for fiscal year 1907 395,920-00 

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tfATES FOB DBPAfiTMEKT OF AOBICXTLIUBB, 1909. 
BTTftBAtT OP C&nUISTBT— CoDtlDDed. 

re appropiiation for fiecal year 1908 (m- 

,080). 1650,000.00 

>ve appropriation for AecBir year 1909 (in- 

,000) 750,000.00 

dl appropriations estimated for tbe Bureau 

nifltry tor the fiscal year 1909 $81«, 720.00 

PBontcrs. 
,ve— Office, clerical, and editorial: 

, 19,600.00 

Sexpeneea 2,500.00 



on— For carrying on previous 
. studv of new methods of analy- 
lethods for detection of adultent- 
foods. The number of check 
and the entire work of the labora- 
connection with the food and 
. has been greatly increased: 

H 42,000.00 

ing expenses 2,500.00 

es 12,360.00 

1 eipenaea 2, GOO. 00 

tory— For carrying on previous 
1 for study of newproSlems in 
i their analysis. The checfcinK 
atyees of branch laboratories and 

Cof samples in connection 
id drugs act has greatly in- 
he work in this laboratory. 

8 38,000.00 

ing expenses 2, 000. 00 

es 9,320.00 

I expenses 1, 200. 00 



9.00 



and drug inspection laborato- 

analysis m samples, for conduct- 
Qgs and other work in connection 
)rcement <^ food and drugs act; 
tional laboratories to be eatab- 

cities in territory in which no 
ioB have yet been opened: 
laboratory — 

8 25,000.00 

ing expenses 1, 600. 00 

es 7,000.00 

1 expenses 2,000.00 

B 7,700,00 

ing expenses 500. 00 

es 2,900.00 

J expenses 600.00 

3C0 laboratory — 

B 7,700.00 

mg expenses 500.00 

BB 2,000.00 

1 expenses 600.00 



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FOB DEPABIUENT 07 ACOUCULrDItB, 19W. 67 

BDRBAH or CHEUISTBT— ConUnn^ 

4. Branch (ood and drug inepectloti labontto- 
ricB, etc. — CoDtmued. 
New OrleaoB laboroh^— 

SalariM 17,700.00 

Traveling expenses 500. 00 

Supplies 2,900.00 

General expeneea 600.00 

fll,700.00 

Philadelphia laboratory— 

SaloriM 7,700.00 

Traveling expenses 500. 00 

Supplies 2,900.00 

General expenses 600.00 

11,700.00 

Chicago laboratory^ 

Salaries 13,900.00 

Traveling expenses 800. 00 

SuppIiM 4,600.00 

General expenses 1,300.00 

R«nt 1,800.00 

22,300.00 

Denver laboratcrv — 

Salaries 7,700.00 

Traveling expenses BOO. 00 

Supplies 2,900.00 

Rent 1,200.00 

General expenses 600.00 

12,900.00 

Detroit laboratMy — 

Salariee 7,700.00 

Traveling expenses 500. 00 

Supplies 2,900,00 

Rent 600.00 

General expenses 600.00 

12,300.00 

Bufblo laboratcry— 

Salaries 7,700.00 

TraveUng expenses 600.00 

Supplies 2,900.00 

General expenses 600. 00 

)),700.00 

Galveston laboratory- 
Salaries 7,700.00 

TraveUng expensee 500. 00 

Supplies 2,900.00 

General expenses 600.00 

11,700.00 

Kansas City laboratory^ 

Salaries 7,700.00 

Traveling expensee 500. 00 

Supplies 2,900.00 

General expenses 600.00 

11,700,00 

Savannah laboratory — 

Salaries 7,700.00 

Traveling expenses 500. 00 

Supplies 2,900.00 

General expensee 600.00 

11,700.00 

Portland laboratory — 

Salaries 7,700,00 

Travelii^ expenses 600.00 

Supplies 2,900.00 



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68 BSnUAIEB FOB DBPABTMENT OF AGBICULTUBB, 1900. 

BCBOAD OF CHBMISTBT— ConUmMO, 

4. Bmnch food and drug inspection labonto- 
rieo, etc. — Continued. 
Portland laborfttoiy — Continued. 

Rent Jl, 260.00 

General expenses 600.00 

$12,960.00 

Seattle hiboaitay— 

Salaries 7,700.00 

Traveling expenaea 500.00 

SuppKea 2,900.00 

Bent 1,500.00 

General expensee 600.00 

13,200.00 

Cincinnati labmatory — 

Salaries 7,700.00 

Traveling expenses 500.00 

Supplieo 2,900.00 

Rent 1,600.00 

General expenaea 600, 00 

13,200.00 

St. Paul laboratory— 

Salaries 7,700.00 

Traveling expenses 500. 00 

Supplies 2,900.00 

Q^ei&l expenses. .• 600. 00 

— 11,700.00 

Total for branch labomtories 237, 660. 00 

Five additional bmnch laboratories (each) — 

Cost ot original equipment 2, 600. 00 

Uaintenance for nine moathe^ 

Salaries 6,000.00 

Supplies 2,100.00 

Genera] expenses 400.00 

10,000.00 
Total, 5 additional branch laboratories 60, 000. 00 



6. Inspection work— For inspection work, 
lectii - ' - ■-- ' ' ' ' ■ 



. 1, inspecting food factories 

and plants in connection with enforce- 
ment of food and drugs act. It will be 
necessary to increase the number of in- 
qiectors to at least 50. 
Salaries, 60 inpsectras — 

Aven«e salary 1, 600. 00 

TraveBng expenses 1,600.00 

Samples 600. 00 

3,600.00 

Total, 50 inspectoiB 180,000.00 

6. UijKeUaneous laboratwy— For cairying on 
previous work and inveetigationB. The 
work on mineral watetB and cattle foods in 
connection with food and drugs act baa 
been greatly increased. The insecticide 
and firogida e in veatigations are increasing 
mpidty, as is also tbe study of effect ci 
trade wastes on v^etation. 

Salaries 18,000.00 

Traveling expenses 1,S00.00 

Supplies 2,890.00 

General expenses 600.00 

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BSII3UTES rOB DEPABTUSNI 01* AOBICtTLTUBE, 1909. 

BtlBBAC OP CHBHISTBY— Contlniied. 

7. Dairy labonttort^For c&rrying on previooB 

work. The work of thiB laboratory 
haa been greatly increased by en- 
forcement o[ food and drugs act: 

Salaries 18,500.00 _ 

Traveling expeneea 100.00 

Suppliea 2, 900. 00 

General expenses 300.00 

111,800.00 

8. Leather and paper laboratory — For con- 

tinuatioa of the study of tannjn^ 
materials with reference to the utili- 
sation t^ sudi products as grow 
quickly, or which nave hitherto Been 
uttle used, with a view (rf supple- 
menting the rapidly decreaeiDg eup- 
ply; for the study of phyeicu and 
chemical (juatitiee of l^tther, and of 
the principles of rapid tanning; for 
studying papeiB for various uaes, and 
the preparation of standard speci£ca- 
tions for such papois; for investiga- 
tion of new raw materials for pulp and 
paper making; for the inveetigatioo 
of the production and industrial ap- 
plication of wood turpentine and tne 
etudy of the destructive distillation 
of woods; for testing paper supplied 
by contractors to the Giovermnent 
Printing Office, Poet-Offlce Depart- 
ment, and other Departments: 

Salariea 0,600.00 

Traveling expenses 400.00 

SuppUee 1, 800. 00 

General expenses 300.00 

9,000.00 

9. Sugar laboratory — For continuation of pre- 

vious work; for studying eSect of en- 
vironment and processes of manufac- 
ture upon compoeition of beet mo- 
lasses; for study of chemical methods 
employed in Uie analysis of aa^xa 
and carbohydrates; tot examination 
of samples of sugars and sirups in con- 
nection with tbe enforcement of the 
food and drugs act. This part of the 
work has been greatly increased: 

Salaries 8,000.00 

Traveling expenses 150. 00 

Supplies 2, 900. 00 

General expenses ISO.OO 

11,200.00 

10. Contracla laboratory — Continuation and 

extension of testa of contract sup- 
plies furnished by contractois to this 
and other Departments; the study of 
methods of testing and the prepara- 
tion of specifications. The toting of 
scientific apparatus for the new 
branch laboratories has increased the 
work of this laboratory: 

Salaries 8,500.00 

Traveling expenses 150.00 

Supplies 2, 700. 00 

General expenses 450.00 



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70 B8TIMA.TEB FOB DEFABTHENT OF AQBIOULTUSX, 1MB. 

BOBHIAU or CHBUISTRY— CoDtlDuad. 

11. Mido-chemical laboratoiy — For continiUb- 

tion of previous vork; for the tnino- 
Bcopic exEunination of samples in conneo 
tioB with the food and dn^ act, the num- 
ber of which has been greatly increased: 

Sadies $6,000.00 

Traveling eipenaes 250. 00 

Supplies 2,070.00 

General expenses 400.00 

»7,72O.0O 

12. Bacteriolc^cal investigations — Bacterioli^- 

ical examination of samplee and for study- 
ing the wholeeomeneas and sanituy con- 
dition of foods in connection wim tlie 
enforcement of the food and drugs act; 
for investigating in collaboration witn drug 
laboistory the eteriltty of various diiSB- 
ings, bandages, pads, ligatures, gauzes, 
etc., used in surgery; for continuation of 
previous investigations: 

Salaries 6, 000. 00 

Traveling expenses 250. 00 

Supplies 1,570.00 

General expenses 300.00 

8,120.00 

13. Animal physiolc^cal chemistry — Continu- 

ation and extension of previous work; all 
the analytical work in connection with 
these studies, which was previously done 
in the food division, has been transferred 
to this laboratory, necessitating an in* 
crease in the numb erof analysts employed. 
This change was made on account of in- 
creased work in food division in connec- 
tion with the enforcement of food and 
drugs act: 

Salaries 12.500.00 

Traveling expenses 250. 00 

Supplies 4,190.00 

General expenses 500.00 

17,440.00 

14. V^table physiological chemistry — Con- 

tinuation and extension of previous work 

in collaboration with Bureau of Plant 

Industry; study of the influence of fer- 
tilizers, especially phosph&te salts, on 

the gluten content of wheat; study of 

the influence of preceding legume crops 

on the gluten content of wheat; study of 

bariey and malts; for the continuation 

and completion of the work previously 

done in plant analysis laboratory: 

Salaries 11,300.00 

Traveling expenses 260. 00 

Supplies 3,650.00 

General expenses 600.00 

15,700.00 

15. Special investigations: 

Forstudying effect of cold storage on foods 6,000.00 

For examination for nitrogen of Bll samples requiring 
such test. This work has been greatly increased 
by increase of samples under food and drugs act. . . 7, 000. 00 
For study oi effect irf environment on sweet Indian 
com 4,00a00 



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ESTIMATES FOE DEPABTMBNT OP AGEICULTHKE, lOOO. 71 

BUREAU OF CHBUISTRT— -Continued. 

15. Special invcBtigations — Continued. 

For study of fermentation in cider and fruit juices as 
affecting tlie chemical cnmpoaition of their prod- 
ucts $3,000.00 

For special chemical investigations conducted tor or 
in collahoration with other Departments as re- 
quested: tor employment ot eecret-Bervice men 
and others for investigations in connection with 

ontorcement of food and dfugs act 30,000.00 

Salaries 34, 000. 00 

Traveling expenses 4,000.00 

Supplies 10, 000. 00 

General espenses 2, 000. 00 

~ ■ 50,000.00 

Total appropriationa tor the Bureau ot Chemistry for the 

fiscal year 1907 424,180.00 

Total appropriations tor fiscal year 1908 (increase of 

$273,740) 697,920.00 

Tckai estimate ot appropriationB tor fiscal year 1909 (increase 
of $118,800) 816,720.00 

BUREAU OF SOILS. 
[BalorieB, Bureau ol Solla— 140,601).] 

One soil physicist, who shall be Chief of Bureau (increase 

ot $500 submitted) 4,000.00 

One chief clerk 2,000.00 

Two clerks, class 4 3,600.00 

Two clerks, class 3 (increase of 1 submitted) 3,200.00 

Four clerks, class 2 (increase ot 1 submitted) 5,600.00 

Eight clerks, class 1 (increase of 2 submitted) 9,600.00 

One draftsman. ; 1,200.00 

One draftsman 1, 000. 00 

Four clerks, at $1 ,000 each 4, 000. 00 

Three clerks, at $840 each 2,520.00 

One carpenter 840.00 

One photographer 1. 000. 00 

Note.— One fireman, at $840, and 2 watchmen, at $720. 
each have been dropped. 

Oaemeesenger 720.00 

One messenger or laborer 480.00 

One charwoman or laborer 480.00 

One messenger boy 360.00 

Total amount estimated $40,600 00 

Non. — The salary of the Chief of Bureau has been in- 
creased from $3,500 to $4,000. One clerk, class 3; 1 
clerk, class 2, and 2 clerl^, class 1, have been added, and 
1 fireman, at $840, and 2 watchmen, at $720, have been 
dropped. Net increase, $3,620. 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1907 36. 400. 00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscid year 1908 (in- 

creaBO (rf $580) 36,980.00 

Amount estimated for fiscal year 1909 (increase of $3,620). . 40. 6O0. 00 

The employees named above will perform the following 

Administration and supervision: 

Chief ot Bureau $4,000.00 

Chief clerk 2,000.00 

One clerk, class 3 1,600.00 

One clerk, class 2 1,400.00 

9,000.00 



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73 ESTI1CA.IBB FOB DBFABTMENT OF AOBICULTUBB, 1909. 

BDREiAU OF BOILS — Continued. 

Record! and comspondence: 

Five clerka, claaa I $6,000.00 

Three clo-kB, at $1,000 3,000.00 

Two clerks, at $840 1,680.00 

$10,680.00 

Field ncoida and map section: 

One clerk, class 4. 1.800.00 

One clerk, class 1 1,200.00 

One diaftaman 1, 200. OO 

One draftsman 1,000.00 

One clerk, at $1 000 1,000.00 

One clrak, at $840 840.00 

One photographer 1, 000. 00 

8,0*0.00 

Editorial section: 

One clerk, class 4 1,800.00 

T*o clerks, class 2 2,800.00 

One clerk, class 1 1,200.00 

5,800.00 

Accounts: 

One clerk, class 3 1,600.00 

One clerk, class 2 1, 400. 00 

3,000.00 

Property clerk, one clerk, cIabs 1 1.200.00 1,200.00 

Uessengers, fiieman, carpenter, watchmen, la^ 

borers, cnarwomen. etc.: 

OnemeBBengM, at $720 ;, 720.00 

One carpenter, at $840 840.00 

One mesBenger bov, at 1360 360. 00 

One messenger or labm^r, at $480 480. 00 

One duirwoman OT labwer, at $480 480.00 

2,880.oe 

Total $40,600.00 

[Ball invosligationa, 1909— 1200,000.] 

Salaries 140,000.00 

Stationery 1,200.00 

MiBcellaneoufi supplies i;im1 sun icos 3, 155. 00 

Furniture 300.00 

Freight 125.00 

Express 210.00 

Telegraph 80. 00 

Telephone 30. 00 

Appuatus, inBtruments, and laboratory material 2, 250. 00 

Travel and station and field expenses 52, 650. 00 

200,000.00 

Amount of above appropriation tor fiscal year 1907 185, 000. 00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (de- 
crease of $15,000) 170,000.00 

Amount estimated for fiscal year 1909 (increase of $30,000}., 200, 000. 00 

Total amount estimated for all appropriations for the Bureau ai 
Boils for the fiscal year 1909 240,600.00 



The demand for soil-survey work is very great. There are now on file in the Bureau 
of Soils requests for the survey of nearly 400 different areas in the various States and 
Territories. The requests for this work are sent to the Bureau as petitions from citizens 
of different counties, from boards of trade, from chambers of commerce of cities located 
in prominent agricultural dietricM, from experiment stations, from large development 
Companiea, from railroads to aid in their development work, from horticultural societies. 



Z8IIMATES POR DEPARTMENT OP AGBICUI.TUBB, 1909. 78 

BURBATI OF BOILS — Coctlnaed. 

from State depaitmenta of agriculture. State geological Burveya, and from various 

other soiircee. 
With the present appropriation the Bureau averages about 40 areas each year, so 

that with its present force it would require nearly ten veara to complete Uie Burveys 

for which applications are now on file. The followiiw dietributioa oi the work, based 

upon the estunatea submitted hj the Secretary of Agriculture, is contemplated fcs 

the fiscal year 1909. 

AdministratioD : 

Salaries 14,800.00 

Traveling expenses 500.00 

6,300.00 
Inspection and correlation: 

Salaries 2,000.00 

Traveling expenses 1, 000. 00 

3,000.00 

Siconnolitanct iMntyi, 

Appalachian fruit belt: Work contemplated here is taken up under soil utilization. 

Abandoned farms: Work contemplated here is taken up under soil utilization. 

Cotton sails: Work contemplated here is taken up under soil utili^^ation. 

Piedmont plateau: Work contemplated here is taken up under soil utilization. 

Special surveys, experiment station farms; This work will be continued during the 

fiscal year 1909, and, as opportunity permits, detailed soil surveys on a scale of 1 

inch to the acre will be made of the experiment station farms in the United States, 

Cottnlt and areol nrveyi. 

The actual selection of areas to be surveyed is finally decided in September for the 
fall and winter assignmenis of the field parties, and in February for the spring and 
summer assignments, and the exact areas to be surveyed in the fiscal year 1909 and 
the estimated cost of each can not be stated prior to the actual assignments. The 
estimated expenditures to be made and the approximate number of square miles in 
each oi the p^jid divisiona of the United States, based upon the work done in 1907 
and in previous years, and the applications now on file in the Bureau, are as follows: 

North Atlantic Division: There are on file in the Bureau of Soils 22 requests tor soil 
surveys in this division^ aggregating over 10,000 square miles. With due regard to 
requwta from other sections of the country, and the estimates of appropriations, 10 
areas should be surveyed during the fiscal year 1909, covering an aggr^ate area of 3,150 
square miles, at an estimated cost of— 

Salaries $7,812.00 

Field expenses 3, 006. 00 

Total 11,718.00 

The proposed distribution of tills work and tht agricultural interests which will be 
served are as follows: 

New HampskiTe, — Two requests are on file for soil surveys in this State, to furnish 
information regarding the soils and their adaptation to crops in cormection with the 
investigations oi the abandoned tann situation, which this Bureau has been studying 
in cooperation with the New Hampshire Experiment Station. In the interest ol 
the work of rejuvenating the fanning industry of that State, which has been rapidly 

SueQi«l forward, the survey of at least one of these areas should be undertaken 
uringthe fiscal year 1909, 

New Fori.— Applications are on file for the soil survey of 11 different areas in this 
State. These petitions come from grange aasociationB of various counties, the horti- 
cultural department of Cornell University, the New York State department of agri- 
culture, and from oUier sources. The character of these requests indicates the need of 
this work in the development of the truck, hop, alfalfa, tobacco, and fruit interests, as 
well asof the dairyingandotherspecial induBtriesof the State. Atleast 3 areas should 
be surveyed in this State during the fiscal year 1909. 

Maine. — The Maine Agricultural Experiment Station has requested a survey in 
Aroostook County, where the soils are largely devoted to potato culture, and it is 
highly desirable that such a survey should Bo made durii^ the fiscal year 1909. 

New Jersey.— One request is on file for soil-survey work in this State, the object 
being to show the agricultural possibilities of large areas of overflowed land now being 
reclaimed by the State. 



74 ESTIMATES lUB DEPABTUENT OF AOBICTTLTUBE, IMS. 

BDHEAH OF BOILB— ContlnaML 

Rhode Island. — A soil survey of tlie eiitire State has been completed. 

Penngylvania.^ReqaeetB and petitions are on file tor the soil survey of 5 acea« is 
this State. These have been submitted by agricultural aesociations, the experiment 
stations, and individuals. The moet urgent rei^ueeU appear to be from the fruit mtereeta, 
which are rapidly spreadiiig into the mountains aud uigb-plateau section of the State. 
It is desired that reliable infonnation be furnished as to the adaptation of the soil to 
the different varieties of fruit. These requests in the interest of fruit culture are not 
confined to particular counties, but are for large areas, covering a considerable portion 
of the State. Tobacco and general farming intermits are also represented. It la 
decdiable that at least 3 areas be surveyed in this State during the fiscal ^ear 1909. 

South Atlantic Division: There are on file 103 requests for soil surveys m this impor- 
tant division, a^regating over 50,000 square miles. With due regard to requests &om 
other sectioaa of the country and the estimates of appropriations, 14 areas, covering an 
aggregate area of 4,900 square miles, should be surveyed during the fiscal year 1909. 

The estimated cost of this work is: 

Salaries $12,162,00 

Field expenses 8,076.00 

Total 18,226.00 

The proposed distribution of these surveys and the agricultural intereeta which will 

be served are as follows: 

Florida. — Bequests are on file from State officials, farmers, officials o( various 
county school boards, railioad interests, and agricultural societies, asking for the aoil 
survey of 13 areas in this Stat«. At least two areas should be surveyed during Uie 
fiscid year 1909. 

JferyloTuI.— There are on file requests from the Slate ^l<^cal survey and the Stata 
board of immwration for a soil survey of 3 areas in this State. It appears that at least 
2 areas should be surveyed during the fiscal year 1909 ; 1 in the Coastal Plain region, in 
the interest of the truck growers, and 1 in the northern central part of the State, where 
general fanning is practiced and where the type of tanning is changing to conttmu 
with developments m other parts of the country- 

North CarolxTUi. — Requests are on file for the soU survey of 15 areas in this State. 
These requests come from development companies, bankers, railroads, farmers' asso- 
ciations, the State department of a^culture, the State raol<«ical survey, and include 
as well petitions from leading citizens and farmers. The State department of agri- 
culture IS cooperating in this work in a very efficient manner, and at least 2 areaa 
should be surveyed during the fiscal year 1909. 

Georgia, — Requests are on file for the soil survey of 19 areas in this State. They have 
been submitted Dy the colonization departments of several of the large railroads, influ- 
ential citizens, and State officials of various counties, the district agricultural school 
authorities, and from large corporations interested in the production of high-gnde 
cigar tobacco. The interestsinvolved represent fniit, truck, tobacco, cotton, dai^ing, 
and general fannij^. At least 2 areas should be surveyed in this State during the 
fiscal year 1909. 

Smtth Ccrolina. — Applications are on file for the soil survey of 19 areas in this State. 
The requeats come from the experiment station, chambera of commerce, dtiEens' 
associations, railroads, and others interested in the develtmment of the agricultural 
and soil resources of the State. It is desirable that at least 2 areas should be surveyed 
during the fiscal year 1909. 

Virginia. — Requests and petitions are on file for a soil survey of 24 areas in this Stat«. 
These requests are made in the interest of truck growers, fruit growers, tobacco ftowtat, 
and those engaged in general farming. The requests come from county organuatiODS, 
farmers' organizations, boards of supervisors, business men's asaociadona, the experi- 
ment station, lumber companies, railroads, and other organizations, as well as from 
individuals interested in the greater development of the noil resourcee of the State. 
The survey of at least 2 areas should be made during the fiscal year 1909. 

Owing to the great interest in agricultural development in Virginia, and the uivency 
of the requests for information regarding the soils, their treatment, and crop aaapta- 
tions, this amount of work is wholly inadequate^ but is probably the beat that can b« 
done with justice to eimUar demands for work m other States. 

Weil Virginia. — Requests are on ffie for the soil survey of 10 areas in this State. 
The petitions come from farmers' associations, lai^ landowners, and loan companies 
vho desire information regarding the agricultural possibilities of various sections of 
the State, and from the State geological survey, which organization is closely and 
efficiently cooperating with the Bureau. At least 2 areas should be surveyed dnring 
the fiscij year 1909, to provide information for the development of agricultunl intereeta, 
particularly td the fruit interests, which are rapidly becoming mora important. 



BSmulK FOB DEPABTlflCHt OF AOBICULTtTBS, 1909. 75 

BUBBAD OF BOILB — Continued. 

North Central DiviHion: There are on file tequeets and petitions for the eoi] survey 
of 85 areas in this divieion, aggregating over 43,000 square miles. With due regard to 
requests from other sections of tae country, and the ertimates of appropriations, 12 
areas should be eurve^ed during the fiscal year 1909. These will cover an aggr^ate 
area of 6,200 square nules at an estimated cost of — 

Salaries 110,416.00 

Field expenses 6,208.00 

ToKd 16,624.00 

The proposed distribution of this work and the agricultural intereets which will be 
aerved are as follows: 

Indiana. — Requests are on file for the soil survey of 12 areas in this State. These 
requests are from county organizations and leading citiEens and farmers. They have 
particular reference to the unproductive soils of certain portions of the State and to 
the use of marsh lands now being reclaimed, upon iduck trouble is experienced in 
growing t^cultural crops. At least 1 area should be aorvejred during the fiscal year 
1909. 

iUiTUHi.— Requests and petitions for the soil survey of five areas in this State have 
been received from leading citizens, county officials, bank aseociationa, and railroad 
interests. 

Kantat. — Requests are on file for the soil survey of 4 areas in this Stat«. These are 
made by investment and loan companies, by citizens, and by the State university. 
At least 2 areas should be surveyed in this State during the fiscal year 1909. 

Michigan. — Bequests are on file for the soil survey of 11 areas in this Slate. These 
requests are made by horticultural associations, paper companies owning large tracts 
ot pine lands which are being cut over, large iron companies, the State geol<^cai but- 
vey, and by others who are interested in the extensian of the sugar-beet industry. At 
least one county should be surveyed in the interest of the sugar-beet growers during 
the fiscal year 1909. 

Minruiota. — Requests are on file for the extension ot the soil survey to cover four 
additional areas in this State. These requests come from the experiment station, 
county aseociations, commercial clubs, and from the State engineering department. 
The objects involved are particularly the utilization, agricultural value, and mode of 
treatment of vast areas of overflow and swamp lands now being reclaimed, an^ the 
further development of areas suited to the farm crops and to certain special industries. 
At least one area should be surveyed to aid in determining Ihe crop adaptation of 
reclaimed swamp lands, as this seems to be <me of the most difficult questions with 
which the citiiens ot the State have to deal. 

JouiB.— Requests are on file for the soil survev of 6 areas in this State. These are 
in the form of petitions from leading citizens and landowners, representing particularly 
the sugar-beet industry, the work being desired to show uie extension of soils beet 
■nitedto this crop. At least 1 area should be surveyed in this State during the fiscal 
year 1909. 

Miuouri. — There are on file requests from the State geolc^cal department, Ihe State 
experiment starion, and petitions from leading citizens of various counties, asking 
that surveys be made in 12 different areas in this State. It is desirable that at least 1 
area ahould be stuveyed durii^ the fiscal year 1909, and this should be selected to serve 
the inlerestfl of the fruit industry, which is rapidly developing to large proportions. 

Nebraihi. — Petitions and ret^uests received from leading citizens, count}' officials, 
ftnnen' clubs, the State expenment station, and the State imiversity asking for the 
Mol survey of 15 areas in this State. At least 1 area should be surveyed durinn the 
fiscal year 1909, in the north-central part of the State, where as yet no detailed soil 
survey has been made and little is known of the soils or their crop adaptations. 

Nc^h i>(iito(a.— Requests and petitions are on file for the soil survey of 4 areas in 
this State. These have been submitted by citizens' associations, by railroad inter- 
eeU, and by the State agricultural and economic survey. The State is cooperating 
in a very efficient manner in this work, and at least 2 areas should be surveyed during 
the fiscal year 1909. 

While many more requests are on file from some other States, perhaps nowhere is 
the value anci practical importance of the soil survey more fully realized than in some 
ot the sparsely settled areas in North Dakota. New lands are being taken up fc« 
agriculture with little experience to guide the farmers as to the character and treat- 
ment of their lands, or as to the crops which can beet be grown. The districts are now 
being rapidly settled and it is important that t«se httlers make as few mistakes as 
podible, and that the necessity for empirical experiment be reduced to a minimum. 



76 BSIIMAIES FOB DEPABTMBNT OF AOBIOITLinBE, 1909. 

BUREAU OF SOILS — Continued. 

Ohw.— RequeeU, supported by petitioaa from landowners and er&ngeia, u« on file 
for the soil survey of 3 areas in ttia State. At least 1 area should be surveyed during 
the fiscal year 1909. 

Fuoonnn.^Requests are on file for the soil survey of 9 areas in this State. These 
have come from companiea and individuals owning la^e tracts of swamp lands which, 
are being reclaimed and upon which it is difficult to establish agricultural crops; also 
from those interested in tne development of the cut-over timber lands, in the ques- 
tion of v^ietable ^wing for the Qiicago market, and in the extension of dairying- 
At least 1 area, looking Ia the utilization of the vast section of cut-over pine lands, 
should be surveyed during the fiscal year 1909. 

South Central Division: There are on file in the Bureau of Boils requests for the 
survey of 134 areas, aggregating over 67,000 square miles. With due regard to requeata 
frvm other sections of the country and the estimates of appropriations, 17 areas should 
be surveyed during the fiscal year 1909. These will cover an aggregate area of 6,800 
square nules, at an estimated cost of — 

Salaries 114,759.00 

Field expenses 7,375.00 

Total 22,134.00 

The proposed distribution of this worE and the agricultural interests which will 
be served are as follows: 

Alabama. — Applications are on file for the soil survey of 27 areas in this State. 
These requests are supported by petitions of farmere, county agricultural societies, 
colonisation departmenls of various railroads, lumber companies, the officials of 
recently establisiied high schools, and by State officials. 

The State legislature has appropriated {10,000 annually for four years to be used 
in cooperation with and imder the advice and direction of the Bureau of Soils, with 
a view to hastening the completion of the soil survey of the entire State. With ttda 
fund, supplemented by wliat the Bureau can reasonably be expected to expend, it 
is estimated tbat the work in this State can be finished in about five and a half years. 
At least 6 areas should be surveyed in this State during the fiscal year 1909, the 
State paying approximately one-taU of the cost of the work. 

Kentucky.— BjBqneata and petitions from leading citizens and landowners are on 
file for the soil survey of 2 areas in this State. 

Arianwu. — Applications are on file for the soil survey of 18 areas in this State. 
These come as petitions from farmers, boards of trade, county officials, colonization 
departments of railroads, lumber companies, horticultural interests, and the experi- 
ment station. At least 1 area should be surveyed during the fiscal year 1909. 

Oklahoma. — Requests are on file for the soil survey of 6 areas in thb State. These 
are in the form of petitions from farmers' unions, county officials, and the State board 
of i^culture. At least 1 area should be surveyed dnnng tbe fiscal year 1909. 

Louisiana. — Applications are on file for the soil survey of 5 areas. These carry llie 
indorsement of the experiment station, the State geological survey, railroad interests, 
and farmeia' organizations. At least 2 areas shoiild be surveyed m this State during 
the fiscal year 1909, 

Jfismnp^.— Applications ore on file for the soil survey of 9 areas in this State. 
These applications are supported by petitions from farmers, commercial dubs, boards 
of trade, and various railroad interests. At least 2 areas EJiould be surveyed in this 
State during the fiscal year 1909. 

Tennessee. — Applications are on file for the soil survey of 21 areas in this State, com- 
ing from business men's leagues, large landowners, from citizens from all parts of the 
State, and from the experiment station. The interests represented are fruit, in the 
eastern part of the State; tobacco and general farm crops, in the centnd part; 
cotton and associated crops, in the western part, and the development of the barrens 
in the highland rim. At least two areas should be surveyed in this State during the 
fiscal year 1909. The petitions supporting these tequeata are sumeroiu and particu ' 
larly strong and urgent. 

Texat. — Applications are on file for the soil survey of 46 areas in this State. These 
petitions are from farmers' organizations, rice, tobacco, and truck associations, 
irrigation companies, educational institutions, boards of trade, chambers of com- 
merce, and the colonization departments of various railroads, all seeking information 
and guidance in the great agricultural development taking place in the State. At 
least 3 areas should be surveyed in this State during the fiscal year 1909, althotu^ 
from the numerous urgent requests much more work should be done immediately if it 
can possibly be amused. The State is so large and the interests so numerous and 
settlement so ti^id that at least 6 soil-survey parties should be continuouBly at voik in 
Texas. 



ESTIMATES FOB DEPARTMENT OF AGBICULTUItE, 1909. 77 

BUBBAU or SOILS— CDDtlBntd. 

Wertem DivisioD: There are on file in the Bureau of Soila, requestB tor the soil survey 
of 60 areu aggregating over 26,000 square miles. With due regard to requests from 
other Bections of the country and the eatiioates of appropriationa, 8 areas, covering an 
aggngate area of 2,400 square miles, should be aurveyed during the fiscal year 1909, 
at an estimated cost of— 

Saktriee f6,944.00 

Heldexpensee 3,472.00 

Total 10.416.00 

The propoeed distribution of this worit and the agricultural interests which wiU be 
served are as follows: 

Calijarma. — Applications are on file for the soU survey of 25 areas in this State. 



These applications are from chambers of commerce, devDlopment associations, irriga- 
tion companies, State water and forest associationa, horticultural societies, sugar-beet 
intereatB, viticiiltuml interests, superintendents of public schools, State officials, 
colonization departments of railroads, boardsoEsuporvisors, and various other interests 
concerned in the further development of existing agricultural industries, in the 
reclamation of alkali and swamp lands, in the breakir^ up of la^e holdings, and in the 
extenaion of agriculture into unoccupied areas. The survey of at least 3 areas should 
be made in this State during the fiscal year 1909. 

The demand for soil survey work in this State is very la^e and very luvent, and 
much more work should be done than can possibly be accomplished wit£ present 
appropriations, giving due consideratioa to the demands from other sections of the 
counljy, 

Waihington. — Applications are on file for the soil survey <A 3 areas in this State. 
Theee are in the form of petitions from tarmeis, requests from irrigation and lumber 
companies, and others interested in the development of huge tracts of land now ready 
for settlement, or being rapidly cut over, and soon to be opened up for agriculture. 
At least 1 area should be surveyed during the fiscal year 1909. 

Colorado. — Applications are on file for the soU survey of 4 areas in this Stftte. Tbeee 
are supported by petitions from leading farmers and fruit growera, chambers of com- 
merce, irrigation companies, and sugar-beet interests. At least 1 area ehould be sur- 
veyed during the fiscal year 1909. Taking everything into consideration, itseema 
advisable to place the survey where it may assist in the development of the 
important fnut growing interest. 

JdoAo.— Applications are on file for the soil survey of 4 areas in this State. Theee 
ore supported by farmers' petitions and by requests from irrigation companies and 
the experiment station. To aid in the agricultural development taking place under 
the extension of new irrigation systems, at least 1 area should be surveyed durii^ the 
fiscal year 1909. 

Montana. — Applications are on file for the soil survey of 4 areas in this State. Tbcae 
are requests made by ini^tion companies, the colonization departments of railroads, 
and the United States Reclamation Service. One area in this St«te should be surveyed 
during the fiscal year 1909. 

Nevada. — Informal requests have been made bv the colonization department of a 
new railroad traversing die southern section of ue State, for tbe survey of several 
difierent areas in southern Nevada. 

New lleeieo. — A petition is on file made by a chamber of commerce, also informal 
requests from officials of the experiment station for a soil survey of tbe MeeiUa Valley. 

Oregon. — Applications are on file for the soil survey of 4 areas in this State. These 
are supported ny petitions of leading citizens, particularly in tbe interest of the devel- 
<mment of the truit industry. At least 1 area should be eiurveyed during the fiscal 
]r«arl909. 

Utah. — Applications, submitted bv irrigation companies, sugar-beet companies, and 
the colonization departments ot raimtads, are on file requestmg the aoU survey of 3 
areas in this State. 

Wyoming. — Several informal requests have been made tor soil suiveys in difierent 
— '--IS of the State. 



Traveling expenses between areas $4,000.00 

General field supplies 1,600.00 

Total estimated allotments, Soil Survey 91,920.00 



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XSIUiUIZS JOB DEPABIMEITT OF AGBICULXUBB, 1 



BIIKBi.n or BOILB-ConttoMd. 
^oamanofemtmtiunltatktm. 

AdminiBration and inspection of field work: 

Salaries f2,6TO.0O 

Traveling espensee 900. 00 

Total 3,400.00 

Fertilizer requiiementa of eoils: 

Salaries 2,000.00 

Field expenses and supplies 76. 67 

Total 2,076.67 

Plot experiments with fertilizers: 

Salaries 2,200.00 

Field expenses 100. 00 

Total 2,300.00 

Investigation of greenhouse soils: 

This work has for its object a better understanding of the adaptation 
of toUa to claesee of greenhouse plants, such as roses, carnations, 
violets, etc, Wgetherwith the production of winter vt«etables, and 
includes not only the soil adaptation to the general classes, but to 
the varieties of these classes as well as the most economical and 
most eSicient use of manures and fertilizers: 

Salaries 1,400.00 

Field expensee 800. 00 

Total 2,200.00 

Investigation and demonstration of efficient methods of soil management: 
The object of this work is Ui give, in the field, practical advice to 
farmeie in regard to better methods of soil management, and crop 
cultivation, with a view of increasing the yields and at the same 
time maintaining the fertility of the land. This work is done 
in connection with truck, fruit, and general fitrm crops: 

Salaries 2,800.00 

Field expensea 1, 200. 00 

Total 4,000.00 

Educational work and location of school farms: 

The work will be conducted in the States of Alabama, Georgia, and 
Tcocas until completed, and then extended to other States which 
are making _pToviBion for ^ricultuial education by the establish- 
ment of agncultural schools. 

Salary 2,000.00 

Traveling expenses 1, 000. 00 

Total 3,000.00 

Total estimated allotmenia, soil management investigations 16, 976. 67 

This project provides for the following up of the soil-survey work by men who are 
familiar witli the soils of the United States, their adaptation to crops, and Uie highest 
possibilities of their utilization. In the conduct of me soil-survey work a «eat deal 
of information is obtained, and opportunities are seen for improvement <n the soil 
conditions and the crops grown on these soils. During the survey, however, the men 
have their duties to perform and can not stop to give the necessary advice or instructi<m 
to the farmers, and there is no way to obtam such instruction except as it appears in 
the report upon the soils of the area, issued later. These reports, like other published 
matter from this and other departments of the Government, are read and too often 
laid aside unacted upon, and in order to obtain the full benefit of the soil survey it bai 
been found advisable to send men back to many of the areas that have been surveyed, 
to reside awhile in the area, meet the people, and finally to interest them in cbtuiging and 
improving the methods of utilizing theu soils. This is one of the most promismK, aa it 
is one of Qie most practical, lines of work that the Bureau has undertaken, and great 
good has been done in the localities where nich work has been earned <ai. 



uthutes roB dbfabtaeent of aqbioultuke, low. 79 

BUBHATT OT SOILS — CoDtlnned. 

AdminiBtnttitm and inspection: 

Tbia work jirovidee for a general supervision of the soil-utilization 

investi^tions, the diepoaal of the various field parties, and the 

inspection of their weak. 

Halanea 56,250.00 

Ttaveling expeneea 2, 300. 00 

Total 7,660.00 

Adaptation of typea of soils to varieties of fruit in the Appalachian Fnilt 
Belt. 
This investigation includee a field study of the soils of the Appa- 
lachian Fruit Belt, which eitende from the State of New York 
in a southwesterly direction into Alabama. The object of the 
work is to ascertain the closaes of fruits, and the varieties of each, 
best adapted to the difierent soils occuirin^ throughout this region. 
It has for its purpose a better underetandiog of Uie adaptation of 
soils to fruits, with the ultimate object of advising fruitgrowers 
with reference to the location of ordiard sites. 

Salaries 1,800.00 

Traveling expensea 800, 00 

Total 2,600.00 

Adaptation of various types of soil to the production of high-giade 

tobacco in Georgia, Flonda, and Alabama: 

This investigation is for the purpose of determining what types of 
soils are beat adapted to the different classes of tobacco, such as 
wrapper, binder, and filler, within the region indicated, and 
includes the giving of practical advice to tobacco growers of thia 
region with reference to the adaptation of their soils to tobacco, 
t(^ether with the cultural methods and fertilizer treatments best 
suited to meet the needs of the difierent soil types. This work 
is done in cooperation with the Bureau of Plant Industry, and as 
a basis of extending their work into new localities. 

Salaries 1,600.00 

Traveling expenses 800, 00 

, Total 2,400.00 

Inveetigation and demonstration of the real value of worn-out or so- 
called abandoned soils of New York, Fennsylvania, and Ohio: 

This work has for its object a rejuvenation of aOTiculture on the 
so-called worn-out farms of the above-mentioned States, and will 
include numerous demonstrations with croi; rotations, the use o( 
manures and fertilizers far the purpose of bringing the soils into k 
productive condition in the shortest possible tmie. It is dose 
entirely in cooperation with farmers willing to try new methods in 
the several localities on the advice of the Bureau. 

Salaries 2,700.00 

Traveling expenses I.GOaOO 

Total 4,30a00 

Utilization of the soils of the Puget Sound region for fruit and other 
hif^-priced special crops: 
ThjB work will include a study of the lands that have recently been 
cleared of forests, about whose agricultural value little is known 
from actual experience. It will involve a study of the crop 
adaptation of the various t_ypes of soils and the best cultural 
metnodB to follow. The object of the work will be to advise the 
brmers of that general section of the country, in order that they 
may avoid failure through the undertaking of agricultural indus- 
tries to which the region may not be adapted. 

Salariee 2,000.00 

Field expensee 1,200,00 

Total 3,20a00 

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BUBBAD OB* SOILS— Contbrncd. 



Adaptalilm of aoils in C^ifomu to varieties of grapes and of dtnifl and 

deddiioua fruits: 

This work involves a tliomugli study of the soils of GalifoTiua, 

for tlie puipoee of sscerttdning the eoil types beet adapted to the 

production of the different varieties of deciduous and dtrua 

fruits and grapes. The object of the work is to advise with 

C Iters regardiDg the location of sites for these various dasees of 
ts, W^ tracts previously used for the extensive cultivation 
of wheat are being subdivided for fruit KTOwing, and the ex- 
nerience of the Bureau can be aafely reliea upon tor direction aa 
lo the kinds of fruits which may be safely grown on the different 
soils. Also it is the experience of farmers t^t the character ot the 
soil has much to do with the color and keeping quality ot the fruit, 
and to the production of grapes for difierent kinds of wine, laisins, 
and table punxMes. This information is desired by the growers as 
an aid in the further development ot the valuable industries of the 
8tat«. 

Sahmes $3,400.00 

Field expenses 2, 000. 00 

Total 6,400.00 

Investi^tion of the adaptation of soils to crops in Texas: 

This invest^tion involves a study of the general soil formations 
of the State of Texas, together witii a study of the general crop 
adaptation of these [ormations. It has for one of its objects the 
introduction of the study of soils in the schools of the State, as a 
basis tor a more thorough agricultural instruction, which it is pro- 

' posed to introduce in (he public schools. It is further intended 
to acquire a general knowledge of the soil conditions and crop 
adaptations in sdvance of the detailed soil surveys for the informa- 
tion of prospective settlers in an area now sparsely settled, but 
which is rapidly developing. 

Salaries 1,600.00 

Traveling expenses 800.00 

Total 2,400.00 

Investigation ot the adaptation of Uie soils of middle Tennessee for the 
introduction of special crops, and the fuller utilization of the so-called 

This work involves a field study of the crop adaptation of the 
prindpal soil types of the above-mentioned district, bother 
with investigation of the best crop rotations and cultural methods 
for the principal crops grown, and indudes also the introduction 
ot new crops, especially fruits to which some soil types of tfce 
highland rim and so-called barrens are evidently adapted. It has 
for its object the utilization of consideiable areas of land which 
have but recently been deared of their forest growth, tc^ther 
with the necessary demonstrations and advisory work required to 
assist the farmers of the regions. 

Salaries 1,400.00 

Field expenses 800. 00 

Total ^200.00 

Investigation of the adaptation of the soils of eastern South Carolina fbr 

divemification of crops and the introduction of long staple cotton; 
This investigation involves a study of the soil types with parUculsr 
reference to their utilization tor long staple cotton, and their 
ad^>tation to difierent varieties ot upland cotton. Also the 
possibilities of their utilization for other crops and their fertilizer 
requirements to increase the yields and to provide for a greater 
diversification of crops than is now practical. 

Salaries 1,600.00 

Field expenses 800. 00 

Total 2,400.00 

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ESXniAISS FOB DEPABIUENT OP AGBIOULTtmB, 1909. 81 

BTIBBAD OF SOILS— ConUnaed. 
iDTeetiKstion of the adaptation of Boila to diSerent vaiietiea of cotton in 
the Qulf Coast States: 
Thu work has tor its object a specific knowledge of the vsrietiea of 
cotton best adapted to the various soil types occurring thiouglt- 
out the principal cotton-growing districts of the Gulf CfMist States, 
and inciudeB such demonatrationa and adviaory work as will make 
this knowlei^ of the most practical value to the cotton planters 
in general. It is already known that the cotton selected or bred 
for a rich bottom-land soil ia not as well adapted to the eand^ 
uplands and, with the numerous varieties of cotton extant, it is 
desired to work out the prober utilization of each of the great scnl 
types for the specific varieties of cotton adapted to them. 

Salaries «,400.00 

Field expenses J, 200, 00 

Total 2,600.00 

InTeBtigati<m of the adaptation of certain soils in the Gulf States for 
alfalfa and other for^ crops: 
This investigation involves a study of the types of soil best adapted 
to the prnluction of alfalfa and other leguminous for^e crops. 
One of the moat important needs of the South is more forage for 
^e work stock. It nas recently been shown that alfalfa does par- 
ticularly well on the Houston soila, and that some of the other 
leguininous ciowi and Borghum do particularly well on o her 
types of soils. It is proposed to make a thorough investigation 
of the pcaaibility of utilizing some of the important typea of soil 
for the special production of fon^ crops. 

Salaries 1, WO. 00 

Field expenses SOD. 00 

Total 2,400.00 

Total estimaUd aUotments, soil utilization 37, 450. 00 

StOaaaUoB i^ aUoK Jawli. 

The inveetwation of alkali lands and of the methods for preventii^ the accumulation 
of alkali, and the reclaiming of such lands, where aSected with excessive accumulations 
of alkali salts, had procoededtoauchapointof completeness at the end of the fiscal year 
1907 as to show the practicability of handling and reclaiming important types of such 
soil under different local conditions and for different types of alkali. It therefore 
seemed advisable to diacontinue auch investigations. AH matters of advice and farm 
demonstration pertaining thereto will hereafter be handled by the Division of Soil Util- 
ization. The subject, therefore is not included in the division of projects in the eeti* 
motes for 1909. 

JViaete IntuhgiMout. 

The investigations, following the soil survey, of the possibility of producing a Suma- 
tra type of cigar-wrapper leaf on certain soils in the Connecticut VaJley and of Cuban 
filler ttiti on the Oruigebuie eoUs in the Gulf Coast States, and of the introduction of 
new types of tobacco and Uie improvement of tobaccos on certain soils in Vi^inia, 
Ohio, and New York, having been succeaafuUy completed, so far sa the soil posaihilities 
are concerned, further investigations under this head were suspended at the close of the 
fiscal year 1907. The cultural side of the work was turned over to the Bureau of 
Plant Industry for further inveatig^tiona of the posaibility of improving the crop 
through selection of seed and the establishment of a more permanent type ofleaf , whiLa 
the Bureau of Soils will continue the investigation and survey of tobacco soils under the 
Division of the Soil Survey. 

BoafertaUv tnvetOgatlim: 

Investigation d the maintenance of soil fertiliU': Salaries $3,7S0.00 

Investigation of the causes of unproductive soils; Salaries 2, BOO. 00 

Investigations of the organic on^ of unproductivity in soils and the 

effect of green manuring: Salaries 3,000.00 

Invesiigatitm of means for improvement of unproductive soils: Salaries. 2,900.00 

Investigation of the effect of fertilizers on eoile: Salaries 3,000.00 

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82 BSTniiTBB FOB DEPABTMBNT OP AGBICTJLTOEE, 1908. 

BUBBAD OF 80IIS— CODtlDued. 
Field inveetigationa of soil fertility problems in cooperation with experi- 
ment stations: 

SalarieB S3 

Traveling expenses 1 



Total estimated allotments, soil fertility investigations. . 

Labotalory invtaligatiom. 



(b) Relation of cultural methods to phyHical conditbn of ooils. The 
object of this work is to study the efiect of cultural methods on 
the granulation, water-holding power, drainage conditions, ease 
of root penetration, and evaporation, and conservation of soil mois- 
ture: all important factors in crop production. 

(c) Kelation oi manurial treatment to physical condition of soils. 
The object of this work is to investigate the influence of various 
manures and fertilizers in altering tjie structure, Socculation, 
porosity, and moisture-holding capacity; including the detei- 
mination of methods of incorporation, amounts, and the effect of 
time of application of fertilizers and manures. 

(d) Flocculation, sedimentation, and erosion of soils. 

(e) Retention and conservation of fertilizer ingredients by soils. 

(J) Relation of physical condition to temperature of soils. The ob- 
ject of this work is to study the temperature coefficient of differ- 
ent soils and their capacity to absorb and transmit heat and the 
effect thereon of insufficient drains^, improper aeration, packing, 
and texture. The relation of soUs to heat and the modification or 
this relation by cultural methods has an important bearing upon 
the development of crops and even crop adaptation. 

ig) Effect of moisture content on the absorption and radiation of 
beat by soils. The object of this work is to determine tbe effect 
of varyiBg moisture contents on absorption and radiation of heat 
by diflerent soil tj'pes. 

(A) Field demonstration. The object of this work is to demonstrate 
certain laboratory results in the field. 

Salaries '. 

Field eipenses 

Total 

Chemical investigations, includii^: 

la) NitiOKen-carrying fertilizers. 

(b) Chemical properties and components of hiUDUS. The object of 
this work is to investigate the character and nature of the organic 
components of the various soil types, with a view to conserving 
and increasing the amount of humus under different cultural 
treatments, and with a view to modifying the character of the 
decomposition of organic matter to produce the mwt favorable 
conditions for crop production. 

(e) Solubility of soil minerals. ^ 

id) Iron compounds of soil, investigation of. 

(e) Chemical ingredients of organic manures. The work has (or its 
object the investigation of the organic compounds of manures, 
and of their separation, identification, and properties. 

(/) Methods of analysis. The investigarion of new methods of 
analysis, made necessary by more advanced investigations of soil 
properties, and of routine methods. 

(g) Field demonstrations. The object of this work is to demonstrate 
certain laboratory results in the field. 

(A) Chemical properties of alkali soils. This ii . . 
the work necessary for improvement of alkali soils. 

Salaries 

Field expenses 

Total 



EBTaUTBB TOB DBFASTMENT OF AaBICUI^TUBi:, 1900. So 

BUREAU OF SOILS-CoDtlnned. 

UechimicB] Euudysia of eoil types: SalaTJoa $3,840.00 

Unclaatdfied aWytical work: 

Salariea 4, 800. 00 

Supplies 500.00 

Total 5,300.00 

Designing and repairing apparatUB for field and laboratory studies: 
The laboratory investifiations of the phyeical and chemical proper- 
tiea of soils and the field testa require apeciai apparatus designed 
and constructed under the immediate supervision of the men en- 
gaged in the worl:. 

Series 1,000.00 

Supplies 300.00 

Total 1,S00.00 

Total estiiaated allotmenla, laboratory inveatigations 23,750.00 



The object of this investigation, which was started in the spring of 1907, is briefly 
given on the opposite side of this sheet. It is, in eSect, to etudv the reasons of and 
remedies for one of the most important causes of the loss of soil fertility. To it may 
be charged the wasting of wide areas of the arable soils of the United States, and the 
evil does not end there, for the products ot erosion prove a source of menace to, and 
interference with, the nav^tion of the waterways of the country. Desultory efforts 
have been made, through various methods of treatment, to conserve the soils and 
. prevent this waste, but it is now proposed that a systematic study should be made 
of different soils and oi practical methods of preventing their bodUy removal from 
the fields. 
Beconnoiasance study of the effect of erosion on ^ricultural lands: 

Salaries 13,000.00 

Tiavelii^ expenses 2, 000. 00 

Total 6,000.00 

Total estimated allotment, soil erosion 5,000.00 

Miscellaneous supplies, and miscellaneous and contingent expenses for 
maintenance and operation of offices and laboratories: 

Telephone 30.00 

Telearapb 80.00 

Freight 125.00 

BxpreM 210,00 

Furniture 300.00 

Stationery, apparatus, miscellaneous supplies and services, etc 3, 755. 00 

Total 4,600.00 

Total appropriation for the Bureau of Soils, fiscal year 1907 221, 460, 00 

Total appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (decrease, $14,480) 206, 980. 00 

Total estimates of appropriations for fiscal year 1909 (increase, 

133,620) 240, 600. OO 

BUREAO or BNTOMOLOOY. 
[SBlarLea, Boiein of Sntomalogr— tlW,3MI.] 

One entomolc^iBt, who shall be chief of bureau (increase of 

1750 Bubmitted) 14,000.00 

One chief clerk (increase of $200 submitted) 2,000.00 

Two clerka. class three (submitted) 3,200.00 

Four clerks clasB two 5,600.00 

One artist 1.400.00 

Three clerks, class one 3,600.00 

Five clerks, at $1,000 each 5,000.00 



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84 BSnUATES VOB DEPABTMBNX OF AOBICITLTOBB, 1809. 

BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY— Continued. 

One m««engei (S40.00 

720.00 



Total amoimt estimated |26, SflO. 00 

NoTS.^Tbe aalaty of the chief of bureau has been in- 
creased from $3, 250 to $4,000; thechiefcleikfrom 11,800 to 
$2,000, and two cler^ of claee three have been added. 
Total mcreaee $4,150. 

Amount of above appropriation foe fiscal year 1907 19,610.00 

Amount of above Bppropmtion for fiscal year 1908 (increase 

o£ $2,600) 22,210.00 

Amount estimated for fiscal year 1909 (increase of $4,160). . . 26, 360. 00 

The above force will perform the following duties: 
Administrative and executive : 

The following will be engaged on the ad- 
ministrative and executive work of the 
Bureau; 

One chief of bureau 14,000:00 

One chief clerk 2, 000. 00 

One messenger 840.00 

One messenger 720.00 

7,660.00 

Correspondence and files: 

Two clerks, chiss three 3, 200. 00 

Three clerks, class two 4, 200. 00 

Two clerks, class one 2, 400. 00 

Five clerks, at $1,000 each 6, 000. 00 

14,800.00 

Art section: 

One artist 1,400.00 

One clerk, class one 1,200.00 

2,600.00 

Library: One clerk, class two 1, 400. 00 

1,400.00 

Total 26,360.00 

[Entama1ogioa,1 investigations, IIKI»-II49,2«).(».] 

Salaries: 

In Wafiungton $50,000.00 

Out of Wasnii^n 66, 000. 00 

Stationery 1, 000. 00 

Miscellaneous supplies 6, 200. 00 

Furniture 500. 00 

FYeight 300. 00 

Express 600.00 

Telegraph and telephone. 400.00 

ApiMratuB, instruments, and laboratory material 7,000.00 

Traveling, station, and field expenses 17,240.00 

149, 240. 00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1907, . . 76, 000. 00 
Amount of above apprt»>riation for fiscal year 1908 

{increase of $38,800) 113,800.00 

Amount estimated for fiscal year 1909 (increase of 

$36,440) 149,240.00 



No. 1. Amount allotted 3, 600. OO 

No. 2. Amount allotted 16,000.00 

No. 3. Amount allotted 26,000.00 

No. 4. Amount allotted 11,250.00 

No. 6. Amount allotted 17, 000. 00 

No. 6. Amount allotted 5,000.00 

No. 7. Amount allotted 6,000.00 

No. 8. Amount allotted 3,000.00 

No. 9. Amount allotted 2,000.00 

No. 10, Amount allotted 6,300.00 



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XSTIUATSB FOB DEPABTMENT OF AGRICULTUBB, 1909. 85 

BUHBAU OF ENTOHOLOOY-Continaed. 

No. n. Amount allotted 111,600.00 

No. 12. Amount allotted 2,00a00 

No. 13. Amount allotted 12,00a00 

No. 14. Amount allotted 12, 69a 00 

No. 15. — Southern field cmp insect inveatigationB: 

A special emergency appropriation for the cotton boll 
weevil covera & laii(e ^ut of the work under this sec- 
tion, as doee the inveati^tion of Hie insects under 
wa^ in the tolntcco belta d Tennessee and Kentucky. ' 
Project No. 12 also touches upon this .same field. 
But there are insect enemiea of other southern staple 
crops which need inveetigation, notablv of si^ar 
cane and rice. A certain amount of work has been 
done with these insects incidental to other investi- 
gations, and it is proposed thoroughly te study such 
pests of considerable importance as the m^ar-cane 
DOrer, the sugar-cane rootworm, the water weevil of 
the rice crop, and othets. Insects affecting tobacco 
in otberpaits of the South also come under uiis head, 
and with the widespread movement toward further 
diversification of crops in the South it is safe 1« pre- 
dict that the changing of nature's balance will bring 
forward other insect mjuries demanding investiga- 
tion 5,000.00 

No. 16. Hydrocyanic-acid gas investigations; 

Hydrocyanic-acid gas has been the chief means of con- 
trolling the principal scale insects of citrus fruit 
trees in California for many years. A laige percent- 
age of the commercial orcbards in the Btate are fumi- 
gated every year, at a coet ranging from 26 cents to 
$1.50 a tree, or a total annual eipendituro d from 
11,500,000 to 12,000,000, on the basis of the fumiga- 
tion of 60 per cent of the trees every year. It be- 
comes, therefore, a matterof very great importance to 
conduct the operation of fumigation in the most ef- 
fective and economical manner. The work being 
done by the Bureau on this subject in California u 
aimed to thoroughly standardize the process, and 
was undertaken m response to uigent demands from 
the horticultural commissioners of the principal 
fruit-producing counties of California and of many 
prominent groweis. The investigation will cover 
the following subjects: 

(I) Dosage, or the amount of gas necessary for different 
purpoees. The strength of gas necessary to effectively 
control the three prominent scale pests of citrus 
trees in California — namely, the red scale, the pur- 
ple scale, and the black scale — will be determmed 
under different conditions of location in the drier 
foothills regions , and the moister coastal strip for diff er< 
ent seosons of the year and for the diflerent seasonal 
conditions of the tree, as whether in fresh leabge or 
bloom or different stages of the growing fruit. 

(2J Physiol<^cal eSect on the tree and truit. There 
is evidence to show that ^ogas has a distinct stim- 
ulating effect on the tree. T^e facts in this connec- 
ti(m will be determined in the course of the experi- 
mental work. 

(3) Uechanic&I CHjuipment. An important economical 
consideration in gassing is the employment of the 
most suitable tent cloths, and their treatment to 
give durability and imperviousness; also the best 
mechanical means of hoisting tents over the trees. 
To be determined under this heading also are the 
most economical methods of generatii^ the gas and 
an indication of the quality tn chemicala best suited 
for the purpose. t— \ 

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86 ESTIICATBS FOB DEPARTMENT OF AOBIOULTCBE, 1000. 

BUREAU OF ENT0yOLOOY-<>)Dt[iiiiei]. 

No. 16. Hydroc^anic-acid ^ investigations — Cont'd. 

In connection with this experimental work the Bcale 
epeciee themselvee will be given a careful study in 
the fidd to determine their exact liie history as a 
baaia for the intelligent application of the remedy. . . |6, 000. 00 

No. 17. Investigation of insects afiecting drying or uied 

Packers and canners, especially on the Kicific coast, 
have attached much importance to the influence of 
Bulpbui fumes in preventing attack from deetructiv< 

... ..A .-_f_...:__j — ■ id ttried fruits. Therecen. 

i of Chemistry oE this De- 
partment, on the amount of sulphur permisHible in 
such products, has made neceasai^ a thorou^ inves- 
tigation of the suhject to determine lie exact influ- 
ence of sulphuring on insect attack, while the fruit 
is drying and in storage, and to determine how infes- 
tation may be beet avoided. A large numher of 
samples of various clasees of fruits have been col- 
lected both from dmng trays, out-of-doors, and 
from bins where the miit is stored, so that any poe- 
sible insects infesting same might be bred out. A 
considerable series of insects have been thus secured, 
and a study is being made of the life historjr and 
habits of same, as indicating how beet to avoid infes- 
tation. Experiments are necessary another season 
to determine what methods should beet be adopted 
to prevent attack in field and what should be done 

tokeepstoK^housea tree from them 

No. 18. Investigation of insects affecting tobacco; 

The inveet^tion of insects aSecting tobacco was begun 
in July, 1907. The work has been confined to that 
part of the dark tobacco belt known as the Glarks- 
ville and Hopkinsville district, which comprises 14 
counties. Experiments during the season nave led 
to the recommendation of a new method of applying 
araenites to tobacco— that is, to the under side of the 
leaves. When applied in this manner they remain 
longer upon the plant and are not so easily washed 
ofi or into the axils of the leaves as when applied to 
the upper side of the leaves. When applied to the 
upper side of the leaves the arsenites are frequently 
collected by the rain into the axils of the leaves, whore 
they cause a burning and sloughii^ ofi of the leaves. 

Upon 35 to 40 per cent of the acreage of tobacco — that 
V 18, forty to mty thousand acres — tobacco worms are 
band-picked, at a cost of 110 to 112 per acre. Poi- 
soning is just aseffective, often more so, and costs not 
more than $2 per acre. Cooperative experiments by 
demonstrating the proper method of applying 
poisons would Eove to the growers $350,000 to |«)0,000 
yearly. Over the entire belt there is need of dem- 
onstrations of the proper methods of applying poisons 
at the different stages of the plant's growth. 

The total loss to the growera for the season of 1908 may 
be summed uj> as fcllows: A 25 per cent shortage in 
crop, due to injury to seed beds by the flea-beetle, 
loss about $2,000,000; loss due to the tobacco worm, 
1800,000 to $1,000,000; loss due to hand picking, 
1350,000 to $400,000- total, $3,150,000 to $3,400,000. 

A large percentage of the larvce that pupate for the win- 
ter mature upon tobacco just before it is cut or upon 
the suckers which quickly spring up from the stub- 
ble. It is recommended, therefore, that tobacco 
land be plowed ioimediately after a crop is cut to 
prevent the growth of sncken and to kill the wonna 
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ESIIMATBB FOB DEPAETMENT OF AGRIOULTUBE, 1908, 87 

BUREAU OF ENTOUOLOOY-ContlaiHd. 

1. 18. Investigation ot insects aflectii^ tobacco— Cont'd, 
Life hiatory studies upon the diRerent insects affecting 
the crop were begun, but it was impossible to com- 
plete tbem because the invest^ation wan instituted 
BO late in the season. This work should bea^n early 
in the spring of 1908 and continue tlirou^out the 
year. Cooperate insecticide work rfiould be done in 
m every county in the Clarksville and Hopkinavilie 
district and in as many of the other 62 



dark belt as is possible. Demonstration of fail cul- 
tural methods should be continued $2, 600.00 

No. 19. Insect inspection work: 

The Department of Agriculture has become perhaps the 
largest importing awmcy in the United States tor new 
plants and seeds. Much of this material comes from 
the quarters of the world which have never been ei- 

C-ed entomologically and with which there has 
n very little eichMige of plant material. AU of 
this material is likely to narbor new insect peats, the 
introduction of which into the United States might 
work enormous losses to the existing fruit and ol£er 
cultures. All such material is therefore most care- 
fully inspected and thoroughly fumigated^ and when 
ever any of it is infested with new enemies, the de- 
struction of which can not be assured, it is destroyed ■ 
outright. During the past year nearly a thousand 
bts of imported plants were inspected for injurious 
insects, the largest one of these "containing over 5,000 
plants. Many of these lots have been fumigated and 
others have been destroyed and alt were given most 
careful examination. In the course of tliis work some 
pests which threatened to be very important and dan- 
gerous have been detected and destroyed. 
Iiwpection is also made, by request of local nursery- 
men, of all material shipped from the District of Co- 
lumbia to adjoining States, as owing to the laws of 
theee States, no material can pass their borders with- 
out a certificate of inspection. There is no law re- 
quiring such inspection by the Department authori- 
ties, and it is extended as a necesseary courtesy, 
since without it the local dealer would be practically 
limited to sales witliin the District. Comparatively 
little time, however, is required for this feature of the 
work, but the general inspection work of the Bureau 
and the neceeeary exammations and studies of im- 
ported material which go with it occupy the lai^r 
portion of the time of 2 expert assistants 2, 000. 00 

tCott<ai bolh.weerll Inveatigatlons, ie09-*A0,0aa.] 

Balariee— out of Washington $24, 000. 00 

Travelii^, station, and field expenses 11,500.00 

Apparatus, instruments, and laboratory material 1,000.00 

MiBcellaneoiis Buppliee 1,000.00 

Stationery 150. 00 

Pumiture 100. 00 

Freight and expressage 600. 00 

Telf^raph and telephone 150.00 

Rent 600.00 

Contracts and agreements 1,000.00 

Reserved for sporadic outbreaks 10,000.00 

-■■ $50,000.00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1907 85, 000. 00 

Amount o( above appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (de- 

creaae ot $45,000) 40,000.00 

Amount estimated for fiscal year 1909 (increase of $10,000). 50, 000. 00 



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EBTTMA.TEB FOB DEPABTMEITT OV AOBICtn^TtrBB, 1909. 

BDKEAD OF ENTOUOLOOY— Conttntnd. 



No. 1. Amount aUotted «,00a.00 

No. 2. Amount allotted 8,000.00 

No. S. Amount aUotted 1,000.00 

No. 4. Amoont allotted 1,000.00 

No. 6. Amount allotted 1,000.00 

No. 6. Amount allotted 2, 000. 00 

No. 7. Amount allotted 2,600.00 

No. 8. Amount allotted 500.00 

No. 9. Amount allotted 2, 000. 00 

No. 10. Amount allotted 1,000.00 

No. 11. Amount allotted 2,000.00 

No. 12. Amount allotted 2,500.00 

No. 13. Study of the life history of the weevil in the Red 
River Valley of Louisiana sufflciently comprehenaive to 
reveal pointa which may neceisitate changes in the 
qrstem of control perfected in Texas. The insect leacta 
diiectlv to climatic and other conditions. The indica- 
tions already ai« that the adaptations to the conditiona 
found in new regions will make it necessary decidedly to 
alterthesyHtemof controlnowinuaeinTeiaa. Amount 

allotted 750.00 

No. 14. A further stud^ of the Sight of the boll weevil 
especially for ita beanng on quarantinea, but also on local 
control. This work is to be based upon special esperi- 

menta both in ipring and summer. Amount allotted 1, 500. 00 

No. 16. Insecticide invest^tions, Testi:^ sprays, fumi- 
gante, repellants, etc., to determine their effect upon the 
weevil and upon the cotton plant. This ia a special line 
of work made neceasary bjr recent discoveries regarding 
insecticides It will require much caieful attention. 

Amount allotled . 2, 000. 00 

No. 16. A statistical study of boll weevil dami^ to reveal 
the exact extent to which the insect has aSected pro- 
duction. Amount allotted 1, 500. 00 

Ho. 17. Biological relationships between the boU weevil 
and the cotton plant covering tlie efficiency of weevil 
resisting adaptations and the Eioility of the weevil to cir- 
cumvent them, special reference to pilosity, thickneffi of 
caniela, toughneaa of carpel liningB, size and appreeaion 
of bracts, thickness of floral envelopes, density and per- 
natence of foliage, proliferation, retention or shedding of 
infested fruit, determinate growth, etc. Amount 

allotted 2,000.00 

Ko. 18. Practical utilization of the cotton caterpillar in the 
control of the boll weevil, includir^ large scale experi' 
meuts and the obtaining of further information regarding 
the life history and ttansfonnationa of the caterpillar. 

Amount allotted 2,000.00 

Ho. 19. A Btudy of the control of various, insects, the work 
of which complicatea the boll weevil problem. Amount 

allotted 1,000.00 

No. 20. Investigation of the poasibilitv of utUizine cotton 
Btalksinthemanufactureoipaper, alcohol, etc. Amount 

allotted 1,600.00 

No. 21. legislative requirements to prevent artificial dis- 
semination of the weevil and to minimize the damage 
neceesarily suffered within the infested area. Amount 

allotted 760.00 

No. 22. An investigation of the relationship of Spanish 
mom in the hibernation of the boll weevil. Amount 

allotted 1,600,00 

No. 23. Photographic work illustrating the resulta of the 
investigation for use in publications. Amount allotted. 1, 000. 00 



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BSTIU4TE8 FOB DBPABTMENT OF AOBIdTLTTIBB, 1B09. 89 

BUREAU OP BNTOMOLOOy-Contlnuea. 

No. 24. Reeerve to be uaed in endication of isolated 
colonies likely to occur at any time, payment of labor, 
tnvelii^ eipenaeB, cost of inapection, contcacta, etc., 
depending alti^ther upon the size and location of the 
colony or coloniee that may be found. Amount allotted . $10, 000. 00 

[PNTcmtlng apread of motlu. lM»-fl«),OOO.J 
Salatiea: 

In Washington $3,000.00 

Out of Wa^tington (including unskilled labor) <>126, 700. 00 

Miscellaneous suppUe6 10, 000, 00 

Furniture 2&0.00 

Expieea 25,00 

Telegmph and telephone 160.00 

Gas and electricity 15.00 

Hent 860.00 

Apparatus, instruments, and laboratory material 5,000.00 

Traveling, station, and field espenaes 4,000.00 

$160,000.00 

Amount of above appropriation forfiecal year 1907, includ- 
ing $8,692.73 01 immediately available appropriation 

expended prior to June 30, 1907 91,092,73 

Amount of above appropriation fco' fiscal year 1908, less 
$8,692.73 expended prior to June 30, 1907, being the 
balance of the immediately available appropriation 

(increase of $50,311.54) 141,407.27 

Amount estimatedfoifiscal year 1909(increaBeof $8,592.73), 150,000,00 

Total amount estimated for all appropriations for the 
Bureau of £ntomol<«y for the fiscal year 1909 375, 600. 00 

PROJECTS. 

No. 1, Amotmt allotted 5,000,00 

No. 2. Amount allotted 145,000.00 

Total appropriations for the Bureau of Eutomology ior the 
fiscal year 1907, $412,110 (less $141,407.27 available in 
the fiscal year 1908) 270,702.73 

Total appropriations for the fiscal year 1908, $326,010 (leas 
$8,692.73 expended in fiscal year 1907) (increase of 
$48,714,54) 317,417.27 

Totil eatimate of appropriations for fiscal year 1909 (in- 
crease of $58,182.73) 375,600.00 

BUREAU OF BIOLOGICAL BUHVEY. 
[EUarles, Bureau ol Biological Surver— tB,780.] 

One biologist, who shall be chief of bureau $3,000.00 

Two clerks, claaa 1 (increase of 1 submitted) 2,400.00 

Three clerks, at $1,000 each (increase of 1 submitted) 3,000.00 

One clerk 900.00 

One messenger or labom 480.00 

Total amount estimated 9,780.00 

Note. — One clerk of class 1 and one cleric at $1,000 have been added. 

Total increase, $2,200. 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1907 $7,580.00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (no 
increase) 7,680.00 

Amount estimated for fiscal year 1909 (increase of $2,200). . 9, 780.00 
The above force will perform the following duties: 



One chief of bureau 3,000.00 

One meesenget <» laborer 480.00 

3,480.00 

* 01 this amount tllB,700 is to be used in the employment of unskiUed ItjMr. 

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90 ESTIMATES FOB DEPABTMENT 07 AOBICTTI>TtntB, 1909. 

BUBEAU or BIOLOOICAL SUaVEY-Contlnned. 

Coireepondence : 

One clerk, claas 1 11,200.00 

One clerk 1,000.00 

One clerk 900.00 

»3, 100.00 

Office files (reporls and photographs): 

One clerk, class 1 1,200.00 

Two clerka, at $1,000 each 2, 000. 00 

3,200.00 

Total », 780.00 

[BiologicuJ invtstigalions, 1009—100,170.] ' 

Salaries: 

Id Washington $30,000.00 

Out of Waadngton 9,224.00 

Traveling, and other field eipenseB 17, 396, 00 

Miscellaneous and laboratory materials E, 500.00 

Stationery 400. 00 

Furniture 250.00 

Express 200.00 

Freight 100.00 

Telegraph and telephone 100. 00 

Total 60,170.00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1907 44,420.00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (no 

increase) •. . 44, 420. 00 

Amount estimated for fiscal year 1909 (increase of fl5,750) . 60, 170. 00 

Total of all appropriations estimated f<r the Bureau (rf Biological 
Survey for the fiscal year 1909 69,950.00 

PROJECTS. 

The following toe the more important pri^ects proposed 
tobeconducted by the Bureau of^Biological Survey under 
above appropriation: 

No. 1. Preparation of reports and maps rolating to life and 
crop zones — 
Dr. 0. Hart Merriam, chief, in charge: 

Salaries 110,000.00 

No. 2. The biological earvey of California— Dr. 
C. Hart Merriam, Chief, in charge: 

Salaries 1800.00 

Traveling, and other field expenses.. 1,500.00 

2,300.00 

No. 3. The biological survey of New Mexico — 

Vernon Sailey, assistant in charge of 
geographic dialJibution, in charge: 

Salaries 600.00 

Traveling, and other field expenses.. 600,00 

1,200.00 

No. 4. The biological survey of Colorado — Mer- 
rill Gary, aBBistant biologist, in charge: 

No expenditure. 
No. 6. The biological survey of Texas — Vernon 
Bailey, assistant in charge of geo- 
graphic distribution, in charge; 

Salaries 600.00 

Traveling, and other field expenses. . 600, 00 

1,200.00 

No. 8. The biological survey of Alaaka^W. H. 

O^ood, BssiBtant biologist, in charge: 

Sahiy 600.00 

Traveling, and other field expenses. . 600. 00 

1,200.00 

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BSmUXES FOB DEPABTUEHT OF AiSBICDLTtJBB, 190». 

BUBEAC or BIOLOOICAL SURVSY-Contlnusd. 

No. 9. InveetigatioLiB of the food-habits of biid< — Dr. A. E. 
Fiifihpr, aBsistant in rhtLr w q| economic iuvefltif^ 
tiOTU, in cbiuse: 

Salaries '. HOOaOO 

No. 10. The relation of birds to the cotton-boll 
weevil— A. H. Howell, assistant biolo- 
gist, in charge: 

Salaries I90a00 

Traveling and other field expenaes. 1, 200. 00 

2,ioaoo 

No. 11. The food habits of California birds — 

F. E. L. Beal, asHistant in chaige ol 

economic omitholog}', in chaige: 

Salaries 1,200.00 

Travelingandother field expetMes., 1,000.00 

2,20a00 

No. 13. "Hie food of land and game birds of the United 

Statcft— W. L. McAtee, assistant biologist, in 
charge: 
Purchase of stomachs for laboratory examina- 
tion joa 00 

No. 14. The food of aquatic game birds — W. L. McAtee, 
assistant biologist, m charge: 
Purchase of material for laboratory examina- 
tion lOa 00 

No. 16. Bird miction— Prof. W. W. Cooke, migration ex- 
pert, m ctuuge: 

Salary 1,200.00 

No. 17. The relation of mammals to agrifultiire— 
Dr. A. E. Fisher, assistant in charge 
of economic investigations, m 
charge: 

SalanM $2,600.00 

Travehngandotherexpenses 1,600.00 

4,ooaoo 

Ho. 19. The importation of animtds, biidSj and 

e^ of birds — Henry Oldys, assistant 

biol(«ist, in charge: 

Sa&riM 1,200.00 

Iim)ectionfee6 and field expenses.. 1, 375.00 

2, 575. 00 

No. 20. The publication of information concerning game 

and birds — Dr. T. S. Palmer, assistant in charge 

of game preservation, in charge: 

Salaries 2,500.00 

Ho. 21. The protection of gwne and birds — Dr. 

T. S. Palmer, assistant in chai^ of 

game praaervation, in charge: 

Salaries 12,200.00 

Traveling and other field expenses. 1, 800. 00 

4,ooaoo 

Ho. 22. Bird reaervationB and game refines — Br. T. S. 
Palmer, assistant in charge of game preser- 
vation, in chaige: 
Wardens' salaries lOaOO 

No. 23. Protection of game in Alaska— Dr. T. S. Palmer, 
assistant in charge of game preeervation, in 

(No expenditure.) 
No. 24. The destruction of ^und squirrels, in- 
cluding the study of bacterial dis- 
eases — S. E. Piper, scientific assistant, 
inchatge: 

Balanes $1,200.00 

Travding and other field expenses. . 1, OOa 00 

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93 ESnUATES FOB DEFABTUBNi; OP AQBIOUUTUBB, 1W9. 

BUBEAO OF BIOLOGICAL eURVET-Conllnufld. 

Ho. 25. The relation of wolves and other pre- 
daceoua mfltnmnia to stock Taiamg — 
Vernon Bailey, oasiHtant in charge of 
geographic distribution, in charge: 

Salaries Vl,OOaOO 

Traveling and other field expeneea . 600. 00 

rusoaoo 

No. 26. Fox fanning— W. H. Osgood, aanstant 
biolc^ist, in charge: 

Salaries 800:00 

Tiaveling and other field expenses. 1, OOO. 00 

L 900. 00 

No. 27. The relation of wild geese to the grain crops of Cali- 
fornia — Dr. A. K. Fiaherj aseuitant in charge of 
economic investigatioiiB, m charge: 

(No expenditure.) 
No. 28. AdniiniBtrati(mof the three Divisionsof Economic 

Investiratbn, Gec^raphic Distribution, and of 

Game Freaervation, into which the work of the 

Bureau is divided; also the compilation of data 

from field reports and other sources, and the 

preparation of circulars, bulletins, and other 

publications of the Bureau on economic subjects. 13, 690. CD 
Below are given two new Eubiect« for investiga' 
tion during the fiscal year 1909, which have not 
been definitely taken up previously, Iot lack of 

No. 29. Field work in the Eastern States to leam 
the damage done by birds to small 
fruits — Dr. A. E. Fisher, assistant in 
charge of economic investigations, In 
charge: 

BJaries...., »300.00 

Traveling and other field expenses. . 500. 00 

800.00 

This subject will require work ext«nd- 

ing over several seasons. 
No. SO. Investigating the distribution of diseases 
of quail and other native game birds — 
Dr. T. S. Palmer, sffiistant in charge of 
game preservation, in charge: 

Salaries 600.00 

Traveling and other field expenses. . 800. 00 

1,400.00 

A disease, supposed to be the deadly grouse 

disease of Europe, has appeared in this country, 
and is already causing great losses among some ot 
our native game birds, and thieatens their entire 
destruction. For this reason an early investiga- 
tion of the extent of its distribution and of its 
effect should be made with a view to methods of 
prevention. This will require work in coopera- 
tion with the Bureau of Animal Industry, during 
several seasons. 
Total appropriation for the Bureau of Biological Survey 

for the fiscal year 1907 52,000.00 

Total appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (no increase) 52,000.00 

Total appropriation forfiscal year 1909(iDcreaseoftl7,950). 69,960.00 

DIVISIOK OF ACCOUNTS AXD DISBUKSEMENTS.-CoDtlnusd. 
[B&lartei, DlvlsEon of Accounts and Di8bur9emenla-t4e,«0.1 
One chief of division and disbursing clerk, who shall be administrative 
officer of the fiscal affairs of the Deputment (increase of J500 submitted) . $3, 260. 00 

One assistant chief of division 2,500.00 

One auditor 2, OOO. 00 

One cashier and chief clerk 2,000,00 

One clerk, dasB 4 1,800.00 



BSmiAIEB FOB DBPABTHBHX 07 AiGBIOTJnrDBB, 1909. 93 

CIVIBION 07 ACCOCNTS AND SIBBUBBEHEMTB-Contlniiiid. 

Six clerki, claa 3 (increaae of (me submitted) 19,600.00 

Eigjit clerks, class 2 (increase of one subnutted by transfer imta Secre- 
tary's office) 11,200.00 

Four clerks, class 1 (one of whom ehall be a Etenographer and typewriter) 

(increaae of one submitted) 4, 800. 00 

Tbree clerks, at J1,000 each 8, 000. 00 

One clerk 900. GO 

Two clerks, at $840 each 1, «80. 00 

Thiee clerks, at (720 each 2,160.00 

One custodian of records and files 1,000.00 

One measenger 600.00 



Total amount estimated 46, 490. 00 

KoTB. — An increase of $500 is eubmitled in the salary of the chief 
of division and diebursing clerk, and the words "who shall be admin- 
istiative officer of the £scal aflairs of the Department " have been 
added to make it fit the additional duties performed by this official. 
One clerk of claas 3, one clerk of claae Z (by transfer from the Secretaiy's 
office)and one clerk of claffil,have been added. Total increase, $4,700. 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1907 32, 210. 00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (increase of $9,580) . . 41, 790. 00 

Amount estimated lor fiscal year 1909 (increase of $4,700) 46,490.00 

The above force will perform the following duties; 
Administration : 

One chief of division and disbuisisg clerk, who shall be ad' 

ministrative officer of the fiscal afiairs of the Department. . $3, 260. 00 
One assiBtant chief of division (in charge of the ^ eathet Bu- 
reau branch) 2,500.00 

One caebier and chief clerk 2,000.00 

One messenger 600.00 

8,360.00 

Cash section: 

One clerk class $ 1,600.00 

Three clerks class 2 4,200.00 

One clerk cktral 1,200.00 

One clerk 720.00 

7,720.00 

Bookkeeping section: 

One clerk class 3 1,600.00 

One clerk class 2 1,400.00 

One clerk 1,000.00 

One clerk 840.00 

4,840.00 

Auditing section: 

One auditor 2,000.00 

One clerk clasB 4 1,800.00 

Three clerks class 3 4,800.00 

Four clerks class 2 5, 60O. 00 

One clerk class 1 1,200.00 

One clerk 900. 00 

One clerk 840.00 

One cleric 720.00 

17,860.00 

Owd indexing: 

One clerk claas 3 1,600.00 

One clerk 1,000.00 

One clerk 720.00 

3,320.00 

OorreepondBnce and filing: 

Two clerks class 1 2,400.00 

One clerk 1,000.00 

One custodian of records and files 1,000.00 

4,400.00 

Total , 46,490.00 



94 BSTIMAXES FOB DEPABIUENT OF AGBICULTUBB, 1009. 

DIVISION OF PUBLICATIONS. 
[Bdulea, DlTlslon ol PubUcitloDS— 1111^30.] 

Oiie«ditor, who shall be chief o{ division $3,000.00 

One editor, who Btukll be asaistEmt chief of division (increase 

of $250 Bubmitted) 2,500.00 

One associate editor (increase of $250 submitted) 2,250.00 

One Eissistant in charge of indexing (increase of $200 sub- 
mitted) 2,000.00 

One index clerk (aubmitted) 1, 600. 00 

Four assiBtanC editors, at $1,800 each (increase of $200 each 

submitted) 7,200.00 

Two editorial clerks, at $1,400 each (increase of one sub- 
mitted) 2,800.00 

One aesifltant in chaise of jlluetrations 2, 000. 00 

One draftsman or photographer (change in title) 1,500.00 

Two draftsmen or phob^raphers at $1,400 each (chaise in 

tide) 2,800.00 

One draftsman or photographer (change in title) 1,200.00 

Two draftsmen or photographers, at $1,000 each (sub- 
mitted) 2,000.00 

One chief clerk (increase of $200 aubmitted) 2, 000. 00 

Five clerks, class 1 6, 000. 00 

Seven clerks, at $1,000 each 7,000.00 

One assistant in charge document section 2,000.00 

r le assistant in docmnent section 1,400.00 

One assistant in document section 1,200.00 

One foreman in document section 1,400.00 

One foreman, farmers' bulletin distribution 1,200.00 

Two forewomen, at $1,200 each 2, 400. 00 

One chief folder 1,000.00 

One folder 900.00 

Three folders, at $840 each 2,520.00 

One clerk 900.00 

Seven clerks, at $840 each 5, 880. 00 

Twenty-nine clerks, at $720 each 20, 880. 00 

Thirty-two clerks, at $600 each 19,200.00 

One photographer 1, 200, 00 

One assistant phott^rapher 840. 00 

Eight skilled laborerH,at $720 each 6,760.00 

Thulieen skilled laborers, at $660 each (submitted) 8,580.00 

Twenty skilled laborers, at $600 each 12, 000.00 

One measenger S40.00 

Three messengers, at $720 each 2, 160. 00 

Three meesengerB, at $600 each 1, 800. 00 

Two mesaengers, at $420 each 840.00 

One messenger boy 360, 00 

One fireman 720. 00 

Total amount estimated $141,830.00 

Note.— An increase in salary of one editor and assistant chief from 
$2,260 to $2 500 one associate editor from $2,000 fo $2,250, one asaiaUnt 
in charge of indexing from $1,800 to (2,000, one chief clerk from $1,800 

to $2,000, and four aeeiatant editors from $1,600 to $1,800, One index 
clerk at $1,600, one editorial clerk, at $1,400, two draftsmen or photog- 
raphers at $1,000 each, and thirteen skilled laborerB, at $660 each, have 

been added. The title "draftsman or clerk" has been changed to 
"draftsman or photographer" wherever these grades appeared. Total 
increase, $15,280. 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1907 $116,270.00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (in- 
crease of $10,280) 126,550.00 

Amountestimated for fiscal year 1909 (increa^cof $15, 280).. 141,830.00 

The above force will perform the following duties: 
AdminiBtration: 

One editor, who shall be chief of division.. $8,000.0U 



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FOE DEPARIMENT OF AQEICULTUHB, 1000. U5 

MVISION OP PDBLICATIONS— ContinoBd. 

AdminiBtratioii— Continued. 

One editor, who shall be assistant rhief of 

division K, 500. 00 

One chief clerk 2,000.00 

Onederk, class 1 1,200.00 

Onedeik 1,000.00 

Two derkfl, at $720 each 1,440.00 

One messenger 840.00 

One messenger 420.00 

$12,400.00 

Conespondence and files: 

One derk, claas 1 1,200.00 

Two cleiks, at $1,000 each 2, 000. 00 

One derk 900.00 

Five derki, at $840 each 4, 200. 00 

Bix derks, at (720 each 4, 320. 00 

Eight derke, at $600 each 4,800.00 

One folder 900.00 

One skilled laborer 600. 00 

One meSBenger 720.00 

19,640.00 

Editorial section: 

One asBociftte editor 2,250.00 

Four assistant editors, at $1,800 each 7,200.00 

Two editorial clerks, at (1,400 each 2, 800. 00 

One derk 840.00 

13,090.00 

niustration section: 

One assistant in chatge ot illuetrations 2, 000. 00 

One draftaman or phot<^rapher 1,500.00 

Two draftsmen or photographcie, at $1,400 

each 2,800.00 

One draftsman or photographer 1,200.00 

Two draftsmen or photographcre, at $1,000 

each 2,000.00 

One derk, dass ] 1,200.00 

One derk 720.00 

- Onederk 600.00 

One photographer 1, 200. 00 

One assistant photographer 840. 00 

One messenger 600.00 

14,660.00 

Indexing section: 

One assistant in chai^ of indenting 2, 000. 00 

One index clerk 1,600.00 

One clerk 1,000.00 

Onederk 840.00 

Two clerks, at $720 each 1,440.00 

6,880.00 

Document section: 

One asaistant in charge of document ecct ion . 2, 000. 00 

One assistant in document section 1, 400. 00 

One assistant in document Bection 1, 200. 00 

One foreman in document section 1, 400. 00 

One foreman farmers' huUetin distribution. 1,200.00 

Two forewomen, at $1,200 each 2, 400. 00 

Two derks, class 1, at $1,200 each 2, 400. 00 

Three clerks, at $1,000 each 3, 000.00 

One chief folder 1,000.00 

Three folders, at $840 each 2, 520. 00 

Eighteen derks, at $720 each 12, 960. 00 

Twenty-three clerks, at $600 each 13,800.00 

Eightskilled laborers, ftt$720each 5,760.00 

Thirteen skilled laborers, at $660 each 8, 580.00 

Nineteen skilled laborers, at $600 each 11,400.00 

Two messengers, at $720 each 1, 440. 00 

Two messengers, at $600 each 1,200.00 C OOolc 



96 B8XIUATBS FOB DEPARTMENT OF AQBIOULXTJELB, 1909. 

DIVISION or PUBLICATIONS-Contluued. 

DocumeDt aection — Continuecl. 

One me89enger, at $420 1420.00 

One messenger, at $300 360. 00 

One fireman, at $720 720.00 

176,160.00 

Total 141,830.00 

(FabllcatloDi, Department ol Agriculture— tW.OOO,] 
The eetimatee for farmeis' bulletins for the fiscal year 1909 are in* 
duded in the eetimatee for public printing and binding, to be done 
under the Public Printer. 

The estimates for additional BBBistantB for the fiscal year 1909 are 
combined with "labor and material" appropriation and estimated for 
under title "Publications, Department of Agriculture." 

Salaries, in Washington $20, OOa 00 

Bents: 

215 TUrteenth street, SW $5,000,001 

Room 151, Washington Safe Deposit [ 5, 060. 00 

Company 60.00J 

Envelopes loT distribution of documents, etc 8, 000. 00 

Statbnery 1,00ft 00 

Office furniture, fixtures, etc 1, 000. 00 

Photographic and artists' materials 2,500.00 

MisceUajieoua supplies, etc 1,516.00 

Electric current 700. 00 

Gas 150.00 

Telephone 75,00 

Total amount estimated $40,000.00 

Amount of lump-fund appropriation for Ivcal year 1907. 132,250.00 
Amount of lump-fund appropriation for fiscal year 1908. 

(decrease of $^,260») 36,000.00 

Amount estimatea for fiscal year 1909 (increase of $5,000) . . 40, 000. 00 

Total of all appropriations estimated for the Division of Publica- 
tions for the fiscal year 1909 181,83100 

* NoTB. — There is an apparent decrease in the fiscal year 1008 of 
$97,260, but in reality it is an increase of $1,500 under general expenses 
tor additioiul assistance and materials, as the item of $98,750 tor print- 
ing farmere' bulletins has been omitted and transferred to the appro- 
priation for printing and binding, under the Public Printer, inaccoraance 
with section 2 of tne sundry avil act, approved June SO, 1906 (Public, 
No. 383). 
Total appropriations tor the Division of Publications for 

the fiscal year 1907 $248,620.00 

Total appropriations for fiscal year 1908 (decrease of 

186,970) 161,550.00 

Total estimate of appropriations for fiscal year 1909 (in- 
crease of $20,280) 181,830.00 

BDREAD OF STATISTICS. 

[B«larlc«. Bureau ol Statlatke-IM.W.] 

One statistician, who shall be Chief of Bureau $3,500.00 

One assistant statistician, who shall he Assistant Chief of 

Bureau (increase of $300 submitted) 2, BOO. 00 

NoTB.— One editorial assistant, at $2,300, transferred to 
the lump-fund appropriation. 

One chief clerk 1, BOO. 00 

Six derks, class 4 10,800.00 

Nine derks, class 3 14, 400. 00 

Twelve clerks, class 2 16,800.00 

Two clerks, at $1,300 each 2,600.00 

Tlurteeu derks, class 1 (increase of 2 submitted) 16,600.00 



bshmates fob depabtment of agricultube, igo9. 

BUREAU OF STATIBTICS-Contliiaed. 

Nine clerks, at tl.OOO each (decreaise of 1 by transfer to 

Secretary's roll) -. t9,000.00 

Four clerks, at (900 each 3,600.00 

Four clerks, atf840each 3,360.00 

Ten clerks, at $720 each 7,200.00 

Six clerks, at $600 each 3, 600. 00 

Two mesBengere, at $840 each 1, 680. 00 

Total amount estimated $9i 

NOTB. — The salary of the AsBiatant Statistician has been increased 
from $2,200 to $2,500. One editorial assistant at $2,300 lias been trans- 
ferred to the lump-fund appropriation, and one clerk at $1,000 has been 
tranaferred to the Secretary's roll. Two clerks of class 1 have been 
added. Net decrease, $600. 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1907 $97,660.00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (de- 

creaae of f 620) 97,040.00 

Amount estimated for fiscal year 1909 (decrease of $600). ... 96, 440.00 

The above force will perform the following duties; 

Ez^iMlive and admintslrative. 

Office of the statistician: 

One statistician $3, SOO 

One assistant statistician 2,500 

One clerk class 4 1, 800 

Two clerks class 3 3,200 

One clerk class 2 1,400 

12,400.00 

Office of the chief clerk: 

One chief clerk 1,800 

Two clerks class 1 2, 400 

One clerk at $900 900 

One clerk, at $720 720 

6,820.00 

The increase shown is due principally to an addi- 

onal clerk of class 1 allowed. 

Divition of donugHe crop rtpatU, 
Township section: 

One clerk class 4 $1, 800 

One clerk class 3 1, 600 

Five clerks class 2 7,000 

Five clerks class 1 6,000 

One clerk, at $1,000 1,000 

One clerk, at $900 900 

One clerk, at $840 840 

Three clerks, at $720 2,160 

One clerk, at $600 600 

21,900.00 

County and township list section: 

Four clerks, class 4 $7,200 

One clerk, class 3 1,600 

Three clerks, class 2 4.200 

Two clerks, at $1,300 2,600 

Two clerks, class 1 2, 400 

Four clerks, at $1,000 ■. 4,000 

One clerk, at $900 900 

Two clerks, at $600 1.200 

24,100.00 

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98 BSTIMATES FOB DBPABTMBNT OF AOBICULTDBB, 190ft. 

BUREAU OF STATISTICS— CoDtiaiied. 

Mailing aection: 

Two clerks, claa 1 ?2,4O0 

One clerk, at 11,000 1,000 

One clerk, at (900 900 

One clerk, at (840 840 

Two clerks, at $720 1, 440 

One mesaenger, at $840 840 

17,420.00 

> Editorial dhinon and library. 

Editorial and libiary section! 

Two clerks, class 3 ?3.200 

Two clerks, class 2 2,800 

Two clerks, claea 1 2,400 

Two clerks, at 11,000 2,000 

OnemesseMer, at f840 840 

11,240.00 

The increase shown is due principally to an additional 

clerk of class 1 allowed, and the transfer of clerks from the 
Division of Domestic Crop Reports. 
Typewriting section: 

One clerk, at $1,000 (1,000 

One clerk, at $720 720 

Two clerks, at $600 1, 200 

2,920.00 

Ihvuiwn of foreign tnoriets. 

Three clerks, class3 $4,800 

One clerk, clasB 2 1,40(1 

Two clerks, at $840 1,680 

Three clerks, at $720 2,]fl0 

One clerk, at $600 WO 

10,640.00 

Total 96,440.00 

[Collecting BgilualtursI ■tatlati(ia-Si3S,000.] 

Salaries in Washington $]B, 500.00 

Salaries outside of Washington 70,000.00 

Traveling expenses 42,900.00 

Stationery 5, 400. 00 

Miscellaneous supplies and services, equipment, boob, 

machinery, etc 2,000.00 

Furniture 1, 600. OO 

Telwraph 570. OO 

Telephone 30.00 

Freight 30. 00 

ExprcK - 70.00 

$138,000.00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1907 108,000.00 

Amount of above appropriation tor fiscal year 1908 (in- 
crease of $10,000) 118.000.00 

Amount estimated for fiscal year 1909 (increase of $20,000) 138, 000. 00 

The above in detail are as follows: 
Salaries in Washington: 

Crop report $4, 000. 00 

Executive and administrative 8,100.00 

Bulletins, staiistical appendix, and misccl' 

IsneouB 3, 400. 00 

15,600.00 

Salaries outside Washii^on: 
Crop report — 

Special field agents 37,300.00 

State statistical agents 27,000.00 



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ESTIIUTES FOB DEPABTUENT 0? AGBICnLTDBB, 1009. 99 

BUBBAU 07 aTATISTICa-Contlnoad. 

SalaTiea outside Washington — Continued. 

Coopeiative work with Minnesota Experi- 
ment Station |3, 300, 00 

Slatifltics in connection with rural schools. 1,400.00 

Investigations of improved methoda of se- 
curing statistics of acreages of farm prod- 
ucts 2,000.00 

ro,ooo.oo 

Traveling expenses ; 
Crop report — 

Special field agents 31,500.00 

State statistical agents 7,800.00 

Executive and adminiatrative 2,000.00 

Bulletins, statistical appendix, and miscel- 
laneous •. 500. 00 

Statistics in connection witn rural schools. 1, 100.00 

42,900.00 

Stationery, miscellaneoua supplies and services, 

and furniture: 

Crop report 6, 500. 00 

Executive and administrative 1,000.00 

Bulletins, statistical appendix, and miscel- 
laneous 1, 400. 00 

8,900.00 

Telegraph and freight: Crop report 600.00 

Telephone and express: Executive and administrative 100.00 

Total 138,000.00 

PROJECTS. 

Cr*^ report, collection, compilation, prepara- 
tion and issuance: 

Salaries in Washington $4,000.00 

Special field agents- 
Salaries 37, 300. 00 

Traveling expenses 31.500.00 

State statistical agents — 

Salaries 27,000.00 

Traveling expenses 7, 800. 00 

Supplies, stationery, furniture, etc 6,500.00 

Tel^raph and freight 600.00 

114,700.00 

Executive and administrative: 

Salaries in Washington of officials, messen- 
gers, laborers, carpenters, etc 8. 100. 00 

Traveling expenses of officials 2,000.00 

Supplies, stationery, furniture, etc 1, 000. 00 

Telephone and express 100.00 

11,200.00 

Bulletins, statistical appendix, and miscella- 

Salaries 3, 400. 00 

Supplies and stationery 1,400.00 

Travel 500.00 

6,300.00 

Cooperative work with Minnesota Experiment Station; 

Salaries 2,300.00 

Slatiatirs in connection with rural schools: Salaries and 

traveling expenses , 2,600.00 

Investigations of improved methods of securing statistics 

of acreages of farm products; Salaries of special local 

agents in various States 2, 000. 00 

Total 138,000.00 

Objects of work; Descnption of, with explanation of 
various items of expenditure, and total amount to bo 
charged to above-mentioned appropriation for each pur- C^(~)Oolp 



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100 BSTIMATBS FOB DEPARTMENT OF AGHICULTURB, 1909. 

BUBBAU OF STATISTICS-Conlioued, 

Crop report. 

Bourcti of In/ornialfcm. 

Sp«cul field agents; In addition to the 2 men provided for 
in the appropriation for the fiscal year 1908 and now on 
duty, it 19 desired to add 3 men to thia service to be as- 
signed to territories that can not receive proper attention 
from the forceat present available. CoBtoimaintcnance.. (68,800.00 

Slate statistical agents: In addition to the a^ent appointed 
under the appropriation for 1908, it is desired to add an 
additional man_, to be aBsigned to the State of Florida. 
The benefits of increased travel on the part of State agents 
during the past year were so noticeable that it is desired 
to allot a larger sum to this purpose. Cost of mt ' ' 

County coireBpondents, about 2,900, who report t 
Bureau from eacn county, basing their figures on personal 
observation, inquiry, and reports from assiatanta located 
throughout their respective counties. 

No material compensation for the services of these corre- 
(pondenta, other than Department publications and seeds. 

Township correspondents, about 30.000 in all, an aver^ 
of about 10 to each county, who report to the Bureau tno 
conditions in their respective localities. 

No compensation, except by means of Department pub- 
lications and seeds. 

All the above-mentioned classes of correspondents report 
monthly, giving information appropriate to the season con- 
cerning the agricultural products within tbeir respective 

In addition to the above regular lists of correspondenfa 
there are tie following; 

Individual representative farmers, who report once a 
year upon grain, in answer to (jueations as to yield upon 
their individual farms, and twice a year from the cotton 
States — in the spring to the question of acre^ and in the 
fidl t« the question of yield upon their individual farms. 

Bankers, merchants, etc., rejwrting twice a year to the 
question of acreage inithe spring and yield in the fall of 
cott«n. 

Ginners, in the cotton States only, reporting twice a year 
to the question of acreage in the spring and yield in the fall 
of cotton. 

Mills and elevators, reporting once a year to the question 
of yield per acre of grain. 

No compenaation, except publications and seeds. 

PripanUion. 

Salariea cha^eable to above appropriation 



ployee 
beeuc 



u chaiged to administration, will be hereafter shown ui 
der the h«iding of " Crop report." 

Cost of supplies, including filing cases for Stat« agenia, 
envelopes for correspondents' reports, proportion of sta- 
tionery used in Bureau, etc 

It is desired to furnish fllii^ cases to those State agents 

Dot alreadj; supplied. The enlarging volume of the work 

makee the increased allotment necenary. 



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ESTIMATES FOB DEPABTMENT OF AOBICULTUBB, 1900. 101 

BUREAD OF BTATISTICS -Continued. 

Freight on filing casee $30.00 

Telegraph cbargee 570.00 

Total chaigee against appropriation " Collecting agri- 
calturrf Btatiatics, 1909," (or crop report work 114,700.00 

£ceeufiv« and adminittralive. 

Salaries in Waahingtoa, officials, clerks, mea- 

sengera, laborers, watchmeo, charwomeD, 

and raechanicfi $8, 100. 00 

The increaae is due to traoafer to the lump- 
fund roll of the oditorial aasistant heretofore 
carried on the statutory roll of the Bureau. 
Traveliog eipensee 2,000.00 

The increase is desired to permit of addi- 
tional travel. The small expenditure under 
this heading in 1907 was due to the fact that 
the Bureau's officials had but a limited 
amount of time to devote to this duty during 
that period. 
Supplies, stationery, furniture, lumber, paints, 

hwdware.etc 1,000.00 

Telephone and express charges 100. 00 

Total amount for executive and adminis- 
trative purposes chargeable to appropri- 
ation "Collecting Agricultural Statis- 
tics, 1B09" 11.200.00 

Bulletini, Statutieal Appendii, and Mitetllaneoiu. 

Builetim 

It is not p(«sible at this time to give a list of the bul- 
letins that will be published in 1909, because they are 
prepared and issued as rapidly as the need for them be- 
comes apparent and the force to handle them is available. 

While the bulk of the work in preparii^ theae publica- 
tions is done by the r^lar force when not engaged on crop- 
report work, the special work in assembling the data and 
BUperviaii^ the preparation must be done by statistical ex- 
perts, viz, the officials of the Bureau and men of special 
training and ability who ate paid on the lump-fund roll 
under lius appropriation. 

The Slatiniail A ppendix. 



The Crop Reporter, special ptatistical statements, etc., are 
prepared in the same manner as bulletins. 
Salaries in Washington 13,400.00 

The amount requested for salaries is the same 
as allotted under the appropriation for the cur- 
rent fiscal year (1908). 
Stationery supplies 1, 400. 00 

The item for stationery supplies is expected to 
be leflB than during 1907. 



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BBIIMATBB FOB DEPARTMENT OF AOBIOULTUBB, 1909. 
BUREAU or aTATISTICfl-ConllnuBd, . 



Cooperative work with Minnesota Experiment Station in 
the collection oC data concerning the cost of producing 

fann products; Salaries 

Statistics in connection with rural schools: 

This work is pBrformed under the imme- 
diate supervision of the Assistant Secre- 

SaSa ?1,400.00 

Traveling expenaea 1, 100.00 



Total 138,000.00 

[Invcstlgfttton of foreign mutlieCB— 11,900.) 

Salariee in Washington $4,200.00 

Traveling eKpensea 700, 00 



Amouutof above appropriation for fiscal year 1907 4,900.00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (no 

increnae) 4, 900. 00 

Amount estimated for fiscal year 1909 (no increase) 4, 900. 00 



Executive and adminiatrative, salaries in Washington 2,000.00 

Bulletins, Statistical Appendix, and Miscellaneous: 

Salanea in Washington 11,950.00 

Traveling expenses 700. 00 

2, 650. 00 

Work for the Secretary, salaries in Washington 250.00 



Total 4,900.00 

Tot&l of all appropriations for the Bureau of Statistics for 

the fiscal year 1907 - 210,560.00 

Total appropriations for fiscal year 1908 (increase of J9,3S0). 219, 940. 00 
Total estimate of appropriations for fiscal year 1909 (increase 

of 119,400) 239.340.00 

LIBRARY " 
[Salariee, Library, Department Ol Agrltulture- JIS.OSO.] 

One librarian 2, 000. 00 

One assistant librarian 1, 400. 00 

One clerk (who shall be a translator) ■ 1,200.00 

Two cataloguers, at (1,200 each (increase of 1 submitted) 3,400.00 

Three cataloguers, at $1,000 each 3,000.00 

One clerk (submitted) 1,000.00 

Four clerks, at $900 each 3,000.00 

One clerk 840.00 

Two clerks, at J720each 1,440,00 

One messenger 720.00 

One messenger or laborer 480. 00 

Total amount estimated 18,080.00 

), and 1 clerk, at $1,000, have been 



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108 



LIBRARY— Con tlnuad. 

Amountof above appropriation for fiecal year 1907 115,880.00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (no in- 

creaae) 15,880.00 

Amount estimated for fiscal year 1909 (increase ot $2,200). 18,080.00 

The above force wil] perform the following duties: 
Administration: , 

One librarian ■ $2,000.00 

One assistant librarian 1. 400. 00 

One messenger 720.00 

One messenger 480.00 

4,600.00 

Correspondence and files: 

One clerk 1,000.00 

One clerk 720. 00 

1,720.00 

Cataloguing, reference work, ituiexing, and 

translating: 

One clerk (translator) 1, 200. 00 

Two catalf^ucrs, at $1,200 pa<-h 2,400.00 

Three catalc^uers, at $1,000 each 3,000.00 

Two clerks, at (900 each 1, 800. 00 

One clerk 840. 00 

9,240.00 

Recording and care of periodical: 

Two clerks, at |900 each 1 , 800. 00 

One clerk 720.00 

— 2,520.00 

Total 18,080,00 

[Library, Department ot AgrinillTirc— tl7,.100.) 

Books 111,500.00 

Subscriptions to serials and works published in parts 1, Sno.OO 

Subscriptions t« periodicals 3, 000. 00 

SubBcriptions to printed index cards 250,00 

Miscellaneous ofnce supplies and hbrary fixtures.. ,. 830.00 

Traveling expenses , lOO. OO 

117,500.00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1907 10. 000. 00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (increase 

of $2,500) 12,500.00 

Amount estimiated for fiscal year 1909 (increase of $5,000) . . 17, 500. 00 

Total ot all appropriations estimated tor library for the fiscal 
year 1909 35,680.00 

REUARKB. 

The library appropriation for 1909 will be spent in the purchase of agricultural, 
scientific, and teclinical books and periodicals, and reference works needed in connec- 
tion with the work of the Department. In addition a small part wiU be spent in the 
purchase of library fixtures; miscellaneous library supplies, such as card cabinets, 
filing cases, and calali^ue cards, and for traveling expenses. 

An increase of $5,000 is submitted to meet the increased demands of the Depart- 
ment. During the past lew years the Department has grown rapidly, and the appro- 
priation tor books has not increased proportionately; furtliermore by the centraaia- 
tion in the library of the purchase of all nooks for the Department in Washington the 
necessity for a larger appropriation is made still more pressing, since it is called upon 
to meet expenses heretofore provided by other appropriations. 

Total appropriations for the library for the fiscal year 1907 $26. 880 

Total appropriations for the fiscal year 1908 (increase of $2.500) 28,380 

Total estmiate of appropriations for fiscal year 1909 (increase of $7,200). , 35, 580 



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104 BSHMATES FOB DEPABTUENT OF AOBICULTUBB, 1009. 

OFFICE OP THE CHIEF CLERK. 
[Contingent eipenoes, Dvpartmrat ol Agiicultnre, lODIt— (78,200.] 

Salary of diipateh ^ent in New York (400.00 

Statiooery 7, 000. 00 

MiBcellaneouB auppliee, etc 13, 800. 00 

FumitUTQ 2, 000. 00 

Fuel 16,000.00 

Freigbt 60.00 

ExpMM. 250.00 

Teltsraph 100.00 

Telephone 600. 00 

Gm and electricity 12, 000. 00 

Traveling: expenses 1 , 000. 00 

Installation of power plant machinery 25, 000. 00 

78,200.00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1907 37. 000. 00 

Amo of abo ve apprca)riation for fiscal year 1908 (increase of 110,000). 47, 000. 00 

Amount estimated tor fiscal year 1909 (increase of $31,200) 78. 200. 00 



OFFICE or EXFERIUENT S 
[Salariea, OtOee ot Eipeiiment Stations— (34,620,] 

One director 53, 500. 00 

One chief clerk 1, 800. 00 

One clerk and proof reader 1,600.00 

Kvec'erks, claas2 (increaBe of one submitted) 7,000.00 

Four clerks, clafls 1 4, 800. 00 

Five clerks, at $1,000 each (increase of two submitted).. , . 5. 000. 00 

Two clerks, at $900 each 1, 800. 00 

Four clerks, at $840 each , 3.360.00 

One clerk or messenger 840.00 

One messenger or caretaker 720. 00 

One messenger. 600.00 

One messei^er or laborer 480.00 

Two messengers, at $480 each 960. 00 

One copyist or laborer 720. 00 

Three laborers, or charwomen, at $480 each 1, 440. 00 



Total amount estimated 34, 620. 00 

Note. — One clerk of class 2, and two clerks at $1,000 each, have been 
added. Total increase, $3,400. 

Amount of above appropriation tor the fiscal year 1907 29,160.00 

Amount ot above appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (increase of $2,060), 31,220.00 

Amount eBtimated for Cscal year 1909 (increase of $3,400) 34,620.00 

The above force will perforin the following duties; 
General administration of the office in its rela- 
tione with agricultural experiment sta- 
tions, agricultural colleges and schools, 
farmers institutes, and investigations on 
nutrition, irrigation, and drainage; keep- 
ir^ of accounts, and care ot office rooms: 

Director $3,500.00 

Chief clerk 1,800,00 

One clerk, class 2 1, 400, 00 

One clerk 1,000,00 

Two clerks, $900 each 1,800,00 

One clerk 840, 00 

One messenger 720,00 

One messenger 480. 00 

Three laborers, $480 each 1,440,00 

$12,980.00 



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ESTIMATES FOB D£PABTMENT OF AGRICULTURE, 1909, 
OFFICE OF BXPEKIMENT BTATIONS-Contlaued. 

PrepEuation of experiment itation record, annual 
report to Congi^, bulletins, circulaie, etc. : 

Clerk and proofreader $1,000.00 

Two clerkB, class 2 2, 800. 00 

Two clerks, class 1 2,')00.00 

Two clerkB, |l,000each 2,000.00 

One messenger 480.00 

J9,280.00 

Correspondence, flies, distribution of publica- 
tions, card inde* of station publications, 
care of property, movement of field instru- 
ments, and miscellaneous clerical work, 
including assignment and care of civil 
service papers sent to the Department 
for marking: 

Two clerks, class 2 2,800.00 

Two clerks.class 1 2, 400. 00 

Two clerks, $1,000 each 2,000.00 

Four clerks, $840 each 3, 360. 00 

One copyist 720. 00 

OnemesBenger 600.00 

One messenger 480,00 

12,360.00 

Total 34,620.00 

[Agilcultaral eiperimcjit atatlona— tl2e,99S.] 

General expensea, $33,995. 
To carry out the provisions of section 3 of act of March 2, 
1887, and of sections 2, 4, and 5 of an act approved 
March 16, 1906; 
Supervision of the work and expenditures of 59 agri- 
cultural experiment stations in 48 Slatc« and Terri- 
tories, and Alaska, Hawaii. Porto Rico, and. Guam, 
and the promotion of their general interests: the 
preparation of publications based on the work of 
over 1,000 agricultural experiment stations and 
kindred institutions throughout tho world, and 
needed cards of the index of experiment station 
literature; extending the summaries of tho reports 
of agricultural experiment stations and kin<lrea in- 
stitutions at home and abroad in order (hat our 
investigators, students, and farmers may be more 
fully informed regard ing the progress of ogriculturiJ 
research, these suiumaries to appear as farmers' bul- 
letins or in the monthly edition of the Experiment 
Station Record; to suggest in the last-named pub- 
lications linos of work for the agricultural experi- 
ment stations and advice regarding tbeir work and 
management, as provided for in section 3 of tlic act 
of Congress of March 2, 1837. 

Salaries 28, 000. 00 

Travel 4.000.00 

Miscellaneous expenses 1,995.00 



Alaska Experiment Station, $26,000: 

Maintenance of a central experiment station and four 
branch stations to investigate tho agricultural and 
horticultural resources of Alaska and the develop- 
ment of animal industry, dairying, etc., including 
care of live stock introduced for expcrimcntsd 
purposes. 

Salaries 



33,9 



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106 BSTIMATES FOB DEPARTMENT OF AGBICULTUBE, 1909, 

OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS— Continued. 

Alaska Experiment Station, $26,000 — Continued. 

Travel. $1,200.00 

Livestock 1,000.00 

MiscellaneouB expenaes, including supplies, freight, 
fuel, light, fertilizer, etc 4,740.00 

26,000.00 
nawali Experiment Station, $26,000: 

Maintenance of an experiment station at which studiee 
are made on diversified agricnlture with reference 
to the peculiar needs of the country and scientific 
investigations in chemistry, entomoli^y, horti- 
culture, etc. 

Salaries '. 13,000.00 

Lahor ; 5,000.00 

Travel 1,200.00 

Seeds plants, fertilizer, etc 1,500.00 

MiBcellaneouH expenses, including supplies, publica- 
tions, freight, oxpresB, fuel, light, etc 5,300.00 

26,000.00 
Porto Rico Experiment Elation $26 000 

Maintenante of a station to carry on experiments id 

agronomj entomology hortnultnte cottee culture 

and s<.ientiQc investigations along various lines of 

agnculture 
Salaries 13, 500. 00 

Labor 6, 500. 00 

Travel 500. 00 

Live stock 1, OOO. 00 

MiBcellaneouB expenses inrtuding supplies freight 

express fuel light fertilizer et« 5,500.00 

26,000.00 
Guam Experiment Station, $5,000: 

To investigate and report to Congress on the agricul- 
tural resources and cajiabilities of Guam with special 
reference to the location of an agricultural experi- 
ment station and the determination of the character 
and extent of agricultural experiments immediately 
demanded by the agriculture of that island. 
Farmers' institutes, $10,000; 

For investigating and reporting upon the organiza- 
tion and progress of farmers^ institutee and ^i- 
cultuxal schools in the several States and Terr - 
tories, and upon similar organizations in foreign 
countries, with special suggestions of plans and 
methods for making such organizations more effect- 
ive for the dissemination of the results of the work 
of the Department of Agriculture and the agricul- 
tural experiment stations and of improved methods 
of agricultural practice, and to providefor the exten- 
sion of the wort of aiding in the diffusion of agricul- 
tural information and education among the masses 
of farmers and their children in cooperation with 
the State authorities in chaise of farmers' institutes 
and agricultural schools. 

Salaries 6,950.00 

Travel 1,500.00 

Miscellaneous expenses 1, 550. 00 

10, 000. 00 
$126,996.00 

Amount of above appropriations for fiscal year 1907 83, 500. 00 

Amount of above appropriations for fiscal year 1908 
(increase of $23,600) 107,000.00 



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SBTIHATES FOB DEPABlliIENT OF AOBICDLTCtBE, 1S09. 107 

OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS— Continued. 

Amount eetimated tor fiscal year 1909 (increase of (19,995). . $126, 995. 00 
Nutrition inveatigations, $25,000: 

BalftrieB in WaBhinetan 9,000.00 

Salaries out of Washington 2, 500. 00 

Stationery 100. 00 

MiecellaneouB Buppliea, etc 2, 8fi5. 00 

Furniture 500.00 

Freight 160.00 

ExpresH 75.00 

Telegraph 10.00 

Apparatus, inatrumentB, and laboratory materials 1, 800.00 

Travel and station and field expenses 500.00 

Cooperative investigationa 7, 500. 00 

(26,000.00 

Amotmt of appropriation tor fiscal year 1907 20, OOO. 00 

Amount of alxive appropriation for fiscal year 1908 

(decrease of $15,000) 5,000.00 

Amount estimated for fiscal year 1909 (increase of 

^0,000) 25,000.00 



For investwatine and reporting on the nutritive value ot agricultural 
products used for uuman food, nitli special suggestions of plans and 
methods tor the more effective utilization ot such products tor this 
purpose and the disBemination of useful information on the subject. 
Planning and supervision ot investigations in 9 States; compilation of 
results ot similar investigations throughout the world; preparation of 
reports, farmers' bulletins, and abstracts of current literature; cor- 
respondence, especially with agricultural colleges, experiment stations 
and schools, penal and charitable institutions; supervision ot dietary 
Studies in puplic institutions, the installation in Washington of the 
respiration calorimeter and experiments with this apparatus on the 
digeetion of cheese and other agricultural products. 
Salaries: 

Chief expert in charge $2,500.00 

Assistant expert 2, 000. 00 

Scientific assistants and incidental services. 4, 500. 00 
Materials, labor, supplies and miscel- 
laneous expenses in connection with the 

conduct of experiments 6, 000. 00 

$15,000.00 

Investigating the digestibility and nutritive value 
of dinerent kinds of cheese m cooperation with the 
Connecticut or Vermont Agricultural Experiment 

SUtion 1,000,00 

Inveetigatine the nutritive value and digestibility of 
nut and iruit preducfs in cooperation with the 
California Agricultural Experiment Station and the 

University of California, Berkeley, Cal 1, 000. 00 

Investigating the domestic methods of canning and 
preserving fruit with reference to food value, in 

cooperation with the University of Chicago 500.00 

Investigating the nutritive value and digestibility 
of com products in cooperation with the Maine Ex- 
periment Station 1,600.00 

Investigating the nutritive value and digestibility 
of wheat products in cooperation with the Min- 
nesota Experiment Station 1, 500. 00 

Investigating the nutritive value and digestibility of 
rice and other southern agricultural products in co- 
operation with the Univeraity of Missouri 1,000.00 

Investigating the digestibility of ash constituents of 
foods in cooperation with Columbia University 1,000.00 



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108 BSIIUATES FOB DEPABTMENT 07 AOKICULTURE, 1009. 

OFFICE OF EXFEBIMBNT STATIONS— Qanttnucd. 

SaUriee— Continued. 

Investigating the nutritive value and digestibility 
of Itgumee, in cooperation with the Univeraity of 

Tenuesaee $750. 00 

Mkcellaneous etudiee having a special reference t« 
the utilization of the results of nutrition investiga- 
tions in homes and achools 1,750.00 

Total 25,000.00 

IiT^tion and draini^e investigaticis, $150,000: 

Salaries in Washington 25,000.00 

Salaries out of Washii^ton 55, 000. 00 

Stationery ], 200. 00 

Miscellaneous supplies, etc 18,000.00 

Furniture 1, 500. 00 

Freight 300. 00 

Eipress 750.00 

Telegraph 250.00 

Telephone 50.00 

Bent...-. 720.00 

Apparatus, instruments, and laboratory material 2.500.00 

Travel and station and field expenses 44, 730. 00 

— -— JIH 

Amoimt of above appropriation for fiscal year 1907... 122,200.00 
Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1908 

(increase of $27,800) 150,000.00 

Amount estimated for fiscal year 1909 (no increase).. 150,000.00 

The tentative allotments by States for irrigation and drain- 
age investigations, for fiscal voar 1909, arc oa follows: 

Arkansas .' 6, 000. 00 

Atlantic coast States 8, 000. 00 

California 8,500.00 

Colorado 9,000.00 

Florida 5.000.00 

Idaho 5,000.00 

Illinois 3,000.00 

Kansas 3,000.00 

Louisiana i. 000. 00 

Minnesnta 1, 600. 00 

Mississippi 0, 000. 00 

Monlanc 1. 000. 00 

Nebraska 2,000.00 

Nevada 1,000.00 

Oregon 6,500,00 

South Dakota 2,600.00 

Texas 1,500.00 

Utah 4,500.00 

Washington 4,600.00 

Wyoming 11, 500. 00 

Aid and advice to settlers 9, 500. 00 

Maintenance of central supply, repair and rating sta- 
tion at Cheyenne, Wyo 3, 500. 00 

Special investigations and reserve 13,000.00 

120,000.00 



Od technical investigations: 

Study of losses of irrigation water and meana 
of checkii^ or preventing them, to be car- 
ried on in sections where development 
has reached the limit of the water auppiy 
under jiresent practice, and an extension 
of the irrigated area dependent upon more 



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OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS—COBtinued. 



applied to the yield aod quajity of crops, 
to De carried on principally in coopera- 
tion with tlie State experiment atationfl; 
study of the adaptation of methods of 
applying water to different types of soil 
and to different crops. 
California: 

Studies of canal linings; evaporation losses 
and their prevention, percolation Icesea, 
and the adaptation of methods to soils. .. $:1,000.00 

Imperial Valley 2, 500. 00 

Sacramento Vailey 2,000.00 

Colorado: 

Experiments in irrigation of orchards and sugar beets 

in the Arkanaas Vailey to determine whether a more 

economical use of water can not he brought about by 

a change of methods without decreasing the returns. . 

Idaho: 

Studies of the relation of the quantities of water and 
time of application to yield and quality of crop, and 

adaptation uf methods toaoilsand crops 

Kansas: 

Study of methods of applying n 

Valley, for the purpose of p__ „ _ .. . 

bringing about flie most economical use, and i 

pumping water for irr^tion 

Louisiana: 

A study of rice irrigation and the preparation of a 
report describing irrigation practice in rice growing. 
Minnesota: 

Experiments in irrigation in lake region of northern 

Minnesota where summer droughts prevail 

Montana: 

Experiments in' orchard irrigation in Bitterroot Val- 
ley, to detennine effects of different metliods of ap- 



plying water in couservii^ moisture. . 
raska: 



Nebtaske 

Study of canal organization, canal man^ment, and 
methods of applying water in the North Platte Valley 
to determine their influence upon the e 
use of w"*"- 

Nevada: 



_.e to yield and quality of crops. 

Washington: 

Experimenta in orchard irrigation in cooperation with 
local parties, with a view to the improvement of 
methods and the use of smaller quantities of water. . 
On irrigation eitenaion: 

Experiments to determine the practicability of irriga- 
tion in sections where it has heen practiced gen- 
erally, chiefly on the semiarid plains where nver 
water is not available, the work including studies of 
the posaibilities and cost of securing water suppliea 
by pumpine with windmills and different kinds of 
pumps, and by storing storm waters and studies of 



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110 BSTIB1A.TEB FOB DEPARTMENT OF AOBICULTtlBE, 1908. 
OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS— Contlnned, 

On iiriKBtion extension— Continued. 

the methods of applying water in order to make the 
largest use of tne small supplies available. Sf&- 
tions have been established tor this purpose at dif- 
ferent points on the plains. Simitar studies are to 
be made in the humid sections of the Pacific North- 
west and eastern part of the United States. 

Cheyenne, Wyo $5,000.00 

Newcaetle, Wyo 6, 000. 00 

Eads, Colo 6,000.00 

Willamette Valley, Oreg 5, 000. 00 

K0,000.00 

AM Bnd advice to settlers: 

It ia estimated that during the fiscal yeai 1909 
there will be under ditcb and ready for settlement 
5,000,000 acres of land. It is proposed that field 
i^Dts sitall study the conditions under which irriga- 
tion must be practiced in the regions opening to 
settlement and give the settlers practical advice 
through demonstrations, special bulletins, personal 
conferences, public addresses, and correspondence.. 0,600.00 
Conducting demonstration stations to be established 
on reclamation projects of the Department of the 
Interior under a cooperative agreement between 
this Office, the Reclamation Service, and the 
Bureaus of Plant Industry and of Soils: 

Belle Fourche, S. Dak 2,500.00 

Minidoka, Idaho 2, 500. 00 

14,600.00 

Maintenance of a central supply, repair, and rating 

station at Cheyenne, Wyo 3,500.00 

Arkansas: 

For ascertaining the value of wet lands and outlining 



general plans for drainage; for the 
arainaffe surveys on the low lands bordering the 
Misai^ippi River, especially in the White and Saint 
Francis basins; for investigations to determine the 
feasibility and cost of construction of the same; for 
investigations of the practicability of draining tba 
prairie, lands by means of roadside ditches, and im- 
proving the natural channels especially in the area 
where the cultivation of rice is rapidly extending; 
for tests of the elfectiveneas of underdrains in pre- 
paring the land for crops other than rice; and for im- 
proving gencr^ly mcilarial and unsanitary condi- 
tions 5,000.00 

California: 

For the examination of general draina^ conditioJS 
and the preparation of plans for the drainage of lands 
in the San Joaouin and Sacramento valleys; for the 
continuation of experiments upon the drainage of 
the level lands near Fresno, where pumping of the 
drainage water is necessary 2,000.00 

Colorado; 

For continuing investigations and surveys to deter- 
mine the best methods of draining lands in the San 
Luis Valley, where seepage and alkali are making 
rapid inroads upon the cultivated area as well as pre- 
venting the extension of settlement of adjoining un- 
improved land; to stiidv the feasibility of the re- 
clamation of the injurea lands which are now esti- 
mated to amount to 40, 000 acres in this valley, and 
to begin similar studies in the Gunnison, Grand, and 
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ESTIMATES FOR DEPABTMBNT OP AQHICULTUKE, 1909. HI 

OFFICE OF BXPERtMBNT STATIONB — CoaCInned. 

FloridEi: 

For continuing investigationa to determine the feasi- 
bility of draining the Everglades, and the practica- 
bility of Tendenng i>ortione of thia swamp area 
available for the raising of citrus and other sub- 
tropical fruita (5, 000, 00 

Ulinois: 

For the continuation of studies and surveys to deter- 
mine the best plans for preventit^ injury by over- 
flow along the Little Wabash River, and other small 
Btrefuns in the southern portion of the State 3,000.00 

Kansas: 

For rendering advisory assistance to the residents of 
the Neosho Valley in carrying out the improvement 
plans prepared by this Office, and also for observing 
and reporting the operation of works which have 
been constructed 1,000.00 

Iiouisiatta: ~~ 

For making investigations and surveys to determine 
thepracticabilityand the best methodeof draining the 
Iow4yii^ lands bordering on the Mississippi River, 
especially in the northeastern part of the State 3, 000; 00 

Minnesota: 

For investigations of the possibility of improving by 
drainage such of the prairie lands as are now subject 
to injury by eiceysive water during part of the grow- 
ing season; and fur experiments with tile drains in 
the h^h northern latitudes 1,000.00 

Mississippi: 

For investigations to determine the feasibility and 
approximate cost of securii^ adequate drainage for 
the following three classes of land: First, the low- 
lands in the western part of the State which form the 
Yazoo Delta, and which are now traversed by tor- 
tuous and obstructed bayous, many of which are 
without tree outlet. Second, the bottom lands 
^01^ the small streams in the interior and eastern 
part of the State which are overflowed periodically. 
Third, the lands bordering the Mississippi River 
levees and extending in places for a distance of li 
miles from the levee when the river surface is much 
higher in elevation than the adjacent land, as it is 
for apart of every year 6,000.00 

Nebraska: 

For the continuation of investigations to determine the 
efficiency of tile drain in removing surplus water 
from the heavy bottom lands along the Platte River, 
and for the preparation of general drainage plans for 
the reclamation of such land along the Platte River 
Valley where after being recliwmed the land might 
be very valuable for sugar-beet production 1, 000, 00 

Oregon: 

For inveptigation of the possibility of the improvement 
of streams used in those localities where both irriga- 
tion and drainage are necessary, and for the most 
successful crop production in the Willamette Valley. 1, 600, 00 

Texas: 

For the investigation ot the possibility ot the improve- 
ment of streams and the development of dr^nage 
work for the bottom lands in ea'^tern Tiixas which 
now suffer from frequent overflows in times of flood. 1,600.00 

Utah: 

For continuing experiments and invest igationstodet er- 
mine the possifiility and profitableness of draining 
and reclaiming areas of land once under profitable 
cultivation by irrigation, ijid subsequently injured 



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OFFICE OF EXPERIMENT STATIONS— ContlDiiad. 

Utah — C<mtinued . 

or mined by the accumulation of water and alkali: 
lor eiperimenta to determine the most practical 
materiab available for use in constructing under 
drains suitable for installation in the various soils 
found in the different counties throughout the State . |3, 000. 00 

Wyoming: 

For mvestigations of the best methods of accomplish- 
ing the reclamation of lands injured by seepage 
water and alkali in the agricultural localities througn- 
out the State, some of which are in locations so remote 
from transportatiou facilities that methods in use in 
more acceaaible regions can not be applied 1,601.00 

Washington: 

For the devising of methods best adapted tor use in 
the lower Yakima Valley to prevent the destruction 
ot valuable land by waste water; for the determina^ 
tion of the moet feasible waysof supplementing ordi- 
nary iarm methods in ditch digging by the use of 
power machines suitable for making ditches in satu- 
rated soil 1, 600. 00 

Atlantic Coast States: 

For continuing investigations to determine the value 
for agricultural purposes of areas which are at present 
largely Ealt marshes, and for studying the best 
methods of reclaiming the same, including the deter- 
mination of the system of. diking to be adopted, 
methods of building same, methods of getting rid 
of the interior water, and of bringing the soil into 
fit condition for agriculture 8, 000. OO 

Special investigations: 

For the adequate scientific investigation of the tech- 
nical prohlemB pertaining to land drainage concerning 
which there is lack of existing information, includ- 
ing inveatigationa of the (IrairiBge of hillside lands 
and of mucK lands which border on peat formations- 
the movement and behavior of water in irrigated 
bnd ; methods ot testing cement drainlile; the laws 
of ercsion of ditches and of sedimentation of ditches; 
the factors which determine the great variation in 
different classes of land with respect to the readi- 
ness with which they yield to dram^e efforts, and 
similar questions 7, 000.00 

Reserve: 

Investigations for which plans have not yet been defi- 
nitely formulated 6. 000. 00 

Miscellaneous supplies, apparatus, furniture, etc 10,000.00 

General pbnning and supervision of irrigation and drainage 
investigations throughout the United States; prepa- 
ration of reports, drafting and other work on illustra- 
tions, correspondence with field agents and public, 
purchase of field instruments and accessories, etc., 20,000.00 

150,000.00 
Summary — irrigation and drainage investigations, 1909: 
On irrigation — 

Technical investigations 22, 000. 00 

Aid and advice to settlers 14,500.00 

Irrigation extension 20, 000. 00 

Maintenance of central supply, repair, and rating 

station at Cheyenne, Wyo 3, 500. 00 

On drainage investigations 60,000.00 

Miscellaneous supplies, apparatus, furniture, etc 10, 000. 00 

General planning and supervision of irr^tion and 
drainage investigations throughout the United 
States; preparation of reporW, diafting and other 



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OFFICE OF EXPERIMEtiT STATIONS— Contlaned. 

Sumnanry — irrigation and drainage inveatigationa, 1906 — 
Continued. 
On irrigation — Continued, 
work on illuatrations, correapondence with field 
agents and pubUc, purchase of field instruments and 
acceesoriea, etc $20,000.00 

150,000.00 
Recapitulation of the several appropriations for the Oflice 
of Eiperimpnt Stations as enumerated above, flaeal year 
190!). $336,615: 

Office of Experiment Stations, statutory salaries 34, 620. 00 

Agricultural experiment stations, general expcuBes... 33, 995.00 

Ahiaka Experiment Station 20, 000. 00 

Hawaii Experiment Station Sfi, 000. 00 

Porto Rico Experiment Station 26,000.00 

Guam Experiment Station 5,000.00 

Farmcra'mBtitutes 10,000.00 

Nutrition invcatigationa 25,000.00 

Irrigation and drainage investigations , 150, OOO. OO 

"$336, 616. 00 

Total appropriationa for the Office of Experiment Stations 
for the fiscal year 1907, including $569.55 derived from 

Bale of card indexes 975,429.55 

Total appropriations for the fiscal year 1908 (increase of 

$37,790.45) 1,013,220.00 

Total estimate of appropriations for the fiscal year 1909 
(increaseof $43,395) 1,056,615.00 

OFFICE OF PtJBLlC HOADS. 
[Salarlea, Omce of Public Roada— tl5.2W.] 

One director, who shall be a scientist and have charge of • 
all acientific and technical work (increase of $250 sub- 
mitted ) $3. 000. 00 

One chief of records 1,600.00 

One editoiial clerk 1, 200. 00 

One clerk, class 2 (suhmitled) 1,400.00 

Three clerka, clasa 1 (increase of 1 submitted) 3,600.00 

Three clerks, at $1,000 each 3,000.00 

Two clerks, at $720 each 1,440.00 

Total amount estimated 15, 240. 00 

Note. — The salary of the director has been increased from $2,750 to 

$3,000, and 1 clerk of class 2 and 1 clerk of class 1 have been added. 

Total increase, $2,850. 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1907 $12,340.00 

Amount of above appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (increase 
of $50) 12,390.00 

Amount estimated for fiscal year 1909 (increase of $2,850) 15,240.00 

The above force will perform the following duties; 
Administrative and executive: 

One director $3,000.00 

One chief of records 1,600,00 

4,600.00 

Correspondence, accounts, and files: 

One clerk, class 2 1, 400. OO 

Three clerks, class 1 3,600.00 

Threeclerks, ai$l,000each 3,000.00 

Two clerks, at $720 each 1,440.00 

9,440.00 

Editorial and library: One editorial clerk 1,200.00 

Total 15,240.00 

■■This does not include $720,000 for State experiment stations under the regular 
Appropriation, to be paid through the Treasury Department. 



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OFFICE OF PUBLIC itOADS— CoiiUiiiud. 

[Public Road Inqalrie^ I9(»-in,eao.] 
Salaries: 

Id Washington t39,850.0a 

Out of Washiogton 20,000.00 

Stationery 500.00 

UiBcellaneous supplies and eervicee, equipment, books, 

machinery, etc , 10,000.00 

Furniture 270.00 

Freieht 2,500.00 

Express 150.00 

Beat 150.00 

Telt^raph 150.00 

Telephone 50.00 

Rent 2,000.00 

Appamtus, instruments, and laboratory material 2,000.00 

Traveling and other field expenses 14,000.00 

Total amount of appropriatioi 191,620.00 

Amount of above appropnation for fiscal year 1907 57,060.00 

Amount ol above appropriation for fiscal year 1908 (no in- 
crease) 57,660.00 

Amouut estimated for fiscal year 1909 (increase ot $33,960). 91,620.00 

Total of all appropriations estimated for the Office of Public 
Eoads for the fiscal year 1909 108,860.00 



The following aT« the more important projects proposed to be con- 
ducted by the Office of Public Road Inquiries under above appropria- 

No. 1. Object-leSson roads— Mr, Vernon M. Peiice, chief 
engineer, in charge: 

Salaries $15,500.00 

Traveling expenses 2,300.00 

Freyjhtand drayage 2,000.00 

I«ase of rollers ; 8^5.00 

MiscellsjieoUB 345.00 

(21,000.00 

No. 2. Instruction in highway engineering — 
Dr. A. S. Cushman, assistant director, 
and Mr. Vernon M. Peirce, chief en- 
gineer, in charge: 
Salaries, 11 engineer students, at 

$G00 6,600.00 

Traveling expenses 5, 000. 00 

— — 11,600.00 

The pur[K)se of this project is. firet, to build up a 
corps of trained highway engineers for the Govern- 
ment service and, second, to increase the supply of 
competent highway engineers for Slate and county 
nork. The remarkable success of the French road 
system is lai^ely due to the fact that the Govern- 
ment maintains a school of roads and bridges from 
the graduates of which their corps of highway en- 
gineere is recruited. A small number of graduates 
in engineering are appointed each year, sdter com- 
petitive examination, to the position of civil engi- 
neer student in this OJRce at a salary of $50 per 
month and field expenses. These young men are 
given practical training in all branches of road work 
and at the expiration of one year are promoted and 
retained in the service, or given a certificate show- 
ing completion of the graduate course. The Gov- 
ernment receives a full return for the expense in- 
curred , as the services of these young men are valii- 

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OFFICE OF PUBLIC BOADS 

I, Instruction in h^hway engineering— Continued, 
able from the ouUet. Only 15 Btudents have been 
appointed to the present time, but the reaultB have 
been BO encouraging that an increase of $6,600 bas 
been requested for this project, which will enable 
us to appoint 11 students. This instruction is being 
supplemented by cooperation with collies in lec- 
ture work and the preparation of courses of study. 
1. Testing road materials— Dr. A. S. Cush- 
man, aecistant director, in charge: 

Salaries ! $4,500.00 

Supplies and miscellaneouB ex- 
penses 800. 00 

':. Road mileage, revenues, and expendi- 
tures. This project has been com- 
pleted. 
5. Lectures, addresses, and papers — Mr. 
L. W. Page, director, in charge; 

Salaries 2, 200. 00 

Traveling expenses 2, 000. 00 

No increase has been requested over 

the allotment For the current fiscal 

year. 

I. Special advice and inspection— Dr. A. S. 

Cushman, assistant director, and Mr. 

Vernon M. Peirce, Chief Engineer, in 

'^ ai^ries 1,800.00 

Traveling expenses 1,000.00 

No increase has been requested over the 
amount allotted for the current fiscal year. 
'. Investigationot duEtpreventives — Mr.L. 
W. Pt^, director, m charge: 

Salaries |3, 200. 00 

Traveling expenses. 1, 300. 00 

Materials and miscellaneous ex- 
penses 3, 600. 00 

In recent years perhaps the most important, and 
certainly the most difficult, problem which has 
engs^d the attention of highway engineers is 
that of dust prevention, or rather the preeervation 
of our macadam roads from the destructive effects 
of modem traffic. So destructive to macadam 
roads has been the automobile traffic tJtat the 
minister of public works oi Prance, according to 
report, has been authorized to call an interna- 
tional convention in 1908 for the purpose of con- 
sidering methods to prevent roads ftom beingdam- 
aged by this tralBc. The existence of olir mac- 
adam roads dependeupon the retentionof the rock 
dust framed by the wearing of the surface. Under 
ordinary traffic conditions this dust remains on the 
road and consolidates when moist to form a fresh 
wearing surface. Heavy automobiles moving at 
a high rate of speed subject the surface of the road 
to an immense tractive force, which throws a 
large amount of dust into the au- to be carried oft 
by the wind. This action strips the macadam 
road of all fine material, the result being rapid dis- 
int^ration. Investigations have been con- 
ducted with a view (o tieating the road surface bo 



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116 ESTIMATES »OB DBPAETMENT OF AGBICULTUBB, llMltt. 

OFFICE OF PUBLIC EOADB-Continued, 

No. 7. Investigation of dust preventivee — Continued. 

aa lo miDimize the lormatioa of duet, retain tha 
original bond of the road, and to siipplj' a thin 
wearing Burface which will resist the diemlegrat- 
ing effect of the automobile. Investigations nave 
been made of the syatems in use in France and 
England, and expennients have been conducted 
witn oil and tar, and various preparations, in Ken- 
tucky and MasBachusetts during the past Bcason, 
This is a subject which should engage the earnest 
attention of the National Government at once. , 
No matter how importa,ntwemaydeem thebuild- 
' ing of hard roads, we can not but coneider it even 

more important to preserve those which have al- 
ready been built. Accordingly, about 20 per 
cent of the increase recommended ia desired for 
this work. 
No. 8. Inspection of rural delivery roada — Mr. 
V. M. Peirce, chief engineer, in charge: 

Salaries $600.00 

Traveling expenses 400.00 

$1,000.00 

Ko increase has been requested over the amount 
allotted for the cuireiit fiscal year. 
Ko. 9. Standardization of tests— Mr. L. W. Page, 
Director, in charge; 

Salaries $400.00 400.00 

No increase has been requested over the amount 
allotted for the current fiscal year. 
Ho. 10. Introduction of model systems — Mr. L. 
W, Page, director, and Mr. V. M. 
Peirce. chief engineer, in charge: 

Salaries HMO. 00 

Traveling expenses 800. 00 



Under this project engineers are assigned upon the 
request of local authorities to investigate the 
entire road system of a county, its road mate- 
rials, organization, methods of administration, 
construction and maintenance, and to prepare 
% report and working plan with estimates, based 
upon actual surveys and inspection. An inves- 
tigation was completed in Santa Barbara 
County, California, during the jiast year and 
somewhat similar work was done in MacDowell 
County, W. Va. This project is of such unques- 
tioned jiractical valueaa to justify a considerable 
extension. An increase has therefore been re- 

auested of $4,400 over the amount allotted for 
le current fiscal year. 
No> 11. Investigation of road materials in the 
eeveial States— Mr. L. W, Page, 
director, in charge: 

Sabries $2,000.00 

Tiaveling expenses 1 , 000. 00 



iveral 

States. The project is one of too great magni- 
tude to be undertaken by the Office alone with 
its present appropriation, but it has been de- 
termined to cooperate aa fully as possible with 
the highway commissions and geological sur- 
veys of fce various States, the data to be pub- 
lished in a series of bulletins. During the past 
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EBTIMAT£S FOB DEPABTMENT OF AOBICULTUBE, IQOD. 117 
OFFICE OF PUBLIC ROADS-Continqed, 

No. 11. Investigations of road materiale in the several 
Sta tes — Con tin ued . 

Bota in cooperation with the State highway 

engineer. It is hoped to secure accurate inCoN 

mation as to tlie location, character, quantity, 

and quality of all road materials, probable cost 

of making tlie material available, feasibility of 

establisliins State or county quarries, etc. It 

is manifestly im possible to conduct this exceed- 

ii^ly important investigation without an in- 
crease in the amount available. Accordingly 

the estimate for 1909 carries an increase of 12,000. 
No. 12, Introduction of eand-clay and bunit- 

elay roads — Mr. V. M. Feirce, chief 

engineer, in charge: 

Salaries ?3,000.00 

Tiaveling eipeneea 800.00 



Sand-clay roads can be constructed at very moder- 
ate cost in many sections of the country, while 
in the Mississippi delta the results of burnt-clay 
ejtperimente are most promiping. These roads, 
when properly constructed, frequently serve the 
purpose for which they are intended nearly as 
well as stone roads, and in view of the low cost 
ot constructing such roads and the abundance of 
sand and clay available, every effort should be 
made to introduce these fonne of construction 
wherever practicable. The increase requested 
for this project is $3,800. 
No. 18. In^'estigalion of systems of road man- 
^ment and accounting — Mr. J. E. 
Pennybacker, jr., chief of records, in 
charge: 

Salaries $1,500.00 

Traveling expenses 850.00 



The appropriation bill provides /or the iiiveati,-a- 
tion of systems of road management in the sev- 
eral States. This project will be taken up dur- 
ing the current fiscal year and continued with 
a view to obtaining definite information con- 
cerning every phase of road management and 
accounting in the United States. This informa- 
tion will be used as a bafiis for preparing bulle- 
tins setting forth the evils to be remedied and 
suggesting needed changes in the systems. 
Systems of accounting adapted to the needs ot 
counties and townships will be suggested 
through the medium of bulletins. The in- 
crease for this project over the allottment for the 
:;urrent fiscal year is J2,100. 
Ho. 14. Split-log dr^— Mr. Vernon M. Peirce, 
chief engineer, in charge: 

Salaries $1,800,00 

Traveling expenses 800.00 

The maintenance of earth roads is of immediate 
importance, and the split-log drag is a certain 
and inexpensive means of improving an earth 
road under ave^(^^ conditions. The split -log 
dne can be easily constructed and operated, 
ana the purpose of this project is simply to 
introduce it throughout the country. An in- 
crease of $2,000 over the amount allotted for the 
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OFFICE OF PUBLIC KOAB3— ContbUd. 

No. 16. £xperimenta nitb oilsoo natural soile — 
L. W. Page, director, in charge; 

Salaries (1,000.00 

Traveling expenses 600.00 

Materiale, supplies, eK 300. 00 

: ?i 

Id many cases macadazn Toade are im practicable 
owing to lack oE i^td material and peculiu 
climatic conditiwia. It ia the purpose oi this 
investigation to detennine whether oil can be 
used to advantage on the natural soil. If a 
method of construction on this basis can be 
developed, it will be of great value in the aee- 
tioiiB of country producing oil with an asphait 
base. The increase over the amount allotted 
for the current fiecal year is }i,400. 
No. 16. Investigation of slag as a road material — 
Mr. V. it, Peirce, chief engineer, in 
charge: 

Salaries $600.00 

Traveling expenses 600. 00 

Materials, supplies, etc 460. 00 

Considering the scarcity of road materials in many 
sections of the country and the inferior quality 
of materials which are frequently used, it ia be- 
lieved that a thorough investigation and test of 
furnace sl^ is juatified. The increaae over the 
amount allotted for the current fiscal year is 
$1,360. 
No, 17. CorrosioB of iron and steel — Dr. A. S. 
Cusbman, assistant director, in 
charge: 

Salaries $800.00 

Purcl«ieft of samples for service tests 400. 00 
I^bor in handling and treating Bam- 

plCB 500.00 

Traveling expenses 600,00 

Purchase of materials to be used in 
experiments on the preservation 

of boilers 200.00 

PurcliBse of various types of iron 
and steel culverts for service tests 300. 00 



n and steel, and h 



This investigation i 

been remarkably successful. It has been dmnoB- 
Btrated that the generally accepted theories re- 
garding the oxidation of uron.and steel are incor- 
rect. Under certain circumstaocea strong oxi- 
dizing i^ents can be used to prevent rust. Fol- 
lowing Doctor Cushman's suggestions, the lead- 
ing manufacturers are making efiorta to turn out 
steel that will be highly resistant to corrosion. 
The importance of this work can not be overea- 
timatedT. The increase recommended over the 
amount allotted for the current fiscal year ia 
$2,000. 

No. 18. Classification of road material— Dr. E. C. B, Lord, 
petrc^rapher, in charge: 

Salaries 

No increase has been requested. 

No. 19. Cooperation with Forest Service— Mr. V. M. 
Peirce, chief engineer, in charge. (This project 
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OFTICE or PUBLIC ROADS— Contliliwd. 

No. 20. Cooperation with Geological Survey: 

Salaries f400.00 

No increaee has been requested. 
No. 21. Bulletins on load hrwe, history of road building, 
bibliography, and construe I ion of macadam 
roads — Messrs. J. E. Pennybacker. Archer B. 
Hiilbert, andAuBtinB. Fletcher, in chaise. (No 
estimate.) 
No. 22. Concrete and cement investigation — Mr. Philip L, 
Wormeley, teatii^ engineer, in pharge. (No 
estimate.) 

No. 23. Qiiartera 2, 750. 00 

No increase has been requested. 

No. 'di. Macliine shop 800. 00 

No increase lias been requested. 
No. 25, Permanent equipment, consisting of machinery 

and ins'.rumentB to complete field outfiis 3,000.00 

An increase of (2,000 over amount allotted for the 
current fiscal year has been requested. 
TSo. 26. Ofiice expenses. (No estimate, as no paymentaof 

this character are contemplated.) 
No. 27. The decomposition of rocks under the action of 
water — Dr. A. S. Cushman, assistimt director, in 
chares: 

Salaries 1,200.00 

No. 28. Classification of roads— Mr. V. M. Peirce, chief 
engineer, and Mr. J. E. Pennybacker, jr., Chief 
of Records, in chai^: 

Salaries (800.00 

Preparation of maps, purchase of 

materials, etc 900.00 

1,700.00 

Under this project maps and bulletins will be pre- 
pared giving useful information regarding the 
e-inci™lLy traveled wagon roads throughout the 
nited States, classified according to conditions 
and character of construction. Tne ' 



this project is provided for by funds arising from 
completion of other projects. 

No. 29. Cooperation with newspapers in the publication of 
practical articles on road construction, main- 
tenance, and administration — Mr. J. E. Penny- 
backer, jr.. Chief of Records, in charge; 

Salaries 800. 00 

This project involves the preparation of articles by 
engineers and experts ol this OHtce to be sent out 
on a mailing list composed of papers which have 
agreed to publish the articles. The increase in 
this project ia provided for by funds arising from 
completion of other projects. 

No. 30. Contingent fund 3, OGO. 00 



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OFFICE OF PUBLIC BOADS-Conclnusd 

Total approprUtions for 0£Bce of Public Eoada for the fiscal 

year 1907 JTO.OOO.OO 

ToUl apjiroprifltion for fiscal year 1908 (increase of |50) 70, 050. 00 

Total estimate of appropriations for fiscal year 1909 (in- 
creaae of f36,810) ^... 106,860.00 



JJniUd State* Department of AgriciiltuTe. 
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