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Bureau of Public Roads, employees paid from Federal aid and forest road funds, July 1,

1922-Continued.

Name.

Duties.

Salary.

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Clerk.....................................

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Thorne, Martha K.
Thornton, D. R..
Thorp, Virgia ......
Tulotson, P.S.....
Tolen, H. S..
Tompkins, Kate V..
Tompkins, Mattie W.
Toms, Raymond E
Topping, l. R...
Towles, V.E.....
Tribou, R. E.....
Trimble, R. M..
Tripp, H. F...
Turner, R. P...
Turoil, L. W..
l'aile, Louis F..
Vandersall, Ora E.
Vaughan, Mary E.
Penable, Reid....
Vincent, G.S...
Bashell, J. T...
Waddell, G. H...
Wadsworth, H...
Wahl, Mary M...
Wakefield, E.J.
Walker, Helen W.
Walker, Viola.....
15 all. Elizabeth A.
Wallace, Henry.
Wallace, Stephen A.
Wallace, w. R. F.
Walsh, Joseph A...
Warren, G. R.....
Watson, C. S.....
Weekley, Lillian C.
Wells, Herbert C..
Welton, C.A.....
West, J.A......
Wetther, A.F..
Whedon, A.B..
Wheeler, E.S...
Whelan, W. M..
Whitaker, C.R.
Wate, G.C...
Whiteman, F. W.,
Whilmore, H. E..
Whittaker, J. A.....
Whittle, G.D...
Whyte, C.R...
Wilbur, v. W.
Wildman, M.F..
Wiliams, M.D..
Williams, M. R..
Wiliams, R.G..
Williamson, A. V..
Williamson, G. R...
Wuson, Mahala M.
Wilson, P. St.J...
Wilson, W.J......
Witt, Mrs. Mabel..
Woll, G. P....
Womack, Preston.
Wonders, J.S...
Wright, H.B...
Wright, R.B.
Wulil, E.J....
Young, J. H..
Zech, Mae E..
Zinn, Roma.....

Clerk....
Senior highway engineer.
Typewriter ............
Clerk.......
Highway engineer..........
Typist .............
Head clerk......
Senior highway engineer.
Highway engineer.....
Senior highway engineer
Junior civil engineer.......
.....do...........

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Highway draftsman..
Junior assistant on road status survey....
Junior civil engineer..
Assistant engineer on road construction..
Clerk....
Head clerk......
Clerk (stenographer and typewriter)..
Junior highway bridge engineer.
District engineer ....
Highway draftsman...
Collaborator.....
Stenographer and typewriter.
Highway engineer.
Clerk (stenographer and typewriter).....
Clerk-typist...
.....do........
Transit man.
Chief of party.....
.....do.....
Highway engineer...
Auditor....
Mechanical assistant...
Stenographer and typewriter.
Senior highway engineer.
.....do.....
Chief of party...........
Clerk....
Junior civil engineer..
District engineer..............
Clerk.....
Highway engineer.
Senior highway engineer...
Mechanical assistant.
Automotive mechanic...
Senior highway engineer..
Senior highway bridge engineer..
Highway bridge engincer....
Senior highway engineer..
Transitman....
Senior highway engineer ...
Typist .....
Highway engineer.
Senior highway engineer....
Automotive machinist ........
Clerk-typist....
Chief engineer...
Painter.
Clerk (stenographer and typewriter)....
Accountant........
Clerk............
District engineer...
Highway engineer ........
Senior highway bridge engineer.
Senior highway engineer..
Highway engineer.
Clerk-typist.....
...do...............

$1,500.00 3,600.00

900.00 1,500.00 2,500.00 1,200.00 1.800.00 4,000.00 2,500.00 3,300.00 1,680,00 1,680.00 1,800.00

125.00 1, 800.00

200.00 1,200.00 1,800.00

60.00 2, 100.00 4,800.00 1, 920.00

1.00 1,500.00 2,500.00

900.00 1,320.00 1,100.00

125.00 2,100.00 2, 400.00 2,500.00 2, 220.00

150.00 1,680.00 3,300.00 3,600.00 2, 100.00 2,000.00 1,710.00 4,500.00 1,400.00 2,500.00 3,600.CO

225.00 1,800.CO 3, 600.00 3,300.00 3,000.00 3,600.00 1,800.00 3,300.00 1. 200.00 3,000.00 3,300.00 1,600.00 1,200.00 5,500.00 1,500.00 1,380.00 2,100.00 1,800.00 4,800.00 2,500.00 3,000.00 3,300.00 2,500.00 1,200.00 1,200.00

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SCHEDULE F. DATA ON SURPLUS WAR EQUIPMENT DISTRIBUTION. Materials delivered to this department for road-building purposes ending fiscal year June

30, 1922 (major items only). Adzes... 2, 760 ) Lathes...

1,112 Anvils. 1, 790 Levels.

5, 702 Augers.... 8. 420 | Locomotives..........

121 Awls....

12, 290 | Lumber.... ........ .feet.. 1,864, 970 127, 422 Machines, miscellaneous.... 1, 392 14, 274 Mattocks....................

28, 740 Belting (leather, canvas, rub

102, 907 ber)................feet.. 112, 132 Mixers, concrete.............

96 Bits........ ........ 110, 207 Motors....................

479 Blades, saw and scythe...... 7,426 Pins.........

1, 198, 760 Blocks... 39, 312

598, 710 Bodies, truck..

| Nails.....

.pounds. 4, 642, 976 Boilers, miscellaneous 3, 923 | Planes.....

3, 480 Bolts.. 1, 864, 229

98,762 Braces....... 9, 642

144 Brooms, stable..... 5, 470

5, 512 Buckets.............. 11, 327 | Posts......

18, 752 Cans........... 31, 872 | Presses.........

297 Canvas, duck.......yards.. 5, 672, 926 | Pumps..............

2, 198 Cars, railroad.... 742 | Reamers.........

7,642 Carts, water and dump...... 879 Rollers, road............

1, 127 Chains, skid...

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37, 642 Rods...

1, 109 Chain.... ...........feet.. 5, 462 Saws................

47, 659 Chests. tool 1. 874 Scales....

5, 144 Chisels.......

Scrapers, road........

727 Compasses....

712
Shelters............

4, 510 Cots........ 910 Shovels.

208, 960 Covers, canvas.......

274
Sledges........

2, 510 Cranes, miscellaneous 96 Spades........

49, 760 Cranes, locomotive 37 Squares.

14, 922 Crushers, rock.. 14 Stocks and dies.

1, 647 Cutters.........

972
Stoves..................

28, 964 Derricks.......

118
Tables.........

370 Drills........

Tanks.......

998 Engines..... 179 Taps.......

2,760 Files......... 212, 672 Tents......

8, 910 Forges.........

6,184 Rope........

...feet..

127, 760 Frames........

1, 307
Rope.........

. pounds.. 809, 207 Gauges. ......... 4,972

3,976, 492 Generators...... 337 Screw drivers.........

2, 764 Globes, lantern.

80, 764
Shears.............

576 Graders, road...

Rail............... pounds.. 26, 972, 492 Grease.... .... pounds.. 310,964

49, 236 Grease, cans..... 1, 742

47, 764 Grinders..... 7,164

876 Hammers..

42, 910
Trailers.

3, 272 Handles....... 47, 694

5, 915 Hangars....... 852

3,672, 972 Harness........ 2, 712

1, 144, 911 Hatchets............ 14,065 | Wrenches........

97,562 Hoists.......... 172 Wheels...

28, 142 Hose...........

109, 607 | Wagons, escort and dump.... 1, 107 Jacks........... 2,272 Wheelbarrows....

3,906 Knives..........

28, 179 Trucks and motor vehicles... 5, 762 Lamps............. 6,324 Transits...

408 Lanterns.

49, 2721

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Estimated cost to Government of surplus war materials delivered to State highway depart

ments and retained by Department of Agriculture.

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The value of the materials above listed is exclusive of the material delivered to the States from the surplus at Camp Grant, Rockford, Ill.

26866–S. Doc. 286, 67-448

4th Session. :S

I No. 287.

INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS FOR CATTLE BREEDING.

MESSAGE

FROM

THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES,

TRANSMITTING

A REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE CONCERNING THE APPOINTMENT OF A DELEGATE TO THE INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS FOR CATTLE BREEDING TO BE HELD AT THE HAGUE, IN AUGUST, 1923.

JANUARY 9 (calendar day, JANUARY 10), 1923.-Read, referred to the Committee on

Agriculture and Forestry, and ordered to be printed.

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To the Senate and House of Representatives:

I transmit herewith a report by the Secretary of State concerning a request made by the Secretary of Agriculture that specific authorization be obtained from Congress that will enable the Department of Agriculture to be represented by a delegate in the International Congress for Cattle Breeding to be held at The Hague in August, 1923, by the payment of the expenses of such delegate (estimated at $1,500) out of the regular funds provided in the Agricultural appropriation act for animal husbandry investigations (general expenses, Bureau of Animal Industry) for the fiscal year 1927.

I commend the request of the Secretary of Agriculture to the favorable consideration of Congress as in the interest of an important industry of the United States.

WARREN G. HARDING. THE WHITE HOUSE, January 10, 1923.

The PRESIDENT:

The undersigned the Secretary of State has the honor to lay before the President with a view to its transmission to Congress for the consideration of that body, if his judgment approve thereof, the following matter:

On June 17, 1922, the Government of the Netherlands, through its legation at Washington, invited the participation of the Government of the United States in an International Congress for Cattle

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