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1002 srxryrrmnn coucnmss. sm. III. oe. 141. 1915. $720; Enrolled Bills——clerk $2,000, janitor $720; Foreign Affairsclerk $2,500, assistant clerk $1,800, janitor $720· Immi ation and N8tUI8l1Z&tl0D—Gl6Ik $2,000, janitor $720· Indian A§iiirs—clerk $2,500, assistant clerk $1,800, janitor $720; Industrial Arts and Ex- POSlt10DS——Cl6l'k $2,000, janitor $720; Insular Aifairs——clerk $2,000, jamtor $720; Interstate and Foreign Commerce—clerk $2,500, additional clerk $2,000, assistant clerk $1,500, ja.nitor_$1,000;_ Irrigation of And Lands—clerk $2,000, jamtor $720; Invalid Pensions-clerk $2,500, stenographer $2,190, assistant clerk $2,000 `anitor $1 000- Judiciary—c1erk $2 500 assistant clerk $1 600 'anitdrh720 L lic i , ; a r— p;lherkt$&000, j anilto£1:i:l720 ; Lib{·a.1i{y?clerk $2,l)l)0, janito1i;g120; Meran arme an er1es——c er 2,000 'anito $720· 't Afiairs-—cler]l; ggigg, assisgant ger]; $1,000; lgaivlal Afer , assis ant er 500 anitor $1 000· atents——

her6l30$2,0Q0;) j
r';g%>r1$72'0é)i]§’iensions(§;}cle11;l1I{$2,500,,asiistaut clerk

jamr · os cesan os o er$2500 § c§:;·ll§H$1i§4$; janitord$(1};g00; $2,000;

c dm? an un er $2500 assistant cl k

$83* {$,*3 $336* n,3i‘3f,J‘%?‘*§;°EkwS.,‘2*‘l.?t’§3*tS$0“”,;§ir;k y I.° $720; lhvers and Ha.rbors—clerk $2,500, asistant c1erl£$1,80l), janitor $1,000; Roads—clerk $2,000, janitor $720; Rules—clerk $2,000, janitor $720; TGl'l'lt0l'l$—-Ol6I'k $2,000, `anitor $720- War Claims— clerk $2,500, clerk to continue Digest of Claims under resolution of March seventh, hundred and eighty-c` ht, $2,500, assistant clerk $1,200, janitor $720; Ways and MGBDS-§6I'k $3,000, assistant clerk and stenographer $2,000; assistant clerk $1,900, janitors, one $1g)00, one $’?0; ag], $168,753iau ¤•¤i¤¤¤ anitors un er e 0 be ted b th hairm A°°°m°°°t’°°°' respectively, of said c01i·1•;1§91il1¢is, and shglpjidilform 1}inde‘i· the dirgrdi tion of the I)oorkeeper all of the duties heretofore required of messengers detailed to said committees by the Doorkee er, and shall be subjeegtttlp rgijnoval by; the Dopxrgeegr at any time aiiter the terminationo e ngress urmg` w` e werea 'td. gg *<>¤¤¤¤i¤••¤· $l¥g1é;1lD6 clerks to committees, at $6 gach perldleiiyudnfring the session,

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bologseeper, $2,200; deputy sergeant at aims in charge hf $1,800; messenger, $1,400* stenographer and typewriter, $900; Pom Hm Om skilled lalgorer, $840; hire of horse and wagon, $600; in all, $22,840. B,,,,,,,,,;_ _ For police force, House Office Building, under the Sergeant at Arms: Lieutenant, $1,200; thirteen pnvates, at $1,050 each; m all, $14,850. nmmpe, man Ormom or Doommnrnn: Doorkeeper, $5,000; hire of horses and °"'*"°’°°’·°‘°· wagons and repairs of same, $1,200, or so much thereof as may be necessary; special employee, $1,500; superintendent of reporters’ gal- ¤¤¤¤¤¤¤•¤· lery, $1,400; jamtor, $1,500; messengers—sixteen at $1,180 each, fourteen on soldiers’ roll at $1,200 each; laborers—fifteen at $720 each, one in the water·closet $720, one $680, two known as cloakroom me? at $%%§0ach, ki:-ilcvvn as (ploakroom men, two at $720 each ansixa eac;em tt t'ldi’ t" · gm.»,·;e,-;,,,,.,,_ superintendent of ara; taf, °£2,?n`§ f§?,§a“,“g$&°0%‘r $2.; clerks, at $1,600 each; messenger, $1,200; janitor, $720; laborer, ,,_mm_ $720; thirty-two folders, at $900 each; two drivers, at $840 each; two chief pages, at $1,200 each; two m rs in charge of telephones (one for the minority) at $1,200 each; Iort -six pages during the session, including two pages, four telephone p i, ress- ,, _, e page, and ten pages for duty at the entrances teiilgsririiii or

 e Ildlmse, at $2.50 per; day each, $23,920; superintendent of document room, $2,900; assistant superintendent, $2,100; clerk, $1,700;