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1012 SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. sm. 111. Ch. 141. 1915. accountant $3,000; four chiefs of division, at $2,250 each; four assistant chiefs of division at $2,000 each; three prmcrpal bookkeepers at $2,000 each; clerks-—twenty-Eve of class four, forty- three of class three, forty-nine of class two, seventy-five of class one, thirty-two at $1,000 each, twelve at $900 each; skilled laborers- Eve at $840 each, eleven at $720 each, six at $660 each; messenger boys—four at $480 each, five at $420 each, five at $360 each; ten male laborers, at $660 each; forewoman, $480; mneteen charwomen; _; in all, $385,740. _ ¤¤i]iig1°iE °` For compensation, to be fixed by the Secretary of the Treasury, of such number of em loyees as may be necessary to audit the accounts and vouchers of) the Postal Service by the use of labor—savmg §Q'{',Q‘{Q,’;,,,,,,,,1,,,,_ devices, $215,130: Promlied, That not exceeding $28,000 may be psed for the payment of compensation to sard employees absent on cave. B°"°°"°“ in "'“°‘ The Secret of the Treas may during the fiscal year nineteen foldlvision. y _ www hundred and giilteen, from time to time, as vacancies occur by death, r ation, or otherwise, the number of positions of the several grades bnelow thegrade of chief of division in the office of the ,,’§"",§‘,§°‘ Auditor for the Post ce D?>srtment and use the unexpended' wm- balances of the appropriations or the positions so diminished as a frmd to pa the com ensation, as fixed by the Secretary of the Treasury, of such number of emplciyees as may be necessary to audit the accounts and vouchers of the ostal Service by the use of laborsaving devices. ,_§_°'“* “"‘“° BY" Postal Savings System: Clerks—one of class three, ive of class two, twelve of class one, thirteen at $1,000 each; seven skilled laborers, at I $900 each; in all, $42,300. '*"°°’“”"°‘”°°· Orvmcn or THE Tnnastmmz: Treasurer, $8,000; Assistant Treasurer, $3,600· Deputy Assistant Treasurer, $3 200; cashier, $3,600; assistant cashier, $3,000; chief clerk, $2,500; five chiefs of division, at $2,500 each; two assistant chiefs of division, at $2,250 each; vault clerk, $2,500; principal bookkeeper, $2,500; two tellers, at $2,500 each; two assistant tellers, at $2,250 each; assistant bookkeepers—— two at $2,100 each, two at $2,000 each; vault clerk, bond division, $2,000; clerk for Treasurer, $1,800; coin clerk, $1,400; clerks-— twenty-eight of class four, twenty of class three, six at $1,500 each, eighteen o class two, three at $1,300 each, forty-six of class one (three transferred to Auditor for the Interior Department), one $1,100, eighteen at $1,000 each (two transferred to Auditor for Interior Department) twenty-three at $900 each (one transferred to Auditor for Interior Department); expert counters—six at $1,200 each, six at $1,000 each thirty-nme at $900 each, twelve at $800 each (two transferred to Division of Loans and Currency and one to Auditor for Interior De;};·tment), thirty-five at $720 each (three transferred to Division of ans and Currency), Six at $700 each (one transferred to Auditor for Interior lgplpartment); two compositors and ressmen, at $1,600 each; two s ed laborers at $1,200 each; siliier piler, $1,000; twenty money counters and handlers for money laundry machines, at $900 each; mail messenger, $840; eight messengers;

 a&s1s;ant;)§esser1i\I.gem; tw<g1(ty-one laborers (one transferred to

ie er ’s ce, eas artment · seven messenger be , pm [ at I;$36(;}ea<i_h; in al1i)1$4i5i9l0l0Y d P ), YS ¤_° ¤¤· _ or e orce em oy in re the national currenc to be ww y reimbursed lbly the national banks): u erintendent, $3,500}; ieller, $2,500; boo ceP<·>1‘, $2,400; assistant teller, $2,000; assistant bookkeeper, $2,000; clerks——five of class four, seven of class three, nine of ass two; expert O0l1Ill3(%1'S—·l}ll1I'l$y·HV(3 at $1,200 each, fifty-two at $1,000 each, forty-two at $900 each, fifty at $800 each; two

né rs; four assistant messengers; four charwomeu; in all,