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1018 SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. III. C11. 141. 1915. be necessary for use in the District of Columbia and the several col- §’,¤{,,*§°;¤*g0_°°**’°¤°°· lection districts, including per diem in lieu of subsistence pursuant

 ' to section thirteen of the sundry civil appropriation Act approved

A t first, nineteen hundred and fourteen, $292,000.

 lilor rent of offices outside of the District of Columbia, telephone

’ service, and other miscellaneous expenses mcident to the collection of intemal revenue, purchase of necessaijynbooks of reference and periodicals for the chemical laboratory and w library, not to exceed $500, and reasonable expenses for not exceeding sixty days immediately following the in]1u·y of field officers or employees in the Internal-Revenue Service while in line of dutg, of medical attendance, s n’s and hospital bills made necessary y reason of such injury, and for horses crippled or killed while being used by officers in making raids, not exceeding $150 for any horse so crippled or killed, $100,000. m¤}°*P¤°•¤° '*`*•°°· mnnrnnnmnr ramsnnr. ¤m*g__*¤¤¤*“**”¤’ Barxrmoan, ormcn or Assxsraur ramsunmz: Assistant treas- Bsnumm. urer, $4,500· cashier, $2,500; payinlgl teller, $2,000; receiving teller, $1,900; exchange teller, $1,800; va t clerk, $1,800; clerks-—two at $1,600 each, three at $1,400 each, three at $1,200 each, three at $1,000 each; messenger, $840; three watchmen, at $720 each; in all, $31,500. B°•*°°· Bosrox, ormcm or assrsjramr ‘•r1masU1un1z: Assistant treasurer, $5,000; cashier, $2,500; ogaying teller, $2,500; vault clerk, $2,000; receiving teller, $2,000; r emptnon teller, $1,800; clerks—one $2,200, five at $1,600 each, one $1,500, one $1,400, two at $1,200 each, three at $1,100 each, four at $1,000 each; cluef guard, $1,100; three watchmen, at $850 each; laborer and guard $720; four money counters and handlers for money laundry machines, at $900 each; in all, $46,570. °"‘°°‘°‘ Cmcaeo orncm or assrsrarrr Tanasnnmz Assistant treasurer, $5,000; cashier, $3,000; assistant cashier, $2,000; vault clerk, $2,250; gaying teller, $2 500; assorting teller, $2,000; redemption teller, 2,000; change teller, $2,000; receiving teller, $2,000; bookk rs— two at $1,500 each; clerks-0ne $1,750, one $1,600, nine a(tG£l5,500 each, fourteen at $1,200 each; hall man, $1,100• messenger, $840; three watchmen, at $720 each; janitor, $720; eight money counters gpd handlers for money laundry machines, at $900 each; in all, 1 420. °‘°°*”¤*“· $4(.}’5x(;;¢bcmNi§r, O:'FICg'l00F assrsrégrlr Tamasvnmnz Assistant treasurer, , ; cas er, 2,2 ; ay1ng' er, $2,000; receivmg' teller, $1 800· vault clerk, $1,800; clerks-two at $1,300 each, four at $1,200 each; two at $1,000 each; clerk and stenographer, $1,000; chief watchman, $840; two watchmen, at $720 each; m all, $25,030. N"' 0***** Nm;4O5%z)3nar;`€`,1iomcm or assrsraur piansuaaaz Assistant treasurer, , · c er, $2,250; paymg' te er $2,000; recei teller $2,000; vault clerk, $1,800; asserting teller, $1,200; $1,500, five at $1,200 each, one $1,000; typewriter and stenographer, $1,000_; dgy watchman, $720; night watchman, $720; messenger, $600; m , $25,290. ”°* Y°**=- Naw Yonx, omca or assismnr ramsmma: Assistant treasurer, $8,000; cashier, _$4,200;_assistant cashier, $3,600· chief clerk, $3,000; check pay d1VlSl0H—·Cl.`l16f $3,000, assistant chiei $2,000; bond clerk and assistant vault clerk, $2,800; paying teller, $3,000; assistant ay- mg teller, $2,250; receiving teller, $2,800; assistant receiving telller, $1,800; redemption division—chief $2,700, assistant chief $2,250; vault and authorities clerk, $2,500; coin division———chief $2,700, assistant chief $2,000, paying teller $2,100; minor coin division. chief $2,000, paying teller $1,800; bookkeepers——chief $2,400, two at