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1036 SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. III. C11. 141. 1915. mi;?¤,§;$§g;_ I”’P•°· Division of Post-office Insrigstorsz Chief Inspector, $4,000; chief clerk, $2,000; clerks-—two of c four (one transferred to Postmaster General’s office), eleven of class three (one transferred from Postmaster General’s office, one from Fourth Assistant’s office, and one from division of Solicitor), thirteen of class two (one transferred from Fourth Assistant’s office), fifteen of class one (one transferred to Postmaster Genera1’s office), seventeen at $1,000 each (three transferred from Postmaster Genera1’s office), twelve at $900 each; messenger (transferred from Fourth Assistant’s office); two assistant messengers (one transferred to Postmaster Genera1’s office); laborer, m all, $94,140. ,Ps¤z¤¤¤¤i¤: agents Division of Purcha ent: Purchasin agent, $4,000; chief L clerk, $2,000; olerks—Sdll1§<ff%lass four, three 0% class three (one transferred from Postmaster General’s office and one from Fourth Assistant’s office), two of class two (one transferred from Postmaster Genera1’s office), two of class one, two at $1,000 each (one transferred from Fourth Assistant’s office), one $900 (transferred from Fourth Assistant’s office); two assistant messengers (one formerly map mounter, Fourth Assistant’s office); actua and necessaigl exdpenses of the purchasin§ agent while traveling on business of e epartment, $500· in a , $22,640. ¤¤1¤t¤r’¤ ¤iv¤i¤¤· Division hf Solicitor: Assistant attorneys—one $2,750 one $2,500, two at $2,000 each; bond examiner, $2,500 (transferred from Third ' Assistant’s office); law clerk, $1,800; clerks-——three of class four (one transferred from Fourth Assistant’s office), two of class three (two transferred from Fourth Assistant’s office and one to division of postoffice inspectors), four of class two (one transferred from Postmaster General’s office), four of class one (two transferred from Third Assistant’s omce and one from Fourth Assistant’s office), one $1,000, one $900; assistant nremenger; m all, $35,170. ° p;tV¤ggi:_h=*¤¤· D~ C-· Washington, District of Columbia, new post-ofiioe building: Three om, sm., or new assistant e eers, at $900 each; three assistant electricians, at $900 b““‘”“" each; ten elevator conductors, at $720 each; three oilers, at $720 each; twelve watchman; additional to one watchman acting as lieutenant of watch, $120; fifteen laborers; assistant plumber, $720; two female laborers, at $480 each; fifteen charwomen; in all, $38,700. m;`Si{;:;}gjjgg{¤*,_};<j¤¢· Ormom Fmsr Assrsmrrr Posrxasrmz GENERAL: First Assistant senses ;ma’¤utw. Postmaster General, $5,000; chief clerk, $2,500; division of salaries ““°°“‘“"“‘°°*°°°‘ and allowances-—superintendent $4,000, assistant superintendent $2,250; chief, division of corresgondence, $2,000; clerks——nine of class four (one transferred from ostmaster General’s office), six of class three (one transferred to Postmaster General’s office), eleven of class two (one transferred to Postmaster General’s office and one from Fourth Assistant’s office), eight of class one, six at $1,000 each (one transferred from Postmaster General’s office and one from Fourth Assrstant's office), ten at $900 each (two transferred from Fourth Assistantfs office) · assistant messenger; in all, $82,270. Appointments am. Division of Postmasters’ Appointments: Superintendent, $3,000; “i°“‘ two assistants, at $2,000 each; clerks-—four of class four (one transferred from Postmaster General’s office), twelve of class three (one transferred to Postmaster Gener·al’s office and one to Fourth Assistant’s office), ten of class two, six of class one, four at $1,000 each, two at $900 each; two messengers; in all, $62,080. merry dsuvsry am- _ Division of City Delivery: Supermtendent, $3,000; assistant super- ’“ rntendent, $2 000; clerks—three of class three, two of class two, eight of class one (one transferred from Fourth Assistant’s office), four at Second Ammnt $1,000 each, two at $900 each; messenger; m all, $28,840. P,,,,,,,,,_,,,, cmu, Orrrcm Sscorm Assrsrarrr Posrussrm German.: Second Assistwiimwsy mm ant Postmaster General, $5,000; chief clerk, $2,500; division of me axvsm. railway ad]ustments——supermtendent $3,000, assistant superintend-