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SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. sms. II. os. 141. 1914. 477 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 $2,000 each; clerks-one $2,300, two at $2,000 each, one $1,900, three at $1,800 each, one $1,700, four at $1,600 each, seven at $1,500 each, nine at $1,400 each, five at $1,300 each, thirteen at $1,200 each, fo1n· at $1,100 each, one $1,000; messengerstwo at $1,200 each, five at $900 each, two at $800 each; guardschief $1,500, one $1,200, two at $1,000 each; superintendent of building, $1,800; engineers-chief $1,200, two at $1,050 each; eight watchmen, at $720 each; sixteen money counters and handlers for money laimdry machines, at $900 each; in all, $171,660. Orrrcn or ASSISTANT TREASURER AT PHILADELPHIA! Assistant Pmhddvme treasurer, $5,000; cashier, $2,500; aying teller, $2,250; coin teller, $2,000; vault clerk, $1,900; booklxeeper, $1,800; asserting teller, $1,800; receiving teller, $1,700; redemption teller $1,600; clerksone $1,600, two at $1,500 each, two at $1,400 each, one $1,300, five at $1,200 each one $1,000; chief guard, $1,100; five coimters at $900 each; six watchmen, at $7,20 each; four money counters and handlers for money laundry machines, at $900 each; in all, $49,770. OEr1cE or ASSISTANT TREASURER AT SAINT LoU1s: Assistant Smtwm treasurer, $4,500; cashier, $2,500; paying teller, $2,000· receiving teller, $1,800; change teller, $1,600· coin teller, $1,200; clerks-two at $1,500 each, five at $1,200 each, two at $1,100 each, three at $1,000 each, three at $900 each; two watchmen, at $720 each; two janitors, at $600 each; guard, $720; in all, $33,860. Omen or ASSISTANT TREASURER AT SAN FRANc1sco: Assistant Sm F‘““°'“°‘” treasurer, $4,500; cashier who also acts as vault clerk, $3,000· bookkeeper, $2,000; paying teller, $2,400; receiving teller, $2,000; clerksone $2,000, two at $1,800 each, one $1,500; messenger, $840; four watchmen, at $720 each; in all, $24,720. MINTS AND ASSAY OFFICES. ,,cggi¤t== M my ¤*· Mnvr AT DENVER, COLORADO: Superintendent, $4,500; assayer, D€¤"°*·°°*°· $3,000; superintendent melting and refining department, $3,000; superinten ent coining department, $2,500; chief clerk, $2,500; cashier, $2,500; deposit weigh clerk, $2,000; bookkeeper, $2,000; assistant assayer, $2,200 ; assayer’s assistant, $2,000; assistant cashier, $1,800; clerks-two at $2,000 each, two at $1,800 each, four at $1,600 each, two at $1,400 each, one $1,200; private secretary, $1,200; in all, $47,200. For wages of workmen and other employees $94,000. _? For incidental and contingent expenses, including new machinery A”i°’”‘ 4'“' and repairs, wastage in melting and refining de artment and coining deplartment, and loss on sale of sweeps arising fiom the treatment of bu 'on and the manufacture of coin, $35,000. _ LIINT AT NEW ORLEANS, LoU1s1ANA: Assayer, who shall have MW °”l°°'“’I‘°‘ general char e of the institution as under section thirty—five hundred and sixty, 1%evised Statutes, and who shall be a practical assayer, $2,500; assistant assayer, $1,500; chief clerk, who shall perform the duties of cashier, $1,500; in all, $5,500. For wages of workmen and other employees, $5,350. For incidental and contingent expenses, $3,000. Pmhd 1 ,1,, P Mn~rTATPHn.AnELrr11A; Su erintendent, $4,500 ; engraver, $4,000; °p L" “ assayer, $3,000; melting an; rehning department—~superintendent $3,000, assistant superintendent $2,000; superintendent coining department, $2,500; chief clerk, $2,500; assistant assayer, $2,200; cashier, $2,500; bookkeeper, $2,500; deposit weigh clerk, $2,000; assistant cashier, $1,800; curator, $1,800; clerks-one $2,000, two at $1,700 each, eight at $1,600 each, one $1,500, six at $1,400 each, one $1,300, three at $1,200 each, three at $1,000 each; in all, $70,300.