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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 208-JUNE 16, 1939 clerk, $2,880; four assistant clerks at $2,220 each; additional clerk, $1,800. Printing-clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,580; assistant clerk, $2,220; additional clerk, $1,800. Privileges and Elections- clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,400; assistant clerk, $2,220; additional clerk, $1,800. Public Buildings and Grounds-clerk, $3,900; assist- ant clerk, $2,400; assistant clerk, $2,220; additional clerk, $1,800. Public Lands and Surveys-clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,880; assistant clerk, $2,580; two assistant clerks at $2,220 each. Revision of the Laws-clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,400; assistant clerk, Senate Manual. $2,20; additional clerk, $1,800. Rules-clerk, $3,900 and $200 toward the preparation biennially of the Senate Manual under the direction of the Committee on Rules; assistant clerk, $2,880; assistant clerk, $2,580; assistant clerk, $2,220; additional clerk, $1,800. Territories and Insular Affairs-clerk, $3,900; assistant clerk, $2,580; two assist- ant clerks at $2,220 each; assistant clerk, $2,000; additional clerk, $1,800; in all, $505,960. CLERICAL ASSISTANTS TO SENATORS Clerical assistance to enators not chair- Clerical assistance to Senators who are not chairmen of the com- men of specfied cor mittees specially provided for herein as follows: Seventy clerks ttees. at $3,900 each; seventy assistant clerks at $2,400 each; and seventy assistant clerks at $2,220 each; such clerks and assistant clerks shall be ex officio clerks and assistant clerks of any committee of which their Senator is chairman; seventy additional clerks at $1,800 each, one for each Senator having no more than one clerk and two assistant clerks for himself or for the committee of which he is chairman; messenger, $1,800; in all, $724,200. OFFICE OF SERGEANT AT ARMS AND DOORKEEPER sa la ri es. Salaries: Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper, $8,000; two secre- taries (one for the majority and one for the minority), at $5,400 each and $1,000 additional each so long as the respective positions are held by the present respective incumbents; two assistant secretaries (one for the majority and one for the minority), at $4,320 each; Deputy Ser- geant at Arms and storekeeper, $4,800; clerks-one $3,000, one $2,100, two at $2,000 each, one $1,800, one to the secretary for the majority, $1,800, one to the secretary of the minority, $1,800, one $1,500; assistant doorkeeper, $2,880; messengers-three (acting as assistant doorkeepers) at $2,400 each; thirty (including four for minority) at $1,740 each; four at $1,620 each; one at card door, $2,640, and $240 additional so long as the position is held-by the present incumbent; clerk on Journal work for Congressional Record to be selected by the Official Reporters, $3,360; upholsterer and locksmith, $2,400; cabinet- maker, $2,040; three carpenters, at $2.040 each; janitor, $2,400; five skilled laborers, $1,680 each; laborer in charge of private passage, $1,740; four female attendants in charge of ladies' retiring rooms, at $1,500 each; three female attendants in charge of ladies' retiring rooms, Senate Office Building, at $1,500 each; attendant authorized by S. Res. 252 adopted May 13, 1938, $1,500; telephone operators-- chief $2,460 and $280 additional so long as the position is held by the present incumbent; fourteen at $1,560 each; laborer in charge of Senate toilet rooms in old library space, $1,200; press gallery-super- intendent, $3,660; assistant superintendent, $2,520; assistant superin- tendent, $2.400; messengers for service to press correspondents-four at $1,440 each, and S. Res. 236 adopted February 20, 1936, provid- ing for a messenger for service to press correspondents, is hereby repealed; laborers-three at $1,380 each, thirty at $1,260 each, three at 824 [53 STAT.