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PUBLIC LAWS-OH. 208-JULY 7 , 1947 Pot, pp . 253 ,254,258. Eligibility require- ments; appointment; promotion. Classification and assignment of teach- ers, etc. Teachers, etc. , in positions on June 30, 1947. Continuance of em- ployment. Master's degree. Requirement for certain appointments, etc. Annual increases without master's de- gree. Minimum compen- sation. CLASS 2 9-SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS A salary of $14,000 per year. DEPARTMENT OF SCHOOL ATTENDANCE AND WORK PERMITS CLASS 30---DIRECTO A basic salary of $4,500 per year, with an annual increase in salary of $100 for ten years, or until a maximum salary of $5,500 per year is reached. CLASS 31--CHIEF ATTENDANCE OFFICERS A basic salary of $3,600 per year, with an annual increase in salary of $100 for ten years, or until a maximum salary of $4,600 per year is reached. CLASS 32-ATTENDANCE OFFICERS A basic salary of $2,500 per year, with an annual increase in salary of $100 for fifteen years, or until a maximum salary of $4,000 per year is reached. CLASS 33--CENSUS SUPERVISORS A basic salary of $2,500 per year, with an annual increase in salary of $100 for fifteen years, or until a maximum salary of $4,000 per year is reached. CLASS 34--CHILD-LABOR INSPECTORS A basic salary of $2,500 per year, with an annual increase in salary of $100 for fifteen years, or until a maximum salary of $4,000 per year is reached. The teachers, school officers, and other employees provided for in this title, during the first year of service after the effective date of this Act shall receive compensation in accordance with the provisions of sections 2,4, 5, 6, 8, and 9 of this Act. TITLE II-CLASSIFICATION AND ASSIGNMENT OF EMPLOYEES SEC. 2. The Board of Education is hereby authorized to establish the eligibility requirements and prescribe such methods of appoint- ment or promotion for teachers, officers, and other employees as it may deem proper. The Board of Education is hereby authorized, empowered, and directed, on written recommendation of the Super- intendent of Schools, to classify and assign all teachers, school officers, and other employees to the salary classes and positions in the fore- going salary schedule: Provided, That teachers, school officers, and other employees on probationary or permanent status shall not be required to take any examinations, either mental or physical, to be continued in the positions in which they are employed on June 30, 1947, or to which they may be transferred and assigned under the provisions of section 6 of this Act. Except as hereinafter provided in this section, no teacher, school officer, or other employee shall be appointed in or promoted to group C in any class or appointed in or promoted to classes 13 to 30, inclusive, or receive a salary in excess of $4,000 in any class or in any class and group unless he possesses a master's degree: Provided,however, That any school officer without a master's degree in any one of the classes 13 to 30, inclusive, on June 30, 1947, shall thereafter be entitled to annual increases until he reaches an annual salary rate not more than $500 below the maximum of his class: And provided further, however, That no teacher, school officer, or other employee shall receive compensation at a rate less 252 [61 STAT.