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PUBLIC LAW 204—OCT. 24, 1951

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GRADES AND SALARIES OF EMPLOYEES IN TEIB AUTOMATIC GRADES—Con. Qrades 1

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SUBSTITTTTK, TBMPORAKT, A U X I L U R T, AND CHAE EMPLOYEES

Temporary carriers In rural delivery service on routes to which no regular carrier is assigned: Fixed compensation per anCompensation per mile per annum: For each mile up to 30 For each mile of route Temporary carriers in rural delivery service on routes having regular carrier absent without

$1,418 68 20

Substitute carriers in nu-al delivery service on routes having regular carriers absent with pay. Hourly rates Clerks in post offices of the third class; carriers in village delivery Mail handlers, messengers, watchmen; operators of the pneumatic tube service; garagemenSpecial delivery messengers in Clerks; carriers in city delivery service; driver mechanics; general mechanics; dispatchers of the pneumatic tube service

$1,365 $1.415 1.475 1.425

$1,465 $1.515

1.565

1.615

1.665

1.715

1.565

1.615

1.666

1.715

$1,766

$1.816

$1,865

1.615 1.715 1.925

1.665 1.766

1.716 1.815

1.766 1.865

1.816 1.916

1.865 1.965

1.916 2.016

$1,966

$2,016

' Rate autboriied for the regular carrier.

39 U.S.C. §861.

39 U.S.C. $ 862. Detroit River Marine Service.

and shall be promoted successively at the beginning of the quarter following one year's satisfactory service in each grade to the next higher grade until they reach the top automatic grade." SEC. 2. (a) Section 11(b) of such Act of July 6, 1945, is amended by striking out "grade 9" wherever it appears therein and inserting in lieu thereof "grade 7". (b) Section 12(a) of such Act is amended to read as follows: " (a) Marine carriers assigned to the Detroit River Marine Service shall be paid an annual salary of $300 in excess of the highest salary provided for carriers in the automatic grades in the City Delivery Service: Provided, That the annual salary of such marine carriers shall not be in excess of $4,370." (c) Section 12(e) of such Act is amended to read as follows: "(e) Clerks in post offices of the third class shall not be appointed or promoted to a salary grade in excess of $100 less than the salary of the postmaster at the office to which assigned. Substitute, temporary, or auxiliary clerks in post offices of the third class shall not be paid in excess of $1,465 per hour where the salary of the postmaster is $3,128 per annum; in excess of $1,415 per hour where the salary of the postmaster is $3,019 per annum; and in excess of $1,365 per hour where the salary of the postmaster is $2,883 per annum."