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PUBLIC LAW 204—OCT. 24, 1951

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"POST OFFICES OF THE THIRD CLASS Oross receipts $7,000 to $7,990.99 $6,000 to $6,999.99. $5,000 to $5,099.99. $4,200 to $4,999.99 $3,500 to $4,199.99 $3,000 to $3,499.99. $2,700 to $2,999.99. $2,400 to $2,699.99 $2,100 to $2,399.99 $1,900 to $2,099.99 $1,700 to $1,899.99 $1,500 to $1,699.99.

Per annum rates, postmasters $4,298 4,162 4,058 3,917 3,781 3,645 3,509 3,400 3,264 3,128 3,019 2,883

•Provided, That where the gross postal receipts of a post office of the third class for each of two consecutive calendar years are less than $1,600, or where in any calendar year the gross postal receipts are less than $1,400, it shall be relegated to the fourth class. 'POST OFFICES OF THE FOURTH CLASS Gross receipts $1,300 to $1,499.99 $1,100 to $1,299.99 $1,000 to $1,099.99. $900 to $999.99.... $800 to $899.99.... $700 to $799.99.... $600 to $699.99.... $500 to $599.99.... $450 to $499.99.... $400 to $449.99.... $350 to $399.99-... $300 to $349.99.... $250 to $299.99.... $200 to $249.99.... $150 to $199.99.... $100 to $149.99.... Less than $100...

69 Stat. 437. 39 U.S,C. §§66,868.

39 U.S.C. § 859.

Per annum rates, postmasters $2,611.20 2,494.80 2,336.04 2,177. 28 2,045.44 1,914.88 1,762.66 1,588.48 1,441.60 1,327.36 1,218.66 1,111.32 979.20 848.64 685.44 522.24 326.40"

(b) Section 8 of such Act is amended by adding at the end thereof a new subsection as follows: "(c) At central accounting offices where the gross postal receipts are less than $7,000,000 the superintendent of finance, or the employee in charge of central accounting records and adjustments of the accounts, shall be allowed $200 per annum in addition to the salary specified in subsection (a). A t central accounting offices with receipts of less than $1,000,000, the employee performing the duties of an auditor shall be allowed a salary equal to that of a foreman." SEC. 6. Section 9 of such Act is amended to read as follows: " S U P E R VI S O R S I N THE UNITED STATES STAMPED ENVELOPE A G E N C Y; SUPERINTENDENTS A N D ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENTS OF CLASSIFIED STATIONS A N D BRANCHES

"SEC. 9. (a) The annual salaries of supervisors in the United States Stamped Envelope Agency shall be as follows: "Agent, $5,770; assistant agent, $5,270. " (b) The salary of superintendents and assistant superintendents of classified stations shall be based on the number of employees assigned thereto and the annual postal receipts. No allowance shall be made for sales of stamps to patrons residing outside of the territory of the stations. At classified stations each $25,000 of postal receipts shall be considered equal to one additional employee: Provided.^ That in determining the number of employees at a classified station, credit