FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 1622. 1901. 33]. days; one janitor, at six hundred dollars; one pilot, at three dollars per diem, including Sundays; one draftsman at four dollars per diem; one electrician, one thousand four hundred dollars; one stenographer and typewriter, one thousand dollars; one writer, nine hundred dollars; one telegraph operator and clerk, nine hundred dollars; one draftsman, one thousand two hundred dollars; one master of tugs, pine glhoelusarédtltwo hundreél ldollars; in all, thirteen thousand seven un an irty-seven dollars; ' Navy-yard, Boston Massachusetts: For one clerk, at one thousand B°‘°°“·M“‘ ' four hundred dollars; one foreman laborer, at four dollars per diem; one messenger to commandant, at two dollars per diem; one messenger, at two dollars r diem; one mail messenger, at two dollars per diem, including Sundlicys; one writer, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents; one draftsman, at ive dollars per diem; one master of tugs, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one electrician, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one stenographerand typewriter, at three dollars and twenty-eight cents per diem; one bookkeeper, ong thousand twcil hundred dollars; in all, twelve thousand and _ forty-two o lars and eig ty-nine cents; - ' Navy—yard, New York, New York: For one clerk, at one thousand N"' Y°"k·N‘ Y" four hundred dollars; one time clerk in lieu of one writer, one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents; one ard pilot, two thousand dollars; two masters of tugs, at one thousand five hundred dollars each; two writers at one thousand eight hundred dollars; one foreman laborer, at four dollars and fifty cents per diem; one mail messenger, at two dollars per diem, includm Sundays; two messengers, at two dollars and twenty-fave cents per diem each; one draftsman, at five dollarlsaper diem; one quarterman, at three dollars per diem; one _ superiufe ent of teams, or quarterman, at four dollars ger diem; one messenger to eommandant, at two dollars and twenty- ve cents (per diem. including Sundays; one messenger, yards and docks, at two ollars and twenty-five cents per diem; one stenographer and typewriter, at three dollars and twenty-six cents per diem; one electrician, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one bookkeeper, or accountant, at one . thousand two hundred dollars; one master of tugs, one thousand live hundred dollsés; in all, twenty-three thousand one hundred and sixty- six dollars an thirteen cents; Naval station, Sacketts Harbor, New York: For one ship keeper, at NP§$k°"’ H"b°’· three hundred and sixty-five dollars per annum; Navy- ard, Lea ue Island, Pennsylvania: For one clerk, at one L¤¤s¤·= 1¤1¤¤<¤. P¤· thousand, four hun%red dollars; one writer and telegraph operator, at . one thousand dollars; one messenger, at two dollars per diem; one foreman laborer, at four dollars per diem; one master of tugs, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one draftsman, at five dollars per diem; . one electrician, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one mail messenger, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays; one master of tugs. at one thousand dollars; one foreman ioiner, at four dollars per diem; one stenographer and tylpewriter, civil engineer’s office, one thousand dollars; in all, twelve thousand four hundred and twenty~five dollars; Navy- ard, W ashinfgton. District of Columbia: For one clerk, at one w“"i°8°°”· D- °· thousand, four hundre dollars; one messenger, at two dollars per diem; one foreman laborer, at four dollars per diem; one electrician at one thousand four hundred dollars; one writer, at one thousand and seven- ·teen dollars and twenty-five cents; one time clerk, nine hundred dollars; gn all, six thousand five hundred and ninety-five dollars and twentv· ve cents; Navy-yard, Norfolk, Virginia: For one clerk, at one thousand four N°’*"*k- “‘· hundred dollars; one writer, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents; one writer, at one thousand dollars: one fore-

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