Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 33 Part 1.djvu/527

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FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. H. Ch. 1759. 1904. 439 For miscellaneous items, one thousand dollars. ml,{n;¤°°l‘*¤1¢<**** Fnnnnnmvnnr snizvrcnz For pay of letter carriers in offices already new mmm established, and for substitute letter carriers, and for temporary carriers at summer resorts, holiday, election, and emergency service, twenty million two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. For pay of letter carriers in new offices entitled to free—delivery· New omces. service under existing law, one hundred and ten thousand dollars. . For horse·hire allowance, seven hundred thousand dollars. H¤¤¤ me- For car fare and bicycle allowance, three hundred thousand dollars. CM fm- ¤*¤· For compensation to twenty-two mechanic , at not exceeding nine hundred do lars each, nineteen thousand eight hundred dollars._ For marine postal service, Detroit, Michigan, four thousand five gfgttnfkk t , hundred dollars: Provided, That the Postmaster—General shall enter sei-vm. pu ° into contract for such marine postal service for a period not exceeding €§§'{*f{’é,_ Siva years at an annual rate not to exceed four thousand five hundred o ars. For all other incidental expenses, including letter boxes, kage ‘”°“’°”°“*°‘P°”S°* llxoziss, posts, furniture, satchels, and straps, three hundred thdilsand ol rs. For car fare for special-delivery messengers in emergent cases, ten ¤1>¤<=¤1¤<»¤ivm·- thousand dollars. For fees to special-delivery messengers, nine hundred thousand dol- . lars: Prmzided, That nothing in this Act contained shall be construed ,§'e*;”j}t°,hm m 1E_ to repeal or in any manner modify section one hundred and sixty-one tions not aifectegu of the Revised Statutes of the United States in its application to the R' S" "°‘ 161* "°°‘ Post-Oilice Department._ Roan. FKEE·DEI.IVlH smzvrom For compensation to six division ““""'°° "°“'°”'· superintendent: of rural free-delivery service at two thousand four u.,B§§’,§*,§f‘ "‘*’°"“‘ hundred dollars each, fourteen thousand four hundred dollars. . For compensation to one rural agent, for rural carrier examining ,,,}{,€}‘,f,";§,°${"°’°" board, two thousand dollars. For com nsation to twenty-five rural agents at one thousand six §.Y,§`¤“,l€'},°,Y,'{{§h_ hundred ddlllars each; eighteen rural agents at one thousand five hundred dollars each; eighteen rural agents at one thousand four hundred dollars each; twenty-five rural agents at one thousand three hundred dollars each; sixty—hve rural agents at one thousand two hundred dollars each, and ten rural agents at one thousand dollars each, two hundred and twelve thousand seven hundred dollars. On and after July first, nineteen hundred and four, special agents im-isms super-anin charge of divisions of the rural free-delivery service shall be known §§'L?,$§{" ‘""l ""`I and designated as division superintendents of rural free-delivery serv· '*`“‘°S °'°’*¤"¤*°’l· ice; and special agents and route inspectors of such service s all be known an designated as rural agents. For per diem allowance for eighty-six rural agents in the field when Per <¤¤¤=¤¤¢4¤<1·¤y- actualéy traveling on business of the Post·(}Hice Department, at a rate to be xed by the Postmaster·General, not to exceed four dollars per . day. and for other necessary official expenses, one hundred and three thousand two hundred dollars. For per diem allowance for seventy-five rural agents in the field P*****<*¤¤*¤*¤·*¤Y- when actually traveling on business of the Post-Ofiice Department, at at a rate to be fixed by the Postmaster·General not to exceed three dollars per day, and for other necessary official expenses, sixty-seven thousand five hundred dollars. For incidental and other necessary official expenses of division super- N{{;ff°°'°l· °'°·· **· intendents and rural agents, livery hire, forty thousand dollars." For compensation to clerks at division headquarters: Twelve clerks, ,,2**** “‘ ’“'“*’*¤‘“"· at one thousand two hundred dollars each; ten clerks, at one thousand one hundred dollars each; ten clerks, at one thousand dollars each; eight clerks, at nine hundred dollars each, and six clerks, at seven hundred dollars each, forty-six thousand eight hundred dollars.