Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 34 Part 1.djvu/498

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468 FIFl‘Y—NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 3546. 1906. °l°*'k'· °"°- For compensation to clerks and laborers at division headquarters, ninety-five thousand dollars. _ _ '*"°'°“¤¤· °°°-· °* For traveling expenses of inspectors without per d1em, and of rnspect- |)3Dl6S· . • • · ors rn charge, expenses rncurred by inspectors not covered by per rem allowance, and traveling expenses of the chief post-oflice mspector, seventy thousand dollars. _ _ _ _ m•°°“*¤°°“*~ For necessary miscellaneous expenses at d1V1810D headquarters, six thousand dollars. _ _ R°"°"°· °’°· For yment of rewards for the detection, arrest, and conviction of postoihide bur lars, robbers, and highway mail robbers, twenty thou- &°u,'§’,f;,,g moms_ sand dollars: .irmnAed, That of the amount herein appropriated not tum. ew. to exceed two thousand dollars may be expended, in the drscretron of _ the Postmaster-General, for the purpose o securing information concerning violations of the stal laws, and for services and information looking toward the apprehension of criminals. '1'¤v•=1.¤¤¤~ For travel and miscellaneous expenses in the postal service, ofice of the Postmaster-General, one thousand dollars. ,,F,¤¤¤* A¤H¤i;:,e¤ orrrcn or ran rmsr assrsmnr rosrznsrnn-ennnnxn. '°’"'“'“"'~ For compensation to postmasters, twenty-four million dollars. m*"""" ’°'“"""` For compensation to assistant postmasters at iirst and second class ` st·offices: Two, at three thousand five hundred dollars each; twenty- hge, at three thousand dollars each· five, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; two, at two thousand dollars each; twelve, at one thousand nine hundred dollars each; twenty, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each· fifty-five, at one thousand seven hundred dollars each; one hundred, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; ninety, at one thousand five hundred dollars each; one hundred, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; two hundred and ten, at one thousand three hundred dollars each; three hundred and fifty, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; three hundred and forty, at one thousand one hundred dollars each; two hundred and fifty, at one thousand dollars each; sixty, at nine hundred dollars each; sixty, at eight hundred dollars each, and sixt , at seven hundred dollars each; in all, not to exceed tiwp million one hundred and twenty-three thousand eight hundred o ars. c,§,}’kg`°;§g'°“d°""· For compensation to clerks in first and second class post-offices; A¤•S.¤¤¤- Superintendents of delivery, superintendents of mai s, superintendents of money order, and superintendents of re istry, eight, at not exceeding three thousand two hundred dollars eadlx;

  • ““·°°°· Auditors, two, at not exceedin three thousand dollars each;

An $2.700- Superintendents of delivery and superintendents of mails, seventeen, at not exceeding two thousand seven hundred dollars each;

  • “*’·°°°· Cashiers, superintendents of delivery, and superintendents of mails,

twenty-one, at not exceeding two thousand six hundred dollars each; Aeszsco. Superintendents of delivery, superintendents of mails, and superintendents of stations, six, at not exceeding two thousand five hundred dollars each; M ”·*°°· Assistant superintendent of delivery, assistant superintendent of mails, assistant superintendent of money order, assistant superintendent of registry, bookkeeper, cashiers, finance clerk, private secretaries, superintendents of delivery, superintendents of mails, superintendents of money order, and superintendents of registr , twenty-six, at not_exceeding two thousand four hundred dollars eacli;

  • “”·“°°· Assistant superintendents of mails, bookkeepers, cashiers, chief

mailing clerks, chief stamp clerks, linance clerks, superintendents of delivery, superintendents of mails, superintendents of money order, superintendent of registry, and su rrntendents of stations, twenty- . nine, at not exceeding two thousandptwo hundred dollars each: