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SIXTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 70. 1921. 1111 sinkin fund and payment of interest on the debt of the District of ColumI>ia, $500. CORONER,S OFFICE! Coroner, $1,800; morgue master, $720; as- C°'°”°"’S °m°°‘ sisghnt morgue master and janitor, $600; hostler and janitor, $480; in , $3,600. _ Orrrcm or sU1>nmNrENDENr or Wmonrs, Mmsmns, AND Miuzxnrsz ,,§%;€,'f“,§§§,‘{§‘§§;,n‘§{ Superintendent, $2,500; inspectors-——chief, $1,500, Eve at $1,200 mgfabgés each; clerk, $1,200; market masters->two at $1,200 each, two at P0¤¢,p.`1217. $900 each; assistant market masters-—two at $780 each, two at $600 each, one $300; watchman, $600; laborers——five at $600 each, five at $480 each; inall,$24,460. E . C . ENGINEER coMmss1oNnn’s OFFICES Engineer of hiighways, $3,000; oionxiigiwaioo. engineer of bridges, $2,500; superintendents—one 0 streets $2,000, ,_,,’§,;’,§‘,;';°;f,;_ ‘“P°"¤‘ one of suburban roads $2,250; sanitary engineer, _$3,300; asphalts and cements—inspector $2,400; trees and parkings—superintendent msmt . ws $2,000, assistant superintendent $1,350; assistant engineers-—two at ooo. °°°° ’ $2,200 each, four at $1,800 each, two at $1,600 each, four at $1,500 each, two at $1,350 each, one $1,200; transit1nen—three at $1,200 each, one $1,050; rodmen·——eight at $900 each, four at $780 each; chainmen——six at $720 each, six at $650 each; draftsmen—one $1,500, two at $1,200 each, one $1,050; eneral inspector of sewers, $1,300; I"‘p°°°°”·°”°· inspectors of sewers, $1,200; brigge inspector, $1,200; inspectorstwo at $1,500 each, one $1,400, five (mcluding two of streets) at $1,200 each, one $1,000, one $900; foremen—thirteen at $1,200 each, four at $1,050 each, eight at $900 each;,brid e keepers——-one $650, three at $600 each; chic clerk, $2,250; permit gerk, $1,500; assistant Cl°'· °*" permit clerk, $1,000; clerks—one $1,800, three at $1,500 each, one $1,400, two at $1,350 each, seven at $1,200 each, two at $1,000 each, one $900, three at $840 each, one $720, one $600; seven messengers, at $600 each; skilled laborer, $625; laboratory assistant, $1,200; janitor, $720; steam engineers—principal, $2,090, one $1,800, two at $1,760 each, three assistants at $1,460 each; six oilers, at $960 each; six firemen, at $1,160 each; storekeeper, $900; superintendent of stables, $1,500; blacksmith, $975; two watchmen, at $630 each; two drivers, at $630 each; in all $184,530. C ml Central Garage: Superintendent, $1,500; two mechanics and °° gmg°` drivers, at $1,000 each; in all, $3,500. LIUNICIPAL .uzomrnc·r’s ormcnz Municipal architect, $3,600; mu engineering assistant, $2,400; superintendent of construction, $2,000; chief draftsman $1,800; draftsmen——one $1,400, one $1,300; heating, ventilating, and sanitary engineer, $2,000; superintendent of repairs, $1,800; assistant superintendent of repairs, $1,350; boss carpenter, boss tinner, boss painter, boss Fpllumber, boss steam fitter, boss grader, six in all, at $1,200 each; mac `nist, $1,200; clerks——one $1,200, one $1,050, one $1,000, one $720; copyist, $840; driver, $600; in all, $31,460. Puma Ummm, Pursue Urrurms COMMISSION! Executive secretary, $4,000; commission. accountant, $3,000; traffic engineer, $3,000; assistant acconmtant, $2,000; chief clerk, $1,800; statistical clerk, $1,400; inspectors—·one $1,800, one $1,600, one $1,400; inspector of gas and meters, $2,000; inspector of electric meters, $1,800; assistant inspectors-—one $1,200, two at $900 each; clerks——two at $1,400 each, one $1,200; two messe ers, at $720 each; in all, $32,240; _ [En- incidental and all other general necessary expenses authorized E"°"'°'“°“*°t°‘ by law, including the employment of expert services where necessary, $7.500: In all, Public Utilities Commission, $39,740. _ _ _ _ Srrmzar CLEANING DIVISION: Superintendent, $3,000; assistant ,,§,§f°°‘ °’°°""‘g‘“" superintendent, $1,800: chief clerk, $1,400; stenographer and clerk, $1,000; clerks—two at $1,200 each; one $1,100, one $1,000, two at $720 each; chief inspector, $1,300; inspectors—·four at $1,200 each,