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1112 SIXTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 70. ‘1921. two at $1,100 each; foreman of repairs, $1,200; foremen——one $1,300, four at $1,200 each, eight at $1,100 each, one $1,000, one $900; assistant foremen—three at $900 each, two at $720 each; messenger _ and driver, $600; in all, $44,180. ,,,§`§,{,‘§.‘§"”* “°‘“” $3goAR1>ho§ Exammnns, srmm ENGINEERS: Three members, at 0 eac 900. ,,,§‘,§{"°“°" D°p“"` Dnranrimivr or INSURANGR: Superintendent of insurance, $3,500; deputy and examiner, $2 ,000; statistician, $1,700 ; clerks··one $1,200, $580 at 21,0% each; stenographer, $1,000; temporary clerk hire,

in 12 000.

s“"'°""" °‘“°°· SURvnroR’s ormcn: Surveyor, $3,000; assistant surveyor, $2,000; c1erks——·one $1,225, one $975, one $675; three assistant engineers, at $1,500 each; computer, $1,200; record clerk, $1,050; inspector, $1,275; draftsmen—one $1,225, one $900; assistant computer, $900; three rodmen, at $825 each; chainmen—-three at $700 each, two at $650 Tm , eagh; computer and transitman, $1,200; in all, $26,000; _ W"! "' s' _ or services of temporary draftsmen, comfputers, laborers, additional field party when reguired, purchase o supplies, care or hire of teams, $4,000, all expen itures ereunder to be made only on the written authority of the commissioners; _ _ In all, $30,000. _ _ B0L§§`_1m"m W°g° Wage Board: Secretary, $2,500 ; clerical, contingent, mfegjm Distfm '°"°‘ and ugisgellaneous expe1ii1sesi3$2,500;fué?l, $15,000, to be paid w olly ,,,.§s'§,‘}l,‘§,’°Li'f;;,d_C°'“` Oulggtriicz ligvgldlliiisiiliiaf I;np1Id;1d:ds9Co1(ii%d;Insii§iion Fund: For carry- m*;¤Y*¤°¤* *°*’ **9*** ing out the provisions of section 11 o the District of Columbia A·nte,p.104. Appropriation Act approved Ju.l£ 11, 1919, extendmgh to the em- · V,,,_3,,,,,_;,2_ ployees of the government of the istrict of Columbia the provisions of the Act entitled "An Act to provide compensation for employees of the United States suffering injuries while in the performance of their duties, and for other purposes," approved September 7, 1916, Free Public Lib $5’000‘ _ . and Takoma xiii; FREE PUBLIC Lmnamr, rxcumme TAKOMA PARK BRANCh. Libra- B§§{§§,,,_ rian, $4,000; assistant librarian, $2,000 ; chief, circulating department, $1 ,7 60; director of children’s work, $1,600; director of reference work, $1,500; children’s librarian, $1,200; supervisor of school work, $1,260; hbrarian’s secretary, $1,200; Takoma Park branchlibrarian, $1,200; chiefs of divisions-—order and accessions $1,200, industrial $1,200: reference librarian, $1,200; chief, catalogue department, $1,-400; ass1stants—one $1,200, one in charge of periodica s $1,200, eight at $1,000 each, seven (including one for the Takoma Park branch) at $900 each, six (including one for Takoma Park branch) at $780 each; copyist, $780; classifier, $1,000; shelf lister, $1,120; cataloguexs-one $960, one $900, two at $780 each; stenographers and tlypewr1ters— one $1,100, one $1,000· attendants-—two at $900 each, e even at $780 gaélg); colllatcgr, $7;80;tfour nt;je;sze)1j)gers,hat $720feaih; teijuglagesi, S.; eac ; our jam ors a .. eac , one o w om s ac night waiifhman; janitor: of Takoma Parlg branch, $6gO; engineer, $1,300; eman $720· workman, $600; `brary guar , $720; two cloalgroom atteiidantsfat $360 each; six charwomen, at 5240 each; _ _ in al , $77,800. _ _ b“""“‘“‘°“‘ For substitutes and other special and temporary service, including the conducting of stations in public—school buildings, at the discretion _ of the librarian, $3,500. ,,,;T‘“d"’·°°°" °°°“` For extra services on Sundays, holidays, and Saturday half holi- _ da s, $3,000.

 liirscmrnmsocs, mcncnrxc Taigonm Pam; season; For books,

periodicals, andnewspapers, including payment in advance for subscnpltions to periodica s, newspapers, su scriptions books, and society pub `cations, S12 500; _ _ For binding. by contract or otherwise, including necessary personal services, $7,000;