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SIXTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. C11. 214. 1920. 635 Urmma SUTERINTENDENT OF THE CAPITOL BUILDING AND Gnormnsz °*'*°‘°"¤*”°°'·°”°- Chief engineer, $2,160; four assistant engineers at $1,440 each; machinist, $1,400; electrician, $1,400; twenty-four elevator conductors, including fourteen for service in the House Office Building, at $1,200 each, w o shall be under the supervision and direction of the Superintendent of the Capitol Building and Grounds; laborer, $800; three charwomen; in all, $41,040. Cnmzxs, MESSENGERS, AND Jamrons TO THE FOLLOWING oommrr- m‘§°§§{ 'rnns: Accounts—clerk $2,500, assistant clerk $1,800, anitor, $1,000; ¤¤it¢¢¤¤· Agriculture—clerk $2,500, assistant clerk $1,800, janitor $1,000; AppI·opriations—clerk $4,000 and $1,000 additional so long as the . position is held by the present incumbent, assistant clerk $3,000, assistant clerk and stenographer $2,500, assistant clerks-one $1,900, one $1,800, janitor $1,000; B d Currency-clerk$2,000, assistant clerk $1,200, janitor $720; us—clerk $2,000, janitor $720; Claims—clerk $2,500, assistant clerk $1,200, janitor $720; Coinage, Weights, and Measures——clerk $2,000, janitor $720; District of Columbia—clerk $2,500, assistant clerk $1,800, janitor $720; Education—clerk $2,000; Election of President, Vice President and Representatives in Congress-clerk $2,000; Elections Number Cnc-— clerk $2,000, jglnitor $1,000; Elections Number Two——clerk $2,000, jgnitor $720; ections Number Three-clerk $2,000, janitor $720; nrolled Bills——clerk $2,000, janitor $720; Flood Control-clerk $2,000, janitor $720; Foreign Affairs-clerk $2,500, assistant clerk $1,800, janitor $720; Immigration and N aturalization—clerk $2,000, janitor $720; Indian Affairs-clerk $2,500, assistant clerk $1,800, janitor $720; Industrial Arts and Expositions-clerk $2,000, janitor $720; Insular Affairs-clerk $2,000, djanitor $720; Interstate and Foreign Commerce-clerk $2,500, ad 'tional clerk $2,000, assistant clerk $1,500, janitor $1,000; Irrigation of Arid Lands-clerk $2,000, janitor $720; Invalid Pensions-clerk $2,500, steno apher $2,190, assistant clerk $2,000, janitor $1,000; Judiciar -clerir$2,500, assistant clerk $1,600, janitor $1,000; Labor-clerk, $2 000, janitor $720; Library-clerk $2,000, janitor $720; Merchant Marine and Fisheries-clerk $2,000, janitor $720; Military AH`8.l18—ClBIk $2 500, assistant clerk $1,500, janitor $1,000; Mines and Mining-clerk $2,000, janitor $720; Naval Afl’airs—clerk $2,500, assistant clerk $1,500, janitor $1,000; Patents-clerk $2,000, janitor $720; Pensions-clerk $2,500, assistant clerk $1,600, janitor $720; Post Offices and Post Roads-clerk $2,500, assistant clerk $1,400, `anitor, $1,000; Printing—c1erk $2,000, janitor $1,000; Public Buildings and Groundsclerk $2,500, assistant clerk $1,200, janitor $720; Public Landsclerk $2,000, assistant clerk $1,200, janitor $720; Reform in the Civil Service—clerk $2,000; Revision of the Laws-clerk $3,000, janitor $720; Rivers and Harbors-clerk $2,500, assistant clerk $1,800, janitor $1,000; Roads-clerk $2,000, janitor $720; Rulesclerk $2,000, assistant clerk $1,500, janitor $720; Territories-clerk $2,000, janitor $720; War Claims-clerk $2,500, assistant clerk $1,200, janitor $720; Wa5’s and Means——clerk $3,000, assistant clerk and stenographer $2,000, assistant clerk $1,900, janitors-one $1,000, one $720; in all, $l8l,570. t to Appropriations In the foregoing paragraph shall not be available c¤€l¥'il?ms°rili¤£j°$en¤ for the payment of any clerk or assistant clerk to a committee who °‘°“° °‘°°“g'°“ does not, after the termination of the Congress dmurig which he was appointed, perform his duties imder the direction of the Clerk of the House: Provided, That the foregoing shall not apply to the Committee Mi"- onJAccounts. d h E‘°°°u°°‘ anitors tm er the fore o' shall be a inted b the chairman, **“*“°”· respectively, of said comrgitlgges, and shaspgerform iinder the direv Appomming em tion of the Doorkeeper all of the duties heretofore required of