FIFTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 301. 1894. 385 Craigs Brook (Maine) station: Superintendent, one thousand five C¤fs¤ Br<><>k.M<=- hundred dollars; foreman, seven hundred and twenty dollars; one laborer, at five hundred and forty dollars; in all, two thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars. Gloucester(Massachusetts) station: Custodian and fish culturist, nine Gl°¤°°¤m·M=¤¤· hundred dollars. Woods Holl (Massachusetts) station: Superintendent, one thousand W<¤»<1¤H<>l1.Mm. five hundred dollars; machinist, nine hundred and sixty dollars; fish culturist, nine hundred dollars; pilot and collector, seven hundred and twenty dollars; three firemen, at five hundred and forty dollars each; two laborers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; in all, six thousand seven hundred and eighty dollars. ‘ Battery Island (Maryland) station: Custodian, three hundred and Bmsry I¤¤¤¤•1·Mdsixty dollars. _ Bryaus Point (Maryland) station: Custodian, three hundred and B”Y“" P°*¤’·Mdsixty dollars. Wytheville (Virginia) station: Superintendent,_ one thousand two Wr¢¤¤v¤1¤-V¤- hundred dollars; foreman, nine hundred dollars; fish culturist, six hundred and sixty dollars; laborer, three hundred and sixty dollars; in all, three thousand one hundred and twenty dollars. _ _ Put-in Bay (Ohio) station: Superintendent, one thousand five hun- P“°“‘ B“’·°’“°· dred dollars; toremau, one thousand dollars; skilled laborer, six hundred dollars; machinist, nine hundred and sixty dollars; in all, four thousand and sixty dollars. Northville (Michigan) station: Superintendent, one thousand five N°*¤¤*¤l¤·¤¤¤¤· hundred dollars; foreman, nine hundred and sixty dollars; fish culturist, six hundred dollars; skilled laborer, four hundred and eighty dollars; three laborers, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; in all, four thousand nine hundred and eighty dollars. Alpena (Michigan) station: Foreman, one thousand two hundred Mr¤¤¤.Mi=¤- dollars; iish culturist, seven hundred and twenty dollars; in all, one thousand nine hundred and twenty dollars. Duluth (Minnesota) station: Superintendent, one thousand five hun- D“*¤°¤-M*¤¤· dred dollars; foreman, nine hundred dollars; machinist, eight hundred and forty dollars; two laborers, at six hundred dollars each; in all, four thousand tour hundred and forty dollars. Neosho (Missouri ) station z Superintendent, one thousand five hundred N°°¤b°· M°· dollars; foreman, seven hundred and twenty dollars; one laborer, at six hundred dollars; in all, two thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars. Leadville (Colorado) station : Superintendent, one thousand five !·¤¤<1vn¤¤.¤<>¤¤- hundred dollars; foreman, one thousand two hundred dollars; two rish culturists, at nine hundred dollars each; cook, four hundred and eighty dollars; in all, four thousand nine hundred and eighty dollars. Baird (California) and Fort Gaston (California) stations: Superin- m:·g_·{ ¤¤¤ I"¤** G"- tendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; foreman, one thousand and' eighty dollars; foreman, nine hundred dollars; in all, three thousand tour hundred and eighty dollars. Clackamas (Oregon) station: Superintendent. one thousand live Cl=¤¥¤¤·¤·°¤8· hundred dollars; one laborer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; one laborer, six hundred dollars; in all, two thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars. Division of lish culture-employees at large: Two field-station super- Division nf ¤•M¤1- intendents, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; two iish cul- ""°‘ tnrists, at nine hundred and sixty dollars each; two fish culturists, at nine hundred dollars each; dve machinists, at nine hundred and sixty ( dollars each ; one coxswain, at seven hundred and twenty dollars; one , coxswain, at five hundred and forty dollars; one clerk, four hundred g and eighty dollars; in all, thirteen thousand eight hundred and sixty ( o lars. ‘ Distribution employees: Three car captains, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; three ear messengers, at one thousand dollars each; two assistant car messengers, at nine hundred dollars each; one s·rlvr-vox. xxvm--25

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