Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 28.djvu/806

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FIFTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 177. 1895. 777 Six clerks of class three, and six clerks of class two; in all, eighteen thousand dollars. Omvron or Armrron non STATE Arm orrmn Dnrxnrmnurs; For StQf¤¤¤g{D4¤¤{,*y_;jg Auditor, four thousand dollars; Deputy Auditor, two thousand five mud. " hundred dollars; one law clerk, two thousand dollars; three chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; ten clerks of class four; eleven clerks of class three; ten clerks of class two; six clerks of class one; five clerks, at one thousand dollars each; four clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; two copyists; one messenger; and three laborers; in all, ` eighty~four thousand nve hundred and twenty dollars. The law clerks in the- office of the Comptroller of the,Treasury, and Mw, ¤!¤rk¤ to 1>•r· in the offices of the Auditors of the Treasury, shall perform such clerical mm ° °”°°l dum duties as the heads of their respective oiilces may require of them. Orman on Aunrron non Posr-Onion DnrAu·rm;n1~zr: For Audi- P0g¤g;;fA1gMwrf2¤ tor, four thousand dollars; DeputyAuditor, two thousand five hundred mgiit. °° °P°" ` dollars; chief clerk, two thousand dollars; seven chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; thirteen clerks of class four; additional to one clerk as disbursingclerk, two hundred dollars; fifty-nine clerks of class three; seventy-two clerks of class two; eighty-six clerks of class one; sixtyeight clerks, at one thousand dollars each; sixteen clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; one skilled laborer, one thousand dollars; twenty money-order assorters, at nine hundred dollars each; thirty money-order assorters, at eight hundred and forty dollars each; twenty-three money-order assorters, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; two 'niessengers; twelve assistant messengers; twenty-three male laborers, at six hundred and sixty dollars each; three female laborers, at six hundred and sixty dollars each; and ten charwomen; in all, five hundred and seventeen thousand ive hundred and forty dollars. For additional force for bringing up work of asserting and checking Adiiféglml f¤¤=¤ ¤¤ money orders, one year or more in arrears, and for increased business, "‘°°°y° °"` namely: For live clerks of class four; Eve clerks of class three; five clerks of class two; eight clerks of class one; twelve clerks, at one thousand dollars each; and five clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; in all, fifty thousand one hundred dollars. Hereafter in case of the absence or sickness of any deputy auditor A¤¤i¤z•1¤p¤¤y•¤¤1i- of the Treasury Department, the Secretary of the Treasury may, by an *°"‘ appointment under his hand and official seal, delegate to any officer, not below the grade of a fourth-class clerk, in the office of said auditor, the authority to perform the duties of deputy auditor until such absence or sickness shall cease. . Ormcn or run Tniusunnnz For Treasurer of the United States, T¤¤•¤¤¤•*’¤¤¤¤•· six thousand dollars; assistant treasurer, three thousand six hundred dollars; cashier, three thousand six hundred dollars; assistant cashier, three thousand two hundred dollars; chief clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; five chiefs of division, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; one vault clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; one principal bookkeeper, two thousand five hundred dollars; one assistant bookkeeper, two thousand one hundred dollars; two tellers, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; two assistant tellers, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars each; one·clerk for the Treasurer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; twenty-five clerks of class four; seventeen clerks of class three; thirteen clerks of class two; one coin clerk, at one thousand tour hundred dollars; twenty clerks of class one; nine clerks, at one thousand dollars each; forty-seven clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; nine clerks, at seven hundred dollars each; one mail messenger, eight hundred and forty dollars; six messengers; six assistant messengers; twenty-three laborers; seven charwomen; three pressmen, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; one compositor and pressman, at three dollars and twenty cents per day; eight separators, at six hundred and sixty dollars each; seven feeders, at six