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FIETY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. CHS. 3544, 3546. 1906. 467 CHAP. 3544.-Au Act To authorize the village of Oslo, Marshall County, Minne- June 25. 1900 sota, to construct a bridge across the Red River of the North. G O. . Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the villa of Oslo, a Ng? F-im of ¤=¤ municipal corporation organized under the laws of the Stinte of Min- ond Minn., may nesota, its successors and assigns, be, and they are hereby, authorized b"°‘°· to construct, maintain, and operate a pontoon bridge and approaches thereto across the Red River of the North at a point in said village to a point opposite in the State of North Dakota, in accordance wit the Am, p. a4. rovisions of the Act entitled "An Act to re late the construction of bridges over navigable waters," approved lgrch twenty-third, nine- - teen undred and six. Sec. 2. That the right to alter, amend, or repeal this Act is hereby *'”°""“‘°“‘· expressly reserved. Approved, June 25, 1906. GBA?. 8548.-An Act Makin appropriations for the service of the Post-Otlice -T¤¤¤26.1906- Dlgpartment for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and seven, for other purposes. [Public, No. 297.] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives af the United States ofzlmeriea in. Congress assembled, That the followin sums be, Prlmhogwice W and they are hereby, appropriated for the service of the gost-Oilice ` Department, in conformit with the Act of July second, eighteen hun- V°1-*- IM 80- dred and thirty-six, as follbws: OFFICE OF THE R-GENERAL. Postxnaster-General. For advertising, three thousand five hundred dollars. ·*°“°’*¥“¤¤· Sammns or rosr-ormcn rssrncronsz For salaries of fifteen in- m'°***>'”°° *¤¤P•°*· spectors in charge of divisions, at three thousand dollars each; ten sumes inspectors, at two thousand four hundred dollars each; fifteen inspectors, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars each; fifteen inspectors, at two thousand dollars each; ten inspectors, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; one hundred and thirty inspectors, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; one hundred and ten inspectors, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; and seventy]-two inspectors, at * one thousand two hundred dollars each· in all, five undred and ninety- nine thousand one hundred and fifty dollars: Provided, That all per- {,‘{,°r';‘;°{,e,,"W m_ sons employed on the thirtieth day of June, nineteen hundred and six, pmnzenuenes made as superintendents of division, rural delivery, shall, on July first, nine- "°"°°°°”‘ teen undred and six, be appointed as post-oflice inspectors of the grade of one thousand eight hundred dollars per' year: And provided jim/rev-, That all persons employed on June thirtieth, nineteen hun- ,¤$L;s¤¤¤ ¤=·¤¤ dred and six, as rural agents s al , on July first, nineteen hundred and ` six, be appointed as post-office inspectors, except not to exceed one uml'- hundred and forty-seven of such agents shall be so appointed as postoffice inspectors. For per diem allowance of inspectors in the field while actually trav- PH dism- · cling on official business away from their home, their official domicile, and their head uarters, at a rate to be tixed by the Postmaster-General not to exceed (tour dollars per day, three hundred and fifty thousand dollars: Itravided, That the POSUDHSCGF-General may, in his discretion, mW_ allow inspectors per diem while temporarily located at any place on sum. business away from their home, or their designated domici e, for a period not exceeding twenty consecutive days at any one place, and make rules and regu ations governing the foregoing provisions relating to per diem: And pravz'ded further, That no {per diem shall be umn. paid to inspectors receiving annual salaries of two thousand dollars or more. ‘