SIXTY-FIRST 00NGREss. sm. III. cs. 2:+.7. 1911. 1197 not to exceed five hundred dollars, and reasonable expenses for not ` exceeding sixty days immediately following the injury of field officers or employees m the internal—revenue service while in line of duty, of medrcal attendance, surgeon’s and hospital bills made necessary by reason of such injury, and for horses crip led or killed while being used by officers m making raids, not exceergng one hundred and fifty gogars for any horse so crippled or killed, one hundred thousand o ars. · For expenses of collecting the co oration tax authorized b the °,f“°°“°¤ °°'P°“* Act approved August fifth, nineteenrllrundred and nine, "to przvide uhuzfi. ua revenue, etquahze duties, and encourage the industries of the United "‘°" "‘u°°‘ Stites, ain for other dpurposesgu (ine hundrpld thoussind dollars: th _ or c , in exing, e ing , an ro r caring for e °“’°~,°m*°·¤·°* °°'P° returns of corzporations required y seclionpothlrrty-eight of an m2il¢. P- 11: Act entitled An ‘ Act to provide revenue, equalize duties, and eheourage the industries of the United States, and for other urposes," approved August fifth, nineteen hundred and nine, incllrdrng the employment m the District of Columbia of such clerical and other personal services and for rent of such uarters as may be necessary, twenty-five thousand dollars: Provided, That any and all suchre- $""°·g,,;,,,,,, 0, ,,,_ turns shall be open to inspection onlgeupon the orderof the Presi— ¤r>¤¤¤¤¤- · dent, under rules and regulations to prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury and approved by the President. mnnrnxnnxr rnnasnnr. u$j¤¤v¤¤d¤¤¤ '1‘¤» Bnron or xssrsmurr museum xr Baurnrozan: Assistant treas- ,,,§,,'§_F’°"""'“"“°"’ urer, four thousand ive hundred dollars; cashier, two thousand five B·l¤¤¤¤¤ hundred dollars; three clerks, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; two clerks, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; four clerks, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; bookkeeper and three clerks, at one thousand two hrmdred dollars each; five clerks, at one thousand dollars each; messenger, at eight hundred and forty dollars; three watchmen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; in all, thirty-four thousand dollars. Orrrcn or xssrsrmr mnasonaa ar B0s·roN: Assistant treasurer, ’°"°“· five thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; paying teller two thousand five hundred dollars; receiving teller, two thousand dollars; assistant paying teller, two thousand two hundred dollars; vault clerk, two thousan dollars; assistant receiving teller, one thousand seven hundred dollars; two bookkeepers, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; two specie clerks, at one thousand six hundred and fifty dollars each; money clerk, one thousand five hundred dollars; redemption clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars; clerk, one thousand four hundred dollars; three clerks, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; clerk one thousand one hundred dollars; seven clerks, at one thousand dollars each; clerk, eight hundred dollars; messenger and chief watchman, one thousand and sixty dollars; stenographer and typewriter, one thousand dollars; three p watchmen and janitors, at eight hundred and fifty dollars each; in all, forty-six thousand and ten dollars. _ Orrvrcn or Assrsrsxr rrmasrramn AT Cmoaooz Assistant treasurer, °"*°"¥°· five thousand dollars; cashier, three thousand dollars; vault clerk, two thousand dollars; paying teller, two thousand dollars; asserting teller, one thousand eight hundred dollars; silver and redemption teller, change teller, and receiving teller, at two thousand dollars each; clerk, one thousand six hundre dollars; bookkereper, one thousand eight hundred dollars; two bookkeepers, at one ousand five hundred dollars each; assistant paying teller, one thousand six hundred dollars; chief coin, coupon, and currency clerk, one thousand seven
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