Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 37 Part 1.djvu/165

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142 SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 182. 1912. sand four hundred dollars each, one at one thousand two hundred dollars, one at one thousand dollars, three at nme hundred dollars each; clerk and bank messenger, one thousand two hundred dollars; m , aix hrmdred dollars; m all, twenty-one thousand seven hun dollars. JSZSY ”"°m` For extra labor the preparation of tax-sale certificates and data, which the law requires office to furmsh the_recorder of deeds and gre grssgsspru with authority to employ typewriters and clerks, eight. un e dollars. ‘°°°u°°"°“°°' AUnr·r0n’s ormcn: Auditor, four thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; bookkeeper, one thousand eigllrltnhundred dollars; clerks—three at one thousand srx hundred do each, three at one thousand four hundred dollars each, one at one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars, three at one thousand two hundred dollars each, six at one thousand dollars each, one at nine hundred and thirty-six dollars, two at nine hundred dollars each, two at seven hundred and twenty dollars each · messenger, six hundred dollars; disbursing oflzlcer, three thousand dollars; deputy drsbursrng officer, one thousand six hundred dollars; clerks—one at one thousan two hundred dollars, two at one thousand dollars each, one at nine ` hundred dollars; messenfr, four hundred and e1%hty dollars; rn all, E · dm wm for·ty-one thousand nine undred and §fty-srx_dollars. ser. umu. Ormcn or conroxarron oormsm.: Corporation counsel, four thou— sand five hundred dollars; first assistant, two thousand five hundred dollars; second assistant, one thousandegght hundred dollars; third assistant, one thousand six hundred dollars; fourth assistant one thousand five hundred dollars; fifth assistant, one thousand Eve hundred dollars; stenographer, one thousand two hundred d0llarsstenographer, eight hundred and forty dollars; clerk, seven hundred Eng twenty dollars; in all, sixteen thousand one hundred and sixty o ars. S""‘"""“°T’"°°‘ Smxrr·zo—m:rNn orrrcn, mums oorrrnor. or jrrrn Tamsusnn or 00 , cm mn Urwrrnn Sums: One clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars. ’°”°" °°“ CORONER’S orrrcnz Coroner, one thousand eight hundred dollars; morgue master, seven hundred and twenty dollars· assistant morgue master and jamtor, four hundred and erghhy dollars; hostler and 'anitor, three hundred and sixty dollars; in a , three thousand three lrundred and sixty dollars. "“"°""""”·°‘”· Mamnrr Masrmcs: 'I‘wo market masters, at one thousand two hundred dollars each· assistant market masters, who shall also perform the necessarygabor in cleaning the markets, and one laborer or duty at Eastern arket, two thousand two hundred and eighty hwmmuk_L dogars; in alllgnfprrr thousand six §[un$ed and eighty dollars. ammrrs _ nocn Manxm: ar et master nine hundred dollars; assistant market master, who shall also riot as night watchman, ive hundred and forty dollars; watchman, four hundred and erghty dollars; laborer for sweeping B Street sidewalk used for market purposes and the wholesale market s uare, three hundred and sixty ollars; sweepin§ B Street used ger market purposes, four hundred and eighty dollars; hauling refuse (street swee mgs), sirxuhundred dollars; rn all, three thousand thr·ee hundred and) sixty I dollars. °°k°°‘ Easrznrc Mammr: Laborer for cleaning sidewalk and street where gsjldngrr market purposes (farmers’ market), two hundred and forty w°°°°mm"m` Wnsrnnu Maxam: Laborer for cleaning sidewalk and 'street X,llr:;edr(rsleggor market purposes (farmers’ market), two hundred and `

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upenntendent, two thousand five hundred dollars; asistant, one