Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 37 Part 1.djvu/166

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srxrrsnoosn oosennss. sm. rr. cs. 182. rm. 143 thousand two hundred dollars; clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; assistant, nine hundred dollars; laborer, fourhundred and eighty dollars; rn all, six thousand two hundred and eighty dollars. _ For the purchase of small quantities of groceries, meats, and pro- *°*‘ *¤· visions, an so forth, m connection with the investigation and detec— °` tron of sales of short weight and measure, ffty dollars. Exomnnn Coumssrounris orrrcn: Engineer of highways, three .r¤1i.'Z'}‘¥$`¤¥¤e?°mmi” thousand dollirs; engineer of bridges, two thousand two hundred ,mE§,‘§,§:°{{g““”"“‘ and fifty dollars; superintendent o streets, two thousand dollars; ` superintendent of su urban roads, two thousand dollars; superintendent of sewers, three thousand three hundred dollars; inspector of as halts and cements, two thousand four hundred dollars (Pro- ruspeewr, ended, That the inspector of asphalts and cements shall not receive ’“‘ °“°"‘ or accept compensation of any ldnd from, or perform an work or render any services of a character required of him officiahy by the District of Columbia to, any person, firm, corporation, or municipality other than the District of Columbia); assistant inspector of asphalts and cements, one thousand five hundred dollars; superintendent of trees and par wo thousand dollars; assistant su erintendent of trees and par , one thousand two hundred dollPars;‘er$“l'°‘”°°°‘*"”“ assistant engineers——one at two thousand two hundred dollars, one at two thousand one hundred dollars, four at one thousand eight hundred dollars each, two at one thousand sixhundred dollars each four at one thousand five hundred dollars each, one at one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars, one at one thousand two hundred dollars; transitmen—two at one thousand two hundred dollars each, one at one thousand and fifty dollars· rodmen—four at nine hundred dollars each, eight at seven hundred and eighty dollars each; twelve chainmen, at six hundred and fifty dollars each; draftsmen—one at one thousand five hundred dollars, one at one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars, two at one thousand two hundred dollars each, one at one thousand and fifty dollars; general inspector !¤¤P°°*°¤· °*°· of sewers, one thousand three hrmdred dollars; inspector of sewers, one thousand two hundred dollars; bridge insdpector, one thousand two hundred dollars; inspectors—two at one ousand five hundred dollars each, six, including three inspectors of streets, at one thousand two hundred dollars each, one at one thousand dollars, one at nine hundred dollars; foremen-twelve at one thousand two hundred dollars each, one at one thousand and fifty dollars, ten at nine hundred dollars each; foreman, Rock Creek Park, one thousand two hundred dollars; three subforemen, at one thousand and fifty dollars each; brid9·ekeepers-·one at six hundred and fifty dollars, three at six °l¢*¥¤•¤*¢· hundred dollars each; chief clerk, two thousand two hundredand fifty dollars; permit clerk, one thousand five hundred dollars; assistant permit clerk, one thousand dollars; index clerk and typewriter, nme hundred dollars; clerks—one nt one thousand eight hundred dollars, three at one thousand five hundred dollars each, two at one thousand four hundred dollars each, five at one thousand two hundred dollars each, two at one thousand dollars each, one at nine hundred dollars, one at eight hundred and forty dollars, two at seven hundred and fiftgr dollars each, one at six undred dollars; messengers—one at six undred dollars, six at five hundred and forty dollars each; skilled laborers——one at six hundred and twenty-five dollars, two at six hundred dollars each; janitor, seven hundred and twenty dollars; principal steam engineer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; three steam engineers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; three assistant steam engineers, at one thousand and fifty dollars each; six oilers, at six hun red dollars each; six firemen, at eight hundred and seventy-five dollars each; inspector, one thousand four hundred dollars; storekeeper, nine hundred dollars;