Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 37 Part 1.djvu/564

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SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 389. 1912. 541 For travel and miscellaneous expenses in the tal service office '¤‘*'°l··°<=· of It_he Pqstglgastg General, time thousand dollars.P0s ’ mm L. -°!'P¤¤ » m ,811 WTB ar editionof the]? MBE], “" “‘d Iiaws and Regulations, such editildiintgo be prepared nmder the ,¤,m°”=:l°*°·· ¤¤* tron of the Postmaster General and printed at the Government Printing Office and to consist of one hundred and ten thousand copies, five thousand of which shall be retained by the Public Printer for sale to individuals at the cost thereof and ten per centum added, the proceeds of such sales to be dplposited in the Treasury as provided y law, fifgdive thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary: romded, notpart of this a propriation shall be used ;`i•a°?i°°éiro¤. for the purpose of compiling e above publication. orrrcn or rm: rmsr ass1s·raN·r rosruasrnn ommnan. m}'},;F§gg'ffg'i'?“*· For compensation to postmasters, thirty million dollars. *’°°°"‘“°"'· For compensation to assistant postmasters at first and second m·';"*°°'·“° P°’“°“‘ class post offices, five, at not exceedingnfour thousand dollars each; ‘ thirty-eight, at not exceeding three usand dollars each; six, at not exceeding two thousand five hundred dollars each; six at not exceedmf two thousand dollars each; sixteen, at not one thousan nine hundred dollars each; forty, at not exceeding one thousand eight hundred dollars each; eighty-one, at not exceeding one thousand seven hundred dollars each; one hundred and thirty- one, at not exceeding one thousand six hundred dollars each; one hundred and fifty-five, at not exceeding one thousand five hundred dollars each; one hundred and forty-one, at not exceeding one thousand four hundred dollars each; three hundred and forty-one, at not exceeding one thousand three hundred dollars each· five hundred and twentyexifht, at not exceeding one thousand two hundred dollars eac ; our hundred and eighty, at not exceeding one thousand one hundred dollars each· one hundred and seventy- six, at not exceeding one thousand dollars each; one hundred and thirty-tive, at not exceeding nine hundred dollars each· one hundred and twenty—£ve, at not exceeding eight hundred dollars each; and one hundred, at not exceedinglseven hundred dollars each; in all, ,,§¥K,‘{{,‘;f"°°‘· °‘°·· three million dollars. And the appomtment and assignment. of assistant postmasters hereunder sh be so made the fiscal year as not to involve a greater aggregate expenditure than this sum. For- compensation to clerks and employees at first and second ,,§,‘§,‘}_‘§§c‘§‘°“°°“"· class post offices: _ _ _ Superintendents of delivery, superintendents of mails, superm- "”·’°° tendents of money order, and superintendents of registry, twenty, at not exceeding three thousand two hundred dollars each; Auditors, an superintendents of mails, seven, at not exceeding “”·°°°· three thousand dollars each; _ _ _ Assistant superintendents of mails, supermtendents of dehvery *‘*'·"°°· and su rintendents of mails, fifteen, at not exceeding two thousand seven liiindred dollars each; _ _ _ Assistant superintendents of mails cashiers, superintendents of ·*‘*'~°°°· delivery, and superintendents of mails, eighteen, at not exceeding two thousand six hundred dollars each; _ _ Assistant superintendents of mails, cashiers, srgwrmtendents of ”*'*~°"°- delivery, superintendents of mails, and supermten ents of stations, twenty-one, at not exceeding two thousand five hundred dollars each; Assistant superintendents of delivery, assistant superintendents Am-M. of mails, assistant superintendents of money order, sss1stant superlntendents of registry, bookkeegers, cashiers, finance clerks, sten~ cgraphers, superintendents of elivery, superintendents of mails.