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SIXTY~SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 389. 1912. 543 Assistant cashiers, assistant superintendents of delive assistant ·**$*·•°°- superintendents of mails, assistant superintendents of rriiiiie order assistant superintendents registry assistant su§r1.n` temients of stations, bookkeepgrs, cashiers, chief cler chief stamp clerks, special cler , exammsrs of stations, ance clerks, foremen of crsws, stenographers, superintendents of carriers, superintendents of delivery, superintendents of mails, superintendents of money order, superintendents of registry, superintendents of second-class matter, and superintendents o stations, five hundred and sixty, at not exceeding one thousand four hnrndred dollars each; Ass1stant cashiers, assistant superintendents of delivery, assistant ““·’°°‘ superintendents of money order, assistant superintendents of mails, assistant superintendents of registry, assistant su tendents of stations, bookkeepers, cashiers, chief mailing cler§, chief stam clerks, exammers of stations, finance clerks, foremen of crews, speci5 clerks, stenographers, superintendents of carriers, superintendents of delivery, superintendents of mails, superintendents of money order, supermtendents of registry, superintendents of second-class matter, and superintendents of stations, one thousand five hundred and four, at not exceedingd one thousand three hundred dollars each; Assistant cashiers, assistant superintendents of delivery, assistant "”·’°°* superintendents of mails, assistant superintendents of monsy order ‘ assistant superintendents of registry, assistant superinten ents of stations, bookkeepers, chief stamp clerks, clerks, finance clerks, foremen of crews, stenographers, superintendents of carriers, superintendents of second-class matter, and superintendents of stations, sixteen thousand four hundred and seventy-nine, at not exceeding one thousand two hundred dollars each; _ Assistant superintendents of stations, clerks, stenographers, super- *°°’"°‘ mtendents of carriers, superintendents of second-class matter, and superintendents of stations, six thousand seven hundred and forty, at not exceeding one thousand one hundred dollars each; Assistant superintendents of stations, clerks, clerks in charge of “"·°°°· stations, stendigraphers, superintendents of carriers, and superintendents of secon ·class matter, three thousand, at not exceeding one thousand dollars each; Clerks, clerks in charge of stations, and stenographers, two thousand ‘“ ”°°‘ five hundred, at not exceeding nine hundred dollars each; A mo Clerks, and clerks in charge of stations, two thousand six hundred ° ' and thirty, at not exceeding eight hundred dollars each; M mm Clerks, and clerks in charge of stations, one thousand five hundred, at not exceeding six hundred dollars each; _ suhmm Substitutes for clerks and employees absent without pay; mmm pw And to provide for the romotion of seventy-five per cent of the vrueirsr. clerks in first class t ogces from the fifth to the sixth grade and for the promotion ofiggventy-five gr cent of the clerks in second class oflices rom the fourth to thd fif glrade; _ In all thirty-seven million eig t hundred and seventy? PMN thousand dollars: Promlled, That hereafter post offices of the t msggpy aexxmyrs and second classes shall not be open on Sundays for the purpose of deliverinimail to the general public, but this provision shall not prevent the prompt delivery of special dehyery mail. _ mum ,m,m_ For compensation to rinters, mechanics, and skilled laborers; here ten, at one thousand two liiundred dollars each; four-, at one thousan one hundred dollars each· three at one thousand dollars each; and twenty-eight, at nine hundred dollars each; m all, forty-four thousand six dollars- Watchme¤.me¤¤· For compensation to watchmen, messengers, and laborers, one renew. hundred and fifty at eight hundred and forty dollars each; seven hundred, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; and srx hundred,