Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 37 Part 1.djvu/813

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 for in   ’Act, excqi? those employtdszm mints and assay offices,

unlpzail specially stgled, shall be as follows: Fo; telephoneswi operators is t messengers, firemen, an wa en, at the rate of $720 pei- isnum each; for laborers, at the rate of $660 per annum each; asshtant telephone-switchboard o tors, at the ratehlof $600 each, and for oharwomen, at the rate of $:-0 per annum sac

 Sec. 3. That the appropriations herein made for the officers, clerks,

v•¤¤¤· and tpenons employ in the public service shall not be available {*:3 e compenspztirfon of any cpersons incapacitated otherwise than poran or orm su service.

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it Ast approved Axfust twenty-sixth, nineteen hundred and twelve, Lump mm mm rs amended to re as follows: _ _ ,,c,¤,,,,._ Sec. 7. That no part of an money contained herein or hereafter HL•.g_*{{,°}*r<;,¤_L°¤ •·*•· appropriated in lump sum shag be available for the ayment of personal services at a rate of compensation in excess of strat paid for the same or srmilugagrvzces dunplgcthe fiscal year; n<}r shall any ¤ mp P a a spec ercafte t rred d hgrrzzfter par! from a lump-sum appropriation a ratio oiacgsmhematdgn greater than such specrfic salary, and the heads of de attments shall mw- cause this provision to be enforced: Provided That section shall agplloabls to t' l to h c . . Y _ mccustgmhm, cs no app y mec amcs, artrsans, their helpers and assrstants, laborers, ’° or other employees whose dptres are of similar character and requ _ m cargméoon the various manufacturing or constructing hn operations of e vernment. ,0,,,,,, Ugg;}. 5. That all laws or parts of laws inconsistent with this Act Approved, March 4, 1913.