Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 37 Part 1.djvu/963

From Wikisource
Jump to navigation Jump to search
This page needs to be proofread.


940 SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sus. IH. Ch. 150. 1913. ¥•¤*¤•¤¤• **1** For fuel t wer, repau·s' , laund , mechanics and labor not to °°°' exceed $3,5gg?1ahg()miscellaneous su , $20,000. M•••¢'·¤¤¤·- Assr.ss0n’s onion: $8, ; two assmtant assessors, at $2,000 each;fclerksT;<{’1?;r4i0mcluding one m arrears division, ai; $1,400 , our, a , seven including one in charge_0 records, at $1,000 each, two at $900 each; draftsman, $1,200; assistant orclerk,$900; lieanseelerk, $1,200; mspectoroflicenses, $1,200; amistant impector of licenses, $1,000; mesengers——one $600, one $450; three assktant aamors, at $3,000 each; clerk to board of assistant assessors, $1,500; mmenger and driver, for board of assbtant assessors, $600; two clerks, at $720 each; temporary clerk hire, $500; record clerk $1,500; in all, $47,790. summa. Exorsn $2,000; clerks—one $1,200,one $1,000; r•••.p.•n. mesenger, $600; m . rnmnaxsura. Pnnsosar. ·rax noann: 'l‘wo amistant ameesors of personal taxes, at $3,000 each; appraiser of personal property, $1,800; clerk, $1,400; asistant clerk, $1,000; three inspectors, at $1,200 each; extra clerk hire, $2,000; in all, $15,800. ¤¤l·¤¤·'•¤¤·· Cou.z¤·ron’s orrmn: Collector, $4,000; deputy collector, $2,000; cashier, $1,800; amistant ealuer, $1,500; $1,600; clerks--three at $1,400 each, one $1,200, one $1,000, at $900 ggeihgoglerk and bank memengar, $1,200; messenger, $600; in all, 1·¤•i•¤ua¤¤, Flor extra laborin the reparat1o° n of tax-aale certificates and data '*'· whichthelawraquiratlgsoicetofumkhdnemmrdsrofdeedsmd the assxor, with authorit to employ txwnters and clerks, $800. A¤¤¤¤'* ¤¤¤•· AUm‘r0n's ornol: Audlitor, $4,000; °ef clerk, $2,250; bookkeeper, $1,800; accoimtant, $1,500; clerks—three at $1,600 each, three at $1,400 each, one $1,350, four at $1,200 each, live at $1,000 each, one $936, two at $900 each, two at $720 each; messenger, $600; dkbursing officer, $3,000; deputy disbursing omear, $1,600; clerksone $1,200, two at $1,000 each, one $900; messenger, $480; in all, $43,656. _ organ-: ¤•¤¤· . Drmcn-or conromrrrox ootmstnz Corporation counsel, $4,500; "°" Erst assistant, $2,500; second assistant, $1,800; third assistant, $1,600; fourth assistant, $1,500; fifth existant, $1,500; sten0g— ra hers, one $1,200, one $840; clerk, $720; in all, $16,160. amuse-r¤¤¤•¤¤•· gmxmwrown onion mmm: oorrrnor. or rn Tnxasvua or rn Uurmn Suns: Clerk, $1,600. ¤•¤¤·»¤a•. Conomuis omon: Coroner, $1,800; morgue master, $720; asshntant morgue master and janitor, $600; hustler and janitor, $480; in all, $3,600. i¤¤·¤¤•¤¤•¤¤n.•¤· Mammr insrnns: 'hvo market masters, $1,200 each; assistant market masters, who shall also perform the pecemary labor in cleaning Jalhezirxarkets, and one laborer for duty at Eastern Market, $2,280; in , ,680.

  • ’*°*’*”*'***¤’*· Fuumns’ Pnonuoz Manxrr: Market master, $900; assistant

market master, who shall also act as night watchman, $600; watchmm, $600; laborer for sweepia;5 B Street sidewalk, used for market gmgoses, and the f8·l'ID.8lS, p uce market s uare, $360; sweeping treet, used for market purposes, $480; refuse (street sweeping), $600; m all, $3,540. smumuaaaatnu. For e erection of shelters on the 0 space at the intersection of Ohio and louisiana Avenues with Eleliith and Twelfth Streets, boundeinlg Tenth and Twelfth and B and LittleB Streets Northwest, known _ designated as the farmers’ produce market, and the necessary paving in connection therewith, $32,000; and the limitation ef ¢¤¤¤•¤·¤•¤· 10 cents per day for each space at the above-mentioned market con- V¤L •*·P· U- tamed m the Act of June twentyjeeyemth, nineteen hundred and six, ia hereby revoked, and the Commissioners of the District of Columbia