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Chief of division (Rural Carrier Examining Board).

Law clerk
Clerks of class 4, at $1,800 each
Clerks of class 1, at $1,200 each
Clerks, at $840 each
Clerk
Clerk

Field Force
Clerks, at $800 each...
Clerks, at $600 each...
Chief of Board of Examiners of Rural Carriers...

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(Rural Carrier

Examining
Rural agent for Rural Carrier Examining Board.

Board.

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Total, Civil Service Commission ...

27

22, 960.00 20

24, 970.00

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DEPARTMENT OF STATE.
Assistant Solicitor....
Clerk to the Secretary of State
Clerk of class 4..
Clerk of class 3..
Clerks of class 2, at $1,400 each
Clerks of class 1, at $1,200 each
Clerks, at $1,000 each
Clerks, at $900 each
Messenger.
Assistant messengers, at $720 each
Messenger boy..
Telephone switch-board operator..

For temporary typewriters and stenographers, the appropriation

of $2,000 for 1906 is omitted for 1907-a reduction of $2,000 ..
Total, Department of State, specific....

3,000.00 2, 250.00 1, 800, 00 1,600.00 7,000.00 4,800.00 2,000.00 1, 800.00

840.00
4, 320.00

420.00
720.00

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1

26

30, 550.00

TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY.
Examiner
Clerk of class 3 (Division of Revenue-Cutter Service)
Clerk of class 4 (in former Miscellaneous Division)

Assistant draftsman (Office of Chief Clerk and Superintendent).
Chief of division.
Assistant chief of division

Miscellaneous Division

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Total, Office of the Secretary...

3

5, 400.00

3

5, 700.00

OFFICE OF THE SUPERVISING ARCHITECT.

For the services of skilled draftsmen, civil engineers, computers,

accountants, assistants to the photographer, copyists, and such other services as the Secretary of the Treasury may deem necessary and specially order, to be employed in the Office of the Supervising Architect exclusively to carry into effect the various appropriations for public buildings, to be paid for from and equitably charged against such appropriations, the amount is increased from $225,000 for 1906, to $250,000 for 1907-an increase of $25,000 (see pp. 180, 357)..... The following, authorized and being paid from the appropriations

for construction of public buildings, are specifically appropriated for in the Office of the Supervising Architect for the fiscal year 1907, namely: 1 assistant to Supervising Architect..

$3,250 1 superintendent of drafting and constructing division. 3,000 1 superintendent of computing division..

2,750 1 chief of law and records division ..

2, 750

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1 chief of accounts division
1 chief of inspection division..
1 chief mechanical and electrical engineer
5 clerks of class 4, at $1,800 each..
6 clerks of class 3, at $1,600 each..
3 clerks of class 2, at $1,400 each..
2 clerks of class 1, at $1,200 each.
1 contract clerk
1 foreman duplicating gallery
4 technical clerks, who shall also beskilled stenographers

and typewriters, at $1,800 each.
4 inspectors, at $2,190 each
1 inspector
7 messengers, at $840 each
2 laborers, at $660 each.

$2,500
2,500
2, 750
9,000
9,600
4, 200
2, 400
2,000
1, 800

7, 200 8, 760 1, 800 5, 880 1, 320

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Chief of division

Clerk of class 4, and additional of $200 to a clerk of class 4 des

ignated as assistant chief of assorting and checking division..

2,000.00

Total, Office of Auditor for the Post-Office Department

1

2,000.00

1

2,000.00

OFFICE OF THE TREASURER.

Expert counters, at $720 each.
Messenger boys, at $360 each
Charwomen, at $240 each.
Pressme'ı, at $1,400 each.
Separators, at $660 each
Feeders, at $660 each...

2
2
16
3

5, 760.00 1, 440.00

480.00 2, 800.00 10, 560.00 1, 980.00

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OFFICE OF THE TREASURER- --continued.
Expert counters, at $1,000 each.
Expert counters, at $900 each..To be reimbursed by the national
Expert counters, at $800 each.. banks.
Charwoman
Clerks, at $1,000 each (to be reimbursed by the national banks)...

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BUREAU OF ENGRAVING AND PRINTING.
The following, authorized and being paid from appropriations for

engraving and printing, are specifically appropriated for in the
Bureau of Engraving and Printing for the fiscal year 1907,
namely:
i disbursing agent.

$2, 100
1 storekeeper

1, 600 1 assistant storekeeper.

1,000 1 clerk in charge of purchases and supplies.

2,000 2 clerks of class 3, at $1,600 each

3, 200 9 clerks of class 2, at $1,400 each

12, 600 5 clerks of class 1, at $1,200 each

6,000 6 clerks, at $1,000 each.

6,000 10 clerks, at $900 each..

9,000 4 clerks, at $840 each..

3, 360 5 clerks, at $780 each..

3, 900 9 attendants, at $600 each.

5, 400 1 helper..

900 3 helpers, at $720 each.

2, 160 2 helpers, at $600 each..

1, 200 3 messengers, at $840 each.

2, 520 4 assistant messengers, at $720 each..

2, 880 1 captain of the watch.

1, 100 2 lieutenants of the watch, at $900 each.

1, 800 46 watchmen, at $720 each...

33, 120 2 forewomen of charwomen, at $540 each

1,080 19 day charwomen, at $400 each..

7,600 52 morning and evening charwomen, at $300 each. 15, 600 1 foreman of laborers.

900 4 laborers, at $660 each.

2, 640 65 laborers, at $540 each.

35, 100

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COLLECTING INTERNAL REVENUE.
The Commissioner of Internal Revenue is authorized to assign at

each winery where wines are to be fortified such number of
gaugers or storekeeper gaugers, in the capacity of gaugers, for
special duties as may be necessary for the proper supervision of
the making and fortifying of such wines, and the compensation
of such officers shall not exceed $5 per diem while so assigned,
together with their actual and necessary traveling expenses, and
also a reasonable allowance for their board bills, to be fixeil by
the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, but not to exceed $2 per

day for said board bills (act, June 7, 1906, p. 455).. For the employment of such additional force of chemists, internal

revenue agents, inspectors, deputy collectors, clerks, laborers, and other assistants as the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, with the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury, may deem proper and necessary to the prompt and efficient operation and enforcement of the act for the withdrawal from bond, tax free, of domestic alcohol when rendered unfit for beverage or liquid medicinal uses by mixture with suitable denaturing materials, and for the purchase of locks, seals, weighing beams, gauging instruments, and for all necessary expenses incident to the proper execution of said act, there is appropriated the sum of $250,000

(act, June 7, 1906, p. 457). A deputy collector of internal revenue is authorized to be appointed

and stationed at San Juan, P. R., with compensation to be fixed as in the case of other deputy collectors of internal revenue (act, June 29, 1906, p. 458).

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MINTS AND ASSAY OFFICES.

MINT AT DENVER, COLO.

For wages of workmen and adjusters and for other clerks and em

ployees, the appropriation is increased from $115,000 for 1906, to $150,000 for 1907—an increase of $35,000...

MINT AT PHILADELPHIA, PA.

For wages of workmen and adjusters and for other clerks and

employees, the appropriation is reduced from $450,000 for 1906, to $400,000 for 1907-a reduction of $50,000..

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For wages of workinen, messengers, and for other clerks and em

ployees, the appropriation is increased from $30,000 for 1906, to $35,000 for 1907-an increase of $5,000....

ASSAY OFFICE AT SEATTLE, WASH.

For wages of workmen and for other clerks and employees, the

appropriation is increased from $27,720 for '1906, to $28,920 for 1907-an increase of $1,200

GOVERNMENT IN THE TERRITORIES.

ALASKA.

Delegate in the House of Representatives, from Alaska (act, May 7,

1906, p. 604).....

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SIGNAL OFFICE.

For the services of skilled draftsmen and such other services as the

Secretary of War may deem necessary to be employed only in the Signal Office to carry into effect the various appropriations for fortifications and other works of defense, to be paid from such appropriations, in addition to the employees appropriated for in the Signal Office, there is authorized to be expended during the fiscal year 1907 the sum of $25,000—an increase of $25,000...

OFFICE OF THE QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL. The following, authorized and being paid from the appropriations

for the Army, are specifically appropriated for in the Office of the Quartermaster-General for the fiscal year 1907, namely: 2 clerks of class 3, at $1,600 each

$3,200 3 clerks of class 2, at $1,400 each

4, 200 3 clerks of class 1, at $1,200 each

3, 600 1 advisory architect .

4,000 1 supervising engineer.

2,500 1 structural engineer architect and draftsman

1,800 1 civil engineer

1, 800 1 sanitary and heating engineer . 1 architectural and structural draftsman

1,800

1,800 5 architectural and structural draftsmen, at $1,600 each 8,000 1 topographical and mechanical draftsman.

1,600 3 topographical draftsmen, at $1,400 each. 1 writer of specifications and computer

4, 200 1 assistant architect and draftsman

1, 200 1,000

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