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41 Stat. Ch.214 Pg. 654 No Treasury

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Citation: 41 Stat. 1914-1921Content downloaded/printed fromHeinOnline (http://heinonline.org)Wed Jun 3 18:28:32 2009-- Your use of this HeinOnline PDF indicates your acceptanceof HeinOnline's Terms and Conditions of the licenseagreement available at http://heinonline.org/HOL/License-- The search text of this PDF is generated fromuncorrected OCR text.
 
SIXTY-SIXTH
CONGRESS.
SESS.
II.
CHS.
213,214.
1920.
631
benefits
hereof
shall make
the
required
payments
andperform
such
other
acts
as
may
be
requiredwithin
thetime
fixed
in
the
regulations,otherwiseany
right
or
advantage
claimed
under
this
Act
shall
be
forfeited.
Approved,
May
29,
1920.
May
29, 1920.
CHAP.
214.-An
Act
Making
appropriations
for
the
legislative,
executive,and
[H.
R.
14100.]
judicial
expenses
of
the
Government
for
the
fiscal
year
ending
June
30,
1921,
and
for
[Public,
No.
231.]
other
purposes.
Be
it
enacted
bythe
Senate
and
House
of
Representatives
of
the
United
Legislative
execu-tive,
and
judicialap-
States
of
America
in
Congress
assembled,
Thatthe
following
sumsare
propriations.
appropriated,
out
of
any
money
in
the
Treasury
not
otherwiseappro-
priated,
in
full
compensationfor
the
service
of
the
fiscal
year
ending
June
30,
1921,
namely:
LEGISLATIVE.
SENATE.
Legislative.
Senate.
For
compensation
of
Senators,
$720,000.
Pay
of
Senators.
For
mileage
of
Senators,
$51,000.
Mleage.
For
compensation
of
officers,
clerks,messengers,
andothers:
Officers,
clerks,etc.
OFFICE
OF
THE
VICEPRESIDENT:
Secretarytothe
Vice
Presi-
office.
dent,
$4,000;
clerk,
$1,600;
telegraph
operator,
$1,500;
page,
$600;
in
all,
$7,700.
CIIAPLAIN:
For
Chaplain,
$1,200.
chaplain.
Secretary
of
the
Sen-
OFFICE
OF
SECRETARY:
Secretary
of
the
Senate,including
com-
ate,
astat,
clerks,
pensation
as disbursing
officer
of
salaries
of
Senators and
of
contin-
etc.
gent
fund
of
the
Senate,
$6,500;
assistant
secretary,
Henry
M.
Rose,
$5,000;chief
clerk,
$3,250;
assistant
financialclerk,
$3,250;
minute
and
Journal
clerk,
principal
clerk,
librarian,
enrollingclerk,
and
print-
ingclerk,
at
$3,000
each;
reading
clerk,
$4,000;
financialclerk,
$4,000;
executive
clerk,
$2,750;
file
clerk,
chief
bookkeeper,
andassistant
Journal
clerk,
at
$2,500
each;
firstassistant
librarian,
and
keeper
of
stationery,
at
$2,400
each;
assistant
librarian,
$1,800;
skilled
laborer,
$1,200;
clerks-three
at
$2,500
each,
four
at
$2,220
each,
two
at
$2,100
each,
one
$1,800,
two
at
$1,600
each,one
$1,440;
assistant
keeper
of
stationery,
$2,000;
assistant
in
stationery
room,
$1,200;
messenger
in
thelibrary,
$1,000;
messenger,
$1,440;
assistant
messenger,
$1,200;
laborers-three
at
$840
each,two
at
$720
each,
one
instationery
room
$720;
in
all,
$97,590.
Document
room.
DOCUMENT
RooM:
Superintendent,
George
H.
Boyd,
$3,500;
first
Superintendent,
etc
assistant,
John
W.
Lambert,
$2,500;
assistants-one
$2,250,one
$1,440;
clerk,
$1,440;
skilled
laborer,
$1,200;
in
all,
$12,330.
Clerks
and
messen-
CLERKS
AND
MESSENGERS
TO
THE
FOLLOWING COMMITTEES:
Agri-
gers
to
committees.
culture
and
Forestry-clerk
$2,500,
assistant
clerk
$1,800,
assistantclerk
$1,500;
Appropriations-clerk
$5,000,
two
assistant
clerksat
$2,500
each,
three
assistant
clerks
at
$1,500
each,
messenger
$900;
to
Audit
and
Control
the
ContingentExpenses
of
the
Senate-clerk
$2,500,
assistant
clerk,
$1,600,
assistant
clerk,
$1,500;
Bankingand
Currency-clerk
$3,000,
assistant
clerk,
$1,800,
two
assistant
clerks
at
$1,500
each;
Claims-clerk
$2,500,
assistant
clerk,
$2,000,
two
assistant
clerks
at
$1,500
each;
Commerce-clerk
$2,500,
assistant
clerk
$2,220,
assistant
clerk
$1,800,
assistant
clerk
$1,500;
Conference
Minority
of
the Senate--clerk
$3,000,
assistant
clerk
$1,800,
two
assistant
clerks
at
$1,500
each;
District
of
Columbia-clerk
$2,500,
assistant
clerk
$1,800,
assistant
clerk
$1,500;
Education
and
Labor-
clerk
$2,500,
assistant
clerk
$1,800,
assistant
clerk
$1,500;
Finance-
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SIXTY.SIXTH
CONGRESS.
SEss.
II.
Cii.
214. 1920.
clerk
$3,000,
assistant
clerk
$2,220,
assistant
clerk
$1,600,
two assist-
ant
clerks
at
$1,500
each,
two
experts
(one
for
the majority
and
one
for
the minority)
at
$2,000
each; Foreign
Relations-clerk
$3,000,
assistant
clerk
$2,220,
assistant
clerk
$1,500;
Immigration-clerk
$2,500,
assistant
clerk
$1,800,
assistant
clerk
$1,500;
Indian
Affairs-
clerk
$2,500,
assistant
clerk
$1,800,
assistant
clerk
$1,500;
Inter-
oceanic
Canals-clerk
$2,500,
assistant
clerk
$1,800,
assistant
clerk
$1,500;
Interstate
Commerce-clerk
$2,500,
two
assistant
clerks
at
$1,800
each,
assistant
clerk
$1,500;
Judiciary-clerk
$2,500,
assist-
ant
clerk
$2,220,
two
assistant
clerks
at
$1,800
each,
assistant
clerk
$1,500;
Manufactures-clerk
$2,500,
assistant
clerk
$1,800,
assistant
clerk
$1,500;
Military
Affairs-clerk
$2,500,
assistant
clerk
$2,220,
three
assistant
clerks
at
$1,500
each;
Naval
Affairs-clerk
$2,500,
assistant
clerk
$2,220,
two
assistant
clerks
at
$1,500
each;Pacific
Islandsand
Porto
Rico-clerk
$2,500,
assistant
clerk
$1,800,
assist-
ant
clerk
$1,500;
Pensions-clerk
$2,500,
assistant
clerk
$1,800,
four
assistant
clerks
at
$1,500
each;
Philippines-clerk
$2,500,
assistant
clerk
$1,800,
assistant
clerk
$1,500;
Post
Offices
and
Post
Roads-
clerk
$2,500,
assistant
clerk
$2,220,
three
assistant
clerks
at
$1,500
each;
Printing-clerk
$2,500,
assistant
clerk
$1,800,
assistant
clerk
$1,500;
Privileges
and
Elections-clerk
$2,500,
assistant
clerk
$1,800,
assistant
clerk
$1,500;
Public
Buildings
and
Grounds-clerk
$2,500,
assistant
clerk
$1,600,
assistant
clerk
$1,500;
Public
Lands-clerk
$2,500,
assistant
clerk
$1,800,
two
assistant
clerks
at
$1,500
each;
Preparing
Senate
Rules-clerk
$2,720,
to
include
full
compensationfor
the
preparation
Manual,
biennially
of
the
Senate
Manual
under
the
direction
of
the
Com-
mittee
on
Rules,
assistant
clerk
$1,800,
assistant
clerk
$1,500;
in
all
$209,260.
Clerical
assistance
to
CLERICAL
ASSISTANCE
TO
SENATORS:
For
clerical
assistance
to
Senators not chairmen
otcommnittees.
Senators
who
are
not
chairmen
of
the
committees
specifically
pro-videdforherein:
Seventy-eight
clerks
at
$2,500
each;seventy-eight
assistant
clerks
at
$1,600
each;
seventy-eight
assistant
clerks
at
Proviso.
$1,500
each,
$436,800:
Provided,
That
such
clerks
andassistant
Authority.
clerks
shallbeex
officio
clerks
and
assistant
clerksof
any
committee
of
which
their
Senator
is
chairman.
Additional clerks
to
Ninety-fouradditional
clerks
at
$1,200
each, one
for
each
Senator
Senators.
having
nomore
than
one
clerkandtwo
assistant
clerks
for
himselfor
for
the
committee
of
whichhe
is
chairman,
$112,800;
in
all,$555,200.
Navy
Yearbook,
For
compiling
the
Navy
Yearbookfor
thecalendar
year
1919,
1919.
under
the
direction
of
the chairman
of
the
Committee
on
Naval
Affairs,
$500.
Sergant at
Arns
OFFICE
OF
SERGEANT
AT
ARMS
AND
DOORKEEPER:
Sergeant
at
and
oorkeeper,
as-
sistants,
etc.
Armsand Doorkeeper,
$6,500;
Assistant
Sergeant
at
Arms,
$2,500;
Assistant
Doorkeeper,
$3,600;
Acting
Assistant
Doorkeeper,
$3,600;
Messengers,
etc.
two
floor
assistants
at
$2,500
each;
messengers-four
(acting
as
assist-
ant
doorkeepers)
at
$1,800
each,
thirty-six
(including
one
for
mi-
nority)
at
$1,440
each,one
$1,000,
one
at
card door
$1,600;
clerk
on
Journal
work for
Congressional
Record,
to
be selected
by the
official
reporters,
$2,800;
storekeeper,
$2,500;
stenographer
in charge
of
furniture
accountsandrecords,
$1,200;
upholstererand locksmith,
$1,440;
cabinetmaker,
$1,200;
three carpenters,
at
$1,080
each;
Laborers,
etc.
janitor,
$1,200;
skilled
laborers-fourat
$1,000
each;
laborer
in charge
of
private
passage,
$840;
three
female
attendants
in charge
of
ladies'
retiring
room,
at
$720
each;
three
attendants
to
women's
toiletrooms,
Senate
Office
Building,
at
$720
each;
telephone
operators-
chief
$1,500,
four
at
$900
each,
night
operator
$720;
telephonepage,
$720;
press
gallery-superintendent
$2,500,
assistant
superintendent
$1,600,
messengerforservice to press correspondents
$1,000;
laborers
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