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Removal of dead, etc., timber,

south boundary line of the said quarter section; thence northeasterly

with the laws of the United States as he may deem necessary or proper for the care, protection, management, and improvement of the same, which regulations shall provide for the preservation of the park in a state of nature so far as is consistent with the purposes of this Act, and for the care and protection cf the fish and game within the boundaries thereof. Said Secretary may, in his discretion, execute leases to par- Leases for hotels, etc. cels of ground not exceeding ten acres in extent at any one place to any one person or company, for not to exceed twenty years, when such ground is necessary for the erection of buildings for the accommodation of visitors, and to parcels of ground not exceeding one acre in extent and for not to exceed twenty years to persons who have heretofore erected or whom he may hereafter authorize to erect summer homes or cottages; he may also sell and permit the removal of such matured, or dead or down timber as he may

deem necessary or advisable for the protection or improvement of the park.

Approved, May 11, 1910.
CHAP. 227.-An Act To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to dispose of a May 11, 1910.

(H. R. 23422 ] fractional tract of land in the Lawton (Oklahoma) land district at appraised value.

(Public, No. 172.) Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the Interior is hereby authorized and directed to cause an appraisement okla. and sale to be made to the city of Lawton, Oklahoma, at the appraised value of one certain fractional tract of land described as follows: Beginning at a point two hundred and seventy feet east and four hun- Description. dred and fourteen feet south of the four section corners between sections nineteen, twenty, twenty-nine, and thirty, respectively, in town ship two north, range eleven west, Comanche County, Oklahoma; thence southeasterly four thousand nine hundred and ninety feet along the west boundary line of the Saint Louis and San Francisco Railway Company right of way to a point where said west boundary line of sa id railway crosses the south boundary line of the southwest quarter of section twenty-nine, township two north, range eleven west, Indian ineridian, Comanche County, Oklahoma; thence westerly one thousand four hundred and fifty-one feet along the south boundary line of said southwest quarter section twenty-nine, township two north, range eleven west, Indian meridian, to a point where the east line of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway right of way crosses the four thousand eight hundred and fifty and sixty-five one-hundredths feet along the east boundary line of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway right of way to the place of beginning, consisting of seventy-five and thirty-eight hundredths acrrs of land, more or less, situated in Comanche County, Oklahoma: Provided, That the land shall be appraised at its agricultural value exclusive of any additional value by reason of wells, tanks, pumps, vats, and other expenditures and improvements made or erected by the said city of Lawton, Oklaboma, in their use of said tract as an auxiliary water-pumping station: Provided further, That the city of Lawton shall have six months from Option for purchase. date of appraisement to purchase said tract. Approved, May 11, 1910.

Public lands,
Sale to Lawton,

Prorisos.
Appraisal.

CHAP. 230.-An Act Making appropriations for the service of the Post-Office

May 12, 1910.

[H. R. 21419.) Department for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and eleven, and for other purposes.

(Public, No. 173.) Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that the following sums be, priations and they are hereby, appropriated for the service of the Post-Office

Postal service appro)

Vol. 5, p. 80.

Department, in conformity with the Act of July second, eighteen hundred and thirty-six, as follows:

Postmaster-General.

OFFICE OF THE POSTMASTER-GENERAL.

Power, ctc.

Or

Salaries,

Per diem,

Proriste.

'Temporary ances,

allow

Limit.

Advertising. For advertising for the Post-Office Department and postal service,

three thousand dollars. Repair shops and For rent of suitable buildings for the use of the Post-Ofiice Departsupplies division.

ment, including the mail-bag repair shop, lock repair shop, and the division of supplies, thirty-four thousand four hundred dollars.

For gas, electric power and light, and the repair of machinery, five

thousand nine hundred dollars. Post-office inspect FOR SALARIES OF POST-OFFICE INSPECTORS: For salaries of fifteen

inspectors in charge of divisions, at three thousand dollars each; ten inspectors, at two thousand four hundred dollars each; fifteen inspectors, at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars each; fifteen inspectors, at two thousand dollars each; ten inspectors, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; one hundred and thirty inspectors, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; one hundred and ten inspectors, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; and fifty inspectors, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; in all, five hundred and seventy-two thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For per diem allowance of inspectors in the field while actually traveling on official business away from their home, their official domicile, and their headquarters, at a rate to be fixed by the Postmaster-General, not to exceed four dollars per day, three hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars: Provided, That the Postmaster-General may, in his discretion, allow inspectors per diem while temporarily located at any place on business away from their home, or their designated domicile, for a period not exceeding twenty consecutive days at any one place, and make rules and regulations governing the foregoing provisions relating to per diem: And provided further, That no per diem shall be paid to inspectors receiving annual salaries of

two thousand dollars or more. Clerks, etc., division headquarters.

For compensation to clerks at division headquarters, fifteen, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; nine, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; twenty-seven, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; eight, at one thousand one hundred dollars each; thirteen, at one thousand dollars each; and six, at nine hundred dollars each; in all, ninety-six thousand two hundred dollars.

For traveling expenses of inspectors without per diem allowance, inspectors in charge, and the chief post-office inspector, and expenses incurred by inspectors not covered by per diem allowance, twenty-five

thousand dollars. Livery hire.

For livery hire incurred by inspectors not covered by their per diem allowance, including livery hire in connection with the installation

and inspection of rural routes, fifty thousand dollars. Miscellaneous

For necessary miscellaneous expenses at division headquarters, six thousand dollars.

For payment of rewards for the detection, arrest, and conviction of post-office burglars, robbers, and highway mail' robbers, fifteen thousand dollars: Provided, That of the amount herein appropriated not to exceed five thousand dollars may be expended, in the discretion of the Postmaster-General, for the purpose of securing information concerning violations of the postal laws and for services and informa

tion looking toward the apprehension of criminals. Labor - saving de The unexpended balance of the appropriation for the fiscal year Vol. 35, pp. 407, 661. nineteen hundred and nine of ten thousand dollars for

expenses incident to the investigation and testing of mechanical and labor-saving devices, under the direction of the Postmaster-General, for the use of

Traveling, etc., expenses.

Rewards, etc.

Proviso. Securing information.

vices.

the postal service, is hereby reappropriated and made available for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven.

For travel and miscellaneous expenses in the postal service, office of the Postmaster-General, one thousand dollars.

OFFICE OF THE FIRST ASSISTANT POSTMASTER-GENERAL.

First Assistant Postmaster-General.

Postmasters.

Assistant postmasters.

For compensation to postmasters, twenty-seven million nine hundred thousand dollars.

For compensation to assistant postmasters at first and second class post-offices, four, at not exceeding four thousand dollars each; thirtythree, at not exceeding three thousand dollars each; six, at not exceeding two thousand five hundred dollars each; six, at not exceeding two thousand dollars each; fifteen, at not exceeding one thousand nine hundred dollars each; forty, at not exceeding one thousand eight hundred dollars each; seventy-five, at not exceeding one thousand seven hundred dollars each; one hundred and fifteen, at not exceeding one thousand six hundred dollars each; one hundred and eighty, at not exceeding one thousand five hundred dollars each; one hundred and twenty, at not exceeding one thousand four hundred dollars each; two hundred and seventy-five, at not exceeding one thousand three hundred dollars each; four hundred and seventy-five, at not exceeding one thousand two hundred dollars each; two hundred and twentyfive, at not exceeding one thousand one hundred dollars each; one hundred and eighty-one, at not exceeding one thousand dollars each; two hundred, at not exceeding nine hundred dollars each; one hundred and fifty, at not exceeding eight hundred dollars each; and one hundred and forty, at not exceeding seven hundred dollars each; in all, two million seven hundred thousand dollars. And the appointment and assignment of assistant postmasters reaprenentments

, etc.. hereunder shall be so made during the fiscal year as not to involve a greater aggregate expenditure than this sum.

For compensation to clerks and employees at first and second class Superintendents, post-offices:

Superintendents of delivery, superintendents of mails, superintend- At $3,200. ents of money order, and superintendents of registry, sixteen, at not exceeding three thousand two hundred dollars each;

Auditors, two, at not exceeding three thousand dollars each;

Superintendents of delivery and superintendents of mails, nineteen, at not exceeding two thousand seven hundred dollars each;

Cashiers, superintendents of delivery, and superintendents of mails, twenty, at not exceeding two thousand six hundred dollars each;

Superintendents of delivery, superintendents of mails, and superintendents of stations, six, at not exceeding two thousand five hundred dollars each;

Assistant superintendents of delivery, assistant superintendents of mails, assistant superintendents of money order, assistant superintendents of registry, bookkeepers, cashiers, finance clerks, private secretaries, superintendents of delivery, superintendents of mails, superintendents of money order, and superintendents of registry, thirty-three, at not exceeding two thousand four hundred dollars each;

Assistant superintendents of mails, bookkeepers, cashiers, chief At $2,200. mailing clerks, chief stamp clerks, finance clerks, superintendents of delivery, superintendents of mails, superintendents of money order, superintendents of registry, and superintendents of stations, twentytwo, at not exceeding two thousand two hundred dollars each;

Chief stamp clerks, night superintendents, superintendents of carriers, superintendents of delivery, superintendents of inquiry, superintendents of mails, superintendents of money order, and superintend

At $3,000.
At $2,700.

At $2,600.

At $2,500.

At $2,400.

At $2,100.

At $2.000.

At $1.800.

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At $1,700.

At $1,600.

ents of registry, twenty, at not exceeding two thousand one hundred dollars each;

Assistant cashiers, assistant superintendents of delivery, assistant superintendents of mails, assistant superintendents of money order, assistant superintendents of registry, bookkeepers, cashiers, examiners of stations, finance clerks, superintendents of carriers, superintendents of delivery, superintendents of mails, superintendents of money order, superintendents of registry, superintendents of secondclass matter, superintendents of inquiry, and superintendents of stations, ninety-five, at not exceeding two thousand dollars each;

Assistant cashiers, assistant superintendents of delivery, assistant superintendents of mails, assistant superintendents of money order, assistant superintendents of registry, assistant superintendents of stations, bookkeepers, cashiers, chief mailing clerks, chief stamp clerks, examiners of stations, finance clerks, private secretaries, superintendents of carriers, superintendents of delivery, superintendents of mails, superintendents of money order, superintendents of registry, superintendents of second-class matter, and superintendents of stations, eighty-four, at not exceeding one thousand eight hundred dollars each;

Assistant cashiers, assistant superintendents of delivery, assistant superintendents of mails, assistant superintendents of money order, assistant superintendents of registry, assistant superintendents of stations, bookkeepers, cashiers, chief mailing clerks, chief stamp clerks, examiners of stations, finance clerks, private secretaries, superintendents of carriers, superintendents of delivery, superintendents of mails, superintendents of money order, superintendents of registry, superintendents of second-class matter, and superintendents of stations, one hundred and thirteen, at not exceeding one thousand seven hundred dollars each;

Assistant cashiers, assistant superintendents of delivery, assistant superintendents of mails, assistant superintendents of money order, assistant superintendents of registry, assistant superintendents of stations, bookkeepers, cashiers, chief mailing clerks, chief stamp clerks, examiners of stations, finance clerks, foremen of crews, private secretaries, superintendents of carriers, superintendents of delivery, superintendents of mails, superintendents of money order, superintendents of registry, superintendents of second-class matter, and superintendents of stations, one hundred and seventeen, at not exceeding one thousand six hundred dollars each;

Assistant cashiers, assistant superintendents of delivery, assistant superintendents of mails, assistant superintendents of money order, assistant superintendents of registry, assistant superintendents of stations, bookkeepers, cashiers, chief mailing clerks, chief stamp clerks, examiners of stations, finance clerks, foremen of crews, private secretaries, superintendents of carriers, superintendents of delivery, superintendents of mails, superintendents of money order, superintendents of registry, superintendents of second-class matter, and superintendents of stations, one hundred and sixty-two, at not exceeding one thousand five hundred dollars each;

Assistant cashiers, assistant superintendents of delivery, assistant superintendents of mails, assistant superintendents of money order, assistant superintendents of registry, assistant superintendents of stations, bookkeepers, cashiers, chief mailing clerks, chief stamp clerks, special clerks, examiners of stations, finance clerks, foremen of crews, private secretaries, superintendents of carriers, superintendents of delivery, superintendents of mails, superintendents of money order, superintendents of registry, superintendents of second-class matter, and superintendents of stations, four hundred and thirteen, at not exceeding one thousand four hundred dollars each;

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At $900.

Assistant cashiers, assistant superintendents of delivery, assistant

At $1,300. superintendents of money order, assistant superintendents of mails, assistant superintendents of registry, assistant superintendents of stations, bookkeepers, cashiers, chief mailing clerks, chief stamp clerks, examiners of stations, finance clerks, foremen of crews, private secretaries, special clerks, superintendents of carriers, superintendents of delivery, superintendents of mails, superintendents of money order, superintendents of registry, superintendents of second-class matter, and superintendents of stations, six hundred and thirty, at not exceeding one thousand three hundred dollars each; Assistant cashiers, assistant superintendents of delivery, assistant

At $1,200. superintendents of mails, assistant superintendents of money order, assistant superintendents of registry, assistant superintendents of stations, bookkeepers, chief stamp clerks, clerks, finance clerks, foremen of crews, private secretaries, superintendents of carriers, superintendents of second-class matter, and superintendents of stations, ten thousand three hundred and forty-five, at not exceeding one thousand two hundred dollars each;

Assistant superintendents of stations, clerks, private secretaries, At $1,100. superintendents of carriers, superintendents of second-class matter, and superintendents of stations, nine thousand and seven, at not exceeding one thousand one hundred dollars each;

Assistant superintendents of stations, clerks, clerks in charge of At $1,000. stations, private secretaries, superintendents of carriers, and superintendents of second-class matter, five thousand four hundred and fifty, at not exceeding one thousand dollars each;

Člerks, clerks in charge of stations, and private secretaries, three thousand nine hundred and fifty, at not exceeding nine hundred dollars each;

Clerks, and clerks in charge of stations, two thousand four hundred, at not exceeding eight hundred dollars each;

Clerks, and clerks in charge of stations, two hundred and ninety- At $600. six, at not exceeding six hundred dollars each; Substitutes for clerks and employees absent without pay;

Substitutes. In all, thirty-three million nine hundred thousand dollars. No part of this appropriation shall be applied to a force of clerks of the class herein appropriated for exceeding in number thirty-three thousand two hundred, at any one time.

For compensation to printers, mechanics, and skilled laborers, ten, Printers, mechan at one thousand two hundred dollars each; four, at one thousand one hundred dollars each; three, at one thousand dollars each; and six, at nine hundred dollars each; in all, twenty-four thousand eight hundred dollars.

For compensation to watchmen, messengers, and laborers, seven hundred, at seven hundred dollars each; six hundred, at six hundred dollars each; in all, eight hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

For compensation to clerks in charge of contract stations, at a rate above three hundred dollars each, and not to exceed one thousand dollars each, three hundred thousand dollars.

For compensation to clerks in charge of contract stations, at a rate not to exceed three hundred dollars each, five hundred and eighty thousand dollars.

For compensation to substitutes for clerks and employees at first clothes ont leave. and second class post-offices on vacation, one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars. For temporary and auxiliary clerk hire at first and second class Temporary and

auxiliary clerks. post-offices and temporary and auxiliary clerk hire at summer and winter resort post-offices, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

For separating mails at third and fourth class post-oflices, seven Separating mails. hundred thousand dollars: Provided, That hereafter the PostmasterGeneral may allow to fourth-class postmasters additional compensa- masters.

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ics, etc.

Watch men, mes. sengers, etc.

Contract station clerks.

for

Proriso.
Additional to post-

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