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Compensation of fourth-class postmasters.

United States. Congress. House

Compensation of fourth-class postmasters.

by United States. Congress. House

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Expenditures, Public,
  • Postal service -- Employees,
  • United States -- Officials and employees -- Salaries, etc

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCompensation of 4th-class postmasters
    SeriesH.rp.889
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Post Office and Post Roads
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination9 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16147047M

    Post office dept. Examination instruction: a complete course of instruction for civil service examinations for post office clerk, city letter carrier, rural carrier, postmaster, for first, second, third and fourth class offices. Also complete, except for one subject, for railway mail clerk, full de by Hecht, Solomon and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Full text of "United States congressional serial set" See other formats.

    are 2, fourth-class offices, being money order offices. The State ranks nineteenth in presidential offices, tenth in population, sixth in fourth-class offices and forty-eighth In compensation of fourth-class postmasters, the average salary being $ per year. The gross receipts of all offices in Kentucky were $1,, The United States Post Office Department was the predecessor of the United States Postal Service, in the form of a Cabinet department, officially from to It was headed by the Postmaster General.. The Postal Service Act, signed by U.S. President George Washington on February 20, , established the Department. Postmaster General John McLean, in office from to , was the Headquarters: Washington, D.C., U.S.

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Compensation of fourth-class postmasters by United States. Congress. House Download PDF EPUB FB2

B, june 18,22 comp. gen. postal employees - additional compensation under the act of april 9, under the provisions of the act of april 9,authorizing for postal employees paid on an hourly, fee, part time, or per diem basis, and for fourth-class postmasters, an increase of 15 percent of their earned basic compensation, fourth-class postmasters are entitled to a.

a, march 13,5 comp. gen. postal service - compensation of fourth-class postmasters stamps for registry, insurance, and c.o.d. fees represent payments for a service, as distinguished from postage, and their cancellation should not be included in the computation of commissions of fourth-class postmasters as provided for in the act of february 28,43 stat.

* Fourth-class postmasters in the s could receive annual compensation of no more than $ for their office’s transactions excluding postal money orders, which carried additional commissions. The Alden post office did not carry money orders, nor did it have any boxes for rental, a reliable source of revenue for many postmasters.

Compensation for fourth-class postmasters consisted of “the whole of box rents” plus commissions on postage-due stamps, postage stamps, official stamps, stamped envelopes, postal cards, and newspaper and periodical stamps, and waste paper sales,1 according to the following formula: percent of the first $50; 60 percent of the next.

Fourth-Class Postmasters. May 24, Credit The New York Times Archives. See the article in its original context from May 24,Page 5 Buy Reprints. View on timesmachine. Get this book in print Classification and Compensation of Postmasters.

Office delivered deposit dispatch division superintendent duplicate duties employees envelopes exceeding exchange office forwarded fourth class free-delivery furnished hundred dollars inclosed indorsed letter or parcel letter-carriers mail bags mail matter main.

Feb 14,  · Executive Order Amending Civil Service Rules Regarding Appointment for Fourth Class Postmastersas amended, as postmaster of an office of the fourth class where the annual compensation is as much as $ after he has reached his. Feb 14,  · The Executive orders of November 30,and October 15,bringing the positions of postmaster of the fourth class into the competitive classified service, are hereby amended by adding thereto the following.

No person occupying the position of postmaster of the fourth class shall be given a competitive classified status under the provisions of said orders unless he has been appointed.

compensation, at the rate provided by law for postmasters' compensation to persons who perform the duties of the postmaster at post offices of the fourth class during the absence of the postmaster on sick or annual leave, or leave without pay.

This legislation provides that fourth-class postmasters. Part III. [Concerning the Work of the Departments of the Post Office, Interior, Agriculture, and Commerce and Labor and District of Columbia.] THE WHITE HOUSE, December 19, To the Senate and House of Representatives: This is the third of a series of messages in which I have brought to the attention of the Congress the important transactions of the Government in each of its departments.

Aug 15,  · Guide to House Records: Chapter Post Office and Post Roads Chapter Records of the Post Office and Civil Service Committee and Its Predecessors. Table of Contents. Records of the Post Office and Civil Service Committee and Its Predecessors from Guide to Federal Records in the National Archives of the United States, It started in and ended in From to a separate volume was published about the post office.

Most U.S. post offices in this period, as well as both before and after are fourth class offices. These means that the postmaster of these offices were paid on commission.

Counting the employes in its legal, purchasing and inspection divisions with the postmasters, assistant postmasters, railway and office clerks, city and rural carriers, messengers, etc., there must be somewhere aroundpeople employed in our federal postal service.

compensation - double - fourth-class postmasters the amount of remuneration paid to a fourth-class postmaster constitutes "salary" within the meaning of section 6 of the act of may 10,as amended by the act of august 29,39 stat.

Fourth Class Mail was split into several categories including Library Mail, Bound Printed Matter, Media Mail and Parcel Select. Library Mail. Library Mail is used to send items between educational organizations and museums. Some other organizations may qualify for Library Mail if approved by the Postal Service.

According to the USPS, "Content. The law in effect at this time fixed the compensation of fourth class postmasters upon the basis of the whole amount of box rental collected, commissions on cancellations and the amounts received from waste paper, dead newspapers, printed matter and twine sold at the following rates.

The Act of July 2,c.§§ 26, 37, 5 Stat. 80, 86, 88, which first vested the appointment of postmasters in the President by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, directed that postmasters and others offending against certain prohibitions "be forthwith dismissed from office;" and as to other offences provided for such.

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The fourth class shall embrace all postmasters whose annual compensation amounts to less than $1, ex­ clusive 0£ commissions on money orders issued.

(a) The respective compensation 0£ postmasters of the first, second, and third classes shall be annq!i-1 salaries, graded in even hundreds of dollars, and payable.Dec 14,  · Fourth-class mail rates. Hearings Eighty-eighth Congress, first session, on H.R.a bill to repeal the provisions of law relating to the fixing by the Postmaster General with the consent of the Interstate Commerce Commission of rates of postage on fourth-class mail, and for other purposes; H.R.a bill to vest in Congress the exclusive authority to set rates of postage for fourth Pages: Records of the Division of Postmasters.

Textual Records: Record of earliest returns received from postmasters, Records relating to appointments of postmasters, Records relating to the opening, closing, redesignation, and relocation of post offices, Microfilm Publications: M, M