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Num. Total
ber salary

1 1

1 1

Grades and ranges:
G8-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

Cemetery operations administrator.
Superintendent
GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070
GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995
GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.
GS-10. $7,290 to $9,495.
GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700
GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.
GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205
GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565
GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.
GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370
GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.

GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505.
Deduct net decrease due to lower pay

scales for part year
Add net increase due to higher pay scales

for part year Ungraded positions at annual rates equiv

alent to less than $12,845..

6 9 19

6 14

8 47 34 46 50 40 10

$13, 510

12, 750 67, 247 86, 965 157, 519 44, 720 96, 555 51, 251 276, 827 179, 271 234, 926 230, 577 170, 094 41, 182

Num- Total Num. Total
ber salary ber salary

$14,976 1 $14, 976

14, 123 1 14, 123
7 88, 713 7 88, 713
9 95, 787

9 95, 787
19 169, 450 19 172, 702
6
48, 174

6 48, 174
15 111, 132 15 114,504
7
48, 878

7 50, 334
47 296, 376 47 305, 165
35
193, 354

198, 741
258, 720 50 273, 956
50 243, 990 52 261, 482
39 169, 729 40 176, 094
10
42, 436 10

42, 852
31, 951

36

48

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Total permanent.
Deduct lapses.
Add portion of salaries carried in other

position schedules paid from this ac-
count.

Net permanent (average number,

net salary)
Positions other than permanent..
Other personnel compensation:

Regular pay above 52-week base.
Overtime and holiday pay.
Additional
Payments for reimbursement of mili-

pay for services abroad Awards.

Num. Total Num- Total Num. Total ber salary

ber Grades and ranges-Continued

salary ber salary GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070..

937
940

960

$10, 826, 944 $12, 185, 373 GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.

$12, 464, 650 1, 750 1, 755

1, 825

17, 508, 750 GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.

19, 420, 830 19.890, 675 2, 649 2, 656

2,693 GS-10. $7,290 to $9,495..

22, 810, 539 24, 915, 936

24, 815, 995 282 282

295

2, 196, 898 GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.

2, 404, 896

2, 444, 075 12, 239 2, 245

2, 382

15,939, 030 GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.

17, 182, 589 18,097, 338 446 446

450

2, 967, 544 GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.

3, 265, 612

3, 295, 800 2, 114 12, 120

2,150 GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.

12, 830, 949 13,859, 667 14.038, 025 1, 276 1, 276

1,330 GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.

7, 120, 794 7, 750, 424

8,083, 740 2, 084 2, 190

2, 235 GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370..

10. 435, 375 11, 474, 088 11, 992, 838 2, 164 2, 344

12, 300

9,615, 026 GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830..

11, 312, 144 11,099, 800 1, 625 1, 850

1, 780

6, 596, 139 GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505..

7,849, 550

8,080, 230 352 360

365

1,311, 106 1, 400, 400 GS-1. $3,245 to $4.190.

1, 421, 675

40 149, 059 Grades established by act of August 1,

40 151, 440 45 170, 775 1947, Public Law 313, 80th Congress

(61 Stat. 715), as amended:
Technical director, waterways experi-
ment station..

1 16,016 1 16. 850 1 Ungraded positions at hourly rates equiv.

16,850 alent to: $12,845 or above: Chief engineer.

6 79, 476 6 79, 560 6 79, 680 Electrician

3 39, 747 3 39, 780 3 Master.

39, 780

6 83, 483 6 83, 520 6 Less than $12,845.

83, 547 10, 747 10, 803

10, 824

G6, 163, 377 67, 187, 686 67,958, 776
Total permanent..

29, 165
29,776

30, 111

192, 676, 936 207, 367, 278 Deduct

210, 996, 628 Lapses.

1,022
1,835

2, 431

7,591, 720 14, 666, 257 Net decrease due to lower pay scales for

18,721, 087 part of year.

2, 440,000
Add-
Portion of salaries carried in other posi-
tion schedules paid from this account.

2, 228, 243
Net increase due to higher pay scales for
part of year...

2, 508, 663
Net permanent (average number,
net salary)..

28, 403
27, 941

27, 680

187, 313, 459 190, 261, 021 Positions other than permanent:

194, 784, 204 Temporary employment.

4,905, 321 6, 976,379 6, 187, 005 Part-time employment.

84, 172
129, 100

129, 300 Intermittent employment.

616, 145 653, 490 680, 300 Other personnel compensation: Regular pay above 52-week base.

1, 509, 952 Overtime and holiday pay

10,090, 602 10, 482, 504 10, 889, 120 Nightwork differential.

386, 802 392, 000

395,000
Post differentials and cost-of-living al-
lowances

196, 206
209, 400

218, 877
Deduct excess leave taken over leave
earned

1, 846 Pay to commissioned officers..

999, 671 1, 197, 364 1, 303, 600 Total personnel compensation.. 204, 590, 532 210, 301, 258 216,097, 358

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Grades and ranges:
Members, Mississippi River Commis-

sion:
Civilian.
GS-17. $18,000 to $20,000

Engineer 08-16. $16,000 to $18,000:

Attorney.
Engineer.
08-15. $14,565 to $17,925.

Attorney..
Attorney-adviser.
Comptroller.
Director of civilian personnel.
Engineer...
Geologist..
Management officer.
GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

Accountant
Administrative officer.
Appraiser...
Attorney.
Attorney-adviser
Biologist.
Comptroller..
Conservationist
Economist.
Engineer...
Geologist.
Information and editorial specialist.-
Personnel officer
Realty officer
Procurement officer
Transportation rate analyst.

1 15, 059
2 31, 554

16, 494
1 17, 451
91
1, 498, 084

16, 973
1 16, 494

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24, 960 24, 710 13. 270 65, 104 63, 980 12, 230 39, 790

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35, 173,000

12,000

Salaries and wages are distributed as

follows:
Direct obligations:
"General investigations":

Civilian..

Military
"Construction, general":

Civilian.

Military
"Operation and maintenance, gen.

eral":
Civilian.

Military
"General expenses":

Civilian.
Military
"Flood control, Mississippi River and

tributaries": Civilian
“Corps of Engineers, special expense

funds": Civilian
“Revolving fund, Corps of Engi-

neers":
Civilian.
Military

36, 191, 500

12,000

2 27, 414
2 26, 977
1 14,976
5 70, 386

70, 636
12,854
39,810
13, 270

29, 536
295
4, 308, 970

55, 660
2 29, 536

55,660
12 166, 980

14, 082
15, 413

3

2 27, 414
2 27,393
1 14,976
5 71, 260
5 71, 489
1 13, 270
3 39,810
1 13, 707

3 43, 243
300
4, 385, 219

57, 366
2 30,389
4 56,513
12 172,098

14, 123 1 15, 829

2 26, 790 295 3,877, 388

51, 500 2 26, 790 4 51, 250 12 153, 190

32, 288, 605

11, 290 9,910.990

330, 300 2, 861, 183

16, 237

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Salaries and wages are distributed as fol- Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total lows-Continued

ber salary ber salary ber salary Direct obligations-Continued "Corps of Engineers, trust funds": Civilian..-

$174, 884 $142,000 $120,000 “Capital outlay,” United States Soldiers' Home: Civilian..

43, 619

45,000 Construction and rehabilitation," Bureau of Reclamation: Civilian.

8,055 "Construction, International Bound

ary and Water Commission, United States and Mexico," Department of State: Civilian...

348, 280 318, 600 321,000 “Public works acceleration (Transfer

to Corps of Engineers-Civil)":
Civilian..

1,100,000
Reimbursable obligations:
"Advances and reimbursements,

Corps of Engineers—Civil":
Civilian..

2, 590, 918 327,000 94, 000 Military

74, 740 Total of foregoing schedule.

204, 590, 532 210, 301, 258 216,097, 358

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Num- Total Num- Total Num. Total Grades and ranges-Continued

ber salary ber salary GS-15. $14,565 to $17,925—Continued

ber salary Director, finance.

1 $14,055 1 $15,059 1 Supervisory, judge (U.S. civil ad

$15, 059 ministration courts).

1 14,055 1

15, 059

1 Supervisory, information officer.

15, 059 1 15, 290 1

16, 973

i Comptroller.

16, 973 1 13, 730 1 14, 581

1 15, 059 International relations officer.

1
14, 581

1 GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

15,059 Economist, general.

1 12, 470 1 13,270 1 International relations officer.

13,707

1 12, 730 Supervisory, business economist.

1 12, 990 1 14, 123 1 Judge (attorney).

14.560

12, 470 1 13, 270 1 13, 707 Program manager (labor relations).

12, 730 1 13, 707

13, 707 Director, public safety.

1 12, 730 1 13, 707 1 13, 707 Supervisory attorney.

1 12, 730 1 13, 707 1 14, 123 Director, education

1 13, 510 1 14,976 1 GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070

15, 413

20 222, 060 22 262,374 24 288, 354 GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.

15 141, 345 17 174, 692 21 215, 796 GS-11, $8,045 to $10,165.

19 150, 660 19 165, 604 22 191, 752 GS-10. $7,290 to $9,495.

2 15, 310 2 16, 556 2 16, 556 GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.

15 104, 115 23 167, 767 25 183, 825 GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.

9 59, 565 2

14,060

14,000 GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.

10 59, 985 9

57, 474 9 57, 474 GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.

13 69, 545 11 63, 943 11 GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.

14 67, 285 14 73,094 16 83, 536 GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.

15 64,380 18 81, 612 19 86, 146 GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.

7 26,320 7 28, 973 6 Ungraded positions...

24,834 264 241, 974 294, 867 279

365, 211 Total permanent positions.

418 1,426, 569 431 1, 642, 128 452 1, 835, 719 DeductNet lapse...

13 103, 361 14 96, 183 17 120, 452 Net decrease due to lower pay scales for part of year.

28, 159 Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year.

36, 242 Net permanent.

405 1,323, 208 417 1,517, 786 435 1, 751, 509 Positions other than permanent: Temporary employment...

22, 398

10, 200 Other personnel compensation:

10,000 Regular pay above 52-week base.. Overtime and holiday pay.

5,771 9, 127

6, 400 Additional pay for service abroad:

11, 300 Post differential.

1,004 Total personnel compensation..

1,355, 737 1, 534, 386 1,778, 580

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Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total

ber salary ber salary ber salary Grades and ranges: GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070..

1 $11, 935 1 $13, 354 1 $13, 354 GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.

8 79, 180 8 86, 905 9 97, 326 GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.

5 40, 920 4 35, 130 4 35, 130 GS-10. $7,290 to $9,495.

4 30, 455 4 32, 906 4 32, 906 GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.

9 62, 040 9 66, 457 9 66, 457 GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.

4 27, 335 6 43, 348 6 43, 348 GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.

17 97,965 15 93, 857 16 99, 411 GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.

8 45, 405 9 53, 957 10 59, 011 GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.

35 173, 690 35 182, 685 35 182, 685 GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.

41 178, 400 41 192,791 42 196, 909 GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.

57 235, 215 55 242,337 55 242, 337 GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505.

163 626, 365 163 655, 078 183 726, 638 GS-1. $3,245 to $4,190.

1 3, 815 1 4,098 1 4,098 Ungraded positions at annual rates less than $12,845.

220 312, 710 243 338, 908 243 395, 987 Ungraded positions at hourly rates equivalent to less than $12,845...

440
445

450

2,013, 608 1,998, 669 2,060,178 Total permanent.

1,013
1, 039

1,068

3,939, 038 4,040, 480 4, 255, 775 DeductLapses.

19 81, 878 28 46, 464 29 57,714 Net decrease due to lower pay scale for part of year..

18, 391

23, 688 Add net increase due to higher pay scale for part of year.

21, 780
Net permanent (average number,
net salary).

994
1,011

1,039

3, 838, 769 3, 970, 328 Positions other than permanent:

4, 219, 841 Part-time...

44,984
45, 325

45, 325 Intermittent employment..

20, 269
21,027

21,075 Other personnel compensation: Regular pay above 52-week base.

4,898
4, 949

32, 773 Overtime and holiday pay.

74, 880
78, 233

86, 448 Nightwork differential.

31, 549
31, 890

38, 782 Compensation for individuals under contract...

8,801
9,400

9,400 Payment to other agencies for reimbursable detail.

26, 916
28, 200

28, 200 Total personnel compensation. 4,051, 066 4, 189, 352 4, 481, 844

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Military-----
Civilian: Grades and ranges:
Special positions at rates equal to or in

excess of $11,877: Governor of the Canal Zone. Positions established by Governor of

the Canal Zone:
Nonmanual positions:

NM-15. $11,877 to $19,406.
NM-14. $10,608 to $18,713.
NM-13. $9,360 to $17,588.
NM-12. $8,112 to $14,994.
NM-11. $6,968 to $12,706.
NM-10. $6,365 to $11,869.
NM-9. $5,866 to $10,875.
NM-8. $5,387 to $9,919..
NM-7. $4,909 to $9,006..
NM-6. $4,514 to $8,206.
NM-5. $4,139 to $7,506..
NM-4. $3,765 to $6,713
NM-3. $2,246 to $6,038
NM-2. $1,706 to $5,631.

NM-1. $1,352 to $5,238.
Service positions:

S-7. $3,349 to $5,362.
8-6. $2,413 to $3,806.
S-5. $2,101 to $3,224.
S-3. $1,581 to $2,309.
8-2. $1,414 to $2,101.

S-1. $1,248 to $1,851.
Postal positions:

P-12. $11,050 to $14,000
P-11. $10,056 to $12,706.
P-10. $9,244 to $12,000.
P-9. $8,506 to $11,038.
P-8. $7,856 to $10,219.
P-7. $7,256 to $9,450..
P-6. $6,706 to $9,181.
P-5. $6,206 to $8,475.

P-4, $5,706 to $7,906.
Ungraded positions at annual rates:
$12,845 or above:

Chief, fire division..
Chief, internal security
Chief, police division..
Civil affairs director.

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Civilian: Grades and ranges-Continued
Ungraded positions at annual rates Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total
Continued

ber salary ber salary ber salary $12,845 or above--Continued Dental officer..

2 $28, 225 2 $31, 405 2 $31, 405 Executive secretary...

1 17,514 1 20,010 1 20, 010 Magistrate.

2 26,624 2 28, 828 2 28, 828 Medical health officer.

13 212, 705 14 249, 334 14 249, 334 School officer.

11 152, 871 11 152, 871 11 179, 164 Less than $12,845: Police positions..

179
181

182

1,365, 436 1, 390, 617 1, 559, 277 Fire positions..

35 305, 741 122 647, 025 122 611, 532 Education positions..

466
527

602

3,042, 792 3, 544, 536 4,607, 683 Other...

34 177,320 38 219, 040 38 220, 111 Ungraded positions at hourly rates equivalent to less than $12,846.. 316 490, 187 435 765, 116 455 863, 187 Total civilian permanent.

2, 514.0 2, 625.0 2,763.0

12, 487, 207 14, 112, 092 15, 813, 617 Deduct lapses.......

49.9
37.6

15.9

227, 848 263, 620 112,050 Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of the year...

82, 286 134,834 162,361 Net civilian permanent (average 2, 464, 1 2,587.4 2,747.1 number, net salary).

12, 341, 645 13,982, 306 15,853, 918 Positions other than permanent: Temporary employment.

42, 609
50, 446

62,274 Part-time employment.

178,444 225, 416

261, 879 Intermittent employment..

183, 600 253, 978 293,061 Other personnel compensation: Regular pay above 52-week base.

34,285 34,990 70, 426 Overtime and holiday pay..

349, 714 398, 343

410, 268 Nightwork differential

122, 523 131, 174

138, 084 Payment to institution inmates.

23, 484
25, 430

27, 480 Add excess of annual leave earned over leave taken..--

1,738
All personnel compensation, civil-
ian.

13, 278,042 15, 102, 083 17, 107,379 Total personnel compensation..- 13, 461, 134 15, 267, 283 17, 272, 579

Civilian: Grades and ranges-Continued
Positions established by President, Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total

Panama Canal Company--Con. ber salary ber salary ber salary Service positions: 8-9. $4,139 to $6,887.

10 $54, 754 S-8. $3,723 to $6,272.

14 69, 742 8-7. $3,349 to $5,362.

39 136, 287 S-6. $2,413 to $3,806.

58 137, 446 S-5. $2,101 to $3,224.

96 199, 365 S-4. $1,810 to $2,787.

90 157, 847 S-3. $1,581 to $2,309.

263 415, 093 S-2. $1,414 to $2,101.

164 234, 195 S-1. $1,248 to $1,851..

34 45, 545 Ungraded positions at annual rates: $12,845 and above: Administrative officer.

1 16, 266 1 $17, 659 1 $17, 659 Assistant port captain,

2 33, 326 2 34, 992 2 34,992 Chief engineer, steamship..

1 13, 592 1 13, 592 1 13, 592 Chief, executive planning staff.

17, 514 1 20, 010 1 20, 010 Deputy comptroller..

1 17, 514 1 20,010 1 20, 010 General counsel..

i 17, 514 1 20, 010 1 20,010 Master, steamship.

1 15, 863 1 16, 220 1 16, 585 Personnel director

17,514 1 20,010 1 20,010 Pilot

114
115

119

1,667, 159 1,878, 718 1,963, 224 Public information officer.

1 16, 910 1 18, 725 1 18, 725 Supply and community services director.

1 17,514 1 20,010 1 20,010 Transportation and terminals director

1 17, 514 1 20,010 1 20,010 Less than $12,845.

146 830, 347 148 878, 224 144 845, 861 Ungraded positions at hourly rates: Equivalent to $12,845 or above: Engineer, floating plant

16 199,014 16 206, 178 14 182, 265 Foreman, locks operation and maintenance.

6 74, 659 8 102, 419 8 105,053 Foreman, terminals operation

1 12, 626 2 25, 251 2 26, 111 Inspector, floating equipment.

1
12,958

1 13, 424 1 13, 880 Master, floating plant.

18 232,044 18 240, 398 16 215, 813 Supervisor, power system.

3 39, 852 5 63,857 8 103,970 Equivalent to less than $12,845.. 17,891

8,565

8, 381

22, 380, 162 26,008, 950 26,872, 418 Total civilian permanent.. 11,344.0 (11,651.0 11, 477.0

39, 226, 069 43,914, 119 45, 184, 291 DeductLapses...

244.2
190.3

107.3
545, 167

417, 017 217, 265 Net decrease due to lower pay scales for part of the year.

206, 600 Add net increase ue to higher pay scales for part of the year..

364, 353

275, 156 Net civilian permanent (average

number, net salary):
United States and possessions... - 11,098.8 11, 459.7 11, 368.7

39, 034, 085 43, 278, 251 45, 229, 931
Foreign countries: U.S. rates.. 1.0 11,170 1.0 12, 251 1.0 12, 251
Positions other than permanent:
Temporary employment..

540, 424 1,331, 677 368, 622 Part-time employment..

309, 482 335, 375 354, 979 Intermittent employment.

285, 646 323, 980 206, 940 Other personnel compensation: Regular pay above 52-week base..

137, 384 151, 462 313,047 Overtime and holiday pay.

3,886, 245 4, 141, 820 4, 177, 065 Nightwork differential.

256, 194 305, 909 332, 465 Excess of leave earned over leave taken..---

700, 288
All personnel compensation civil-
ian.

45, 160, 888 49,880, 725 50,995, 300 Total personnel compensation... 45, 230, 422 49,954, 911 51,061,976

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MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNTS

Military.-----
Civilian: Grades and ranges:
Positions established by Board of

Directors, Panama Canal Com

pany:
Secretary.
Comptroller
Vice president.
Positions established by President,

Panama Canal Company:
Graded positions equivalent to GS

grades:
G8-15. $14,565 to $17,925:

Assistant secretary.
GS-14. $12,845 to $16,245:

Procurement officer.
GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070.
GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.
GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.
GS-10. $7,290 to $9,495..
GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700..
GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.
GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.
GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005..
G8-4. $4,110 to $5,370.
GS-3. $3,820 to $4,830.
GS-2. $3,560 to $4,505.

GS-1. $3,245 to $4,190.
Nonmanual positions:

NM-15. $11,877 to $19,406.
NM-14. $10,608 to $18,713.
NM-13. $9,360 to $17,588..
NM-12. $8,112 to $14,994..
NM-11. $6,968 to $12,706.
NM-10. $6,365 to $11,869..
NM-9. $5,866 to $10,875...
NM-8. $5,387 to $9,919.
NM-7. $4,909 to $9,006..
NM-6. $4,514 to $8,206.
NM-5. $4,139 to $7,506..
NM-4. $3,765 to $6,713..
NM-3. $2,246 to $6,038....
NM-2. $1,706 to $5,631..
NM-1. $1,352 to $5,238..

3 1 6 2 2 3 14 7 2 1

13, 520 22, 570 36, 670 23, 460

7, 821 40,790 12,044 10, 815 15, 510 62, 312 28, 840 8, 260 3, 827

1 1 5 1 1 5 1 3 3 10 6 2 1

14,976 12, 251 48, 835 8, 590 7, 301 36, 288

5, 554 16,824 16,085 47, 686 25, 825 8, 590 3, 890

1 1 5 1 1 5 1 3 3 10 6 2 1

14,976 12, 251 48, 835 8, 590 7, 301 36, 288

5, 554 16,824 16,085 47, 686 25, 825 8,590 3, 890

WILDLIFE CONSERVATION, ETC., MILITARY RESERVATIONS,

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