mum of class 'A/ corresponding with the former senior class, to $1,400;
(c) dividing the first class clerkships into divisions 'A' and 'B' with maximum salaries of $1,800 and $1,000, respectively, and increasing the minimum of the first class clerkships from $1,200 to $1,400, and creating a new class of clerks, to be known as chief clerks in the city post offices, subject to certain restrictions ;
(d) improving the position of office superintendents in city post offices, and changing what was formerly a fixed salary of $1,800 to a mininfum of $1,800 and a maximum of $2,500;
(e) providing for the employment of temporary clerks in the above-named offices for a period of not more than one year, at a fixed salary of $500, and temporary helpers to meet the exigencies of the service, at a salary not exceeding $2.50 a day;
(f) increasing the salaries of certain inspectors, assistant inspectors and superintendents of railway mail service in recognition of years of service.-Mr. Lemieux.