I think you are quite right in that respect. We find it pretty difficult to keep up with our work just now, and with reference to the item I read a few moments ago " New positions and promotions," we expect to promote one of the officials, and put him into a higher grade. He will begin at the bottom salary, and get automatic increases for two or three years, whatever the various steps may be, and this $4,000 will take care of that. I do not know exactly why it was put in at such a low rate. It is a
new position entirely, and the salary range has not been fixed, we just simply put it in at that figure until such time as we could put it through the Civil Service Commission, with the salary raised and all that sort of thing. It is rather complex and difficult to understand. I have been trying to grasp it for the last three months and I am in my A B C's yet, but I think I understand a little more about it than I did when I began. It is one of the most complicated pieces of machinery I ever saw.