September 24, 1903 (9th Parliament, 3rd Session)

CON

Thomas Birkett

Conservative (1867-1942)

Mr. BIRKETT.

I desire to move the following amendment:
Section 12. That all the words after ' shall be ' in the second line of section 12, as proposed to be amended, be struck out, and the following be substituted therefor :-' $4,000 per annum.'
Section 16. The minimum salary of a chief clerk shall be $2,000 per annum, with an increase of $100 per year thereafter until a maximum of $2,600 is reached.
Section 18. The minimum salary of a first-class clerk shall be $1,600 per annum, with an increase of $100 for the first year, and $50 per year thereafter, until a maximum of $2,000 is reached.
Section 20. The minimum salary of a second-class clerk shall be $1,200 per annum, with an increase of $100 the first year, and $50 per year thereafter, until a maximum of $1,600 is .reached.
Section 4, chapter 14. The minimum salary of a junior second-class clerk shall be $700 per annum, with an increase of $50 per year thereafter, until a maximum of $1,200 Is reached.

Topic:   INLAND REVENUE.
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