64th Congress > House > Vote 140

Date: 1917-02-23

Result: 61-285

Vote Subject Matter: Government Management / Budget Special Interest

Sponsor: MANN, James Robert (R-IL)

Bill number: HR18542

Description: TO CONCUR IN SENATE AMENDMENT #71 TO H. R. 18542 (39 STAT. 1070, MARCH 3, 1917), A BILL MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE LEGISLATIVE, EXECUTIVE, AND JUDICIAL EXPENSES OF THE GOVERNMENT FOR FISCAL 1918 AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES, WHICH AMENDMENT PROVIDES THAT DURING FISCAL 1918 INCREASED COMPEN-SATION OF 15% PER ANNUM TO EMPLOYEE RECEIVING SALARY OF $480, PER ANNUM OR LESS AND OF 10% PER ANNUM TO EMPLOYEES RECEIVING MORE THAN $480 PER ANNUM AND NOT EXCEEDING $1000, PER ANNUM. (P. 4006-1,4018-1)

Original source documents: Congressional Record vol. 54-4, p. 4018; House Journal vol. 64-2, p. 274;

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