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edge of office procedure and practice, or to supervise a large stenographic section or any large section performing simple clerical operations or to supervise a small section engaged in difficult but routine. office work.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $2,000, $2,100, $2,200, $2,300, $2,400, $2,500, and $2,600.

Grade 6 in this service, which may be referred to as the principal clerical grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under general supervision, exceptionally difficult and responsible office work requiring extended training and experience, the exercise of independent judgment or knowledge of a specialized and complex subject matter, or both, and a thorough knowledge of office procedure and practice, or to serve as the recognized authority or adviser in matters requiring long experience and an exceptional knowledge of the most difficult and complicated procedure or of a very difficult and complex subject, or to supervise a large or important office organization engaged in difficult or varied work.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $2,300, $2,400, $2,500, $2,600, $2,700, $2,800, and $2,900.

Grade 7 in this service, which may be referred to as the assistant administrative grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under general supervision, responsible office work along specialized and technical lines requiring specialized training and experience and the exercise of independent judgment, or as chief clerk to supervise the general business operations of a small, independent establishment or a minor bureau or division of an executive department, or to supervise a large or important office organization engaged in difficult and specialized work.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $2,600, $2,700, $2,800, $2,900, $3,000, $3,100, and $3,200.

Grade 8 in this service, which may be referred to as the associate administrative grade, shall include all classes and positions the duties of which are to perform, under general supervision, difficult and responsible office work along specialized and technical lines requiring specialized training and experience and the exercise of independent judgment, or to supervise a large or important office organization engaged in work involving specialized training on the part of the employees.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $2,900, $3,000, $3,100, $3,200, $3,300, $3,400, and $3,500.

Grade 9 in this service, which may be referred to as the full administrative grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under general supervision, exceptionally difficult and responsible office work along specialized and technical lines, requiring considerable specialized training and experience and the exercise of independent judgment, or as chief clerk, to supervise the general business operations of a large independent establishment or a major bureau or division of an executive department, or to supervise a large or important office organization engaged in work involving technical training on the part of the employees.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $3,200, $3,300, $3,400, $3,500, $3,600, $3,700, and $3,800.

Grade 10 in this service, which may be referred to as the senior administrative grade, shall include all clases of positions the duties of which are to perform, under general supervision, the most difficult and responsible office work along specialized and technical lines, requiring extended training, considerable experience, and the exercise of independent judgment, or to supervise a large or important office organization engaged in work involving considerable technical training and experience on the part of the employees.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $3,500, $3,600, $3,700, $3,800, $3,900, $4,000, and $4,100.

Grade 11 in this service, which may be referred to as the principal administrative grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform the most difficult and responsible office work along specialized and technical lines requiring extended training and experience, and the exercise of independent judgment, or to supervise a large or important office organization engaged in work involving extended training and considerable experience on the part of the employees.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $3,800, $4,000, $4,200, $4,400, and $4,600.

Grade 12. in this service, which may be referred to as the head administrative grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform the most difficult and responsible office work along specialized and technical lines requiring extended training and experience, the exercise of independent judgment, and the assumption of full responsibility for results, or to supervise a large and important office organization engaged in work involving extended training and experience on the part of the employees.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $4,600, $4,800, $5,000, $5,200, and $5,400, unless a higher rate is specifically authorized by law.

Grade 13 in this service, which may be referred to as the chief administrative grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to act as assistant head of a major bureau, or to act as administrative head of a major subdivision of such a bureau, or to act as head of a small bureau, in case professional or scientific training is not required, or to supervise the design and installation of office systems, methods, and procedures, or to perform work of similar importance, difficulty, and responsibility.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $5,600, $5,800, $6,000, $6,200, and $6,400, unless a higher rate is specifically authorized by law.

Grade 14 in this service, which may be referred to as the executive grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to act as assistant head of one of the largest and most important bureaus, or to act as head of a major bureau, in case professional or scientific training is not required, or to supervise the design of systems of accounts for use by private corporations subject to regulation by the United States, or to act as the technical consultant to a department head or a commission or board in connection with technical or fiscal matters, or to perform work of similar importance, difficulty, and responsibility.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $6,500, $6,750, $7,000, $7,250, $7,500, unless a higher rate is specifically authorized by law.

Grade 15 in this service, which may be referred to as the senior executive grade, shall include all classes of positions, the duties of which are to act as the head of one of the largest and most important bureaus, in case professional or scientific training is not required, or to perform work of similar importance, difficulty, and responsibility.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $8,000, $8,250, $8,500, $8,750, $9,000, unless a higher rate is specifically authorized by law.

CRAFTS, PROTECTIVE, AND CUSTODIAL SERVICE The crafts, protective, and custodial service shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to supervise or perform the work of an apprentice, helper, or journeyman in a recognized trade or craft, or other skilled mechanical craft, or the work of an unskilled or skilled laborer, or police or fire protection work, or domestic or other manual or mechanical work involved in the protection, operation, or maintenance of public buildings, premises, and equipment; the transportation of public officers, employees, and property; the transmission of official papers; the guarding of persons in the custody of the Government, and caring for their domestic needs and those of persons in the employ or care of the Government.

Grade 1 in this service, which may be referred to as the junior messenger grade, shall include all classes of positions, the duties of which are to run errands, to check parcels, or to perform other light manual or mechanical tasks with little or no responsibility.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $720, $780, $840, $900, and $960.

Grade 2 in this service, which may be referred to as the officelaborer grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to handle desks, mail sacks, and other heavy objects, and to perform similar work ordinarily required of unskilled laborers; to operate elevators; to clean office rooms; or to perform other work of similar character.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $1,200, $1,260, $1,320, $1,380, $1,440, and $1,500: Provided, That charwomen working part time be paid at the rate of 65 cents an hour, and head charwomen at the rate of 70 cents an hour.

Grade 3 in this service, which may be referred to as the minor crafts, protective, and custodial grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under immediate supervision, custodial, or manual office work with some degree of responsibility, such as operating paper-cutting, canceling, envelope-opening, or envelope-sealing machines; firing and keeping up steam in boilers used for heating purposes in office buildings, cleaning boilers, and oiling machinery and related apparatus; operating passenger or freight automobiles; packing goods for shipment; supervising a large group of charwomen; running errands and doing light manual or mechanical tasks with some responsibility; carrying important documents from one office to another; or attending the door and private office of a department head or other public officer.

The annual rate of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $1,320, $1,380, $1,440, $1,500, $1,560, and $1,620.

Grade 4 in this service, which may be referred to as the under crafts, protective, and custodial grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under general supervision, custodial work of a responsible character, such as guarding office or storage buildings; supervising a small force of unskilled laborers; firing and keeping up steam in heating apparatus and operating the boilers and other equipment used for heating purposes; or performing general, semimechanical, new, or repair work requiring some skill with tools.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $1,500, $1,560, $1,620, $1,680, $1,740, $1,800, and $1,860.

Grade 5 in this service, which may be referred to as the junior crafts, protective, and custodial grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to directly supervise a small detachment of watchmen or building guards; to supervise the operation and maintenance of a small heating plant and its auxiliary equipment; or to perform other work of similar character.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $1,680, $1,740, $1,800, $1,860, $1,920, $1,980, and $2,040.

Grade 6 in this service, which may be referred to as the assistant crafts, protective, and custodial grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to have general supervision over a small force of watchmen or building guards, or to have direction of a considerable detachment of such employees; to supervise a large force of unskilled laborers; to repair office appliances; or to perform other work of similar character.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $1,860, $1,920, $1,980, $2,040, $2,100, $2,160, and $2,220.

Grade 7 in this service, which may be referred to as the main crafts, protective, and custodial grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to supervise the work of skilled mechanics; to supervise the operation and maintenance of a large heating, lighting, and power plant and all auxiliary mechanical and electrical devices and equipment; to assist in the supervision of large forces of watchmen and building guards, or to have general supervision over smaller forces; or to perform other work of similar character.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $2,040, $2,100, $2,160, $2,220, $2,300, $2,400, and $2,500.

Grade 8 in this service, which may be referred to as the senior crafts, protective, and custodial grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to direct supervisory and office assistants, mechanics, watchmen, elevator conductors, laborers, janitors, messengers, and other employees engaged in the custody, maintenance, and protection of a small building, or to assist in the direction of such entployees when engaged in similar duties in a large building; to have general supervision over large forces of watchmen and building guards; or to perform other work of equal difficulty and responsibility.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $2,200, $2,300, $2,400, $2,500, $2,600, $2,700, and $2,800. (Mar. 4, 1923, ch. 265, § 13, 42 Stat. 1491; June 7, 1924, ch. 378, 43 Stat. 669; May 28, 1928, ch. 814, § 1, 45 Stat. 776; July 3, 1930, ch. 850, § 1, 46 Stat. 1003; Aug. 23, 1935, ch. 617, 49 Stat. 724; Aug. 1, 1941, ch. 346, § 4, 55 Stat. 673; Aug. 1, 1942, ch. 543, § 1, 56 Stat. 733.)

AMENDMENTS 1942—Act Aug. 1, 1942, cited to text, amended the compensation paragraphs for grades 1 and 2 of "Subprofessional Service” and also amended the title, opening paragraphs, and grades 1-8 of "Crafts, Protective and Custodial Service."

1941–Act Aug. 1, 1941, cited to text, amended Grades 14 and 15 under "Clerical Administrative, and Fiscal Service" by substituting, "$6,500, $6,750, $7,000, $7,250, $7,500" for "$6,500, $7,000, and $7,500", and "$8,000, $8,250, $8,750, $9,000" for "$8,000, $8,500, and $9,000”, respectively. Said act also amended Grades 7 and 8 under "Professional and Scientific Service" by substituting "$6,500, $6,750, $7,000, $7,250, $7,500" for "$6,500, $7,000, and $7,500", and "$8,000, $8,250, $8,500, $9,000” for “$8,000, $8,500, and $9,000," respectively.

ADJUSTMENT OF PAY AND ALLOCATION OF POSITIONS Section 3 of act Aug. 1, 1942, cited to text, provided as follows: "In adjusting initially the rates of pay of employees affected by the provisions of this Act (amending title 5, SS 673, 681, (d) (viii)), the rules prescribed by section 6 of the Classification Act of 1923, as amended (section 666 of this title), shall govern: Provided, That existing allocations of positions previously made by the Civil Service Commission in the custodial service shall be used for initial pay-adjustment purposes under this Act and shall remain in effect until changed by the Civil Service Commission under provisions of this Act: Provided further, That in the case of positions subject to the allocation jurisdiction of the Civil Service Commission, and allocable to new grades six, seven, eight, nine, and ten of the professional and scientific service or new grades thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, and seventeen of the clerical, administrative, and financial service, no such position shall be allocated to any of such new grades nor any incumbent paid any increased rate under this Act, unless and until the position concerned has been finally allocated to such grade by the Civil Service Commission in accordance with the provisions of this Act: And provided further, That nothing contained in this Act shall operate to decrease the pay of any present employee."

APPROPRIATIONS Sums sufficient to carry out the provisions of act Aug. 1, 1942, cited to text, were appropriated by section 4 of said act.

CROSS REFERENCES Appropriations, repeal, effective date relative to amendment of Aug. 1, 1941, see note under section 667 of this title.

Field positions in grades affected by act Aug. 1, 1942, cited to text, adjustment of compensation by department heads, see note under section 678 of this title.

8 673b. Ascertainment of facts as to duties and responsibilities of positions; review of allocations; change of allocation as affecting pay of incumbent.--The Civil Service Commission shall have

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