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220. Transfer or promotion.-That, subject to such rules and regulations as the President may from time to time prescribe, and regardless of the department or independent establishment in which the position is located, an employee may be transferred from a position in one grade to a vacant position within the same grade at the same rate of compensation, or promoted to a vacant position in a higher grade at a higher rate of compensation, in accordance with civil service rules, any provision of existing statutes to the contrary notwithstanding: Provided, That nothing herein shall be construed to authorize or permit the transfer of an employee of the United States to a position under the municipal government of the District of Columbia, or an employee of the municipal government of the District of Columbia to a position under the United States. (Mar. 4, 1923, sec. 10, 42 Stat. 1491; 5 U. S.C., sec. 670.)

221. Temporary appointments not made permanent.—That nothing contained in this Act shall be construed to make permanent any temporary appointments under existing law. (Mar. 4, 1923, sec. 11, 42 Stat. 1491; 5 U.S. C., sec. 671.)

222. Readjustment of rates of compensation.—That it shall be the duty of the board to make a study of the rates of compensation provided in this Act for the various services and grades with a view to any readjustment deemed by said board to be just and reasonable. Said board shall after such study and at such subsequent times as it may deem necessary, report its conclusions to Congress with any recommendations it may deem advisable. (Mar. 4, 1923, sec. 12, 42 Stat. 1491; 5 U.S. C., sec. 672.)

223. Compensation schedules.—That the compensation schedules be as follows:

PROFESSIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC SERVICE

The professional and scientific service shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform routine, advisory, administrative, or research work which is based upon the established principles of a profession or science, and which requires professional, scientific, or technical training equivalent to that represented by graduation from a college or university of recognized standing

Grade 1 in this service, which may be referred to as the junior professional grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under immediate supervision, simple and elementary work requiring professional, scientific, or technical training as herein specified but little or no experience.

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 2 in this service, which may be referred to as the assistant professional grade, shall' include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under immediate or general supervision, individually or with a small number of subordinates, work requiring professional, scientific, or technical training as herein specified, previous experience, and, to a limited extent, the exercise of independent judgment.

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 3 in this service, which may be referred to as the associate professional grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, individually or with a small number of trained assistants, under general supervision but with considerable latitude for the exercise of independent judgment, responsible work requiring extended professional, scientific, or technical training and considerable previous experience.

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 4 in this service, which may be referred to as the full professional grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under general supervision, difficult and responsible work requiring considerable professional, scientific, or technical training and experience, and the exercise of independent judgment.

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

Grade 5 in this service, which may be referred to as the senior professional grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under general administrative supervision, important specialized work requiring extended professional, scientific, or technical training and experience, the exercise of independent judgment, and the assumption of responsibility for results, or for the administration of a small scientific or technical organization.

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 6 in this service, which may be referred to as the principal professional grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to act as assistant head of a major professional or scientific organization, or to act as administrative head of a major subdivision of such an organization, or to act as head of a small professional or scientific organization, or to serve, as consulting specialist, or independently to plan, organize, and conduct investigations in original research or development work in a professional, scientific, or technical field.

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 7 in this service, which may be referred to as the head professional 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 professional or scientific bureaus, or to act as the scientific and administrative head of a major professional or scientific bureau, or to act as professional consultant to a department head or a commission or board dealing with professional, scientific, or technical problems, or to perform professional or scientific work of equal importance, difficulty, and responsibility.

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

Grade 8 in this service, which may be referred to as the chief professional grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to act as the administrative head of one of the largest and most important professional or scientific bureaus, or to perform professional or scientific work of equal importance, difficuīty, and responsibility

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

Grade 9 in this service, which may be referred to as the special professional grade, shall include all positions which are or may be specifically authorized or appropriated for at annual rates of compensation in excess of $9,000.

SUBPROFESSIONAL SERVICE

The subprofessional service shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform work which is incident, subordinate, or preparatory to the work required of employees holding positions in the professional and scientific service, and which requires or involves professional, scientific, or technical training of any degree inferior to that represented by graduation from a college or university of recognized standing.

Grade 1 in this service, which may be referred to as the minor subprofessional grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under immediate supervision, the simplest routine work in a professional, scientific, or technical organization.

The annual rate of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $1,020, $1,080, $1,140, $1,200, $1,260, $1,320, and $1,380.

Grade 2 in this service, which may be referred to as the undersubprofessional grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under immediate supervision, assigned subordinate work of a professional, scientific, or technical character, requiring limited training or experience, but not the exercise of independent judgment.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $1,260, $1,320, $1,380, $1,440, $1,500, $1,560, and $1,620.

Grade 3 in this service, which may be referred to as the junior subprofessional grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under immediate supervision, subordinate work of a professional, scientific, or technical character, requiring considerable training or experience, but not the exercise of independent judgment.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $1,440, $1,500, $1,560, $1,620, $1,680, $1,740, and $1,800.

Grade 4 in this service, which may be referred to as the assistant subprofessional grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under immediate supervision, subordinate work of a professional, scientific, or technical character, requiring considerable training or experience, and, to a limited extent, the exercise of independent judgment.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $1,620, $1,680, $1,740, $1,800, $1,860, $1,920, and $1,980.

Grade 5 in this service, which may be referred to as the main subprofessional grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under immediate or general supervision, subordinate work of a professional, scientific, or technical character requiring a thorough knowledge of a limited field of professional, scientific, or technical work, and the exercise of independent judgment, or to supervise the work of a small number of employees performing duties of an inferior grade in the subprofessional service.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $1,800, $1,860, $1,920, $1,980, $2,040, $2,100, and $2,160.

Grade 6 in this service, which may be referred to as the senior subprofessional grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under immediate or general supervision, subordinate but difficult and responsible work of a professional, scientific, or technical character, requiring a thorough knowledge of a limited field of professional, scientific, or technical work, and the exercise of independent judgment, or to supervise the work of a small number of employees holding positions in grade 5 of this service.

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 7 in this service, which may be referred to as the principal subprofessional grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under general supervision, subordinate but responsible work of a professional, scientific, or technical character requiring a working knowledge of the principles of the profession, art, or science involved, and the exercise of independent judgment, or to supervise the work of a small number of employees holding positions in grade 6 of this service.

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 8 in this service, which may be referred to as the chief subprofessional grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under general supervision, subordinate but difficult and responsible work of a professional, scientific, or technical character, requiring a thorough working knowledge of the principles of the profession, art, or science involved, and the exercise of independent judgment, or to supervise the work of a small number of employees holding positions in grade 7 of this service.

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.

CLERICAL, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND FISCAL SERVICE

The clerical, administrative, and fiscal service shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform clerical, administrative, or accounting work, or any other work commonly associated with office, business, or fiscal administration.

Grade 1 in this service, which may be referred to as the underclerical grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under immediate supervision, the simplest routine office work.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $1,260, $1,320, $1,380, $1,440, $1,500, $1,560, and $1,620.

Grade 2 in the service, which may be referred to as the junior clerical grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under immediate supervision, assigned office work requiring training or experience but not the exercise of independent judgment.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $1,440, $1,500, $1,560, $1,620, $1,680, $1,740, and $1,800.

Grade 3 in the service, which may be referred to as the assistant clerical grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under immediate or general supervision, assigned office work requiring training and experience and knowledge of a specialized subject matter or the exercise of independent judgment or to supervise a small section performing simple clerical operations.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $1,620, $1,680, $1,740, $1,800, $1,860, $1,920, and $1,980.

Grade 4 in this service, which may be referred to as the main clerical grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under immediate or general supervision, responsible office work requiring training and experience, the exercise of independent judgment or knowledge of a specialized subject matter, or both, and an acquaintance with office procedure and practice, or to supervise a small stenographic section or a small section performing clerical operations of corresponding difficulty.

The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $1,800, $1,860, $1,920, $1,980, $2,040, $2,100, and $2,160.

Grade 5 in this service, which may be referred to as the senior clerical grade, shall include all classes of positions the duties of which are to perform, under general supervision, difficult and responsible office work requiring considerable training and experience, the exercise of independent judgment or knowledge of a specialized subject matter, or both, and a thorough knowledge 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 train

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