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14. D63/1: P 75/12
POLICE AND FIREMEN SALARIES
BUSINESS, COMMERCE AND FISCAL AFFAIRS
THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
TO AMEND THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA POLICE AND FIRE-
H.R. 12710 (McMillan et al., by request), a bill to amend the District of
District Government's legislative draft, as per submission to the Speaker 143–151
Raeder, Al, retired battalion chief.
Weinberg, Donald, Chief, Pay Systems and Labor Relations.
Hogan, Hon. Lawrence J., Representative from the State of Maryland
Laundry and Dry Cleaning Association of Greater Washington, Wilmer H.
United States Brewers Association, Bernard F. Maloy, vice president and
and general counsel..
Washington, D.C. Retail Liquor Dealers Association, Hilliard Schulberg,
United Licensees Beverage Association of the District of Columbia, William
0. Woodson, executive secretary-
Comparison, entrance salaries for police private (1969 and 1972) for
47, 67, 98,
Comparison, minimum and maximum salaries paid police privates
Laundry-Dry Cleaning Association of Greater Washington, William H.
Fire Department; District Government:
Peters, James P., Fire Inspector, letter to Chairman Cabell, dated May
Weinberg, Donald H., Chief Pay Systems and Labor Relations Divi-
Metropolitan Washington Board of Trade, John W. Stadtler, president,
Pay Board, Executive Office of the President:
District Government's Application of April 6, 1972 for pay increases__
Pay increases in District of Columbia by wage classifications (1954–71)
25, 45, 62, 67, 69, 97, 1
Comparison, entrance salaries for police privates (1969 and 1971)
Effect of alcoholic beverage tax increases-
200, 203, 207, 215
Employees, District of Columbia government and other cities...
56, 63, 73, 78, 96, 109, 120, 143, 190, 205, 231