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hundred dollars; macbinist, one thousand dollars; twenty-seven captains, at one thousand dollars each; twenty-seven lieutenants, at nine hundred dollars each; sixteen engineers, at one thousand dollars each; sixteen assistant engineers, at nine hundred dollars each; twentyeight drivers, at nine hundred dollars each; one hundred and seventynine privates, at nine hundred dollars each; twenty-seven watchmen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; and one laborer, four hundred and eighty dollars; in all, two hundred and ninety-nine

thousand one hundred and twenty dollars. Miscellaneous. MISCELLANEOUS: For repairs and improvements to engine houses

and grounds, eight thousand five hundred dollars;

For repairs to apparatus and for new apparatus and new appliances,
nine thousand dollars;
· For purchase of bose, nine thousand dollars;

For fuel, seven thousand five hundred dollars;
For purchase of horses, thirteen thousand dollars;
For forage, eighteen thousand dollars;

For rent, three hundred and sixty dollars;
Contingent expenses. For contingent expenses, horseshoeing, furniture, fixtures, washing,

oil, medical and stable supplies, harness, blacksmithing, labor, gas and electric lighting, flags and halyards, and other necessary items, fifteen thousand dollars;

In all, eighty thousand three hundred and sixty dollars. House, etc., south- INCREASE FIRE DEPARTMENT: For house and furniture for an engine

company to be located in the southeastern section of the city, on ground owned by the United States Government, including cost of connecting

said house with fire-aların headquarters, twenty-three thousand dollars; Fire boat.

For construction, under the direction of the Commissioners of the District, of a fire boat, sixty-three thousand dollars;

For one second-size steam fire engine, five thousand three hundred dollars;

For one fourth-size steam fire engine, four thousand five hundred dollars;

For one combination chemical engine and hose wagon, two thousand dollars;

For one fifty-five foot aerial hook-and-ladder truck, to be placed in number five chemical engine house, Congress Heights, District of Columbia, three thousand five hundred dollars;

In all, one hundred and one thousand three hundred dollars.

eastern section:

New apparatus.

Health department.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT. Salaries.

For health officer, three thousand five hundred dollars; chief inspector and deputy health officer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; thirteen sanitary and food inspectors, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; sanitary and food inspector, who shall also inspect dairy products and shall be a practical chemist, one thousand eight bundred dollars; sanitary and food inspector, who shall be a veterinary surgeon and act as inspector of live stock and dairy farms, one thousand two hundred dollars; inspector of marine products, one thousand two hundred dollars; chief clerk and deputy health officer, two thousand two hundred dollars; clerk, one thousand four hundred dollars; four clerks, two of whom may act as sanitary and food inspectors, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; two clerks, at one thousand dollars · each; clerk, six hundred dollars; messenger and janitor, six hundred dollars; pound master, one thousand five hundred dollars; laborers, at not exceeding forty dollars per month, one thousand nine hundred and twenty dollars; ambulance driver, five hundred and forty dollars; four sanitary and food inspectors, who sball be veterinary surgeons, at one thousand dollars each, and three sanitary and food inspectors, at

nine hundred dollars each, to assist in the enforcement of the milk
and pure-food laws, and the regulations relating thereto; in all, forty-
seven thousand three hundred and sixty dollars: Provided, That no Provisos.

Private service proofficer or employee of the health department shall, during his contin- hibited! uance in office, serve in his private capacity for fee, gift, or reward any person licensed to keep or maintain a dairy or dairy farm in said District, or to bring or to send milk into said District, or any person who has applied or is about to apply for such license, or any manufacturer or dealer in foods, drugs, or disinfectants, or similar materials: Provided further, That every place where milk is sold shall be deemed Dairies defined. a dairy under the law for purposes of inspection.' MISCELLANEOUS: For rent of stable, one hundred and twenty dollars. Rent.

For the enforcement of the provisions of the Act to prevent the Prevention of conspread of scarlet fever and diphtheria in the District of Columbia, tagi approved December twentieth, eighteen hundred and ninety, and the Act to prevent the spread of contagious diseases in the District of Vol. 26, p. 691. Columbia, approved March third, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, Vol. 29, p. 635. and for investigating the causes of cases of typhoid fever reported to the health department under the provisions of an Act to require cases of typhoid fever occurring in the District of Columbia to be reported to the health department of said District, approved February fourth, Vol. 82, p. 8. nineteen hundred and two, under the direction of the health officer of said District, including purchase and maintenance of necessary horses, wagons, and harness, and for rent of stable, and rent and maintenance of quarantine station, twenty-five thousand dollars.

For maintaining the disinfecting service, including purchase and Disinfecting service. maintenance of necessary horses, wagons, and barness, and rent of stable, five thousand dollars.

For emergency fund for the enforcement of the provisions of sec- Drainage of lots. tion four of an Act to provide for the drainage of lots in the District Vol. 29, p. 126. of Columbia, approved May nineteenth, eighteen hundred and ninetysix, two thousand five hundred dollars.

For special services in connection with the detection of the adultera Food adulterations. tion of drugs and of foods, including candy and milk, one hundred dollars.

For contingent expenses incident to the enforcement of an Act to Food, etc., inspecregulate the sale of milk in the District of Columbia, and for other purposes, approved March second, eighteen hundred and ninety-five; Vol. 28, p. 709. an Act relating to the adulteration of foods and drugs in the District of Columbia, approved February seventeenth, eighteen hundred and Vol. 30, p. 246. ninety-eight, and an Act to prevent the adulteration of candy in the District of Columbia, approved May fifth, eighteen hundred and ninety Vol. 30, p. 398. eight, and for the maintenance of a chemical laboratory, one thousand dollars.

For the necessary traveling expenses of sanitary and food inspectors Dairy inspection. while traveling outside of the District of Columbia for the purpose of inspecting dairy farms, milk, and other dairy products, one thousand two hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

Garfield and Providence hospitals: For isolating wards for minor Isolating wards in contagious diseases at Garfield and Providence hospitals, maintenance, each, four thousand dollars; in all, eight thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

COURTS. For amount required to pay the reporter of the court of appeals of Court of appeals rethe District of Columbia for volumes of the reports of the opinions of said court, authorized to be furnished by him under section two hun- Vol. 31, p. 1226. dred and twenty-nine of the Code of Laws for the District of Columbia Vol. 32, p. 609. as amended July first, nineteen hundred and two, twenty-two volumes, at five dollars each, one hundred and ten dollars.

tion.

hospitals.

Courts.

ports,

Police court.

FOR THE POLICE COURT: For two judges, at three thousand dollars each; clerk, two thousand dollars; two deputy clerks, at one thousand five hundred dollars each; two deputy clerks, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; deputy, clerk, to be known as financial clerk, one thousand five hundred dollars; three bailiffs, at nine hundred dollars each; deputy marshal, one thousand dollars; janitor, five hundred and forty dollars; engineer, nine hundred dollars; assistant janitors, four hundred and fifty dollars; bailiff, six hundred dollars; in all,

twenty-one thousand and ninety dollars. Miscellaneous MISCELLANEOUS: For witness fees, four thousand dollars;

For repairs of police court building, eigbt hundred dollars;

For repairs to police court furniture and replacing same, two hundred dollars;

For purchase of linoleum or other coverings for the balls, court room, and other rooms of the police court building, six hundred dollars;

For meals of jurors and of bailiffs in attendance upon them when ordered by the court, one hundred dollars;

For rent of property adjoining police court building, for police court and other purposes, six hundred dollars;

For compensation of jurors, eight thousand dollars; :.
In all, fourteen thousand three hundred dollars.

For acquiring, by purchase, or condemnation, additional ground in square numbered four hundred and eighty-nine, in the city of Wash

ington, for a site for a new police-court building, thirty-five-thousand Plans for new build. five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary; for

preparation of plans for said building, two thousand five hundred dollars; in all, thirty-eight thousand dollars.

WRITS OF LUNACY: To defray the expenses attending the execution of writs de lunatico inquirendo and commitments thereunder, in all cases of indigent insane persons committed or sought to be committed to the Government Hospital for the Insane by order of the executive authority of the District of Columbia under the provisions of existing

law, six hundred dollars. Justices of the peace. JUSTICES OF THE PEACE: For ten justices of the peace, at two thou

sand dollars each, and the further sum of two hundred and fifty dollars each for rent, stationery, and other expenses; in all, twenty-two thousand five hundred dollars.

Additional land.

ing

Lunacy writs.

Vol. 32, p. 1043.
Ante, p. 316.

INTEREST AND SINKING FUND.

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For interest and sinking fund on the funded debt, nine hundred and seventy-five thousand four hundred and eight dollars.

EMERGENCY FUND.

Emergency fund.

Proviso. Purchases.

To be expended only in case of emergency, such as riot, pestilence, public insanitary conditions, calamity by flood or fire, and of like character, and in all cases of emergency not otherwise sufficiently provided for, eight thousand dollars: Provided, That in the purchase of all articles provided for in this Act no more than the market price shall be paid for any such articles, and all bids for any of such articles above the imarket price shall be rejected.

Courts and prisons.

FOR COURTS AND PRISONS.

Support of convicts out of District.

SUPPORT OF CONVICTS: For support, maintenance, and transportation of convicts transferred from the District of Columbia, to be expended under the direction of the Attorney-General, forty-five thousand dollars.

COURT-HOUSE, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: For the following force Court-house. necessary for the care and protection of the court-house in the District of Columbia, under the direction of the United States marshal of the District of Columbia: Engineer, one thousand two hundred dollars; three watchmen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; three firemen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; five laborers, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; and seven assistant messengers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; in all, twelve thousand nine hundred and sixty dollars, to be expended under the direction of the Attorney-General.

WARDEN OF THE JAIL: For warden of the jail of the District of' Jail. Columbia, two thousand dollars, to be paid under the direction of the Attorney-General.

SUPPORT OF PRISONERS: For expenses for maintenance of the jail of Maintenance. the District of Columbia, and for support of prisoners tberein, to be expended under the direction of the Attorney-General, forty-six thousand dollars.

Charities and cor CHARITIES AND CORRECTIONS.

rections.

BOARD OF CĦARITIES: For secretary, three thousand dollars; clerk, Board of Charities. one thousand dollars; stenographer, nine hundred dollars; messenger, six hundred dollars; four inspectors, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; traveling expenses, four hundred dollars; four drivers, at six hundred dollars each; in all, eleven thousand one hundred and eighty dollars.

REFORMATORIES AND CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS.

Reformatories.

lum.

FOR WASHINGTON ASYLUM: For superintendent, one thousand five Washington Asy. hundred dollars; visiting physician, one thousand and eighty dollars; resident physician, four hundred and eighty dollars; matron, six hundred dollars; clerk, eight hundred and forty dollars; property clerk, eigbt hundred and forty dollars; baker, six hundred dollars; baker, four hundred and twenty dollars; principal overseer, one thousand two hundred dollars; fifteen overseers, at six hundred dollars each; engineer, six hundred dollars; assistant engineer, four hundred and eighty dollars; second assistant engineer, three hundred and sixty dollars; engineer at hospital for seven and one-half months, at fifty dollars per month; two watchmen, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; two watchmen, at three hundred and sixty-five, dollars each; two night watchmen, at five hundred and forty-eight dollars each; blacksmith and woodworker, five hundred dollars; carpenter, five hundred dollars; driver for dead wagon, three hundred and sixty-five dollars; hostler and driver, two hundred and forty dollars; keeper at female workhouse, three hundred dollars; keeper at female workhouse, one hundred and eighty dollars; two female attendants at almshouse, at one hundred and fifty dollars each; hospital cook, six hundred dollars; chief cook for almshouse and workhouse, six hundred dollars; two assistant cooks, at one hundred and eighty dollars each; two assistant cooks, at one hundred and twenty dollars each; trained nurse, who shall art as superintendent of nursing, six hundred dollars; graduate nurse, three hundred and sixty-five dollars; graduate nurse for receiving ward, three hundred and sixty-five dollars; six orderlies, at three hundred dollars each; pupil nurses, not less than fifteen in number, one thousand one hundred and furty dollars; registered pharmacist, who shall act as hospital clerk, seven hundred and twenty dollars; in all, thirty thousand three hundred and thirty-six dollars.

For contingent expenses, including provisions, fuel, forage, harness and vehicles and repairs to samé, gas, ice, shoes, clothing, dry goods, tailoring, drugs and medical supplies, furniture and bedding, kitchen

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Work house.
Contract.

Almshouse.

Reform School,

utensils, and other necessary items and services, sixty-five thousand dollars.

For repairs to buildings, plumbing, painting, lumber, hardware, cement, lime, oil, tools, cars, tracks, steam heating and cooking apparatus, two thousand dollars.

For continuing erection of a workhouse for males, fifty tbousand dollars; and the Commissioners of the District of Columbia are authorized to enter into contract for the whole work at a cost not to exceed one hundred and ten thousand dollars.

Toward the erection of a municipal almshouse consisting of one or

more plain, substantial buildings, including water supply, heating, *Limit of cost. ventilating, and lighting apparatus, fifty thousand dollars; and the

total cost of said almshouse, including water supply, heating, ventilating, and lighting apparatus under a contract or contracts, which are hereby authorized therefor, shall not exceed one hundred and twentyfive thousand dollars.

For establishment of a workhouse cooking department, dining room for officers, dining room for female prisoners, building and fixtures, four thousand five hundred dollars.

For additional oven, five hundred dollars.

For improvement of hospital kitchen and purchase of kitchen and cooking appliances, two thousand dollars.

For purchase of Bedside tables, chairs, and window shades for hospital, and for the construction of porches for the use of patients, three thousand dollars.

FOR REFORM SCHOOL: For superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; assistant superintendent, one thousand dollars; teachers and assistant teachers, five thousand seven hundred dollars; matron of school, six hundred dollars; four matrons of families, at one hundred and eighty dollars each; two foremen of workshops, at six hundred and sixty dollars each; farmer, four hundred and eighty dollars; engineer, three hundred and ninety-six dollars; assistant engineer, three hundred dollars; baker, cook, shoemaker, and tailor, at three hundred dollars each; laundress, one hundred and eighty dollars; two dining-room servants, seamstress, and chambermaid, at one hundred and forty-four dollars each; florist, three hundred and sixty dollars; watchmen, not to exceed six in number, one thousand six hundred and twenty dollars; secretary and treasurer to board of trustees, six hundred dollars; in all, sixteen thousand five hundred and fifty-two dollars.

For support of inmates, including groceries, four, feed, meats, dry goods, leather, shoes, gas, fuel, hardware, furniture, tableware, farm implements, seeds, harness and repairs to same, fertilizers, books, stationery, plumbing, painting, glazing, medicines and medical attendance, stock, fencing, repairs to buildings, and other necessary items, including compensation, not exceeding nine hundred dollars, for additional labor or services, and for transportation and other necessary expenses incident to securing suitable homes for discharged boys, not exceeding five hundred dollars, all under the control of the Commissioners, twenty-six thousand dollars.

For repairs, one thousand dollars. Reform School for REFORM SCHOOL FOR GIRLs: Superintendent, one thousand two

hundred dollars; treasurer, six hundred dollars; matron, six hundred dollars; two teachers, at six hundred dollars each; overseer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; five teachers of industries, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; engineer, six hundred dollars; assistant engineer, four hundred and twenty dollars; night watchmen, three bundred and sixty-five dollars; laborer, three hundred dollars; in all, eight thousand four hundred and five dollars:

Girls.

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