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Public convenience stations.

ings.

PUBLIC CONVENIENCE STATIONS: For maintenance of public convenience stations, including compensation of necessary employees,

fourteen thousand two hundred dollars. Insanitary build

CONDEMNATION OF INSANITARY BUILDINGS: That not exceeding two thousand five hundred dollars of the unexpended balances of appropriations heretofore made for expenses necessary and incident to the enforcement of the provisions of an Act entitled "An Act to create a board for the condemnation of insanitary buildings in the District of Columbia, and for other purposes," approved May first, nineteen hundred and six, including personal services, when authorized by the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, is hereby reappropriated and continued available during the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and eleven.

Vol. 34, p. 157.

Electrical department.

Salaries.

ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT. Electrical engineer, two thousand five hundred dollars; assistant electrical engineer who shall perform the duties of the electrical engineer in the absence or disability of the latter and shall have the same qualifications as to ability and technical knowledge as is required by law of the head of the department, one thousand eight hundred dollars; three electrical inspectors, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; inspector of lamps, one thousand dollars; electrician, one thousand two hundred dollars; two draftsmen, at one thousand dollars each; three telegraph operators, at one thousand dollars each; three inspectors, at nine hundred dollars each; expert repair man, nine hundred and sixty dollars; four repair men, at nine hundred dollars each; three telephone operators, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; two laborers, at four hundred dollars each; electrical inspector, two thousand dollars; electrical inspector, one thousand eight hundred dollars; electrical inspector, one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars; cable splicer, one thousand two hundred dollars; clerk, one thousand four hundred dollars; clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; two clerks, at one thousand one hundred and twenty-five dollars each; clerk, one thousand and fifty dollars; clerk, seven hundred and fifty dollars; assistant cable splicer, six hundred and twenty dollars; assistant repair man, six hundred and twenty dollars; two assistant repair men, at five hundred and forty dollars each; two laborers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; laborer, four hundred and sixty dollars; four telephone operators, at five hundred and forty dollars each; telephone operator, four hundred and fifty dollars; storekeeper, eight hundred and seventy-five dollars; laborer, six hundred and thirty dollars; in all, forty-six thousand two hundred and ninety-five dollars.

For general supplies, repairs, new batteries, and battery supplies, telephone rental and purchase, wire for extension of the telegraph and telephone service, repairs of lines and instruments, purchase of poles, tools, insulators, brackets, pins, hardware, cross arms, ice, record books, stationery, printing, livery, horses and harness, washing, blacksmithing, forage, extra labor, new boxes, rent of storeroom, and other necessary items, thirteen thousand dollars.

For placing wires of fire-alarm, telegraph, police-patrol, and telephone service underground in existing conduits, including cost of cables, terminal boxes, and posts, connections to and between existing conduits, manholes, handholes, posts for fire-alarm and police boxes, extra labor, and other necessary items, seven thousand dollars, to be

immediately available. Police-patrolsystem. For extension of police-patrol system, including purchase of new

boxes, purchase and erection of the necessary poles, cross arms, insulators, pins, braces, wire, cable, conduit connections, extra labor, and other necessary items, four thousand five hundred dollars.

Supplies

Placing wires underground.

Sess. II. Ch. 248

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Lighting: For illuminating material, lighting, extinguishing, re

Lighting. pairing, and cleaning public lamps on avenues, streets, roads, and alleys; purchasing and expense of erecting and maintaining new lamp-posts, street designations, lanterns, and fixtures; moving lamp-posts, painting lamp-posts and lanterns; replacing and repairing lamp-posts and lanterns damaged or unfit for service; for rent of storeroom, cartage of material, livery, and other necessary items, two hundred and eighty-eight thousand dollars: Provided, That no more than eighteen dollars per annum shall be paid for each gas lamp equipped with a self-regulating flat-flame burner so adjusted as to secure under all ordinary variations of pressure and density a consumption of five cubic feet of gas per hour, nor more than twenty dollars and eighty-five cents per annum for each gas and twenty-two dollars and eighty cents per annum for each oil lamp equipped with an incandescent-mantle burner of not less than sixty candlepower. And during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven the price o expenses prescribed by Congress for lighting each street lamp in the District of Columbia with gas or oil shall be construed to include the cost of the illuminating material used, lighting and extinguishing lamps, repairing, painting, cleaning, purchasing, and expense of erecting and maintaining lamp-posts, street designations, lanterns, and fixtures: Provided, That all of said lamps shall burn every night, on the average, All-night service. from fifteen minutes after sunset to forty-five minutes before 'sunrise: And provided further, That the Commissioners of the District of Street-designation Columbia may purchase, erect, light, and maintain such posts, lanterns, signs, and fixtures for street-designation purposes, in addition to those mentioned above, as in their judgment may be necessary, which lamps shall not be subject to the restrictions of this paragraph except as to the time of burning.

Hereafter contracts shall be entered into for lighting avenues, streets, roads, and alleys in the District of Columbia by oil for a period of not exceeding three years.

For electric arc lighting, and for extensions of such service, not exceeding one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars: Provided,

Maximum per lamp. That not more than eighty-five dollars per annum shall be paid for any electric arc light burning from fifteen minutes after sunset to fortyfive minutes before sunrise, and operated wholly by means of underground wire; and each arc light shall be of not less than one thousand actual candlepower, and no part of this appropriation shall be used for electric lighting by means of wires that may exist on or over any of the streets or avenues of the city of Washington.

The Commissioners of the District of Columbia may, in their dis- Higher power lamps cretion, maintain electric arc lamps of higher candlepower on posts Plaza. already erected in the Union Station Plaza at a rate not to exceed one hundred dollars per lamp per annum for lamps burning from fifteen minutes after sunset until forty-five minutes before sunrise.

For the purchase of twenty-five fire-alarm boxes, and for the purchase and erection of the necessary poles, cross-arms, insulators, pins, braces, wire, cable, conduit connections, posts, extra labor, and other necessary items, five thousand dollars.

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Fire-alarm boxes.

WASHINGTON AQUEDUCT.

Washington Aque. duet.

Maintenance.

For operation, including salaries of all necessary employees, maintenance, and repair of the Washington Aqueduct and its accessories, including Conduit road, the McMillan Park reservoir, and Washington Aqueduct tunnel, and also including the purchase and maintenance of one motor truck, horses, vehicles, and harness, and the care and maintenance of the stable, thirty-three thousand dollars.

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For care, including salaries of all necessary employees, maintenance, and operation of the Washington Aqueduct, District of Columbia, filtration plant, and for each and every purpose connected therewith, eighty-two thousand dollars.

For emergency fund, to be used only in case of a serious break requiring immediate repair in one of the important aqueduct or filtration plant structures, such as a dam, conduit, tunnel, bridge, building, or important piece of machinery, all expenditures from this appropriation to be reported in detail to Congress, five thousand dollars.

For continuation of parking grounds around McMillan Park reservoir, formerly known as Washington City reservoir, two thousand dollars.

For the construction of works to provide for the preliminary treatment of Potomac water by means of a coagulant, for purchase of coagulant, and for each and every purpose connected with the construction and operation of the plant, twenty-seven thousand five ·hundred dollars.

For the purchase, installation, and maintenance of water meters to be placed on water services of the Government Printing Office, the United States Navy-Yard, and the Municipal building of the District of Columbia, said meters to be purchased, installed, maintained and remain under the observation and control of the officer in charge of the Washington Aqueduct, seven thousand dollars.

('oagulant plant.

Meters for Government Printing Office, etc.

Rock Creek Park.

ROCK CREEK PARK.

Care, etc.

For care and improvement of Rock Creek Park, and of the Piney Branch parkway entrance to said park from Sixteenth street extended, exclusive of building for superintendent's residence, to be expended under the direction of the board of control of said park, seventeen thousand five hundred dollars.

Public schools.

PUBLIC SCHOOLS.

Salaries.
Officers.

Attendance officers.

Teachers.

OFFICERS: Superintendent of public schools, five thousand dollars; two assistant superintendents, at three thousand dollars each; director of intermediate instruction, thirteen supervising, principals, and supervisor of manual training, fifteen in all, at a minimum salary of two thousand two hundred dollars each; secretary, two thousand dollars; clerk, one thousand four hundred dollars; two clerks, at one thousand dollars each; clerk to carry out the provisions of the child labor law, nine hundred dollars; two stenographers, at eight hundred and forty dollars each; messenger, seven hundred and twenty dollars; in all, fifty-two thousand seven hundred dollars.

ATTENDANCE OFFICERS: Two attendance officers, at six hundred dollars each; attendance officer, nine hundred dollars; in all, two thousand one hundred dollars.

TEACHERS: For one thousand seven hundred and thirty-four teachers, to be assigned as follows:

Principals of normal, high, and manual training schools, nine in all, at a minimum salary of two thousand dollars each;

Director of primary instruction, at a minimum salary of one thousand eight hundred dollars;

Directors of music, drawing, physical culture, domestic science, domestic art, and kindergartens, six in all, at a minimum salary of one thousand five hundred dollars each;

Assistant director of primary instruction, at a minimum salary of one thousand four hundred dollars;

Assistant directors of music, drawing, physical culture, domestic science, domestic art, and kindergartens, six in all, at a minimum salary of one thousand three hundred dollars each;

Restriction,

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Exclusions irom Group A, class 6.

Vol. 34, p. 316.

Manual training, etc., teachers.

Heads of departments in high and manual training schools in Group B of class six, twelve in all, at a minimum salary of one thousand nine hundred dollars each;

Teachers of the normal, high, and manual training schools promoted for superior work, Group B of class six, seven in all, at a minimum salary of one thousand nine hundred dollars each: Provided, Provisos,

Promotions to Group That hereafter no teacher shall be eligible to Group B, class six, who B, class 6. has not attained the maximum of Group A: And provided further, That hereafter no more than seven teachers shall be promoted in any one year from Group A, class six, to Group B, class six: And mal, ele teachers. provided further, That teachers now employed in Group A, class six, in the normal, high, and manual training schools, or hereafter to be appointed in the said normal, high, or manual training schools, may be placed in said Group. A, class six, and receive their longevity increase according to their previous number of years of experience in teaching in accredited normal, high, or manual training schools: Provided, however, That nothing contained herein or in the Act approved June twentieth, nineteen hundred and six, shall be construed to authorize the promotion or appointment to Group A, class six, of teachers of manual training, drawing, physical culture, music, domestic science, and domestic art in the normal, high, and manual training schools, and those who have not passed the required examination and do not possess the qualifications provided in the said Act: And provided further, That teachers of manual training, drawing, physical culture, music, domestic science, and domestic art in the normal, high, and manual training schools shall continue in classes four and five, and be entitled only to the longevity pay provided for said classes.

Teachers in Group A of class six, two hundred and eleven in all, at a minimum salary of one thousand dollars each;

Teachers in class five, one hundred and fifty-nine in all, at a minimum salary of nine hundred and fifty dollars each;

Teachers in class four, four hundred and thirty-five in all, at a minimum salary of eight hundred dollars each;

Teachers in class three, four hundred and eighty-six in all, at a minimum salary of six hundred and fifty dollars each;

Teachers in class two, three hundred and thirty-six in all, at a minimum salary of six hundred dollars each;

Teachers in class one, sixty-four in all, at a minimum salary of five hundred dollars each;

Teachers in the normal, high, and manual training schools not eligible to the salary of class six by reason of the provisions of section four of the Act entitled “An Act to fix and regulate the salaries of teachers, school officers, and other employees of the board of education of the District of Columbia,” approved June twentieth, nineteen hundred and six, to be paid in strict conformity with the provisions of the said Act, as follows:

One at a salary of nine hundred dollars;

In all for teachers, one million three hundred and thirty-four thousand five hundred and fifty dollars.

LIBRARIANS AND CLERKS: Twenty-three librarians and clerks to be assigned as follows:

Librarian in class four, one at a minimum salary of eight hundred dollars;

Librarians and clerks in class three, twelve in all, at a minimum salary of six hundred and fifty dollars each;

Librarians and clerks in class two, five in all, at a minimum salary of six hundred dollars each;

Librarians and clerks in class one, five in all, at a minimum salary of five hundred dollars each;

In all for librarians and clerks, fourteen thousand one hundred dollars.

Restriction.
Vol. 34, p. 316.

Librarians and clerks,

Principals.
Additional pay.

Vol. 34, p. 320.

Provisos.

No sex, etc., discriminations.

Restriction on employment.

Longevity pay. LONGEVITY PAY: Longevity pay for director of intermediate in

struction, supervising principals, supervisor of manual training, principals of the normal, high, and manual training schools, heads of departments, director and assistant director of primary instruction, directors and assistant directors of drawing, physical culture, music, domestic science, domestic art, and kindergartens, teachers, clerks,

librarians and clerks, and librarians to be paid in strict conformity Vol. 34, p. 320. with the provisions of the Act entitled “An Act to fix and regulate

the salaries of teachers, school officers, and other employees of the board of education of the District of Columbia," approved June twentieth, nineteen hundred and six, three hundred and fifty-five thousand dollars.

ALLOWANCE TO PRINCIPALS: Allowance to principals of grade school buildings for services rendered as such, in addition to their grade salary, to be paid in strict conformity with the provisions of the Act entitled “An Act to fix and regulate the salaries of teachers, school oflicers, and other employees of the board of education of the District of Columbia,” approved June twentieth, nineteen hundred and six, thirty-eight thousand five hundred dollars.

Provided, That in assigning salaries to teachers no discrimination shall be made between male and female teachers employed in the same grade and performing a like class of duties; and it shall not be lawful to pay, or authorize or require to be paid, from any of the salaries of teachers herein provided, any portion or percentage thereof for the purpose of adding to salaries of higher or lower grades.

Provided further, That no teacher, of the whole number appropriated for herein, shall be employed as, or required to discharge the

duties of, a clerk or librarian. Night schools. Salaries.

Night SCHOOLS: Salaries of teachers and janitors of night schools, including teachers of industrial, commercial, and trade instruction, and teachers and janitors of night schools may also be teachers and

janitors of day schools, seventeen thousand five hundred dollars. Supplies.

For contingent and other necessary expenses of night schools, including equipment and the purchase of all necessary articles and supplies for classes in industrial, commercial, and trade instruction,

two thousand five hundred dollars. Kindergarten supplies.

KINDERGARTEN SUPPLIES: For kindergarten supplies, two thousand eight hundred dollars.

JANITORS AND CARE OF BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS: Superintendent of janitors, one thousand two hundred dollars;

For care of Central High School and annex, two thousand dollars;
Of the Business High School, one thousand eight hundred dollars;
Of the Jefferson Building, one thousand four hundred dollars;
Of the Western High School, one thousand four hundred dollars;
Of the Franklin School, one thousand four hundred dollars;

Of the Eastern High School and M Street High School, two in all, at one thousand two hundred dollars each;

Of the McKinley Manual Training School, one thousand eight hundred dollars:

For engineer and instructor in steam engineering at the McKinley Manual Training School, one thousand two hundred dollars.

For assistant engineer at the McKinley Manual Training School, six hundred dollars;

Of the Armstrong Manual Training School, one thousand two hundred dollars;

For engineer and instructor in steam engineering at the Armstrong Manual Training School, one thousand dollars;

For assistant engineer at the Armstrong Manual Training School, six hundred dollars;

Of the Stevens School, one thousand two hundred dollars;

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Janitors and of buildings and grounds.

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