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Of the Emery, the new Mott, Henry D. Cooke, Van Buren, and Wallach buildings, five in all, at one thousand dollars each;
Of the Birney and annex, Brookland, Bryan, Curtis, Dennison, Force, Gage, Gales, Garfield, Garnet, Grant, Henry, Johnson and annex, Langdon, Lincoln, Lovejoy, Miner, Monroe and addition, Peabody, Seaton, Sumner, and Webster school buildings, and one new building to relieve the Franklin and Thompson schools, twentythree in all, at nine hundred dollars each;
Of the Armstrong Manual Training, McKinley Manual Training, two in all, at eight hundred dollars each;
Of the Abbott, Berrett, Sayles J. Bowen, Brightwood, John F. Cook, Cranch, old Mott, Randall
, Syphax, and Tenley buildings, ten in all, at seven hundred dollars each;
Of the Adams, i Addison, Ambush, Amidon, Anthony Bowen, Arthur, Banneker, Bell, Benning (white), Blair, Blake, Blow, Bradley, Brent, Briggs, Bruce, Buchanan, Carberry, Cardozo, Chevy Chase, Cleveland Park, Congress Heights, Corcoran, Dent, Douglass, Edmunds, Eckington, Fillmore, French, Garrison, Giddings, Greenleaf, Harrison, Hayes, Hilton, Hubbard, Hyde, Jackson, Jones, Ketcham, Langston, Lenox, Logan, Ludlow, Madison, Magruder, Maury, Montgomery, Morgan, Morse, Patterson, Payne, Petworth, Phelps, Phillips, Pierce, Polk, Potomac, Ross, Abby S. Simmons, Slater, Smallwood, Takoma, Taylor, Thomson, Toner, Towers, Twining, Tyler, Van Ness, Webb, Weightman, Wheatley, Wilson, Woodburn, and Wormley buildings, and one eight-room building adjacent to Johnson School, seventy-seven in all, at six hundred dollars each;
Of the Benning (colored), Brightwood Park, Deanwood, Hamilton, Kenilworth, McCormick, Orr, Reno, Reservoir, Stanton, and Threlkeld buildings, eleven in all, at three hundred dollars each;
Of the Bunker Hill, Conduit Road, Chain Bridge Road, Fort Road, Fort Slocum, Military Road, Ivy City, and Burrville buildings, eight in all, at one hundred and twenty dollars each;
For care of smaller buildings and rented rooms, including cooking and manual-training schools, wherever located, at a rate not to exceed seventy-two dollars per annum for the care of each schoolroom, ten thousand dollars;
In all, one hundred and thirteen thousand nine hundred and sixty dollars.
MEDICAL INSPECTORS: Twelve medical inspectors of public schools, Medical inspectors. four of whom shall be of the colored race, at five hundred dollars each, six thousand dollars: Provided, That said inspectors shall be ap- competitive exampointed by the commissioners only after competitive examination, inations. and shall have had at least five years' experience in the practice of medicine in the District of Columbia, and shall perform their duties under the direction of the health officer and according to rules formulated from time to time by him, which shall be subject to the approval of the board of education and the commissioners.
MISCELLANEOUS: For rent of school buildings, repair shop, storage and stock rooms, sixteen thousand dollars.
For amount required to rent, equip, and care for temporary rooms for classes above the second grade, now on half time, and to provide for the estimated increased enrollment that may be caused by the operation of the compulsory-education law and for the purchase of all necessary articles and supplies to be used in the course of instruction which may be provided for atypical and ungraded classes, thirteen thousand dollars.
For repairs and improvements to school buildings and grounds and Repairs, etc. for repairing and renewing heating and ventilating apparatus, sixty thousand dollars.
Temporary roomg, etc.
For necessary repairs to and changes in plumbing in existing school buildings, forty thousand dollars. A detailed statement shall be submitted to Congress of the expenditure of the foregoing sum, and for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven estimates shall be submitted in detail as to the particular school buildings requiring unusual
repairs of and changes in plumbing. Manual training ex.
For the purchase and repair of tools, machinery, material, and books, and apparatus to be used in connection with instruction in manual training, and for incidental expenses connected therewith, twenty thousand dollars.
For fuel, gas, and electric light and power, eighty-five thousand
dollars. Furniture, etc.
For furniture, including also clocks, pianos, and window shades for new school buildings, additions to buildings, kindergartens, and also tools and furnishings for manual-training, cooking, and sewing schools, as follows: One eight-room building to take the place of the Potomac School, two thousand dollars; one eight-room building in or near Cleveland Park, two thousand dollars; one four-room addition to the Benning School, one thousand dollars; one four-room addition adjacent to Chevy Chase School, one thousand dollars; one four-room addition to Lovejoy School, one thousand dollars; one two-room building in or near Brookland, five hundred dollars; six kindergartens, two thousand dollars; two manual-training shops, six hundred dollars; one sewing school, one hundred and fifty dollars; one cooking school, three hundred dollars; in all, ten thousand five
hundred and fifty dollars, to be immediately available. Contingent expenses.
For contingent expenses, including furniture and repairs of same, stationery, printing, ice, purchase and repair of equipment for highschool cadets, and other necessary items not otherwise provided for, including an allowance of three hundred dollars each for livery of horse or garage of an automobile for the superintendent of schools, and for the superintendent of janitors, and including not exceeding one thousand dollars for books, books of reference, and periodicals, forty-seven thousand five hundred dollars.
For purchase of pianos for school buildings and kindergarten schools, at an average cost not to exceed three hundred dollars each, one
thousand dollars. Supplies for pupils.
For text-books and school supplies for use of pupils of the first eight grades, who at the time are not supplied with the same, to be distributed by the superintendent of public schools under regulations to be made by the board of education of the District of Columbia, and for the necessary expenses of the purchase, distribution, and preservation of said text-books and supplies, including one bookkeeper and custodian of text-books and supplies, at one thousand two hundred dollars, and one assistant, at six hundred dollars, sixty-seven thousand dollars: Provided, That the board of education, in its discretion, is authorized to make exchanges of such books and other educational publications now on hand as may not be desirable for use.
For purchase of United States flags, eight hundred dollars. Playgrounds.
For equipment, grading, and improving six additional school playgrounds, one thousand dollars.
For maintenance and repairing twenty-four playgrounds now estab
lished, one thousand two hundred dollars. School gardens. For utensils, material, and labor, for establishment and maintenance
of school gardens, one thousand two hundred dollars.
For extending the telephone system to one eight-room building in buildings.
the third division (Johnson annex), one eight-room building in the second division (Cleveland Park), and one eight-room building in the eighth division (new Potomac), including the cost of the necessary wire, cable, poles, cross arms, braces, conduit connections, extra labor, and
Telephones to new
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other necessary items to be expended under the electrical department, one thousand dollars.
For purchase of apparatus and for extending the equipment and for Apparatus for phys. the maintenance of the physics department in the Central, Eastern, Western, and M Street high schools, two thousand dollars.
Any unexpended balances in the “Act making appropriations to provide for the expenses of the government of the District of Columbia Use of unexpended for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and ten, and for other purposes," to rent, equip, and care for temporary rooms for classes above the second grade now on half time, and to provide for the estimated increased enrollment that may be caused by the operation of the compulsory-education law, is hereby reappropriated and made immediately available for the purchase, erection, equipment, and maintenance of portable schoolhouses for temporary use.
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS: For complete equipment of the extension grounds. to the Business High School, including class-room furniture, general building furnishings, furniture and equipment for the commercial department, drawing rooms, laboratories, library, teachers' retiring rooms, gymnasium, and furnishing and installing automatic-clock system and extending telephone system to the entire building, eighteen thousand dollars.
For complete equipment of the addition to the Western High School, including new furniture for the old building, rewiring for clock system, extension of telephone system, introduction of the vacuum cleaning system, and for electric lighting the whole building, fourteen thousand dollars.
For the complete equipment of the third extension to McKinley Manual Training School, including necessary additions to the equipment of the shops, drawing rooms, and laboratories, for the purchase of a piano for the assembly hall, and for clock and telephone systems for the entire building, twenty-two thousand dollars.
Toward the construction of a normal-school building on lots seventy-six to one hundred and six, of Parker and Pulsifer subdivision of Columbia Heights, and the total cost of said building under a contract which is hereby authorized therefor shall not exceed two hundred and fifty-seven thousand four hundred dollars, one hundred thousand dollars.
For construction of an eight-room extensible school building on site north of Spring road and west of Thirteenth street, sixty-five thousand dollars.
For purchase of additional ground in the immediate vicinity of the Orr School, not exceeding eight thousand dollars.
For construction of a six-room manual training school building on site of old High Street School, forty-two thousand dollars.
For construction of a twelve-room building west of Seventh street and north of Q street, and the total cost of said building under a contract which is hereby authorized therefor shall not exceed one hundred thousand dollars, fifty thousand dollars.
For the construction of an eight-room building for Randle Highlands, District of Columbia, to be erected on a suitable site to be donated of not less than one acre of ground, the location thereof to be determined by the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, sixty-four thousand dollars.
For central heating plant for the M Street High School, the Abby Simmons School, and the Douglass School, to be immediately available, thirty thousand dollars.
For construction of an addition to the Armstrong Manual Training School, sixty-five thousand dollars.
For purchase of a site adjacent to the Ivy City School, approximately thirty-two thousand square feet, not exceeding three thousand dollars.
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Fireproof stairways, etc.
Cost of sites, etc.
For construction of a six-room building at Ivy City, forty-five thousand dollars.
For site for Normal School Numbered Two, north of ( street, west of North Capitol street, and east of Seventh street and Georgia avenue, not exceeding forty thousand dollars.
For construction of a manual training school building on grounds of Cardozo School, forty thousand dollars.
For purchase of seven thousand five hundred square feet of ground adjoining the Brookland School for playground, not exceeding one thousand five hundred dollars.
For purchase of ground for the erection of a schoolhouse west of the Soldiers' Home Grounds, east of Sherman avenue and New Hampshire avenue, south of Rock Creek road and north of Girard street, approximately forty thousand square feet, not exceeding twenty
thousand dollars. McKinley Manual Any unexpended balance not obligated in the "Act making approTraining School. L'se of unexpended priations to provide for the expenses of the government of the District
of Columbia for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and nine, for the completion of the McKinley Manual Training School Building” is hereby reappropriated and made immediately available for the further extension of that building.
For additional amount for Repairs and improvements to school buildings and grounds” for the purpose of providing additional fire protection, such as fireproofing heating apparatus, fireproofing corridors, alterations to heat and vent flues, and construction of fireproof storage for fuel and ashes, and the purchase and erection of fire extinguishers and fire alarms, to be immediately available, thirtyseven thousand five hundred dollars.
That the total cost of the sites and of the several and respective buildings herein provided for, when completed upon plans and specifications to be previously made and approved, shall not exceed the several and respective sums of money herein respectively appropriated or authorized for such purposes.
That the plans and specifications for all buildings provided for in this Act shall be prepared under the supervision of the municipal architect of the District of Columbia and shall be approved by the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, and shall be constructed in conformity thereto.
School buildings authorized and appropriated for herein shall be constructed with all doors intended to be used as exits or entrances opening outward and each of said buildings having in excess of eight rooms shall have at least four exits. No part of any appropriation carried in this Act shall be used for the maintenance of school in any building unless all outside doors thereto used as exits or entrances shall open outward and be kept unlocked every school day from
one-half hour before until one-half hour after school hours. Appropriations for
All appropriations for sites for school buildings and for the construction of school buildings contained in this Act are hereby made immediately available.
COLUMBIA INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB: For expenses pupils.
attending the instruction of deaf and dumb persons admitted to the
Columbia Institution for the Deaf and Dumb from the District of R.S.sec. 1864, p. 942. Columbia, under section forty-eight hundred and sixty-four of the
Revised Statutes, and as provided for in the Act approved March first, nineteen hundred and one, and under a contract to be entered into with‘the said institution by the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, ten thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.
For the maintenance and tuition of colored deaf-mutes of teachable age belonging to the District of Columbia in the Maryland School
Preparation and approval.
Doors to open outward.
sites, etc., immediately available.
Deaf and dumb
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for Colored Deaf-Mutes, as authorized in an Act of Congress approved March third, nineteen hundred and five, and under a contract to be entered into by the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, six thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.
For the instruction of indigent blind children of the District of Indigent blind chilColumbia, in Maryland or some other State, under a contract to be entered into by the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, six thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.
Major and superintendent, four thousand dollars; assistant superintendent, with rank of inspector, two thousand five hundred dollars; three inspectors, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; eleven captains, at one thousand five hundred dollars each; chief clerk, who shall also be property clerk, two thousand dollars; clerk and stenographer, one thousand five hundred dollars; clerk, who shall be assistant property clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; three clerks, at one thousand dollars each; four surgeons of the police and fire departments, at six hundred dollars each; additional compensation for twenty privates detailed for special service in the detection and prevention of crime, four thousand eight hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary; twelve lieutenants, one of whom shall be harbor master, at one thousand three hundred and twenty dollars each; forty-five sergeants, one of whom may be detailed for duty in the harbor patrol, at one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars each; five hundred and twenty-five privates of class three, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; síxty-one privates of class two, at one thousand and eighty dollars each; seventy-three privates of class one, at nine hundred dollars each; amount required to pay salaries of privates of class two who will be promoted to class three and privates of class one who will be promoted to class two during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, six thousand two hundred and ninety-nine dollars and ninety-nine cents; six telephone operators, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; fourteen janitors, at six hundred dollars each; messenger, seven hundred dollars; messenger, five hundred dollars; major and superintendent, mounted, two hundred and forty dollars; inspector, mounted, two hundred and forty dollars; fifty-five captains, lieutenants, sergeants, and privates, mounted, at two hundred and sixty dollars each; sixty-four lieutenants, sergeants, and privates, mounted, on bicycles, at fifty dollars each; twenty-six drivers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; three police matrons, at six hundred dollars each; in all, nine hundred and thirty-five thousand six hundred and eighty-nine dollars and ninety-nine cents.
The major and superintendent of police shall detail two privates of labor forcing
To aid in the support of the National Bureau of Criminal Identification, to be expended under the direction of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, provided the several departments of the General Government may be entitled to like information from time to time as is accorded the police departments of various municipalities privileged to membership therein, three thousand dollars.
MISCELLANEOUS: For fuel, four thousand dollars;
Repairs. For miscellaneous and contingent expenses, including the purchase pe Miscellaneous of new wagons, rewards for fugitives, modern revolvers, maintenance of card system, stationery, city directories, periodicals, telegraphing,
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Criminal Identifica. tion Bureau.