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Flags.

House of Detention.

telephoning, photographs, printing, binding, gas, ice, washing, meals for prisoners, furniture and repairs thereto, beds and bed clothing, insignia of office, purchase of horses, horse and vehicle for superintendent, bicycles, motor cycles, police equipments and repairs to the same, harness, forage, repairs to vehicles, van, and patrol wagons and saddles, mounted equipments, and expenses incurred in the prevention and detection of crime, repairs to rented buildings, and other necessary expenses, thirty-five thousand dollars; of which amount

a sum not exceeding five hundred dollars may be expended by the Detection of crime. major and superintendent of police for the prevention and detection

of crime under his certificate, approved by the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, and every such certificate shall be deemed a sufficient voucher for the sum therein expressed to have been ex

pended: Provided, That the War Department may, in its discretion, Mounted equip- furnish the District Commissioners for the use of the police, upon

requisition, such worn mounted equipment as may be required;

For flags and halyards for station houses, one hundred dollars;
In all, forty-four thousand six hundred dollars.

HOUSE OF DETENTION: To enable the Commissioners of the District of Columbia to provide transportation, including the purchase and maintenance of necessary horses, wagons, and harness, and a suitable place for the reception, transportation, and detention of children under seventeen years of age and, in the discretion of the commissioners, of girls and women over seventeen years of age, arrested by the police on charge of offense against any law in force in the District of Columbia, or held as witnesses, or held pending final investigation or examination, or otherwise, including salaries of two clerks, at nine hundred dollars each; four drivers, at six hundred dollars each; hostler, five hundred and forty dollars; six guards, at six hundred dollars each; and three matrons, at six hundred dollars each, thirteen thousand five hundred and eighty dollars, or so

much thereof as may be necessary. Harbor patrol. HARBOR PATROL: Two engineers, at one thousand dollars each;

fireman, six hundred dollars; watchman, five hundred and forty dollars; deck hand, five hundred and forty dollars; in all, three thousand six hundred and eighty dollars.

For fuel, construction, maintenance, repairs, and incidentals, two thousand dollars.

In all, five thousand six hundred and eighty dollars.

Fuel, etc.

Fire department.

FIRE DEPARTMENT.

Salaries.

Chief engineer, three thousand five hundred dollars; deputy chief engineer, two thousand five hundred dollars; three battalion chief engineers, at two thousand dollars each; fire marshal, two thousand dollars; deputy fire marshal, one thousand four hundred dollars; two inspectors, at one thousand and eighty dollars each; chief clerk, one thousand six hundred. dollars; clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; thirty-six captains, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; thirty-seven lieutenants, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; superintendent of machinery, one thousand eight hundred dollars; assistant superintendent of machinery, one thousand two hundred dollars; twenty-two engineers, at one thousand one hundred and fifty dollars each; twenty-two assistant engineers, at one thousand one hundred dollars each; two pilots, at one thousand one hundred and fifty dollars each; two marine engineers, at one thousand one hundred and fifty dollars each; two assistant marine engineers, at one thousand one hundred dollars each; two marine firemen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; thirty-seven drivers, at one thousand one hundred and fifty dollars each; thirty-seven assistant

drivers, at one thousand one hundred dollars each; two hundred and seven privates of class two, at one thousand and eighty dollars each; thirty-nine privates of class one, at nine hundred and sixty dollars each; laborer, four hundred and eighty dollars; in all, five hundred and twenty thousand six hundred and thirty dollars.

MISCELLANEOUS: For repairs and improvements to engine houses Miscellaneous. and grounds, ten thousand dollars;

For repairs to apparatus and for new apparatus and new appliances, including motor vehicles and other motor-driven apparatus, thirteen thousand dollars;

For purchase of hose, fifteen thousand dollars;
For fuel, fifteen thousand dollars;
For purchase of horses, fifteen thousand dollars;
For forage, twenty-eight thousand dollars;
For repairs and improvements of the fire boat, five hundred dollars;

For contingent expenses, horseshoeing, furniture, fixtures, oil, Contingentexpenses. medical and stable supplies, harness, blacksmithing, gas and electric lighting, flags and halyards, and other necessary items, twenty-five thousand dollars;

In all, one hundred and twenty-one thousand five hundred dollars.

INCREASE, FIRE DEPARTMENT: For house, site, and furniture for an engine company, to be located in the northwest section of the city, in the vicinity of Rock Creek Church road and Georgia avenue, including the cost of necessary instruments for receiving alarms and connecting said house with fire-alarm headquarters, thirty thousand dollars;

For one fire engine, seven thousand five hundred dollars;
For one chemical fire engine, three thousand six hundred dollars;
In all, forty-one thousand one hundred dollars.

New house, northern suburbs.

New apparatus.

HEALTH DEPARTMENT.

Health department.

Salaries.

Health officer, four thousand dollars; assistant health officer, who shall be a physician, and during the absence or disability of the health officer shall act as health officer and discharge the duties incident to that position, two thousand five hundred dollars; chief clerk and deputy health officer, two thousand five hundred dollars; clerk, one thousand four hundred dollars; five clerks, two of whom may act as sanitary and food inspectors, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; three clerks, at one thousand dollars each; clerk, seven hundred and twenty dollars; chief inspector and deputy health officer, one thousand eight hundred dollars; assistant chief inspector, one thousand six hundred dollars; fourteen sanitary and food inspectors, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; two inspectors, at one thousand dollars each; two inspectors, at nine hundred dollars each; 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 dairies and dairy farms, one thousand dollars; five sanitary and food inspectors, who shall be veterinary surgeons, at one thousand dollars each, and five 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; sanitary and food inspector, who shall also inspect dairy products and shall be a practical chemist, one thousand eight hundred dollars; messenger and janitor, six hundred dollars; skilled laborer, six hundred dollars; driver, six hundred dollars; pound master, one thousand five hundred dollars; and for laborers, at not exceeding fifty dollars per month, three thousand six hundred dollars; in all, sixty-four thousand five hundred and twenty dollars.

MISCELLANEOUS: For rent of stable, one hundred and twenty dollars.

Stable rent.

Prevention of contagious diseases.

Vol. 29, p. 635.
Vol. 34, p. 889.

tion, etc.

Vol. 35, p. 126.

Proriso.

Drainage of lots.
Vol. 29, p. 125.

For the enforcement of the provisions of an Act to prevent the spread of contagious diseases in the District of Columbia, approved March third, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, and an Act for the prevention of scarlet fever, diphtheria, measles, whooping cough, chicken pox, epidemic cerebro-spinal meningitis, and typhoid fever

in the District of Columbia, approved February ninth, nineteen hunTuberculosis regula- dred and seven, and an Act to provide for registration of all cases of

tuberculosis in the District of Columbia, for free examination of sputum in suspected cases, and for preventing the spread of tuberculosis in said District, approved May thirteenth, nineteen hundred and eight, under the direction of the health officer of said District, including salaries or compensation for personal services not exceeding ten thousand dollars when ordered in writing by the commissioners

and necessary for the enforcement and execution of said Acts, purHorses, wagons, etc. chase and maintenance of necessary horses, wagons, and harness,

rent of stables, purchase of reference books and medical journals, and maintenance of quarantine station and smallpox hospital,

twenty-four thousand five hundred dollars: Provided, That any bacteathination dicam ik siologist employed and paid under this appropriation may be assigned supply.

by the health officer to the bacteriological examination of milk and of other dairy products and of the water supplies of dairy farms, whether such examinations be or be not directly related to conta

gious diseases. Disinfecting service. For maintenance of the disinfecting service, including salaries or

compensation for personal services when ordered in writing by the commissioners and necessary for the maintenance of said service, and for purchase and maintenance of necessary horses, wagons, and harness, and rent of stable, five thousand dollars.

For the enforcement of the provisions of an Act to provide for the

drainage of lots in the District of Columbia, approved May nineteenth, Abatement of nuis eighteen hundred and ninety-six, and an Act to provide for the abate

ment of nuisances in the District of Columbia by the Commissioners of said District, and for other purposes, approved April fourteenth, nineteen hundred and six, two thousand five hundred dollars.

For special services in connection with the detection of the adulteration of drugs and of foods, including candy and milk, one hundred

dollars. Bacteriologicallabo- . For the equipment and maintenance of the bacteriological labora

tory, including the purchase of reference books and scientific journals,

five hundred dollars. Expenses.

For contingent expenses incident to the enforcement of an Act to regulate the sale of milk in the District of Columbia, and for other

purposes, approved March second, eighteen hundred and ninety-five; Adulterations, food, an Act relating to the adulteration of foods and drugs in the District vor 350, pp. 246, 398. of Columbia, approved February seventeenth, eighteen hundred and

ninety-eight; an Act to prevent the adulteration of candy in the District of Columbia, approved May fifth, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight; an Act for preventing the manufacture, sale, or transportation of adulterated or misbranded or poisonous or deleterious foods, drugs, medicines, and liquors, and for regulating traffic therein, and for other purposes, approved June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six, and for the purchase and maintenance of a package motor

cycle, one thousand dollars. Inspecting dairy For necessary expenses of inspection of dairy farms, including

amounts that may be allowed to the health officer, and assistant health officer, medical inspector in charge of contagious disease service, and inspectors assigned to the inspection of dairy farms, for the maintenance of horse and vehicle, or motor vehicle, for use in the discharge of their official duties, not to exceed three hundred and sixty-five dollars per annum each, and other necessary traveling expenses, six thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

ances.

Vol. 34, p. 114.

Food adulterations.

ratory.

Sale of milk, etc.
Vol. 28, p. 709,

Pure food law.
Vol. 34, p. 768.

farms.

Garfield and Providence hospitals: For isolating wards for minor Isolating wards in

hospitals. contagious diseases at Garfield Memorial and Providence hospitals, maintenance, six thousand dollars and four thousand dollars, respectively, or so much thereof as may be necessary; in all, ten thousand dollars.

For maintenance, including personal services, of the public crematory, three thousand dollars.

Public crematory.

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ports.

Vol. 32, p. 609.

Juvenile court.
Salaries.

Miscellaneous.

For amount required to pay the reporter of the court of appeals pocouri of appeals reof the District of Columbia for volumes of the reports of the opinions of said court, authorized to be furnished by him under section two hundred and twenty-nine of the Code of Laws for the District of Columbia as amended July first, nineteen hundred and two, twentytwo volumes, at five dollars each, namely, eleven copies each of volumes thirty-four and thirty-five, one hundred and ten dollars.

JUVENILE COURT: For judge, three thousand dollars; clerk, two thousand dollars; deputy clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars, who is authorized to act as clerk in the absence of that officer; chief probation officer, one thousand five hundred dollars; probation officer, one thousand two hundred dollars; probation officer, one thousand dollars; bailiff, seven hundred dollars; janitor, five hundred and forty dollars; in all, eleven thousand one hundred and forty dollars.

Miscellaneous: For compensation of jurors, one thousand seven hundred and forty dollars;

For rent, two hundred and forty dollars;

For furniture, fixtures, and equipments, and repairs to the courthouse and grounds, three hundred dollars;

For fuel, ice, gas, and laundry work, stationery, printing, law books, books of reference, periodicals, typewriter and repairs thereto, binding and rebinding, preservation of records, mops, brooms, and buckets, removal of ashes and refuse, telephone service, traveling expenses, and other incidental expenses not otherwise provided for, one thousand dollars;

In all, three thousand two hundred and eighty dollars.

Provided, That hereafter all moneys paid by order of the juvenile Deposits of receipts court under the provisions of an Act of Congress approved March for support of a bantwenty-third, nineteen hundred and six, entitled “An Act making Vol. 34, p. 87. it a misdemeanor in the District of Columbia to abandon or willfully neglect to provide for the support and maintenance by any person of his wife or his or her minor children in destitute or necessitous circumstances," and Acts amendatory thereto, which are now collected and disbursed by the clerk of said court, shall be deposited weekly by said clerk with the collector of taxes of the District of Columbia and covered into the Treasury to the credit of the appropriated trust fund account denominated Miscellaneous Trust Fund Deposits, District of Columbia, and all expenditures therefrom shall be made Expenditures. and accounted for in the manner now required by law for other expenditures of the government of the District of Columbia, and the said expenditures shall be made weekly on pay rolls approved and certified by the juvenile court.

POLICE COURT: For two judges, at three thousand six hundred 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; seven bailiffs, at nine hundred dollars each; deputy marshal, one thousand dollars; janitor, five hundred and forty dollars; engineer, nine hundred dollars; assistant engineer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; fireman, four hundred and eighty dollars; two assistant janitors, at three hundred

Police court.
Salaries.

Disposition of unclaimed moneys.

Miscellaneous.

dollars each; matron, six hundred dollars; three charmen, at three hundred and sixty dollars each; in all, twenty-eight thousand three hundred and twenty dollars.

Hereafter all moneys remaining in the hands of the clerk of the police court for a period of two years and more for which claim or demand has not been made by the persons entitled thereto shall be paid over by the said clerk to the collector of taxes of the District of Columbia, to be by him deposited in the Treasury to the credit of the revenues of the District of Columbia and of the United States in equal parts.

Miscellaneous: For printing, law books, books of reference, directories, periodicals, stationery, binding and rebinding, preservation of records, typewriters and repairs thereto, fuel, ice, gas, electric lights and power, telephone service, laundry work, removal of ashes and rubbish, mops, brooms, buckets, dusters, sponges, painters' and plumbers' supplies, toilet articles, medicines, soap and disinfectants, United States flags and halyards, and all other necessary and incidental expenses not otherwise provided for, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars;

For witness fees, four thousand dollars;

For furniture for the police court and repairing and replacing same, two hundred dollars;

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

For compensation of jurors, ten thousand dollars;
For repairs to the police-court building, five hundred dollars;

For the purpose of extending the cold-air inlet for the fans in the police court, so that it may insure pure air, and for other necessary work, as estimated for by the municipal architect, three hundred dollars:

In all, seventeen thousand three hundred and fifty 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, two thousand eight hundred dollars.

MUNICIPAL COURT: For five judges, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; clerk, one thousand five hundred dollars; two assistant clerks, at one thousand dollars each; janitor, four hundred and eighty dollars; in all, sixteen thousand four hundred and eighty dollars;

For rent of building, one thousand five hundred dollars;

For contingent expenses, including books, law books, books of reference, fuel, light, telephone rental, and all other necessary miscellaneous items and supplies, seven hundred and fifty dollars;

For equipping the clerk's office with two steel file cases for the safe preservation of records, and removing the old wooden ones now in use, nine hundred dollars.

In all, for the municipal court, nineteen thousand six hundred and thirty dollars.

Lunacy writs.

Vol. 33, p. 740.

Municipal court.
Salaries.

Expenses.

Interest and sinking fund.

INTEREST AND SINKING FUND.

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

Emergency fund.

EMERGENCY FUND.

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

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