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Purchases.

provided for, eight thousand dollars: Provided, That in the purchase provisor
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 market price shall be rejected.

FOR COURTS AND PRISONS.

Courts and prisons.

Court

Custodian.

Jail.
Warden.

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

COURT-HOUSE, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: For the following force Court-house, care, necessary for the care and protection of the court-house in the Dis- etc. trict 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; three messengers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; in all, ten thousand and eighty. dollars, to be expended under the direction of the Attorney-General.

Court OF APPEALS BUILDING, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: For the building, care, etc. following force, necessary for the care and protection of the court of appeals building: Two watchmen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; one elevator operator, at seven hundred and twenty dollars; two laborers, at four hundred and eighty dollars each: Provided, That the clerk of the court of appeals shall be the custodian

Proviso. of said building, under the direction and supervision of the justices of said court; in all, three thousand one hundred and twenty dollars.

WARDEN OF THE JAIL: For warden of the jail of the District of 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 the District of Columbia, including pay of guards and all other necessary personal services, and for support of prisoners therein, to be expended under the direction of the Attorney-General, sixty thousand dollars.

FEES OF WITNESSES, SUPREME COURT: For fees of witnesses in the Supreme court. supreme court of the District of Columbia, and for payment of the actual expenses of witnesses in said court, as provided by section eight hundred and fifty, Revised Statutes of the United States, fifteen thousand dollars.

FEES OF JURORS, SUPREME COURT: For fees of jurors in the supreme court of the District of Columbia, fifty-five thousand dollars.

PAY OF BAILIFFS: For payment of not exceeding one crier in each Pay oi bailiffs, etc. court, of office deputy marshals who act as bailiffs or criers, and for the expense of meals and lodgings for jurors in United States cases and of bailiffs in attendance upon the same when ordered by the court, twenty-seven thousand dollars.

MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES: For payment of such miscellaneous Miscellaneous. expenses as may be authorized by the Attorney-General for the supreme court of the District of Columbia and its officers, including the furnishing and collecting of evidence where the United States is or may be a party in interest, including also such expenses as may be authorized by the Attorney-General for the court of appeals, District of Columbia, twenty-five thousand dollars.

Maintenance.

Witness fees,

R, S., sec. 850, p. 160

Jurory sees,

CHARITIES AND CORRECTIONS.

Charities aná corrections.

Board of Charities.
Salaries, etc.

BOARD OF CHARITIES: Secretary, three thousand dollars; clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; stenographer, one thousand two hundred dollars; messenger, six hundred dollars; inspector, one thousand two hundred dollars; two inspectors, at one thousand dollars each;

two inspectors, at nine hundred dollars each; two inspectors, at eight hundred and forty dollars each; driver, at seven hundred and eighty dollars; three drivers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; hostler, five hundred and forty dollars; traveling expenses, four hundred dollars; in all, sixteen thousand five hundred and sixty dollars.

Reformatories.

REFORMATORIES AND CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS.

Washington Asylum. WASHINGTON ASYLUM: Superintendent, one thousand eight hunSalaries.

dred dollars; visiting physician, one thousand and eighty dollars; resident physician, four hundred and eighty dollars; clerk, eight hundred and forty dollars; property clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; baker, six hundred dollars; principal overseer, one thousand five hundred dollars; sixteen overseers, at six hundred and sixty dollars each; engineer, nine hundred dollars; assistant engineer, four hundred and eighty dollars; second assistant engineer, four hundred and eighty dollars; engineer at hospital for seven and one-half months, at fifty dollars per month; engineer at new workhouse for seven and one-half months, at fifty dollars per month; two watchmen, at four hundred and eighty 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; hospital cook, six hundred dollars; chief cook for workhouse, six hundred dollars; four assistant cooks, at one hundred and eighty dollars each; trained nurse, who shall act as superintendent of nursing, seven hundred and twenty dollars; two graduate nurses, at four hundred and twenty-five dollars each; graduate nurse for receiving ward, four hundred and twenty-five dollars; two nurses for annex wards, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; six orderlies, at three hundred dollars each; pupil nurses, not less than twenty in number (nurses to be paid not to exceed one hundred and twenty dollars per annum during first year of service, and not to exceed one hundred and fifty dollars per annum during second year of service), two thousand seven hundred and fisty dollars; registered pharmacist, who shall act as hospital clerk, seven hundred and twenty dollars; gardener, five hundred and forty dollars; herdsman, three hundred and sixty-five dollars; florist, three hundred dollars; tailor, one hundred and eighty dollars; housekeeper, three hundred dollars; laundryman, six hundred dollars; temporary labor, not to exceed two thousand four hundred dollars; in all, thirty-nine thousand six hundred and forty

one dollars. Contingentexpenses. For provisions, fuel, forage, harness and vehicles and repairs to

same, gas, ice, shoes, clothing, dry goods, tailoring, drugs and medical supplies, furniture and bedding, kitchen utensils, and other necessary items, 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 installing electric wiring and fixtures, one thousand dollars.

For payment to the beneficiaries named in section three of “An Act making 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," approved March twenty-third, nineteen hundred and six, two thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be disbursed by the disbursing officer of the District of Columbia on itemized vouchers duly audited and approved by the auditor of said District.

Payments to families,

Vol. 34, p. 87,

Home for Aged and Infirm.

Salaries.

HOME FOR THE AGED AND INFIRM: Superintendent, one thousand two hundred dollars; matron, six hundred dollars; clerk, nine hundred dollars; baker, four hundred and eighty dollars; two female attendants, at three hundred dollars each; chief cook, six hundred dollars; two male attendants, at three hundred and sixty dollars each; chief engineer, nine hundred dollars; assistant engineer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; second assistant engineer, four hundred and eighty dollars; three firemen, at three hundred dollars each; physician and pharmacist, four hundred and eighty dollars; two nurses, at three hundred and sixty dollars each; two assistant cooks, at two hundred and forty dollars each; blacksmith and woodworker, five hundred and forty dollars; farmer, five hundred and forty dollars; three farm hands, at three hundred and sixty dollars each; dairyman, three hundred and sixty dollars; tailor, three hundred and sixty dollars; seamstress, two hundred and forty dollars; laundryman, five hundred and forty dollars; hostler and driver, two hundred and forty dollars; three servants, at one hundred and forty-four dollars each; temporary labor, six hundred dollars; in all, fourteen thousand seven hundred and twelve dollars;

For provisions, fuel, forage, harness and vehicles and repairs to Contingent expenses. same, ice, shoes, clothing, dry goods, tailoring, drugs and medical supplies, furniture and bedding, kitchen utensils, and other necessary items, twenty-four thousand dollars;

For repairs and improvements to buildings and grounds, one thousand five hundred dollars;

For completing fire protection, one thousand five hundred dollars;

In all, for Home for Aged and Infirm, forty-one thousand seven hundred and twelve dollars.

NATIONAL TRAINING SCHOOL FOR Boys: For care and maintenance of boys committed to the National Training School for Boys by the courts of the District of Columbia under a contract to be made by innates. the Board of Charities with the authorities of said National Training School for Boys, twenty-seven thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

REFORM SCHOOL FOR GIRLs: Superintendent, one thousand two hundred dollars; treasurer, six hundred dollars; matron, six hundred Salaries. dollars; three teachers, at six hundred dollars each; overseer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; six teachers of industries, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; engineer, six hundred dollars; assistant engineer, four hundred and eighty dollars; night watchman, four hundred and eighty dollars; two laborers, at three hundred dollars each; in all, nine thousand nine hundred and sixty dollars;

For groceries, provisions, light, fuel, soap, oil, lamps, candles, cloth- Contingentexpenses ing, shoes, forage, horseshoeing, medicines, medical attendance, hack hire, transportation, labor, sewing machines, fixtures, books, stationery, horses, vehicles, harness, cows, pigs, fowls, sheds, fences, repairs, and other necessary items, twelve thousand dollars;

In all, for Reform School for Girls, twenty-one thousand nine hundred and sixty dollars.

TRANSPORTATION of prisoners: For conveying prisoners to the prisone portation workhouse, including salary of driver, not to exceed seven hundred and twenty dollars, and the purchase and maintenance of necessary horses, wagons, and harness, two thousand dollars.

National Training School for Boys.

Maintenance of

Reform Schooi for Girls.

Transportation of

MEDICAL CHARITIES.

Medical charities.

For the care and treatment of indigent patients, under a contract Freedmen's Hospital. to be made with the Freedmen's Hospital and Asylum by the Board of Charities, twenty-five thousand five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

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Columbia Hospital for Women.

Hos

Georgetown University Hospital,

George Washington

Hos

For the care and treatment of indigent patients, under a contract to be made with the Columbia Hospital for Women and Lying-in Asylum by the Board of Charities, not to exceed twenty thousand dollars.

For repairs to Columbia Hospital, three thousand dollars.

For new boiler, one thousand five hundred dollars. Children's Hospital. For the care and treatment of indigent patients, under a contract

to be made with the Children's Hospital by the Board of Charities,

not to exceed fourteen thousand dollars. Homeopathic Hos For the care and treatment of indigent patients, under a contract pital.

to be made with the National Homeopathic Hospital Association by

the Board of Charities, not to exceed eight thousand dollars. Emergency

For emergency care and treatment of, and free dispensary service pital.

to, indigent patients under a contract or agreement to be made with the Central Dispensary and Emergency Hospital by the Board of

Charities, fifteen thousand dollars. Eastern Dispensary. For emergency care and treatment of, and free dispensary service

to, indigent patients under a contract or agreement to be made with the Eastern Dispensary by the Board of Charities, nine thousand

dollars. Home for Incurables. For the care and treatment of indigent patients under a contract

to be made with the Washington Home for Incurables by the Board of Charities, five thousand dollars.

For care and treatment of indigent patients, under a contract to be made with the Georgetown University Hospital by the Board of Charities, three thousand dollars.

For care and treatment of indigent patients, under a contract to be University Hospital.

made with the George Washington University Hospital by the Board

of Charities, three thousand dollars. Tuberculosis

TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL: Superintendent, one thousand eight pital.

hundred dollars; resident physician, four hundred and eighty dollars; pharmacist and clerk, seven hundred and twenty dollars; superintendent of nurses, seven hundred and twenty dollars; matron, six hundred dollars; pathologist, three hundred dollars; seven graduate nurses, at four hundred and twenty dollars each; chief cook, five hundred and forty dollars; two assistant cooks, at one hundred and eighty dollars each; engineer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; assistant engineer, six hundred dollars; assistant engineer, four hundred and eighty dollars; two firemen, at three hundred dollars cach; elevator conductor, three hundred dollars; laundryman, four hundred and eighty dollars; two laundresses, at one hundred and eighty dollars each; laborer, three hundred and sixty dollars; night watchman, three hundred and sixty dollars; three orderlies, at three hundred and sixty dollars each; two ward maids, at one hundred and eighty dollars each; four servants, at one hundred and eighty dollars each; in all, fourteen thousand eight hundred and eighty dollars, or so much

thereof as may be necessary; Contingentexpenses.

For provisions, fuel, forage, harness, and vehicles and repairs to same, gas, ice, shoes, clothing, dry goods, tailoring, drugs and medical supplies, furniture and bedding, kitchen utensils, books and periodicals not to exceed fifty dollars, temporary services not to exceed one thousand dollars, and other necessary items, twenty-nine thousand dollars:

For necessary equipment for pathological laboratory, to be immediately available, three hundred dollars;

For repairs and improvements to buildings and grounds, seven

hundred and fifty dollars; Mortuary.

For erection of mortuary, three thousand dollars;

In all, for Tuberculosis Hospital, forty-seven thousand nine hundred and thirty dollars.

Salaries.

The Commissioners of the District of Columbia are authorized to acceptanceoi volun

tary medical service. accept voluntary medical service for public charitable institutions.

CHILD-CARING INSTITUTIONS.

Care of children.

Board of Children's

Expenses.

Advances to agent.

BOARD OF CHILDREN'S GUARDIANS: For administrative expenses, G Boralidos including expenses in placing and visiting children, city directory, and all office and sundry expenses, three thousand one hundred dollars;

For agent, one thousand eight hundred dollars; executive clerk. Salaries. one thousand two hundred dollars; one placing officer, one thousand dollars; two placing officers, at nine hundred dollars each; investigating clerk, nine hundred dollars; record clerk, seven hundred and twenty dollars; visiting inspector, seven hundred and twenty dollars; clerk, six hundred and sixty dollars; messenger, three hundred and sixty dollars; in all, nine thousand one hundred and sixty dollars;

For maintenance of feeble-minded children, (white and colored), Feeble-minded chiltwenty thousand dollars;

For board and care of all children committed to the guardianship a Board, etc., of chilof said board by the courts of the District, and for the temporary care of children pending investigation or while being transferred from place to place, with authority to pay not more than one thousand five hundred dollars to institutions adjudged to be under sectarian control and not more than three hundred dollars for burial of children dying while under charge of the board, forty thousand dollars;

In all, for board of children's guardians, seventy-two thousand two hundred and sixty dollars.

The said board of children's guardians is authorized to accept unteceptance of volvoluntary aid in the placement and supervision of children under its care.

The disbursing officer of the District of Columbia is authorized to advance to the agent of the board of children's guardians, upon requisitions previously approved by the auditor of the District of Columbia and upon such security as may be required of said agent by the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, sums of money not to exceed two hundred dollars at any one time, to be used for expenses in placing and visiting children, traveling on official business of the board, and for office and sundry expenses, all such expenditures to be accounted for to the accounting officers of the District of Columbia within one month on itemized vouchers properly approved.

INDUSTRIAL HOME SCHOOL FOR COLORED CHILDREN: Superintendent, one thousand two hundred dollars; matron of school, four Children. hundred and eighty dollars; two caretakers, at three hundred and sixty dollars each; two assistant caretakers, at three hundred dollars each; two teachers, at four hundred and eighty doilars each; sewing teacher, three hundred and sixty dollars; manual-training teacher, four hundred and eighty dollars; farmer, four hundred and eighty dollars; watchman, three hundred dollars; cook, two hundred and forty dollars; laundress, two hundred and forty dollars; in all, six thousand and sixty dollars;

For temporary services, not to exceed five hundred dollars;

For maintenance, including purchase and care of horses, wagons, and harness, six thousand dollars;

For furniture and manual-training equipment, four hundred and fifty dollars;

For repairs and improvements to buildings and grounds, five hundred dollars;

In all, for Industrial Home School for Colored Children, thirteen thousand five hundred and ten dollars: Provided, That all moneys

Receipts from sale received at said school as income from sale of products and from of products, etc. payment of board of instruction, or otherwise, shall be paid over to

Industrial Home School for Colored

Salaries.

Expenses.

Proviso.

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