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Industrial School.

Salaries.

Expenses.

the Commissioners of the District of Columbia to be expended by them in the support of the school during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven.

INDUSTRIAL HOME School: Superintendent, one thousand five hundred dollars; matron, four hundred and eighty dollars; three matrons, at three hundred and sixty dollars each; two assistant matrons, at three hundred dollars each; housekeeper, three hundred and sixty dollars; sewing teacher, three hundred and sixty dollars; nurse, three hundred dollars; manual-training teacher, six hundred dollars; florist, seven hundred and twenty dollars; engineer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; farmer, five hundred and forty dollars; cook, two hundred and forty dollars; laundress, two hundred and forty dollars; two housemaids, at one hundred and eighty dollars each; temporary labor, not to exceed four hundred dollars; in all, eight thousand five hundred dollars;

For maintenance, including purchase and care of horse, wagon, and harness, thirteen thousand dollars;

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

For new boiler, one thousand dollars ;

In all, for the Industrial Home School, twenty-four thousand dollars;

For the care and maintenance of children under a contract to be made with the National Association for the Relief of Destitute Colored Women and Children by the Board of Charities, not to exceed nine thousand nine hundred dollars.

For the care and maintenance of children under a contract to be made with the Washington Home for Foundlings by the Board of

Charities, five thousand four hundred dollars. Saint Ann's Asylum. For the care and maintenance of children under a contract to be

made with Saint Ann's Infant Asylum by the Board of Charities, five thousand four hundred dollars.

Home for destitute colored children.

Home for Foundlings.

Temporary homes.

TEMPORARY HOMES.

Grand Army Soldiers' Home.

Municipal lodging Municipal lodging house and wood and stone yard, namely: Superbouse.

intendent, one thousand two hundred dollars, cook, three hundred and sixty dollars; foreman, three hundred and sixty dollars; night watchman for six months, at twenty-five dollars per month, one hundred and fifty dollars; maintenance, including rent, one thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars; in all, three thousand eight hundred and ninety dollars.

Temporary IIome for ex-Union Soldiers and Sailors, Grand Army of the Republic, namely: Superintendent, one thousand two hundred dollars; janitor, three hundred and sixty dollars; cook, three hundred and sixty dollars; maintenance, four thousand dollars; in all, five thousand nine hundred and twenty dollars, to be expended under the direction of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia; and exsoldiers and sailors of the Spanish war and the war with Mexico shall

also be admitted to the Home. Hope and Help Mis For the care and maintenance of women and children under a con

tract to be made with the Florence Crittenton Hope and Help Mission by the Board of Charities, maintenance, three thousand dollars.

HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE: For support of the indigent insane of the District of Columbia in the Government Hospital for the Insane in said District, as provided by law, three hundred and twelve thousand

four hundred dollars. Deporting nonresi

For deportation from the District of Columbia of nonresident insane Vol. 30, 811. persons, in accordance with the Act of Congress “to change the pro

ceedings for admission to the Government Hospital for the Insane in

sion.

Support of indigent insane.

dent insane.

of Charities.

'certain cases, and for other purposes," approved January thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, three thousand dollars.

That in expending the foregoing sum the disbursing officer of the Advances to Board District of Columbia is authorized to advance to the secretary of the Board of Charities, upon requisitions previously approved by the auditor of the District of Columbia, and upon such security as the Commissioners of the District of Columbia may require of said secretary, sums of money not exceeding three hundred dollars at one time, to be used only for deportation from the District of nonresident insane persons, and to be accounted for monthly on itemized vouchers to the accounting officers of the District of Columbia.

RELIEF OF THE POOR: For relief of the poor, including pay of physi- Relief of the poor. cians to the poor at not exceeding one dollar per day each, who shall be appointed by the Commissioners of the District of Columbia on the recommendation of the health officer, twelve thousand dollars.

TRANSPORTATION OF PAUPERS: For transportation of paupers, Transporting pauthree thousand dollars.

pers.

MILITIA OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

Militia.

For the following, to be expended under the authority and direction Expenses. of the commanding general, who is hereby authorized and empowered to make necessary contracts and leases, namely:

For expenses of camps, including hire of horses for officers required Camps, etc. to be mounted, and such hire not to be deducted from their mounted pay, instruction, practice marches and practice cruises, drills, and parades, rent, fuel, light, heat, care, and repair of armories, practice ships, boats, machinery, and dock, dredging alongside of dock, telephone service, and for general incidental expenses of the service, forty-seven thousand dollars.

For lockers, furniture, and gymnastic apparatus for armories, one thousand nine hundred and eighty-eight dollars.

For printing, stationery, and postage, two thousand one hundred and fifty dollars.

For cleaning and repairing uniforms, arms, and equipments, and contingent expenses, two thousand dollars.

For custodian in charge of United States property and storerooms, one thousand dollars.

For clerk, office of the adjutant-general, one thousand dollars.
For expenses of rifle practice and matches, one thousand dollars.

For pay of troops, other than government employees, to be dis-
bursed under the authority and direction of the commanding general,
twenty-four thousand dollars: Provided, That all moneys collected on
account of deductions made from the pay of any officer or enlisted of property.
man of the National Guard of the District of Columbia on account of
government property lost or destroyed by such individual shall be
repaid into the United States Treasury to the credit of the oflicer of
the Militia of the District of Columbia who is accountable to the
United States Government for such property lost or destroyed: Pro-
vided further, That all moneys collected on account of deductions
made from the pay of any officer or enlisted man of the National
Guard of the District of Columbia for or on account of any violation
of the regulations governing said national guard shall be held by the
commanding general of the Militia of the District of Columbia, who
is authorized to expend such moneys for necessary clerical and general
expenses of the service, heretofore or hereafter incurred, including law
books and books of reference, or for the pay of troops, other than
government employees; and for all moneys so expended the com-
manding general shall make an accounting in like manner as for the
appropriation disbursed for pay of troops: Provided further, That any tiones

Use of appropria

Pay.

Provisos.
Deductions for loss

Use of fines, etc.

from pay.

Extension of water mains.

of the moneys appropriated for the District of Columbia Militia may be used to supplement specific appropriations or allotments which

may be found insufficient for the purposes for which made, and Additional rations. authority is hereby given to supplement the regular ration by pur

chase of such additional articles of subsistence as may be deemed Authority to deduct necessary: Provided further, That the commanding general of the

District of Columbia Militia is hereby authorized to make such deduc

tions from any pay of any officer or enlisted man derived from approR.S., see. 1661, p. 290. priations or allotments made under the provisions of section sixteen

hundred and sixty-one, United States Revised Statutes or other Federal enactment as may be necessary to reimburse the United States or the District of Columbia for public property lost, destroyed, or damaged by such individual.

EXTENSION OF WATER MAINS. Congress Heights. Toward the extension of water trunk mains to Congress Heights,

District of Columbia, said sum to be in addition to the sums herein appropriated from the revenues of the water department, fifty thousand dollars.

For the extension of twelve inch water main from Elliot place along the Conduit road to Weaver Terrace, and for laying eight inch water mains in Forty-seventh place, Ashby street, Edmund street, and Sherrier place, said sum to be in addition to the sums herein appro

priated from the revenues of the Water Department, twenty-four Prorisos.

thousand dollars: Provided, That assessments for water mains hereLevy of assessments. Vol. 33, p. 244. inbefore provided for shall be levied in accordance with the provisions

of an Act approved April twenty-second, nineteen hundred and four, entitled “An Act authorizing the laying of water mains and service

sewers in the District of Columbia, the levying of assessments therefor, Deposit of assess- and for other purposes”: And provided further, That all such assess

ments when collected shall be covered into the Treasury to the credit of the revenues of the District of Columbia and the revenues of the United States in equal parts.

Conduit road, etc.

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Water department.

WATER DEPARTMENT.

Payable from water revenues.

in

The following sums are hereby appropriated to carry on the operations of the water department, to be paid wholly from its revenues,

namely: Revenue and For revenue and inspection branch: Water registrar, who shall also spection branch.

perform the duties of chief clerk, two thousand one hundred dollars; clerk, one thousand five hundred dollars; clerk, one thousand four hundred dollars; index clerk, one thousand four hundred dollars; three clerks, at one thousand dollars each; three meter computers, at one thousand dollars each; chief inspector, one thousand dollars; meter clerk, one thousand dollars; eight inspectors, at nine hundred dollars each; eleven inspectors, at eight hundred dollars each; mes

senger, six hundred dollars: Distribution branch. For distribution branch: Superintendent, three thousand dollars;

draftsman, one thousand five hundred dollars; foreman, one thousand five hundred dollars; clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; clerk, one thousand dollars; timekeeper, nine hundred dollars; assistant foreman, nine hundred dollars; three steam engineers, at one thousand one hundred dollars each; assistant engineer, two thousand four hundred dollars; assistant engineer, one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars; leveler, one thousand two hundred dollars; two rodmen, at nine hundred dollars each; two chainmen, at six hundred and seventy-five dollars each; draftsman, one thousand and fifty dollars; clerk, one thousand five hundred dollars; two clerks, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; storekeeper, nine hundred dollars; assist

tem, etc.

ant storekeeper, seven hundred and fifty dollars; assistant foreman, one thousand two hundred and seventy-five dollars; assistant foreman, one thousand two hundred dollars; assistant foreman, one thousand one hundred and twenty-five dollars; chief steam engineer, one thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; three assistant steam engineers, at eight hundred and seventy-five dollars each; four oilers, at six hundred and ten dollars each; three firemen, at eight hundred and seventy-five dollars each; inspector, one thousand two hundred dollars; janitor, nine hundred dollars; watchman, eight hundred and seventy-five dollars; watchman, seven hundred dollars; watchman, six hundred and ten dollars; two drivers, at seven hundred dollars each; two messengers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; clerk, one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars; clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; clerk, one thousand and fifty dollars; clerk, nine hundred dollars; driver, six hundred and thirty dollars; in all, eightythree thousand nine hundred and thirty-five dollars.

For contingent expenses, including books, blanks, stationery, print- Contingent expenses. ing, postage, damages, purchase of technical reference books and periodicals not to exceed seventy-five dollars, and other necessary items, five thousand five hundred dollars.

For fuel, repairs to boilers, machinery, and pumping stations, pipe Operating expenses distribution to high and low service, material for high and low service, including public hydrants and fire plugs, and labor in repairing, replacing, raising, and lowering mains, laying new mains and connections, and erecting and repairing fire plugs, and purchase and maintenance of two motor trucks, horses, wagons, carts, and harness necessary for the proper execution of this work, and including a sum not exceeding eight hundred dollars for the purchase and use of bicycles by inspectors of the water department, forty-one thousand dollars.

For continuing the extension of and maintaining the high-service High-service syssystem of water distribution, laying necessary service and trunk mains for low service, and purchasing, installing, and maintaining water meters on services to such private residences and to such business places as may not be required to install meters under existing regulations as may be directed by the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, said meters at all times to remain the property of the District of Columbia, to include all necessary land, machinery, buildings, mains, and appurtenances, and labor, and the purchase and maintenance of horses, wagons, carts, and harness necessary for the proper execution of this work, so much as may be available in the water fund during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, after providing for the expenditures hereinbefore authorized, is hereby appropriated. Sec. 2. That the services of draftsmen, assistant

engineers, levelers, melemporary draftstransitmen, rodmen, chainmen, computers, copyists, overseers, and inspectors temporarily required in connection with sewer, street, or road work, or the construction and repair of buildings and bridges, or any general or special engineering or construction work authorized by appropriations may be employed exclusively to carry into effect

said appropriations when specifically and in writing ordered by the Commissioners of the District; and all such necessary expenditures for the proper execution of said work shall be paid from and equitably charged against the sums appropriated for said work; and the Commissioners Report. of the District in their annual estimates shall report the number of such employees performing such services, and their work, and the sums paid to each, and out of what appropriation: Provided, That the expenditures hereunder shall not exceed sixty-five thousand dollars ture. during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven.

The Commissioners of the District of Columbia are further authorized to employ temporarily such laborers, skilled laborers, and mechanics as may be required exclusively in connection with sewer, street, and road work, and street sprinkling, or the construction and

Proriso.
Maximum expendi-

Work under Commissioners.

Temporary labor. ers, ete.

Horses, wagons, etc.
Special orders from

using.

Report.

missioners.

Water department.

men, etc.

repair of buildings and bridges, or any general or special engineering or construction work, and to incur all necessary engineering and other expenses, exclusive of personal services, incidental to carrying on such work and necessary for the proper execution thereof; said laborers, skilled laborers, and mechanics to be employed to perform such work as may not be required by law to be done under contract, and to pay for such services and expenses from the appropriations under which such services are rendered and expenses incurred.

Sec. 3. That all horses, harness, and wagons necessary for use in con missioners for connection with sewer, street, or road work, or on construction and

repair of buildings and bridges, or any general or special engineering or construction work authorized by appropriations may be purchased, hired, and maintained exclusively to carry into effect said appropriations, when specifically and in writing ordered by the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, and all such expenditures necessary for the proper execution of said work, exclusive of personal services, shall be paid from and equitably charged against the sums appropriated for said work; and the Commissioners of the District in the annual estimates shall report the number of horses, wagons, and harness purchased, and horses and wagons hired, and the sums paid for same, and out of what appropriation, and all horses owned or maintained by the

District shall, so far as may be practicable, be provided for in stables Work under Com- owned or operated by said District: Provided, That such horses,

wagons, and carts as may be temporarily needed for hauling and excavating material in connection with works authorized by appropriations may be temporarily employed for such purposes under the conditions named in section two of this Act in relation to the employment of

laborers, skilled laborers, and mechanics. Temporary drafts

Sec. 4. The services of draftsmen, levelers, rodmen, chainmen, and inspectors temporarily required in connection with water-department work authorized by appropriations may be employed exclusively to carry into effect said appropriations, and be paid therefrom, when specifically and in writing ordered by the Commissioners of the District, and the Commissioners of the District in their annual estimates shall report the number of such employees performing such services

and their work and the sums paid to each: Provided, That the exMaximum expendi- penditures hereunder shall not exceed ten thousand dollars during the

fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven.

The Commissioners of the District of Columbia are further authorTemporary labor. ized to employ temporarily such laborers, skilled laborers, and me

chanics as may be required in connection with water-department work, and to incur all necessary engineering and other expenses, exclusive of personal services, incidental to carrying on such work and necessary for the proper execution thereof, said laborers, skilled laborers, and mechanics to be employed to perform such work as may not be required by existing law to be done under contract, and to pay for such services and expenses from the appropriation under which such services are rendered and expenses incurred.

SEC. 5. The Commissioners of the District of Columbia are authorExpenses paid from. ized to employ in the execution of work the cost of which is payable

from the appropriation account created in the District appropriation Act for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and five, approved April twenty-seventh, nineteen hundred and four, and known as the "Miscellaneous trust-fund deposits, District of Columbia," all necessary inspectors, overseers, foremen, sewer tappers, skilled laborers, mechanics, laborers, special policemen stationed at street-railway crossings, one inspector of gas fitting, two janitors for laboratories, of the Washington and Georgetown Gas Light companies, market master, assistant market master, watchman, and one laborer for the wholesale producers' market, horses, carts, and wagons, and to incur all necessary expenses incidental to carrying on such work and necessary for the

Report.

Proviso.

ture.

Work under Commissioners.

ers, etc.

Miscellaneous trust fund.

Vol. 33, p. 368.

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