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Forage.

Drainage of lots, etc.

Juvenile court.

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, for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, in addition to the appropriation provided for said service for said fiscal year.

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS, PUBLIC SCHOOLS: For further improve- Public schools ments and extension of the Western High School, including four school. additional rooms, toilet room, retaining walls, and the enlargement of lunch room, drill hall, and assembly hall, and improvements therein, and for increasing the size of windows in the east front of the present building for additional light to class rooms, to continue available during fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, forty thousand dollars.

Indigent blind INSTRUCTION OF INDIGENT BLIND CHILDREN: For additional amount children. required for the instruction of indigent blind children of the District of Columbia, in Maryland or some other State, under a contract to be entered into by the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, six hundred dollars. FIRE DEPARTMENT: For additional amount required for forage,

Fire department. one thousand three hundred and thirty dollars. HEALTH DEPARTMENT: For additional amount required for enforce

Health department. ment of provisions of law relating to drainage of lots and abatement of nuisances in the District of Columbia, fiscal year nineteen hundred and seven, thirteen dollars and eighty cents. COURTS: Juvenile court: For services rendered by acting judge of

. juvenile court during absence of judge of said court, as authorized Vol. 31, p. 73. by section three of the Act of March nineteenth, nineteen hundred and six (Thirty-fourth Statutes, page seventy-three):

Fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, one hundred and forty-five dollars.

Fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, one hundred and fifteen dollars.

WRITS OF LUNACY: For additional amount required to meet the Lunacy writs. objects set forth in the appropriations for writs of lunacy, District of Columbia:

Fiscal year nineteen hundred and ten, eight hundred dollars.

Fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, two hundred and fortynine dollars and twenty cents.

WASHINGTON ASYLUM: For additional amount required for pro- Washington Asylum. visions, 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, five thousand dollars.

For additional amount required for erection of administration building for the workhouse for males, to pay F. L. Averill balance due for preparation of plans and specifications for said building, six hundred and forty dollars and fifty-four cents, and Fred A. Schmidt, balance due for tracings account same, five dollars and seventy-two cents; in all, six hundred and forty-six dollars and twenty-six cents. REFORMATORY AND WORKHOUSE: For the following purposes in

Reformatory connection with the removal of jail and workhouse prisoners from the District of Columbia to the sites acquired or to be acquired for a workhouse and reformatory in the State of Maryland or Virginia, in accordance with the provisions of existing law, including superin- Vol. 35, p. 717. tendence, custody, clothing, guarding, maintenance, care, and support of said prisoners; subsistence, furniture, and quarters for guards and overseers; the purchase and maintenance of farm implements, tools, equipment, live stock, seeds, and miscellaneous items, trans

and workhouse.

General expenses.

Proviso.

etc.

ers.

trict Commissioners.

Interchange of ap

portation and the means of transportation; the maintenance and operation of the means of transportation; and supplies and personal services, and all other necessary items, to continue available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, one hundred and twenty

thousand dollars: Provided, That the Commissioners of the District Superintendents,

of Columbia are hereby authorized to appoint a superintendent for each institution on the said sites, and require bond from such super

intendent for the faithful performance of his duty, and to employ Delivery of prison- such other personal services as may be necessary, and the supreme

court of the District of Columbia, the Attorney-General, and the warden of the District of Columbia jail, when so requested by the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, shall deliver into the custody of either of said superintendents or the authorized deputy or deputies of either of said superintendents, prisoners sentenced to confinement in said jail for offenses against the common law or against statutes or ordinances relating to the District of Columbia, and, in the discretion of the supreme court of the District of Columbia and the Attorney-General, prisoners serving sentence in said jail for offenses against the United States, for the purposes named in the

law authorizing the acquisition of sites for said reformatory and Jurisdiction of Dis- workhouse; and the Commissioners of the District of Columbia are

hereby vested with jurisdiction over such prisoners from the time they are so delivered into the custody of either of said superintendents, or the duly authorized deputy or deputies of said superintendents, including the time when such prisoners are in transit between the District of Columbia and the sites acquired or to be acquired for such reformatory and workhouse and during the period such prisoners are on said sites and until they are released or discharged under

due process of law. propriations.

And the appropriation for "Sites for a reformatory and workhouse contained in the District appropriation Act for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and ten, and the appropriation for "Washington asylum” contained in the District appropriation Act for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and eleven, are hereby made available and may be used interchangeably for the purposes hereinbefore provided for in addition to said appropriation herein made.

Jail: For the installation of closets, basins, bath tubs, additional water-supply system, improvement to women's cells, repairs to roof and heating apparatus, electric wiring and articles for use in kitchen and dining room at the jail of the District of Columbia, to be expended under direction of the Attorney-General, to continue available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, thirty-seven thousand two hundred and thirty dollars.

HOME FOR THE AGED AND INFIRM: For additional amount required 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, three thousand dollars.

NATIONAL TRAINING SCHOOL FOR Boys: For additional amount required for 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 the Board of Charities with the authorities of said National Training School for Boys, four thousand one hundred

dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary. Eastern Dispensary.

EASTERN DISPENSARY: For additional amount required 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, three thousand five hundred dollars.

Vol. 35, p. 717.
Ante, p. 406.

Jail.

Home for Aged and Infirm.

National Training School for Boys.

. Care of children.

fees.

TUBERCULOSIS HOSPITAL: For additional amount required for Tuberculosis Hospiprovisions, 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, two thousand two hundred and seventy-five dollars.

BOARD OF CHILDREN'S GUARDIANS: For additional amount required Board of Children's for board and care of all children committed to the guardianship of said board by the courts of the District, and for temporary care of children pending investigation or while being transferred from place to place, with authority to pay in addition to the sum of one thousand five hundred dollars heretofore authorized a further sum not to exceed four thousand dollars to institutions adjudged to be under sectarian control, seven thousand five hundred dollars.

Militia: For pay of officers and enlisted men of naval battalion Naval militia. annual cruise of nineteen hundred and nine, fiscal year nineteen and ten, one thousand six hundred and twenty-eight dollars and four cents. JUDGMENTS: For payment of the judgments, including costs,

Judgments. against the District of Columbia, set forth in House Documents Numbered Nine hundred and nine and nine hundred and thirty-four, and Senate Document Numbered Six hundred and thirty-nine, of this session, three thousand one hundred and fifty-six dollars and seventyeight cents, together with a further sum sufficient to pay the interest, at not exceeding four per centum, on said judgments, as provided by law, from the date the same became due until the date of payment.

REFUNDING TAXES: The Commissioners of the District of Columbia Refunding permit are hereby authorized to refund from the appropriation for “Refunding taxes, and so forth, District of Columbia,' to the following persons the amounts of excess fees paid by them for building permits: Owen Owens, eight dollars; James L. Parsons, sixty-four dollars; B. Stanley Simmons, fifty-nine dollars and twenty-five cents; F. D. McAuliffe, forty-four dollars and forty cents; and to the Washington Gas-Light Company, for duplicate payment for permit for excavations, ten dollars; and to Catherine M. Daly, thirteen dollars and sixty-four cents, amount erroneously paid on account of taxes against sublot twenty-six, square nine hundred and sixteen. NORTHERN LIBERTY MARKET CLAIMS: For amount required to pay Market claims.

Liberty the allowances reported by the auditor of the supreme court of the Vol.3), p. 1060. District pursuant to the provisions of the Act of March fourth, nineteen hundred and nine, entitled “An Act to provide for the payment of certain claims against the District of Columbia in accordance with the Act of Congress approved January twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, and as amended July nineteenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven” (Thirty-fifth Statutes, page ten hundred and sixty), in settlement of claims arising by reason of the destruction of the Northern Liberty Market, to be paid wholly from the revenues of the District of Columbia, two thousand dollars.

WATER DEPARTMENT: The Commissioners of the District of Columbia are hereby authorized to refund to Edith M. Macdonald the sum of ten dollars, from appropriation for “Refunding water rents, and so forth," amount erroneously paid on account of water-main assessment against lot twenty-five, square twenty-nine hundred and nine.

Temporary employ. AMENDMENT OF SECTION TWO, DISTRICT APPROPRIATION ACT, FISCAL YEAR NINETEEN HUNDRED AND TEN: That section two of the District of Columbia appropriation Act approved March third, nineteen hundred and nine, placing a limitation on expenditures for purposes specified therein of sixty-two thousand dollars during the fiscal year nineten hundred and ten, is hereby amended by increasing said limitation to sixty-five thousand seven hundred dollars during said fiscal year.

Northern

Edith M. Macdon. ald.

Refund.

ees,

Limit increased.
Vol. 35, p. 726.

Supreme Court, D.C.

Miscellaneous expenses.

Bailiffs, etc.

MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES, SUPREME COURT: For payment of such miscellaneous expenses as may be authorized by the AttorneyGeneral 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, for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, five dollars and eighty cents.

PAY OF BAILIFFS, AND SO FORTH, SUPREME COURT: For payment of not exceeding one crier in each 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, eight hundred dollars. Support of convicts. SUPPORT OF CONVICTS: For support, maintenance, and transpor

tation of convicts transferred from the District of Columbia, to be expended under the direction of the Attorney-General, twelve

thousand dollars. Support of prison 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, six thousand dollars.

Except as otherwise provided, one-half of the foregoing amounts to meet deficiencies in the appropriations on account of the District of Columbia shall be paid from the revenues of the District of Columbia and one-half from any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated.

ers.

Part from District revenues,

State, War, and Navy

Department building. Contingent expenses.

STATE, WAR, AND NAVY DEPARTMENT BUILDING. For fuel, lights, repairs, and miscellaneous items and city directories, fiscal year nineteen hundred and eight, one hundred and sixty-six dollars and ninety-nine cents.

War Department.

WAR DEPARTMENT.

Salisbury National Cemetery, N.C.

Roadway.

Shiloh Park.
Replacing quarters,

Shiloh National Military Park: To replace office and quarters of etc.

the commission on property owned by the Government in the Shiloh National Military Park, which was destroyed by cyclone October fourteenth, nineteen hundred and nine, to continue available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, five thousand five hundred dollars.

For repairing and completing the government roadway to the Salisbury, North Carolina, National Cemetery, to continue available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, six hundred dollars.

For repair of the Iowa state monument in Shiloh National Military Park, damaged by cyclone October fourteenth, nineteen hundred and nine, to continue available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, fifteen thousand dollars: Provided, That the Secretary of War is authorized to accept from the State of Iowa, and deposit in the Treasury to the credit of miscellaneous receipts, such sum as said State shall hereafter tender to reimburse the United

States for expenses that may be incurred hereunder. Additional land. For the purchase of one hundred and eighty-two and seventy

three one-hundredths acres of land, more or less, within and adjacent to the boundaries of the Shiloh National Military Park, to continue available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, two thousand four hundred dollars.

Shiloh Park.

Repair to lowa state monument.

Proriso.

Reimbursement authorized.

MISCELLANEOUS OBJECTS.

Brownsville court of inquiry.

Expenses.
Vol. 35, p. 836.

Removing, etc.,

in Habana Harbor.

Ante, p. 353.

Expenses Brownsville court of inquiry: For expenses of the court of inquiry provided for in chapter two hundred and sixty-five of the Act approved March third, nineteen hundred and nine (Thirtyfifth Statutes at Large, page eight hundred and thirty-six): For services of clerks and reporters, witness fees, messenger and janitor service, and such other employees as may be required, and for all other absolutely necessary expenses; to be expended by the Pay Department of the Army under the direction of the Secretary of War, one hundred and forty-five dollars and seventy-seven cents.

Wreck of battle ship Maine: For additional amount for the rais- Battleship“. Maine." ing or the removal of the wreck of the battle ship. Maine from the wreck harbor of Habana in accordance with the provisions of the Act approved May tenth, nineteen hundred and ten, two hundred thousand dollars.

River and harbor improvement: To pay William Rydmark the balance of amount awarded him by the commissioners appointed in nineteen hundred and four in condemnation proceedings relating to lands affected by the building of Lock and Dam Numbered One in the Mississippi River between Saint Paul and Minneapolis, six hundred dollars. For repairing the break in the levee at Dam Numbered Ten in the

Repairing levee of Muskingum River, at Zanesville, Ohio, the Secretary of War is dam authorized and directed to use not exceeding three thousand dollars of the sum appropriated in the river and harbor appropriation Act approved March third, nineteen hundred and nine, for the preservation and maintenance of existing river and harbor works.

William Rydmark.
Payment to.

Muskingum River.

Vol. 35, p. 815.

MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT.

Military establishment.

QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT.

Quartermaster's Department.

For construction and repair of hospitals at military posts already Post hospitals. established and occupied, including the extra-duty pay of enlisted men employed on the same, and including also all expenditures for construction and repairs required at the Army and Navy General Hospital at Hot Springs, Arkansas, and for the construction and repair of general hospitals and expenses incident thereto, and for additions needed to meet the requirements of increased garrisons, to continue available during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eleven, sixty-five thousand dollars, of which sum not more than sixty thou- Angel Island, Cal. sand dollars shall be expended in the erection of a hospital at the recruit depot at Angel Island, California.

Transportation of the army and its supplies: For transportation of Transportation. the army and its supplies, including all objects mentioned under this head in the army appropriation Act for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and nine, three hundred and ninety-six thousand three hundred and seventeen dollars and forty-six cents.

Relief of sufferers from storm in Louisiana: For reimbursement of the appropriations for “Clothing and camp and garrison equipage, Army, supplies, etc., nineteen hundred and ten,” and “Transportation of the army

and its supplies, nineteen hundred and ten," in the sums of nine thousand two hundred and twenty-four dollars and ten cents and one thousand three hundred and twelve dollars and twenty-seven cents, respectively, being the value of supplies furnished to sufferers from the storm in Louisiana in September, nineteen hundred and nine, and the cost of transporting such supplies and others for the Subsistence Department, ten thousand five hundred and thirty-six dollars and thirty-seven cents.

Storm in Louisiana.
Reimbursement for

furnished sufferers.

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