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902 FIFI`Y-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 1406. 1905. for police headquarters, seven hundred and twenty dollars; thirteen laborers, at six hundred dollars each; messenger, seven hundred dollars; messenger, five hundred dollars; major and superintendent, mounted, two hundred and forty dollars; captain, mounted, two hundred and forty dollars; fifty-tive lieutenants sergeants, and privates, mounted, at two hundred and forty dollars each; sixty-four sergeants and privates, mounted, on bicycles, at forty dollars each; twenty-six drivers, at six hundred dollars each; and three police matrons, at six hundred dollars _ each; in all, seven hundred and sixty-nine thousand two hundred and fort dollars. ‘

        • 1* ·*“*°°'“*· lu)iSCELLANEOUSZ For rent of substation and stable at Anacostia,

four hundred and eighty dollars; "“°’- For fuel, three thoumnd five hundred dollars; Repairs For repairs to stations, four thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars; ¤·¤¤¤¢¤¤*¤P°¤¤°¤· For miscellaneous and contingent expenses, including the purchase of new wagons, rewardsfor fugitives, modem revolvers, installation of card system and maintenance of the same in the police department, stationery, hooks, books of reference and , telegraphing, photographs, printing, bindingxgas; ice, w ing, meals for prisoners, 'ture and repairs thereto, ds and bedclotlnng, insignia of office, · purchase and care of horses, horse and vehicle for superintendent, bicycles, police equipments and repairs to the same, harness, forage, repairs to vehicles, van, and patrol wagons, and expenses incurred in the prevention and detection of crime, and other necessary expenses, thirty-two thousand five hundred dollars; F'¤¤· For ilags and halyards for station houses, one hundred and twenty- five dollars; R°¤°· For rent of police department headquarters and property storerooms, two thousand fonr hundred dollars; In all, forty-three thousand seven hundred and fifty-five dollars. H°“’° °* "°‘°““°“· Housn or DETENTIONZ 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 unde1· seventeen years of age, and in the discretion of the Commissioners, of girls and women over seventeen iyears of age, arrested by the police _ on charge of offense against any aw in force in the District of Columbia, or ield as witnesses, or be d pending final investigation or examination, or otherwise, including salaries of two clerks, at seven hundred dollars each; four drivers, at tour hundred dollars each; one hostler. five hundred and forty dollars; and three guards, at five hundred and eighty-five dollars each, now authorized and being paid from the general appropriation; ten thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may §;'jQj';dmnmn_ be necessary: Itwiderl, ~That all such persons held or detained under ppblic authority prior to the adjudication of cases in which they may involved shall be held at the place so provided. ““"’°' *’“"°*· Fox HARBOR muon: For one lieutenant in the police department, who shall also be harbor master for the District of Columbia, to which position the lpresent harbor master shall be eligible, one thousand three undred ant twenty dollars; one sergeant, one thousand one hundred and forty dollars; one engineer, eight hundred and forty dollars; one fireman, four hundred and eighty dollars; one watchman, four hundred and twenty dollars; one deci hand, four hundred and eighty dollars; in all, four thousand six hundred and eighty dollars. For fuel, construction, maintenance, repairs, and incidentals, one thousand five hundred dollars. _ In all, six thousand one hundred and eighty dollars. km? ,,§"§ The major and superintendent of the Metropolitan police shall here-

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