SIXTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 198. 1908. 279 dred and seventy-[ive dollars; draftsman, nine hundred and seventy- five dollars; clerk, nine hundred and seventy-five dollars; draftsman, nine hundred dollars; assistant computer, eight hundred and twent · five dollars; two rodmen, at eight hundred and twenty-ve dollars each; three chainmen, at seven hundred dollars each; two chainmen, at six hundred and fifty dollars each; clerk, six hundred and seventy-five dollars; charwoman, for July, nineteen hundred and eight, nine dollars; in all, twenty-one thousand nine hundred and thirty-four dollars; For services of temporary draftsmen, com uters, laborers, and T*=¤¤P<>¤¤¤¤¤‘i¢‘¤¤- drivers when required, and for an additional tieldp party when required, including the purchase of suppges and care or hire of teams, all expenditures under this sum to made only on the written authority of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, five thousand dollars; In all for surveyor’s office, twenty-six thousand nine hundred and thirty-four dollars. _ Fam; mmuo rnmnrz For librarian,_three thousand two hundred “°°""°"°m""”‘ and fifty dollars; assistant librarian, one thousand five hundred dollars; chief circulating department one thousand two hundred dollars; cbildren’s librarian, one thousand dollars; librarian’s secretary, nine hundred dollars; reference librarian, one thousand dollars; assistant, nine hundred dollars; four assistants, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; four assistants, at six hundred dollars each; three assistants, at five hundred and forty dollars each; copyist, four hundred and eighty dollars; catalogner, nine hundred dollars; catalo uer, seven hundred and twenty dollars; cataloguer, six hundred dollars; three temporary cataloguers, at five hundred and forty dollars each; stenograp er and typewriter, seven hundred and twenty dollars; two assistants, at four undred and eightg dollars each; five attendants, at five hundred and forty dollars eac ; five attendants, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; collator, three hundred and sixty dollars; two messengers, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; ten pages, at three hundred and sixty dollars each; two Janitors, at four undred and eighty dollars each, one of whom shal act as a night watchman; engineer, one thousand and eighty dollars; fireman, seven hundred and twerltiy dollars; workman, four hundred and eighty dollars; library gua , seven hundred and twenty dollars; two cloakroom attendants, at three hundred and sixty dollars each; six charwomen, at one hundred and eight dollars each; in all, thirty-eight thousand four hundred and thirty dollars. For keeping the library open fifty-two Sundays from two o’clock S“"d°" °"°“i""` postmeridian to nine o’clock postmeridian., five holidays from nine o’clock antemeridian to nine o’c ock postmeridian, and for extra services three hours on Saturday afternoons during July. August, and September, one thousand seven hundred dollars. i H u Mxsonnnnmous, F ann Punmc Lrmnmr: For purchase of books, M “°° °“°° ”` seven thousand five hundred dollars; Forbinding three thousand five hundred dollars; For fuel, lighting, fitting up building, and other contingent expenses, seven thousand five hundred dollars; In all, eighteen thousand five hundred dollars. CONTINGENT .AND MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES. For contingent expenses of the government of the District of C0- C°m°g°m ummm lumbia, namely: For printing, checks, books, law books, books of reference and periodicals, stationery; detection of frauds on the revenue; repairs of market houses; surveying instruments and implements; drawing materials; binding, rebinding, repairin , and preservation of records; maintaining and keeping in good ordger the laboratory and apparatus in the office of the inspector of asphalt and cement; dam-
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