FORTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. . Sess. II. C11. 121. 1880. 159 neer, two thousand four hundred dollars; one leveler, one thousand six hundred dollars; one leveler, one thousand five hundred dollars: one leveler, one thousand four hundred dollars; one draughtsman, one thousand dollars; three rodmen, at seven hundred and eighty dollars each; three ax-men, at six hundred and nfty dollars each; one inspector of asphalt, two thousand four hundred dollars ; one inspector, one thousand five hundred dollars; two inspectors, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; two messengers, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; for temporary writers and draughtsmen, one thousand five hundred dollars; and for contingent expenses, books, and stationery, Eve thousand dollars; in all, thirtythree thousand eight hundred and fifty dollars. That overseers or inspectors temporarily required in connection with SWG,. or 8,,.,,,,,, sewer or street work done under contracts authorized by appropriations work ovorsoors shall be paid out of the sum specially appropriated for the work, and for P¤»?<1 from a·PDI`0' 1 the time actually engaged thereon. I’“°·“°“· » For fuel, ice, gas, repairs, insurance, and general miscellaneous ex- Contingent_ penses of District offices, three thousand five hundred dollars. - FOR STREETS. Fox removal of garbage, ten thousand three hundred and sixtyfive G,,,,b&,,g dollars ; sweeping, cleaning, and sprinkling streets and avenues, thirty- SW08P`{ng_ five thousand one hundred dollars; cleaning alleys, eight thousand five hundred dollars; for current work of repairs of streets, alleys, and county roads, including labor, cart-hire, materials, inspection, and miscellaneous items, seventy thousand dollars; in all, one hundred and twenty-three thousand nine hundred and sixty-five dollars. For parking commission: For one superintendent, one thousand two Parkin hundred dollars; one assistant superintendent, seven hundred and g` twenty dollars; contingent expenses, including laborers, cart-hire, trees, tree-boxes, treestakes, tree-straps, planting and care of trees, whitewashing, care of parks, and miscellaneous items, thirteen thousand four hundred dollars; in all, fifteen thousand three hundred and twenty dollars. For street-lamps: For illuminating material, and lighting and extin- Lamps_ guishin g, one hundred and eighteen thousand dollars; repairs to streetlamps, one thousand dollars; erection of streetlamps, one thousand five hundred dollars; one superintendent, nine hundred dollars; for erection of lamps in alleys and lighting the same, two thousand dollars; in all, one hundred and twenty-three thousand four hundred dollars. For repairs to pumps, three thousand dollars. Pumps. For cleaning tidal sewers, three thousand dollars. Tidal sewers. - PUBLIC SCHOOLS, DISTRICT on ooLUMB1A. Public Schools_ For salaries of superintendents, teachers, and janitors, secretary of S,,pm,m,,,dcu,_ the board and clerks, including additional teachers and increase of Teachers and teachers’ pay by continuous service, three hundred and twenty-seven others thousand eight hundred and thirty-four dollars and eighty cents, as follows namel z Fdr one siiperintendent at two thousand seven hundred dollars per annum; and one at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; one secretary of the board at one hundred and fifty dollars; one clerk to the committee of accounts, three hundred dollars ; one clerk to superintendent, seven hundred dollars; one clerk to superintendent, eight hundred dollars; six teachers at one thousand six hundred and fifty dollars per annum each; two teachers at one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars each; one teacher at one thousand three hundred dollars; one at one thousand two hundred dollars; one at one thou: and one hundred dollars; seventeen at one thousand dollars each; one at n111e hundred i and sixty dollars; one at nine hundred and fifty dollars; sixteen at nine hundred dollars each; ten at eight hundred and fifty dollars each; twenty -four at eight hundred dollars each; thirty-seven at seven hun-

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