’464 FORTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 134. 1881, Payment of ref- For payment, upon order of the Court of Claims, of referees appointed

of 00**** °f by said court under the act approved June sixteenth, eighteen hundred

1880, 0h_ 243. and eighty, two thousand dollars. Ante, 285. Public schools. PUBLIC SCHOOLS, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Superintendents, For salaries of superintendents, teachers, and janitors, secretary of °°?»°h°*¤ wd the board, and clerks, including additional teachers and increase of °*h°’“‘ teachers pay by continuous service, rents, repairs, furniture, books, sto,- tionery, and miscellaneous items, three hundred and ninety-nine thousand nine hundred and eighty dollars, namely: For officers: For one superintendent at two thousand seven hundred dollars; one superintendent at two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; one secretary at one hundred and fifty dollars; one clerk to committee on accounts at three hundred dollars; one clerk at eight hundred dollars; one clerk at seven hundred and fifty dollars; in all, six thousand nine hundred and nfty dollars. For teachers: For six teachers at one thousand six hundred and nfty dollars each; two teachers at one thousand three hundred and fifty dol- . lars each, one teacher at one thousand six hundred dollars; one teacher at one thousand two hundred dollars; one teacher at one thousand one hundred dollars; eighteen teachers at one thousand dollars each; one teacher at nine hundred and sixty dollars; three teachers at nine hundred and nfty dollars each; thirteen teachers at nine hundred dollars eaoh; thirteen teachers at eight hundred and fifty dollars each; thirty-four teachers at eight hundred dollars each; thirty-eight teachers at seven hundred and fifty dollars each; fifty-three teachers at seven hundred dollars each; sixty-nine teachers at six hundred and fifty dollars each; seventy teachers at six hundred dollars each; thirty teachers at five hundred and fifty dollars each ; fifteen teachers at five hundred dollars each; four teachers at four hundred and seventy-five dollars each; twenty-seven teachers at four hundred and fifty dollars each; fourteen teachers at four hundred and twenty-five dollars each; thirty-seven teachers at four hundred dollars each; one teacher at three hundred and fifty dollars; eight teachers at two hundred and fifty dollars each; in all, three hundred and one thousand eight hundred and sixty dollars. " Increase of sal- For increase of salaries of teachers by continuous service, increase of cri<>¤ of t¤==wh¤r¤- the number of schools in the several grades, and additional teachers required, ten thousand dollars. Janitors. For janitors and care of the several buildings: For two janitors at one thousand dollars each; one janitor at nine hundred and fifty dollars; four janitors at nine hundred dollars each; two janitors at eight hundred dollars each; four janitors at seven hundred dollars each; two janitors at six hundred dollars each; two janitors at five hundred dollars each; two janitors at three hundred and fifty dollars each; six janitors at two hundred and fifty dollars each; one janitor at two hundred and twenty-five dollars; three janitors at one hundred and ninety dollars each; five janitors at one hundred and seventy dollars each; one janitor at one hundred and sixty dollars; one janitor at one hundred and fifty dollars; one janitor at one hundred and twenty dollars; one janitor at ninety-five dollars; twenty-one janitors at eighty dollars each; two janitors at sixty dollars each; seventeen janitors at fifty dollars each; and for additional service that may be required by changing and increasing the number of school-rooms, two thousand dol- _ lars;_ in all, twenty-two thousand one hundred and seventy dollars: Pr¢¤>¤•>· Provided, That the janitors of the principal schoo1-bui1dings, in additioll to their other duties, shall do all minor repairs to buildings and furniture, glazing, fixing seats and desks, and shall be selected with reference to their qualincations to perform this work.