Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 29.djvu/432

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402 FIFTY-FOURTH CON GRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 419. 1896. ,,,g{··¤¤·=¤¤¤ Mus- WASHINGTON AQUEDUCT. M¤i¤*¤¤·¤¢¤·>·¤¤*· For engineering, maintenance, and general repairs, twenty thousand dollars. For inserting air valves and blow-oil` valves in the thirty-six-inch and thirty-inch mains, five thousand dollars. rutne tennis. PUBLIC SCHOOLS. d_;·ig<;;¤t¤¤d¤¤¢¤· Fon Ornionnsz For superintendent nrst six divisions, three thousand 'three hundred dollars; superintendent seventh and eighth divisions, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; clerk to superintendent of iirst six divisions and secretary to board of trustees, one thousand two hundred dollars; clerk to superintendent of seventh and eighth divisions, eight hundred dollars; messenger to superintendent first six divisions, three hundred dollars; messenger to superintendent seventh and eighth divisions, two hundred dollars; in all, eight thousand and Tmhm my dollars. ' Fon TEACHERS! For one thousand and seventy-one teacher , to be assigned as follows: For one, at two thousand five hundred dollars; For eleven, at two thousand dollars each; For one, at one thousand eight hundred dollars;- For twelve, at one thousand five hundred dollars each; For three, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; For four, at one thousand three hundred dollars each; For twentyfour, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; For three, at one thousand one hundred dollars each; For fifty-eight, at one thousand dollars each; For eighteen, at nine hundred and fifty dollars each; For eighteen, at nine hundred dollars each; For twelve, at eight hundred and seventy-five dollars each; For sixteen, at eight hundred and fifty dollars each; For seventy-one, at eight hundred and twenty-five dollars each; For twenty-seven, at eight hundred dollars each; For eighty-one, at seven hundred and seventyfive dollars each; For nineteen, at seven hundred and fifty dollars each; For one hundred and live, at seven hundred dollars each; For four, at six hundred and seventy—llve dollars each; For one hundred and eleven, at six hundred and fifty dollars each; For fourteen, at six hundred dollars each; For four, at five hundred and seventy-five dollars each; For one hundred and twenty-nine, at five hundred and fifty dollars each; For four, at five hundred and twenty-five dollars each; For ninety-nine, at five hundred dollars each; For thirty-one, at four hundred and seveiityllve dollars each; For sixty-two, at four hundred and fifty dollars each; For sixty-two, at tour hundred and twenty-tive dollars each; For sixty-seven, at tour hundred dollars each; in all, seven hundred and thirty-five thousand seven hundred and seventy-tive dollars: tign ·¤¤ di¤<=¤i¤¤*¤¤- Provided, That in assigning salaries to teachers, no discrimination ' shall be made between male and female teachers employed in the same grade of school and performing a like class of duties. Ni-¤'·°°°h°°‘¤· For teachers of night schools, who may also be teachers in the day schools, six thousand dollars. For contingent and other necessary expenses of night schools, tive _ hundred dollars. "“""°”· Fon JA1~:rrons Ann Cam: or Buinnmos AND Gnouivnsz For care of the high school and annex of the iirst six divisions, two thousand dollars; Of the J eiferson building, one thousand four hundred dollars; Of the Eastern highschool building of the first six divisions, of the