674 _FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 387. 1897. Bri·iz¤¤- BRIDGES. Gm- For ordinary care of bridges, including keepers, oil, lamps, and matches, three thousand five hundred dollars. B¤P•*¤- °*°- For construction and repairs of bridges, fifteen thousand dollars. P$¤¤¤*B¤ids¤· For widening P Street Bridge and its approaches, seven thousand 1`;;l;:idgi>y uma dollars; and the Metropolitan Railroad Company is hereby required to Num mw °°“*· pay one-halfof the cost of widening P Street Bridge and its approaches P°$§i.2o, p.106. under this appropriation, to be collected in the same manner as the cost . of laying pavements between the rails and tracks of street railways as provided for in section five of “An Act providing a permanent form of government for the District of Columbia," approved June eleventh, eighteen hundred and seventyeight. Rock cmu. That the Chief of Engineers of the Army shall report to Congress at _t§;P*;,',f,d°’;’ Qfssgl its next regular session plans for and the cost of erecting a stone arch enum;. dune ex- bridge, and also a steel bridge with stone foundations, over Rock Creek

- °"°°"· on the line of Massachusetts avenue extended, the full width of said

avenue, and for this purpose the sum of two thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated. d`Vcssbiugtun .Aque· WASHINGTON HC . nmunance. For engineering, maintenance, and general repairs, twenty-one thousand dollars. T•rp1w¤•» 1i¤¤- For constructing new telephone line between office and Great Falls, tive thousand dollars. Puhibsclwols. PUBLIC SCHOOLS. ¤¤wig•¢¤n¤1•¤f. Fon ormcmzsz For superintendent first eight divisions, three thou- °1"]"’ °°" sand three hundred dollars; superintendent ninth, tenth, and eleventh divisions, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars; clerk to superintendent of iirst eight divisions and secretary to board of trustees, one thousand two hundred dollars; clerk to superintendent of ninth, tenth, and eleventh divisions, eight hundred dollars; messenger to superintendent (irst eight divisions, three hundred dollars; messenger to superintendent ninth, tenth, and eleventh divisions, two hundred dollars; in all, eight thousand and nfty dollars. reunm. Fon Tnacnmus: For one thousand one hundred and seven teachers, 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 twenty-tive, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; For three, at one thousand one hundred dollars each; For sixty-one, 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-four, at eight hundred and twenty-five dollars each; For thirty-two, at eight hundred dollars each; For eighty, at seven hundred and seventy-five dollars each; For nineteen, at seven hundred and fifty dollars each; For one hundred and seven, at seven hundred dollars each; For four, at six hundred and seventy-five dollars each; For one hundred and eighteen, at six hundred and fifty dollars each; For fourteen, at six hundred dollars each; For eight, at five hundred and seventynve dollars each;