Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 37 Part 1.djvu/191

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168 SIXTY·SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. H. Ch. 182. 1912. i¤;¤;:u¤g* ·¤¤ i¤¥· INTEREST AND SINKING FUND. For interest and sinking fund on the funded debt, nine hundred and seventy-five thousand four hundred and eight dollars. Emergency !¤¤d· EMERGENCY FUND- Expendltnres. . · · To be expended onl rn ease of eme nc , such as not, pestilence, public insanitary conditions, ealamityrgeby `llood or fire, and of like character, and in all cases of emergency not otherwise suQc1gntly num rovided for, in the discretion of the Commissioners of the District of "‘“°‘“"·’· Columbia, eight thousand dollars: Provided, That m the purchase_of all articles mvided for in this Act no more than the market price shall be paid) for any such articles, and all bids for ang of such articles above the market price shall be rejected, and new br received or- the www mm, purchases made in open market, as may be most economical and w1¤¤¤¤¤¤- advantageous to the District of Colum ra: Provided further, That hereafter formal written contracts with bond for work or thelsurchase of supplies and materials for the District of Columbia sh not be required in cases where the cost of such work or supplies or materials does not exceed the sum of one thousand dollars. and FOB. COURTS AND PRISONS. mf?Y°»i$¤’c{°°"°° Sunoar or ooxvrcrs: For support, maintenance, and transportation of convicts transferred from the District of Columbia, to be expended under the direction of the Attorney General, forty-eight I .thousand dollars. src ’ °°”' Oounmousn, Drsrnxcr or Counnua: For the following force necessary for the care and protection of the courthouse in the istrict of Columbia, under the direction of the United States marshal of the District of Columbia: Engineer, one thousand two hundred dollars; three watchmen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; three firemen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; five laborers at six hundred dollars each; three messengers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each· in all, ten thousan six hundred and eight com I pw! dollars, to be expended under the direction of the Attorney Generah ¤uum¤;.Z•»J$w. Comrr or arrnrs BUILDING, Drsrarcr or Corvmzraz For the following force, necessary for the care and protection of the court of appeals building: 'IV0 watchmen, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; one elevator operator, at seven hundred and twenty dollars; three laborers, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; mechanician, under the direction of the Superintendent of the ,,,,,,,,,,_ Capitol Buildingx and Grounds, one thousand two hundred dollars: <¥¤·¤>·¤•¤· Provided, That the clerk of the court of a peals shall be the custodian of said building, under the direction ang supervision of the justices upenn of said court; rn all, four thousand eight hundred dollars. _For mops, brooms, buckets, disinfectants, removal of refuse, electrrc current, electrical sulpphes, books, and all other necessary and mcidental expenses not otherwise provided for, for the court of appeals ,,1,,,,,,, ,,0.,,,, budding, District of Columbia, eight hundred dollars. { pm Frans or wmvzssms, smmrrus covrrr: For fees of witnesses in the supreme court of the District of Columbia, and for payment of the actual expenses of witnesses in said court, as provided by section eight hun red and fifty, Revised Statutes of the United States, thirhum. ML teen thousand dollars. ` Fuss or maoas, strramm copar: For fees of jurors in the supreme p,.,·,,n,.m¤,,,m court of the District of Columbia, fifty-three thousand dollars. Par or nammrsz For pgiment of not exceeding one crier in each court, of 05ce deputy ma als who act as bailiifs or criers, and for