212 SIXTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. C1-1. 24. 1919. ·*“”“°·G“· Atlanta, Geo 'a, Penitentiary: For subsistence, including the subsistence. same ob'ects spelcgiiied under this head for the penitentiary at Leaven- Cx tm t a_ worth, Kansas, $150,000; _ _ _ _ aonfm. ’ For clothing, transportation, and traveling expenses, including the same objects specied under this head for the pemtentiary at mmuamm Leavenworth Kansas, $77,000; _ _ ` For miscellaneous expenditures, including the ame objects s ecified under this head for the penitentiary at Leavenworth, l£a.nsas, and not exceeding $25 for maintenance and repair of horse- H,,,,,,,_,,_,_ drawn passenger-carrying vehicles, $110,000; _ For ospit supplies, includiniethe same obgcts specified under S this head or thexpenitentiary at avenworth, ansas, $5,000;_ ` For salaries: arden, $4,000; deputy warden, $2,000; chaplainsone $1,500, one $1,200; chief clerk, $1,800; physician, $1,800; pharmacist and physician’s assistant, $1,000; ookkeeper and record clerk, $1,200; stenographer, $900; clerks—one $1,200, one $1,000, four at $900 each; engmeer and electrician, $1,500; two assistants, at $1,200 each; steward and storekeeper, $1,200; superintendent of farm and transportation, $1,200; two teamsters, at $600 each; head cook, $1,000; three captains of watch, at $1,000 each; guards, at $70 per month each, $63,000; in all, $95,700; For foremen, tailor, shoemaker, laimdryman, and carpenter, "”E‘Jif,°i“i“"’ ’i$°°°’ P 7 t anta, eo ia, enitentia , $441 00. gi d’w°°h' McNeil Island, Wal-giington, Penizntiaryiz For subsistence, including the same objects specified imder this head for the penitentiary Chmn; ms my at Leavenworth, Kansas, and for supplies for guards, $20,000; aaa em. ’ p° For clothing, transportation, an trave1ing expenses, including the same objects specified under this head for the penitentiary at H. H Leavenworth, Kansas, $14,000; ` For miscellaneous expenditures, including the same objects sipecified$§151der this head for the penitentiary at Leavenworth, . ansas, ,000; H°S°`m' For hospital supplies, includiniethe same ob'ects specified xmder games this head or the penitentiary at avenworth, Kansas, $750; ' For salaries: For warden, $2,000; deputy warden, $1,200;physician $1,600; steward and cook, $1,000; chief clerk, $1,200; engineer and electrician, $1,200; sliiperintendent of boats, $1,200; chaplain and gzchgr, $1,000; gua s, at $70 per month each, $15,700; in all, , 0; , In all, McNeil Island (W ashington) Penitenti , $80,850. s¤iri$(ii?E,?ls0;`¤€°!1iiu5i National Training School or Boys: Supeiilymtendent, $2,500; 8********- assistant superinten ent, $1,500; teachers and assistants, $12,120; chief clerk, $1,000; matron of school and nurse, at $600 each; storekeeper and steward, $720; farmer, $660; baker, $660; tailor, $720; parole officer, $900; office clerk, $720; assistant office clerk, $480; physical director, $720* seven matrons of families, at $240 each; oremen of shop and skilled helpers, $4,200; assistant farmer and assistant engineer, at $420 each; laundress, $360; teamster, $420; florist, $540; engineer and shoemaker, at $600 each; cook, $600; dining-room attendants——boys $300, officers $240; housemaid, $216; seamstress, $240; assistant cook, $300; watchmen, not to exceed nine $1 number, $3 780; secretary and treasurer, $900; janitor, $420; in gm E, _ ,340,136; M Us me For support of inmates, including groceries, flour, feed, meats, dry goods, leather, shoes, gas, fuel, hardware, furniture, tableware, farm implements, seeds, harness and repairs to same, fertilizers, books and periodicals, stationery, printinag, entertainments, lumbing, painting, g azing, medicines and medic attendance, stocli), maintenance, repair, and operation of passenger-carrying vehicles, fencing, roads, all repairs to buildings, and other necessary items, including
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