Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 54 Part 1.djvu/350

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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 333-JUNE 12, 1940 Provisos. Filling of vacancies. Librarians, pay re- striction. Instruction in auto- mobile driving. Vacation schools, in- struction, etc. Lectures on effects of alcoholic liquors and narcotics. Salaries. Contingent ex- penses. Instruction of for- eigners. Contingent ex- penses. Instruction of chil- dren of veterans killed, etc. , during World War. 48 Stat. 1125 . 7D. C. Code, Supp. V, 259. Vocational educa- tion. 20 U. S. C., Supp. V, if 15h -15p. Salaries and ex- penses. 7D.C.CodeS31. $7,334,194: Provided, That teaching vacancies that occur during the fiscal year 1941 wherever found may be filled by the assignment of teachers of special subjects and teachers not now assigned to class- room instruction, and such teachers are hereby made eligible for such assignment without further examination: Provided further, That the average of the salaries paid librarians in the public schools shall not exceed the average of the salaries paid employees performing the same grade of work in the Free Public Library: And provided further, That the Board of Education is hereby authorized to appoint two additional teachers, class 2-A, for instruction in automobile driving at a begin- ning salary of $2,000 each. For the instruction and supervision of children in the vacation schools, and supervisors and teachers of vacation schools may also be supervisors and teachers of day schools, $30,400. For financing one hundred and ten lectures on the effect of alcohol, marihuana, and other narcotics to be delivered by physicians and/or other qualified lecturers in all the public school buildings in the District of Columbia, which have auditoriums or other seating facili- ties for student assemblies, including elementary schools, high schools, and teacher's colleges, $550. NIGHT SCHOOLS For teachers and janitors of night schools, including teachers of industrial, commercial, and trade instruction, and teachers and jani- tors of night schools may also be teachers and janitors of day schools, $102,180. For contingent and other necessary expenses, including equipment and purchase of all necessary articles and supplies for classes in industrial, commercial, and trade instruction, $4,000. AMERICANIZATION WORK For Americanization work and instruction of foreigners of all ages in both day and night classes, and teachers and janitors of Americanization schools may also be teachers and janitors of the day schools, $8,800. For contingent and other necessary expenses, including books, equipment, and supplies, $600. For carrying out the provisions of the Act of June 19, 1934 (34 U. S. C. 945), entitled "An Act providing educational opportunities for the children of soldiers, sailors, and marines who were killed in action or died during the World War", $700. For the development of vocational education in the District of Columbia in accordance with the Act entitled "An Act to provide for the further development of vocational education in the several States and Territories", approved June 8, 1936 (49 Stat. 1488), includ- ing teacher training and supervision, trades and industries, home eco- nomics, distributive occupations, and for salaries of teacher trainers andupervisors, clerical service, printing, supplies, and postage, COMMUINITy CENTER DEPARTMENT For all expenses necessary for the operation and maintenance of the Community Center Department, including the expense of keeping open the public-school playgrounds during the summer months, such expenses to include personal services of the director, general secretaries and community secretaries in accordance with the Act approved June 4, 1924 (43 Stat. 369); clerks and part-time employees, including Janitors on account of meetings of parent- [54 STAT. 316