Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 54 Part 1.djvu/362

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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 333-JUNE 12, 1940 $2,000 for medical care and not to exceed $600 for dental care); transportation; maintenance of non-passenger-carrying vehicles; equipment, fixtures, books, magazines, and other educational sup- plies; recreational equipment and supplies, including rental of motion-picture films; stationery; postage; repairs; and other neces- sary items, including expenses incident to securing suitable homes for paroled or discharged girls, $41,920, of which sum not to exceed Mait°enance lim $23,060 may be expended for personal services: Provided, That the tation. total cost of maintaining inmates in said school, including all admin- istrative expenses, shall not exceed an average per capita of $575 per annum. DISTRIOT TRAINING SCHOOL Personal services. Maintenance, etc. Repairs, etc. Purchase of truck. Salaries. Maintenance, etc. Repairs, etc. Purchase of refrig- erator. Salaries. Maintenance, etc. Repairs, etc. Salaries. Contingent ex- penses. Purchase of station wagon. Repairs, etc. For personal services, including not to exceed $500 for com- pensation of consulting physicians at rates to be fixed by the Commissioners, and not to exceed $2,500 for temporary labor, $148,620. For maintenance and other necessary expenses, including the main- tenance of non-passenger-carrying motor vehicles, the purchase and maintenance of horses and wagons, farm machinery and imple- ments, and not to exceed $300 for the purchase of books, books of reference, and periodicals, $107,500. For repairs and improvements to buildings and grounds, $6,000. For purchase (including exchange) of one stake-body truck, $750. INDUSTRIAL HOME SCHOOL FO COLORED CHILDREN Salaries: For personal services, $40,505; temporary labor, $500; in all, $41,005. For maintenance, including purchase and maintenance of farm implements, horses, wagons, and harness, maintenance of non- passenger-carrying motor vehicles, not to exceed $2,250 for manual- training equipment and materials, $29,000. For repairs and improvements to buildings and grounds, $3,000. For purchase of a refrigerator, $850. INDUSTRIAL HOME SCHOOL Salaries: For personal services, $36,530; temporary labor, $1,000; in all, $37,530. For maintenance, including purchase of equipment, maintenance of non-passenger-carrying motor vehicles, $25,600. For repairs and improvements to buildings and grounds, $6,500. HOME FOR AGED AND INFIRM Salaries: For personal services, $87,560, including a superintendent at $4,600 per annum, to be appointed without reference to civil- service requirements; temporary labor, $2,000; in all, $89,560. For provisions, fuel, forage, harness and vehicles and repairs to same, ice, shoes, clothing, dry goods, tailoring, drugs and medical supplies, furniture and bedding, kitchen utensils, and other necessary items, and maintenance of non-passenger-carrying motor vehicles, $82,100. For purchase (including exchange) of one station wagon, $750. For repairs and improvements to buildings and grounds, such work to be performed by day labor or otherwise in the discretion of the Commssioners, $12,350. [54 STAT.