FIFTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 171. 1892. 163 cgmpletion of the work, six hundred dollars, to be immediately availa e. INTEREST AND SINKING FUND. fuglwrestandsiukivg For interest and sinking fund on the funded debt, exclusive of water bonds, one million two hundred and thirteen thousand nine hundred and forty-seven dollars and ninety-seven cents. EMERGENCY FUND. Emergency fund. To be expended only in case of emergency, such as riot, pestilence, calamity by ilood or fire, and of like character, and in all other cases of emergency not otherwise suniciently provided for, nve thousand dollars: Provided, That in the purchase of all articles provided for in promo. this act no more than the market price shall be paid for any such rumnms. articles, and all bids for any such articles above the market price shall be rejected. * Fon REFOBMATORIES AND PRISONS. B•=f<>¤¤=¤t¤¤·1·¤¤ and prisons. Surronr or CONVICTSZ For support, maintenance, and transporta- S“PP°'* 0* °°¤*’i·=*¤· tion of convicts transferred from the District of Columbia, to be expended under the direction of the Attorney-General, twenty-one thousand dollars. TRANSPORTATION or PAUPERS Ann Pmsomms: For transporta- Oufmywz wie tion of paupers and conveying prisoners to the workhouse, four thou-` sand dollars. Fon Wnsnmeron ASYLUM! For one intendant, one thousand two ,__]_Y¤¤¤*¤z¢¤¤ -’-¤.v— hundred dollars; one matron, six hundred dollars; one visiting physi- ` cian, one thousand and eighty dollars; one resident physician, four hundred and eighty dollars; one clerk, six hundred dollars; one baker, · tour hundred and twenty dollars; one overseer, nine hundred dollars; tive overseers, at six hundred dollars each; one engineer, six hundred dollars; one assistant engineer, three hundred and nity dollars; one second assistant engineer, three hundred dollars; nve watchmen, at three hundred and sixty-five dollars each; one blacksmith, three hundred dollars; one hostler and ambulance driver, two hundred and forty dollars; one female keeper at workhouse, at three hundred dollars; one female keeper at workhouse, at one hundred and eighty dollars; four cooks, at one hundred and twenty dollars each; two cooks, at sixty dollars each; one trained nurse, thur hundred and twenty dollars; nve nurses, at sixty dollars each; one tailor, three hundred dol- » lars; in all, thirteen thousand nine hundred and ninety-nve dollars. For contingent expenses, including improvements and repairs, pro- Contingent oxvisions, fuel, forage, lumber, shoes, clothing, dry goods, hardware, W'"" medicines, repairs to tools, cars, tracks, steam heating and cooking apparatus, painting and other necessary items and services, forty-five thousand dollars. 1 For addition to kitchen and cooking appliances, three thousand dollars. For finishing new barn, five hundred dollars. For additional boiler and enlarging boilerhouse at female workhouse, eight hundred and nity dollars. Fon REFORM SCHOOL: For superintendent, one thousand nve hun- norm-mso1midred dollars; assistant superintendent, nine hundred dollars; teachers and assistant teachers, three thousand five hundred dollars; matron of school, six hundred dollars; three matrons of families, at one hundred and eighty dollars each; three foremen of workshops, at six hundred and sixty dollars each; tarmer, four hundred and eighty dollars; engineer, three hundred and ninety-six dollars; one assistant engineer, three hundred dollars; baker, cook, shoemaker, and tailor, at three hundred dollars each; laundress, one hundred and eighty dollars; two dining-room servants, seamstress, and chambermaid, at one
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