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656 SIXTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. II. C11. 223. 1914. and in shops, brickyard, quarry, limekiln, laun , bathrooms, printing office, photogra h gallery, stables, policing §31d.ings and grounds; for the purchase oip cows, horses, mules, wagons, harness, veterinary supplies, lubricating oils office furniture, stoves, blankets, bedding, iron bnmks, paints and oils, library books, newspapers and periodicals, and electrical supplies; for payment of water suppby, telegrams, telephone service notarial an veterinary services; or advertising in newspapers; {or fees to consulting p ysicians called to determine mental conditions of supposed insane prisoners, and for other services in cases of emergency; or pay of extra guards or employees when deemed necessary by the Attomey General, and for expense of care and medical treatment of guards or employees who may be injured while endeavoring to prevent escapes or suppress mutiny, $50,000; H°°P**°* '°PP“°'· For hospital supplies, medicines, medical and surgical supplies, and all other articles or the care and treatment of sick prisonem; and for expensm gg interment of deceased prisoners on the penitentiary reservation, ,000; s°`°"°°° For salaries: Warden, $4,000; deputy warden, $2,000; chaplainsone $1,500, one $600_;J>hys1cian, $1,600; pharmacist and physician’s assistant, $1,000; chi c erk, $1,800; bookkeeper and record clerk, $1,200; stenographer, $900; four clerks, at $900 each; head c<£§ $1,000; steward and storekeeper, $1,200; superintendent of farm transportation, $900; three captains of watc , at $1,000 each; guards, at $70 per month each, $52,080; two teamsters, at $600 each; ` ggsréggd electrician, $1,500; two assistants, at $1,200 each; mug, $31;%1é floremen, laundcrymen, tailor, and printer, when necessary, In all, for at Leavenworth, Kansas, $222,780. sums, ca I£oIri support of the United States penitentiary at Atlanta, Georgia, as 0 ows: » ¤¤¥=¤i¤¤¤¤¤•- For subsistence, including the same objects specified under this lggsdmgor the United States penitentiary, Leavenworth, Kansas, ¤¤¤¤u¤¤z,¤·¤¤=r¤r¤— for clothing, trans ortation, and trave e nses inclu the u°°’°t°` same objects specified) under this head forhtlgz States tgétentiaily, Leavenworth, Kansas, $17,500; m=•=·¤¤¤··>¤=- or miscellaneous expenditures, in the discretion of the Attorney General, including the same objects specified under this head for the United Statetsllpemtentnary, Leavenworth, Kansas, $40,000; H°°P“°*=°¤P“°°- For hospi supplies, including the same objects specified under ghsiohgad or the nited States penitentiary, Leavenworth, Kansas, " 7 ¤·*•¤·¤· l·`or salaries: Warden, $4,000; deputy warden, $2,000; chaplainsone $1,500 one $1,200; chief clerk, $1,800; lphysician, $1,600; bookkeeper and record clerk, $1,200; stenograp er, $900; six clerks, at $900 each; telephone operator, $480; engineer 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, $43,000; in all, $74,580. For foreman, tailor, blacksmith, shoemaker, laundryman, and carpenter when necessary, $4,000· Hcmmmd wm In all, for pemtentiarykat Atlanta, Georgia, $175,680. S ‘ ’ For support of the mted States penitentiary, McNeil Island, “*’“"‘°“°°· W¢mlu§ton, as follows: For subsistence, including the same objects specifi under this head for the United States pemtientiary, Leaven- CM worth, Kansas, and for supphes for guards, $13,000; u,,,,,,{“,,f"·"’*‘“*’°‘*·" For clotlnng, transportation, and traveling expenses, including the same objects specified under this head for the United States penitentrary, Leavenworth, Kansas, $7,000;