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PUBLIC LAW 106—AUG. 3, 1951

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Operation and maintenance of buildings, grounds and equipment: For expenses necessary for the operation, repair, maintenance and improvement of public school buildings, grounds and equipment; purchase of equipment; and purchase, operation, repair, maintenance and insurance of passenger-carrying motor vehicles, including Districtowned or borrowed passenger motor vehicles; $4,576,500. C A P I T A L OUTLAY

Public school construction, sites and equipment: For the purchase of sites; for plans and specifications for the following school buildings: Armstrong Senior High School replacement, Dunbar Senior High School addition, Health School addition, Phelps Vocational High School addition, Randle Highlands Elementary School addition, Seaton Elementary School replacement, and Washington Vocational High School addition; for completing the construction of the following school buildings including building improvements and alterations, treatment of grounds, and the purchase of equipment: Browne Junior High School addition, Bunker Hill Elementary School addition, Davis Elementary School addition, a new extensible junior high school building in the vicinity of Pomeroy Road, Douglas Place, and Stanton Road Southeast (Douglass Junior High Scnool), Francis Junior High School addition, Keene Elementary School addition, Elementary school in the vicinity of River Terrace, Northeast, Spingam Senior High School, and Terrell Junior High School replacement; and for the construction of the following school buildings including building improvements and alterations, treatment of grounds, and the purchase of equipment: Payne Elementary School addition, Richardson Elementary School addition, and Turner Elementary School addition; to remain available until expended, $7,027,350, of which $190,000 shall be available for the use of the Municipal Architect and shall be credited to the appropriation account, "Office of Municipal Architect, construction services", and $1,347,260 shall not become available for expenditure until July 1, 1952; and the limits of cost contained in 64 Stat. 351. thg. District of Columbia Appropriation Act of 1951, for the following school buildings, are increased to the following amounts: Bunker Hill Elementary School addition, $850,200; Davis Elementary School addition, $495,000; Keene Elementary School addition, $660,000; Elementary school in the vicinity of River Terrace, Northeast, $326,000; Francis Junior High School addition, $534,750; new extensible junior high school building in the vicinity of Pomeroy Road, Douglas Place, and Stanton Road Southeast (Douglass Junior High School), $1,807,000; and Terrell Junior High School replacement, $1,891,500; and the limit of cost contained in the Supplemental 64 Stat. 1045. Appropriation Act, 1951, for the Browne Junior High School addition including eighteen classrooms, improvements, and alterations of the existing Duilding, and treatment of grounds, but excluding a gymnasium, is increased to $975,000. Permanent improvement of public school buildings: For permanent improvements and alterations of public school buildings, including the purchase of equipment and the elimination of fire hazards, $442,000, to remain available until expended. 39°stat^ i2(?™^' Section 6 of the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Appropriation 5U. s.'c. §§58,59. Act, approved May 10, 1916, as amended, shall not apply from July 1 to September 1, 1951, to teachers of the public schools of the District of Columbia when employed by any of the executive departments or independent establishments of the United States Government.