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DEPARTMENT OF LABOR.

For compensation of the Commissioner of Labor, five thousand dollars; chief clerk, two thousand five hundred dollars; disbursing clerk, one thousand eight hundred dollars; four clerks of class four, all to be statistical experts; five clerks of class three, one of whom may be a stenographer; six clerks of class two, one of whom may be a translator and one of whom may be a stenographer; eight clerks of class one; five clerks, at one thousand dollars each; two copyists, at nine hundred dollars each; two copyists, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; one messenger; one assistant messenger; three watchmen; two skilled laborers, at six hundred dollars each; two charwomen; six special agents, at one thousand six hundred dollars each; ten special agents, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; four special agents, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; in all, eighty-four thousand five hundred and forty dollars.

For per diem, in lieu of subsistence of special agents while traveling on duty outside of the District of Columbia, at a rate not to exceed three dollars per day, and for their transportation, and for employment of experts and temporary assistance, and for traveling expenses of officers and employees, forty-three thousand five hundred dollars.

For stationery, two thousand dollars.

For books, periodicals, and newspapers for the library, one thousand dollars.

For postage-stamps to prepay postage on matter addressed to Postal-Union countries, two hundred dollars.

For rent.of rooms, four thousand dollars.

For contingent expenses, namely: For furniture, carpets, ice, lumber, hardware, dry-goods, advertising, telegraphing, telephone service, expressage, repairs of cases and furniture, and so forth, fuel and lights, soap, brushes, brooms, mats, and other absolutely necessary expenses, five thousand dollars.

SEC. 2. That the pay of assistant messengers, firemen, watchmen, .laborers, and charwomen provided for in this act, unless otherwise specially stated, shall be as follows: For assistant messengers, firemen, and watchmen, at the rate of seven hundred and twenty dollars per annum each; for laborers, at the rate of six hundred and sixty dollars per annum each; and for charwomen, at the rate of two hundred and forty dollars per annum each.

Approved, July 11, 1888.

[PUBLIC—No. 187.]

AN ACT making appropriations to provide for the expenses of the government of the District of Columbia for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the half of the following sums named, respectively, is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, and the other half out of the revenues of the District of Columbia, for the purposes following, being the estimated expenses of the government of the District of Columbia for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, namely:

GENERAL EXPENSES.

FOR SALARIES AND CONTINGENT EXPENSES.

FOR EXECUTIVE OFFICE : For two Commissioners, at five thousand dollars each; one Engineer Commissioner, nine hundred and twentyfour dollars (to make salary five thousand dollars); one secretary, two thousand one hundred and sixty dollars; one clerk, one thousand five hundred dollars; one clerk, one thousand four hundred dollars; two clerks, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; one messenger, six hundred dollars; one messenger, four hundred and eighty dollars; one driver, four hundred and eighty dollars; one inspector of buildings, two thousand four hundred dollars; one assistant inspector of buildings, one thousand two hundred 'dollars; one assistant inspector of buildings, one thousand dollars; one clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars; one clerk, nine hundred dollars; one messenger, four hundred and eighty dollars; one janitor, seven. hundred dollars; one steam engineer, nine hundred dollars; one property clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars; one clerk, nine hundred dollars; one clerk, seven hundred and twenty dollars; one messenger clerk, six hundred dollars; one messenger, four hundred and eighty dollars; three watchmen, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; one chief inspector of plumbing, two thousand dollars; two assistant inspectors of plumbing, at one thousand dollars each; one harbor master, one thousand two hundred dollars; for rent of property yards, eight hundred dollars; for contingent expenses, including printing, books, stationery, horseshoeing, and other necessary expenses, three thousand dollars; in all, forty-three thousand eight hundred and sixty-four dollars: Provided, That so much of the District of Columbia appropriation act approved February twenty-fifth, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, as provides “that hereafter all appropriations made for contingent expenses of the District of Columbia shall be expended under the direction and in the sole discretion of the Commissioners,” be, and the same is hereby, repealed.

FOR ASSESSOR'S OFFICE : For one assessor, three thousand dollars ; two assistant assessors, at one thousand six hundred dollars each;

one special assessment clerk, one thousand seven hundred dollars ; one Clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars ; two clerks, at one thousand dollars each ; one clerk, at one thousand dollars, in charge of records; one license clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars ; one inspector of licenses, one thousand two hundred dollars ; oné assistant or clerk, nine hundred dollars ; one clerk and messenger, nine hundred dollars ; for contingent expenses, including printing, books, stationery, detection of frauds on the revenue, and other necessary items, one thousand dollars; in all, seventeen thousand three hundred dollars.

For the purpose of defraying the expense of the assessment of real property in the District of Columbia, as provided by the act of March third, eighteen hundred and eighty-three, fifteen thousand dollars.

FOR COLLECTOR'S OFFICE: For one collector, four thousand dollars; one cashier, one thousand eight hundred dollars, and such cashier shall hereafter, in the necessary absence or inability of the collector, from any cause perform his duties without any additional compensation; one bookkeeper, one thousand six hundred dollars; four Clerks, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; three clerks, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; one messenger, six hundred dollars; for services necessary for completing an exhibit of all outstanding taxes in arrears, five hundred dollars; for contingent expenses, including printing, books, stationery, and other necessary items, two thousand seven hundred dollars; in all, twenty thousand four hun. dred dollars.

For necessary expenses in the collection by distraint and sale of over-due personal taxes, and for other necessary items, two thousand dollars: Provided, that the fees and cost of proceeding collected by the collector of taxes under the act of March third, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, for making distress and sale of property for personal taxes in arrears, shall be deposited by said collector in the Treasury of the United States as other revenues of the District are deposited.

FOR AUDITOR'S OFFICE: For one auditor, three thousand dollars; one chief clerk, who shall, in the necessary absence or inability of the auditor from any cause perform his duties, without additional compensation, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one bookkeeper, one thousand eight hundred dollars; one clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars; two clerks, at one thousand four hundred dollars each; three clerks, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; one messenger, six hundred dollars; for temporary clerk-hire, one thousand dollars; for contingent expenses, including books, stationery, and other necessary items, three hundred dollars; in all, sixteen thousand five hundred dollars.

FOR ATTORNEY'S OFFICE: For one attorney, four thousand dollars; one assistant attorney, two thousand dollars; one special assistant attorney, one thousand two hundred dollars; one law clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; one messenger, two hundred dollars ; for rent of office, one hundred dollars; for contingent expenses, including books, stationery, printing, and other necessary items, four hundred dollars; for judicial expenses, including the printing of briefs and witness fees in District cases before the supreme court of the District of Columbia, two thousand five hundred dollars; in all, eleven thousand six hundred dollars.

FOR SINKING FUND OFFICE, UNDER CONTROL OF THE TREASURER OF THE UNITED STATES: For one clerk, one thousand five hundred dollars; one clerk, nine hundred dollars; for contingent expenses, including books, stationery, printing, and miscellaneous items, three hundred dollars; in all, two thousand seven hundred dollars.

FOR CORONER'S OFFICE : For one coroner, one thousand eight hundred dollars; for contingent expenses, including jurors' fees, stationery, books, blanks, removal of deceased persons, making autopsies, and holding inquests, seven hundred dollars; for services in care of morgue, three hundred dollars; in all, two thousand eight hundred dollars.

FOR MARKET-MASTERS : For two market-masters, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; one market-master, nine hundred dollars; for hire of laborers for cleaning markets at rate not exceeding one hundred dollars per market, three hundred dollars; for repairs and painting during fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, one thousand dollars; contingent expenses and other necessary items, four hundred dollars; in all, five thousand dollars.

FOR ENGINEER'S OFFICE : One chief clerk, one thousand nine hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand six hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars; four clerks, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; one clerk, at nine hundred dollars; one computing engineer, two thousand four hundred dollars; one inspector of asphalt and cements, two thousand four hundred dollars; one messenger, four hundred and eighty dollars; one inspector of gas and meters, two thousand dollars; one superintendent of streets, two thousand dollars; one superintendent of roads, one thousand four hundred dollars; one superintendent of lamps, nine hun. dred dollars; superintendent of parking, one thousand two hundred dollars; one assistant superintendent of parking, seven hundred dollars; one assistant engineer, one thousand six hundred dollars; two assistant engineers, at one thousand five hundred dollars each; one draughtsman, one thousand two hundred dollars; three inspectors of streets and sewers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; three rodmen, at seven hundred and eighty dollars each; three axmen, at six hundred and fifty dollars each; one messenger clerk, at six hundred dollars; two messengers, at four hundred and eighty dollars each; two laborers, at three hundred and sixty dollars each; in all, fortý thousand and fifty dollars.

That hereafter all fees collected by the inspector of gas and meters and the harbor-master and amounts collected for leases of streets and reservations and wharf charges shall be paid to the collector for payment into the Treasury to the credit of the United States and the District of Columbia in equal parts.

For contingent expenses, including books, stationery, binding and preservation of records in the engineer's and surveyor's offices, printing, transportation (vehicles, animals, saddlery, forage, and repairs), maintaining and keeping in good order and repair the laboratory and apparatus in the office

of the inspector of gas and meters, and other necessary items, four thousand six hundred dollars.

For placing in good order the laboratory and apparatus in the office of the inspector of asphalt and cement and for general supplies, one thousand dollars.

That overseers and inspectors, temporarily required in connection with sewer, street, or road work, or the construction and repair of buildings and bridges, or any work done under contracts authorized by appropriations shall be paid out of the sums appropriated for the work, and for the time actually engaged thereon; and the Commissioners of the District, in their annual report to Congress, shall report the number of such overseers and inspectors, and their work, anů the sums paid to each, and out of what appropriation.

STREETS, AVENUES, ALLEYS, AND ROADS.

For work on sundry streets and avenues and replacement of wood puvewents, six hundred and fifteen thousand dollars, to be expended in the discretion of the Commissioners on streets and avenues specified in the foữlowing schedules and in the aggregate for each schedule as stated herein, namely:

GENERAL SCHEDULE:

For paving the following streets and avenues, namely:

C street (southwest and southeast), from First'street to New Jersey avenue;

Seventh street northwest, from Q to Boundary streets;

Eleventh street southeast, from Pennsylvania avenue to Anacostia Bridge;

Four-and-a-half street, from H street to Arsenal, and from D street northwest to Pennsylvania avenue;

Brightwood avenue, Seventh street extended, from Grant avenue to Princeton street;

Street on the south and west side of the Treasury Building, from Fifteenth street to Pennsylvania avenue, and removing gates and other obstructions;

For grading and regulating Pennsylvania avenue southeast, from Eleventh street to new bridge; in all, for general schedule, one hundred and forty-four thousand six hundred dollars.

GEORGETOWN SCHEDULE: For paving the following streets, namely:
Thirtieth street, from P to Q streets;
Q street, from Twenty-eighth to Thirtieth streets;
O street, from Thirty-fifth to College gate;

For grading and regulating the following streets and avenue, namely:

Thirty-third street, from P street northward;
Thirty-fourth street, from M to N streets;

Prospect avenue, where necessary, from Thirty-third to Thirtysixth streets; in all, for Georgetown schedule, thirty-eight thousand six hundred dollars.

NORTHWEST SECTION SCHEDULE: For paving the following streets and avenues, namely:

New York avenue, from Seventh street to New Jersey avenue; Fifteenth street (west side), from Pennsylvania avenue to New York avenue;

Twelfth street, from R to S streets;
R street, from Seventh to Ninth streets;
S street, from Seventh to Eleventh streets;
Fifth street, from O street to Boundary;
Rhode Island avenue, from Fifth street to Boundary;
O street, from Twenty-first to Twenty-second streets;
Twenty-second street, from M to P streets;
Boundary street, from Seventh street to New Jersey avenue;

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