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NEW OFFICES CREATED AND OFFICES OMITTED, ETC.—Continued.

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Total, under act to fix and regulate salaries of teach

1,588 1,299,335.00 1,559 1, 137, 970.00

ers, etc..

Janitors: For janitors and care of school buildings and grounds,

the gross appropriation is increased from $83,480 for 1906, to $92,100 for 1907-an increase of $8,620...

Total, Public Schools, specific....

1,588 1,299,335.00 1,559 1,137,970.00

METROPOLITAN POLICE.

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Under the provisions of the “Act to amend section one of an

act entitled 'An act relating to the Metropolitan Police of the District of Columbia, approved February 28, 1901,' approved June 8, 1906, pages 519 to 522, inclusive, the following shows the number and compensation of persons appropriated for, for the fiscal year 1907, compared with the number and compensation of persons appropriated for, for the fiscal year 1906, namely: Major and superintendent Assistant superintendent with rank of inspector Inspectors, at $1,800 each Captains, at $1,500 each... Chief clerk, who shall also be property clerk. Clerk Clerks, at $900 each Surgeons of the police and fire departments, at $600 each... Additional compensation for 20 privates detailed for special

service in the detection and prevention of crime... Lieutenants, one of whom shall be harbor master, at $1,320

each
Sergeants, one of whom may be detailed for duty in the harbor

patrol, at $1,250 each.
Privates of class 3, at $1,200 each.
Privates of class 2, at $1,080 each.
Privates of class 1, at $900 each.
For amount required to pay salaries of privates of class 2

who wiil be promoted to class 3 and privates of class 1

who will be promoted to class 2 during the fiscal year 1907.
Telephone operators, at $600 each.
Janitor for police headquarters..
Laborers, at $600 each.
Messenger..
Messenger
For major and superintendent, mounted.
For inspector, mounted

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720.00 7,800.00

700.00 500.00 240.00 240.00

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Messenger-Continued.
For 55 captains, lieutenants, sergeants, and privates, mounted,

at $240 each
For 64 lieutenants, sergeants, and privates, mounted on bicy-

cles, at $50 each..
Drivers, at $600 each
Police matrons, at $600 each

Major and superintendent
Captain and assistant superintendent
Captains, at $1,500 each
Chief clerk, who shall also be property clerk
Clerk
Clerk
Clerks, at $720 each.
Surgeons of the police and fire departments, at $540 each.
For additional compensation for 20 privates detailed for

special service in the detection and prevention of crime..
Lieutenants, at $1,320 each
Sergeants, at $1,140 each
Privates, class 1, at $900 each
Privates, class 2, at $1,080 each.
Telephone operators, at $600 each
Station keepers, at $840 each...
Janitor for police headquarters
Laborers, at $600 each...
Messenger
Messenger
For major and superintendent, mounted
For captain, mounted..
For 55 lieutenants, sergeants, and privates, mounted, at

$240 each.....
For 64 sergeants and privates, mounted on bicycles, at

$40 each.. Drivers, at $600 each Police matrons, at $600 each

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Total, under act approved June 8, 1906
House of Detention:
Guards, at $600 each..
Matrons, at $600 each..

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FIRE DEPARTMENT.

(By the act to classify the officers and members of the fire

department of the District of Columbia, and for other pur

poses, pp. 517, 518.)
Deputy fire marshal .
Inspectors, at $1,080 each.
Clerk
Clerk

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1,400.00 2, 160.00 1,400.00 1,200.00

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Judge
Clerk..
Chief probation officer.
Probation officer
Janitor ...
Deputy marshal, at $3 per day while

employed..
In cases of sickness, absence, disability,

expiration of term of service, or death
of the judge of the juvenile court, any
one of the justices of the supreme
court of the District of Columbia may
designate one of the justices of the Act, March 19, 1906,
peace of said District to discharge the

p. 541, and District

of Columbia apduties of said judge of the juvenile court until such disability be removed

propriation Act, or vacancy filled, and the justice of the peace so designated shall, before entering upon his duties as such acting judge, take the oath prescribed for judges of courts of the United States; and said acting judge shall receive fire dollars per day in addition to his salary as justice of the peace for the term that he shall serve, to be paid in the same manner as the salary of the judge of the juvenile court. (Sec. 3.)

Total, Juvenile Court, specific.

p. 89.

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NEW OFFICES CREATED AND OFFICES OMITTED, ETC.-Continued.

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1,000.00

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Total, Water Department..
Total, District of Columbia, specific ...

150.00

2, 702 2,511, 738.01 2,597 2, 135, 790.00 printers' assistants, the appropriation is increased from $1,250,000 for 1906, to $1,553,131 for 1907, and by the deficiency act (p. 358), an additional appropriation of $23,332.43 is made for the balance of the fiscal year 1906-a total increase of $326,463.43.

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(By the Sundry Civil appropriation act, pp. 283 to 355, inclusive.)

LIFE-SAVING SERVICE. The number of keepers of life-saving and life-boat stations and of houses of refuge is increased from 286 for 1966, to 287 for 1907....

CUSTOMS SERVICE.

To be appointed by the Attorney-GenSolicitor of Customs...

eral at the request of the Secretary of Assistants, at $3,000 each.

the Treasury, to protect the interests

of the United States in all cases and Counsel ..

matters before the Board of General

Appraisers.
Collector of customs for the collection district of Sabine,
Deputy collector of customs to reside at the subport of Sa-

Act, bine, Tex., and such other officers of the customs as

June 19, may be deemed necessary by the Secretary of the Treas

1906, ury shall be appointed to reside at said subport, and receive such compensation as in the judgment of the

page

447.
Secretary of the Treasury the exigencies of commerce
may require...
Total, Customs Service, specific .

REVENUE-CUTTER SERVICE.
Engineer in chief (cleficiency act, p. 395)
Constructor for engineering duty.
Civilian instructor..
Civilian instructor..
The number of officers on the active list

in the grade of third lieutenant in the
Revenue-Cutter Service shall not exceed

37 after June 23, 1906.. Until such time as the grade of third lieu

tenant shall be filled as provided there may be advanced to that grade any cadet Act, June 23, 1906, p. 450. of the line who has served not less than two years as such cadet, and is recommended for advancement by the Secretary of the Treasury.. The number of cadets of the line allowed

in the Revenue-Cutter Service shall be
such as to provide for filling the vacan-
cies that may occur in the grade of third
lieutenant in said Service.

Captain of engineers..
Chief engineer..
Chief engineer (act, June 23, 1906, p. 450)...
Total, Revenue-Cutter Service, specific...

ENGRAVING AND PRINTING.
For salaries of all necessary clerks and employees, other than plate

printers and plate printers'assistants, the appropriation is increased
from $1,140,000 pr 1906, to $1,177,894 for 1907—an increase of

$37,894.. For wages of plate printers at piece rates, including the wages of

...Deficiency act, page 395

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