for every day

See: per diem
References in classic literature ?
For instance: The prisoner must pay, for the "privilege" of entering, a sum equivalent to 20 cents of our money; for the privilege of leaving, when his term had expired, 20 cents; for every day spent in the prison, 12 cents; for fire and light,
Stopping a day at Annapolis, he visited the shop of a well-known optician and ordered seven powerful telescopes, one for every day in the week.
From its initial concept of an ice cream flavor for every day of the month, Baskin-Robbins has grown to become the world's largest retailer of frozen treats, with more than 4,400 stores.