FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 159. 1876. 7]. and thirty-two dollars and twenty cents ; fourteen laborers' to assist in - same, three at two dollars per diem each, and eleven at one dollar and seventy-five cents per diem each, nine thousand two hundred and sixteen dollars and twenty-five cents, one laborer to superintend quarters of cadet midshipmen and public grounds, at two dollars and twenty- eight cents per diem, eight hundred and thirty-two dollars and twenty- cents; four attendants at recitation-rooms, library, chapel, and olhcos, at twenty dollars per month each nine hundred and sixty dollars.; twenty servants to keep in order and attend to quarters of cadet-midshipmen and public buildings, at twenty dollars per month each, four thousand eight hundred dollars; in all, seventeen thousand four hundred and sixty-one dollars and ninety cents. For pay of employees in the department of steam engineryffor ma- _ PaTy or employes chinists, boiler-makers, and others, eight thousand seven hundred and Q "°P‘“f?"°“" °f sixty dollars. S wm ?°§’m°ty' For necessary repairs of public buildings, pavements, wharves, and R°P¤lf¤· walls inclosing the grounds of the Naval Academy, for improvements and furniture and nxtures, twentyone thousand dollars. _ _ For paving street on the north side of the academy grounds, accord- ?¤·V¤¤s of ¤*¤=°*· ing to stipulations of the contract with the city of Annapolis, three thousand dollars. For fuel, and for heating and lighting the academy and school-ships, F¤<>1»1igh*i· _ eighteen thousand dollars. _ _ For contingent expenses, Naval Academy: For purchase of books for 6g;’;;t‘“g°"° °" the library, one thousand five hundred dollars. P ` For stationery, blank-books, models, maps, and so forth, and for textbooks for use of instructors, two thousand dollars. · I For expenses of the board of visitors, two thousand six hundred dollars. For purchase of chemicals, apparatus, and instruments in the department of physics and chemistry, and lor repairs of the same, two thousand five hundred dollars. For purchase of gas and steam-machinery, steam-pipe and fixtures, Gm, miscellane- 1'ent of building for use of the academy, freight, cartage, water, music, cus item . musical and astronomical instruments, uniforms for the bandsmen, telegraphing, and for the current expenses and repairs of all kinds, and for incidental labor and expenses not applicable to any other appropriation, thirty-four thousand six hundred dollars. For stores in the department of steam-enginery, eight hundred dollars. Stores. For materials for repairs in steam-machinery, one thousand dollars. Materials for re- -· p8.ll`S. MARINE CORPS. For pay of officers of the Marine Corps, and for pay of non-eomrnis— my of °m°°”· sioned officers, musicians, privates and others of the corps, and for trans- °t°‘ portation of officers travelling without troops, and for payments to discharged soldiers for clothing undrawn, six hundred and twenty-four thousand dollars. And from and after the passage of this act, there Num,,,, of Om, shall be no appointments, except by promotion, to till vacancies occur- cers limited. ring in the list of commissioned officers of the Marine Corps until the number of such officers shall have been reduced, by casualties or otherwise, to seventy-five. ` For provisions, ninety thousand dollars. Provision , For clothing, eighty thousand dollars. Clothing. For fuel, twenty-five thousand dollars. Fuel. For military stores, namely: For pay of mechanics, repair of arms, Military stores. purchase of aceontremeuts, ordnancestores, flags, drums, flies, and _ other instruments, five thousand dollars. For transportation of troops, and for expenses of recruiting, five thou- Tr=¤¤¤l¤¤¤‘¤¤ti<>¤ Salld dollars. of troops. For repairs of barracks, and rent of offices where there are no public BM¤wk¤ ¤ ¤ d buildings, five thousand dollars. “’“*’ °f °m°°”· _
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