FORTY SEVEN TH CONGRESS. Sess. L Ch. 391. 1882. 295 MARINE CORPS. For pay of officers on the active-list, as follows: For one colonel com- Pay- mandant, one colonel, two lieutenant-colonels, one adjutant and inspector, one quartermaster, one paymaster, four majors, two assistant qnartermasters, one judge-advocate-general United States Navy, nineteen captains, thirty first lieutenants, and fourteen second lieutenants, one hundred and seventy-two thousand eight hundred and forty dollars. For pay of officers on the retired—list: For one colonel, one lieutenantcolonel, three majors, two assistant quarteranasters, two captains, three first heutenauts, and three second lieutenants, twenty-seven thousand three hundred and seventy dollars. For pay of non-commissioned officers, musicians, and privates: For one leader of the baud, one sergeant-major, one quartermaster sergeant, and one drum major, fifty iirst sergeants, one hundred and forty sergeants, one hundred and eighty corporals, thirty musicians, ninety six drummers and flfers, and one thousand five hundred privates, three hun— dred and eighty-nine thousand and fifty-two dollars. For ten clerks and two messengers, sixteen thousand and thirty-five dollars; payments to discharged soldiers for clothing undrawn, twenty thousand dollars; transportation of officers traveling under orders without troops, eight thousand dollars; commutation of quarters for officers ,f1;herehthere are 130 tppblici builldmgs, ten thousand dollars; in all, fifty- urthousand an 'rty· ve dollars. Fic; provisions, sixty-eight thousand and thirteen dollars and ten Provisions. . cen ‘ d I§;grsclotl1iiiri$evcnE-nhae thousand eight hundred and twenty-three Clothing. o an 0 cen imlhor fuel, eighteen thousand four hundred and ninety-six dollars and Fuel. y cents. For military stores; namely: For pay of one chief armorer, at three Stores. dollars per day; three mechanics, at two dollars and fifty cents per day each; purchase, of military equipments, such as cartridge-boxes, bayonet-scabbards, haversacks, hlanketbags, canteens, musketslings, swouis, flags knapsacks, drums, nfes, bngles, and other instruments, . five thousand dollars; for purchase of one hundred Springlleld rifles, one thousand five hundred dollars; purchase of ammunition, one thou- » sand dollars; purchase and repair of instruments for the band, and purchase of music, five hundred dollars; in all, eleven thousand two hundred and eighty-six dollars and fifty cents For transportation of troops and for expenses of recruiting, ten thou- Transportation Saud dollars_ and recruiting. For repairs of barracks, and rent of buildings to be used for the manu- Repairs of bar factnre of clothing, stores for supplies, and offices of assistant quarter- mhmaster at Philadelphia, and for hire of quarters where there are no · public buildings, thirteen thousand dollars. For forage for four public horses one for messenger to commandant F<>¤G°· and stat}', Washington, District of Columbia, and three for general use at marine barracks, Mare. Island, California, and League Island, Pennsylvania, seven hundred and twenty dollars. _ _ · For the purchase of forage, four thousand six hundred and eighty dollars: Provided, That no commutation for forage shall be paid. Provin. _ For contingencies, namely: For freight; ferriage; toll; cartage; fu- 0<>¤**¤s¢¤¤1¤¤- neral expenses of marines ; stationery; telegraphmg; rent of telephone; apprehension of deserters; per diem to enhsted men employed on con- _ smut labor; repair of gas and water ilxtures; omce and barrack furniture; packingboxes; wmppmg-paper; 01l-cloth; crash; rope; twine; · carpenter’s tools; tools for police purposes; purchase and repair of hose; repairs to public carryall; purchase and repair of harness; purchase and repair of hand·carts and wheel-barrows; purchase and repair of coohingmtoves, ranges, and so forth; stoves where there are no gr•t¤•; purchase of ice; towels and soap for offices; improving parade-
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