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FIFTY-SEOON D CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 172. 1892. 169 brick, flag, lime, cement, plaster, hair, sewer and drain pipe, blasting powder, fuse, iron, steel, tools, machinery, mantels, and other similar materials, renewing roofs, and for pay of overseer and master builder and citizen mechanics, and labor employed upon repairs and improvements that can not be done by enlisted men, sixteen thousand dollars. For fuel and apparatus, namely: Coal, wood charcoal, stoves, grates, F¤<>1¤¤<i1ightheaters, furnaces, ranges and fixtures, fire bricks, clay, sand, repairs of steamheating apparatus, grates, stoves, heaters, ranges, furnaces, and mica, fifteen thousand dollars. For gas pipes, fixtures, lampposts, gasometers, and retorts, and annual repairs of the same, one thousand five hundred dollars. For fuel for cadets’ mess hall, shops, and laundry, three thousand dollars. For postage and telegrams, two hundred and fifty dollars. P¤¤¤*g¢=·¤¢¤- For stationery, namely: Blank books, paper, envelopes, quills, steel Smtivnery- pens, rubbers, erascrs, pencils, mucilage, wax, wafers, folders, fasteners, rules, tiles, ink, inkstands, typewriting supplies, penholders, tape, desk knives, blotting pads, and rubber bands, eight hundred dollars. For transportation of materials, discharged cadets, and ferriages, rm¤¤p¤¤a¢i¤¤,m. one thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars! Printing: For printing and binding, type, materials for office, includ- P"‘P“¤S· ing repairs to motor, diplomas for graduates, annual registers, blanks, and monthly reports to parents of cadets, one thousand dollars. One printing press with steam and other attachments, one thousand five hundred dollars. For clerk to the disbursing officer and quartermaster, one thousand @**5- two hundred dollars. For clerk to adjutant in charge of cadet records, one thousand two hundred dollars. For clerk to treasurer, one thousand two hundred dollars. For one clerk to the adjutant, one thousand dollars. For department of cavalry, artillery, and infantry tactics, namely: 1D¤p=¤tm¤m¢ of cav- For tan bark or other proper cover for riding hall, to be immediately ?,§{;,‘?’§g'§§§§j *“‘°“" available and to be purchased in open market on written order of the Superintendent, six hundred dollars; For purchase of thirty assorted bits for instruction of cadets, one hundred and twenty dollars; · For purchase of one hundred saddlecloths for use of cadets, two lll1D- dred and nity dollars; For repairing camp stools and camp furniture, one hundred dollars; For furniture for offices and reception room for visitors, one hundred dollars· For stationery for use of instructor and assistant instructors of tactics, one hundred and fifty dollars; For plumes for cadet officers of the first class, seventy-tive dollars; For foils, masks, belts, fencing gloves, and boxing gloves, fencing jackets, gaiters, and repairs, two hundred and fifty dollars; For repairs and improvements of dressing rooms, walks, and dock at swimming place, two hundred and twenty dollars; For books and maps, binding books, and mounting maps, seventy- nve dollars; For silk sashes for cadet privates of the first-class acting as officers of the day or officers of the guard, and for cadet first sergeants and color bearer, two hundred and twenty dollars; For rugs, mats, and cuspidors for halls of cadet barracks, one hundred and fifty dollars; For soap used in scrubbing cadet barracks, fifty dollars; In all, two thousand three hundred and sixty dollars. _ _ For department of civil and military engineering: For models, maps, purchase and repair of instruments, text-books, books of reference, and me staiponery for the use of instructors, and contingencies, five hundred 0 ars;