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r1rrrr.sEcoNn coNeRnss. sms. 1. on. 206. 1892. 237 thereof, and other necessary incidental expenses; in al], two hundred and forty thousand dollars. CONTINGENT, N AVY: For all emergencies and extraordinary expenses <1¤¤¤i¤g¤¤¢- arising at home or abroad, but impossible to be anticipated or classified, exclusive of personal services in the Navy Department or any of its subordinate Bureaus or offices, at Washington, District of Columbia, seven thousand dollars. BUREAU or NAVIGATION. t,_};·}*¤··¤ of N¤vi¤¤— GUNNERY EXEBCISES: For prizes for excellence in gunnery exer- Gnmneryexercises. cises and target practice; diagrams and reports of target practice for the establishment and maintenance of targets and ranges; for hiring established ranges, and for transport ation to and from ranges, six thousand dollars. OCEAN AND LAKE sUR.VEYs: For ocean and lake surveys, the pub- 0¤¤¤¤==¤·1 1¤k¤¤¤r— lication and care of the results thereof; the purchase of nautical books, ""' charts, and sailing directions, and freight and express charges on same; preparing and engraving on copper plates the surveys of the Mexican coasts, and the publication of a series of charts of the coasts of Central and South America, fourteen thousand dollars. BOUNTIES FOR OUTFITS FOR NAVAL APPRENTICESZ For bounties t_Ar1>~¤¤i¢¤¤’l>¤¤¤· for outfits of seven hundred and fifty naval apprentices, thirty thou- `"' sand dollars. B.Ec1zUm·1;NG, TRANSPORTATION, AND CONTINGENT BUREAU OF 1;¤¤a··i¤i¤;sé ¤¤¤¤·- NAV1GAu:1oN: For expenses of recruiting for the Naval Service; rent p° ° °°’ ' of rendezvous and expenses of maintaining the same; advertising for men and boys, and all other expenses attending the recruiting for the Naval Service, and for the transportation of enlisted men and boys at home and abroad; for heating apparatus for receiving and training ` ships, and extra expenses thereof; for freight, telegraphing on public business, postage on letters sent abroad, ferriage, ice, apprehension of deserters and stragglers, continuous-service certificates, discharges, good-conduct badges and medals for boys, schoolbooks for training ships, packing boxes and materials, and other contingent expenses and emergencies arising under cognizance of the Bureau of Navigation, unforeseen and impossible to classify, forty thousand dollars. NAVAL TRAINING STATION. CoAs1·ERs HARBOR ISLAND, Rnonn ¤N=¤·=¤1Tr=·i¤i¤gS¤=» IsLAND (FOR APPH.ENTICES)I For dredging channels, repairs to main °"‘ causeway, roads, and grounds, extending sea wall, and the employment of such labor as maybe necessary foI· the proper care and preservation of the same; for repairs to wharf and sea wall; for repairs and improvements on buildings, heating, lighting, and furniture for same; books and stationery, freight, and other contingent expenses; purchase of fbod and maintenance of live stock, and mail wagon and attendance on same, eighteen thousand dollars. NAVAL WAI: COLLEGE AND TORPEDO Scuoon ON COASTERS N¤v¤1W=¤¤·>¤·z¢- Humor: ISLAND! For maintenance of the Naval War College and Torpedo School on Coasters Harbor Island and care of grounds for same, eight thousand dollars. BUREAU or oRDNANcE. B·¤¤·¤°f°¤‘¤¤¤°°~ ORDNANCE AND oRDNANcE s·roREs: For procuring, producing, 0¤·i¤¤t:g; Md ·>¤i· pI‘€SB1‘Ving, and handling ordnance material; for the armament of umu S` ships; for fuel, tools, and material, and labor to be used in the general work of the Ordnance Department; for furniture at magazines, at the ordnance dock, New York, and at the naval ordnance and proving ground, one hundred and thirty thousand dollars; proof of naval armament, ten thousand dollars; expenses of target practice, fifteen thousand dollars;