FIFTY-SECOND CON GRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 380. 1892. 38] are made by the home; also for all labor and material for upholstery shops, broom and soap shops, eighty-seven thousand five hundred and seventeen dollars and nftynine cents; For hospital, namely: Pay of assistant surgeons, matrons, druggists, Hospital •=>x1>¤¤¤¤¤· hospital stewards, ward masters, nurses, cooks, waiters, readers, hospital carriage-drivers, hearsedrivers, grave-diggers, funeral escort, and for such labor as may be necessary; for surgical instruments and appliances, medical books, medicine, liquors, fruits, and other necessaries tor the sick not on the regular ration; for bedsteads, bedding and materials and all other articles necessary for the wards; kitchen and dining room furniture, and appliances, carriage, hearsc, stretchers, cofiins, and materials; for tools of grave diggers, and for all repairs not done by the home, fifty-three thousand eight hundred and seventy dollars and live cents; For transportation, namely: For transportation of members of the Tr¤¤¤1><>rwri¤¤· home, two thousand nve hundred dollars; For construction, namely: Pay of chief engineer, builders, black- C°¤S"“°“°¤· smiths, carpenters, cabinctmakers, coopers, painters, gas-litters, plumbers, tinsmiths, wireworkers, steam—fitters; stone masons, quarrymen, whitewashers, and laborers, and for all machines, tools, appliances, and materials used under this head, seventythree thousand one hundred and sixty-three dollars and ei ghty-three cents; For one gas-holder, sixteen thousand and forty dollars. For farm, namely: Pay of farmer, chief gardener, harness-makers, ram expeum. farm hand, gardeners, stablemen, teamsters, dairymen, hogfeeders, and laborers, and for all machines, implements, tools, appliances, and materials required for such work; for grain, hay, and straw, dressing and seed, carriages, wagons, carts, and other conveyances; for all ani mals and fowls purchased for stock or for work (including animals in the park); for all materials, tools, and labor for ilower-garden, lawn and park; and for repairs not done by the home, twenty-two thousand five hundred dollars; In all, seven hundred and thirty-two thousand seven hundred and seventy-three dollars and five cents. AT THE NORTHWESTERN BRANCH, AT MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN: naiwmiim, ws. For current expenses, including the same objects specified under this °“""“ °‘*’°“"“’ head for the Central Branch, twentyseven thousand six hundred and ninety-nine dollars and ninety cents; For subsistence, including the same objects specified under this head >1¤\·¤i»=¤¤<··=· for the Central Branch, one hundred and twentyseven thousand eight hundred and eighty dollars; For clothing, including the same objects specified under this head tbr €l·>*l·*“¤· the Central Branch, thirty-five thousand dollars; For household, including the same objects specified under this head H*·¤¤¤l¤··l·l· for the Central Branch, fifty-six thousand nine hundred and fifty-two dollars; For hospital, including the same objects specified under this head for H¤¤1>i¤¤l· the Central Branch, twenty-seven thousand three hundred and nity dollars and eightydive cents; . For transportation of members of the home, two thousand dollars; T'““*I’°"“”°“· For construction, including the same objects specified under this C°¤*”“°”*°¤· head for the Central Branch, twenty thousand four hundred dollars; For extension of hospital, twenty thousand dollars; For extension of water supply, one thousand five hundred dollars; For farm, including the same objects specified under this head for F¤¤¤· the Central Branch, ten thousand dollars; , 1 In all, three hundred and twenty-eight thousand seven hundred and eighty-two dollars and seventy-tive cents; AT Tru: EASTERN B1zANcrr AT Toevs, MA1NE: For current ex- §g§f,;Q*;;·penm_ penses, including the same objects specified under this head for the Central Branch, twenty-four thousand five hundred and forty-two dollars and nfty-one cents;
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