SIXTYJIHIRD CONGRESS. Sess. HI. C11. 83. 1915 933 rinting outiit and materials, and maintenance of same; heating and Eghtmg; statrone , books, schoolbooks, and periodicals; fresh water, and wash1.ng;_paclEing boxes and materials; and all other contingent expenses; maintenance of dispensary building; lectures and suitable entertamments for apprentice seamen· in all, $70,000. NNVAL ·mArmNe s·rApproved, Rrronn Isr.Am>: Maintenance of naval H"‘°°' ’“‘ trmning station, Coasters Harbor Island, Rhode Island, namely: Labor and material; buildings and wharves; dredgiililg channels; extending sea wall; repairs to causeway and sea w ; general care, regains, and improvements of grounds, buildings, and wharves; w _ age, ferriage, and street car fare; purchase and maintenance of live stock, and attendance on same; w ons, carts, implements, and tools, and repairs to same, includmgutflre maintenance, repair, . and operation of two horse-drawn passenger—carrying vehicles to be used only for official puigppses; hre engines and extinguishers; gymnastic implements; mod and other articles needed in instruction of apprentice seamen· rinting outfit and materials, and maintenance of same; heating and lighting; stationery books, schoolbooks, and periodicals; fresh water, and washingl; packing boxes and materials; and all other contingent expenses; ectures and suitable entertainments for apprentice seamen; in all, $85,000: Provided, That the sum W, ,_,,_ to be paid out of this appropriation under ·the direction of the Sec- i¤¤¤· ' retary of the Navy for c erical, drafting, inspection, and messenger service for the Hscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and sixteen, shall not exceed $5,701.60. NAVAL ·rrz.An·rme STATION, Gmrur LAKES! Maintenance of naval “‘°°"·°""· training station: Labor and material; general care, repairs, and improvements of grounds, buildings, and piers; street car fare; purchase and maintenance of live stock, and attendance on same; motor-propelled vehicles, wagons, carts, implements, and tools, and repairs to same, including the maintenance, repair, and operation o one motor-propelled passerrgencarrying vehicle, and one horse-drawn passenger-carrying vehi e to be used only for official purposes; nre apparatus and extinguishers; gymnastic implements; mo els and other articles needed in instruction of apprentice seamenrinting outfit and material, and maintenance of same; heating and lighting, and repairs to power-plant equiplment, distributing mains, timnel, and con uits; stationery, books, sc oolbooks and periodicals; washing; packing boxes and materials; lectures and suitable entertainments for a prentice seamen· and all other contingent expenses: Prwided, That tilie sum to be paid out of this appropriation under the g:,•,L’,· M m_ direction of the Secretary of the Navy for clerical, drafting, inspec— iw- ' tion, and messe er service for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth nineteen hundrelf and sixteen, shall not exceed $1,500; in all, naval training station, Great Lakes, $80,000. _ NAVAL ·raAr1~zn~ze s·rA·rroN, SAINIP HELENA: Maintenance of naval S°‘“‘“°‘°’“· "“— training station; labor and material, general care, repairs, and rmprovements· schoolbooks; and all other mcidental expenses, $25 000. NAVAL WAR Connnen, Rnonn IsLAm>: For main_tenance of the R§"f"' w" °°“°'°· Naval War College on Coasters Harbor Island, including the maintenance, repair, and operation of one horse-drawn passenger-carrying vehicle to be used only for official purposes; and care of grounds for same, $25 250· services of a lecturer on international law, $2,000; sergices oflcivilian lpct1§rer1si)renderedpt;11t;l1lp Vgar Collgge, $330; care an reservationote`rary, incu'¤·tep1u·case,1n_ , _ and ile air of books of reference and periodicals, $1,300: Provgdlii M, s,,,_ That tile sum to be paid out of this approapriation under the direction iw. of the Secretary of the Navy for cleric , inspection, drafting, and messe er service for the iiscal year ending June thirt1eth, nmeteen himdrleg and sixteen shall not exceed $12,500; in all, Naval War College, Rhode Island, $28,850.
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