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.148 TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Ssss. II. Ch. 17. 1837. Sn·ru·re II. , n ct makin a 'atizms or lhesu crt o the arm or c

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Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and the same are hereby, appropriated, to be paid out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the support of the army, during the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-seven; that is to say; _ Pay ofsrmy. For the pay of the army, one million ninety thousand one hundred and thirteen dollars: S,,;,,,;,,,,,,,,,,, of For the subsistence of officers, three hundred and thirty-two thousand •>Hi<=¢f¤· six hundred and thirty-eight dollars: I Forage forum- For forage of 0Hicers’ horses, seventy thousand nine hundred and °°"° °”°“· eighty-seven dollars: Clorhipg for For clothing for officers’ servants, twenty-six thousand five hundred Qgctgls “°" and fifty dollars: _ _ _ _ _ p,,,},,,,,,,, ;,, For payments in lieu of clothing to discharged soldiers, thirty thoulieu of clothing. sand dollars; Subsistence, For subsistence exclusive of that of officers, nine hundred and thir- °p°l,‘£“V° **1*3* teen thousand four hundred and forty-five dollars, including the sum of §,,,i°,,,f{:;°}f:, three hundred and five thousand three hundred and seventy-two dollars, of volunteers for the subsistence of the volunteers and militia called out for preventmd m*h“°· ing or suppressing Indian hostilities: Clothingmamp For clothing of the army, camp and garrison equipage, cooking

2gip$*“§;‘c utensils, and hospital furniture, two hundred and six thousand nine

' ° hundred and forty dollars: Ivteuicsl and For the medical and hospital department, thirty-eight thousand tive

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uigupltrgcs ru,. For the regular supplies furnished by the Quartermastefs Departnishedbypuur- ment, consisting of fue], forage, straw, stationery, and printing, two g;?,:::?: "D°' hundred and eight thousand dollars: Bm·,,c|{s, For barracks, quarters, store-houses, embracing the repairs and quarters, Gro enlargement of barracks, quarters, store-houses, and hospitals, at the several posts; the erection of temporarycautonments at such posts as shall be occupied during the year, and of gun—houses for the protection of the cannon at the forts on the seaboard, the purchase of the necessary tools and materials for the objects wanted, and of the authorized furniture for the barrack-rooms; rent of quarters for officers; of barracks for troops at posts where there are no public buildings for their accommodation; of store-houses for the safe-keeping of subsistence, clothing, Gac., and of grounds for summer cantonments, encampments, and military practice, ninety·x'ive thousand dollars: Tnuspogmiou or the allowance made to officers for the transportation of their bag- °l°&'°°’“ bag' a e, when travelling on duty without troo s the sum of tilt thousand M iota. P * ’ Transportation For the transportation of troops and supplies, viz : transportation of 25 Ufiggs glad the army, including the baggage of troops when moving either by land pp ’ ‘ or water; freight and ferriages; purchase or hire of horses, mules, oxen, carts, wagons, and boats, for the purpose of transportation, or for the use of garrison; drayage and cartage at the several posts; hire of teamsters; transportation of funds for the pay department; expense of sailing a public transport between the posts on the Gulf of Mexico, and of procuring water at such posts as, from their situation, require it; thetransportation of clothing from the depot at Philadelphia to the stations of the troops; of subsistence from the places of purchase, and the points of dehrery under contracts, to such places as the circumstances of the service may require it to be sent; of ordnance from the