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TWENTY-FIFTII CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 94. 1839. 359 and diligence be rendered manifest on the part of the owner; and if the death or loss of rangers’ horses shall have occurred for want of forage, it be at places where, acting in obedience to the orders of commanding officers, forage could not have been procured by proper vigilance on the part of the owner: No payment however shall be made for horses or other property lost or destroyed, when the loss or destruction shall have been occasioned by the fault or neglect of the owner, or where by the terms of the contract, the risk was upon the owner of the property:` and no greater sum of money than the fifty-two thousand dollars appropriated by this section, shall be drawn from the Treasury by reason of its provisions. Sec. 2. And be it farther enacted, That no part of the money ap- No money ap. propriated by this act shall be applied to the payment of any volunteers, P*9P¥i¤¥¤d l>Y except for arrearages, or for any expenses growing out of the employ- 3b1S,;? °§,€° inept of any vcilpntefrg fog the year eighteen hundred and thirty-eight. pp ’ i rrrtovnn, arc ‘ , 1 39. Srnura III. Guan. XCIV.-An not making appropriations for the support of the army for the Mm-ch 3, 1839, year one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine. 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-nine, that is to sa : For the bay of the army, one million five hundred and thirty-four Pay. thousand eight hundred and thirty-two dollars; For the subsistence of officers, four hundred and seventy thousand Subsistence of seven hundred and fifty-four dollars; °m°°'S· For forage of oiHcers’ horses, one hundred and eleven thousand one F¢>g¤g¢ f¤r<>fH· hundred and fifteen dollars; °"“ h°rs°°' For payments in lieu of clothing to discharged soldiers, and to oth- _P¤ym¢¤¢¤j¤ cers, in lieu of clothing for their servants, fifty-nine thousand four hun- hw °f °1°‘h‘“g‘ dred dollars; For subsistence, exclusive of that of officers, one million one hundred Subsistenceand twenty-two thousand eight hundred and thirty-one dollars; For clothing of the army, camp and garrison equipage, cooking Cl<>ihi¤g. &<=· utensils, and hospital furniture, four hundred and seventy-three thousand four hundred and thirty-tive dollars; For the medical and hospital department, twenty-four thousand four Medical ami hundred dollars; lrfjgiful dBm"' For the regular supplies furnished by the quartermaster’s department, supplies by Q, consisting of fuel, forage, straw, stationery, and printing, two hundred M¤S¤¤1"¤ d¢p’!· and forty-five thousand five hundred dollars; For barracks, quarters, store houses, embracing the repairs and en- Barracks. &·¤- largement of barracks, quarters, store houses, and hospitals, at the several posts; the erection of temporary cantonments 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 furni~ ture for the barrack rooms; rent of quarters for officers; of barracks for troops at posts where there are no public buildings for their accom— modation; of store houses for the safe keeping of subsistence, clothing, and other military supplies, and of grounds for summer cantonments, encampments, and military practice, one hundred thousand dollars; _ For the allowance made to officers for the transportation of their Transportation lisligilgié, when travelling on duty without troops, sixty thousand do]- ;€gg?°6Y¤ b¤K· ' o