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359 TWENTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 94. 1839_ Transportation For the transportation of troops, and supplies, viz: transportation of °f¤’*L9P° md 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; the transportation of clothing from the depot at Philadelphia to the stations of the troops; of subsistence from the places of purchase, and the points of delivery under contracts, to such places as the circumstances of the service may require it to be sent ; of ordnance from the foundries and arsenals to the fortifications and frontier posts, and of lead from the western mines to the several arsenals, the sum of two hundred and five thousand dollars; Quartermas. For the incidental expenses of the quartermastefs department, coni¤\"¤ d09m- sisting of postage on public letters and packets ; expenses of courts m°m' martial and courts of inquiry, including the compensation of judge advocates, members, and witnesses; extra pay to soldiers, under an act 2’AglgfB{:rg of Congress of the second of March, eighteen hundred and nineteen; ' expenses of expresses from the frontier posts; of the necessary articles for the interment of non-commissioned officers and soldiers; hire of laborers; compensation to clerks in the offices of quartermasters and assistant quartermasters at posts where their duties cannot be performed without such aid, and to temporary agents in charge of dismantled works, and in the performance of other duties; expenditures necessary to keep the two regiments of dragoons complete, including the purchase of horses to supply the place of those which may be lost and become unfit for service, and the erection of additional stables, one hundred and two thousand dollars; Contingencies. For contingencies of the army, seven thousand dollars; Exm, mY_ For two months' extra pay to re-enlisted soldiers, and for the contingent expenses of the recruiting service, thirty thousand nine hundred and twenty-seven dollars; National ar- For the national armories, three hundred and sixty thousand dollars; “X“°S· For the armament of the fortifications, one hundred thousand dollars; rmament of .

·,,,,;;;,,,,,,;,,,,,,_ I30G tHe current expenses of the ordnance service, one hundred thou-

Qrdnance ser- S8.!] O ats; Vgihnance Sm For ordnance, ordnance stores, and supplies, one hundred and twenty ’thousand dollars; Arsenals. For arsenals, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars; Spying5e1d M-. I For new machinery at the Springfield armory, twenty thousand dolmory. afs; Allegany and For the purchase of land at the Allegany and Watertown arsenals, three

£*°W¤ ¤'· thousand five hundred dollars;

D,,,,,,;,,g_ gw_ For the expense of preparing drawings of a uniform system of artillery, and for other supplies in the Ordnance Department, three thousand eight hundred dollars; Arrearages. For arrearages prior to the 1st of July, eighteen hundred and fifteen, per act of the first of May, eighteen hundred and twenty, payable through the Third Auditor’s Office, three thousand dollars; S,,,..,,,y;,,,,_,g,,,,_ For surveying and opening of the western frontier military road, military road. being the balance of an appropriation carried to the surplus fund, fifty- two thousand one hundred and twenty-five dollars and sixty-seven cents. Appropriations Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the following sums be, and f°’{°"*H°““°¤’· the same are hereby, appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the preservation, repairs, and construction of certain fortifications and incidental expenses for the year eighteen hundred and thirty-nine, viz: