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700 TWENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 107. 1844. Constructor. For pay of naval constructor, two thousand three hundred dollars; Inspector. For pay of inspector of timber, one thousand and fifty dollars; Clerks. For pay of clerk of the navy-yard, nine hundred dollars; For pay of two clerks to commandant of the navy-yard, sixteen hundred and fifty dollars; For pay of clerk to naval constructor, six hundred and fifty dollars; Porter. For pay of porter of navy-yard, three hundred dollars; Magazine For pay of keeper of the magazine, four hundred and eighty dollars; k°°P°" . For pay of the civil establishment of the navy—yard in Philadelphia, Phrladelphm. viz : Stcrckceper. For pay of naval store-keeper, twelve hundred and fifty dollars ; Clerk. For pay of clerk to naval store-keeper, seven hundred and fifty dol- Iars; Constructor. For pay of naval constructor, two thousand three hundred dollars; Inspector. For pay of inspector of timber, nine hundred dollars; Clerks. For pay of clerk of navy·yard, nine hundred dollars; For pay of clerk to commandant of the navy-yard, nine hundred dol- Iars; For pay of clerk to naval constructor, four hundred dollars; Porter. For pay of porter of navy-yard, three hundred dollars. Washington. For pay of the civil establishment at the navy-yard in Washington, District of Columbia, viz; _ c.msmwm_ For pay of chief naval constructor, three thousand dollars; Steam engi- For pay of principal steam engineer, twenty-five hundred dollars; ngigpekee For pay of naval store-keeper, seventeen hundred dollars; Clem pm" For pay of clerk of naval store·keeper, seven hundred and fifty dollars; Inspector. For pay of inspector of timber, nine hundred dollars; Clerks. For pay of clerk of navy—yard, nine hundred dollars; For pay of two clerks to commandant of navy-yard, sixteen hundred and fifty dollars; p,,m._ For pay of porter of the navy-yard, three hundred dollars; klgaggzine For pay of keeperof the magazine, four hundred and eighty dollars; (,,;},0,,. gigpr of the civil establishment at the navy-yard m Gosport, Vir- Storekeeper. For pay of the naval store-keeper, seventeen hundred dollars; Clerks. For pay of · three clerks to naval store-keeper, twenty-one hundred and fifty dollars; g0,,,m,cm,_ For pay of naval constructor, two thousand three hundred dollars; Inspector, For pay of inspector of timber, one thousand and fifty dollars; Clerks. For pay of clerk of navy-yard, nine hundred dollars; For pay of two clerks to commandant of navy-yards, sixteen hundred and fifty dollars; For pay of clerk to naval constructor, six hundred and fifty dollars; Porter. For pay of porter of the navy-yard, three hundred dollars; Magazine For pay of the keeper of the magazine, four hundred and eighty dolkeeper. 1,,,.8; Pensacola. For pay of the civil department of the navy-yard at Pensacola, in Florida, viz : Smrekeeper. For pay of naval store-keeper, seventeen hundred dollars; Clerks. For pay of two clerks to naval store-keepers, twelve hundred dollars; For pay of clerk of navy-yard, nine hundred dollars; For pay of two clerks to commandant of navy-yard, sixteen hundred and fifty dollars; Porter. For pay of porter of the navy-yard, three hundred dollars'; Warrant om- And it is hereby directed that the Secretary of the Navy shall order a °:' *° ‘°}‘° competent commissioned or warrant officer of the Navy to take charge 6 8TgG 0 stores . ,

,,r,,,,,;g,, PMs_ of the naval stores for forergn squadrons m the place of naval storekeepers at each of the foreign ports where said stores may be deposited