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TWENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 77. 1845. 79[ For pay of principal steam engineer, two thousand five hundred Principal steam dollars ; engineer. For the support of the civil establishments at the several navy—yards, Civil establishthe officers and others to be paid the annual compensation that was “}"“°’ “" ”“"Y‘ allowed to them, severally, in " the act making appropriations for the vigil an 107 naval service for the year ending on the thirtieth June, eiohteen hun- l l l dred and forty-five," approved the seventeenth June, einhtezen hundred and forty-four, viz : ° For clothing for the navy, sixty thousand dollars. Clotlrinn. At Kittery, Maine.—For pay of storekeeper, naval constructor, in- Kittery? specter of timber, clerk to the yard, clerk to the commandant, clerk to the storekeeper, clerk to the naval constructor, and porter, seven thousand six hundred and fifty dollars. At Charlestown, Massachusctts.—For pay of storekeeper, naval Cl"¤'l¤¤l¤W¤- constructor, measurer, and inspector of timber, clerk to the yard, two clerks to the commandant, three clerks to the storekeeper, clerk to the naval constructor, keeper of magazine, and porter, eleven thousand one hundred and eighty dollars. At Brooklyn, Num York.-For pay of storekeeper, naval construe- B'°°klY¤· tor, measurer and inspector of timber, clerk to the yard, two clerks to the commandant, three clerks to the storekeeper, clerk to the naval constructor, keeper of the magazine, and porter, eleven thousand one hundred and eighty dollars. At Philadchmia.-—For pay of storekeeper, naval constructor, mea- l°hll“d°lPhi'*- surer and inspector of timber, clerk to the yard, clerk to the commandant, clerk to storekeeper, clerk to naval constructor, and porter, seven thousand seven hundred dollars. At WdS]LiHé't0lL.—·FOI pay of storekeeper, measurer and inspector W°'l’l¤§*°'*· of timber, clerk to the yard, two clerks to commaudant, clerk to the storekeeper, keeper of the magazine, and porter, six thousand six hundred and eighty dollars. At Gosport, Virginia.-For pay of storekeeper, naval constructor, G°*=P¤¤‘* measurer and inspector of timber, clerk to the yard, two clerks to the commandant, three clerks to the storekecper, clerk to the naval constructor, keeper of the magazine, and porter, eleven thousand one hundred and eighty dollars. At Pensacola.-For pay of storekeeper, naval constructor, clerk to 1’en¤ac<>1¤- the yard, two clerks to the commandant, two clerks to the storekeeper, and porter, eight thousand and fifty dollars. · At Jlhntplris, Yknnesscc.-—For pay of storekeeper, one thousand five M¢ml¤h¤S· hundred and fifty dollars; for pay of clerk to the yard, nine hundred dollars; for pay of clerk to the commandant, nine hundred dollars; for pay of porter, three hundred dollars; _ _ For provisions, including transportation, cooperage, and other.ex- P'°"’*“’“’- penses, six hundred and fifteen thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight Surgeons, M_ dollars; for surgeons’ necessaries and appliances for the sick and hurt of c,,,,,,,,,,,,, p,,,. th, the naval service, including the marine corps, thirty thousand dollars; navy and the For the increase, repair, armament, and equipment of the navy, and m’l:gfc;fel°;,_ wear and tear of vessels in commission, one million of dollars; for ord- pair, nc. nance and ordnance stores, including all incidental expenses, three 0"l”°"°°· hundred and seventy thousand eight hundred and eighty-hre dollars; For books, maps, charts, and instruments, bundling and repairing the &(i!¤¤ks,<=h¤r¤, same, and all the expenses of the Hydrographical Office, twenty-five " thousand five hundred dollars. For improvements and necessary repairs of navy-yards, viz: 0,.£,':5;?;f,lQ°s°i‘f At Kittery, ]|lainc.·-—For removing old cob-work m timber dock, one Kittery. thousand one hundred and fifty-eight dollars; for removing timber shed number thirteen, and steam-box house, five thousand seven hundred and forty-six dollars; lor saw-pits, hoop-heating furnace, and wells, one thousand and forty-one dollars;