Annual Reports of the Navy Department: Report of the Secretary of the Navy. Miscellaneous reports

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1888

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Página 47 - Estimated amount which will be required for each detailed object of expenditure. Total amount to be appropriated under each head of appropriation. Amount appropriated for the current fiscal year ending June 30, 1897. Detailed objects of expenditure, and explanations.
Página 70 - For expenses of recruiting for the naval service, rent of rendezvous and expenses of maintaining the same, advertising for men and boys? and all other expenses attending the recruiting for the naval service and for the transportation of enlisted men and boys at home and abroad, thirty thousand dollars.
Página 418 - ... a bond, with two or more sufficient sureties, to be approved by the commissioners, in the sum of one hundred dollars, payable to the state...
Página 175 - Bureau since March, 1865, the date of my last official report. The operations of the Bureau during this period— of about seven and twothirds months — are briefly presented by the following summary : 1. Number of records of general courte-martial...
Página 239 - Be it known that I, James Forncrook, of Watertown, in the county of Jefferson and State of Wisconsin, have invented certain new and useful improvements in sectional honey -frames, and I do hereby declare the following to be a full, clear, and exact description of the invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it appertains to make and use the same...
Página 86 - ... car fare and ferriage in visiting merchant vessels, freight and express charges, telegrams, and other necessary expenses incurred in collecting the latest information for pilot charts, and for other purposes for which the offices were established, $16,000.
Página ix - If slower than ironclads she could not keep the sea, and if slower than merchantmen she might as well stay in port.
Página 45 - ... regular session thereafter, the amount expended during the prior fiscal year, from the appropriations for the pay of the Navy, Bureaus of Navigation, Ordnance, Equipment and Recruiting, Yards and Docks, Medicine and Surgery, Provisions and Clothing, Construction and Repair, and Steam-Engineering...
Página viii - So successfully was this policy achieved that Secretary Whitney reported before leaving office that "at the present time the conditions are such that everything necessary to a first-class fighting ship can be produced and furnished to the Department in this country as soon as in the course of construction any element or feature is required; but this has never heretofore until the present time been true."90 "Ibid., 48 Cong., 2 sess., 11-14.
Página 70 - EQUIPMENT OF VESSELS: For coal for steamers' and ships' use, including expenses of transportation, storage, and handling; hemp, wire, and other materials for the manufacture of rope and cordage; iron for the manufacture of anchors, cables, galleys, and chains; canvas for the manufacture of sails, awnings...

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