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Navy-yard, League Island, Pennsylvania : For repairs and improvement of grounds and construction of protection wall, seventyfive thousand dollars; for one timber dry-dock, the contract price for the full completion of which shall not exceed the amount herein appropriated, five hundred and fifty thousand dollars ; in all, six hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars.

Navy-yard, Washington, District of Columbia: For the better protection of the public property at the navy-yard, Washington, District of Columbia, from danger from fire by means of electric fire alarms, time signals and watchman detectors, one thousand dollars.

Navy-yard, Norfolk, Virginia: Iron and steel shop, seventy-five thousand dollars; railroad extension, ten thousand dollars; boilershop extension, fourteen thousand four hundred and eighty-eight dollars; water system, fifteen thousand dollars; in all, one hundred and fourteen thousand four hundred and eighty-eight dollars.

Navy-yard, Mare Island, California: Finishing boiler and machineshop, four thousand two hundred dollars; extending wharf from coalhouse to foundry, thirty thousand dollars; crane scow, seven thousand dollars; pile-driver, five thousand dollars; twelve-ton swinging crane, four thousand dollars; mud scow, four thousand five hundred dollars; in all, fifty-four thousand seven hundred dollars.

Naval station, Port Royal, South Carolina: Fencing, two hundred and twenty-eight dollars; artesian well, one thousand dollars; boathouse, four hundred dollars; in all, one thousand six hundred and twenty-eight dollars.

For the expenses of a commission of three officers, to be appointed by the Secretary of the Navy, to report as to the most desirable location on or near the coast of the Gulf of Mexico and the south Atlantic coast for navy-yards and dry docks and for the expenses of sounding and surveying and estimating expenses, fifteen thousand dollars. And the Secretary of the Navy be, and he is hereby, required to appoint a commission composed of three competent naval officers, whose duty it shall be to examine the coast north of the forty-second parallel of north latitude, in the State of Oregon and Territories of Washington and Alaska, and select a suitable site, having due regard to the commercial and naval necessities of that coast, for a navy-yard and docks; and having selected such site, shall, if upon private lands, estimate its value and ascertain the price for which it can be purchased, and of their proceedings and action make full and detailed report to the Secretary of the Navy; and the Secretary of the Navy shall transmit such report, with his recommendations, to Congress. That to defray the expenses of such commission the sum of five thousand dollars of the above amount, or as much thereof as may be necessary, may be used.

Adjustable stern-dock: For one adjustable stern-dock, to be constructed at such place as the Secretary of the Navy may determine, thirty thousand dollars.

For repairs and preservation at navy-yards and stations, three hundred thousand dollars.

NEW NAVAL OBSERVATORY.

New Naval Observatory: For continuing the erection of the new Naval Observatory and necessary buildings upon the site purchased under the act of Congress approved February fourth, eighteen hundred and eighty (twenty-one Statutes, page sixty-four), fifty thousand dollars: Provided, That the work upon the domes, piers, transit shutters and floors of the observing rooms, and the necessary elevators in the building, and the fittings of the library and of the temperature room may be done by the Secretary of the Navy without contract, or in such manner as he shall deem most advantageous to the Government, but the total cost of said observatory, including the aforesaid items, shall not exceed the limit of four hundred thousand dollars fixed by the act making appropriations for the naval service, approved March third, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven.

Total Public Works under Navy Department, one million three hundred and sixty-seven thousand one hundred and fifty-six dollars and forty-seven cents.

CONTINGENT BUREAU OF YARDS AND DOCKS: For contingent expenses that may arise at navy-yards and stations, twenty thousand dollars.

CIVIL ESTABLISHMENT, BUREAU OF YARDS AND Docks: Navyyard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire: For one clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one mail-messenger, at six hundred dollars per annum; one messenger, at six hundred dollars per annum; one foreman laborer at four dollars per diem; one janitor, six hundred dollars; one pilot, at three dollars per diem;

Navy-yard, Boston, Massachusetts: For one clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one foreman-laborer, at four dollars per diem; one messenger to commandant, at one dollar and seventy-six cents per diem; one messenger, at one dollar and seventy-six cents per diem; one mail-messenger, six hundred dollars per annum ;

Navy-yard, Brooklyn, New York: For one clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one writer, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents; one foreman-laborer, at four dollars and fifty cents per diem; one mail-messenger, at six hundred dollars per annum ; one messenger to commandant, at two dollars and fifty cents per diem; one messenger to captain, at two dollars and twenty-five cents per diem; one draughtsman, at five dollars per diem; one superintendent of teams or quarterman, at four dollars per diem ; one messenger to civil engineer, at two dollars per diem;

Navy-yard, League Island, Pennsylvania : one clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one messenger, at one dollar and seventy-six cents per diem; one foreman-laborer, at four dollars per diem ;

Navy-yard, Washington, District of Columbia : For one clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one messenger, at one dollar and seventy-six cents per diem ; one foreman-laborer, at four dollars per diem.

Navy-yard, Norfolk, Virginia : For one clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one writer, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents ; one foreman-laborer, at four dollars per diem; three messengers, at two dollars per diem each ; one pilot, at two dollars and twenty-six cents per diem;

Navy-yard, Pensacola, Florida : For one clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars ; one mail messenger, at six hundred dollars per annum ;

Navy-yard, Mare Island, California : For one clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars ; one writer, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents; one foreman-mason, at six dollars per diem ; one foreman-laborer, at five dollars and fifty cents per diem ; one pilot, at four dollars and eighty cents per diem ; one

draughtsman, at five dollars per diem ; one mail-messenger, at two dollars and seventy-four cents per diem ; one messenger, at two dollars and twenty cents per diem; one messenger and lamp-lighter, at two dollars and twenty cents per diem ; one bell-ringer, at two dollars and twenty-six cents per diem ;

Naval-station, Sackett's Harbor: For one ship-keeper, at one dollar per diem; in all, forty-six thousand five hundred and eighty-seven dollars and twenty-three cents.

And no other fund appropriated by this act shall be used in payment for such services.

NAVAL ASYLUM, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA: For one superintendent, at six hundred dollars; one steward, at four hundred and eighty dollars; one matron, at three hundred and sixty dollars; one chief cook, at two hundred and forty dollars; two assistant cooks, at one hundred and sixty-eight dollars each; one chief laundress, at one hundred and ninety-two dollars; six laundresses, at one hundred and sixty-eight dollars each; four scrubbers, at one hundred and sixtyeight dollars each; eight waiters, at one hundred and sixty-eight dollars each; six laborers, at two hundred and forty dollars each; one stable-keeper and driver, at three hundred and sixty dollars; one master-at-arms, at four hundred and eighty dollars; two house corporals, at three hundred dollars each; one barber, at three hundred and sixty dollars; one carpenter, at eight hundred and forty-five dollars.

Water-rent and gas, one thousand eight hundred dollars; cemetery, burial expenses, and headstones, three hundred and fifty dollars; improvement of grounds, five hundred dollars; repairs to buildings, furnaces, grates, ranges, furniture, and repairs of furniture, four thousand five hundred dollars; music in chapel, six hundred dollars;

Transportation of indigent and destitute beneficiaries to the Naval Asylum, five hundred dollars; erecting brick building for kitchen, laundry, and dormitories, for female employees, seventeen thousand five hundred dollars; removing range and laundry machinery to same, four hundred dollars; fitting up bath-rooms for beneficiaries, eight hundred dollars; support of beneficiaries, forty-six thousand one hundred dollars; in all, eighty-two thousand three hundred and sixty-seven dollars, which sum shall be paid out of the income from the naval pension fund.

BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT: For surgeons' necessaries for vessels in commission, navy-yards, naval-stations, Marine Corps, and Coast Survey, and for the civil establishment at the several naval hospitals, navy-yards, naval laboratory, museum of hygiene, and Naval Academy, fifty-seven thousand five hundred dollars.

NAVAL-HOSPITAL FUND: For maintenance of the naval hospitals at the various navy-yards and stations, twenty thousand dollars.

CONTINGENT, BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY: For freight or expressage on medical stores, toll, ferriages, transportation of sick and insane patients; care, transportation, and burial of the dead; advertising;

telegraphing; rent of telephones; purchase of books and stationery; binding of unbound books and pamphlets, postage and purchase of stamps for foreign service; expenses attending the medical board of examiners; rent of rooms for naval dispensary and museum of hygiene; hygienic and sanitary investigation and illustration; sanitary and hygienic instruction; purchase and repairs of wagons and harness; purchase of and feed for horses and cows; trees, plants, garden tools, and seeds; furniture and incidental articles for the museum of hygiene; naval dispensary, Washington; navallaboratory, sick-quarters at Naval Academy and marine barracks and dispensaries at navy-yards; washing for medical department at museum of hygiene, naval dispensary, Washington, naval laboratory, sick quarters at Naval Academy and marine barracks, dispensaries at navy-yards and naval stations and ships and rendezvous, and all other necessary contingent expenses, twenty-five thousand dollars;

REPAIRS, BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY: For necessary repairs of naval laboratory, naval hospitals, and appendages, including roads, wharves, out-houses, side-walks, fences, gardens, farms, and cemeteries, twenty thousand dollars;

For continuing the improvement of the naval-hospital park at Portsmouth, Virginia, five thousand dollars;

For repairing granite sea-wall at naval hospital Norfolk, Virginia, twenty thousand dollars; in all, one hundred and forty-seven thousand five hundred dollars.

BUREAU OF PROVISIONS AND CLOTHING. PROVISIONS, NAVY, BUREAU OF PROVISIONS AND CLOTHING: For provisions for the seamen and marines, commuted rations for officers, naval cadets, seamen, and marines, and commuted rations stopped on account of sick in hospital and credited to the hospital fund, nine hundred and sixty-five thousand dollars;

For water for drinking and cooking purposes on board ships, eleven thousand dollars;

Labor and expenses of general store-houses, ninety thousand dollars; in all, one million and sixty-six thousand dollars.

CONTINGENT, BUREAU OF PROVISIONS AND CLOTHING: For freight on shipments; candles, fuel, books and blanks, stationery, advertising; furniture for general store-houses and pay-offices in navyyards; expenses of naval clothing factory and machinery for same; foreign postage, telegrams, express charges tolls, ferriages, yoeman's stores, iron safes, newspapers, ice, and other necessary incidental expenses;

in all, thirty thousand dollars. ČIVIL ESTABLISHMENT, BUREAU OF PROVISIONS AND CLOTHING: Navy-yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire: In general store-houses: Two book-keepers at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum each, two thousand four hundred dollars; one assistant book-keeper, seven hundred and twenty dollars; one bill clerk, one thousand dollars; one assistant clerk, seven hundred and twenty dollars; one shipping and receiving clerk, one thousand dollars;

Navy-yard, Boston, Massachusetts: In general store-houses: One book-keeper, one thousand seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents; one shipping-clerk, nine hundred and thirty-nine dollars; one receiving clerk, nine hundred and thirty-nine dollars;

In pay-office: One writer, one thousand seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents;

Navy-yard, New York, New York: In general store-houses: Three book-keepers, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum each, three thousand six hundred dollars; one assistant book-keeper, one thousand dollars; one assistant book-keeper, seven hundred and twenty dollars; three receiving clerks, four dollars per diem, three thousand seven hundred and fifty-six dollars; one assistant receiving clerk, at one thousand and ninety-nine dollars; three shipping clerks, at one thousand dollars per annum, three thousand dollars; one bill clerk, one thousand doilars; one assistant bill clerk, seven hundred and twenty dollars; two leading men, at two dollars and fifty cents per diem each, one thousand five hundred and sixtyfive dollars; five pressmen, at two doilars and sevorty-six cents per diem each, four thousand three hundred and nineteen dollars and forty cents; one superintendent coffee-mills, at three dollars per diem, nine hundred and thirty-nine dollars; one box-maker three dollars per diem, nine hundred and thirty-nine dollars; one engine tender, three dollars and twenty-six cents per diem, one thousand and twenty dollars and thirty-eight cents; one coffee-roaster, two dollars and fifty cents per diem, seven hundred and eighty-two dollars and fifty cents; one fireman, two dollars per diem, six hundred and twenty-six dollars; one messenger, two dollars and fifty cents per diem, seven hundred and eighty-two dollars and fifty cents;

In pay-office: One writer, one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents; one messenger, at two dollars and fifty cents per diem, seven hundred and eighty-two dollars and fifty cents;

Navy-yard, League Island, Pennsylvania : In general store-house : One book-keeper, one thousand two hundred collars, one assistant book-keeper, seven hundred and twenty dollars;

Navy-yard, Washington, District of Columbia : In general storohouses: One book-keeper, one thousand two hundred dollars; one clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; one receiving clerk, one thousand dollars; one bill clerk, one thousand dollars ; one shipping clerk, one thousand dollars;

In pay-office: One writer, one thousand seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents;

Navy-yard, Norfolk, Virginia : In general store-houses: Two book-keepers, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum each, two thousand four hundred dollars ; two assistant book-keepers, at one thousand seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents per annum each, two thousand thirty-four dollars and fifty cents; one bill clerk, one thousand dollars ; one assistant bill clerk, seven hundred and twenty dollars; one receiving clerk, nine hundred and forty-two dollars ; one assistant receiving clerk, seven hundred and twenty dollars;

In pay-office: one writer, one thousand seventeen dollars and twentyfive cents;

Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland: In general store-house: One book-keeper, one thousand seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents; one receiving and shipping clerk, one thousand dollars;

Torpedo Station, Newport, Rhode Island: In general store-house: One clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars:

Navy-yard, Mare Island, California: In general store-houses: Two book-keepers, at one thousand two hundred dollars per annum each, two thousand four hundred dollars; two assistant book-keepers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each, one thousand four hundred and forty dollars; one receiving clerk, one thousand dollars; one shipping clerk, one thousand dollars; one bill clerk, one thousand dollars; one assistant clerk, one thousand dollars;

In pay-office: One writer, one thousand seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents; in all, sixty-seven thousand three hundred and twenty-five dollars and fifty-three cents. And no other fund appropriated by this act shall be used in payment for such services. 1299

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