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BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR: Constru stion and repair of vessels: For preservation and completion of vessels on the stocks and in ordinary; purchase of materials and stores of all kinds; for steam steerers, pneumatic steerers, steam capstans, steam windlasses, and other steam auxiliaries; labor in navy-yards and on foreign stations; purchase of machinery and tools for use in shops; wear, tear, and repair of vessels afloat, and for general care, increase, and protection of the Navy in the line of construction and repair; incidental expenses, such as advertising, freight, foreign postages, telegrams, photographing, books, plans, stationery, and instruments for drawing-room, eight hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars: Provided, That no part of this sum shall be applied to the repairs of any wooden ship when the estimated cost of such repairs, to be appraised by a competent board of naval officers, shall exceed twenty per centum of the estimated cost, appraised in like manner, of a new ship of the same size and like material: Provided further, That nothing herein contained shall deprive the Secretary of the Navy of the authority to order repairs of ships damaged in foreign waters or on the high seas, so far as may be necessary to bring them home;

Improvement of the Plant at the Navy-yard, Mare Island, California: Extra tools required to put the yard in condition for building and repairing iron and steel ships, one hundred thousand dollars;

CIVIL ESTABLISHMENT, BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR : Navy-yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire: For one clerk to naval constructor, at one thousand four hundred dollars; two writers, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents each;

Navy-yard, Boston, Massachusetts: For one clerk to naval constructor, at one thousand four hundred dollars;

Navy-yard, Brooklyn, New York: For one clerk to naval constructor, at one thousand four hundred dollars; three writers, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents each;

Navy-yard, League Island, Pennsylvania: For one clerk to naval constructor, at one thousand four hundred dollars;

Navy-yard, Washington, District of Columbia: For one clerk to naval constructor, at one thousand four hundred dollars;

Navy-yard, Norfolk, Virginia: For one clerk to naval constructor, at one thousand four hundred dollars; two writers, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents each;

Navy-yard, Pensacola, Forida: For one writer, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents;

Navy-yard, Mare Island, California: For one clerk to naval constructor, at one thousand four hundred dollars; two writers, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents each; in all, nineteen thousand nine hundred and seventy-two dollars and fifty cents. And no other fund appropriated by this act shall be used in payment for such services.

BUREAU OF STEAM ENGINEERING. STEAM-MACHINERY: For completion, repairs, and preservation of machinery and boilers of naval vessels, including cost of new boilers, preservation of and small repairs to machinery and boilers in vessels in ordinary, receiving and training vessels, repair and care of machinery of yard tugs and launches, three hundred and seventy thousand dollars.

For purchase, handling, and preservation of all materials and stores, purchase, fitting, repair, and preservation of machinery and tools in the navy-yard and stations, and running yard-engines, two hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars.

For incidental expenses for naval vessels, yards, and the Bureau, such as foreign postages, telegrams, advertising, freight, photographing, books, stationery, and instruments, ten thousand dollars; in all, six hundred and five thousand dollars: Provided, That no part of said sum shall be applied to the engines and machinery of wooden ships where the estimated cost of such repair shall exceed twenty per centum of the estimated cost of new engines and machinery of the same character and power; but nothing herein contained shall prevent the repair or building of boilers for wooden ships the hulls of which can be fully repaired for twenty per centum of the estimated cost of a new ship of the same size and materials.

CONTINGENT, BUREAU OF STEAM-ENGINEERING : For contingencies, drawing materials, and instruments for the draughting-room, one thousand dollars.

CIVIL ESTABLISHMENT, BUREAU OF STEAM-ENGINEERING : Navyyard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire : For clerk to department, at one thousand two hundred dollars ; one assistant draughtsman, at one thousand one hundred dollars : messenger, at six hundred dollars ;

Navy-yard, Brooklyn, New York : For clerk to department, at one thousand four hundred dollars ; draughtsman, at one thousand five hundred dollars ; messenger, at six hundred dollars; writer, at one thousand dollars; assistant draughtsman, at one thousand one hundred dollars ;

Navy-yard, Norfolk, Virginia : For clerk to department at one thousand three hundred dollars; assistant draughtsman, at one thousand one hundred dollars; messenger, at six hundred dollars; Navy-yard, Pensacola, Florida: For writer, one thousand dollars;

Navy-yard, Mare Island, California : For clerk to department, at one thousand four hundred dollars; draughtsman, at one thousand five hundred dollars ; messenger, at six hundred dollars ; writer, at one thousand dollars; in all, seventeen thousand dollars. And no other fund appropriated by this act shall be used in payment for such services.

NAVAL ACADEMY.

PAY OF PROFESSORS AND OTHERS, NAVAL ACADEMY : For one professor of mathematics and one of physics, at two thousand five hundred dollars each, five thousand dollars; three professors (assistants), namely, one of chemistry, one of French and Spanish, and one of English studies, history and law, at two thousand two hundred dollars each, six thousand six hundred dollars ; five assistant professors, namely, one of English studies, history, and law, three of French, and one of drawing, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each, nine thousand dollars; one sword-master, at one thousand five hundred dollars, and two assistants, at one thousand dollars each ; one boxingmaster and gymnast, at one thousand two hundred dollars ; one assistant librarian, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one secretary of the Naval Academy, at one thousand eight hundred dollars; three clerks to the superintendent, at one thousand two hundred dollars, one thousand dollars, and eight hundred dollars, respectively, three thousand dollars; one clerk to commandant of cadets, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one clerk to paymaster, at one thousand dollars; one dentist, at one thousand six hundred dollars; one baker, at six hundred dollars; one mechanic in department of physics and chemistry, at seven hundred and thirty dollars; one cook, át three hundred and twenty-five dollars and fifty cents; one messenger to superinvendent, at six hundred dollars; one armorer, at five hundred and twenty-nine dollars and fifty cents; one gunner's mate, at four hundred and sixty-nine dollars and fifty cents; one quarter-gunner, at four hundred and nine dollars and fifty cents; one cockswain, at four hundred and sixty-nike dollars and fifty cents; one seaman in. department of seamanship, at three hundred and forty-nine dollars and fifty cents; one attendant in the department of astronomy and one in the department of physics and chemistry, at three hundred dollars each, six hundred dollars; six attendants at recitation-rooms, library, store, chapel, and offices, at three hundred dollars each, oné. thousand eight hundred dollars; one band-master, at five hundred and twenty-eight dollars; twenty-one first class musicians, at three hundred and forty-eight dollars each, seven thousand three hundred and eight dollars; seven second class musicians, at three hundred dollars each, two thousand one hundred dollars; in all, fifty-two thousand one hundred and nineteen dollars.

For special course of study and training of naval cadets as authorized by act of Congress approved August fifth, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, five thousand dollars.

PAY OF WATCHMEN, MECHANICS, AND OTHERS, NAVAL ACADEMY: For captain of the watch and weigher, at two dollars and fifty cents per diem; four watchmen, at two dollars per diem each; foreman of gas and steam-heating works of the Academy, at five dollars per diem; labor at gas-works and steam-buildings; for masons, carpenters, and other mechanics, and laborers for care of buildings, grounds, wharves, and boats, thirty-seven thousand eight hundred and sixty-four dollars and ninety-five cents; one attendant in the purifying-house of the gas-house, at one dollar and fifty cents per diem, five hundred and forty-seven dollars and fifty cents; in all, forty-four thousand and sixty-nine dollars and ninety-five cents.

PAY OF STEAM-EMPLOYEES, NAVAL ACADEMY: For pay of mechanics and others in department of steam-engineering, seven thousand eight hundred and twenty-four dollars and fifty certs.

Total pay Naval Academy, one hundred and nine thousand and thirteen dollars and forty-five cents.

REPAIRS AND IMPROVEMENTS, NAVAL ACADEMY: Necessary repairs of public buildings, pavements, wharves, and walls inclosing the grounds of the Naval Academy, and for improvements, repairs, and furniture and fixtures, twenty-one thousand dollars.

HEATING AND LIGHTING, NAVAL ACADEMY: Fuel and for heating and lighting the Academy and schoolships, seventeen thousand dollars.

CONTINGENT, NAVAL ACADEMY: Purchase of books for the library, two thousand dollars; stationery, blank-books, models, maps, and for text-books for use of instructors, two thousand dollars; expenses of the Board of Visitors to the Naval Academy, being for mileage, and five dollars per diem for each member for expenses during actual attendance at the Academy, one thousand five hundred dollars; purchase of chemicals, apparatus, and instruments in the department of physics and chemistry, and for repairs of the same, two thousand five hundred dollars; purchase of gas and steam-machinery, steampipe and fittings, rent of buildings for the use of the Academy, freight, cartage, water, music, musical and astronomical instruments, "uniforms for the bandsmen, telegraphing, for feed and maintenance of teams, for current expenses, and repairs of all kinds, and for incidental labor and expenses not applicable to any other appropriation, thirty-two thousand dollars; stores in the department of steamengineering, eight hundred dollars; materials for repairs in steammachinery, one thousand dollars; to complete boat-house for steamlaunches, twenty-five thousand dollars, in addition to the five thousand dollars heretofore appropriated, which is hereby re-appropriated; in all, seventy-one thousand eight hundred dollars.

Total for the Naval Academy, two hundred and eighteen thousand eight hundred and thirteen dollars and forty-five cents.

MARINE CORPS.

PAY, MARINE CORPS : For pay of officers on the active-list : For one colonel commandant, one colonel, two lieutenant-colonels, one adjutant and inspector, one paymaster, one quartermaster, 'four majors, two assistant quartermasters, one judge-advocate-general United States Navy, nineteen captains, thirty first lieutenants, and fifteen second lieutenants, one hundred and eighty-one thousand five hundred and thirty dollars.

For pay of officers on the retired list : For one colonel, one quartermaster, three majors, two assistant quartermasters, six captains, two first lieutenants, and three second lieutenants, thirty-six thousand four hundred and twenty dollars.

For pay of non-commissioned officers, musicians, and privates : For one sergeant-major, one quartermaster-sergeant, one leader of the band, one drum-major, fifty first sergeants, one hundred and forty sergeants, one hundred and eighty corporals, thirty musicians, ninety-six drummers and fifers, and one thousand five hundred privates, three hundred and eighty-five thousand dollars.

For pay of retired enlisted men: For one sergeant-major, one drum-major, one first sergeant, four sergeants, one first-class musician, two drummers, one fifer, and five privates, six thousand six hundred and thirty-six dollars.

For pay of civil force, namely: In the office of the colonel commandant: One chief clerk, at one thousand five hundred and forty dollars and eighty cents; one messenger, at nine hundred and seventyone dollars and twenty-eight cents.

In the office of the adjutant and inspector: One chief clerk, at one thousand five hundred and forty dollars and eighty cents; one clerk, at one thousand four hundred and ninety-six dollars and fifty-two cents. In the office of the paymaster: One chief clerk, at one thousand six hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand four hundred and ninety-six dollars and fifty-two cents; one clerk, at one thousand two hundred and fifty-seven dollars and twelve cents. In the office of the Quartermaster: One chief clerk, at one thousand five hundred and forty dollars and eighty-cents; one clerk, at one thousand four hundred and ninety-six dollars and fifty-two cents; one clerk, at one thousand two hundred and fifty-seven dollars and twelve cents. In the office of the assistant quartermaster, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: One clerk, at one thousand two hundred and fifty-seven dollars and twelve cents; one messenger, at one dollar and seventy-five cents per diem. In the office of the assistant quartermaster, San Francisco, California: One clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars; in all, seventeen thousand four hundred and ninety-four dollars and twenty cents.

For undrawn clothing: For payment to discharged soldiers for clothing undrawn, thirty-five thousand dollars: Provided, That no other fund appropriated by this act be used for such purpose;

For transportation: For transportation of officers traveling under orders without troops, eight thousand dollars;

Commutation of quarters: For commutation of quarters for officers on duty without troops where there are no public quarters, four thousand dollars; in all, for pay of the Marine Corps, six hundred and seventy-four thousand and eighty dollars and twenty cents.

PROVISIONS, MARINE CORPS: For one thousand non-commissioned officers, musicians, and privates, and for amount required to be transferred to the paymaster, Marine Corps, on account of rations to retired men, twenty men at fifty-eight dollars and forty cents per annum; in all, sixty two thousand one hundred and eighty-five dollars and five cents.

CLOTHING, MARINE CORPS: For two thousand non-commissioned officers, musicians, and privates, sixty-five thousand dollars.

FOR FUEL, MARINE CORPS: For heating barracks and quarters, for ranges and stoves for cooking, fuel for enlisted men, and for sales to officers, eighteen thousand dollars.

MILITARY STORES, MARINE CORPS: For pay of chief armorer, at three dollars per day, nine hundred and thirty-nine dollars; three mechanics, at two dollars and fifty cents each per day, two thousand three hundred and forty-seven dollars and fifty cents; in all, three thousand two hundred and eighty-six dollars and fifty cents.

For purchase of military equipments, such as cartridge-boxes, bayonet-scabbards, haversacks, blanket-bags, canteens, musket-slings, swords, drums, trumpets, flags, waist-belts, waist-plates, cartridgebelts, and spare parts for repairing muskets, five thousand dollars. For purchase of ammunition, one thousand dollars.

Purchase and repair of instruments for band, purchase of music and musical accessories, five hundred dollars ; purchase of tents and camp-equipage, one thousand dollars ; in all, ten thousand seven. hundred and eighty-six dollars and fifty cents.

TRANSPORTATION AND RECRUITING, MARINE CORPS: For trans-portation of troops, and the expense of recruiting service, ten thousand dollars.

FOR REPAIR OF BARRACKS: At Portsmouth, New Hampshire; Boston, Massachusetts; Brooklyn, New York; League Island, Pennsylvania; Annapolis, Maryland; headquarters and navy-yard, Washington, District of Columbia; Norfolk, Virginia; Pensacola, Florida; and Mare Island, California; and per diem to enlisted men employed, under the direction of the Quartermaster's Department, on the repair of barracks and other public buildings, nine thousand dollars.

Rent of buildings used for manufacture of clothing, storing supplies, and offices of assistant quartermasters, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and San Francisco, California, one thousand seven hundred and eighty dollars.

FORAGE, MARINE CORPS: For forage in kind for four horses of the Quartermaster's Department, and the authorized number of officers' horses, three thousand five hundred dollars.

CONTINGENT, MARINE CORPS: For freight, ferriage, toll, cartage, funeral expenses of marines, stationery, telegraphing, rent of telephone, purchase and repair of type-writers, apprehension of deserters,

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