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two hundred and forty dollars; one assistant cook, at one hundred and eighty dollars; one chief laundress, at one hundred and ninety-two dollars; four laundresses, at one hundred and sixty-eight dollars each; four scrubbers, at one hundred and sixty-eight dollars each; eight waiters at one hundred and sixty-eight dollars each; eight 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; one painter, at six hundred Expenses.

dollars; one engineer to run elevator, six hundred dollars; water rent and gas, two thousand four 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, six thousand dollars; music in chapel, six hundred dollars; transportation

of indigent and destitute beneficiaries to the Naval Home, five hunSupport of inmates. dred dollars; for support of beneficiaries, fifty thousand dollars; total

for Naval Home, seventy-one thousand two hundred and fifteen dollars; which sum shall be paid out of the income from the naval pension fund.

NEW NAVAL OBSERVATORY.

New Naval Observatory.

tus, etc.

ments.

Bookcases, etc. For bookcases, railing, shelving, standards, etc., eight thousand four Removing appara- hundred and sixty-four dollars; for transporting instruments, appara

tus, piers, books, and other articles from the old to the new Naval Repairing andstre: Observatory, two thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars; for re

pairing and remounting great equatorial (twenty-six inch) and its accessories, great equatorial building, including observers'elevating platform, thirty-two thousand and six hundred dollars; for repairing and remounting meridian circle and its accessories, east transit building, six thousand one hundred and sixty dollars; for repairing and remounting transit instrument and its accessories, south transit rooms, six hundred dollars ; for repairing and remounting primevertical

transit instrument, two thousand five hundred and ten dollars ; for Furniture, etc. furniture and gas or electric fixtures for new naval observatory, for

main building, great equatorial building, clock buildings, four

transit houses, boiler house, and magnetic building, thirteen thouInclosing grounds, sand six hundred and twenty-five dollars; for inclosing grounds,

three thousand and sixty-six dollars; for the construction of well tank, cistern, and for purchasing and placing pump, boiler, ejectors

and pipes for water supply, ten thousand nine hundred and twentyElectric plant. five dollars; for installation of electric plant, eighteen thousand one

hundred and seventy-nine dollars; for one standard clock, five hunClocks, etc. dred and fifty dollars; for clock room fittings, including clocks, re

flectors, piers, instruments, and all accessories, complete, five thouSuperintendent's sand two hundred and fifty dollars; for official residence of the Grading

superintendent, twenty thousand dollars; for grading, macadamizing, and guttering roads around new naval observatory building, twelve thousand dollars.

Total for Naval Observatory, one hundred thirty-six thousand six hundred and eighty-nine dollars.

etc.

residence.

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery.

BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY.

Surgeons' necessa- MEDICAL DEPARTMENT: For surgeons' necessaries for vessels in ries.

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, sixty thousand dollars.

NAVAL HOSPITAL FUND: For maintenance of the naval hospital Naval hospitals. at the various navy yards and stations, and for care and maintenance of patients in other hospitals at home and abroad, twenty thousand dollars.

CONTINGENT, BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY : For freight, Contingent.
expressage on medical stores, tolls, 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 illus-
tration ; 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 arti-
cles for the museum of hygiene, naval dispensary, Washington,
naval laboratory, sick quarters at Naval Academy and marine bar-
racks, surgeons offices and dispensaries at navy yards and naval sta-
tions; 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 contin-
gent expenses, twenty-five thousand dollars.

REPAIRS, BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY: For necessary repairs of naval laboratory, naval hospitals, and appendages, including roads, wharves, outhouses, sidewalks, fences, gardens, farms, and cemeteries, twenty thousand dollars.

MEDICAL DIRECTOR'S RESIDENCE, NAVAL HOSPITAL, MARE Medical Director's ISLAND, CALIFORNIA: For construction of a residence for the med- residence, Mare Isical director in charge of naval hospital, Mare Island, California, in full for all expenses of erecting and making necessary improvements about the grounds, fifteen thousand five hundred dollars.

Repairs.

land.

BUREAU OF PROVISIONS AND CLOTHING.

Bureau of Provi. sions and clothing.

PROVISIONS, NAVY, BUREAU OF PROVISIONS AND CLOTHING : Provisions, etc. For provisions and commuted rations for the seamen and marines, commuted rations for officers and naval cadets on sea duty, and commuted rations stopped on account of sick in hospital and credited to the hospital fund, one million dollars; for water for drinking and cooking purposes on board ships, ten thousand dollars; labor in general store-houses and paymasters' offices in navy yards, ninety thousand dollars ; in all, one million one hundred thousand dollars; and all supplies hereafter purchased with moneys appropriated for any Purchase of supplies branch of the naval establishment shall be purchased, classified, and bereisetract, wepen adissued for consumption or use subject to the provisions contained in the act making appropriations for the naval service, approved June Laws., 1st Sess., 1'st thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety, in reference to supplies Rs. 52.3118, p. 724, therein provided for and on hand. CONTINGENT, BUREAU OF PROVISIONS AND CLOTHING: For

Contingent. freight and express charges; candles, fuel, books and blanks, stationery, advertising; furniture for general storehouses and pay offices in navy yards; expenses of naval clothing factory and machinery for same; postage, telegrams, telephones, express charges, tolls, ferriages, yeoman's stores, iron safes, newspapers, ice and other necessary incidental expenses, forty thousand dollars.

CIVIL ESTABLISHMENT, BUREAU OF PROVISIONS AND CLOTHING: Navy yard Portsmouth, New Hampshire: In general storehouses: Two bookkeepers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; one assistant bookkeeper, at seven hundred and twenty dollars; one bill clerk, at one thousand dollars; one assistant clerk, at seven hundred

amended,

Civil establishment.
Portsmouth.

Boston.

Brooklyn.

League Island.

Washington.

and twenty dollars; one shipping and receiving clerk, at one thousand dollars:

Navy yard, Boston, Massachusetts: In general storehouses: One bookkeeper, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents; one shipping clerk, at one thousand dollars; one receiving clerk, at one thousand dollars.

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

Navy yard, Brooklyn, New York: One writer to boards of inspection, nine hundred dollars. In general storehouses: Three bookkeepers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; one assistant bookkeeper, at one thousand dollars; one assistant bookkeeper, at seven hundred and twenty dollars; three receiving clerks, at four dollars per diem each; one assistant receiving clerk, at one thousand and ninety-nine dollars; three shipping clerks, at one thousand dollars each; one bill clerk, at one thousand dollars; one assistant bill clerk, at seven hundred and twenty dollars; two leading men, at two dollars and fifty cents per diem each; five pressmen, at two dollars and seventy-six cents per-diem each; one superintendent of coffee mills, at three dollars per-diem; one box maker, at three dollars perdiem; one engineer tender, at three dollars and twenty six cents per diem; one coffee roaster, at two dollars and fifty cents per diem; one fireman, at two dollars per diem; one messenger, at two dollars and twenty-five cents per diem;

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

Navy yard, League Island, Pennsylvania: In general storehouse: One bookkeeper, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one assistant bookkeeper, at seven hundred and twenty dollars;

Navy yard, Washington, District of Columbia: In general storehouse: One bookkeeper, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one receiving clerk, at one thousand dollars; one bill clerk, at one thousand dollars; one shipping clerk, at one thousand dollars;

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

Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland : In general storehouse: One bookkeeper, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twentyfive cents; one receiving and shipping clerk, at one thousand dollars;

Torpedo Station, Newport, Rhode Island: In general storehouse: One clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars;

Navy yard, Mare Island, California : In general storehouses: Two bookkeepers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; two assistant bookkeepers, at seven hundred and twenty dollars each; one receiving clerk, at one thousand dollars; one shipping clerk, at one thousand dollars; one bill clerk, at one thousand dollars; one assistant clerk, at one thousand dollars;

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

Navy yard, Norfolk, Virginia: In general storehouses: Two bookkeepers, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; two assistant bookkeepers, at one thousand seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents each; one bill clerk, at one thousand dollars; one assistant bill clerk, at seven hundred and twenty dollars; one receiving clerk, at nine hundred and forty-two dollars; one assistant receiving clerk, at seven hundred and twenty dollars;

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

In all, sixty-seven thousand five hundred and eighty-one dollars and nine cents; and no other fund appropriated by this act shall be used in payment for such service.

Naval Academy.

Torpedo station.

Mare Island.

Norfolk.

Provisos.

vessels.

BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR.

Bureau of Construc

tion and Repair. CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR OF VESSELS: For preservation and Preservation, re

pairs, etc., of vessels. completion of vessels on the stocks and in ordinary; purchase of materials and stores of all kinds; 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; general care, increase, and protection of the Navy in the line of construction and repair; incidental expenses, such as advertising, freight, foreign postage, telegrams, telephone service, photographing, books, professional magazines, plans, stationery, and instruments for draughting-room, one million dollars : Provided, That no part of this sum shall be applied to the repairs of any wooden ship when the Limit of repairs to estimated cost of such repairs to be appraised by a competent board of wooden ships. 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 de- Vessels in foreign prive the Secretary of the Navy of the authority to order repairs of waters. ships damaged in foreign waters or on the high seas, so far as may be necessary to bring them home: And provided further, The Statistical report on Secretary of the Navy shall incorporate in his next annual report a statement showing the name and tonnage of each vessel that has been completed since March four, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, when authorized to be built, when begun, and when commissioned, its entire cost of construction, including armor, armament, equipment and premiums and its cost for repairs since completion; and, also, a statement showing the name and tonnage of each vessel not completed, when authorized to be built, when begun, the probable date of its completion, the amount expended upon its construction, including armor, armament, and equipment and the estimated amount required' for its completion, including armor, armament, equipment, and premiums.

FOR IMPROVEMENT OF PLANT AT NAVY YARD, PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE: For additional tools other than those heretofore authorized, required to further improve the condition of the yard for repairing iron and steel ships, twenty-five thousand dollars.

CIVIL ESTABLISHMENT, BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR: Civil establishment. Navy yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire: For one clerk to naval Portsmouth. 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 con

Brooklyn. structor, 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 League Island. constructor, at one thousand four hundred dollars;

Navy yard, Washington, District of Columbia: For one clerk to Washington. 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, Florida: 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 service.

Portsmouth. additional tools.

Boston.

Norfolk.

Pensacola.

Mare Island.

Bureau of Steam Engineering

BUREAU OF STEAM ENGINEERING.

waters.

Completion, etc., of STEAM MACHINERY : For completion, repairs, and preservation of machinery, etc.

machinery and boilers of naval vessels, including cost of new boilers, distilling, refrigerating, and auxiliary machinery, 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, four hundred and fifty thousand dollars ; Materials, etc. For purchase, handling, and preservation of all materials and

stores, purchase, fitting, repair, and preservation of machinery and tools in navy yards and stations, and running yard-engines, two

hundred and forty thousand dollars; Incidental expenses. For incidental expenses for naval vessels, yards, and the Bureau,

such as foreign postage, telegrams, advertising, freight, photograph

ing, books, stationery, and instruments, ten thousand dollars; Provisos.

In all, seven hundred thousand dollars: Provided, That no part of Limit of repairs to said sum shall be applied to the engines, boilers and machinery of wooden ships.

wooden ships where the estimated cost of such repair shall exceed

twenty per centum of the estimated cost of new engines and machinVessels in foreign ery of the same character and power: Provided further, That nothing

herein contained shall deprive the Secretary of the Navy of the authority to order repairs of the engines, boilers and machinery of ships damaged in foreign waters or on the high seas, so far as may

be necessary to bring them home. Contingent.

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

CIVIL ESTABLISHMENT, BUREAU OF STEAM ENGINEERING: Navy Portsmouth.

yard Portsmouth, New Hampshire: For clerk to department, at one thousand two hundred dollars; messenger, at six hundred dollars;

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

Navy yard, League Island, Pennsylvania: For clerk to department,

at one thousand two hundred dollars; Norfolk.

Navy yard, Norfolk, Virginia: For clerk to department, at one thousand three hundred dollars; messenger, at six hundred dollars;

Navy yard, Pensacola, Florida: For writer, at one thousand dollars;

Navy yard, Mare Island, California: For clerk to department, at one thousand four hundred dollars; messenger, at six hundred dollars; writer, at one thousand dollars:

In all, eleven thousand nine hundred dollars; and no other fund appropriated by this act shall be used in payment for such service.

Civil establishment.

Brooklyn.

League Island.

Pensacola.

Mare Island.

Limitation.

Naval Academy,

NAYAL ACADEMY.

Pay of professors PAY OF PROFESSORS AND OTHERS, NAVAL ACADEMY: For one and others.

professor of mathematics, one of chemistry, and one of physics, at two thousand five hundred dollars each ; two professors (assistants), namely, one of French and Spanish, and one of English studies, history, and law, at two thousand two hundred dollars each ; 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, one sword master, at one thousand five hundred dollars, and two assistants, at one thousand dollars each ; one boxing master 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 ; two clerks of the Superintendent, one at one thousand two hundred dollars, and one at one thousand dollars; one clerk to commandant of

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