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Date of agreement.

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Dec. 8, 1908 Dec. 7, 1908 Mar. 15, 1909 Mar. 18, 1909 Apr. 17, 1909
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Progress of work on vessels under construction-Continued.

Name of vessel.

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ing constructor.

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Respectfully,

R. M. WATT, Chief Constructor United States Navy,

Chief of Bureau.

The SECRETARY OF THE Navy.

REPORT OF THE CHIEF OF THE BUREAU OF

STEAM ENGINEERING.

NAVY DEPARTMENT,
BUREAU OF STEAM ENGINEERING,

Washington, D. C., October 6, 1911.
The appropriations made for the support of the bureau for the fiscal
year were as follows:
Bureau of Steam Engineering:
Steam machinery.....

$6, 256, 000.00 Engineering Experiment Station, Annapolis, Md., Bureau of Steam Engineering...

20,000.00 Buildings, Engineering Experiment Station, Annapolis, Md.... 64, 713. 92 Salaries, Bureau of Steam Engineering..

26, 380.00 The allotments made by the department for work under this bureau chargeable to appropriations made for the Bureau of Equipment were: Equipment of vessels...

1, 894,500.00 Coal and transportation...

450, 200.00 Contingent, Bureau of Equipment..

2,000.00 Increase of the Navy, equipment....

548, 259, 22 Salaries, Bureau of Equipment...

19, 080.00 The funds available under joint appropriations were: Increase of the Navy, construction and machinery

19, 400, 753. 00 Increase of the Navy, torpedo boats....

2, 104, 971. 00 Increase of the Navy, colliers..

300,000.00 These appropriations and allotments were found sufficient for all requirements, a balance remaining unexpended to date under the item “Steam machinery” amounting to approximately $120,000. A deficiency, however, amounting to $44, is apparent under the item “Engineering Experiment Station, Annapolis, Md.” Of this $26.88 is due to an adjustment of salaries of employees by the Auditor for the Navy Department, of which neither the bureau nor the experiment station was advised. The remainder, $17.12, is due to an oversight in the bookkeeping department at the experiment station.

OPERATIONS OF THE BUREAU.

In addition to the usual repairs and renewals to the machinery of the fleet, work of considerable extent and involving large expenditure has been done to the machinery of a number of vessels. The general overhaul of the machinery of the Missouri, Maine, New Jersey, Ohio, Oregon, Maryland, West Virginia, Cincinnati, Raleigh, and San Francisco was practically completed during the fiscal year. The overhaul of the Kearsarge, Kentucky, Illinois, Alabama, and Wisconsin has proceeded as rapidly as funds and labor available would permit, and at the date of this report work on the machinery is far advanced; water-tube boilers have been installed in the first three mentioned. Some progress has been made on the general overhaul

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