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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1915 - Naval art and science
1897/98, [v.2], "Appendix to the Report of the chief of the Bureau of navigation" contains correspondence and documents relating to the conduct of the war with Spain, collected, arranged and edited by Ensign H. H. Ward, under the direction of the bureau.

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Page 249 - Provided, That no part of this sum shall be applied to the repair of any wooden ship when the estimated cost of such repairs, to be appraised by a competent board of naval officers, shall exceed ten per centum of the estimated cost, appraised in like manner, of a new ship of the same size and like material...
Page 252 - ... class, to have the highest practicable speed and greatest desirable radius of action, and to cost, exclusive of armor ana armament, not to exceed seven million four hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars.
Page 252 - That no part of any sum herein appropriated shall be expended for the purchase of structural steel, ship plates, armor, armament, or machinery...
Page 71 - The Government has recognized heroism upon the water, and bestows medals of honor upon those persons who by extreme and heroic daring have endangered their lives in saving, or endeavoring to save, lives from the perils of the sea in the waters over which the United States has jurisdiction, or upon an American vessel.
Page 14 - Senate and chairman of the Committee on Naval Affairs of the House of Representatives shall be ex officio members of said Board.
Page 249 - REPAIR. CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR OF VESSELS: For preservation and completion of vessels on the stocks and in ordinary...
Page 42 - I have been in almost daily communication with Admiral Fletcher, and I have tested his temper. I have tested his discretion. I know that he is a man with a touch of statesmanship about him, and he has grown bigger in my eye each day as I have read his dispatches, for he has sought always to serve the thing he was trying to do in the temper that we all recognize and love to believe is typically American.
Page 249 - ... wear, tear, and repair of vessels afloat ; general care, increase, and protection of the Navy in the line of construction and repair ; incidental expenses for vessels and navy yards, inspectors...
Page 249 - ... and naval stations; and for the purchase of all other articles of equipage at home and abroad ; and for the payment of labor in equipping vessels therewith and manufacture of such articles in the several navy yards; naval signals and apparatus, other than electric, namely, signals, lights, lanterns, rockets, running lights, lanterns, and lamps and their appendages for general use on board ship for illuminating purposes, and oil and candles used in connection therewith ; bunting and other materials...

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