646 THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. IH. Ch. 25, 26. 1863. Al-mumem or For armament of fortifications, two million five hundred thousand dolfortifications. lm.}; Ordnance For the current expenses of the ordnance service, nine hundred thou- 5¤YVi¤¤· sand dollars. Ordnance For ordnance, ordnance stores, and supplies, including horse equip- °*‘"`°°* suppl"' ments for. all mounted troops, six million five hundred and forty-five thousand dollars. Manufacture For the manufacture of arms at the national armory, two million eight °f “““°· hundred and eighty thousand dollars. Repairs, &c. at For repairs and improvements and new machinery at the national N“‘i°““l“m°’Y· armory at Springfield, Massachusetts, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Gunpowder For tho purchase of gunpowder and load, two million four hundred md 1°“d· and eighty thousand dollars. Ar¤¤¤¤l¤· For additions to and extensions of shop room, machinery, tools, and fixtures, at arsenals, five hundred thousand dollars. Purchase, &c., For purchase and manufacture of arms for volunteers and regulars, and °f ’“`““· °'d‘ ordnance and ordnance stores, fourteen million nine hundred and sixty thounance, &c. sand dollars. Military de- For surveys of military defences, one hundred and fifty thousand dolfences. la·‘•S 1>m1mse,&c. For purchase and repair of instruments, ten thousand dollars. 0* i¤**’¤¤¤°¤*¤· For printing charts of lake surveys, fifteen thousand dollars. hugh2S:;;; For continuing tho survey of the northern and northyvestcrn lakes, in- Smwy of cluding Lake Superior, one hundred and suc thousand exght hundred and bkés, seventy-nine dollars. Signal $6,,,3% For the signal service of the United States army, one hundred and fifteen thousand eight hundred and ninety-onc dollars.
Deticiengy for For deficiency for signal service for the United States army for the
- ‘G°‘*l*‘°""°°· year ending J uno thirty, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, twelve thousand two hundred and twenty-tivo dollars.
Nomoncy to Sec. 2. Ami be it further enacted, That no money shall be paid from
j:`")' the Treasury of the United States to any person acting or assuming to
umm wma}. act as an officer, civil, military, or naval, as salary in any officc, which iw!. &<=·» office is not authorized by some previously existing law, unless where such “f”` *° ““! office shall be subsequently sanctioned by law, nor shall any money be paid pcrhon appomted , . . U, ml certain out of the Frcasury, as salary, to any person appointed during the recess vacancies. of the Senate, to fill a vacancy in any existing olllce, which vacancy existed while the Senate was in session and is by law required to be filled by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, until such appointee shall have been confirmed by the Senate. APPROVED, February 9, 1863. February 9, 1863. CHA?. XXVI.—An Act making Ap ropriations jbr the Service of the Post-Office De- ‘*""";‘ fartment during the Hscal Year endgeg the thirtietln of June, eighteen hundred and sixty- (Ill?'. Be it enacted by the Sknale and fbusc of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums bc, and P<>q¢—qfH<=¤ np- tho same are hereby appropriated, for the service of the P0st»OiHcc Dep'°p'"‘"°“‘ partment for the year ending the thirticth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-four, out of any moneys in the Treasury arising from the revenues of tho said Department, in conformity to the act of the second of July, eighteen hundred and thirty-six : T,,,,,,p(,,m ;°,, For transportation of the mails, (inland,) seven million two hundred of the mails. and two thousand dollars.
For foreign mail transportation, four hundred and twenty thousand dollars.
Migf. &¤., For ship, steamboat, and way letters, eight thousand dollars.