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FORTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. H. Ch. 262. 1868. 233 ance with the plans heretofore submitted to Congress, forty-eight thousand dollars. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That in addition to the directors _ Three addiwhose appointment has heretofore been provided for bylaw, there shall be ::?m;r?;;$€"°" three other directors appointed in the following manner: One senator by their ,,;,,,0;},f, the President of the Senate, and two representatives by the Speaker of ment Md wm the House; these directors to hold their offices for the tcrin of a single °f °E°°' Congress, and to be eligible to a reappointment. Ssc. 3. And be it further enacted, That no part of the real or per- Propet-tytobe sonul property now held or hereafter to be acquired by said institution $v‘}]‘;3;°°‘{1Q“lg'a;° shall be devoted to any other purpose than the education of the deaf and P P0 ` dumb, nor shall any portion of the real estate be aliened, sold, or con-. ns¤1smge¤ot vcyed, except under the authority of a special act of Congress. *°_l>° ¤°ld· &¤· Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, That so much of the act of February Wg;;g;]§·°é,,,.,, sixteenth, eighteen hundred and fifty-seven, as allows the payment of one of 1857, ch. 46, hundred and fifty dollars per annum for the maintenance and tuition of *6, xi 162* each pupil admitted by order of the Secretary of the Interior, be, and the' p` same is hereby, repealed. Sec. 5. And be it further enacted, That the number of students in the Number of collegiate d<·partment from the several States, as authorized by the act of ?t“d°“°’d";Y b° March second, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, shall be increased from i?.;r:?_;?;;,,,,_ ten to twenty-five in number. Sec. 6. And be it further enacted, That the following sums bc, and Appropriation the same are hereby, appropriated, for the purposes hereinafter expressed, 2f8g?;?';)??;; for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine: ,,,,,,5,6 in the Government Hospital for the Lzsane in the District of C0lumbia.— District of C¢>- For the support., clothing, medical and moral treatment of the insane of lumbm the army and navy and revenue-cutter service, and of the indigent in—zme of the District of Columbia in the government h0<pita1 for the insane, including five hundred dollars for books, stationery, and incidental expenses, ninety thousand five hundred dollars. For finishing, furnishing, lighting, and heating the unfinished part of the east wing of the main ho<pital editice, seven thousand dollars. Oolumbia [institution for the Deaf and Dumb.— For the support of the institution, including one thousand dollars for books and illustrative t_Colnmt?_iaIpapparatus, twelve thousand five hundred dollars. §)!;}°;3;“d Buns_ For the proper enclosure, improvement, and enlargement of the grounds of the institution, in accordance with plans heretofore submitted to Congress, three thousand six hundred dollars. Oolnembio Hospital for Women and Lying-in Asylum.- For the sup- Columbia port of the asylum, over and above the probable amount which will be $‘:;l£3l£s,y_ received from independent or pay patients, fifteen thousand dollars. ,,,g_,,, asylum_ For the completion of the Providence Hospital in WVashington City, 1’rqvid¤n¤¤ District of Columbia, thirty thousand dollars : Provided, That all expen· H°i§F;};B_ ditures for the said Providence Hospital under appropriations of Gongress shall be made under the direction and control of the Surgeon-Gem eral of the army, whose duty it shall be to report at the December session of every Congress a full and complete statement of all expenses incurred under and by virtue of appropriations made by Congress. For the National Soldiers' and Sailors’ Orphans' Home, in the city of _Natiom¤.i Sol-, Vifashington. District of Columbia., ten thousand dollars. ‘3ffl;:;l,i_§‘g;’; For care, support, and medical treatment of sixty transient paupcrs, F,,,,,,,,,,,;,,,,,,. medical and surgical patients, in some proper medical institution in the pm {51 Vglushiuzcity of Washington, under a contract to be formed with such institution, °°"’ ‘ twelve thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary: Pro- Pmviso. vided, That said contract shall be made by the Surgeon-General of the army, who shall report to the December session of every Congress, stating with whom the said contract is made, and the amount and nature thereo£