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TWELFTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. C¤.2'7. 1812. 683 For the medical and hospital department, fifty thousand dollars. spoeitie sp. For ordinance and ordnance stores, one million one hundred and P*'°P¤¤¤¤¤•· thirty-five thousand dollars. For fortifications, arsenals, magazines and armories, including two thousand dollars for such a number of additional military storekeepers as may be required, two hundred and ninety-six thousand and l`orty-nine dollars and seventy-five cents. For the quartermaster general’s department, including camp equipage, fuel, tools, barracks, quarters, wagons and transportation, seven hundred and thirty·five thousand dollars. For the purchase of horses for the dragoons and light artillery, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. For contingencies, fifty thousand dollars. For purchasing maps, plans, books and instruments, two thousand five hundred dollars. For the salary of the clerks employed in the military agent’s omces, and in the office of the inspector of the army, three thousand five hundred dollars. For the Indian department, one hundred and sixty-four thousand five hundred dollars. For expenses of calling into actual service, in the years one thousand eight hundred and nine, one thousand eight hundred and ten, and one thousand eight hundred and eleven, the militia of the Louisiana and Indiana territories, and state of Kentucky, thirty-two thousand eight hundred dollars. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the several sums specifically appropriated by this act, shall be paid out of any monies in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Approved, February 21, 1812. —···· Srxruru I. CHAP. XXVII.-An det making appropriations for the support of an additional Feb. 21, 1812. Military Force. "'[Ob B 01 e,';.']"' Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives {fthe United Appropriation. States of America in Congress assembled, That for defraying the necessary expense, to the first day of January next, of the troops to be raised by virtue of an act, entituled "An act to raise an additional. military {0TOG," passed on the eleventh day of January, one thousand eight hun- 1812, ch- 14- dred and twelve, the following sums be, and the same hereby are respectively appropriated, that is to say: _ For pay, one million four hundred and six thousand eight hundred Spqciqc sp. and fifty-one dollars and ninety-tive cents. P¤‘°P¤¤•-*°¤*· For forage, one hundred and F1fty-four thousand four hundred and thirty-five dollars and 'thirty cents. _ For subsistence, one million seventy-four thousand and ninety-seven dollars and sixty-seven cents. For clothing, eight hundred and sixty-three thousand two hundred and forty-four dollars. For bounties and premiums, four hundred and forty-two thousand two hundred and sixty dollars. For the purchase of horses for the dragoons, and for the purchase of horses for the transportation of heavy artillery, ammunition and baggage, two hundred and eighty-two thousand dollars. I _ For the quartermaster general’s department, including harness and other equipage, quarters, fuel. tools and transportation, four hundred and eight thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars. For the medical and hospital department, one hundred and twenty- five thousand dollars.