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S22 TWELFTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 56. 57. 1813. SPF°l6° ¤P· For ordnance, and for ordnance and military stores, one hundred P'°p"°t°°°" thousand dollars. For pay and subsistence of the marine corps, including provisions for those on shore, and forage for the staff, two hundred and forty-five thousand three hundred and ninety-one dollars and seventy cents. For clothing for the same, seventy-one thousand seven hundred and eighty-eight dollars and ten cents. For military stores for the same, twenty-seven thousand six hundred and eight dollars and seventy-five cents. For medicines, medical services, hospital stores, and all other expenses on account of the sick belonging to the marine corps, twenty thousand dollars. For quartermasters and barrack masters’ stores, officers’ travelling expenses, armorers and carpenters} bills, fuel, premiums for enlisting men, musical instruments, bounty to music, and other contingent expenses of the marine corps, forty-six thousand 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, March 3, 1813. Srnrurs II. ‘·*""* Much 3, 1g1g_ CHAP. LVI.—.Rn dat making an ayggoprjationfor alterations and repairs in the ———i pito . [0b¤<>l<=te·] Be it enacted by the Senate and House if Representatives of the United Spqdfic sp- States tf America in Congress assembled, That a sum not exceeding five l"°P""'°“ ‘ thousand dollars shall be, and the same is hereby appropriated, to be applied under the direction of the President of the United States, in F~¤P¤l¥¤°f¢l¤<= such repairs or alterations in the chamber of the House of Representa-

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the better lighting, ventilating, and warming the chamber; which sum shall be paid out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That five hundred dollars be appro- P~¤P¤i*¤ ¤*`¢h¢ priated to repair the roof of the capitol, to be paid out of any money in {SSE? *h° °"l" the treasury not otherwise appropriated. Approved, March 3, 1813. S·r.u·v·rz II. ··—·····—· March 3, 1813. Cnar. LV1I.—.ln Act making appropriations for the support of the military ji- establishment and of the volunteer militia in the actual service of the United [Obwlew] States, for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirteen. spsiisc ap. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United _5¤;§P;)i};;>;_; l`°* States efrimertca in Congress assembled, That for defraying the expenses embushmanp of the military establishment of the United States, including the v0lunteers and militia, in their actual service, for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirteen, for the Indian department, and for the expense of fortifications, arsenals, and armories, the following sums, including the sum of one million of dollars already appropriated by the first section ty¤;3¢•;gil;¤*;;· of the act, entitled Win act making certain partial appropriations for the l1_ ’ ’year one thousand eight hundred and thirteen," be, and the same are hereby respectively appropriated, that is to say: For the pay of the army of the United States, including the pay of the artificers and labourers in the quartermaster general’s and ordnance departments, and of the private servants kept by officers, and for the pay of the volunteers and militia in the actual service of the United States, five million one hundred and sixty-eight thousand eight hundred and three dollars.