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FOBTY-SEVENTH CON GBESS. Sess. I. Ch. 254. 1882. 121 such sum in full of all claims for such services; and all laws inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed. For hire of quarters for troops, of storehouses for the safe-keeping of Quartersmilitary stores, of offices, and of grounds for camp and summer cantonments, and for temporary frontier stations; for the construction of temporary huts and stables; and for repairing public buildings at estabhshed posts, eight hundred and eighty thousand dollars. For construction and repair of hospitals, as reported by the Surgeon- Construction and General of the Army seventy-five thousand dollars: Provided, That NIE"' 'Bf h°°P**°l°· one hundred thousand dollars be, and hereby is, appropriated for the ‘ erection of an Army and Navy hospital at Hot Springs, Arkansas, which Establishment of shall be erected by and under the direction of the Secretary of War, in Army and Navy accordance with plans and specifications to be prepared and submitted g°“P‘*“1 A"; H°" to the Secretary of War by the Surgeons-General of the Army and 1}*,;%,,,.,,,}, _ Navy; which hospital, when in a condition to receive patients, shall be subject to such rules, regulations, and restrictions as shall be provided - by the President of the United States: Prauidedfurtiaer, That such hose p,,,,,, gital shallrbe erected on the government reservation at or near Hot prmgs, kansas. For purchase and manufacture of clothing and camp and garrison ciotheug and equrpage and for preserving and repacking the stock of clothin and csmpoquipsgc. . camp and garrison equipage and materials on hand at the Philadelphia, Jefersonville, and other depots of the Q s Department, one million four hundred thousand dollars. For all contingent expenses of the Army not provided for by other Contingent exestimates, and embracing ml branches of the military to be ex- l»w•¤•· pcndeélundertheimmediatecrders of the Secretary ofWar, orty thou- · Mnmcu. Dnrxnrnrmr.-For purchase of medical and hospital sup _Iedicalandhoeplies, medical care and treatment of ohlcers and soldiers on detached PM! ¤¤PPh¤ duty, expenses of purveying depots advertising, and other miscellaneous expenses of the Medical Department, two hundred thousand dol- For the Army Medical Museum and for medical and other works for Army Medical the library of the Surgeon·General’s Omce, ten thousand dollars. "“'°‘“°· ENGINEER DEPA,BTMER'T.—FOf engineer depot at Willets Point, En? depot New York, namely: For purchase of engineering materials to continue •* W P°‘“‘*· the present course of instruction of the Engineer Battalion in iield engineering, one thousand dollars. For incidental expenses of the defpro;,gremodeling ponton-trains, repairing instruments, purchasing fuel, e, stationery, chemicals, extra- ~duty pay to soldiers engaged in special skilled labor, suchas wheelwright work, printing, photographing and lithographing engineer documents, and ordinary refour thousand dollars. For replacing, wig plain structures of minimum cost, not to exceed eight thousand dollars, two old buildings constructed during the war for hospitals, and now used as photographic laboratory for instructing enlisted men in duplicating military maps in the held, and as mouldingroom for instruction in field mrtincations, for which purposes the present structures are too small, five thousand dollars. . Onmuncn Dm>.uz·nmm·.-For the ordnance service, requiredto de- 0¤i¤•¤¤• norviray the current expenses at the arsenals; of receivinogstoresand issuing *°°· arms and other ordnance supplies; of police and ce duties; of fuel and lights- of stationery and officc furniture; of tools and instruments for use; of public animals, forage, and vehicles- incidental expenses of the ordnance service, including compensation oi? workmen in the armory and museum building connected with the Ordnance Oillce, and those attending practical trials and tests of ordnance, small-arms, and other orrgunee supplies, one hundredfoand tenmtlliotplsgnd dollaris.cI ‘ rmi", or transpor-tin ,mounting,p ving, 'n guns, n riding_ - arms, wmmemaic private umass, said expenchture to be madem the f*‘°*· °“""‘u’“”" discretion of the Secretary of ar, fifteen thousanddolhus.