FOHTY-NINTH CONGRESS. S1~:ss. ll. Ch. LSUQ. 1887. 537 For donation of five dollars each and for clothing for each prisoner released from confinement under sentence executed at military posts affier discharge from the military service, two thousand four hundred dollars; lin all,1 eighty eight thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight dollars Total an twe ve cents. Anrumnnr Scnoor. AT Fourrnnss Monson, Vmemm: To pro- Ar¤i11¤ryS¤¤··¤¤. vide for means of instruction, such as text-books, instruments, drawing F°'* M°“’°°» V“· materials, and stationery required in the course of engineering, artillery, law, and the science and art of war, and for other necessary expenses of the school, five thousand dollars. National Home NATIONAL HOME FOR. DISABLED VOLUNTEER SOLDIERS. for Diglalpd Vol~ uuteer 0 *iers. For the support of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers as follows: _ Ar run Cnnmkn Bnlwcn, AT DAYTON, 01110: For current ex- D¤yt¤¤.01¤i<>. penses, namely: Pay of officers and non-commissioned officers of the thy °*` °”l°°"“» home, with such exceptions as are hereinafter noted, and their clerks and ° °' orderlies; also payments iorchaplains and religionsinstruction, printers, bookbinder, telegraph and telephone operators, guards. policemen, watchmen, and tire company; for all property and materials purchased for their use, including repairs not done by the home; for necessary expenditures forarticles of amusement, boats, library books, magazines, papers, pictures, and musical instruments, librarians and musicians, and for repairs not done by by the home; also for stationery, legal advice, and postage, and for such other expenditures as cannot properly be included under other heads of expenditure, fifty-four thousand two hundred and forty-six dollars and live cents; ‘ For subsistence, namely: Pay of commissary-sergeant;eommissary- Subsistence. clerks, porters, laborers, and orderlies employed in the subsistence department; bakers, cooks, dishwashers, waiters, bread-cutters, and butchers; the cost of all animals, fowls, and jish purchased for provisions; of all articles of food, their freight, preparation, and serving; of tobacco; of all dining-room andkitchen furniture and utensils, baker's and butcher’s tools and appliances, and their repair, if not done by the home, three hundred and sixty-one thousand three hundred and fifty dollars · For ’clotl1ing, namely: Expenditures for clothing, underclothing, Cl<>*·hi¤8· boots, shoes, socks, and overalls; also all sums expended for labor, materials, machines, tools, and appliances employed in the tailorshop, knitting-shop, and shoe-shop, or other home shops in which any kind of clothing is made, one hundred thousand dollars; For household, namely: Expenditures for furniture for otIicers’ quar· Hvunvlwld urters; for bedsteads, bedding, and all other articles required in the quar- P°°“°· ters of the members, and for their repair, if they are not repaired by the home; for coal and fire-wood; for engineers and firemen, bath-house keepers, hall-cleaners, laundrymen, gas-makers, and privy-watchman, and for all machines, tools, materials, and appliances purchased for use under this head, and for their repair, unless the repairs are made by the home; also for all labor and material for upholstery, broom, and soap shops, eighty-eight thousand five hundred and sixtysix dollars and seven cents; ‘ For hospital, namely: Pay of assistant surgeons, matron, druggist, H°°P**°l °*· hospital-steward,ward-masters, nurses, cooks, waiters, readers, hospital P°°s°°' carriage-driver, hearsedriver, grave-diggers, funeral escort, and for such labor as may be necessary; for surgical instruments and appliances, medical books, medicines, liquors, fruits, and other necessaries for the sick not on the regular ration; for bedsteads, bedding, and materials, and all other articles necessary for the wards, kitchen and dining-room furniture and appliances, carriage, hearse, stretchers, collins, and materials; for tools of gravediggers, and for all repairs not done by the
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