1 10 rirrinrn oonenuss. sm. 1. on. 212. isss. for gradual increase and improvement of the cabinet, five hundred dollars. Repairs and additionsto electric, magnetic, pneumatic, and thermio apparatus, and a ratus illustrating optical properties of substances, six hundred anillgty dollars. _ _ _ _ Pay of mechanic employed in chemical and geological S9Cl}10`!1— rooms and in lecture-rooms, one thousand dollars. Models, maps, and diagrams, books of reference, te1rt—books, and stationery for the use of mstructors, one hundred and eighty dollars. Contingencies, one hundred dollars; in all, two thousand nine hun- D°v¤'¤¤¤·* or e meno, ap ,8.116 1cs: or ex-cos,. °‘“•· Fuddparthirtydtugrshisto eogr h dth' F t tb k
md books of reference, maps ldiridgmap-racks, and stationery for use of
instructors, and repairs, one hun ed and fifty dollars. _ D•>1¤¤¤¤¤¤¢¤¢¤¤!- For de rtment of artillery, cavalry, and infantgr tactics, namely:
h` tan-bgrk or other proper cover for riding-h 1, three hundred
0 ars; Repairing camp-stools and camp-furniture, one hundred dollars; d Zgurniture for offices and reception-room for visitors, one hundred o ars; For stationer for use of instructor and assistant instructors of tactics, one hundred and Mtg dollars; Books and maps, seventy- ve dollars; Suxly of iixtures for gymnasium and repairs, two hundred dollars · Fo , fencing—gloves, jackets, gaiters, and repairs, two hundred and fifty dollars; Plumes for cadet officers of the first class seventy-ive dollars; in all, one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. ¤¤1>•¤¤¤¤¤¤l¤f l·•*· For department of law: For stationery, text-books, and books of _ . reference for use of instructors, and for repairing and rebinding sarlrie, alnd f¤.rnit1pre;or_ollice, tlwo hlujndred and fifty dogars. d I Departments! dvi! or epartmen o clvu an miary engineering: or mo e s, §:'°°'”"°‘“" maps, purchase and repairs of instruments, text-books, books of ref-- erence, and stationery for the use of instructors, and contingencies, five hundred dollars; Extra pay of enlisted man employed as draughtsman, two hundred and fifty-six dollars; — be M rd gn ag, seven hundreddand fifty-pix dollars. Add Od IS (I P•¤¤*¤* ¤ · or e artment o or nance an gunnery: ition to m e an Y°°°°°°d ‘°°°°"‘ apparatug and repairs of same; for the purchase of samples of arms and aoeoutwements other than those supp ied to the military service; forimprovement of machine for testing metals and purchase and preparation of ipecimens of same; for books of reference, text-books, and stationery or use of instructors, five hundred dollars; For the construction of a bursting-chamber, in which to exhibit;. with safety the effect of explosives, three hundred dollars; in all, M eigzht hém 12d doilaris. of I I t F h nk P’°°; or e a men o pre ica mi i ary engineerin : or urc use i»@1¤g¥l` re and repad of instruments, transportation, purchasegof toolli, implements, and materials, and for extra-duty pay of engineer soldiers, as follows, namely: Astronomical and meteorological instruments and lights for use in instructing cadets in practical astronomy; reconnoitering instruments for use in their practical instruction in making reconnaissances; photographic apparatus and material for iield photography; drawing instruments and material for plottin reconnaissances; surveying instruments; instruments and material for signaling and field telegraphy; transportation of field parties; tools and material for the preservation, augmentation, and repair of one wooden ponton, and one canvas ponton bridge train; sap ing and mining tools and material; profiling material; rope; cordlage; and materials for rafts and for spar and trestle bridges; intrenchin g tools; tools and material for the repair of Fort Clinton and the batteries at.