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876 FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 540. 1891. eighty-esne thousand eight hundred and twenty two dollars and forty- two cen s. wyoming. ARMS FOB WYOMING: For furnishing arms and quartermaster’s . “"""*°‘°··*°""“"“· stores to the State of Wyoming for the equipment of its militia Vol-¤4.v.49r under the act of Februa twelfth, eighteen undred and eighty seven. to rovide arms andequipment dir the militia, five thousand sixty hundred and sixty-six dollars and sixty-four cents. N5'! Department. NAVY mgltvai embnsn- NAVAL ESTABLISHMEN'1'. ,,,H,*,'{.','Q‘“`”°“‘°“‘ "‘ To be reimburse "General account of advances," created by the act Vo1.27,P.167. of June nineteenth, eighteen hundred and seventy eight gwenty Statutes, one hundred and sixty-seven), for amounts advance therefrom and expended on account of the several appropriations named, in excess of the sum a propriated therefor the fiscal year `ven, found to bi; due the "Ceneral accpusit " pi;] adjustment by thin accoun ing officers, there is a ropria e as o ows: PW- For pay of the Navy, eighteen hundred and ninety, thirty four thousand seven hundred and nine dollars and sixty six cents; ¥*•°¤¤¤¤¤>¤¤ For pay, miscellaneous, eighteen hundred and ninety, twenty-six thousand six hundred and sixteen dollars and sixty eig t cents; llarfnc Gwrn- For transportation and recruiting, Marine Corps, eighteen hundred and ninety, one hundred and forty-six dollars and twengtéy two cents; B¤*'°°°°' °'d¤°¤°°- Folr coilitiiégeng, Furelaiilof Ordéiince, eighteen hundr and ninety, two un re an wo dollars an wo cen ; B¤*¤¤¤ ¤f .1*0**- For provisions, Navy, Bureau of Provisions and Clothin , eight- °°°°°°`° °l°°”°g` een h`l1`|1d.:'8d and ninety, eighteen thousand and forty dolhars and seven cen s; For provisions, Navy, Bureau of Provisions and Clothing, eighteen hundred and eighty nine, four thousand one hundred and ninety- seven dollars and nine cents ; comnzm. For contingent, Nav , eighteen hundred and eighty nine, four · thousand seven hundred, and thirty-four dollars and six cents; ming “°d*°*¤° For Medical Department, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, eight- ' een hundred and eighty-nine, seventy-six dollars and ninety-eight cents; For contingent, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, nineteen dollars and thirty five cents ; ¤,f_""°*“ °* N•'*¢* For navigation and navigation supplies, Bureau of Navigation, ` eighteen hundred and eighty nine, eighteen dollars and eighty eight cents; oemmnen For ocean surveys, five hundred and seventy-seven dollars and tyienty eiglhtdcciptsg indall, eighty-nine thousand three hundred and t irty-ei t dollars an twenty nine cents. Eiémty m PAY oi? rum NAvY ; To pay amounts found due by the accounting ’officers on account of diderence of pay and arrears at date of death, under "Pay, Navy/’ being- for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred and eighty-nine, ninety-three dollars and seven cents. T¤*¤\- To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers for expenses of travel performed b officers under orders, under appropriation " Pay miscellaneous, " lieing for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hun red and eighty nine, fifty three dollars and sixty five cents. Mmnevurps. MARINE CORPS: To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers on account of freight and transportation, under transportation and recruiting, Marine Cor s, and being for the service of the fiscal year eighteen hundred andp ninety, two hundred and twenty-seven o ars. To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers for freight, under appropriation “Contingent, Marine Corps," being for the serv-