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384 FIFTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. C11. 234. 1898. SUPS ¢l¤¤=¤€•** at repairs of the engines, boilers, and machinery of ships damaged in °°°' -foreign waters or on the high seas, so far as may be necessary to bring them home; Mswrinlsmw- For purchase, handling, and preservation of all material and stores, purcha e, litting, repair, and preservation of machinery and tools in navy-yards and stations, and running yard engines, three hundred and . eighty thousand dollars; Iucidoumlexpenses. For incidental expenses for navy vessels, yards, and the Bureau, such as foreign postage, telegrams, advertisin g, freight, photographing, books, stationery, and instruments, ten thousand dollars; In all, steam machinery, nine hundred and ninety thousand dollars. ¤¤¤¤¤¤s¤¤¤- CONTINGENT, BUREAU OF STEAM ENGINEERING: For contingencies, drawing materials, and instruments for the drafting room, one thousand dollars. Machinery pine, MACHINERY PLANT, NAVY-YARD, BOsToN, NIASSACHUSETTS: Mod- ”‘}}’g`;{§,ff’{g,,,_ ern machine shop tools, fifteen thousand dollars. N¤rf<»1k.V¤— BIAGHINEBY PLANT, NAvY-YAED, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA: Additional tools required to put the yard in condition for building and repairing modem marine machinery, including improvements in handling machinery and in the boiler-making plant; new boilers for steam engineering shops, thirty-five thousand dollars. ‘ xoywomrn. MAo1-mmmr PLANT, NAvA1. sTA·rIoN, KEY WEST, FLoE1nA: For tools for machine sh op, foundry, and boiler shop, thirty thousand dollars. ronomrurwon. MAcmNEEY 1>LANT, NAVAL STATION, Pour ORCHARD, WASHING- TON: Machine tools to lit out plant for repairs of engines, boilers, and so forth, of United States naval vessels, thirty thousand dollars. rm Rcyatsc. MAGHINEEY ITLANT, NAVAL STATION, PORT ROYAL, SOUTH. CARO- LINA: Machine tools to properly equip the plant for repairing engines, boplers, and so forth, of United States naval vessels, fifty thousand do lars. Experiments Mw EXPERIMENTAL runrosnsz Experiments with liquid fuel on steam Y°"" "“*‘ tug, New York yard; experiments with liquid mel on two torpedo boats, fifteen thousand dollars. giglesrzggsigmgn- CIVIL ESTAJBLISHMENT, BUREAU OF STEAM ENGINEERING: N avy— ° °"'° "` yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire: For one clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one messenger, at six hundred dollars; in all, one thousand eight hundred dollars; Brooklyn, N. r. Navy-yard, Brooklyn, New York: For one clerk. at one thousand four hundred dollars; one writer, at one thousand dollars; one messenger, at six hundred dollars; in all, three thousand dollars; Lemme 1¤1¤¤·¤.P=. N avy—yard, League Island, Pennsylvania: For one clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars; Norfolk. va. Navy-yard, Norfolk, Virginia: For one clerk, at one thousand three . hundred dollars; one messenger, at six hundred dollars; in all, one thousand nine hundred dollars; · r¤¤¤¤.·o1A,r1A N avy-yard, Pensacola, Florida: For one writer, at one thousand dollars; more xsane, cn. Navyyard, Mare Island, California: For one clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one messenger, at six hundred dollars; one writer, at one thousand dollars; in all, three thousand dollars; In all, civil establishment, Bureau of Steam Engineering, eleven thousand nine hundred dollars; and no other fund appropriated by this Act shall be used in payment for such service. Naval Academy. NAVAL ACADEMY_ unfit5h;: ¤¢°f¢¤¤<>¤ PAY OF PROFESSORS AND OTHERS, NAVAL ACADEMY: For one pro- " fessor of mathematics, one of chemistry, one of physics, and one of English, at two thousand five hundred dollars each; five professors, namely, one of French and Spanish, one of English, two of French, and one of drawing, at two thousand two hundred dollars each; one assistant professor of French, at one thousand eight hundred dollars; one sword master, at one thousand five hundred dollars, and two assist-