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FIFTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 1010. 1903. 1183 stores; books, maps, models, and drawings; purchase and repair of fire engines; fire apparatus and plants; machinery; purchase and maintenance of oxen, orses, and driving teams; carts, timber wheels, and all vehicles for use in the navy-yards; tools and repairs of the same; postage on letters and other mailable matter on public service sent to foreign countries, and telegrams; stationery; furniture for · Government ouses and offices in navy-yards; coal and other fuel; candles, oil, and gas; attendance on light and power plants; cleaning and clearing up dyards and care of buildings; attendance on tires, lights, fire engines, an fire apparatus and plants; incidental labor at navy- yards; water tax, tolls, and ferriage; pay of watchmen in navy- ards; awnings and packing boxes, and advertising for yards and docks and other purposes; an for rent of wharf and storehouse at Erie, Pennsylvania, for use and accommodation of United States steamer Michigan, and for pay of employees on leave, six hundred thousand dollars. Cosrmenm, ·BUn1·:AU or Yanns Asn Doexs: For contingent contingent. expenses that may arise at navy-yards and stations, forty thousand do lars. _ Crvn. nsramasnunivr, BUREAU or Yamas up Docks: Navy-yard, §.?f,",*,Q,;‘§,°,,‘{}§**’,1,”**{;{**~ Portsmouth, New Hampshire: For one clerk, at one thousand four ’` hundred doHars; one mail messenger, at —two dollars per diem, including Sundays; one messenger, at six hundred dollars; one foreman laborer and head teamster, at four dollars per diem, including Sundays; one janitor, at six hundred dollars; one pilot, at three dollars per diem, including Sundays; one draftsman, at four dollars per rdiem; one elec- _ trician, one thousand two hundred dollars; in all, eight thousand three ‘ hundred and fifty dollars; N avy-yard, Boston, Massachusetts: For one clerk, at one thousand B°“°°°·M”=‘~ four hundred dollars; one foreman laborer, at four dollars per diem; one messenger to commandant, at two dollars per diem; one messenger, at two dollars r diem; one mail messenger, at two dollars per diem, including Sundagys; one writer, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents; one draftsman, at five dollars per diem; one master of tugs, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one electrician, at one thousand four hundred dollars; in all, nine thousand eight hundred and thirty-one dollars and twenty·live cents; Navy-yard, New York, New York: For one clerk, at one thousand N"' Y°*· N· Y- four hundred dollars; one writer, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-tive cents; one yard pilot, two thousand dollars; two masters of tugs, at one thousand five hundred dollars each; two writers, at one thousand eight hundred dollars; one foreman laborer, at four dollars and fifty cents r diem; one mail messenger, at two dollars per diem, including Sxdendays; two messengers, at two dollars and twenty-five cents per diemeach; one draftsman, at five dollars per diem; one quarterman, at three dollars per diem; one superintendent of teams, or quarterman, at four dollars per diem; one messenger to commandant, at two dollars and twenty-five cents per diem, including Sundays; one messenger, yards and docks, at two ollars and twenty- five cents per diem: one stenographer and typewriter, at three dollars and twenty-six cents per diem; one electrician, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one bookkeeper, or accountant, at one thousand two hundred dollars: in all, twenty-one thousand six hundred and ninety- six dollars and eighty-nine cents; Naval station, backetts Harbor, New York: For one ship keeper, at N?;_°k°"" H“"’°'· three hundred and sixty-six dollars per annum; Navy-yard, League Island, Pennsylvania: For one clerk, at one L°°¥“° I‘*°“‘· *`“· thousand four hundred dollars; one writer and telegraph operator, at one thousand dollars; one messenger, at two dollars per diem; one foreman laborer, at four dollars per diem; one master of tugs, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one draftsman, at five dollars per