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1256 FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 1484. 1905. cams allowed by oLA1Ms ALLOWED BY THE AUDITOR Fon THE WAR DEPARTMENT.

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For pay, and so forth, of the Army, four thousand four hundred and thirty-six dollars and nine cents. For subsistence of the Army, four hundred and fifty dollars and fifteen cents. For clothing, and camp and garrison equipage, three hundred and thirty dollars and fifty-four cents. For incidental expenses, Quartermaster’s Department, ninety-five . ‘ dollars and fifty-six cents. For transportation of the Army and its supplies, ten thousand three hundred an twenty-seven dollars and eighty-eight cents. For headstones for graves of soldiers, one hundred and eighteen dollars and sixty-eight cents. For relief of refugees, freedmen and abandoned lands, one hundred and sixty-eight dollars and seventy-five cents. _ For pay, transportation, services, and sup lies of Ore on and Washington volunteers in eighteen hundred and iiity-five andg eighteen hun— dred and fifty-six, seventy-eight dollars and fifteen cents.

f°·;ug,:gy¢,;>(; ULA1Ms ALLOWED BY THE AUDITOR Fon THE NAVY DEPARTMENT.

For pay of the Navy, two thousand three hundred and fifty-five dollars and five cents. For pay, miscellaneous, eight dollars. For pay, Marine Corps, one hundred and three dollars and thirteen cents. ` For clothing, Marine Corps, seven dollars and fifty cents. For transportation and recruiting, Marine Corps, fiscal year nineteen hundred and four, twenty-five cents. For contingent, Marine Corps, fiscal year nineteen hundred and three, four dollars and ninety-three cents. For transportation, Bureau of Navigation, fiscal year nineteen hundred and four, four hundred and nine dollars and seventy-nine cents. For transportation, recruiting, and contingent, Bureau of Navigation, six dollars. — For gunnery exercises, Bureau of Navigation, fourteen dollars and eightvfour cents. or contingent, Bureau of Equipment, tiscal year nineteen hundred and four, four hundred and forty-tive dollars and forty-seven cents. ° For contingent, Bureau of Equipment, fiscal year nineteen hundred and three, one dollar and seventy-nine cents. For contin ent, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, fiscal year nineteen hundredgand four, sixteen dollars and one cent. For provisions, Navy, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, twenty-one dollars and sixty cents. For indemnity for lost property, naval service, Act of March second, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, seventy-two dollars and five cents. Ior indemnity for lost clothing, sixty dollars. For destruction of clothing and bedding for sanitary reasons, thirteen dollars and fifteen cents. For enlistment bounties to seamen, one hundred and thirty-three dollars and thirty-four cents. For bounty for destruction of enemy’s vessels, two dollars and eight cents. $;, g§ry¤¤gdgr CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE AUD1ToE Fon THE mTE1uo1z DEPARTMENT. For contingent expenses, office of surveyor-general of California, fiscal year nineteen hundred and four, eight dollars and nineteen cents.