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SIXTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 108. 1918. 625 For pay of· one j anitress, Memorial Hall, $600. For pay of one master mechanic, $1,800. For pay of attendant and skilled photographer in the department of drawing, $1,300. For pay of one stenolgrapher, typewriter, and attendant in charge of the library in the epartment of law, to be appointed by the Su erintendent of the United States Military Academy, $900. lgor pay of one overseer of the waterworks, $720. For pay of one engineer of steam, electric, and refrigerating apparatus for the cadets’ mess, $900. For pay of one copyist, stenographer, clerk, librarian, typewriter and attendant in the epjartment of modern languages, to be appointed by the Superintendent nited States Military Academy, $1,040. For pay of one mechanic and attendant skilled in the operation necessary for the preparation of lectures and of material in the department of drawing, $720. . . For pay of janitor for bachelor officers’ quarters, $600. For pay of three engineers for power plant, $3,600. For pay of two oilers for power plant, $1,440. For pay of one stenogra her, typewriter, and attendant in the department of English and history, to be appointed by the superintendent, $840. For pay of one bookbinder at headquarters, United States Military Academy, $1,200. For pay of two book sewers in bindery, $1,080. For ay of one skilled pressman in the printing office, headquarters, Uiiited States Military Academy, $1,100. For pay of one charwoman, headquarters, United States Military Academy, $480. For a of one messenger for the Superintendent of the United States Military Academ , $720. For pay of one skilledycopyist, confidential stenographer, librarian, typewriter, and attendant in the department of mathematics, to be appointed by the Superintendent of the United States Military Academy, $1,000. For pay of one stenographer, typewriter, and clerk in the medical §§§’{,;,,,,§'f°·· department and department of mi ta.ry h Eiene, to be appointed by the Superintendent of the United States tary Academy under the Act of Congress approved March fourth, nineteen hundred and thir- V¤¤·37· v·8¤<>· teen, $840. For pay of one confidential stenographer, copyist, librarian, typewriter, and multigraph operator in the department of natural and experimental philosolphy, to be appointed y the Superintendent of the United States M` itary Academy, $1,000. All the mone hereinbefore apipropriated for pay of the Military A°°°‘“‘“"g· Academy shall lie disbursed an accounted for by officers of the Quartermaster Corps as pay of the M.ilitary Academy and for that purppose shall constitute one fund. otal, pay of Military Academy, $1,198,237.95. "`°“"·¥’°’“°°°“""· cunnmxr AND onnmanr nxrnivsns. °“"°“‘°‘P°°*’°“· For the expenses of the members of the Board of Visitors, or so B°°""°'V'S“°”· much thereof as may be necessary, $750. S , t d t Contingencies for- superintendent of the academy, $3,000. Riwlm °°d;;' W Repairs and improvements, namely: Timber, dplank, boards, joists, mmgimau pm wall strips, laths, shingles, slate, tin, sheet lea , zinc, nails, screws, locks, hmgcs, glass, pamts, turpentine, oils, varnish, brushes, stone, buck, Hap, lime, cement, plaster hair, sewer and drain pipe, blasting powder, use, iron, steel, tools machinery, mantels, and other similar materials, renewing roofs, and for pay of architect overseer and citr- 112460°—vor. 40-1*1* 1-40