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IOC SIXTY·SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 33. 1921. For camp stools, office furniture, and so forth, $4,000. For asium and athletic supplies, and so forth, $7,500. For ale maintenance of one automobile, $300. For repairs to saddles, bridles, and so forth, $500. _ For the purchase of carbons and for repa1rs and maintenance of searchlights, and so forth, $250. _ For e purchase of stationery_and office supphes for the office of the senior mstructor of Coast Artillery tactics, $75. _ For purchase of machines, tools, textbooks, and material for the practical instruction of cadets in the maintenance, repair, and operation of all classes of motor transportation and automobile or mtemal p combustion engines, $1,000. _ _ For re air o mattresses, machines, and so forth, m gymnasium of Cavalry barracks, $100. _ _ · For material for hurdles, and so forth, riding hall, $600. ,£,,°?§§_ mp mm" For general maintenance and repairs to the site of the cadet camp, $10,000. . For repair of obstacles on moimted drill ground, and for constructin other obstacles, and so forth, $100. lior the urchase of thread, wax, needles, and so forth, in the Cavalry stables, $200. ‘ _ For the purchase of thread, wax, needles, and so forth, m the Artillery stables, $200. » For material for preserving iloors, and so forth, Artillery barracks and stables, $150. - For the purchase of tools, machines, and so forth, Artillery gun shed, $2,000. A For repair to mattresses, machines, and so forth, in drill hall and gymnasium of Artillery barracks, $100. ‘ For the purchase of new and u keep of worn·out rubber matting in squad moms of Artillery barrac£s,‘$150. For pmchase of stationery and office fiuniture in office of the senior instructor of Field Artillery tactics, $100. For material for preserving floors, and so forth, Cavalry barracks and stables, $100. For repair pggmattressgs, magiines, and so forth, in drill hall and gymnasium o eer arrac , $100.

 For departmehguhf civil and military engi.neering: Textbooks,

•*·P¤¤¤*·¤¤=- stationery, and so forth, $1,200. For department of natural and experimental philosophy: Textbooks, apparatus, and so forth, $3,500. For department of instruction in mathematics: Textbooks, stationery, and so forth, $1,250. For department of chemistry, mineralogy, and geology, $2,500. For department of drawing: Drawing materials, and so forth, $2,000. S 1;%:3 department of modern languages: Stationery, and so forth, 1, . got dgpaxtment of law: Boolj, stationery, and so forth, $2,000. or e artment 0 ractic milit e ee : For models bogks, gtaliionery, an? slddfprth, $4,500iuy ngm‘ Img , or epartment o or ance and gunne : Models ruments books, and so forth, $2,150. ry ‘ i mgm i For the p1u·chase of machines, tools, and so forth, for practical instruction of cadets in wood and metal working, $500. ger siiepartment offénilitary hygiigne, $500. or e artment o n lish and to : For urchase of i , books, ari)d so forth, $1,5i)0. ry P ‘ Stat Oncry !·¤¤¤‘¤¤· S Exe course of lectures for the more complete instruction of cadets, 1, .