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FORTQIFOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. GH. 110, 111. 1877. 385 For manufacture of postal cards, three hundred thousand dollars. Postal cards. For pay of agent; and assistants to distribute postal cards, and expenses of agency, six thousand one hundred dollars. For registered-package envelopes, locks, und seals, forty thousand R+>gi¤*¤¤‘¤d·1>¤¤k· dollars_ 21-gO cnvclopes. Fgrdogice-envelopes and for dead-letter envelopes, twenty-tive thou- of5¢¤-wvvlvnvé san dollars. For ship, steamboat, and way letters, seven thousand five hundred Ship, ¤¤¢¤mb¤¤¤, dollars. and Way letters. For engraving, printing, and binding drafts and warrants, one thou- Evgmvivg, ewsand five hundred dollars. OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF FOREIGN MAILS. For transportation of foreign mails, two hundred and forty thousand Foreign m aildollars. transportation. For balance due foreign counbries,ti1'Ly thousand dollars, including Bnimmesdueforthe United States portion of the expense of the international uilice eign <><>¤¤*¥i¤¤· organized under the provisions of article fifteen of the general postal 1>o8c,p. 584. » union treaty concluded uh Berne, October ninth, eightecnx hundred and seventyikmr. For the commission appointed under the ncl; entitled "An act making CmnmiSsim_¤ no appropriations for the service of the Post.-Office Depaubumnt {br the °$?S‘“"ff’7. "`_"‘l""‘*` year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-seven,m1¢l ""}}3§¥’lQQ`,'79, tbr other purposes " approved July twelfth eighteen hundred and Ante; 70. seventy-six, to continue and complete the service required of them by said act and to include an examination of mail service other than by railroads, six thousand dollars. Sec. 2. That if the revenue of the Post-Oiiicc Department shall be Ap;>r¤p¤·i=¤¥iv¤¤i¤ insufficient to meet the appropriations made by this uct, then the sum “‘1‘h'·‘°" ‘·° ’°'°‘ of two million, nine hundred and thirty-nine thousand, seven hundred ”°°' and twenty-fave dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be, and the same is hereby npp1·0priz1te<l, to be paid out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to supply deficiencies in revenue 0f the Posts-Oiiice I)epm·t,meut lbr the yenr ending J unc thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventzy-eight. Approved, March 3, 1877. . CHAP. 111.——An not making appropriations for the naval service for the your and- Mm-ch 3 {g77_ ing Juno thirtieth, eighteen hundrecl and seventy-eight, and for other purposes. -——-—;-—; . Jlnlv, \. G5. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United I States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and · A1>n¤‘·»p¤‘i®i<>¤=¤- choy are hereby, appropriated, to be paid out of any money in the N‘*""l“°""‘°°· Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the naval service of the Government fcr the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy eight, and for other purposes: For pay of commissioned and warrant officers my sea, on s110reQ0u 1>ay,ma1.-.»ge,em. special service, and of those on the retired-list and unemployed. and for the actual expenses of officers traveling under orders, and for pay of thepetby·0fficers, seamen, ordinary seamen, landsmen, and boys, including men of the engineers force, and for the Coast; Survey service, seven thousand five hundred men, six million, six hundred thousand dollars For contingent expenses of the Navy Department, namely: For rent: Ccnt.ingl~nt ex mul furniture of buildings and offices not in navyynrds; expenses of P°¤S°*‘· c0urts·martial and courts of inquiry, boards of investigation, examiningboards, with cler·ks’ and wit1nesses’ fees, and traveling-expenses and costs; smtionery and recording; expenses of purchasing-pay1nastex·s’ offices at the various cities, including clerks, furniture, thel, stmsionery. und incidental expenses; newspapers and advertising; foreign postage; x1x——~25 ‘ ’