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4 FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 1, 2. 1877. Ei1“lPmB¤*¤· For infantry, cavalry, and artillery equipments, consistingof clothing bags, haversacks, canteens, and great-coat straps, horse-equipments for cavalry troops, seventy-five thousand dollars. ° Manufacture of For manufacture of arms at the National Armory, one hundred thousrms. sand dollars; and should a board of ordnance officers appointed by the P,.0,,,_,0_ Secretary of 'War recommend a magazine-gun for the military service, Magazinegun, the Secretary of War is authorized to expend not more than twenty thousand dollars of this amount in its manufacture. Conversion of For the conversion of ten-inch smooth-bores into rifles, and carriages smooth-bores. therefor, fifty thousand thousand dollars. _ Military came- For establishing and maintaining military cemeteries, one hundred teries. and twenty-ive thousand dollars. _ Superiutenir For the pay of seventy-one superintendents of military cemeteries, ents. fifty-nine thousand dollars. Approved, November 21, 1877. Nov. 21, 1877. CHAP. 2.-—An act to provide for certain deficiencies in the pay of the Navy and the ji; pay of the Murine Corps, and for other purposes Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Apprspristicns- States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sum : be, and D°H°1°“°*““· the same are hereby, appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the purposes hereinafter expressed, namel : Pay ofNavy. Forxpay of the Navy: For amount due the oillcers and men of the United States Navy for the quarter ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, one million four hundred and forty-six thousand six hundred and eighty-eight dollars and sixteen cents. Seligman Bros. For amount due Seligman Brothers, London, three hundred and eleven thousand nine hundred and fifty-three dollars and fifty-three cents. Arrears of pay. For miscellaneous claims arising upon arrears of pay, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Hospital fund. For amount due the naval hospital fund, fifty thousand dollars. Pay of Marine For pay of the Marine Corps: For pay of the officers of the Marine Corps- Corps for the quarter ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sev- Om°°’“· enty-seven, four thousand eight hundred and twenty-six dollars and sixty·Iive cents. Enlisted men. For the pay of the enlisted men for the same period, forty thousand three hundred and ninety-two dollars and ninety-three cents. JUDICIAL. U, S. courts. For salaries of five United States district judges, for the second quar- D*m*°°.l“d8°¤· ter of the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy- seven,tour thousand two hundred and thirty dollars and eighty-nine cents. ‘ G eu e r al ex- For defraying the expenses of the Supreme Court and circuit and dis- P°¤°°¤· trict courts of the United States, including the District of Columbia, and also for jurors and witnesses, and expenses of suits in which the United States are concerned, of prosecutions for offenses committed against the United States, and' for the safe-keeping of prisoners, being a. dehciency for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, two hundred and eight thousand and fifty-seven dollars and fifty cents. Support of cou- Support of convicts: For the support and maintenance of convicts vwts- transferred from the District of Columbia, being a deficiency for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-seven, two thousand three hundred and tour dollars and thirty-three cents. '