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284 FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. C11. 65, 68. 1879. and the operations of discount and deposit of said bank shall be carried on in the village of Willimantic. Liabilities, etc., Sec. 2. That nothing in this act contained shall be so construed as in Mb ¤fY•¤¤f¤d- any manner to release the said bank from any liability or atlect any action or proceeding in law in which the said bank may be a party or interested, and when the time for such change shall have been determined upon by the directors of said bank notice thereof and of such change shall be published in a, weekly newspaper in the said village of NVilliu1antic not less than three weeks. Sec. 3. That this act shall take eifect and be in force from and after its passage. Approved, February 10, 1879. .6.—i:m:ki¤.> ir" ;·· ~·~···'r Fab- “· ****9- °H“° J.?... t}.’§.-tfés., 2ig’sQ‘é.}’i.‘I{..3i‘}f.ii"3ti‘.S"£i},,i'.‘?.§§‘.1.;‘}i't.i‘.§ii‘i.f£’ `““"" Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Appropriations. States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and they are hereby, appropriated, to be paid out of any money in the Treas- Naval service. ury not otherwise appropriated, for the naval service of the government, for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty, and for other purposes: pay, For the pay of the Navy, for the active list namely: One admiral, Active list- one vice-admiral, eleven rear-admirals, eight chiefs of bureau (commodores), twenty-four commodores, forty-seven captains, ninety commanders, eighty lieutenant-commanders, two hundred and eighty lieutenants, one hundred and one masters, one hundred ensigns, one hundred and four midshipmen, fonuteen medical directors, fifteen medical inspectors, fifty surgeons, eighty-six passed assistant surgeons, fourteen assistant surgeons, twelve pay-directors, thirteen pavinspectors, fifty paymasters, thirty passed assistant paymasters, twenty assistant pay- masters, sixty-nine chief engineers, ninety-eight passed assistant engineers, sixty-six assistant engineers, twenty-four chaplains, twelve professors of mathematics, te11 naval constructors, five assistant naval constructors, nine civil engineers, two hundred and one warrant—o|iicers, forty-three mates, two hundred and fifty cadet-midshipmen, additional for thirtyeight cadet-midshipmen at sea, one hundred cadet-engineers and twentydive to be admitted in eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, additional for twenty-three cadet-engineers when at sea-, one acting master, one acting eusign, three acting passed assistant surgeons, and eighteen acting assistant surgeons, three million eight hundred and twenty- two thousand eight hundred and seventy-five dollars. Retired list. For pay of the retired list, namely: For forty-six rear-admirals, twenty- five oommodores, sixteen captains, thirteen commanders, fourteen lieu- ` tenant-commanders, six lieutenants, tourteen masters, five onsigns, two midshipmen, four surgeon-generals, twenty-one medical directors, one ° medical inspector, two surgeons, two passed assistant surgeons, five assistant surgeons, three paymaster-generals, five pay-directors, three pay- masters, two passed assistant paymasters, two assistant paymasters, four chief engineers, seventeen passed assistant engineers, twenty-four assistant engineers, seven chaplains, six professors of mathematics, one chief constructor, four naval constructors, nine boatswains, five gunners, thirteen carpenters, and thirteen sailmakers, six hundred and forty-tive thousand tour hundred dollars. pmy-05£i(,,,rS, For pay to petty-ot'iicers, seamen, ordinary seamen, laudsmen, and seamen, etc. boys, including men in the engineers’ force, and for the Coast Survey service, not exceeding seven thousand five hundred men in all, two million three hundred thousand dollars. Secret a pi ,,8, For secretaries to the Admiral and Vice-Admiral, clerks to tleet-pay- clerks, etc. masters, paymasters of vessels, clerks at inspections, navy-yards, and stations, and extra. pay to men enlisted under honorable discharge; ex-