288 FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. C11. 68. 1879. dred and forty dollars each; stablekeeper and driver, three hundred and sixty dollars; master-at-arms,four hundred and eighty dollars; corporal, three hundred dollars; barber, three hundred and sixty dollars; carpenter, eight hundred and forty-five dollars; water-rent and gas, two thousand dollars; ice, two hundred dollars; car-tickets, two hundred and filly dollars; cemetery and burial expenses, headstones, and digging graves, three hundred and fifty dollars; improvement of grounds, five hundred dollars; repairs and preservation of all kinds, painting, and for grates, furnaces, ranges, furniture, and repairs of furniture, tour thou- Bcimiciaiies. sand five hundred dollars; and for support of beneiiciaries, forty-three thousand five hundred dollars; in all, sixty thousand eight hundred and Fund. nine dollars; which sum shall be paid out of the income from the naval pension fund. BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY. Sm·gec·n¤’ nieces- For support of the medical department, for surgeons? necessaries for °°'i"$— vessels in commission, navy-yards, naval stations, Marine Corps, and Coast Survey, forty-five thousand dollars. Hospital umd. l·`or the naval hospital fund, namely: For maintenance of the naval hospitals at Portsmouth, New Hampshire; Chelsea, Massachusetts; Brooklyn, New York; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Annapolis, Mary- land; Washingon, District of Columbia; Norfolk, Virginia; Pensacola, Florida; Mare Island, California; and Yokohama, Japan, fifty thousand dollars. Contingent. For contingent expenses of the bureau: For ireight on medical stores; transportation of insane patients to the government hospital; advertising; telegraphing; purchase of books; expen es attending the medical board of examiners; purchase and repair of wagons, harness; purchase and feed of horses, cows; trees, garden tools, and seeds, fifteen thousand dollars. Repairs. For necessary repairs of naval laboratory, hospitals, and appendages, including roads, wharves, out-houses, steam heating apparatus, side walks, fbnces, gardens, farms, and cemeteries, thirty thousand dollars. Civil establish- For the civil establishment at the several naval hospitals and naval ¤*¤***· laboratory: For the maintenance of the several naval hospitals and naval laboratory, forty thousand dollars. BUREAU OF PROVISIONS AND CLOTHING. P’°"*“*°“S· For provisions for the seamen and marines; commuted rations for officers, seamen, and marines; expenses of inspectors and storehouscs; gn;} for piuchase of water for ships, one million and twenty-five thousand o ars. 8*****-ll·S*°*°S· For the piu·chase of small-stores, one hundred thousand dollars; and it is hereby provided that from and alter the first day ot'April, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, the value of issues of small-stores shall be credited to a fund to be designated as the “small-stores fund ", in the same manner as the value of the issues of clothing is now credited to 1****** *‘*‘<‘"'¤Y· the “ clothing fund "; the resources of the fund to be used hereafter in _ _ _ the purchase of supplies of small-stores for issue. (7**** *‘=**=·‘•l*¤l*· For civil establishment, eleven thousand three hundred and ninetv- """"‘ _ four dollars and twenty-tive cents. ` €***·***·s··*¤*- For contingent expenses: For freight and charges on shipments; candles and tnel; books and blanks; stationery; advertising and commissions on sales; toll, ierriages, and car-tickets; postage, telegrams, and express charges; and yeo1nen`s stores, iron sales, ice, newspapers, and incidental expenses absolutely necessary, sixty thousand dollars. BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION ANI) REPAIR. W;}E•¤¤‘=¤¤¤¤¤ of l·`or preservation of vessels on the stocks and in ordinary; purchase " of materials and stores of all kinds; labor in navy-yards and on foreign
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