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290 FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 68. 1879. at three dollars, one at two dollars and nfty cents, and eight at two dollars per day each; one steam-pipe fitter, seven hundred and thirty dollars; one foreman of joiners, one foreman of painters, and one foreman of masons, at three dollars and fifty cents per day each; two joiners, one painter, and one mason, at two dollars and fifty cents per day each; one tinner, one gas-fitter, and one blacksmith, at two dollars and fifty cents per day each ; in all, twenty-four thousand four hundred and fifty-five dollars. Mechanics and Pay of mechanics and others: One mechanic at workshop, at two others. dollars and twenty-five cents per diem ; one master-laborer, to keep public grounds in order, at two dollars and twentyeight cents per diem; fourteen laborers, to assist in same, three at two dollars per diem each and eleven at one dollar and fifty cents per diem each; one laborer, to superintend quarters of cadet-midshipmen and public grounds, at two dollars per diem; six attendants at recitation—rooms, library, chapel and offices, and store, at twenty dollars per month each; twenty servants, to keep in order and attend to quarters of cadetmidsliipinen and public buildings, at twenty dollars per month each; in all, sixteen thousand eight hundred and thirty-tive dollars and ninety-five cents. Rmployeesinde- For pay of employees in the department of steam-enginery: For 1>¤¥$¤¤<>¤* of5W3m- master-machinist, boilenmaker, and pattern-maker, at three dollars and °“g‘“"Y· fifty cents per day each; two machinists, one black-smith, and one moulder, at two dollars and fifty cents per diem each; and two laborers, at one dollar and fifty cents per diem each; in all, eight- thousand tive hundred and seventy-seven dollars and fifty cents. Repairs, etc. For necessary repairs of public buildings, pavements, wharves, and walls inclosing the grounds of the Naval Academy, and for improvements and furniture and fixtures, twenty-one thousand dollars. Fuel and lights. For fuel, and for heating and lighting the academy and school-ships_ seventeen thousand dollars. Contingent. For contingent expenses, Naval Academy: For purchase of books for the library, two thousand dollars. Stationery, etc. For stationery, blank books, models, maps, and so forth, and for textbooks for use of instructors, two thousand dollars. Chemicals, etc. For purchase of chemicals, apparatus, and instruments, in the department of physics and chemistry, and for repairs of the same, two thousand five hundred dollars. Miscellaneous. For purchase of gas and steam ma.chinery; steam-pipe and fixtures; rent of building for the use of the academy; freight; cartage; water; music; musical and astronomical instruments; uniforms for the bands men ; telegraphing; and for the current expenses and repairs of all kinds; and for incidental labor and expenses not applicable to any other appropriation, thirty-four thousand six hundred dollars. For stores in the department of steam-enginery, eight hundred dollars. For materials for repairs in steam—machinery, one thousand dollars. Beardcfvisiters. For expenses of the Board of Visitors to the Naval Academy, two thousand six hundred dollars. Constitution of That from and after the passage of this act there shall be appointed B0""]- every year, in the following manner, a Board of Visitors, to attend the annual examination of the academy: Seven persons shall be appointed by the President, and two Senators and three Members of the House of Representatives shall be designated as Visitors by the Vice-President or President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, respectively, at the session of Congress next pre- Miiwyf- ceding such examination. Each member of said board shall receive not exceeding eight cents per mile traveled by the most direct route from his residence to Annapolis, and eight cents per mile for each mile from said place to his residence on returning. MARINE CORPS. PM'- For pay of officers of the Marine Corps, as follows: One colonel commandant, four thousand five hundred dollars; one colonel, four thous