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416 FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 44, 46. 1882. bridge, und shall hold zi public session at some convenient; point to hear all objections thereto, of which public session due notice and invitation to be present shall be given to all interested parties; and if said board of engineers reports that the site is unfavorable, the Secretary of War shall be authorized, on the recommendation of said board, to order such changes in the bridge or its piers or such guiding-(likes or other _ auxiliary works as may be necessary, at the expense of the proprietors or managers of such bridge or piers and other works for the security of navigation; and the proposed bridge shall only be u legal structure when built as approved by the Secretary of War." S20. 5.-—That the right to alter, amend or repeal this act as set: forth in section seven of the act hereby amended is hereby reserved. · Approved, February fourteenth, 1883. Pqb, I5, 1x; CHAP. 46.-An act making appropriations for the support of the Military Acad.- ——-¥--—- emy for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-four, and for other purposes. Be it enacted ln] the Senate and House of Representatives of the United Military Acsd- States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums bo, ei"? ¤PP*°P¤¤· and the same are hereby, appropriated, out of any money in the Treas- “‘"'“‘ ury not otherwise appropriated, for the support of the Military Academy for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty four: - my or profess For pay of professors, twenty-fivc thousand five hundred dollars. 0f8i. Commzmdant of For one commandant of mdets, in addition to pay as captain in the » °°***’*°- line, one thousand two hundred dollars. _ lnstruciorofinil- For pay of one instructor of practical military engineering, in addi- "*“>' ““'é“‘°°““K· tion to pay as first lieutenant, nine hundred dollars · rus¢me¢¤roford· For pay of one instructor of ordnance and science of gunnery, in ”“*‘°°· addition to pay as iirst lieutenant, nine hundred dollars. Assistant pro- For pay of eight assistant professors, in addition to pay as iirst

  • `°“‘”“· lieurenants, tour thousand dollars.

Irmmezors of For pay of three instructors of cavalry, artillery, and infantry tac- ¤=•"·*¤'!» ¤*°- ties, in addition to pay as second lieutenuuts, one thousand five hundred dollars. Assistant in- For pay of four assistant instructors of cavalry, artillery, and infan- °""“’*°'°‘ °*` °°"¤‘ try tactics, commanding companies, in addition to pay as second lieu- "' tenants, two thousand four hundred dollars. _Adjut:mt; addi· For pay of adjutant, in addition to pay as second lieutenant, three

    • !*¤¤* PW? Pl'°· hundred dollars: Provided, That the sum pnidto said officer shall not

"'"°°‘ exceed one thousand eight hundred dollars per annum. Mamet sword. L For psy ot one master of the sword, one thousand five hundred dolmrs. Pay of cadet;. For pay of cadets, one hundred and sixty thousand dollars; and no cadet shall receive more than at the rate of five hundred and forty dollars :1 year. sh;F¤=»¢b¤r of mu- For pay of the teacher of music, one thousand and eighty dollars. P41? ¤*` i>¤¤<i· For pay of tho Military Academy band, nine thousand two hundred and forty dollars; which shall be in full for the pay of the said band for the your ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty-four, any law to the contrary notwithstanding. Lonpvity pay. For additional pay of professors aud to officers (on increased rank) for length of service, eight thousand nine hundred and twelve dollars aud fifty cents. · C “ "°¤* °¥· For current expenses, as follows: P°°"°°‘ For repairs and improvements, timber, plank, boards, joists, wallstrips, Izrths, shingles, slate, tin, sheet-lead, zinc, nails, screws, locks, hinges, glass, paint, turpentine, oils, varnish, brushes, stone, brick, flag,