Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 29.djvu/683

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FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. II. UH. 386. 1897. and repairs of the same; postage on letters and other mailable matter on public service sent to foreign countries, and telegrams; stationery; furniture for Government houses and offices in navy-yards; coal and other fuel, candles, oil, and gas; cleaning and clearing up yards and care of buildings; attendance on fires, lights, fire engines, and apparatus; incidental labor at navy-yards; water tax, tolls, and ferriage; rent of four oih cers’quarters at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; pay of watchmen in navy-yards; awnings and packing boxes, and advertising for yards and docks and other purposes; and for rent of wharf and storehouse at Erie, Pennsylvania, for use and accommodation of United States steamer Michigan, two hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars. CONTINGENT, BUREAU or YARDS AND Docxsz For contingent C°¤*i¤¤¤¤*- gxpenses that may arise at navy-yards and stations, fifteen thousand o ars. Grvnr ESTABLISHBIENT, BUREAU or YARDS AND Docxs: Navy- gQg{j¤*¤l;}j¤h¤¤¤¤¤· yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire: For one clerk, at one thousand mm ' four hundred dollars; one mail messenger, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays; one messenger, at six hundred dollars; one foreman laborer and head teamster, at four dollars per diem, including Sundays; one janitor, at six hundred dollars; one pilot, at three dollars per diem, including Sundays; in all, five thousand eight hundred and eighty-five dollars; N avy-yard, Boston, Massachusetts: For one clerk, at one thousand B°’"°“‘ four hundred dollars; one foreman laborer, at four dollars per diem; one messenger to commandant, at one dollar and seventy-six cents per diem; one messenger, at one dollar and seventy-six cents per diem; one mail messenger, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays; one writer, at nine hundred dollars; one master of tugs, at one thousand two hundred dollars; in all, six thousand five hundred and eighty-three dollars and seventy-six cents; _ Navy-yard, Brooklyn, New York: For one clerk, at one thousand four MW Y°’k’ hundred dollars; one writer, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents; two masters of tugs, at one thousand five hundred dollars each; two writers, at nine hundred dollars each; one foreman laborer, at four dollars and fifty cents per diem; one mail messenger, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays; two messengers, at two dollars and twenty-five cents per diem each; one draftsman, at five dollars per diem; one quarterman, at three dollars per diem; one superintendent of teams or quarterman, at four dollars per diem; one messenger to eommandant, at two dollars and twenty-tive cents per diem, including Sundays; one electrician, at one thousand two hundred dollars; in all, sixteen thousand five hundred and forty-one dollars and fifty cents; __ . Naval station, Sacketts Harbor, New York: For one ship keeper, at *""k°““ H"""°’· three hundred and sixtyfive dollars per annum; I I d N avvyard, League Island, Pennsylvania: For one clerk, at one thou- L°“*’“° S °“ ` sand four hundred dollars; one writer and telegraph operator, at one thousand dollars; one messenger, at two dollars per diem; one foreman laborer, at four dollars per diem; in all, four thousand two hundred and seventy-eight dollars; _ Navy·yard, \Vashington, District of Columbia: For one clerk, at one W"“'“é"°“· thousand four hundred dollars; one messenger, at two dollars per diem; one foreman laborer, at four dollars per diem; one electrician, one thousand two hundred dollars; in all, four thousand four hundred and seventy-eight dollars; _ Navy-yard, Norfolk, Virginia: For one clerk, at one thousand four ?*°*‘°*k- hundred dollars; one writer, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents; one writer, at one thousand dollars; one foreman laborer, at tour dollars per diem; one electrician, one thousand two hundred dollars; one mail messenger, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays; two messengers, at two dollars per diem each; one pilot. at two dollars and twenty-six cents per diem; in all, eight thousand tive hundred and iitty-eight dollars and sixty-three cents;