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FiFTY·FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. Il. OH. 386. 1897. 66] English, at two thousand nve hundred dollars each; nve professors, namely, one of French and Spanish, one of English, two of French, and one of drawing, at two thousand two hundred dollars each; one assistant professor of French, at one thousand eight hundred dollars; one sword master, at one thousand nve hundred dollars, and two assistants, at one thousand dollars each; one instructor in gymnastics, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one assistant librarian, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one secretary to the Naval Academy, at one thousand eight hundred dollars; two clerks to the Superintendent, at one thousand two hundred dollars each; one clerk to the commandant of cadets, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one clerk to the paymaster, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one dentist, at one thousand six hundred dollars; one baker, at six hundred dollars; one mechanic in department of physics, at seven hundred and thirty dollars; one cook, at three hundred and twenty-nve dollars and ufty cents; one messenger to the Superintendent, at six hundred dollars; one armorer, at six hundred and forty-nine dollars and nfty cents; one chief gunner’s mate, at nve hundred and twenty-nine dollars and nfty • cents; one quarter gunner, at four hundred and sixty-nine dollars and nity cents; one cockswain, at four hundred and sixty-nine dollars and nfty cents; one seaman in the department of seamanship, at three hundred and ninety-seven dollars and nity cents; one attendant in the department of astronomy and one in the department of physics, at three hundred dollars each; six attendants at recitation rooms, library, store, chapel, and offices, at three hundred dollars each; one band- Bemmaster, at nve hundred and twenty-eight dollars; twenty-one nrstclass musicians, at three hundred and forty-eight dollars each; seven second-class musicians, at three hundred dollars each; services of organist at chapel, three hundred dollars; in all, nfty-four thousand five hundred and seven dollars: Provided, That the proper pay officer 5:;***:0;, t of the Navy be, and is hereby, authorized to pay the professors at the profesgofdy my ° Naval Academy, whose compensation was anected by the Act making v°*· 2** P- 83* appropriations for the naval service for the nscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninetysix, approved March second, eighteen hundred and ninetynve, at the rate of compensation fixed by that Act from July nrst, eighteen hundred and ninety-six. _ _ For special course of study and training of naval cadets, as authorized $f,1{?QYjf’;,'_“Q85,{“*“*“" by Act of Congress approved August nfth, eighteen hundred and eighty- two, three thousand dollars. PAY OF \VATCHMEN, MECHANICS, AND OTHERS, NAVAL AXCADEMY: ch:‘;&:°&;¤•¤· ¤¤~ For the captain of the watch and weigher, at two dollars and fifty' cents per diem; four watchmen, at two dollars per diem each; foreman of gas and steam-heating works of the Academy, at five dollars per diem; for labor at gas works and steam buildings, for masons, carpenters, and other mechanics and laborers, and for care of buildings, grounds, wharves, and boats, thirtyseven thousand eight hundred and sixty-tour dollars and ninetyfive cents; one attendant in purifying house of the gas house, at one dollar and nfty cents per diem; in all, forty-ibur thousand and sixty-nine dollars and ninety-tive cents. PAY OF STEAM EM 1*1..0 YEES, NAVAL ACADEMY: For pay of mechanics E¥”Pl°Y°°°· ¤*¤=¤¤ and others in department of steam engineering, seven thousand eight °°gm°°"°g' hundred and twenty-four dollars and nfty cents. Rr;i·Ams, NAVAL ACADE)IY1 Necessary repairs of public buildings, R*r>=¤i¤¤- ¤¤=· pavements, wharves, and walls inclosing the grounds of the Naval Academyjmprovements, repairs, furniture and nxtures, twentyone thou- _ sand dollars; continuing the grading and improvement of the property ‘,§f){f*;'gg,;_*Q;’;_ condemned under Act making appropriations for the naval service for ’ the nscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety, and the adjacent ground, and for the completion of improvement of the water front of the Academy, now in progress, to be immediately available, nve thousand dollars; in all, repairs, Naval Academy, twenty-six thousand dollars.