TWENTY-FIRST CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 57. 1831. 461 men, one million two hundred and seventy-eight thousand six hundred and ninety-four dollars. For pay of superintendents, naval constructors, and all the civil es- Superintendtablishment of the several navy yards and stations, fifty-seven thousand °“”· six hundred and eighty dollars. For provisions, one hundred seventy-three thousand four hundred and Provisions. sixty-three dollars. For repairs of vessels in ordinary, and the wear and tear of vessels in Repairn, he. commission, six hundred and fifteen thousand four hundred dollars. For medicines, surgical instruments, hospital stores, and other ex- Medicines, sm. penses on account of the sick, twenty-five thousand five hundred dollars. For repairs and improvements of navy yards, two hundred and forty- Navy yard:. four thousand dollars. For the erection of a wharf at the navy yard at Pensacola, twenty- eight thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. For defraying expenses that may accrue during the year one thousand Miscellaneous. eight hundred and thirty-one, for the following purposes, viz: For freight and transportation of materials and stores of every description; for wharfage and dockage, storage and rent, travelling` expenses of officers, and transportation of seamen, house rent, chamber money, and fuel and candles to officers, other than those attached to navy yards and stations, and for officers in sick quarters, where there is no hospital, and for funeral expenses; for commissions, clerk hire, and office rent, stationery and fuel to navy agents; for premiums and incidental expenses of recruiting; for upprehending deserters; for compensation to judge advocates; for per diem allowances for persons attending courts martial and courts of inquiry, and for officers engaged in extra service beyond the limits of their stations; for printing and stationery of every description, and for books, maps, charts, and mathematical and nautical instruments, chronometers, models and drawings; for purchase and repair of steam and fire engines, and for machinery; for purchase and maintenance of oxen and horses, and for carts, timber wheels, and workmerfs tools of every description; for postage of letters on public service; for pilotage ; for cabin furniture of vessels in commission; and for furniture of officers’ houses at navy yards; for taxes on navy yards and public property; for assistance rendered to vrmsels in distress; for incidental labour at navy yards, not applicable to any other appropriation; for coal and other fuel for forges, foundries, and steam engines; for candles, oil, and fuel for vessels in commission and in ordinary; for repairs of magazines and powder houses; for preparing moulds for ships to be built; and for no other object or purpose whatever, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. For contingent expenses for objects arising during the year one thou- €¤¤ti¤g¤¤¤i<=¤· sand eight hundred and thirty-one, and not herein before enumerated, tive thousand dollars. For pay of the officers, non-commissioned officers, and privates, and Marine ¤¤rp¤· for subsistence of officers of the marine corps, one hundred and nine thousand three hundred and seventy-three dollars; the pay, subsistence, emoluments, and allowances of the said officers, non-commissioned officers and privates, to be the same as they were previously to the first of April, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-nine. For subsistence for four hundred and sixty-one non-commissioned Subsistence. ofiicers, musicians, and privates, and washer-women, serving on shore, twenty thousand one hundred and ninety-one dollars. For clothing, twenty-eight thousand seven hundred and sixty-five Clothing. dollars. For fuel, nine thousand and ninety-eight dollars. Fuel. For contingent expenses, fourteen thousand dollars. Contingencies. For military stores, two thousand dollars. Stores. For medicines, two thousand three hundred and sixty-nine dollars. Medicines. 2 o 2
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