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30 TWENTYYFOURTH CONGRESS. Sess.], Ch.62. 1836. Expenses of For various expenses in the quarterruastcris department,] vii; fac], Q*;”“°"'“"s’ forage, straw, stationery, blanks, and printing , repairing an. en argmg t°r std°pm` barracks, quarters, storehouses, and hospitals, at the various posts; mmerecting temporary cantonments at such posts as shall be occupied durmg the year, including huts for the dragoons, and gun-houses at the Atlantic posts, and those on the Gulf of Mexico, with the necessary tools and materials · providing materials for the authorized furniture of the rooms of non-ccimmissioned officers and soldiers; rent of quarters, barracks and storehouses, and of grounds for summer cantonments and encampments, including a farm at Fort Monroe mr military prplcticg ; postag? on public letters and packets · expenseso courts marti an courts o inqhiry, including the compensation of judge advocates, members, and witnesses; extra pay to soldiers under an act of Congress of the second 1819 h.46. of March eighteen hundred and nineteen; expenses of expresses from , c the frontidr pgmstsg of escorts to paymasters; hire of laborers; compensation to extra clerks in the offices of the quarterrriaster and assistants, at posts where their duties cannot be pegfogmedkwithopt suph aid, and totem orar a ents in charge of dismante wor s an in the per_ormance of other duties; coiiins and other articles necessary at the interment of non-commissioned officers and soldier;; ang] purchase of hprges, and various other expenditures necessary to eep e regiment o ragoons complete, three hundred and thirty-two thousand dollars. ' . T’”¤°P°’“*·, For the allowance made to the officers for the transportation of their {,1:°g,°Q;:m°°r° baggage when travelling on duty without troops, fifty thousand. dollars, Pgoriransport- For transportation of clothing from the depot at Philadelphia, to the Fmngf °l°'·h‘ stations of the troops; of subsistence from the places of purchase and mg' °‘ points of delivery, under contracts, to thelposts where they are required to be used; of ordnance from the foundries and arsenals to the frontier . posts and the fortifications and lead from the western mines to the seyeral arsenals; and of the army, including officers when removing with troops, either by land or water; freight and ferrrages; purchase or hire of horses, oxen, mules, carts, wagons, and boats for transportation of troops and supplies, and forgarrison purposes; ldrayage and cartage at the several posts; hire of teamsters; transportation of funds for the pay department; the expense of sailing a public transport between the several posts on the Gulf of Mexico, and procuring water at such posts as from their situation require it, the sum of one hundred and forty-eight thousand dollars. Contingencies. For contingencies of the army, three thousand dollars. . Recruiting, For two months' extra pay to re-enlisted soldiers, and for the contin- &*°· gent expenses of the recruiting service, in addition to the sum of twenty thousand seven hundred and sixty dollars and sixty-three cents, being an unexpended appropriation for bounties and premiums, ten thousan five hundred and sixty-four dollars and forty-four cents. _ Arresrages. For arrearages prior to the first of July, one thousand eight hundred and fifteen, payable through the office of the Third Auditor, in addition to an unexpended balance of two thousand one hundred and sixty-six dollars and thirty-one cents three thousand dollars. Offpro re!::?! For enabling the Secretaiy of War, under the direction of the Presi- · ‘? l" dent of the United States to remove the troo s from Fort Gibson to it ui r . . . . P . . m nga M some eligible point on or! near the western frontier line of Arkansas, and to cause a fort to be built upon the point so selected for the accom- Post, p. 310. modation of the troo s of the United States and for the, better defence P. ) of the Arkansas frontier, the sum of fifty thousand dollars. KBawioks gt For completing the barracks, quarters, storehouses, and hospital, at °" _°“‘· °· Key West, in the Territory of Florida, ten thousand dollars. H¤¤P¤*¤l¤» &<=· For hospitals at the various military posts at which they may be required by the proper officers of the medical department, where there are not proper accommodations for the sick, and which may be author-