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$9, 188, 536 50 expenses, headstones, and digging graves, $350 ; improvement of grounds, $500 ; repairs and preservation of all kinds, painting, and for grates, furnaces, ranges, furniture, and repairs of furniture, 84,500; and for support of beneficiaries, $43,500; in all..
60, 809 00 BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY. For support of the medical department, for surgeons' necessaries for vessels in commis. sion, Davy-yards, paval stations, Marine Corps, and Coast Survey
45, 000 00 For the naval hospital fund. pamely: For maintenance of the naval hospitals at Ports
month, N. H.; Chelsea, Mass.; Brooklyn, N. Y.; Philadelphia, Pa.; Annapolis, Md ; Washington, D. C.; Norfolk, Va. ; Pensacola, Fla. ; Mare Island, Cal.; and Yokohama, Japan
50, 000 00 For contingent expenses of the bureau: For freight on medical stores; transportation of
insane patients to the government hospitals; advertising ; telegrapbing: purchase of books; expenses attending the medical board of examiners ; purchase and repair of
wagons, harness ; purchase and feed of horses, cows; trees, garden tools, and seeds... 15, 000 00 For necessary repairs of Daval laboratory, hospitals, and appendages, including roads,
wharves, out-houses, steam.heating apparatus, sidewalks, fences, gardens, farms, and cemeteries
30, 000 00 For tbe civil establishment at the several naval hospitals and naval laboratory: For the maintenance of the several naval hospitals and naval laboratory
40, 000 00 BUREAU OF PROVISIONS AND CLOTHING. For provisions for the seamen and marines; commuted rations for officers, seamen, and
marines; expenses of inspectors and storehouses; and for purchase of water for ships. 1, 025, 000 00 For the purchase of small-stores...
100, 000 00 For civil establishment...
11, 394 25 For contingent expenses: For freight and charges on shipments; candles and fuel; books and blanks; stationery; advertising and commissions
on sales; toll ferriages, and cartickets ; postage, telegrams, and express cbarges; and yeomen's stores, iron safes, ice, newspapers, and incidental expenses absolutely necessary
60, 000 00 BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR. For preservation of vessels on the stocks and in ordinary; purchase of materials and
stores of all kinds ; labor in navy-yards and on foreign stations; preservation of materials ; purcbase of tools; wear, tear, and repair of vessels afloat, and for general care and protection of the Navy in the line of construction and repair; and incidental expenses, pamely, advertising and foreign postage
1,500,000 00 For the civil establishment ...
40, 105 75
BUREAU OF STEAM-ENGINEERING.
pairs, and preservation of machinery and tools in the several pavy-yards; for labor in
and preservation of oils, coals, metals, and all materials and stores..
800, 000 00 20, 038 00 3, 000 00 1, COO 00
For pay of professors and others: For two professors (heads of departments), namely,
one of drawing and one of modern languages, at $2,500 each, $5,000; three professors,
53, 126 00 Pay of watchmen and others: Captain of the watch and weigher, at $2.50 per day; four
watchmen, at $2 per day; foreman of the gas and steam-heating works, at $5 per diem; ten attendants at gas and steam-heating works of academy, one at $3, one at $2.50, and eight at $2 per day each; one steam pipe fitter, $730; one foreman of joiners, one fore. man of painters, and one foreman of masons, at $3.50 per day each ; two joiners, one painter, and one mason, at $2.50 per day each; one tinner, one gas-fitter, and one blacksmith, at $2.50 per day each; in all
24, 455 00 Pay of mechanics and others: One mechanic at worksbop, at $2.25 per diem; one masterlaborer, to keep public grounds in order, at $2.28 per diem; fourteen laborers, to assist in same, three at $2 per diem each and eleven at $1.50 per diem each; one laborer, to superintend quarters of cadet-midshipmen and public grounds, at 82 per diem ; six attendants at recitation-rooms, library, chapel and offices, and store, at $20 per month Carried forward
13, 067, 464 50 50, 000 00 Total
Appropriations, 86.-Continued. IBrought forward..
..$13, 067, 464 50 each; twenty servants, to keep in order and attend to quarters of cadet-midshipmen and public buildings, at 320 per month each ; in all
16, 835 95 For pay of employés
in the department of steam-enginery: For master-machinist, boiler maker, and pattern-maker, at $3 50 per day each; two machinists, one blacksmith, and
one moulder, at $2.50 per diem each; and two laborers, at $1.50 per diem each ; in all 8,577 50 For necessary repairs of public buildings, pavements, wharves, and walls inclosing the grounds of the Naval Academy, and for improvements and furniture and fixtures
21, 000 00 For fuel, and for heating and lighting the academy and school-ships ....
17. 000 00 For contingent expenses, Naval Academy: For parchase of books for the library.
2,000 00 For stationery, blank books, models, maps, and so forth, and for text-books for use of instructors ..
2,000 00 For purchase of chemicals, apparatus, and instruments, in the department of physics and
chemistry, and for repairs of the same.
2 500 00 the use of the academy; freight; cartage; water: music; musical and astronomical instruments; uniforms for the bandsmen; telegrapbing; and for the current expenses and repairs of all kinds; and for incidental labor and expenses not applicable to any other appropriation ......
34, 600 00 For stores in the department of steam-enginery.
800 00 For materials for repairs in steam-machinery
1,000 00 For expenses of the Board of Visitors to the Naval Academy..
2,600 00 MARINE CORPS. For pay of officers of the Marine Corps, as follows: One colonel commandant, $4,500 ;
one colonel. $4,500; two lieutenant-colonels, $8,000; one adjutant and inspector, one quartermaster, and one paymaster, two at $3,500 and one at $3.000 per annum, $10,000 ; four majors, $14,000; two assistant quartermasters, one at $2,800 and one at $2,600 per annum, $5,400 : twenty captains, one at $2.520 and nineteen at $2,340 per anvum. $46,980; thirty first lieutenants, fifteen at $1,950, thirteen at $1,800, and two at $1,650 per annum, 855,950; twenty second lieutenants, eleven at $1,510 and nine at $1,400 per annum, $29,540; one brigadier-general (retired list). $4.125 ; one lieutenaut-colonel (re. tired list), $3,000; four majors (retired list), three at $2,625 and one at $2,250 per annum, $10,125 : one assistant quartermaster (retired list), $2,100; three captains (retired list), one at $1,620, one at $1,485, and one at $1,350 per annum, $4,455 ; two first lieutenants (retired list), $2,700; three second lieutenants (retired list), one at $1,155 and two at $1,050 per apnum, $3,255 ; one leader of the band, $1,080; one sergeant-major, one quar. termaster-sergeant, and one drum-major, $1,080; fifty first sergeants, $16,200 ; one hun. dred and forty sergeants, ninety at $17 and fifty at $22 per month. $31,560; one hundred and eighty corporals, one hundred and thirty at $15 and fifty at $20 per month, $35,400 ; thirty musicians, seven at $10, eight at $26, and fifteen at $23 per month, 89,996 ; pinety. six drummers and fifers, $17,736 ; one thousand tive hundred privates, six hundred at $13, tive hundred at $16, four hundred at $18 per month, $276,000 ; ten clerks and two messengers, $15,715: payments to discharged soldiers for clothing undrawn. $20,000; transportation of officers traveling without troops. $5,000 : commutation of quarters for officers where there are no public buildings, $10,000; in all.
64, 397 00 For provisions....
75, 007 50 For clothing.
60,000 00 For fuel For military stores, namely: For pay of one chief armorer, $939 ; tbree mechanics, at
20, 000 00 $2.50 per day each ; repairs of arms, purchase of accouterments, ordnance stores, flags, drums, tifes, and other instruments, $3,000; for purchase of new instruments for the band, $1,400 ; in all
9, 636 50 For transportation of troops and for expenses of recruiting
7,000 00 For repairs of barracks, and rent of offices where there are no public buildings
13, 000 00 For forage for three public horses, one for messenger to commandant and staft, Washing.
ton, District of Columbia, and two for general use at marine barracks, Mare Island, Cal. ifornia
500 00 For contingencies, namely: Freight; ferriage ; toll; cartage : per diem for constant labor;
wharfage; purchase and repair of boats; labor; burial of deceased marines; stationery, telegraphing ; apprehension of deserters; oil, candles, gas ; repairs of gas and water fixtures ; water rent; barrack furniture; furniture for officeraquarters; bedsacks ; wrapping-paper; oil-cloth; crash ; rope ; twine; spades; shovels; axes; picks; car penters' tools ; repairs to fire-engines; purchase and repair of engine hose; purchase of lanıber for benches, mess-tables, bunks; purchase and repair of harness ; purchase and repair of handcarts and wheelbarrows; scavengering: pnrchase and repair of galleys, cooking-stoves, ranges, stoves where there are no grates; gravel for paradegrounds; repair of pumps; brushes; brooms; buckets; paving; and for other purposes. 20, 000 00 Total
14,029, 968 35 By the act making appropriations for fortifications and other works of defense, and for the armament
thereof, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1880, and for other purposes. For the protection, preservation, and repair of fortifications and other works of defense.
for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1880, the same to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of War Also the following for the armament of fortifications, namely: For the armament of sea
$100, 000 00 coast fortifications, including heavy guns and howitzers for flank defense, carriages, projectiles, fuses, powder, and implements, their trial and proof, and all necessary er. penses incident thereto, and for machine guns
125, 000 00 For torpedoes for harbor defenses, and the preservation of the same, and for torpedo ex
periments in their application to harbor and land defense, and for instruction of engi. neer battalion in their preparation and application
275, 000 00
By the act making appropriations to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the fiscal year ending
June 30, 1079, and for prior years, and for those heretofore treated as permanent, and for other pur. poses.
SOUTHERN CLAIMS COMMISSION.
For salaries of the commissioners, the clerk, reporter, and messenger, $6,477.74 : Pro.
rided, That so much of the appropriation for contingent expenses of the Southern Claims Commission made by the legislative act approved June 19, 1978, as may be necessary, not exceeding $7,000, is hereby transferred for the payment of salaries of investigating agents and their expenses, and for additional clerks, for the tiscal year 1879
$6, 477 74
UNDER THE COURT OF CLAIMS.
For payment of judgments of the United States Court of Claims, as follows: To Frank 0.
Kihlberg, $608.09 ; Andrew C. Bradley, to use of A. R. Shepherd, to use of George Taylor and others, trustees, $1,800; the International Steamship and Railway Supply Company, $27,512.50; William C. Rawolle, $197.76; Edward Hunter, $73.04; F. H. E. Ebstein. $150; George F. Foote, $220.83; Frank K. Upham, $88.58; Thomas T. Knox, $208.33; William V. Richards, $323.03; James Miller, $145; Francis Moore, $140.27; Richard I. Eskridge, $147.77; George Searing, $4,632.34; George W. Griffin, surviving partner of the firm of Griffin and Porch, $2,679.12 ; David R. Godwin, dative tutor of the minor children of Henry S. Hall, deceased, $1,591.62; James W. Goslee, $208.86; Adolphus Erdman, $246 ; William Crosby, $491.78; E. M. Peterson, administrator of Samuel Ruth, deceased, $1,477.21 ; James F. Buckner, $177.76; Adolph and Samuel Woolner, copartners under the name of A. and S. Woolner, $801; Kyran A. Murphy, $262.68 ; Joseph S. Emery, $43,199.49; John C. Graad and Company, $47 50; Joseph S. Farden, $163 05; Jane Quinn, administratrix of David Quinn, deceased, $1,740; Platt M. Thorn, $558.33; to thů Denver Pacific Railway and 'Telegraph Company, $58,260, or so much thereof as may be necessary; in all.
148, 152 84
DEPARTMENT OF STATE.
6, 000 00
For salaries of second secretaries of legation to Great Britain, France, and Germany, at
table to the widow of the late Bayard Taylor, late minister to Germany, for the extraor.
For certain amounts fully set forth in detail on pages 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 of House Executive
Document No. 31, Forty-fifth Congress, third session, being letter of the Secretary of
ments to complete the service of the fiscal year ending June 30, 1879, and prior years:
legislative assembly, officers, and clerks, and contingent expenses thereof, and for rent,
1, 399 90 6, 833 14 2, 458 00 3, 805 87
21, 260 00
Checks and certificates of deposit, Independent Treasury: For new supply of checks to
be used in the place of coin checks now on hand aud rendered useless under the operations of the resumption act, and for the increased number of checks now used in the redemption of United States bonds, and in the payment of interest under the different
loans Salaries and expenses of collectors of internal revenue, being for the year 1879.
2,000 00 25, 000 00
233, 189 49 at law, Emporia, Kans., for certain moneys paid and fees due as bondsmen and attor. neys in a suit brought in the district court of Lyon County, Kansas, entitled L. M. Appleby vs. Louis Primeaux...
$233, 189 49
25, 000 00
pal-revenue laws, or conniving at the same, including payments for information and
detection of such violations, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1879 For salaries and expenses of supervisors and subordinate officers of internal revenue, for
the fircal year 1877. For contingent expenses, Treasury Department, freight and telegrams, for the fiscal year
1877. Life-saving service, contingent expesnes: For fuel for life-saving and life-boat stations
and houses of refuge, repairs and outfits for the same ; supplies and provisions for houses of refuge and for shipwrecked persons succored at stations ; traveling expenses officers under orders from the Treasury Department; and contingent expenses, including freight, storage, repairs to apparatus, medals, labor, stationery, advertising, and miscellaneous expenses that cannot be included under any other head of life-saving
stations on the coasts of the United States For Thirty Mile Point light-station, New York, for the fiscal year 1877 For contingent expenses of the Treasury Department, as set forth in detail in House Ex.
ecutive Doi ument No. 31, tbird session of the Forty-sixth Congress, referred to above.
wicks, being a deficiency for the fiscal year 1879
Sitka, Alaska, in addition to the salary and fees to which the said De Ahpa is entitled
Treasury, $1,332 92, being for the service of the fiscal year 1875.
partment, for printing commissions of revenue marine officers, involving no expendi
ture of money from the Treasury, being for the service of the fiscal year 1877, $63.80. To a ljust the settled account of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, for engraving,
printing, and similar necessary expenses, disbursing officers' transfer and interest
1878, for the repayment to importers of the excess of deposits for unascertained duties.
1, 500 00
COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY.
Survey of the Atlantic and Gulf coasts : For the continuation, during the present fiscal
year, of the survey of the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States, the triangu
lation toward the western coast, and furnishing points for State surveys.
year, of the survey of the Pacific coasts of the United States, the triangulation toward
15, 000 CD
25, 000 00
For salaries and expenses of the Office of Auditor of Railroad Accounts
op settlement of his accoints.
123 04 5,000 00
30,000 00 10. 000 00 10. 000 00 25, 000 00
For subsistence, for the year 1879, of the Arapahoes, Cheyennes, Apaches, Kiowas, Co
manches, and Wichitas, of the Indian Territory
connected therewith, and for advertising for the year 1879
9, 416 11
413, 83 31 1, 357, 202 36
$413, 233 31
2 61 299 35
884 50 231 57
dían Agency, and for contingencies of the Indian Department To pay D. R. Risley for expenses of Indiau delegation visiting Washington in 1870 To enable the Secretary of the Interior to pay the heirs of Henry Newton, decensed, for
services on the commission to survey tbe Black Hills, in Dakota Territory, in the years
1875 and 1876.
from June 25 to December 16, 1878, at the rate provided by the act creating the commis-
2. 902 10
12, 000 00
For bringing up arrears in drafting and other work in rolation to private land claims....
For contingent expenses, for the year 1879
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.
50, 000 00
For expenses of United States courts, for the year 1878.
United States, including the District of Columbia, and also for jurors and witnesses,
1, 500 00
479 56 15, 375 40
12 353 41 7, 830 51
To enable the Secretary of the Nary to pay certain contingent expenses of the Bureau of
Provisions and Clothing for the years 1877 and 1878, namely : To Evans, Ball & Co., freight to Villefrance, France, $2.171.52; to pay Bogart and Morgan, agents, freight to Brownsville, Tex., $119.35; to pay Commercial Advertiser Association for advertising, $214.40; in all... To pay certain amounts due under Quartermaster's Department, Marine Corps : For pay
of mechanics, $1,375; for purchase of flags, drum-heads, and similar necessaries, $125;
in all Under Pay Department of Marine Corps: For pay of clerks and messengers, 85,714.47; for
undrawn clothing, $3,000; for additional pay for one tirst lieutenant, retired, $223 ; in all. To pay Leigh Brothers and Phelps of Norfolk, Va.. commissions on sale at public auction
of the Macedonian and Saint Florence, United States ships To pay John W. Bigelow for provisions for the fiscal year 1877. To pay W. Cramp & Sons for iron furnished the Bureau of Construction and Repair, under
contracts of October 2, 1874, and April 5, 1875
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
700, 000 00
3, 078 07 3, 102 05