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................... $16, 644, 556 83 For furnishing power to the shops already built.....

18, 500 00 For Rock Island bridge: For care and preservation of the bridge.....

13, 000 00 And this sum and the appropriation for said bridge for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1875, shall be expended in accordance with the joint resolution in relation to the Rock Island bridge, approved July 20, 1868, and the contract between the United States and the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Company; and the Secretary of War shall, within six months from the passage of this act, notify said railroad company to remove, from said island and from the Mississippi River, all piers, abutments, embankments, erections, structures, or tracks connected in any way with the old bridge or tracks of said railroad company over or across said island or either branch of said river; and in case of refusal of said railroad company to comply with snch notice for the period of six months, then it shall be the duty of the Attorney-General of the United States to commence, or cause to be commenced, such legal proceedings against said railroad company as may be necessary to protect and enforce the rights of the United States in that behalf: Provided, however, The Secretary of War may permit the north pier of the old bridge to remain, in accordance with the joint resolution of Congress approved March 3, 1873. For newers, building new roads, care and preservation of water-power, painting and care

and preservation of permanent buildings and bridges, building fences and grading grounds, and repairs and extension of the railroad....

15, 000 00 For new machinery and shop-fixtures for shops..

10, 000 00 For Springfield armory, Springfield. Massachusetts: For repairs and preservation of grounds, buildings, and machinery............

20, 000 00 For Benicia arsenal, California : For one carpenter's shop ..

35, 000 00 For continuing the boring of artesian well, or, if artesian water is procured, for putting down permanent iron pipe and turbine-wheel to force water to reservoir ....

5,665 00 For repairing roads and building sewers and drains......

3, 000 00 For permanent repairs of post, machinery for whops, and for fences......

4,000 00 For repairs of smaller arsenals, and to meet such unforeseen expenditures at arsenals as accidents or other contingencies during the year may render necessary....

50, 000 00 To enable the Secretary of War to purchase Gatling guns for the Army and Navy.......

50, 000 00 For conversion and rifling of heavy gung...................................

75,000 00 And the Secretary of War is hereby directed to cause an examination to be made into the condition of the United States arsenals east of the Mississippi River, and to report to the next Congress how many of the same can be sold without interfering with the necessities of the military service, together with an estimate of the amount that can probably be realized

from the sale of each of the same whenever wuch sale shall be directed by Congress,
That the Secretary of the Navy is authorized to dispose of the useless ordnance-material on
hand at public sale, according to law, the net proceeds of which shall be turned into the
Treasury; and an amount equal to the same is hereby appropriated, to be applied to the
purpose of procuring a supply of material adapted in manufacture and caliber to the present
wants of the service; but there shall be expended, under this provision, not more than
$75,000 in one year; and in the case of sale of like materials in the War Department, the
proceeds of which shall be turned into the Treasury, an amount equal to the net proceeds
of such sale is hereby appropriated for the purpose of procuring & supply of material
adapted in manufacture and caliber to the present wants of the war service; and there
shall be expended in the War Department, under this provision, not more than $75,000 in
any one year ......

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SIGNAL-OFFICE.

415, 000 00

Observation and report of storms: For expenses of the observation and report of storms by

telegraph and signals, for the benefit of commerce and agriculture throughout the United States; for manufacture, purchase, or repair of meteorological and other necessary instru. ments; for telegraphing reports; for expenses of storm-signals, announcing probable approach and force of storms ; for continuing the establishment and connection of stations at life-saving stations and light-houses; for instrnment-shelters; for hire, furniture, and ex. penses of offices maintained for public use in cities or ports receiving reports; for riverreports; for maps and bulletins to be displayed in chambers of commerce and boards-oftrade rooms and for distribution ; for books and stationery; and for incidental expenses not otherwise provided for, $415,000; $30,000 of which shall be expended on the Atlantic coast south of Cape Hatteras: Provided, That no expenditure shall be made or obligation

incurred for any amount in excess of the sum hereby appropriated .......... For completing the construction, and for maintenance and use of military telegraph-lines on

the Indian and Mexican frontiers, and for the connection of military posts and stations, for the better protection of immigration and the frontier nettlements from depredations, especially in the State of Texas, the Territories of New Mexico and Arizona, and the Indian Terri. tory....................................

Provided, That the Secretary of War be, and he is hereby, authorized to pay the expenses of operating and keeping in repair the said telegraph-lines out of any money received for dispatches sent over said lines ; any balance remaining after the payment of such expenses to be covered into the Treasury as a miscellaneous receipt; the money received in any one fiscal year to be used only in payment for the expenses of that year. And a full report of the receipts and expenditures in connection with the said telegraph-lines shall be made quarterly to the Secretary of War through the Chief Signal Officer. And the Chief Signal Officer shall have the charge and control of said lines of telegraph in the construction, repair, and operation of the same. And so much of this appropriation as may be necessary, not to exceed $30,000 in all, shall be used in constructing a telegraph-line from Fort Marcy to Fort Bayard, in New Mexico, and from Fort Bayard to Camp Grant, in Arizona.

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NORTHERN AND NORTHWESTERN LAKES.
For continuation of the survey of northern and northwestern lakes......

MISCELLANEOUS OBJECTS.

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For geographical surveys of the Territories west of the one hundredth meridian
For engraving and printing the plates and atlas-sheets accompanying the reports of the

geographical surveys west of the one hundredth meridian.....
To pay John M. Burns, contestee, expenses in contested-election case of Burns ts, Young,

tenth district of Kentucky.........................
To pay Andrew Sloan, contestant, expenses, case of Sloan vs. Rawls, first district of Georgia.
To pay Benjamin F. Martin, contestant, expenses, case of Martin os. Hagans, second district

of West Virginia...
To pay John J. Davis, contestee, expenses, case of Wilson vs. Davis, first district of West

Virginia ......
To pay Benjamin Wilson, contestant, expenses, case of Wilson vs. Davis, first district of

West Virginia ........
To pay J. M. Hagans, contestee, expenses, case of Martin vs. Hagans, second district of West

Virginia ......
To pay M. L. Bell, contestant, expenses, case of Bell vs. Snyder, second district of Arkansas.
To pay O.P. Snyder, contestee, expenses, case of Bell vs. Snyder, second district of Arkansas.
To pay Thomas M. Gunter, contestant, expenses, case of Gunter us. Wilshire, third district

of Arkansas ......
To pay John D. Young, contestee, expenses, case of Burns vs, Young, tenth district of Ken.

tucky .........
To pay L. C. Gause, contestant, expenses, case of Gauge vs. Hodges, first district of Arkansas.
To pay Asa Hodges, contestee, expenses, case of Gause vs. Hodges, first district of Arkansas.
To pay C. Y. Thomas, contestant, expenses, case of Thomas vs. Davis, fifth district of Virginia.

Provided, That no sitting member who shall be unseated before the expiration of Con. gress shall be entitled to the benefit of this appropriation.

That so much of section 38 of the Revised Statutes as requires the Clerk of the House of Representatives to omit from the pay-roll of Representatives and Delegates elect to Con. gress those holders of legal certificates whose election he may be notified will be contested,

be, and the same is hereby, repealed. For collection and payment of bounty, prize-money, and other claims of colored soldiers and

sailors; salaries of agents and clerks; rent of office; fuel, lights, stationery, and similar
necessaries; office furniture and repairy; transportation of officers and agents, telegraph.

ing and postage .........
For the payment of bounties to sailors and marines under existing laws, $50,000, or so much

thereof as may be necessary ....................
For continuing the publication of the official records of the war of the rebellion, both of the
Union and confederate armies, $50,000; which shall be available from and after the passage
of this act; and where extra services are performed after office hours, and in addition to
other regular duties by the clerks employed upon this work, they shall be paid such reason.

able extra compensation therefor as the Secretary of War may determine ....... For payment of costs and charges of State penitentiaries, for the care, clothing, maintenance,

and medical attendance of United States military convicts, confined in them, $40,000 ; and
the unexpended balance of the appropriation made by act of June 10, 1872, to provide for
the erection of headstoneg upon the graves of soldiers in national cemeteries is hereby con.

tinued and rendered available for its original purposes.......
That the sum of $600 be appropriated to compensate Messrs. Bryant & Rogers, architects, for

plans and specifications for a military prigon prepared and furnished to the United States
commissioners on said prison, at their request, to enable them to complete & report ordered
by the War Department in refereuce to the construction and cost of said military prison....
That the sum of $8,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be, and in hereby, appro.
priated to pay the expenses of the commissioner appointed by the President under a joint
resolution approved February 16, 1875, to attend the international penitentiary congress to
be held next year at Roma ...................................
To indemnify the States for expenses incurred by them in enrolling, equipping, and transport.

ing troops for the defense of the United States during the late insurrection, and for arms
and munitions of war taken for said purposes by the United States from States not in insur-
rection ..
To enable the Secretary of War to pay the claims of the Dakota volunteer forces, as exam.

ined and reported upon by Inspector-General James A. Hardie, United States Army, under
the special act of Congress for that purpose, approved February 20, 1874, the sum of
$33,980.30. be, and the same hereby is, appropriated, out of any money in the United States
Treasury not otherwise appropriated : Provided, horoever, That the proper accounting offi-
cers of the Treasury shall further examine, pass upon, and approve said claims in the same
manner as was provided for the adjustment of the Montana war-claims under the act of

March 3, 1873 ..........
To alter three stone buildings, to fit them for the purpose of a military prison at Fort Leaven.
worth, Kansas, and to build a suitable wall around the building........

Provided, That the amount herein appropriated shall be so expended as to complete the
work.
That there is hereby re-appropriated, for the payment of volunteers of Washington and Ore-

gon Territories, who were engaged in the suppression of Indian hostilities therein in the years 1855 and 1856, and for the payment of claims for services, supplies, and transporta.

peate and charges of State Pilitary convicts, comune 10. 1872, to provide

50, 000 00

erection of healance of the an States militarciaries, for the car

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.. $18, 291, 402 31 tion incurred in the maintenance of said volunteers, and for horses, and other property lost or destroyed in said service, as provided for by the act of Congress approved March 2, 1861, entitled "An act to provide for the payment of expenses incurred by the Territories of Oregon and Washington in the suppression of Indian hostilities therein in 1855 and 1856,"

the sum of ........................................................................... 25, 000 00 For completing south wing of the State, War, and Navy Departments, under the direction of

the Secretary of State, $50,000; and for continuing work on the east wing of the building for the State, War, and Navy Departments, $700,000, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of War .....

750,000 00 To enable the Secretary of War to pay George W. Seibert for grading streets and sidewalks in front of the United States arsenal-grounds in the city of Indianapolis, Indiana.....

658 00 And to pay Michael Faust for grading and graveling the same, and in the vicinity thereto..

1,014 99 For the completion of the military road from the city of Santa Fé to Ferdinandez de Taos, in

the Territory of New Mexico, $6.644.80, in addition to the unexpended balance of the appro. priation made by the act of March 3, 1873, which is hereby continued and made available, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of War.....................

6, 644 80 The following sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby appropriated for the purchase of the following sites for forts in the State of Texas, in accordance with the resolutions and recommendations of the board of officers appointed under act of March 3, 1873, entitled "An act to provide for the purchase, by the Secretary of War, of land for the United States for the sites of forts and military posts : " Fort Brown, $25,000; Fort Duncan, $10.000: Ringgold Barracks, $10,000................

45, 000 00 Provided, That, before the payment of the money hereby appropriated, good titles shall be made to the United States for such land as contemplated by said act and said report; and no more than the amount appropriated shall be paid for such sites. And the Secretary of War is hereby authorized to accept for the United States, and free of expense to the same, & conveyance of the site of Fort McIntosh.

And the Congressional Printer is hereby authorized to print and bind 5,000 additional copies of the Medical and Surgical History of the War of the Rebellion ; 1,000 of which shall be for the use of the Senate, 3,000 for the use of the House of Representatives, and 1,000 for distribution by the Surgeon-General of the Army; and the Surgeon-General is hereby authorized to continue on duty in his office the acting assistant surgeons now em.

ployed on said history until the end of the next fiscal year. For the construction of a pedestal for an equestrian statue, to be furnished by the association

hereinafter named, of Major-General James B. McPherson, who was killed at the battle of Atlanta .............

25, 000 00 Provided, That the design of said pedestal shall bo approved by the Secretary of War, the officer in charge of public buildings and grounds, and the corresponding secretary of the Society of the Army of the Tennessee, or a majority of them: And provided also, That it shall be erected in Scott Square in the city of Washington, on or near its center, the ground of which shall be adapted to such erection by the discontinuance of the carriage-way con. necting Vermont avenue now running through said square, and said square shall be here. after known as McPherson Square. To enable the Secretary of War to acquire a full and perfect title to the “Brady collection of photographs of the war," and to secure by purchase the remainder now in the possession of the artist ..................................................................

25, 000 00 BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS IN AND AROUND WASHINGTON. Improvement, repair, and care of public grounds : Of public buildings, grounds, and works

in the District of Columbia, under the direction of the Chief of Engineers : For filling the ground south of the Executive Mausion.........

10,000 00 For subdraining and repairing and regraveling the walks and roads of the Smithsonian

grounds north of the building, and for moving trees and construction of fountains ......... 10. 000 00 For completing the improvement of reservation betweep Third and Sixth streets, as per plan. 10, 000 00 For filling and grading reservation on Maryland avenue, lately occupied by the Agricultural Department

8,000 00 For ordinary care of, and extension to, green-houses, and propagating garden....

3, 000 00 For ordinary care of Lafayette Square..

2,000 00 For removal of fences on the eastern and western sides of the Agricultural grounds during the present fiscal year.....

100 00 For annual repair of fences

2,000 00 For manure, and hire of horses and carts ...

8, 000 00 For painting iron fences... For care and repair of seats ...............

1,000 00 For purchase and repair of tools....

1. 000 00 For trees, tree-boxes, lime, and whitewashing ......

5, 000 00 For removing snow and ice.....

1,000 00 For flowers, pots, twine, wire, and for Italian lycopodium.

1,000 00 For purchase of young trees and plants for nursery, and care of same...........

2,000 00 For tree-markers, and marking the game....

100 00 For making cages and boxes for sparrows...

500 00 For abating nuisances......

1, 000 00 For removing ailanthus-trees from the public grounds condemned by the board of health ..... 500 00 For care of, and and repair to, the various fountains .....

1, 000 00 For completing the improvement of reservation numbered three, (Monument Grounds,) as per plan...........................................................................

20, 000 00 For taking up and relaying curb and flag south of the Executive Mansion.......

1,500 00 For cutting down embankment on the nursery..........

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For repairing fountain south of the Executive Mansion, and for coping and center piece for

same ....................................
For fountains and watchman's lodge in Judiciary Square ....
For purchase of three hundred seats for the public grounds..
For improving various reservations .......
For the Executive Mansion, as follows: For repairs, $10,000: for refurnishing, $10,000; for

fuel for the same and for the green-houses, $5,000; for care of, and necessary repairs to, the

green-houses, $5,000...... For lighting the Capitol and the Executive Mansion, namely: For gas, $35,000; for pay of

lamp-lighters, gas-fitters, plumbers, plunbing, lamps, lamp-posts, matches, material for the electrical battery, and repairs of all kinds, $15,000..... For new chandeliers for the corridors and passages of the House of Representatives, to corre

spond with those in the Senate ......... For fuel for watchmen's lodges and for the green-bouse at the propagating-garden.... For repairing and extending water-pipes, purchase of apparatus to clean them, and for clean

ing the springs that supply the Capitol, Executive Mansion, and War and Navy DepartInents ..................................................

For annual repairs of bridges, such amount is hereby appropriated as may be turned into the Treasury from the sale of the old Auacostia bridge, on the completion of the new

bridge. Washington Aqueduct : For engineering, maintenance, and general repairs, $15,000; for

building an iron truss-roof and for furnishing and setting galvanized-iron cornice on the gate-house at Great Falls, $3,000.......

Provided, That the lands belonging to the United States and lying around the receivingreservoir shall hereafter be controlled in connection with the Washington Aqueduct, and xhall be under the charge and control of the officer in charge of said aqueduct: And provided further, That the chief engineer is hereby directed to notify the Washington and Georgetown Railway Company to remove their railway track from the Washington Aqueduct bridge over Rock Creek, witbin one year from the date of said notice; and said company shall make such removal within the year aforesaid, and have the right to lay their tracks along 26th street from Pennsylvania avenue to M street porth, and thence along M street into Georgetown, to connect with their tracks on Bridge street; and said chief engineer may establish and publish regulations prohibiting the passage of heavily-loaded

wagons and carriages over said bridge.
For removing embankment and opening an alley along the west end of the building corner

of 17th and F streets....

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NAVY-YARDS AND STATIONS.

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For the naval station at New London: For labor, materials, and erections.......
For the navy-yard at Pensacola, Florida : For continuing the rebuilding of the repairing

dock...........
For the navy-yard at Mare Island, California: For continuation of begun work ....
For the navy-yard at League Island: For the continuation of work and removal of property

from the Philadelphia navy-yard, $200,000; which sum shall be available from and after the passage of this act......

Provided, That the Secretary of the Navy, the Secretary of the Treasury, the Chief Engineer of the Army, and the chairman of the board of revision of taxes of the city and county of Philadelphia in the State of Pennsylvania, are hereby created a commission for the purpose of making sale and conveyance of all the lands, docks, wharves, real property and appurtenances, rights, interests, and privileges of the United States included within the limits of, and known as the pavy-yard in the city of Philadelphia, in the State of Pend. sylvania; that for the purpose aforesaid, they shall, if they think best for the pnblic inter. est, have the said property divided into lots or plots, and laid out into blocks and streets, conforming, as far as the interests of the Government will permit, to the blocks and streats of the said city in the vicinity of the said navy-yard; and they shall have the said property fairly appraised in such lots or portions as they think best, and shall have power to soll the same, or any portion thereof, at pubiic auction, after thirty days' notice in three daily papers of the largest circulation in the city of Philadelphia, at not less than the appraised value, to be paid for in cash within thirty days after making such sale, and, upon the receipt of such payment, to make good conveyance and title for the property sold and paid for to the purchasers or their assigns; that the money so received, less the neces. sary expenses of this commission, shall be paid into the Treasury of the United States, and an amount equal to the sum so paid in is hereby appropriated to be expended by the Navy Department in removing the movable property of the Philadelphia pavy-yard to League Island, and in building the necessary docks, wharves, shops, and buildings at League Island, and preparing the same for carrying on the business and work of a pavy-yard at that place: Provided, That not more than one-third of the appraised value of the said property hereby authorized to be sold shall be expended within the next fiscal year: And provided also. That the said commission shall make a definite and specific report of all their doings under this authority to Congress at its next regular session, and at each regular ses

sion thereafter while said sale sball remain uncompleted ..........
For repairs at the different navy-yards and stations, and preservation of the same...

Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be expended upon the Philadelphia or
Washington navy-yard.
For clothing for the Navy.....
To increase and improve the quarters at the United States Naval Academy..........

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Improvement of grounds, Department of Agriculture: For labor, $6,000; manure and trees

for arboretum, $1,500; for repairing concrete roads and walks, $500; for tools, wagons, lawn-mowers, carts, and general repairs of the same, $600; for planting and completing improvement of new grounds, $1,000; for two fligbts of stone steps in front of the conservatory, $680; for two small fountains, $360 ; for purchasing and laying pipes, $1,350 ; in all..

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For completion of building, approaches and grading for custom-house, Charleston, South

Carolina........
For continuation of building for custom-house and post-office, Atlanta, Georgia, the sum of...
For continuation of building for custom-house at New Orleans, Louisiana......
For continuation of building for custom-house and subtreasury, Chicago, Illinois ...
For continuation of building for custom-house and post-office, Cincinnati, Ohio....
For continuation of building for custom-bouse and post-office, Covington, Kentucky......
For continuation of building for custom.house, court-house, and post-office, Evansville,

Indiana ................................................................................
For continuation of building for custom-house and post-office, Fall River, Massachusetts,

$40,000; and the limitation heretofore existing under act of May 21, 1872, is hereby repealed. For completing court-house and post office at Indianapolis, Indiana ...... For completion of building for United States post-office and court-house, New York, including

cost of heating and ventilating apparatus and the cost of area along park front, as per re

port of the Supervising Architect of the Treasury........
For continuation of building for court-house and post-office, Hartford, Connecticut ....
For the building for post-office and custom-house, Parkersburgh, West Virginia ....
For continuation of building for post-office and court-house, Philadelptia, Pennsylvania ...
For continuation of building for custom-house and post-office, Port Huron, Michigan....
For continuation of building for court-house and post-office, Raleigh, North Carolina ...
For completion of building for custom-house and post-office, Rockland, Maine ......
For completion of building for custom-house and post-office at Trenton, New Jersey.
For continuation of building for appraisers' stores, San Francisco, California ..
For continuation of building for custom-house and post-office at Grand Rapids, Michigan..
For continuation of building for custom-house and post-office, Saint Louis, Missouri.....
For annual repairs of the Treasury-building, Washington, District of Columbia.........
For out-buildings, sewerage, fencing, and grading building for marine hospital, San Fran.

cisco, California .....
To cover the expenses incurred by reason of the fire at the Navy Department on the 25th

day of January, 1875, $12,000, to be immediately available ....
For repairs and preservation of all the public buildings under the control of the Treasury
Department ...........

And hereafter no money shall be paid nor contracts made for payment for any site for a public building in excess of the amount specifically appropriated therefor; and no money shall be expended upon any public building on wbich work has not yet been actually begun until after drawings and specifications, together with detailed estimates of the cost thereof. shall have been made by the Supervising Architect of the Treasury Department, and said plans and estimates shall have been approved by the Secretary of the Treasury, Secretary of the Interior, and the Postmaster-General; and all appropriations made for the construction of such building shall be expended within the limitations of the act authorizing the same or limiting the cost thereof; and no change of said plan involving an increase of expense exceeding ten per centum of the amount to which said building was limited shall be allowed or paid by any officer of the Government without the special authority of Con

gress.
For furniture and repairs of the same, and for carpets for public buildings under the control

of the Treasury Department.........
For fuel, light, and water, and miscellaneous items required by the janitors and firemen in

the proper care of the public buildings under the control of the Treasury Department ..... For heating apparatus and repairs of the same, for public building, under the control of the

Treasury Department......
For vaults, safes, and locks for public buildings under the control of the Treasury Depart.

ment...................
For photographing, engraving, and printing plans of public buildings under the control of the

Treasury Department...
For pay of custodians and janitors of public buildings under control of the Treasury Depart.

ment..........
For the purpose of making plans and specifications for a public building at Auburn, New

York, the sum of $1,000, the same being in accordance with the recommendation of the
Treasury Department through the Supervising Architect of the Treasury....

SEC. 2. That on and after July 1, 1875, the organization of the Treasury Department, and the several offices thereof, and the annual salaries paid to the persons therein, shall be as fol. lows, to wit:

In the office of the Secretary of the Treasury : The Secretary, $8,000; two assistant secretaries, at $4,500 each; chief clerk, $3,000; one chief of division of warrants, estimates, and appropriations, $3,000; geven chiefs of division, at $2,800 each ; eight assistant chiefs of division, at $2,400 each ; two disbursing clerks, at

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