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$27, 278, 830 00 For torpeuv experiments in their application to harbor and land defense, and for instruction of engineer battalion in their preparation and application...........

10, 000 00 For the ordnance service required to defray the current expenses at the arsenals; of receiv.

ing stores and issuing arms and other ordnance supplies; of police and office duties; of rents, tolls, fuel, and lights; of stationery and office furniture ; of tools and instruments for use; of public animals, forage, and vehicles; incidental expenses of the ordnance service, including those attending practical trials and tests of ordnance, small-arms, and other ord. nance supplies.............................................................

125, 000 00 Provided, That none of the money hereby appropriated shall be expended, directly or indirectly, for any use not strictly necessary for, and directly connected with, the military service of the Government, and this restriction shall apply to the use of public animals, forage, and vehicles : And provided further, That none of the money hereby appropriated

shall be expended for the construction or repair of buildings.
For manufacture of metallic ammunition for small-arms..........
For overhauling, cleaning, and preserving new ordnance stores on hand at the arsenals ......
For repairing ordrance and ordnance stores in the hands of troops and for issue at the arsen.

als and depots ...
For saddlers' tools, smiths' tools and materials, tool bags, cavalry forges, with their tools and

materials, for the cavalry service.......
For purchase and manufacture of ordnance-stores, to fill requisitions of troops, and for alter.
ation of carriages now in use in sea-coast fortg..........

100, 000 00 For infantry, cavalry, and artillery equipments, consisting of valises, haversacks, canteens,

and great-coat straps, and for re-covering cavalry saddles with leather, and of manufacture of saddle-bags, and repairing horse equipments for cavalry troops......

100, 000 00 For manufacture, at national armories, of the new model breech-loading musket and carbine,

adopted for the military service on recommendation of the board of officers convened under Act of June 6, 1872 .......

150,000 00 Provided, That hereafter no money shall be expended at said armories in the perfection of patentable inventions in the manufacture of arms by officers of the Army otherwise compensated for their services to the United States.

SEC. 2. That in all contracts for material for any public improvement, the Secretary of War shall give preference to American material; and all labor thereon shall be performed within the jurisdiction of the United States.

Sec. 3. That all issues of arms and other ordnance-stores which were made by the War Department to the States and Territories between the 1st day of January, 1861, and the 9th day of April, 1865, under the act of April 23, 1808, and charged to the States and Territories, having been made for the maintenance and preservation of the Union, and properly chargeable to the United States, the Secretary of War is hereby authorized, upon & proper showing by such States of the faithful disposition of said arms and ordnance-stores, in the service of the United States in the suppression of the war of the rebellion, to credit the sev. eral States and Territories with the sum charged to them respectively for arms and other ordnance-stores which were issued to them between the aforementioned dates, and charged against their quotas under the law for arming and equipping the militia : Provided, That it shall be the duty of the Secretary of War, before making a credit to any of said States and Territories, to investigate and ascertain, so nearly as he can, the disposition made by each of said States and Territories of said arms and ordnance-stores ; and, if he shall find that any of said arms or ordnance-stores have been sold or otherwise misapplied, to refuse & credit to such State or Territory for so much of said arms and ordnance-stores as have been sold or misapplied; and the amount thereof shall remain a charge against raid State or Territory, the same as if this act had not been passed: And provided further. That so much of the appropriations between the 1st of January, 1861, and the 9th of April, 1865, under the act of April 23, 1808, herein referred to, as would have been used for the pur. chase of arms to be distributed to the several States that were in rebellion, shall be covered into the Treasury of the United States.

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27,933, 830 00

By the act making appropriations for the naral service for the year ending June 30, 1876, and

for other purposes. For pay of commissioned and warrant officers at sea, on shore, on special service, and of

those on the retired list and unemployed, (and for expenses and transportation of officerg traveling under orders,) and for pay of the petty-officers, seamen, ordinary seamen, landsmen, and boys, including men of the engineer's force, and for the Coast-Survey service, 8,500 men ....

Provided, That no allowance shall be made in the settlement of any account for tray. eling expenses unless the same be incurred on the order of the Secretary of the Navy,

or the allowance be approved by bim. For contingent expenses of the Navy Department... For the civil establishment at the various pavy-yards and stations, the sum of....

6,250,000 00

100, 000 00 158, 000 00

BUREAU OF NAVIGATION.

For foreign and local pilotage and towage of ships of war........
For services and materials in correcting compagses on board ships, and for adjusting and

testing compasses on shore .......
For nautical and astronomical instruments. nautical books, maps, charts, and sailing direc-

tions, and repairs of nautical instruments for ships of war .... For books for libraries for ships of war...

50,000 00

3, 000 00 10. 000 00 3,000 00

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6,574, 000 00

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20,000 00 2,000 00 1,000 00 2, 500 00

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For navy-signals and apparatus, namely: Signal-light, lanterns, and rockets, including run.

ning lights, drawings, and engravings for signal books ....
For compass-fittings, including binpacles, tripods, and other appendages of ships' compasses,

to be made in the navy-yards... For logs and other appliances for measuring the ship's way, leads and other appliances for

sounding ........ For lanterns and lamps, and their appendages, for general use on board ship, including those

for the cabin, ward-room, and steerage, for the holds and spirit-room, for decks and quar.

termasters' use...... For bunting and other materials for flags, and making and repairing flags of all kinds..... For oil for ships of war other than that used for the engineer department, candles when

used as a substitute for oil in binnacles, running lights, for chimneys and wick and soap

used in navigation department ...... For stationery for commanders and navigators of vessels of war, and for use of courts.

m arnal.. .................................................. ....................... For musical instruments and music for vessels of war ... For steering-signals and indicators, and for speaking-tubes and googs, for signal-communica

tion on board vessels of war .........
For contingent expenses of the Bureau of Navigation, viz: For freight and transportation of

navigation-materials; instruments, books, and stores; postage and telegraphing; adver.
tising for proposals; packing-boxes and materials ; blank books, forms, and stationery at
navigation offices ....
For drawing, engraving, and printing and photolithographing charts, correcting old plates,

preparing and publishing sailing-directions, and other hydrographic information; and for
making charts, including those of the Pacific coast......
For fuel, lights, and office-furniture; care of building and other labor; purchase of books for

library, drawing materials, and other stationery; postage, freight, and other contingent

expenses ...................
For rent and repair of building ....

For expenses of Naval Observatory, namely:
For pay of three assistants, at $1,500 each, $1,500; and one clerk, at $1,800 .......
For wages of one instrument-maker, one messenger, three watchmen, and one porter; for

keeping grounds in order and repairs to buildings; for fuel, light, and office furniture; aad
for stationery, purchase of books for library, chemicals for batteries, and freight, and all

other contingent expenses ............
For reducing and transcribing astronomical observations upon sheets for publication...
For reducing the observations of the transit of Venus .........

For expenses of Nautical Almanac:
For pay of computers and clerk for compiling and preparing for publication the American

Ephemeris and Nautical Almanac ......
For continuance of work on new planets discovered by American astronomers .........
For rent, fuel, labor, stationery, boxes, expresses, and miscellaneous items.

4,000

60, 000 00

5, 000 00 2,800 00 6,300 00

10, 000 00 1, 200 00 3,000 00

20, 000 00 3, 000 00 1, 500 00

BUREAU OF ORDNANCE.

For fuel, tools, and materials of all kinds necessary in carrying on the mechanical branches

of the Ordnance Department at the several navy-yards and stations..... For labor at all the navy-yards, magazines, and stations ..... For repairs to ordance-buildings, magazines, gun-parks, boats, lighters, wharves, machinery,

and other necessaries of the like character....... For miscellaneous items, viz: for freight, express-charges, and purchase of instruments....... For the torpedo-corps : For the purchase and manufacture and preservation of gunpowder,

nitro-glycerine, and gun-cotton..... For purchase and manufacture of electrical apparatus, galvanic batteries, and insulated wire. For purchase of copper, iron, wood, and other materials necessary for the manufacture of

torpedoes, and for work on the same .......................
For construction of torpedo-boats, purchase of coffer-work or hulks, and contingent expenses.

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For labor, including chemist, pyrotechnist, electrician, machinist, and clerical force ....

or repairs to buildings and wharves, and material and labor for sea-wall...... For contingent expenses of the ordnance service of the Navy..............

75, 000 00 250, 000 00 10, 000 00

5,000 00 12,000 00 15, 000 00 25, 000 00 25, 000 00 15, 000 00 1,000.00 1,000 00

BUREAU OF EQUIPMENT AND RECRUITING.

1, 250, 00 00

For equipment of vessels: For coal for steamers and ships' use, including expenses of trang.

portation; storage, labor, hernp, wire, and other materials for the manufacture of rope ; hides, cordage, canvas, leather; iron for manutacture of cables, anchors, and galleys; con. densing and boat-detaching apparatus; cables, anchors, furniture, hose, bake-ovens, and cooking-stoves : life-rafts: heating-apparatus for receiving-ships; and for the payment of

labor in equipping vessels, and manufacture of articles in the several navy-yards .......... For contingent expenses of the Bureau of Equipment and Recruiting, namely: For expenses of recruiting, freight, and transportation of stores, transportation of enlisted men, printing, advertising, telegrapbing, books and models, stationery, express charges, internal altera. tions, fixtures, and appliances, in equipment-buildings at navy-yards, foreign postage, car tickets, ferriage, and ice, apprehension of deserters, assistance to vessels in distress, and good conduct badges for enlisted men..................................

BUREAU OF YARDS AND DOCKS.

75, 000 00

For general maintenance of yards and docks, namely: For general expenses of the Bureau ... Carried forward ..........

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8, 499, 300 00

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Brought forward..... of Yards and Docks: Freight and transportation of materials and stores; printing, stationery, and advertising, including the commandant's office; books, models, maps, and draw. ing; purchase and repair of fire-engines; machinery, and patent rights to use the same; repairs on steam-engines, and attendance on the same; purchase and maintenance of oxen and horses, and driving teams, carts, and timber-wheels for use in the navy-yards, and tools and repairs of the same; postage and telegrams; furniture for Government houses and offices in the navy-yards ; coal and other fuel; candles, oil, and gas; cleaning and clearing up yards, and care of public buildings; attendance on fires ; lights ; fire-engines and apparatus ; incidental labor at navy-yards; water-tax, and for toll and ferriages; pay of

the watchmen in the navy-yards; and for awnings and packing.boxes ........
For contingent expenses that may arise at navy-yards and stations .......
At the Naval Asylum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania : For superintendent, $600 ; steward, $480 ;

matron, $360 ; cook, $240; Assistant cook, $168 ; chief laundress, $192; three laundresses,
at $168 each ; eight scrubbers and waiters, at $168 each; six laborers, at $240 each ; stable.
keeper and driver, $360; master-at-arms, $480 ; corpora!, $300; barber, $360; carpenter,
$*45 ; furnaces, grates, and ranges, $300 ; water-rent and gas, $1,800; increase of library
and car-tickete, $250 ; furniture, and repairing of the same, $1,750; cemetery and burial
expenses, $200 ; repairs and preservation, $1,000; and for support of beneficiaries, $40,000;
in all, $52,973 ; which sum shall be paid out of the income from the naval-pension fund.....

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BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY.

30,000 00 20,0000 35,000 00

For support of the medical department for surgeons' necessaries for vessels is commission,

navy-yards, Daval stations, Marine Corps, and Coast Survey.....
For necessary repairs of naval laboratory, hospitals, and appendages, including roads, wharves,

outhouses, steam-heating apparatus, sidewalks, fences, gardens, and farms..........
For the civil establishment at the several naval hospitals and naval laboratory.....
For contingent expenses of the Bureau, freight on medical stores, transportation of insane

patients to the Government hospital, advertising, telegraphing, purchase of books, expenses attending the naval medical board of examiners, purchase and repair of wagons, harness ; purchase and feed of horses, cows; trees, garden-tools, and seeds.........

BUREAU OF PROVISIONS AND CLOTHING.

25, 00 00

1, 244, 000 m

35, 000 00

For provisiony for the officers, seamen, and marines ..........

. For purchase of water for ships..... For contingent expenses : For freight and transportation to foreign and home stations ; can.

dles, fuel: interior alterations and fixtures in inspection-buildings; tools, and repairing the same at eight inspections ; special watchmen in eight inspections; books and blanks; stationery ; telegrams; advertising; postage and express-charges; tolls, ferriages, and car. tickets; ice; and incidental labor not chargeable to other appropriations ..........

50, 000 00

BUREAU OF CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR.

For preservation of vessels on the stocks and in ordinary ; purchase of materials and stores

of all kindy; labor in navy-yards and on foreign stations; preservation of materials ; purchase 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: incidental expenses, namely, advertis

ing and foreign postages...................... For salaries of subagents and watchmen and miscellaneous expenses incurred in the protec. tion of timber-lands ................................................................

BUREAU OF STEAM-ENGINEERING.

3,300,000

5,000 00

1, 800, 000 00

For repairs and preservation of boilers and machinery on naval vessels, and for fitting, repair,

and preservation of yard machinery and tools, and for labor in navy yards and stations not before included, and for incidental expenses, and for purchase and preservation of oils, coal, iron, and all materials and stores; and for completing and erecting on board vessels com. pound engines with boilers ........................................................

NAVAL ACADEMY. For pay of professors and others: For two professors, (heads of departments.) namely, one of drawing, and one of English studies, history, and law, $2,500 each; three professors, namely, one of mathematics, (assistant,) one of chemistry, and one of French, at $2,200 each: twelve assistant professors, namely, four of French, one of Spanish, three of English studies, his. tory, and law, one of mathematics, one of astronomy, and two of drawing, at $1,800 each; sword-master, at $1,500, and two assistants, at $1,000 each; boxing-master and gymnast, at $1,200, and assistant librarian, at $1,400; three clerks to superintendent, at $1,200, $1,000, and $800, respectively; one clerk to commandant of midshipmen, $1,000; one clerk to pay. master, $1,000 ; one apothecary, $750; one commissary, $288; ope cook, $325.50; one messenger to superintendent, $600; one armorer, $529.50 ; one gunner's mate, $469.50, and one quarter-gunner, $409.50; one coxswain, $469.50 ; three seamen in the department of sea. manship, at $349.50 each; one band-master, $528; eighteen first-class musicians, at $348 each ; seven second-class musicians, at $300 each; two drummers and one fifer, (first-class,)

&t 346 each; in all................................................................... Pay of watchmen and others : Captain of the watch, at $2.50 per day. $912.50; four watch. men, at $2.25 per day, $3,285; foreman of the gas and steam-heating works, at $5 per diem, $1,825; ten attendants at gas and steam-heating works of academy, and at school-ships, one at $3.50, one at $3, and eight at $2.50 per day eacb, $9,672 ; three joiners, two painters,

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$15, 955, 099 00 and two masons, at $3.50 per day each, $8.942.50; one tinner, one gas-fitter, and one blacksmith, at $3.50 per day wach, $3,832.50; in all...

28, 469 50 Pay of mechanics and others: One mechanic at workshop, at $2.25 per diem, $821.25; one

master.laborer, to keep public grounds in order, at $2.28 per diem, $832.20 ; fourteen labor. ery to assist in same, three at $2 per diem each, and eleven at $1.75 per diem each, $9,216.25 ; one laborer to superintend quarters of cadet-midshipmen, public grounds, &c., at $2.28 per diem, $832.20 ; four attendants at recitation-rooms, library, chapel, and offices, at $20 per month each, $960; twenty servants to keep in order and attend to quarters of cadetmidshipmen, public buildings, &c., at $20 per month each, $4,800 ; in all.....

17, 461 90 For pay of employés in the department of steam-enginery, for machinists, boiler-makers, and others.................................................................................

8,760 00 For necessary repairs of public buildings, pavements, wharves, and wally inclosing the grounds of the Naval Academy, for improvements and furniture and fixtures.....

14. 000 00 For fuel, and for beating and lighting the academy and school.ships......................

15. 000 00 For general maintenance......

41, 600 00

319, 760 00

10. 000 00 270, 000 00 100, 000 00 100, 000 00 30, 856 00

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MARINE CORPS.
For pay of officers of the Marine Corps, and for pay of non-commissioned officers, musicians,

and others of the corps .....
For the civil force of the Marine Corps........
For pay of one thousand five hundred privates, and no more......
For provisions ....
For clothing......
For fuel......
For military stores, pamely: For pay of mechanics, repair of arms, purchase of accouter.

ments, ordnance stores, flags, drums, fifes, and other instruments .....
For transportation of troops, and for expenses of recruiting...........................
For transportation of officers traveling without troops.......
For repairs of barracks, and rent of offices where there are no public buildings....
For forage for public horses and horses belonging to field and staff officers.....
For payment of discharged soldiers for clothing not drawn............
For hire of quarters for officers where there are no public quarters .....
For contingencies, namely: Freight; ferriage; toll; cartage; wharfoge; 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-furni.
ture; furniture for officers' quartery ; bed-sacks; wrapping-paper ; oil-cloth; crash; rope ;
twine ; spades ; shovels; axes; picks; carpenters' tools; repairs to fire-engines; pur.
chase and repair of engine-hose; purchase of lumber for benches, mess-tables, bunks; re-
pairs to public carryall; purchase and repair of harness ; purchase and repair of hand-carts
and wheel-barrows; scavengering ; purchase and repair of galleys, cooking-stoves, ranges.
stoves where there are no grates ; gravel for parade-grounds; repair of pumps; brushes;
brooms; buckets; paving; and for other purposes ...

5,000 00 10, 000 00

5,000 00 20, 000 00 16, 000 00

20, 000 00 17, 001 006 40

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70,000 00 84,000 00 20, 000 00

105,000 00

By the act making appropriations for the consular and diplomatic service of the Government

for the year ending June 30, 1876, and for other purposes.
For salaries of envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary to Great Britain, France,

Germany, and Russia, at $17,500 each.....
For salaries of envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary to Spain, Austria, Brazil,

Mexico, Japan, China, and Italy, at $12,000 each..
For salaries of envoyy extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary to Chili and Peru, at

$10,000 each ....
For ministers resident at Portugal, Switzerland, Greece, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark,

Sweden and Norway, Turkey, Ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia, Venezuela, Hawaiian Islands,

and the Argentine Republic, at $7.500 each .... For minister resident accredited to Guatemala, Costa Rica, Honduras, Salvador, and Nica.

ragua to reside at the place that the President may select in any one of the states named, as by
the act making appropriations for the consular and diplomatic service approved May 22,

1872.....................................................
For minister resident at Uruguay, also accredited to Paraguay....
For minister resident and consul general to Hayti.
For minister resident and consul general to Liberia.....
For chargés d'affaires ad interim and diplomatic officers abroad ...
For salaries of the secretaries to the legations at London, Paris, Berlin, and Saint Petersburg,

at $2,625 each.............
For salary of the secretary to the legation at Japan ....
For the secretaries to the legations at Austria, Brazil, Italy, Mexico, and Spain, at $1,800

each ..........
For the second secretaries to the legations at Great Britain, France, and Germany, at $2,000

each ............
For the secretary to the legation (acting also as interpreter) at China.....
For salary of the interpreter to the legation in Turkey.............
For the interpreter to the legation at Japan......
To enable Robert C. Schenck, minister to Great Britain, to employ a private amanuensi

according to the joint resolution approved January 11, 1871......

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For contingent expenses of foreign intercourse proper, and of all the missions abroad....
For consuly general, consuls, vice-consuls, commercial agents, and thirteen consular clerks,
$333,200, namely...........

CLASS I.

$391, 500 00

100, 000 00 333, 200 00

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