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Coal depots.
R.S., sec. 1562, p. 264.

and apparatus, namely, signals, lights, lanterns, rockets, and running lights; compass fittings, including binnacles, tripods, and other appendages of ships' compasses; logs and other appliances for measuring the ship’s way, and leads and other appliances for sounding; lanterns and lamps, and their appendages for general use on board ship for illuminating purposes, and oil and candles used in connection therewith; service and supplies for coast-signal service; bunting and other materials for making and repairing flags of all kinds; photographs, photographic instruments, and materials; musical instruments and music; installing, maintaining, and repairing interior and exterior signal communications and all electricial appliances of whatsoever nature on board naval vessels, except range finders, battle order and range transmitters and indicators, and motors and their controlling apparatus used to operate the machinery belonging to other bureaus, three million dollars.

DEPOTS FOR COAL: To enable the Secretary of the Navy to execute the provisions of section fifteen hundred and fifty-two of the Revised Statutes, authorizing the Secretary of the Navy to establish, at such places as ne may deem necessary, suitable depots for coal and other fuel, for the supply of steamships of war, including the purchase of necessary land, three hundred thousand dollars.

COAL AND TRANSPORTATION: Purchase of coal and other fuel for Coal, ete. steamers' and ships' use, and other equipment purposes, including expenses of transportation, storage, and handling the same, and for the general maintenance of naval coaling depots and coaling plants, two million seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

CONTINGENT, BUREAU OF EQUIPMENT: Express charges on equip- Contingent. ment stores; packing boxes and materials, printing, advertising, telegraphing, books, and models; stationery; furniture for equipment of offices in navy-yards; postage on letters sent abroad; ferriage, ice, and emergencies arising under cognizance of the Bureau of Equipment unforeseen and impossible to classify, eleven thousand dollars.

OCEAN AND LAKE SURVEYS: Hydrographic surveys, and for the purchase of nautical books, charts, and sailing directions, and express charges on the same, seventy-five thousand dollars: Provided, That of the above, a sum not exceeding one thousand five hundred dollars may Harbor, Midway Isbe expended by the Secretary of the Navy in procuring a survey and estimate of cost for a channel into Welles Harbor, Midway Islands.

Civil ESTABLISHMENT, BUREAU OF EQUIPMENT: Navy-yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire: For one clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one writer, nine hundred and fifty dollars; in all, two thousand one hundred and fifty dollars:

Navy-yard, Boston, Massachusetts: For one superintendent of ropewalk, at two thousand dollars; one clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand three hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars; two writers, at nine hundred and fifty dollars each; one civil superintendent of chain shop, two thousand dollars; one civil superintendent of anchor shop, two thousand dollars; in all, eleven thousand eight hundred dollars;

Navy-yard, New York, New York: For one clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars; two writers, at nine hundred and fifty dollars each; one clerk in charge of distribution of books, at one thousand two hundred dollars; in all, five thousand seven hundred dollars;

Navy-yard, League Island, Pennsylvania: For one clerk, at one League Island, Pa. thousand four hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand dollars; in all, two thousand four bundred dollars;

Navy-yard, Norfolk, Virginia: For two clerks, at one thousand two Norfolk, Va. hundred dollars each; one writer, at nine hundred and fifty dollars; in all, three thousand three hundred and fifty dollars;

Ocean and lake surveys.

Proriso.
Channel into Welles

Civil establishment.
Portsmouth, X. H.

Boston, Mass.

New York, N. Y.

gton, D. C.

Pensacola, Fla.

Mare Island, Cal. Navy-yard, Mare Island, California: For one clerk, at one thousand

two hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand dollars; one writer, at pine hundred and fifty dollars; in all, three thousand one hundred

and fifty dollars; Was

Navy-yard, Washington, District of Columbia: For one clerk, who shall also perform the clerical duties for the board of labor employment at said navy-yard, one thousand six hundred dollars;

Navy-yard, Pensacola, Florida: One clerk, one thousand dollars; Cavite, P. I.

Naval station, Cavite, Philippine Islands: One master electrician, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-eight dollars; one clerk, one thousand dollars; in all, two thousand eight hundred and seventy-eight

dollars; Port Royal, s. C.

Naval station, Port Royal, South Carolina: One clerk, one thousand

dollars; Key West, Fla.

Naval station, Key West, Florida: One clerk, one thousand dollars; Puget Sound, Wash. Navy-yard, Puget Sound, Washington: One clerk, one thousand

dollars; one clerk, one thousand dollars; in all, two thousand dollars;

In all, civil establishment, Bureau of Equipment, thirty-eight thousand and twenty-eight dollars.

Bureau of Yards and Docks.

BUREAU OF 'YARDS AND DOCKS.

Maintenance.

Contingent.

MAINTENANCE OF YARDS AND DOCKS: For general maintenance of yards and docks, namely: For books, maps, models, and drawings; purchase and repair of fire engines; fire apparatus and plants; machinery; purchase and maintenance of oxen, horses, and driving teams; carts, timber wheels, and all vehicles for use in the navy-yards; tools and repairs of the same; postage on letters and other mailable matter on public service sent to foreign countries, and telegrams; stationery: furniture for Government houses and offices in navy-yards; coal and other fuel; candles, oil, and gàs; attendance on light and power plants: cleaning and clearing up yards and care of buildings; attendance on fires, lights, fire engines, and fire apparatus and plants; incidental labor at navy-yards; water tax, tolls, and ferriage; pay of watchmen in navy-yards; awnings and packing boxes, and advertising for yards and docks and other purposes; and for rent of wharf and storehouse at Erie, Pennsylvania, for use and accommodation of United States steamer Michigan, and for pay of employees on leave, seven hundred and fifty-four thousand dollars.

CONTINGENT, BUREAU OF YARDS AND Docks: For contingent ex penses that may arise at navy-yards and stations, thirty thousand dollars.

Civil ESTABLISHMENT, BUREAU OF YARDS AND Docks: Navy-yard, Portsmouth, New Hampshire: For one clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one mail messenger, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays; one messenger, at six hundred dollars; one foreman laborer and head teamster, at four dollars per diem, including Sundays; one janitor, at six hundred dollars; one pilot, at three dollars per diem, including Sundays; one draftsman, at four dollars per diem; one electrician, one thousand four hundred dollars; one stenographer and typewriter, one thousand dollars; one writer, nine hundred dollars; one telegraph operator and clerk, nine hundred dollars; one draftsman, one thousand two hundred dollars; one master of tugs, one thousand two hundred dollars; in all, thirteen thousand seven hundred and thirty-seven dollars;

Navy-yard, Boston, Massachusetus: For one clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one foreman laborer, at four dollars per diem; one messenger to commandant, at two dollars per diem; one messenger, at two dollars per diem; one mail messenger, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays; one writer, at one thousand and seventeen

Civil establishment.
Portsmouth, N. H.

Boston, Mass.

N. Y.

dollars and twenty-five cents; one draftsman, at five dollars per diem; one master of tugs, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one electrician, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one stenographer and typewriter, at three dollars and twenty-eight cents per diem; one bookkeeper, one thousand two hundred dollars; in all, twelve thousand and forty-two dollars and eighty-nine cents;

Navy-yard, New York, New York: For one clerk, at one thousand New York, N. Y. four hundred dollars; one time clerk, one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents; one yard pilot, two thousand dollars; two masters of tugs, at one thousand five hundred dollars each; two writers, at one thousand eight hundred dollars; one foreman laborer, - at four dollars and fifty cents per diem; one mail messenger, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays; two messengers, at two dollars and twenty-five cents per diem each; one draftsman, at five dollars per diem; one quarterman, at three dollars per diem; one superintendent of teams, or quarterman, at four dollars per diem; one messenger to commandant, at two dollars and twenty-five cents per diem, including Sundays; one messenger, yards and docks, at two dollars and twentyfive cents per diem; one stenographer and typewriter, at three dollars and twenty-six cents per diem; one electrician, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one bookkeeper, or accountant, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one master of tugs, one thousand five hundred dollars; in all, twenty-three thousand one hundred and sixty-six dollars and thirteen cents;

Nayal station, Sacketts Harbor, New York: For one ship keeper, Sacketts Harbor, at three bundred and sixty-five dollars per annum;

Navy-yard, League Island, Pennsylvania: For one clerk, at one League Island, Pa. thousand four hundred dollars; one writer and telegraph operator, at one thousand dollars; one messenger, at two dollars per diem; one foreman laborer, at four dollars per diem; one master of tugs, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one draftsman, at five dollars per diem; one electrician, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one mail messenger, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays; one master of tugs, at one thousand dollars; one foreman joiner, at four dollars per diem; one stenographer and typewriter, civil engineer's office, one thousand dollars; in all, twelve thousand four hundred and twenty-five dollars;

Navy-yard, Washington, District of Columbia: For one clerk, at Washington, D.C. one thousand four hundred dollars; one messenger, at two dollars per diem; one foreman laborer, at four dollars per diem; one electrician, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one writer, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents; one time clerk, nine hundred dollars; in all, six thousand five hundred and ninety-five dollars and twenty-five cents;

Navy-yard, Norfolk, Virginia: For one clerk, at one thousand four Norfolk, Va. hundred dollars; one writer, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents; one writer, at one thousand dollars; one foreman laborer, at four dollars per diem; one electrician, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one mail messenger, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays; two messengers, at two dollars per diem each; one pilot, at two dollars and twenty-six cents per diem; one master of tugs, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one draftsman, one thousand five hundred dollars; one bookkeeper, one thousand two hundred dollars; one foreman mechanic, at four dollars and twenty-four cents per diem, one thousand three hundred and twenty-seven dollars and twelve cents; one foreman of teams, at two dollars and twenty-four cents per diem, seven hundred and one dollars and twelve cents; one messenger and janitor, civil engineer's office, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays, seven hundred and thirty dollars; one stenographer and typewriter, civil engineer's office, one thousand two hundred dol

Pensacola, Fla.

New Orleans, La.

lars; in all, sixteen thousand six hundred and sixteen dollars and eighty-seven cents;

Navy-yard, Pensacola, Florida: For one clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one mail messenger, at two dollars per diem, includ. ing Sundays; one electrician, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one draftsman, at four dollars per diem, one thousand two hundred and fifty-two dollars; one foreman laborer, at three dollars and fiftytwo cents per diem, one thousand one hundred and one dollars and seventy-six cents; one stenographer, typewriter, and telegraph operator, at three dollars and four cents per diem, nine hundred and fiftyone dollars and fifty-two cents; one writer, at two dollars and eighty cents per diem, eight hundred and seventy-six dollars and forty cents; in all, seven thousand five hundred and eleven dollars and sixty-eight

cents; Port Royal, s. c. Naval station, Port Royal, South Carolina: One messenger and jan

itor, one dollar and fifty cents per diem; one telegraph operator, including Sundays, two dollars per diem; in all, one thousand one hundred

and ninety-nine dollars and fifty cents; Key West, Fla.

Naval station, Key West, Florida: For one mail messenger, at six hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one messenger and janitor, at one dollar and seventy-six cents per diem; in all, two thousand six bundred and forty-two dollars and forty cents;

Navy-yard, New Orleans, Louisiana: For one clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one rodman and inspector, at three dollars per diem; one messenger and janitor, at one dollar and fifty cents per diem; one stenographer and typewriter, civil engineer's office, at pine hundred and fifty dollars; one messenger and janitor, civil engineer's office, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays, seven hundred and thirty dollars; one foreman laborer, at one thousand twa hundred dollars; one draftsman, at one thousand five hundred dollars; one messenger, commandant's office, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays, seven hundred and thirty dollars; in all, seven thousand seven

hundred and ninety-six dollars and fifty cents; Mare Island, Cal.

Navy-yard, Mare Island, California: For one clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one writer, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents; one foreman mason, at six dollars per diem; one foreman laborer, at five dollars and fifty cents per diem; one pilot, at one thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one draftsman, at five dollars per diem; one mail messenger, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays; one messenger, at two dollars per diem; one electrician, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one foreman joiner, at four dollars and fifty-six cents per diem; one telegraph operator, at three dollars and twenty-eight cents per diem; one clerk in civil engineer's office, at one thousand dollars; in all, fifteen thousand two hun

dred and ninety-one dollars and sixty-seven cents; Puget Sound, Wash,

Navy-yard, Puget Sound, Washington: One clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one draftsman, at five dollars per diem; one messenger and janitor, at one dollar and seventy-six cents per diem, including Sundays; one master of tugs, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one copyist, at nine hundred dollars; one electrician, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one writer and telegraph operator, at nine hundred dollars; one stenographer and typewriter, civil engineer's office, at one thousand dollars; one writer, at nine hundred dollars; one messenger, at one dollar and seventy-six cents per diem, five hundred and fifty dollars and eighty-eight cents; one foreman carpenter, at four dollars and fifty cents per diem, one thousand four hundred and eight dollars and fifty cents; in all, eleven thousand four hundred and

sixty-six dollars and seventy-eight cents; San Juan, P. R.

Naval station, San Juan, Porto Rico: One clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; one writer, commandant's office, nine hundred and

Hawaii.

sixty dollars; one mail messenger, four hundred and twenty dollars; one foreman, one thousand one hundred dollars; in all, three thousand six hundred and eighty dollars;

Naval station, Hawaii: One writer, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents per annum; one messenger, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays; in all, one thousand seven hundred and and forty-seven dollars and twenty-five cents;

· Naval station, Cavite, Philippine Islands: One clerk, one thousand Cavite, P
two hundred dollars; one time clerk, four hundred and eighty dollars;
one writer, three hundred and sixty dollars; one messenger, two hun-
dred and forty dollars; one messenger, one hundred and eighty dollars;
one clerk, commandant's office, seven hundred and twenty dollars; one
messenger, commandant's office, one hundred and eighty dollars; in
all, three thousand three hundred and sixty dollars.

Naval station, Guam: One clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars; Guam.
one foreman machinist, one thousand six hundred dollars; one mes-
senger and janitor, six hundred dollars; in all, three thousand eight
hundred dollars:

In all, civil establishment, Bureau of Yards and Docks, one hundred and forty-three thousand four hundred and forty-three dollars and ninety-two cents, and no other fund appropriated by this Act shall be used in payment for such service.

Public works. PUBLIC WORKS, BUREAU OF YARDS AND DOCKS.

Bureau of Yards and

Docks. NAVY-YARD, PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE: Railroad and rolling Portsmouth, N. H. stock, additions, five thousand dollars; sewer systems, extension, five thousand dollars; underground conduit system, to continue, ten thousand dollars; quay walls, to extend, seventy thousand dollars; grading, to continue, thirty thousand dollars; piers and slips, to extend, twentyfive thousand dollars; fittings for dry dock numbered two, thirty-five thousand dollars; sidewalks and streets, five thousand dollars; boiler shop for steam engineering, to cost completed not to exceed one hundred and forty thousand dollars, seventy-five thousand dollars; toward pattern shop for steam engineering, thirty-nine thousand four hundred dollars; rebuilding and extending coaling plant, thirty thousand dollars; telephone system, extension, one thousand dollars; naval prison, administration building (to cost one hundred and thirty thousand dol. lars), seventy thousand dollars; in all, four hundred thousand four hundred dollars.

Boston, Mass. NAVY-YARD, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS : Sewer system, extensions, fifteen thousand dollars; paving, to continue, twenty-five thousand dollars; railroad system, extensions, twelve thousand five hundred dollars; water system, extensions, five thousand two hundred and thirty dollars; track for traveling crane, extension, thirty-four thousand three hundred and ten dollars; fire-protection system, to extend, eight thousand five hundred dollars; foundations for steam engineering tools, four thousand two hundred and sixty dollars; approach to dry dock numbered one, forty-three thousand one hundred dollars; oil storehouse, fifteen thousand dollars; in all, navy-yard, Boston, one bundred and sixty-two thousand nine hundred dollars. NAVY-YARD, NEW YORK, New York: Paving and grading, to con

New York, NY tinue, ten thousand dollars; railroad system, extensions, eight thousand dollars; electric plant, extensions, ten thousand dollars; railroad equipment, additional, five thousand dollars; underground conduits, extensions, ten thousand dollars; sewers and drains, additional, five thousand dollars; latrines, additional, four thousand dollars; telephone system, extension, two thousand dollars; scale house and scales, six thousand dollars; auxiliary hoist for one-hundred-ton crane, twenty thousand dollars; bridge between buildings six and one hundred and fifteen,

Xaral prison, etc.

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