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Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and four, one hundred and twenty-one thousand eight hundred and seven dollars and ninety-three cents: Provided, That one-half of any sum or sums retained by State Homes on account of pensions received from inmates shall be deducted from the aid herein provided for.

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Pensions retained.

Buildings and grounds, D. C.

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS IN AND AROUND WASH- Buildings and

INGTON To reimburse tne appropriation for reconstruction and repair of Repairs. post-and-chain fences, and other purposes, on account of increased expenses for removing snow and ice, two thousand dollars.'

SHERMAN STATUE: To pay for the collection of materials, prepara- Sherman statue. tion, editing, proof reading, and supervision through the press of the volume (Senate Document Numbered Three hundred and twenty) authorized by concurrent resolution of Congress, numbered fifty-seven, concurrent Reso

m in lutions, 2d sess., p. 9. Fifty-eighth Congress, second session, entitled “Sherman, a Memorial" in Art, Oratory, and Literature, by the Society of the Army of the Tennessee, with the aid of the Congress of the United States," said amount to be disbursed by the engineer in charge of public buildings and grounds, seven hundred dollars.

STATE, WAR, AND NAVY DEPARTMENT BUILDING.

State, War, and Navy building.

For fuel, lights, repairs, and miseellaneous items, five thousand three Fuel, etc. hundred and seventy-eight dollars and eighty-one cents. This page

NAVY DEPARTMENT.

Navy Department.

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CONTINGENT EXPENSES: For stationery, furniture, newspapers, Contingent expenses. plans, drawings, drawing materials, horses and wagons to be used only for official purposes, freight, expressage, postage, and other absolutely necessary expenses of the Navy Department and its various bureaus and offices, including not exceeding two hundred dollars for repairs of Mills Building, two thousand dollars.

NAVAL OBSERVATORY: For fuel, oil, grease, tools, pipe, wire, and National Observaother materials needed for the maintenance and repair of the boilers, Fuel, etc. engines, heating apparatus, electric lighting and power plant, and water-supply system; purchase and maintenance of teams; material for boxing nautical instruments for transportation; paints, telegraph and telephone service, and incidental labor, two thousand dollars.

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Naval Establishment.

To reimburse the American Society in London the amount advanced American Society, by said organization to enable a deserter from the United States Navy Reimbursement. to return to his ship, being for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and five, twenty dollars and seven cents. - To pay Martha A. Hughes, widow of Edward M. Hughes, late com

Edward M. Hughes,

Payment to widow. mander, United States Navy, amount due the late Commander Hughes for the difference between mileage and expenses allowed and that that should have been allowed, one hundred and sixty-six dollars and three cents. M

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tban 91 GENERAL ACCOUNT OF ADVANCES: To reimburse "General account - General account of of advances,” created by the Act of June nineteenth, eighteen hundred *Vol. 20, p. 167 and seventy-eight, for amounts advanced therefrom and expended on account of the several appropriations named in excess of the sums

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appropriated therefor for the fiscal year given, found to be due the "general account” on adjustment by the accounting officers, there is

appropriated as follows: Emergency fund. For emergency fund, Navy Department, nineteen hundred and two,

six thousand five hundred and one dollars and sixty cents;

For emergency fund, Navy Department, nineteen hundred and one, nine hundred and seventy dollars and ninety cents;

For emergency fund, Navy Department, nineteen hundred, six hundred and thirty-nine dollars and forty-five cents;

For pay of the Navy, nineteen hundred and one, eight hundred and twenty-three dollars and two cents;

For pay of the Navy, nineteen hundred, two hundred and twentyeight dollars and ninety-six cents;

For pay of the Navy, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight and eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, one hundred and fourteen dollars and six cents;

For pay of the Navy, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, two dollars

and thirty-three cents; Pay, miscellaneous.

For pay, miscellaneous, nineteen hundred and two, one thousand seven hundred and eleven dollars and sixty-eight cents;

For pay, miscellaneous, nineteen hundred and one, twenty-six dollars and eighty-nine cents;

For pay, miscellaneous, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight and eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, fifty-three dollars and sixty-two

cents; Contingent.

For contingent, Navy, nineteen hundred and two, one hundred and fifteen dollars and twelve cents;

For pay, Marine Corps, nineteen hundred and one, eighty-five dollars and seventy-three cents;

For pay, Marine Corps, nineteen hundred, forty dollars;

For provisions, Marine Corps, nineteen hundred and two, five dollars and ninety-four cents;

For hire of quarters, Marine Corps, nineteen hundred and three, one hundred and twenty dollars;

For contingent, Marine Corps, nineteen hundred and two, one hun

dred and eighty-three dollars and ninety-two cents; Bureau of Naviga For transportation, Bureau of Navigation, nineteen hundred and

four, three thousand and sixty-six dollars and seventy-eight cents;

For transportation, recruiting and contingent, Bureau of Navigation, nineteen hundred and two, one thousand four hundred and sixty. three dollars and ninety-five cents;

For outfits on first enlistment, Bureau of Navigation, nineteen hun dred and three, one hundred and thirteen thousand two hundred and eighty-six dollars and ninety-three cents;

For outfits for landsmen, Bureau of Navigation, nineteen hundred and two, one hundred and fifty-seven dollars and fifty cents;

For outfits for naval apprentices, Bureau of Navigation, nineteen hundred and two, two hundred and twenty-five dollars;

For gunnery exercises, Bureau of Navigation; nineteen hundred, three hundred dollars;

For naval training station, California, Bureau of Navigation, nineteen hundred and three, three bundred and five dollars and nineteen

cents; Bureau of Ordnance.

For contingent, Bureau of Ordnance, nineteen hundred and three,

four hundred and twenty-five dollars and ninety-eight cents: Bureau of Equip For ocean and lake surveys, Bureau of Equipment, nineteen hundred

and two, tifty doHars;

For contingent, Bureau of Equipment, nineteen hundred and two, forty-two dollars and twenty-two cents;

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ment

Docks.

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery.

and Accounts.

For maintenance, Bureau of Yards and Docks, nineteen hundred and Bureau of Yards and four, nine thousand seven hundred and forty-two dollars and forty-seven cents;

For maintenance, Bureau of Yards and Docks, nineteen hundred and two, twelve dollars and ninety-six cents;

For medical department, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, nineteen ar hundred and one, thirty dollars;

For contingent, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, nineteen hundred and four, five thousand four hundred and four dollars and sixty-two cents;

For contingent, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, nineteen hundred and two, sixty-six dollars and thirty-five cents;

Fór contingent, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, nineteen bundred and one, eight dollars;

For contingent, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight and eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, eleven dollars and twenty-three cents;

For provisions, Navy, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, nineteen Bureau of Supplies hundred and three, four thousand one hundred and ninety dollars and eighty-seven cents;

For provisions, Navy, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, nineteen hundred and two, one thousand and eighty-two dollars and fifty-nine cents.

For provisions, Navy, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, nineteen hundred and one, ten dollars and eighty cents;

For contingent, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, nineteen hundred and two, one hundred and twenty-one dollars and six cents;

For civil establishment, Bureau of Supplies and Accounts, nineteen hundred and two, two hundred and twenty-five dollars;.

For construction and repair, Bureau of Construction and Repair, ti nineteen hundred and two, eighteen dollars and eighty-five cents;

For steam machinery, Bureau of Steam Engineering, nineteen hun- Bureau of Steam Endred and three, five thousand and twenty-three dollars and sixty-nine

gineering cents;

For steam machinery, Bureau of Steam Engineering, nineteen hundred and two, three hundred and seventy-nine dollars and scventy-five cents;

For dry dock, Habana, Cuba, three thousand one hundred and Babana, Cuba. ninety-nine dollars and sixty-eight cents; in all, one hundred and sixty. thousand four hundred and seventy-four dollars and sixty-nine cents.

PaY, MISCELLANEOUS: To pay bill of The Dispatch Company for Dispatch Company, advertising in the Richmond Dispatch, Richmond, Virginia, in Decem- Payment to. ber, nineteen hundred, and January, nineteen hundred and one, being for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and one, four dollars and eightyone cents.

MARINE CORPS. THITHI yenu CONTINGENT: For contingent expenses of the Marine Corps, includ. Contingent expenses. ing all objects mentioned under this title of appropriation in the naval appropriation Act for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and five, fifty thousand dollars.

To pay accounts on file in favor of the Western Union and Postal Telegraph companies for services rendered the Marine Corps, fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, twenty-five dollars and thirty cents,

TRANSPORTATION AND RECRUITING: To pay account on file for adver- Transporting and retising for recruits, Marine Corps, fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-six, twenty-one dollars and thirty-eight cents.

To pay account on file for advertising for recruits, Marine Corps, fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, thirty dollars.

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Fuel, etc.

To pay account on file for transportation of enlisted men, fiscal year nineteen hundred and one, forty-four dollars and eighty cents.

FUEL: For heating barracks and quarters, for ranges and stoves for cooking, fuel for enlisted men, for sales to officers, maintaining electric lights, and for hot-air closets, fiscal year nineteen hundred and four,

four thousand one hundred and fourteen dollars and sixty-one cents. Military stores. MILITARY STORES: Military stores for the Marine Corps, including

all objects mentioned under this title of appropriation in the naval appropriation Act for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and five, twenty

thousand dollars. Naval Academy.

NAVAL ACADEMY. Fuel, etc.

Fuel, oil, waste, and other materials for the operation, repair, and maintenance of the plant; heating and lighting apparatus and tools, and for beating and lighting the academy and bandsmen's quarters, ten

thousand dollars. Contingent expenses.

For contingent expenses, including the payment of voucher in favor of the Annapolis, Washington and Baltimore Railroad Company for

service during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and one, fifty-ninecents. Bureau of Naviga

BUREAU OF NAVIGATION. tion. Transportation. TRANSPORTATION: For the transportation of enlisted men and appren

tices at home and abroad; transportation and subsistence en route to their homes, if residents of the United States, of enlisted men and apprentices discharged on medical survey; transportation and subsistence en route to the places of enlistment, if residents of the United States, of enlisted men and apprentices discharged on account of expiration of enlistment; apprehension and delivery of deserters and stragglers, and for railway guides, and other expenses incident to transportation, on account of fiscal years as follows:

For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and five, sixty-five thousand dollars.

For the fiscal year nineteen hundred and four, ten thousand dollars.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury Department on account of the appropriation "Transportation, Bureau of Navigation,” for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and four, seyen hundred and sixty-one dollars and thirty-four cents.

MAINTENANCE OF COLLIERS: For pay, transportation, shipping, and subsistence of civilian officers and crews of naval colliers, and all expenses connected with naval colliers employed in emergencies which can not be paid from other appropriations, one hundred and sixty-eight

thousand four hundred and eighty dollars. Coasters Harbor 19- NAVAL WAR COLLEGE: For maintenance of Naval War College at Naval War College. Coasters Harbor Island and care of grounds for same, two thousand

five hundred dollars.

For public printing and binding for the Naval War College, one

thousand two hundred dollars. Bureau of Ordnance.

BUREAU OF ORDNANCE, Ordnance stores. ORDNANCE AND ORDNANCE STORES: To supply a deficiency in the

appropriation “Ordnance and ordnance stores,” including all objects mentioned under this title of appropriation in the naval appropriation Act for the fiscal vear nineteen hundred and five, five hundred thousand dollars.

To supply a deficiency in the appropriation "Ordnance and ordnance stores” for the fiscal year ended June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and three, one thousand four hundred and sixty-three dollars.

To supply a deficiency in the appropriation “Ordnance and ordnance stores” for the fiscal year ended June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and one, thirty-seven thousand five hundred and ninety dollars.

Colliers. Maintenance.

and.

To supply a deficiency in the appropriation “Ordnance and ordnance stures" for the fiscal year ended June thirtieth, nineteen hundred, eleven thousand nine hundred and eight dollars and eighty cents.

CONTINGENT: To supply a deficiency in the appropriation "Contin- Contingent. gent, Bureau of Ordnance,” for the fiscal year ended June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and three, one hundred and fifty-one dollars and forty-eight cents.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury on account of the appropriation for “Contingent, Bureau of Ordnance, fiscal year nineteen hundred and three, five thousand and eighty-three dollars and fourteen cents.

To supply a deficiency in the appropriation “Contingent, Bureau of Ordnance," for the fiscal year ended June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and two, thirteen dollars and thirty-nine cents.

BUREAU OF EQUIPMENT.

Bureau of Equip ment.

sels.

EQUIPMENT OF VESSELS: To pay the vouchers set forth on page Equipment of ves thirty-two of House Document Numbered Two hundred and eightyseven of this session, not received at the Department until after the balance under the appropriation named had been covered into the Treasury, being for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, one thousand six hundred and thirty-nine dollars and four cents.

To pay the vouchers set forth on page thirty-two of House Document Numbered Two hundred and eighty-seven of this session, not received at the Department until after the balance under the appropriation named had been covered into the Treasury, being for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and one, two-thousand and seventy-two dollars and thirty cents.

CONTINGENT: To pay bills in hand and outstanding obligations Contingent. incurred under the appropriation named, the amount in the Treasury thereunder having been exbausted, being for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and four, five thousand dollars.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury on account of the appropriation for “Contingent, Bureau of Equipment,” fiscal year nineteen hundred and four; one thousand and seventy-eight dollars and eighteen cents.

To pay the following voucher, not received at the Department until after the balance under the appropriation named had been covered into the Treasury, being for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and one:

Metropolitan Steamship Company, three dollars and twenty-five cents.

BUREAU OF YARDS AND DOCKS.

Bureau of Yards and Docks.

Maintenance.

Maintenance, Yards and Docks: For general maintenance of yards and docks, including all objects mentioned under this title of appropriation in the naval appropriation Act for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and five, fifty thousand dollars.

To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury on account of the appropriation “Maintenance, Bureau of Yards and Docks,” for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and four, two hundred ind forty-four dollars and seventy-one cents.

BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY.

Bureau of Medicine and Surgery.

CONTINGENT: For contingent, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, nine. Contingent. teen hundred and four, to pay approved vouchers set forth on pages thirty-three, thirty-four, and thirty-five of House Document Numbered Two hundred and eighty-seven, and in House Document Numed Three hundred and thirty-three, of this session, six thousand three hundred and twenty-seven dollars and twenty-nine cents.

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