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For extra pay of officers of the Army on detached service at the Military Academy:

For pay of one Superintendent of the United States Military Academy (colonel), in addition to pay as captain, not mounted, one thousand, seven hundred dollars;

For one commandant of cadets (lieutenant-colonel), in addition to pay as captain, not mounted, one thousand two hundred dollars;

For pay of one instructor of practical military engineering (major), in addition to pay as captain, mounted, five hundred dollars;

For pay of one instructor of ordnance and science of gunnery (major), in addition to pay as captain, mounted, five hundred dollars;

For pay of eight assistant professors (captains), in addition to pay as first lieutenants, not mounted, four thousand dollars;

For pay of five senior instructors of cavalry, artillery, and infantry tactics, ordnance and gunnery, and practical military engineering (captains), in addition to pay as first lieutenants, not mounted, two thousand five hundred dollars;

For pay of six assistant instructors of cavalry, artillery, and infantry tactics (captains), in addition to pay as second lieutenants, not mounted, three thousand six hundred dollars;

For pay of one adjutant, in addition to pay as second lieutenant, not mounted, six hundred dollars;

For pay of one treasurer and quartermaster and commissary of cadets, in addition to pay as captain, not mounted, seven hundred dollars;

For pay of one line officer on duty in Quartermaster's Department, in addition to pay as first lieutenant, mounted, four hundred dollars; For pay of one associate professor of modern languages, in addition to pay as captain, five hundred dollars;

For additional pay of professors and officers (and officers on increased rank) for length of service, nine thousand eight hundred dollars;

In all, for extra pay of officers of Army on detached service at the Military Academy, twenty-six thousand dollars.

For pay of the Military Academy Band, field musicians, general army service, cavalry and artillery detachment, and enlisted men on detached service, and extra pay for enlisted men on special duty:

For pay of military band, one band sergeant and assistant leader, six hundred dollars;

Twelve enlisted musicians, at thirty-four dollars per month, four thousand eight hundred and ninety-six dollars;

Twelve enlisted musicians, at twenty-five dollars per month, three thousand six hundred dollars;

Sixteen enlisted musicians, at seventeen dollars per month, three thousand two hundred and sixty-four dollars;

Additional pay for length of service, one thousand nine hundred and ninety-eight dollars;

Clothing on discharge, nine hundred and fifty dollars;

For pay of field musicians: One sergeant, with pay of first-class musician, four hundred and eight dollars;

One corporal, one hundred and eighty dollars;

Twenty-two privates, three thousand four hundred and thirty-two dollars:

Additional pay for length of service, eighty dollars;

Clothing on discharge, seven hundred and fifty dollars;

Travel allowance to enlisted men on discharge, one hundred and fifty dollars;

For pay of general army service: One first sergeant, four hundred and eight dollars;

Seven sergeants, one thousand five hundred and twelve dollars;

Two cooks, four hundred and thirty-two dollars;

Eight corporals, one thousand four hundred and forty dollars; One hundred and fifty-seven privates, twenty-four thousand four hundred and ninety-two dollars;

Additional pay for length of service, ten thousand three hundred and thirty-two dollars;

Clothing on discharge, four thousand seven hundred and twentythree dollars;

Interest on deposits of enlisted men, six hundred and fifty dollars; For pay of cavalry detachment: One first sergeant, three hundred dollars;

Five sergeants, one thousand and eighty dollars;

One cook, two hundred and sixteen dollars;

Four corporals, seven hundred and twenty dollars;

Two trumpeters, three hundred and twelve dollars;

Two farriers and blacksmiths, three hundred and sixty dollars;
One saddler, one hundred and eighty dollars;

One wagoner, one hundred and sixty-eight dollars;

Fifty-eight privates (cavalry), nine thousand and forty-eight dollars; Additional pay for length of service, one thousand nine hundred and sixty dollars;

Clothing on discharge, two thousand one hundred dollars;

Traveling allowances to enlisted men on discharge, six hundred and

fifty dollars;

Interest on deposits to enlisted men, one hundred dollars;

Cavalry detach

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For pay of artillery detachment: One,first sergeant, three hundred Artillery detachdollars;

Four sergeants, eight hundred and sixty-four dollars;

One cook, two hundred and sixteen dollars;

Three corporals, five hundred and forty dollars;

One farrier and blacksmith, one hundred and eighty dollars;

One saddler, one hundred and eighty dollars;

One wagoner, one hundred and sixty-eight dollars;

Two trumpeters, three hundred and twelve dollars;

Forty-six privates, seven thousand one hundred and seventy-six dollars;

Additional pay for length of service, one thousand two hundred dollars;

Clothing on discharge, one thousand two hundred dollars;

Interest on deposits due enlisted men, one hundred and twenty-five dollars;

Travel allowances to enlisted men on discharge, six hundred and fifty dollars;

men.

For extra pay of one ordnance soldier as draftsman and lithographic Extra pay, enlisted printer, at fifty cents per day, one hundred and forty-three dollars and fifty cents; .

For extra pay of one ordnance soldier as machinist, at fifty cents per day, one hundred and forty-three dollars and fifty cents;

For extra pay of one ordnance soldier as clerk, at fifty cents per

day, one hundred and forty-three dollars and fifty cents;

For extra pay of one ordnance soldier when employed in department of ordnance and gunnery, at thirty-five cents per day, eightyfour dollars;

For extra pay of two enlisted men employed as clerks in the office of the adjutant, United States Military Academy, at fifty cents each per day, three hundred and sixty-five dollars;

For extra pay of two enlisted men employed as clerks in the office of the commandant of cadets, at fifty cents each per day, three hundred and sixty-five dollars;

Proviso.

No duplication.

Pay of civilians, lerks, etc.

For extra pay of four enlisted men as printers, at headquarters United States Military Academy, at fifty cents each per day, six hundred and twenty-six dollars;

For extra pay of one enlisted man employed as watchman, at thirtyfive cents per day, one hundred and ninety-one dollars and sixty-three cents;

For extra pay of one enlisted man employed as trumpeter at the cadet barracks, at thirty-fivé cents per day, one hundred and fifty-nine dollars and sixty-nine cents;

For extra pay of one enlisted man employed in the philosophical department observatory as a mechanic, at fifty cents per day, one hundred and fifty-six dollars and fifty cents;

For extra pay of one enlisted man employed in the philosophical department in care of apparatus, at fifty cents per day, one hundred and fifty-six dollars and fifty cents;

For extra pay of one enlisted men employed in the chemical department, at fifty cents per day, one hundred and fifty-six dollars and fifty

cents;

For extra pay of one enlisted man employed in the department of drawing, at fifty cents per day, one hundred and fifty-six dollars and fifty cents;

For extra pay of one enlisted man employed in the mathematical department, at fifty cents per day, one hundred and fifty-six dollars and fifty cents;

For extra pay of two enlisted men (cavalrymen) when performing special skilled mechanical labor, at fifty cents each per day, three hundred and thirteen dollars;

For extra-pay of one enlisted man employed as saddler, at fifty cents per day, one hundred and fifty-six dollars and fifty cents;

For extra pay of one enlisted man on duty in charge of engineer property and fatigue, at fifty cents per day, one hundred and fifty-six dollars and fifty cents;

For extra pay of four enlisted men as assistants and attendants at the library, at fifty cents each per day, six hundred and eighty-four dollars;

For extra pay of one enlisted man as clerk in the department of practical military engineering and to the officer in charge of waterworks and works of construction at the Military Academy, at fifty cents per day, one hundred and fifty-six dollars and fifty cents;

For extra pay of three enlisted men as clerks in the office of the quartermaster United States Military Academy, at fifty cents each per day, four hundred and sixty-nine dollars and fifty cents;

For extra pay of two enlisted men (artillerymen) when performing extra mechanical labor, at fifty cents each per day, three hundred and thirteen dollars;

For extra pay of two enlisted men as messengers in the office of the adjutant United States Military Academy, at thirty-five cents each per day, two hundred and nineteen dollars and ten cents;

In all, for pay of Military Academy Band, field musicians, general army service, cavalry detachment, artillery detachment, enlisted men on detached service, and extra pay of enlisted men on special duty at the Military Academy, one hundred thousand and seventy-four dollars and forty-two cents: Provided, That the extra pay provided by the preceding paragraphs shall not be paid to any enlisted man who receives extra-duty pay under existing laws or army regulations.

PAY OF CIVILIANS.

For pay of one teacher of music, one thousand four hundred dollars; For clerk to the disbursing officer and quartermaster, one thousand five hundred dollars;

For clerk to adjutant in charge of cadet records, one thousand five hundred dollars;

For one clerk to the adjutant, one thousand two hundred dollars; For clerk to treasurer, one thousand five hundred dollars;

For one clerk to the quartermaster, one thousand two hundred dollars;

For one civilian instructor of French, to be employed under rules prescribed by the Secretary of War, two thousand dollars;

For two civilian instructors in Spanish, at two thousand dollars per year each, to be employed under rules prescribed by the Secretary of War, four thousand dollars;

For pay of one stenographer and typewriter in the office of the quartermaster and disbursing officer, twelve hundred dollars;

For pay of one librarian, two thousand five hundred dollars;
For pay of librarian's assistant, one thousand dollars;

For pay of one superintendent of gas works, one thousand five hundred dollars;

For pay of engineer of heating and ventilating apparatus for the academic building, the cadet barracks and office building, cadet hospital, chapel, and philosophical building, including the library, one thousand five hundred dollars;

For pay of assistant engineer of same, one thousand dollars;
For pay of eleven firemen, six thousand six hundred dollars;

For pay of one draftsman in department of civil and military engineering, one thousand dollars;

For pay of mechanic and attendant skilled in the technical preparations necessary to chemical and electrical lectures and to the instruc tion in mineralogy and geology, one thousand dollars;

For pay of mechanic assistant in department of natural and experimental philosophy, one thousand dollars;

For pay of custodian of academy building, one thousand dollars; For pay of one electrician, one thousand two hundred dollars;

For pay of one civilian plumber, one thousand two hundred dollars; For pay of assistant plumber, nine hundred dollars;

For pay of one scavenger, at sixty dollars a month, seven hundred and twenty dollars;

For compensation of chapel organist, two hundred dollars;

For pay of keeper of post cemetery, nine hundred dollars;

For pay of engineer and janitor for Memorial Hall, nine hundred dollars;

For pay of printer at headquarters United States Military Academy, one thousand two hundred dollars;

For pay of one janitress, Memorial Hall, six hundred dollars;

For pay of one master mechanic, one thousand five hundred dollars; For pay of attendant and skilled photographer in the department of drawing, one thousand dollars;

For pay of one typewriter, copyist, and attendant in the library, to be selected and appointed by the Superintendent, seven hundred and fifty dollars;

For pay of one stenographer and typewriter in the adjutant's office, to be selected and appointed by the Superintendent, six hundred dollars;

For pay of one overseer of the waterworks, five hundred and forty dollars;

For pay of engineer of steam, electric, and refrigerating apparatus for the cadets' mess, to be appointed by the Superintendent of the United States Military Academy, one thousand dollars;

For pay of one assistant engineer of steam, electric, and refrigerating apparatus for the cadets mess, to be appointed by the Superintendent of the United States Military Academy, six hundred dollars;

Current expenses.
Board of Visitors.

Repairs, etc.

Fuel, etc.

Postage and tele

grams. Stationery.

Transportation.

Printing.

Department of cav alry, artillery, and infantry tactics.

Department of civil and military engineering.

In all, to civilians employed at Military Academy, forty-seven thousand four hundred and ten dollars;

For current and ordinary expenses as follows:

For expenses of the Board of Visitors, including mileage, three thousand five hundred dollars;

Contingencies for Superintendent of the Academy, two thousand dollars;

Repairs and improvements, namely: Timber, planks, boards, joists, wall strips, laths, shingles, slate, tin, sheet lead, zinc, nails, screws, locks, hinges, glass, paints, turpentine, oils, varnish, brushes, stone, brick, flag, lime, cement, plaster, hair, sewer and drain pipe, blasting powder, fuse, iron, steel, tools, machinery, mantels, and other similar materials, renewing roofs, and for pay of architect overseer and citizen mechanics, and labor employed upon repairs and improvements that can not be done by enlisted men, thirty-five thousand dollars;

For fuel and apparatus, namely: Coal, wood, charcoal, stoves, grates, heaters, furnaces, ranges and fixtures, fire bricks, clay, sand, and for repairs of steam heating apparatus, grates, stoves, heaters, ranges, and furnaces, mica, thirty thousand dollars;

For gas pipes, gas and electric fixtures, electric lamps, and lighting supplies, lamp-posts, gasometers and retorts, and annual repairs of the same, two thousand five hundred dollars;

For fuel for cadets' mess hall, shops, and laundry, four thousand dollars;

For postage and telegrams, three hundred and fifty dollars;

For stationery, namely: Blank books, paper, envelopes, quills, steel pens, rubbers, erasers, pencils, mucilage, wax, wafers, folders, fasteners, rules, files, ink, inkstands, typewriters, typewriting supplies, office furniture, penholders, tape, desk knives, blotting pads, and rubber bands, one thousand five hundred dollars;

For transportation of materials and discharged cadets, and for ferriages, two thousand dollars;

Printing For printing and binding, type, materials for office, including repairs to motor and machinery, diplomas for graduates, annual registers, blanks, and monthly reports to parents of cadets, one thousand five hundred dollars;

For department of cavalry, artillery, and infantry tactics: Tan bark or other proper cover for riding hall, to be purchased in open market upon written order of the Superintendent, five hundred dollars;

For repairing camp stools and camp furniture, three hundred dollars;

For repairs and improvements of dressing rooms, platform, and swimming tank, 'wo hundred and twenty dollars;

For stationery, typewriting supplies and repairs, for use of instructor and assistant instructors of tactics, two hundred and fifty dollars; For books and maps, binding books and mounting maps, one hundred and seventy-five dollars;

For silk and worsted sashes for cadet officers and acting officers, two hundred and twenty dollars;

For foils, masks, belts, fencing gloves, fencing jackets, gaiters, sabers, and repairs, four hundred dollars;

For door mats for cadet barracks, sinks, and guardhouse, fifty dollars;

For repairs and furniture for offices, three hundred dollars;

For department of civil and military engineering: Models, maps, purchase and repair of instruments, apparatus, drawing boards, desks, chairs, shelves, and cases for books and instruments, text-books, books of reference, and stationery for the use of instructors, and contingencies, one thousand dollars;

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