Annual Report of the Secretary of the Navy

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1885 - Naval art and science

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Page 253 - ... and on foreign stations ; purchase of machinery and tools for use in shops; carrying on work of experimental model tank...
Page 556 - Fahrenheit, must stand bending in a press to a curve of which the inner radius is one and a half times the thickness of the plates tested.
Page 90 - ... compasses; logs and other appliances for measuring the ship's way, and leads and other appliances for sounding...
Page 2 - For commissions and interest; transportation of funds; exchange; mileage to officers while traveling under orders in the United States, and for actual personal expenses of officers while traveling abroad under orders, and for traveling expenses of...
Page 2 - ... stationery, and incidental expenses; newspapers and advertising; foreign postage: telegraphing, foreign and domestic; telephones; copying; care of library...
Page 391 - Board for such vessel, the same to be constructed of steel, of domestic manufacture, having as near as may be a tensile strength of not less than sixty thousand pounds to the square inch, and a ductility in eight inches of not less than twenty-five per centum ; said vessels to be provided with full sail-power and full steam-power.
Page xv - ... articles of this treaty, the united States guarantee positively and efficaciously to New Granada, by the present stipulation, the perfect neutrality of the before-mentioned isthmus, with the view that the free transit from the one to the other sea...
Page 198 - For expenses of recruiting for the naval service, rent of rendezvous and expenses of maintaining the same, advertising for men and boys? and all other expenses attending the recruiting for the naval service and for the transportation of enlisted men and boys at home and abroad, thirty thousand dollars.
Page xi - Government property," and shall not be withdrawn or applied, except in consequence of a subsequent appropriation made by law.
Page 2 - Academy for examination and appointment as cadets; for rent and furniture of buildings and offices not in navy-yards; expenses of courts-martial, prisoners and prisons and courts of inquiry, boards of investigation, examining boards, with clerks

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