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Page 38 - Upon conveyance to the United States of a good and sufficient title to any such privately owned...
Page 4 - Army with military stores and supplies requisite for its use, such as clothing and equipage, tents, band instruments, tableware and mess furniture, equipments for post bakeries, fuel, forage, stationery, lumber, straw for bedding for men and animals, all materials for camp, and for shelter for troops and stores, furniture for barracks, such as bunks, benches, chairs, tables, lockers, heating and cooking stoves for use in public barracks and quarters, tools for mechanics and laborers in the Quartermaster's...
Page 4 - Department prepares the necessary plans and constructs all buildings at military posts, such as barracks, quarters, storehouses, hospitals, etc.; builds wharves; constructs and repairs roads for military purposes; builds all necessary military bridges; provides, by hire or purchase, grounds for military encampments and buildings; contracts for all horses for cavalry, artillery, and for the Indian scouts, and for such infantry and members of the hospital corps in the field campaigns as may be required...
Page 37 - OLD FORT BLISS, TEX. Under act approved March 1, 1890, the military reservation of Old Fort Bliss, Tex., was platted, appraised, and advertised for sale at public auction July 3, 1895. At that sale lots Nos.
Page 30 - Congress, in the act making appropriation for support of the Army, approved February 12, 1895, provided $10,000, which has been apportioned as follows: HOSPITALS. In the act making appropriations for the support of the Army for the fiscal year ending June 30...
Page 23 - MILITARY POSTS. For the construction of buildings at and the enlargement of such military posts as in the judgment of the Secretary of War may be necessary...
Page 38 - That six hundred and forty acres of land suitable for the purpose shall be donated free of cost to the United States, or such greater quantity of land as in the opinion of the Secretary of War shall be necessary for that purpose.
Page 4 - Section 1139, Revised Statutes, makes it the duty of the Quartermaster-General, under the direction of the Secretary of War, to prescribe and enforce a system of accountability for all quartermaster's supplies furnished the Army, its officers, seamen, and marines.
Page 30 - Construction and repairs of hospitals. — For construction and repair of hospitals at military posts already established and occupied, Including the extraduty pay of enlisted men employed on the same, and including also all expenditures for construction and repairs required at the Army and Navy Hospital at Hot Springs, Arkansas...
Page 20 - SO, 1903. SIR: I have the honor to submit the following report of the operations of this division for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1903...

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