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ACCOUNT OF DISBURSEMENTS OF APPROPRIATION MADE BY
THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF MARYLAND, FROM JANUARY
1, 1898, TO DECEMBER 31, 1898, INCLUSIVE, ON ACCOUNT
OF THE CONTINGENT AND NECESSARY EXPENSES
OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE AND
THE MAINTENANCE, ETC., OF THE LAND

FORCES OF THE MILITIA.

.........

1898.
January 1... Amount to credit of appropriation

this date, as per last Annual Re-
port.

$43,433 52 October 1...Amount of appropriation for the con

tingent and necessary expenses of
the Adjutant General's Office and
for the maintenance, equipment
and discipline of the land forces
of the militia, for the fiscal year
ending September 30, 1899; being
an appropriation of $50,000, less
$2,000 for salary of Adjutant Gen-
eral paid by checks of Treasurer.. 48,000 00
Total........

$91,433 52
DISBURSEMENTS.

GENERAL ACCOUNT.
FOR CONTINGENT AND NECESSARY

EXPENSES OF ADJUTANT

GENERAL'S OFFICE. 1898. To J. R. Frost, Janitor: January 4... For services for quarter ended December 31, 1897...

$25 00 April 1... For services for quarter ended March 31, 1898.....

25 00 July 22... For services for quarter ended June

30, 1898...... October 1... For services for quarter ended Sep

tember 30, 1898...

To King Brothers:
February 4... For printing and binding 300 copies

Adjutant General's Report for
1897, and for printing 150 copies
General Orders No. 16......

153 00
October 4...For printing General Orders Nos. 6,
November 17... For printing 200 copies Circular

25 00

25 00

7 and 8

10 00

No. 3...

20 00

55 00

To W. M. Holladay:
March 24... For printing and binding 500 copies

Manual of Arms....

To H. H. Boswell, Clerk:
April 26... For incidental expenses of the office
June 30... For incidental expenses of the office
September 14... For incidental expenses of the office
November 1... For extra services for month of

October ...

50 00 50 00 50 00

25 00

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December 2... For incidental expenses of the office

To C. F. Johnston, Stenographer

and extra Clerk:
May 5... For services for 8 days to May 1, 1898,
November 2... For services for October, 1898..
December 1... For services for November, 1898......

To Chesapeake and Potomac Tele

phone Company: May 5... For exchange rental for quarter

ending June 30, 1898.. July 12... For exchange rental for quarter

ending September 30, 1898......... October 5... For exchange rental for quarter

ending December 31, 1898..

To J. H. Medairy & Co.:
June 3...For stationery...

To Wm. J. C. Dulany Company:
June 11... For stationery..
November 17... For stationery.

To the J. W. Bond Company:
December 15... For printing blank forms...............

To L. Allison Wilmer, Adjutant

General and Major General Com-
Oct. I, '87 to manding:
Jan. 1, '98... For amount paid, Adjutant General,

for telegrams, postage, printing, Sept. 3, '97 to

etc
Jan. 4, '98... For amount paid for traveling ex-

penses and hotel bills of Adju-
tant General to and in Baltimore
and Baltimore county on matters
connected with the discipline,

equipment, etc., of the militia... May 11...For amount paid W. M. Holladay

for printing orders, etc.... May 17... For amount paid Wiley & Co. for

shelter tent (sample).... May

31... For amount paid A. B. Rutherford,

Clerk Court of Appeals, for cer-
tified copy Military Emergency

Fund law..
June 10... For amount paid Wiley & Co. for

two copies Davis' Military Law... Jan.I to Dec.2...For amount paid for telegrams and

for telephones messages from

points out of Annapolis........ Jan.4 to Dec.2....For amount paid for traveling ex

penses, hotel bills, etc., Adjutant
General and Major General Com-
manding, his officers and clerks,
Baltimore, Washington, Pimlico,
Fort Monroe, Philadelphia, Har-
risburg and Camp Meade, on
matters connected with the dis-
cipline and equipment of the
Militia

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FOR EXPENSES Connected with the TRANSPORTATION, SUBSISTENCE AND CARE OF INVALID SOLDIERS OF FIFTH REGIMENT.

To L. Allison Wilmer, Adjutant

General and Major General

Commanding:
September 8...For amount advanced by Governor

($1,000) and by said Wilmer
1$340.12), for car service, provi-
sions, attendance, etc., in send.
ing first detachment home from
the South.

$1,340 12
To Brigadier General Lawrason

Riggs:
September 14... For pay of special detail, (Brigade.

Headquarters) at time of remov

ing said soldiers to hospitals....... September 15... For certain expenses connected with removal and care of said soldiers

536 59 October 12... For the temporary aid of certain of

said soldiers not in hospital....... November 2... For account of car service, provisions,

attendance, etc., in fetching
second detachment home, and
for removing to hospitals............

2,265 39
To Captain S. R. Tregallas, Pay-

master, Fourth Regiment: October 3...For pay of special detail from Com

pany “H” in removing said
soldiers to hospitals ......

$4,320 70

38 60

50 00

90 00

FOR QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.

To Major Charles R. Spence,

Acting Quartermaster General:
March 25... For 100,000 ball cartridges, purchased

from Hartley and Graham .... $1,850 00
To Brigadier General Thomas
S. Mumford, Acting Quar-

termaster General:
April 29... For contingent and necessary ex-
penses of Camp Wilmer....

1,000 00 May 4... For incidental expenses of his Department ....

1,000 00 May

7... For incidental expenses of his
Department.

3,500 00
August 5... For his services, under orders, with
the Maryland National Guard.....

458 33 November 2... For rent of grounds at Pimlico, and

other expenses of his Department 2,125 36

To Thomas & Evans: September 13... For 3 bound books....

28 50

$9,962 19

$815 92

FOR SURGEON GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.

To Hynson, Westcott & Co.: September 14... For hospital and medical supplies...

To Jesse B. Riggs, Agent: October 2...For insurance on medical stores......

To Leonhardt Wagon Manu

facturing Co.: November 17... For storage and insurance ambulance and litters......

7 00

8 00

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$830 92

FOR BRIGADE HEADQUARTERS AND MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES OF

THE BRIGADE.

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To Brigadier General Lawrason

Riggs:
January 4... For Headquarter's expenses for

quarter ending March 31, 1898... January 4... For allowance, special inspection,

Fourth Regiment......
April 6...For Headquarter's expenses for

quarter ending June 30, 1898...... May 9... For printing orders, etc., by Guggen

heimer & Weil......
June 2... For pay of servant at hospital, Camp

Wilmer.....
June 2... For pay of himself and staff, services

at Canıp Wilmer...
June 6... For hire of horse for orderly, and for

pay of Examining Surgeons of

Fourth Regiment......
June 10...For bill for printing and stationery.
July 11... For Headquarter's expenses for

quarter ending September 30, 1898 September 14... For expenses of certain officers of

Fifth Regiment in recruiting,

Camp Wilmer
October 3... For Headquarter's expenses for quar-

ter ending December 31,1898... October 3... For services and pay of Captain

Keyser and Sergeant Putsche at
Camp Wilmer....
To Colonel John S. Saunders,

Brigade Inspector General:
January 4... For services and pay mustering in

Troop “A”...
May 2... For services and pay as Inspecting

and Mustering Officer.

To H. H. Mansbach:
April 6... For uniforms furnished disbanded

Company "B,” original Second
Battalion (old claim adjusted and
compromised).
To Captain J. W. Downey, As-

sistant Surgeon:
May 4....For services, pay, and expenses, ex-

amining officers and men Com-
pany "B," ist Regiment............

75 95

273 50

74 80

19 50

197 33

200 00

16 55

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May 9....For services and pay,examining men

of First Regiment.
To Captain S. Griffith Davis, As-

sistant Surgeon:
May ...For services and pay, examining offi-

cers of First Regiment and offi-
cers and men of Fourth and
Fifth Regiments......
To Captain D. F. Pennington,

Acting Assistant Quartermas

ter General:
June 11... For services and pay from May 29 to

June 30, 1898.........
November 17... For services for July, 1898.
November 17... For barrels, gas and breakage, Third

Battalion, Fourth Regiment.......
To Major Charles V. Starkloff,

Paymaster First Brigade:
July 14...For_pay of certain officers, Fourth

Regimeut, as recruiting officers...
November 17... For special services in paying troops

To Felix Johnston:
September 14....For four days' labor at Camp Wilmer

To Captain J. B. Schwatka, As

sistant Surgeon:
August 11... For services and pay in examining

Troop “A”
October 5... For services and pay in examining

new recruits, Troop “A....
To Dr. W. B. Morrison, Hagers-

town:
August 11... For examining recruits, First Regi-

ment..

To C. H. Hargett:
August II...For storing and hauling lumber at

Frederick ....
To William D. Bowers Lumber

Company:
October 12... For material, teams and hauling ......

To the New York Clothing

House:
October 15... For uniforms for Brigade Staff, Sig.

nal Corps, Troop "A," and First
and Fifth Regiments ......

To Captain George F. Haupt:
November 17... For subsistence of his men before

entering service of United States

To Charles B. Kennedy: December 1... For twelve water barrels for use at

Camp Wilmer.....

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Total General Account. .......

$24,819 82

FOURTH REGIMENT ACCOUNT.

To Colonel Willard Howard:
12... For armory expenses for quarter

ending March 31, 1898. .... $1,500 00

January

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