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4 [Mark 4 mod. 3 formerly known as 4-inch mount mark 4a.]

167]

168} [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]
169J

[170] 4-inch pedestal mounts, mark 8, including 4-inch pedestal
mounts, mark 8, mod. 1 and 2. Oct. 1903. 4

171)

172} [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]
173J
174

[175] 4.7-inch R. F. breech mechanism, mark M (Maxim-Nordenfelt,
mark 1, U. S. N.), mark 2 (Welin). Apr. 1903. 4

\ [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]

[178] Description of 5-inch guns, mark 1-5. Aug. 1902. 4

179

180
[181] 5-inch mark 2 R. F. breech mechanism. Oct. 1902. 4

182 Feb. 1907

Same. Apr. 1907 *

183

184
[185] 5-inch mark 5 rapid-fire recoil mount. Sept. 1903. 4

186J

\f s \ [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]

189J



820



Classification
no.

N18.7:
(nos.)



N18. ORDNANCE BUREAU Continued

Ordnance pamphlets Continued

[190] 5-inch pedestal mount, mark 8, including 5-inch pedestal mount,

mark 8, modification 1. Nov. 1903. 4
[191] 5-inch pedestal mount, mark 9, modification 1, and 5-inch mount,

mark 9. Jan. 1904. 4

192 Apr. 1907 *
Same. May, 1907

193 *
194

[195] 6-inch guns, mark 1-4, 6. Oct. 1902. 4 [Plate 1 belonging to
Ordnance pamphlet 195 and the unnumbered plate belonging
to Ordnance pamphlet 212 are erroneously interchanged in the
two publications.]

196 Apr. 1907 *
Same. May, 1907

[197] 6-inch mark 7 gun, 40-caliber, manufactured by Bethlehem Steel
Company. Nov. 1903. 4

198

[199] 6-inch gun, mark 8. Dec. 1904. *

2001

IJJH [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]

203J

[204] 6-inch breech mechanism, mark 3. Dec. 1902. 4*

205 [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]

[206] 6-inch mark 5 breech mechanism, Elswick. Sept. 1903. 4*
207

[208] 6-inch mark 6 breech mechanism, Vickers quick-fire type of
breech mechanism. Oct. 1903. 4

2091

210 \ [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]

211J

[212] Deck mounts, 6-inch, mark 3. Oct. 1902. 4 [Plate 1 belonging
to Ordnance pamphlet 195 and the unnumbered plate belonging
to Ordnance pamphlet 212 are erroneously interchanged in the
two publications.]

[213] 6-inch mount, central pivot, mark 4. Dec. 1902. 4

[214] 6-inch mark 5 rapid-fire recoil mount. Sept. 1903. 4

Ugl [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]

[217] 6-inch mount, mark 8, Armstrong pedestal mount. Oct. 1903. 4*
2181
ooni [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]

__U I

22lJ

222 *

[223] 7-inch gun, mark 1, 45-caliber. Sept. 1903. 4
[224] 7-inch mark 2 45-caliber gun. Sept. 1903. 4

225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234



[Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]



821



Classification
no.

N18.7:
(noa.)



Ms. ORDNANCE BUREAU Continued

Ord nance pamphlets Continued

2351

236

237

238

239

240> [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]

241

242

243

244

245

246 May, 1907
Same. June, 1907

247 Apr. 1907 *
Same. June, 1907

248

249 *

250

[251] 8-inch guns, mark 1-4. Oct. 1902. 4
[252] 8-inch gun, mark 5. Sept. 1903. 4

253

254 \ [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.1

255J

[256] 8-inch breech mechanism, mark 1 and 2. Oct. 1902. 4
[257] 8-inch breech mechanism, mark 3. Feb. 1903. 4
[258] 8-inch breech mechanism, mark 4. Feb. 1903. 4
[259] 8-inch mark 5 breech mechanism. Dec. 1904. *

2601

262[ t Not issued U P to Dec -
263J

[264] 8-inch mark 7 spring-return mount and installation in turrets,
8-inch double ammunition hoist mark 7, 8-inch turrets with
turning and controlling gear for mark 7 mount, Indiana, Massa-
chusetts, and Oregon. June, 1903. 4
265 *

[266] 8-inch center-pivot spring-return mounts, marks 10 and 11. June,
1903. 4

2gg} [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]

[269] 8-inch ammunition hoist, mark 8, Brooklyn and Iowa. Feb.
1903. 4

270

271 *

272

273 *
[274] 10-inch guns, marks 1 and 2. Nov. 1902. 4

2751

277! [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]

278J

[279] 10-inch breech mechanism, mark 5, breech-loading rifle. Feb.

1903. 4
2801
281

282) [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]
283
284J



822



Classification
no.

N18.7:
(nos.)



N18. ORDNANCE BUREAU Continued

Ordnance pamphlets Continued

[285] 10-inch ammunition hoist, mark 2, Amphitrite, Monadnock, and
Monterey. Feb. 1903. 4

2861

287 [ [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]

288J
[289] 12-inch guns, marks 1, 2, and 3. Dec. 1902. 4

290

291

292

293

[294] 12-inch breech mechanism, mark 5. Nov. 1902. 4
[295] 12-inch breech mechanism, mark 6. Dec. 1904. *

[Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]

Iowa's 12-inch turrets: 12-inch mark 3 spring-return mount;
12-inch mark 3 ammunition hoist; Loading gear 12-inch mark 3
mount; Handling room; Turret turning and control gear; Hy-
draulic plant and connections. July, 1903. 4



[Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]



301

302

303 *

[304] 13-inch guns, marks 1 and 2. Dec. 1902. 4

305 [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]

[306] 13-inch breech mechanism, mark 1 B. L. R. Feb. 1903. 4

[307] 13-inch breech mechanism, mark 2. Nov. 1902. 4

[Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]

[310] 13-inch spring-return mount, mark 4, Illinois, Alabama, and Wis-
consin. Jan. 1905. *

311

312

313)

314 \ [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]

315]
[316] Nomenclature of U. S. navy torpedoes, etc. Apr. 1905. *

317 * [Confidential. See, for addendum, Ordnance pamphlet 319.]

318 *
319

[320] Description of Bliss-Lea vitt 5m. X 21-inch mark 1 torpedo.
May, 1905. * [See, for addendum, Ordnance pamphlet 321.]

320 Same. Aug. 1907 4 [Supersedes Ordnance pamphlet 320,

May, 1905, and Ordnance pamphlet 321.]

321 [Superseded by Ordnance pamphlet 320, Aug. 1907.]

[322] U. S. navy torpedo gyro gears, mark 1, and mark 1, model 1.
Apr. 1905. *

323 [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]
[324] Bliss-Leavitt gyro gear, mark 3.

325 [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]
[326] 18-inch submerged torpedo tube.

327 * [Confidential.]

328 [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]
329

[330] Bliss type 3 compressor, single steam cylinder, three-stage air
compression. Mar. 1903. 4



July, 1905. * [Confidential.]
Nov. 1903. 4



Clatuilflcatlon


NIK. ORDNANCE BUREAU Contimn


llu.




N18.7:


Ordnance pamphlets Comma. <1


(DOB.)


:;:;!


[Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]




332






[333] Rand type 5 air compressor. Apr. 1903. 4




|:W-1| Mark 3 :iir riimprrssnr. July, 1905. 4




335


*




336






[337] Countermines May, 1905. * [Confidential.]




jjj|} [Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]




[340] Naval defense mine. May, 1905. * [Confidential.




341


[Confidential.]




342


[Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]




343






344


*




345


* [Confidential.]




346






347


[Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]




348.






349


*




350


*




351






352






353






354






355


[Not issued up to Dec. 31, 1909.]




356






357






358






359






360




N18.8:


Naval ordnance papers


(nos.)


[The series title and numbers for the publications entered below are

( ! iV.if 1






[1 ] Gunpowder as element in problem of modern ordnance, influence of
density on its explosive action, and densimeter, its uses and
adjustments; [with] Prismatic powder, lecture delivered before
scientific society at Pola, by Captain Monfroni, translated from
German by William M. Folger. 1872.

2 Pressure and impact of guns. [1872?]

[3] Mode of fabricating 15-inch guns contracted for with Knap Fort Pitt
Foundry, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1870 and 1871; [by Robert F. Brad-
ford]. 1872.

[4] Determination of time of flight of projectiles by means of electric
clepsydra, by P. Le Bouleng6; translated by J. D. Marvin.
1873.
[Discontinued.)

N19. STEAM ENGINEERING BUREAU

Established under act to reorganize Navy Department approved July 5, 1862 (Stat. L. v. 12, p. 510).]



N19.1:

(date)

N19.1":

(CT)



Annual reports

[No report was made for 1803, estimates only being submitted.
1864-1909, in annual reports of Navy Department (Nl.l:), and usually issued sepa-
rately also.]

Annual reports (separates)



824



Classification
no.

N19.2:

A15

An8



As3
B63 1

B63 2
B63 3

C63
C79

H43 1
H43 2

L66



M29



M41 1

M41 2

M95

R26

St3



V51
V56



N19.3:

(nos.)
N19.4:

(date)



N19.5:

(CT)



N19. STEAM ENGINEERING BUREAU- Continued

General publications

Allowances established for vessels, under Bureau of Steam Engineering.

1877.
Anthracite, steamer. Report of board of United States naval engineers

[Charles H. Loring, S. L. P. Ayres, and Geo. W. Magee] on

machinery of steamer Anthracite, Nov. 5, 1880. 1880.
Ashcroft furnace-doors and grate-bars. 1878.
Bolts. Report of board to recommend standard gauge for bolts, nuts,

and screw-threads for Navy, May, 1868. 1875.
Boiler bracing. Report on experiments in boiler bracing. 1879.
Boiler braces. Report on experiments to ascerlai u proportions for ends

of boiler braces. 1880.
Coal. Report on the 2 kinds of coal submitted by Chesapeake and

Ohio Railroad Coal Agency. 1878.
Copper alloys [and purposes for which they will be used]. May 2, 1906.

narrow 8

Herreshoff boiler. Report on Herreshoff boiler, Jan. 12, 1878. 1878.
Herreshoff boiler. Report of Board of Naval Engineers on Herreshoff

boiler and system of machinery for steam yachts, steam launches,

etc., Dec. 22, 1879. 1880.

Liquid Fuel Board. Report of Naval Liquid Fuel Board of tests con-
ducted on Hohenstein water tube boiler, showing relative

evaporative efficiencies of coal and liquid fuel under forced and

natural draft conditions. 1904. large 8
Mallory steering and propelling screw. Report of Board of Naval

Engineers on Mallory steering and propelling screw, as applied

to torpedo boat Alarm, Jan. 31, 1882. 1882.
Material. General instructions for inspection of material coming under

cognizance of Bureau of Steam Engineering. [May, 1898.] 12*
Same. [June 7, 1898.] 12

Murphy grate bar. Report on Murphy grate bar. 1878.
Regulations, circulars, orders, and decisions relating to naval engineer

corps, from organization until Mar. 1865. 1865. 16
Steam machinery. Instructions to commanding and engineer officers

for care and preservation of steam machinery of naval vessels.

[1879.]
Vedette boats. Report made Aug. 9, 1882, by B. F. Isherwood, on

vedette boats constructed for British and French navies by

Herreshoff Manufacturing Company, at Bristol, R. I. 1882.
Ventilation. Report [of board] on D. C. Green's system of ventilation

[B. F. Isherwood, Theo. Zeller, and Henry L. Snyder, members].

1879.

Bulletins

[None issued.]
Circulars (unnumbered)

[Prior to 1893, unnumbered circulars were issued by this bureau as necessary in
connection with its work. Since that date, under article 1G14 of Regulations
for government of Navy, 1893, all such information and instructions are included
in the various series issued by the Secretary of the Navy.

The Public Documents Library has none of these circulars and no complete file
could be consulted. The series as listed below Is compiled from the list found
on p. 285 of General orders and circulars issued by Navy Department, 1863-87
(N1.2:G28), which see for subject matter of the circulars.]



1877, Apr. 27 *
Oct. 12 *

1878, June 3 *
Dec. 1 *



188?} [None issued.]
1882, June 6 *



1879 [None issued.]
Specifications



1883, Oct.
Nov.



1884 [None issued.]

1885, Jan. 30 *

1886, Aug. 16 *
Aug. 20 *

1887-1893 *






naHMlflrali,.n
no.



Nlf). STEAM ENGINEERING BUREAU-Oontinued



(date)









tNl!>.7:



and stations of naval Inspectors of

inn m;i irriu I ;m<l of inspectors of machinery
for Navy 4

(Printed at irregular intervals in small numbers for use by the Bureau of Steam



The Public Documents Library has no issuos prior to that of Dec. 18, 1905, and the
only information which tlie bureau can furnish conrerniiin prior issues i* Hi -
date when requisition was made lor printing. It is probable that in some cases
the actual date of publication was a month later than the requisition date used
in the list below. The exact wording of the. title of these earlier issues is also
mm rtain.]

List and stations of naval inspectors of machinery and of engineering
material

1901, Sept.? * 1 !or>, Apr.? *

1902, Apr.? * Aug.? *

1903, June? * I 18

Nov.? * 1906, June 15

1904, July? * 1907, Apr. 1

1905, Feb.? * Aug. 31

List and stations of naval inspectors of engineering material and of
inspectors of machinery for Navy

1908, Mar. 31
Oct. 1

1909, Nov.? *



N20. SUPPLIES AND ACCOUNTS BUREAU

[Established as Bureau of Provisions and Clothing by act approved Aug. 31, 1842. By act approved
July 19, 1892: the name \v ; \x changed to Supplies and' Accounts Bureau. The paymaster-general of the
Navy is the chief of this bureau.)



N20.1:

(date)

N20.2:

B47 1



B47 2

B47 3
B64 1

B64 2
B64 3
B64 4
B64
C77 1

C77 2

C81

G89



Annual reports of paymaster-general

[1842-1909, in annual reports of Navy Department (Nl.l:), and usually issued
separately also. The reports for 1908 and 1909 as given in the Navy Department
report do not include Schedules of proposals received.]

General publications

Bidders. [Decision of Navy Department construing sec. 3719, Revised

statutes, relative to written guarantee with proposals for naval

supplies published for information of bidders.] July 9, 1900.

12

Bidders. Notice to bidders [announcing change of times of deliveries

of goods]. Jan. 18, 1902. 12
Same. May 20, 1902. 12
Books and blanks. List of books and blanks furnished by Bureau of

Supplies and Accounts. Mar. 1, 1899.
Same. Apr. 1, 1902.
Same. July 1, 1905.
Same. July 1, 1908.
Same. Nov. 1, 1909.
Cookbook. General mess manual and cookbook for use on board

vessels of Navy. 1902.
Same. 1904.

Correspondents. Suggestions to correspondents. June 23, 1906.
Groceries, annual contracts for fiscal year 1908. July 15, 1907. 12



f Since the abolishment of the Bureau of Equipment, July 1, 1910, the List of
wireless telegraph stations has been published by the Bureau of Steam Engineerinc:,
beginning with the issue corrected to Oct. 1, 1910. This necessitates an additional
class under N19., the series title of which is as follows:
N19.7: List of wireless telegraph stations of the world
(date) See, for earlier lists, N5.2:W74 7 - 10 .



826



Classification
no.

N20.2:

In? 1



In7 :
In7'

P29
R13
R26
Su7



V63 1

V63 2
V63 3

V63 4



V63 5



N20.3:

(nos.)
N20.4:

(date)



N20. SUPPLIES AND ACCOUNTS BUREAU Cont'd

General publications Continued

Inspectors. Instructions for inspectors in charge of stores, naval
storekeepers, and pursers. Washington, A. O. P. Nicholson,
1855. large 8

Inspectors. Instructions for government of inspectors-in-charge of
stores, naval storekeepers, paymasters, and assistant paymasters.
1862. large 8

[Instructions relating to funds for purchasing pay officers and yard
paymasters to be drawn for under General account of advances,
effective after June 30, 1907.] Apr. 27, 1907. 4

Pay tables. Navy pay table. Sept. 1, 1908. oblong 8 [Replaces in
part Pay tables for use of pay officers (N20.5:).]

Raleigh, U. S. S. Outfit and allowance of stores for U. S. ship Raleigh.
June, 1894. 4 [Blank book.]

Regulations for government of officers of Navy in matters relating to
pay department. 1878. 4

Supply fund. Manual of naval supply fund; by G. P. Dyer. 1903.

Vessels of Navy, Mar. 3, 1883-June 30, 1900, Cost of (note).

[By resolution adopted Feb. 21, 1901, the Senate requested the Secretary of the Navy
to furnish information relative to expenditures for the increase of the Navy,
giving list of vessels authorized by Congress beginning with the act of Mar. 3,
1883, with amounts appropriated and expended, including plans, construction,
armament, equipment, inspection, and repairs, etc., to June 30, 1900, and the
estimated amount to be expended upon unfinished vessels from that date.
These statistics were compiled by the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts as Statements
A-D, and were published with the letters of transmittal as Senate document 175.
57th Congress, 1st session, serial no. 4234. Each statement alone was also issued
by the bureau as listed below under N20.2:V63 1 - 4 .J

Vessels. Statement A, finished vessels, June 30, 1900. Feb. 4, 1902.
lanre 4 [In 4234-175] [See, for Statement A extended to Dec.
31, 1901, N20.2:V63 6 .]

Vessels. Statement B, unfinished vessels. June 30, 1900. Feb. 4, 1902.
f [In 4234-175]

Vessels. Statement C, cost of plans, etc., for each vessel authorized
under bureaus of Equipment, Ordnance, Construction and
Repair, and Steam Engineering. Feb. 4, 1902. narrow f [In
4234-175]

Vessels. Statement D, showing number of inspectors, draftsmen,
assistant draftsmen, skilled laborers, and all other employees in
drafting rooms and clerical departments employed at various
ship-building plants and navy-yards, total cost of this service for
each of bureaus of Equipment, Ordnance, Construction and
Repair, and Steam Engineering. Feb. 4, 1902. 4 [In 4234-
175]

Vessels. Statement showing cost of finished vessels authorized since,
and including, act of Mar. 3, 1883; Statement A, Senate docu-
ment 175, [57th] Congress, [1st] session, extended to Dec. 31, 1901.
Mar. 20, 1902. large 4 [Erroneously printed 56th Congress, 2d
session. This revised statement is not in Congressional set. See,
for earlier issue of Statement A, N20.2IV63 1 .]

Bulletins

[None issued.]
Circulars (unnumbered)

[Prior to 1893, unnumbered circulars were issued by this bureau as necessary in con-
nection with its work. Since that date under article 1614 of Regulations for gov-
ernment of Navy, 1893, all such information and instructions are included in the
various series issued by the Secretary of the Navy.

The Public Documents Library has none of these circulars and no complete file could
be consulted. The series as listed below is compiled from the list as found on
p. 283 of General orders and circulars issued by Navy Department, 1863-87
(N1.2:G28), which see for subject matter of the circulars.]



1876, Mar. 25 *
Aug. 4 *

1877, Mar. 7 *



1877, Apr. 29 *
May 10 *
1878 [None issued.]



1879, Feb. 20 '
Apr. 14 *
Nov. 18 *



827



NJO. SUPPLJES AND ACCOUNTS BUREAU Cont'd



no.




N'JO.-I :


Circulars i iiiiiiiiiiilicriMi i ('.iiiiiniird


(date)


1880, Apr. L'I; 188S,.!un- II * 1885, Aug. 5 *




June If, IW. .\ * Oct. 29 *




Nov. 10 !'>. r, * 1886, Nov. 2 *




Nov. 30 issi, i-Vb. 6 * Dec. 2 *




Dec. 21 nr. 15 * Dec. 16 *




1881, May 16 Dec. 19 * 1887-1893 *




1882, Dec. 11 1885, Jan. 21 *




1883, Mar. 30 Jan. 22


N20.5:


Pay tables for use of pay officers 4*


(date)


Pay and tax tables for use of paymasters




1862




1864




1867




1869




Pay tables for use of paymasters




1871




Pay tables for use of pay officers




1882




1899




1901




Same, addenda, Rates of pay of clerks, writers, etc., divided into




semi-monthly payments on basis of 30 days per month, oblong




large 8 *




[No more issued up to Dec. 31, 1909. Replaced in part by the publication entitled
Navy pay tables, Sept. 1, 1908 (N20.2:F29).]


N20.6 ' :


Specifications


(CT)




N20.6 2 :

(date)


Index to Specifications issued by Navy Depart-
ment for naval stores and materials 12




1907




1908




1909




1910; corrected to Dec. 31, 1909


N20.7 ' :


Memoranda for information of officers of Pay


(nos.)


Corps, commanding officers of ships, and
commandants of stations 12 [Monthly.]




[Memoranda 1 was issued June 1, 1902; prior to that time, similar information had
been issued as nos. 18-21 of Navy Department Special orders, 2d series, 1900-05
(N1.1G2:). Semimonthly until no. :?!, S-pt. I, i<, after which the title was




changed as below and the issues became, monthly.




Beginning With Special orders 18-21, ptiyenumlK-rs run consecutively through Memo-
randa 54, when a new series of page numbers begins, which, with the excep-




tion of a few irregularities, runs consecutively through Memoranda 105, the last




listed here.]




Memoranda for information of officers of Pay Corps




1 9 17 25




2 10 18 26




3 11 19 27




4 12 20 28




5 13 21 29




6 14 22 30




7 15 23 31




8 16 24




Memoranda for information of officers of Pay Corps, commanding offi-




cers of ships, and commandants of stations




32 36 40




33 37 41




:u 38 42




35 39 43



828



N20.7 1 :

(DOS.)



N20.7 2 :

(date)



N20.8:

907 l

907 2

N20.9:

(nos.)



N20. SUPPLIES AND ACCOUNTS BUREAU Cont'd

Memoranda for information of officers of Pay
Corps, commanding officers of ships, and
commandants of stations Continued

44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68

Index [to] Memoranda for information of officers
of Pay Corps [etc.] 12

1902 8 [Indexes Navy Department Special orders 18-21, and Memo-
randa 1-14.]

1904 [Indexes Navy Department Special orders 18-21, and Memo-
randa 1-40.]

1905 [Indexes Navy Department Special orders 18-21, and Memo-
randa 1-54.]

1907 [Indexes Navy Department Special orders 18-21, and Memo-
randa 1-75.]

1908 [Indexes Navy Department Special orders 18-21, and Memo-
randa 1-87.1

1909 [Indexes Navy Department Special orders 18-21, and Memo-
randa 1-106.]

Circular letters

Circular letter [directing that on July 1, 1907, all material which has
been purchased from annual appropriations, with stated excep-
tions, be transferred to naval supply fund]. June 6, 1907. 4

Circular letter [concerning system of accounting under naval establish-
ment]. June 17, 1907. 4

Notice of purchases [of miscellaneous materials,
etc.] f

[1] [Apr.-, 1907] [For fuel, etc.; bids to be opened May 14, 1907.]
[2] [Apr.-, 1907] [For provisions, provender, and ice; bids to be
opened May 14, 1907.]



69






87






70






88






71






89






72






90






73






91






74






92






75






93








Same,


supplement


94






7(5






95






77






96






78






97








Same,


supplement f


98






79






99






SO


Same


, supplement


81








A




82


Same


, supplement


83








B


t


84


Same


, supplement


85


ot


86






100








Same,
Same,


supplement
supplement


101
102






At


103








Same,


supplement


104








B




105









\*
4
5
6


Apr. 18, 1907 [7'
Apr. 20, 1907 [8
Apr. 27, 1907 [9 =
May 2, 1907 [10 1


May 6, 1907 *
May 11, 1907
May 13,1907
May 15, 1907


11
12
13
14


May 17, 1907
May 21, 1907
May 31, 1907
June 5, 1907



f Title reads: Memoranda for information and guidance of commandants and heads
of departments of navy yards and stations, commanding officers of ships, engineer-
ing, navigating, pay officers, etc.



829



n.-issiiiraiioii Ni!O. sriM'LIKS


AM) A< ( OINTS ISritKAT MI -!


no.


















N20.>:


Notice


of pur<-h:i-<('^


[of


mi sec ll;i M cons m.iUT hi Is,


(noe.)


Otc.) Continued






i:>


June


10, 1907


7S,


IT!,.


13,


I'.IOS


111,


Dec.


7, 1908






Hi


Juno


20, 1907


79,


Feb.


20,


1908


1 12,


Dec.


i:>, 1908






17


June


22, 1907


80,


1 , t>.


28,


1908


1 [:;,


Dec.


is, 1908






IS


.) unc


24, 1907


81,




29,


1908


144,


Dec.


22, 1908






III


July


1, 1907


82,


Mar.


7,


1908


1 1.,,


!>,.


23, 11)08






20


July


0, 1907


83,


Mar.


14,


1908


110,


Dec.


30, 1908






21


July


S, 1!>07 *


84,


Mar.


21,


I'.IOS


147,


Jan.


8, 1909






22


July


l.\ 1907 *


85,


Mar.


24,


1908


Us,


Jan.


8, 1909






23


July


16, 1907


86,


Mar.


28,


1908


149,


Jan.


14, 1909






24


July


22, 1907


87,


Apr.


3,


1908


150,


Jan.


21, 1909






25


July


29, 1907


88,


Apr.


4,


1908


151,


Jan.


21, 1909






20


Aug.


1, 1907


89,


Apr.


10,


1908


152,


Jan.


28, 1909






27


Aug.


5, 1907


90,


Apr.


11,


1908


153,


Feb.


2, 190!)






28


Aug.


12, 1907


91,


Apr.


16,


1908


154,


Feb.


4, 1909






2!)


Aug.


13, 1907


92,


Apr.


17,


1908


155,


Feb.


10, 1909






30


Aug.


17, 1907


93,


Apr.


20,


1908


156,


Feb.


10, 1909






:n


Aug.


24, 1907


94,


Apr.


23,


1908


157,


Feb.


18, 1909






32


Aug.


26, 1907


95,


Apr.


24,


1908


158,


Feb.


25, 1909






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