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3 stools. 2 mail-bilgs. 9 soap-dishes. 3 step-ladılers. 1 towels.

I tire-fender. 2 fire-pokers. 1 fire-bool. 1 tire-tongs. 1 drop-light. glauterus. 100 feet buse.

1 hose-carriage. 14 window-shades. 627 volumes congressional documents.

87 volumes Congressional Globe.
375 copies miscellaneous books.
172 pamphlets, (miscellaneous.)

3 fire-screens.
13 stoves.
14 chair-cushions.
13 coal-scuttles.
13 pieces zinc.
1 saddle.

WAR DEPARTMENT, SURGEON GENERAL'S OFFICE,

Washington, D. C., December 5, 1870. Sir: In accordance with a request from your office, dated December 2, 1870, I have the honor to transmit an inventory of the property on band at this office.

Tiis inveutory does not include contents of the Army Medical Museum proper and of the laboratory. Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

J. K. BARNES,

Surgeon General U. S. A. Hou. SECRETARY OF WAR,

Washington, D. C.

SURGEON GENERAL'S OFFICE.

13 door-mats.

9 rugs.

20 office chairs.
15 revolving chairs.

6 arm-chairs.
170 desks.
80 tables.
5 stands.
2 marble-top stands.
2 lounges.
9 clocks
15 stoves.
5 shovels.
4 tongs.
15 pokers.
4 Gre-screens.
4 itöders.
20 cial-senttles.

1 cual-sieve.
15 washstands.
14 bowls and pitchers.
9 water-coolers.
9 buckets.
15 umblers.
20 spittoons.
baskets.
tbalsteads.
4 attresses.
2 pillows.
19 blankets.
3 carpets, (Brussels.)
50 widow-cartaius.
2i window-awpiugs.

2 iron safes.
2 umbrella-stands.
13 looking-glasses.
10 step-laiders.
5 ice-pitchers.
3 call-bells.

1 watering-pot.
100 feet of hose.

3 SDW-shovels.
2 spailes.
2 rakes.
1 scythe.
1 flag.
4 lust-brushes.
6 feather dusters.
3 whisk brooms.
13 brooms.
1 window-brush.
1 dust-pan.
72 towels.
18 sets of pigeon-holes.

4 sets of book-shelves.
15 book-cases.
18 engravings and photographs, framed.

1 book-rack.
9,933 books.

3 map-boxes.
2 racks for portfolios.

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WAR DEPARTMENT,

Washington, D. C., December 7, 1870. Sir: In compliance with a circular from the War, Department dated December 2, 1870, I have the honor to transmit herewith an inventory of the property belonging to the United States in this office, together with the present condition and valuation of the same. I have the honor to be, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

J. H. BAXTER,

Assistant Medical Purveyor U. S. A. Hon. W. W. BELKNAP,

Secretary of War.

OFFICE ASSISTANT MEDICAL PURVEYOR.

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Desks, mahogany, covered
Desks, black walnut, closed
Desks, cherry, closed
Desks, oak, covered
Desk, standing, walnut, covered.
Tables, oak, covered
Tables, black walnut, covered.
Chairs, revolving, cane seat
Chairs, revolving, cane seat.
Chairs, cane seat..
Stool, revolving, cane seat.
Book-shelves, pine
Step-ladder, piue.
Stands, small
Wardrobe, pine.
File cases, pine.
Book and file case, black walnut
Fire-screens
Wash-stand, marble-top
Wash-stand, plain
Wash-bowls and pitchers.
Drawing.table, oak
Drawing-board, black walnut
Letter-press.

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WAR DEPARTMENT, PAYMASTER GENERAL'S OFFICE,

Washington, September 13, 1870. Sir: Iu compliance with the act of July 15, 1870, I have the honor to inclose herewith an inventory of property belonging to the United States in the possession of this office. I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

B. W. BRICE,

Paymaster General. Hon. SECRETARY OF WAR.

PAYMASTER GENERAL'S OFFICE.

42 desks. 45 tables. 10 book-cases.

16 washi-stands, bowls, and pitchers.
104 chairs.
15 stools.

7 looking-glasses.
4 Fälti-coolers and stands.
14 stores
1 portable furnace.

1 wardrobe.
52 fire-buckets.
10 pigeon-hole cases.
3 tire-screens.
3 horses.
1 double set of harness.
1 small ottice carriage.
1 spring-wagon.

feri of bose. 36ks pitures.

OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS,

Washington, D. C., December 5, 1870. GENERAL: I have the honor to inclose an "inventory of all the property belonging to the United States in the building, rooms, offices, and grounds" occupied as office of Chief of Engineers, called for by act approved July 15, 1870. In addition thereto I send an inventory of instruments, copper-plates, lithographic stones, lake survey charts, &c., in charge of Major Wheeler, on duty in this office, belonging to appropriations therefor; also an inventory of property belonging to the Washington Aqueduct, in charge of Major Elliot, and an inventory of property belonging to the public buildings and grounds in charge of Major Michler. The property in charge of these three officers is regularly retaried and accounted for to this office in the same manner as all other property of the Engineer Department of the Army. Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

A. A. HUMPUREYS,

Brigadier General and Chief of Engineers. Hon. W. W. BELKNAP,

Secretary of War.

OFFICE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS,

6 arm-rests. 1 atlas (Mitchell's, 1858.) 1 revolving book-shelf. 7 bok-cases. I book-rack. 6 venetian blinds. I brush. 5 brooms, 1 bair broom. 5 paste-brushes. le drawing-boards. Hila-kets.

file-borte. 10 buckets.

I pairs of bellows. eupboard cases.

cond cases. tages for blanks. Araws containing drawings. patent file-cases.

fases for type. er for rule. 2 chocks. llam compass. 1 cork-screw. 17 carpets. 2 (all-bells. 6 calendars.

114 chairs.

8 French boxwood curves,
3 clothes-whisks.
2 cushions for chairs.
1 sample uniform coat.
2 coal scuttles.
3 cabinets for type and small font.
23 desks.
12 dnsters.
1 dispatch box.
1 City Directory:

1 dictionary.
| 2647 executive documents.

22 Second Comptroller's digests.
2 boxes of drawing instruments.
2 framed engravings.
1 tin envelope case.
4 wire files.
9 printing galleys, with furniture.
2 bones.
1 portable hat-rack.

2 small hammers.
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2 pieces of India ink.
3 imposing stones.
9 step-ladders.
3 letter-presses.
6 looking-glasses.
2 letter-tiles.

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5 mucilage-stands.
5 small mirrors.
13 mattings for rooms.
21 foot-mats.
16 Coast Survey maps, (framed.)
1 model of “Fremie."
2 model guns protected by iron.
1 model gun and embrasure.
5

map cases.
3 maps of Washington.
2 mail-bags.
1 large map-box.
29 pieces of oil-cloth.
1 ice-pitcher.

6 framed pictures. 2,175 volumes of professional books. 500 volumes of miscellaneous pamphlets.

2 paste-pots.
12 sable-hair pencils.
1 dust-pan.
3 printing presses.
2 United States Army Regulations.
4 racks for type-cases.
13 foot-rugs.

1 printing-roller and molds. 730 volumes of annual reports. 14 pamphlet Statutes at Large. 1 tire-proof safe.

Public property belonging to appropriation " for purchase and repair of instruments," for

general distribution to officers of the Corps of Engineer8, accounted for on the property returns of Major J. B. Wheeler.

6 tape lines. 8 metal triangles. 22 telescopes. 1 large telescope. 2 pocket sextants. 1 prismatic compass. 1 chronograph. 1 aneroid barometer. 1 barometer, (cistern.) 2 metal foot-scales. 1 meter scale. 1 metal scale, (vara.) 2 arm protractors. 4 metal protractors. 11 horn protractors.

Public property belonging to appropriation" for printing charts of lake survey," Sc., for dis

tribution to navigators, 8c., accounted for on the property returns of Major J. B. Wheeler

Corps of Engineers. 71 copper-plates, (engraved.)

3 screens. 4 stoves, with tongs, shovel, and poker. I ivory sector. 5 wooden straight-edges. 11 steel straight-edges. 8 stools. 5 office stamps. 34 spittoons.

6 boxwood scales.
20 saucers for mixing colors.
1 standard meter scale.
1 German-silver scale.
1 ivory scale.
45 tables.
5 thermometers.
5 steel triangles.
8 wooden triangles.
3 pairs of trestles.
8 tumblers.
4 drawing-tables.
21 washstands and furniture.
2 water-coolers and stand.
1 Wilme's Treaties on Mapping, &c.
3 boxes of water-colors.
8 window shades.
2 window curtains.
1 wardrobe.

7 scales, wooden.
12 scales, ivory.
3 beam compasses.
1 planimeter.
2 pantographs.
1 ruling machine.
1 transit theodolite.
1 anvil, (engraver's.)
3 sets drawing instruments.
86 pairs dividers.
6 chronometers, (N. W. boundary.)
2 pocket chronometers.
1 magnifier.
4 steel rules.

1 grinding table. 1 steel-plate, (engraved.)

3 oil-cans. 3 lithographic presses.

1 iron rule. 75 lithographic stones.

2 color stones. 2 lithographic slabs.

3 ranges. 4 lithographic rollers.

10,000 printed maps.

Property pertaining to the Washington Aqueduct, in charge of Major George H. Elliot, Corps

of Engineers, United States Army, December 3, 1870.

1 borse.
1 cart.
2 transits.
6 levels.
3 leveling-rods.
? draughting-tables.

draughting-boards. 4 folios for maps. 2 tin tield-cases for maps. 2 cases for maps. book and tile cases. ö large desks. I walnut table. I common table. 6 ottice chairs. 1 letter-press and stand. 2 wasie-paper baskets. 5 paper-weights. I calendar. I match-box, 1 post-office and delivery box. 1 eraser. 3 inkstands. 2 paper-cutters. 2 paper-holders.

ped-racks. 12 sbovels. & wheelbarrows. 7 picks. 4 hand-saws. 1 axe. 4 monker-wrenches. I hand-wrenches. 6 calking tools. 2 packing irons.

2 hammers. 8 cold chisels. 2 chisels. 1 hatchet. 1 drawing-knife. 2 augers. 2 braces. 2 planes. 2 squares. 1 adze. 6 crowbars. 1 claw-hammer. 1 hoe. 1 rake. 1 pitchfork. 9 stop-cock keys. 2 fire-plug keys. 7 buckets. 1 trowel. 1 paint-pot. 2 lead-ladles. 1 sledge. 2 tackle-blocks. 13 kegs of paint. 1 jack-screw. 1 ladder. 5 oil-cans. 2 water-coolers. 2 stoves. 2 clocks. 3 lanterns. 2 metallic boats. 1 vehicle. 2 road-scrapers.

GEORGE H. ELLIOT,

Major of Engineers.

Peturn of engineer property for public buildings, grounds, and works for quarter ending 30th June, 1870, rendered by Brevet Brigadier General N. Michler, Major of Engineers U. S. A.

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