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THIRTY—SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 112. 1852. 117 ilnlefvery respect complete, for the entrance of Mobile Bay, four thousand 0 ars. For six large iron can and nun-buoys, to be properly distinguished, and to be moored at points off the west bank, the middle ground, and the south-west point of the Spit, two thousand one hundred dollars. For a buoy on the north-west-end of North·West Pelican Shoal, two hundred dollars. For four wooden beacons fitted with sixth order Fresnel lenses or with a single twenty-one inch parabolic refiector each, to be erected on Sand Island and Mobile Point, four thousand dollars. For a screw—pile beacon on Revenue Point, three thousand dollars. All of the above buoys and beacons to be located under the direction of the Superintendent of the Coast Survey. Mssissippi.—For the erection of a light-house at or near the entrance Mi”l·”lPPiof East Pascagoula River, instead of a former appropriation, five thou- 1850, oh. 77. sand dollars. For a light-house on the west end of Ship Island, being a renewal of a former appropriation for this purpose, twelve thousand dollars. For nine buoys in Cat and Ship Island harbors, to be located under the direction of the Superintendent of the Coast Survey, eighteen hundred dollars. Louisiana. —-— For the examination and survey of Ship Shoal and Louisiana. Raccoon Point, on the coast of Louisiana, with reference to the location and erection of a light—house and the procuring a plan for the same,three thousand dollars. For three spar-buoys to mark the channel of a harbor of refuge at Horn Island Pass Mississippi, to be placed by the Coast Survey, two hundred and forty dollars. Florida.-—For four iron can and nun-buoys, one to be placed on Florida. the end of Sandbore, off Soldier Key, and three to mark the channel through Boca Grande Passage, eight hundred and forty dollars. For a first class light-house near Coliins’ Patches, off Dry Bank, halfway between Carysfort Reef and Sand Key Light, to be constructed under the direction of the Topographical Bureau, and fitted with the most approved illuminating apparatus, thirty-five thousand dollars. For a large buoy on Sea-Horse Reef; two hundred and fifty dollars. For three hollow iron buoys to be moored in the channel leading into a harbor recently discovered on Florida Reef, about ten miles south of Cape Florida, seven hundred dollars. The above buoys to be located under the direction of the Coast Surve . 5For a beacon on Rebecca Shoal, between Marqnesas and Dry Tortugas Keys, ten thousand dollars. For securing the light—house at the mouth of St. John River, Florida, ten thousand dollars. Texas.—For a light-boat to be moored at Aransas Pass, or a light- Texas. house, as may be deemed most expedient upon further examination, and for channel buoys in said channel, and a buoy at Dollar Point, in addition to the sum appropriated for a light-house at said point, two thou- 1851, ch. 37. sand five hundred dollars. For constructing three small or harbor light-houses in Galveston Bay, namely: one at Red Fish Bar, one at Clopper’s Bar, and one at Half- Moon Shoal, five thousand dollars in addition to the amount (twenty 1851, eh. av. thousand dollars) already appropriated for a light-house on Red Fish A”*°·P· 8** Bar. ` Cali/'ornia.—For large buoys to be placed on sunken rocks, in the C“mh°m‘”· Bay of San Francisco, under the direction of the Superintendent of Coast Survey, one thousand dollars. - For a beacon at Humboldt’s Harbor near North Spit, to be located by the officers of the Coast Survey, five thousand dollars.