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460 THIRTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. H. Ch. 167. 1867. Thunder Bay. For rebuilding the keeper’s dwelling at Thunder Bay Island light-star tion, Lake Huron, eight thousand dollars. Muskegon. For rebuilding the kecper’s dwelling at Muskegon light-station, Lake Michigan, eight thousand dollars. Sand Point. For additional appropriation for a beacon-light on Sand Point, west side of Little Bay de Noquet, Michigan, nine thousand dollars. E Point Concep- For an efficient fog-signal at Point Conception, California, six thousand °"· dollars. Southern To enable the lighthouse board to re-establish lights and other aids to °°“sts‘ navigation on the Southern coast, one hundred thousand dollars. Life-saving For compensation of two superintendents for the life-saving sta-
- ;:]°§;j,;'Ll;;;_ tions on the coasts of Long Island and New Jersey, three thousand
ers, &c. (l0llaI‘S. For compensation of fifty-four keepers of stations, at two hundred dollars each, ten thousand eight hundred dollars. For contingencies of life-saving stations on the coast of the United States, ten thousand dollars. Lighthouses. For the establishment of a lighthouse at Santa Cruz, California, ten smh C"“Z‘ thousand dollars; Point Reyes, fifteen thousand dollars. Trowbridge For a lighthouse at Trowbridge Point, in Thunder Bay, Michigan, ten P°i¤*· thousand dollars. Mendota. For a lighthouse at Mendota, on Lake Superior, Michigan, fourteen thousand dollars. ltraddoekts For a lighthouse at or near Braddock’s Point, Georgia, in place of P°“‘°· Caliboque light vessel, fifteen thousand dollars. Tybee Island For a lighthouse to mark Tybee Island Knoll, Georgia, in place of Km L lightryessel, fifteen thousand dollars. Morris Island. For range-lights on Morris Island, as guides in crossing Charleston Bar, South Carolina, fifteen thousand dollars. Deep Water For rebuilding lighthouse on Deep Water Shoals, in James river, Sh°a1S‘ Virginia, sixteen thousand dollars. Saint Simons. For rebuilding lighthouse tower and keeper's dwelling at Saint Simon’s, Georgia, forty-five thousand dollars. Southwest For a reappropriation of the amount heretofore appropriated for an iron Pass- lighthouse at Southwest Pass, but which has been carried to the surplus fund, one hundred and eight thousand six hundred dollars. Punta Arenas. For a new lighthouse at Punta. Arenas, California, sixty-five thousand dollars. Cape Blanco. d For a new lighthouse at Cape Blanco, Oregon, seventy-five thousand ollars. Estate of MsceZZaneous.—To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to pay to g:“”1“H·P°“s‘ the estate of Charles H. Peaslee, deceased, late collector of customs ' at Boston, a balance remaining due him upon settlement of his pccounts, seven thousand five hundred and nineteen dollars and twenty- 0ur cents. Barge 015%- For erecting a barge office at New York, fifty thousand dollars. Suspension For the purchase of the stone building and lot at Suspension b"dg°‘ Zgriiflge, New York, now used for government purposes, six thousand o ars. Custom-house For rebuilding the custom-house at Wiscasset, Maine, with authority “" W‘"“”°°i to the Secretary of the Treasury to sell the present site and purghise a new one, if deemed for the public interest, twentyhve thousand 0 ars. New Orleans. For fitting up certain rooms in. the unnnished portion of the custom-’ house building in New Orleans, Louisiana, ten thousand dollars. lhtent-chico To reconstruct chimneys and flues in the patent·office building, eight
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For continuing the work on the north portico of the patent-office building, seventy-five thousand dollars.