FORTY-NIN TH CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 362. 1887. 523 gas-puriner, or device greater than the one-half part of the amount of money actually saved thereby. HEATING APPARATUS FOR PUBLIC BUILDINGS: For repairing heat- Heating, etc., ing, hoisting, and ventilating apparatus for all public buildings, includ- “PP“’“*“· ing marine hospitals, under control of Treasury~Department, one hundred thousand dollars. VAULTS, SAFES, AND LOCKS Fon. PUBLIC BUILDINGS, INCLUDING Vaults,safes,and l\’EW BUILDINGS: For vaults, safes, and locks, and repairs to the Same, ]°°k“· tor all public buildings under control of the Treasury Department, fifty thousand dollars. PLANS FOR. PUBLIC BUILDINGS: For books, photographic materials, Plans for public and in duplicating plans required for all public buildings under control b'”Id‘”€°· of the Treasury Department, two thousand five hundred dollars. PnoPAGAT1oN or Foonnrsnnsz For the introduction by the United _Fish Commis- States Fish Commission into and the increase in the waters of the United “"§'· States of iood-fishes and other useful products of the waters, including xp°°s°°' lobsters, oysters, and other shell·iish, and for continuing the enquiry into the iisheries of the United States and their subjects, and for such general and miscellaneous expenditures as the Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries may find necessary to the prosecution of his work, inclnding salaries or compensation of all necessary employees, one hundred and thirty thousand dollars. ’ — . Frsn-HATGEEEY ON THE CoLUmmA RIVER: For the establishment Fish -_ haiphery, of a salmon-hatchery upon the Columbia River, its tributaries or their C°l“”’b'“ R'"'- branches, ten thousand dollars : Provided, That ii, in the opinion of the Promo. U nited States Fish Com missiouer, the existing laws of Oregon and Washington are not sufficient for the protection of salmon in the Columbia Legislation for Biver and its tributaries, this appropriation shall not beavailable until P"°*°°“°“ °f “‘l"" the legislatures of the State of Oregon and of Washington Territory °°` shall have enacted such additional legislation as, in the opinion of the Fish Commissioner, shall be necessary to protect the salmon from improper capture and destruction. RENT or o1¤1;•·IcE UNITED STATES FISH Commission: For- rent of Kwirooms in the city of Washington, two thousand and forty dollars. MAINTENANCE on Frsn-roses: For the preparation and mainte- Fi¤l¤-1><>¤¤¤· nance of fish-ponds in Vlfashington and elsewhere, and the distribution of the eggs and young of the white fish, salmon, shad, cod, carp, and other useful inhabitants of the waters, including salaries or compensation of all necessary employees, forty-five thousand dollars. MAINTENANCE on vEssE1.s: For the maintenance of the vessels of V°°“°*°· the United States Fish Commission, and for boats apparatus, machinery, and other facilities required for use with the same, including salaries or compensation of all necessary employees, forty-tive thousand dollars. Frszu-rorzns, MoNUMENT Lor: For restoring the drainage of the Mé’¤°'¤°°" 1°* United States iislrponds in Washington, destroyed by the filling up of P°° °‘ . the flats, and for an increased supply of water, to be immediately available, five thousand dollars. STEAMWESSELS, FOOD-FISHES: For new boilers and for a thorough Steamer Fish repair and reiitting of the steamer Fish Hawk, eleven thousand five H°“'k· hundred dollars. That the Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries shall submit to Congress Detailed miteat its next session a detailed statement of the expenditures for the iiscal “‘?'gd*° b° °“*" year eighteen hundred and eighty-seven under all appropriations for mt ' •‘Propagatiou of food-tishes;” and annually thereafter a detailed state ment of expenditures under all appropriations for “Propagation of food-iishes" shall be submitted to Congress at the beginning of each session thereotl . 1NTEBNAT1oNAL EXGIIANGES, SMITHSONLAN INSTITUTION: For ex- Smithsonian I¤· penses of the system of international exchanges between the United °*;*g’”°”,. 31 States and foreign countries, under the direction of the Smithsonian
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