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O 1 140 FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 1482. 1905. basin in the inner harbor, not exceeding, however, the sum of twenty- five thousand dollars in the aggregate. ¤hi<>¤8<>·¤L Improving harbor at Chicago, Illinois: Continuing improvement and for maintenance, two hundred thousand dollars. W¤¤k¤z¤¤. 111- Improving harbor at Waukegan, Illinois: For maintenance, thirty m“‘°'“ “““ m'" thtlumnd (lo laiird MC l Ill` ° C f ` - I _ “' m rov1n 1D01S an 1ss1ss1 1 ana , m01s: on inu1 mmcémym ‘ imprgvemedt and for maintenance, three hundred thousand dollarlg mg Provided, That a contract or contracts may be entered into by the Secretary of War for such materials and work as may be necessary for the completion of said project, to be paid for as appropriations may from time to time be made by law, not to exceed in the aggre te two hundred thousand dollars, exclusive of the amounts herein an<l'l1ereto· _ fore appropriated. ,,f§“}',§§°° R“’°’· m" Improving Calumet River, Illinois ‘ and Indiana: For improving said river in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered One- hundred and seventy-two, F ifty-eighth Congress, second session, and for maintenance, one hundred thousand dollars:

 Bwided, That a contract or contracts may be entered into by the

Secretary of War for such materials and work as may be necessary for the prosecution of said project, to be paid for as appropriations may from time to time be ma e by law, not to exceed in the aggregate one hundred and seventy-six thousand dollars, exclusive of the amounts herein and heretofore appropriated. And the Secretary of. War is hereby authorized to acce t, in his discretion, deeds from the proper parties conveying to the [ignited States, free of expense, such lands as may be necessary for the construction of any of the turning basins _ proposed in said House document. R°°" R“’°’· m Improving Rock River, Illinois: A Exed dam with movable crest at or near Ster ing, Illinois, in lieu of the lock and dam already provided _ for ma , in the discretion of the Secretar of War, be constructed: §’,§”,}*°d,,m_ M Pravidgd, That said Exed dam with movablle crest may be constructed from the funds already appropriated, or authorized to be appropriated, for the construction of the lllinois and Mississippi Canal, and shall constitute a part of the 1`project for said canal. . mfgmvvi F·**°¤’· Mississippi River in innesota: Improving reservoirs at the headnssémm. waters of the Mississippi River by the renewal of the Pine River dam according to existing project, the completion of Pokegama Dam, the purchase of lands or easements for Winnibigoshish, Leech Lake. okegama, and Pine River dams, and the improvement of the channel from Brainerd to Grand Ra ids, Minnesota, one hundred and sixty thousand dollars, to be expended, to ether with the amounts now on hand to the credit of “Reservoirs at the headwaters of the Mississippi," for the completion of the improvements herein mentioned. Nmkgnggd ******1* Improving Mississippi River, Minnesota: Locks and dams numbered cémmmf one and two, between Saint Paul and Minnea lis:- A contract or contracts may be entered into by the Secretary ol)0War for such materials and work as may be necessary to complete the said locks and dams, to be paid for as appropriations may from time to time be made by law, not to exceed in the aggregate two hundred and ninety-nine thousand five hundred and forty-three dollars, exclusive of the amounts heretofore appropriated.

 Improving Mississippi River between Missouri River and Saint Paul,

mm;.Minnesota: A contract or contracts may be entered into by the Secre- °°°"°°S‘ tary of War for such materials and work as may be necessary to prosecute said improvement, to be paid for as appropriations may from time to time be made by law, not to exceed in e aggregate three hundred · thousand dollars, exclusive of the amounts heretofore appropriated, _ which amount may be expended during the year beginnin J u y first, I“° *‘°¤"°· “”“*- nineteen hundred and six, and the sum of eleven thousand five hundred