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1 144 FIFTKEIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. on. 1482. wes. suant to the river and harbor Act of June thirteenth, nineteen hunggwgéts dred and two, fifty thousand dollars: Provided, That a contract or ' contracts may be entered into by the Secretary of War for such materials and work as may be necessary to prosecute said (project, to be paid for as apgfopriations may from time to time be ma e by law, not to exceed in the aggregate two hundred and fifty thousand dollars exclusive of the amounts herein and heretofore applropriated. G*¤Y¤H”b°’·W”h· Improving Grays Harbor and bar entrance, Was ington: For maintenance, thirty thousand dollars. ' C,{g,§j,§_,gg{,§Q“ “'“’ Improving Grays Harbor, inner portion, between Aberdeen and the ` entrance to said harbor, and Chehalis River, Washington: Continuing improvement, thirty thousand dollars. b0{°,'{,‘Q',f"°°m H"' Improving New Whatcom Harbor, Washington: Continuing improvement, thirty-ve thousand dollars. 5${:tgQ<§;*;g· Lam Iuéproving the waterway connecting Puget Sound with Lakes Union cum Sm: wmiug- and ashington, Washington: Continuing improvement, one hundred ‘°}‘;,X,f,$,’}· and twenty-five thousand dollars: Provided, That this appropriation, ¤¤·¤¤¤¤- together with the unex nded balance to the credit of said improvement, shall be expendedxin securing by dredging a deeper and wider low-water channel from Shilshole Bay through Salmon Ba to the wharves at Ballard. Nothing herein shall be construed as the adoption of any roject for the construction of the waterway connecting Puget Sound) with Lakes Union and Washington. W'Q,*{,°°m‘ H"’l’°’· l1I1P1'0Vi¤g Tacoma Harbor, Washington: or improvement of the ' Pugallup waterway by dredging a channel five hun red feet in width an three thousand six hundred and fifty feet in length from its northern end, and to a depth of twenty-eight feet at extreme low water, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Five hundred and twent , Fifty-eighth Congress, ggglggis second session, forty thousand dollars: Pliovided, 'Hiat a contract ' or contracts may be entered into by the Secretary of War for such materials and work as may be necessary to complete said project, to be paid for as appropriations may from time to time be made by law, not to exceed in e aggregate two hundred thousand dollars exclusive °*’°"“°l· of the amounts herein appropriated: Provided further, That the United States shall be under no expense for the construction of bulkheads, groins, or filling; and before any portion of this appropriation shall be expended, or any contract let for this improvement, suitable provision s all be made, to be approved by the Secretary of Vivar, that in the prosecution and completion of the work of dredging said channel the cost and charges for the construction of necessary bulkheads and groins, or for necessary filling, will be furnished upon the demand of the United States engineer in charge, and the design and location of said bulkheads and groins shall be subject to his supervision; and all _ necessary filling shall be made in accordance with the plans and specifi- ' E"P°"d““'°’- cations furnished by said engineer: And provided fur!/Der, That no expenditure shall be made under this appropriation unless provision satisfactory to the Secretary of War is made for the permanent maingenance of said project, when completed, without expense to the United tates. dgliéinigwiigf For gauging waters of Columbia River and measuring tidal and V river volumes, one thousand dollars. ,O*{§Q}§f.‘,{{fQ§f’{‘v”,}j;f° Improving the Columbia River between the mouth of the Willamette River and the city of Vancouver, Washington: Continuing improvement in accordance with the project approved and recommended by the Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors, contained _ in House Document Numbered Fifty-six, I•`ifty-eighth Congress, QQ,'?;?;;,, second session, thirty thousand dollars: Provided, That a contract or contracts may be entered into by the Secretary of lVar for such materials and work as may be necessary to prosecute said project. to be