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1416 SIXTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 161. 1921. mg•cg?**m°¤°°‘°°¤· DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE. “°¤°°¤°"‘8’“°°· Lrorrrrrousns, mucous, Foo sroiuns, Lrerrr vnssms, Arm orrmn wonxs UNDER rm: Lrerrrnoosn srmvrcn. §;*$*‘"’°“s$‘ "°”°"’ Lighthouse vessels, eneral service: Constructin or urchasin and sexiiiiiiiiiiogiéi equipping lighthouse ienders and light vessels lor the Lighthouse Service, as authorized b an Act entitled “An Act to authorize aids to navigation and for other works in the Lighthouse Service, and for Gamma Tu other purposes, " approved June 5, 1920, _$1,000,000. _ _ ,myug,,;m,,;,,,_ p Imalproving Galveston jetty hght station, Texas, including fogsign station, $6,500. u‘m°""“ B“'°““‘ uorrrnousn snnvron. idiiigziitemzed-` General expenses: For supplies, repiairs, maintenance, and incidental expenses of lighthouses and other lights, beacons, buoyage, fog} signa s, lighting of r·ivers heretofore authorized to be lig ted, lig t vessels, other aids to navigation and lighthouse tenders, including the establishment, repair, and improvement of beacons and daymarks and purchase o land for same; establishment of PWM post lights, buoys, submarine signals, and fog signals; establishcan oi tum-rings ment o oil or carbide houses, not to exceed $10,000: Providul, That ““‘“°°"· any oil or carbide house erected hereunder shall not exceed $550 in cost; construction of necessary outbuildings at a cost not exceeding $500 at any one light station in any iiscal year; improvement 0 grounds and connected with light stations and de ts; S , restorrpg light stations and depots and buildings connected thereg °°°°“”'° with: romded, That such restoration shall be limited to the original purpose of the structures; wages of persons attending post lightstemporary employees and nel force while engaged on works oi R3,,m’m_ general repair and mamtenance, and laborers and mechanics at rghthouse depots; rations and provisions or commutation thereof for keepers o lighthouses, working parties in the field, officers and crews of light vessels and tenders, and oihcials and other authorized persons of the Lighthouse Service on duty on board of such tenders or vessels, and money accruing from commutation for rations and 'IOVISXOIIS for the above—named persons on board of tenders and light vessels or in working parties m the field may be paid on pro er vouchers to the person having charge of the mess of such vesselp or party; reimbursement under rules_ prescribed by the Secretary of ommerce of keepers of light stations and masters of light vessels and of hghthouse tenders for rations and provisions and clothing furnished shrpwrecked persons who may be temporarily provided for mmm umm. bz them, not exceeding ID all $5,000 in any fiscal year; fuel and rent o quarters where necessary for keepers of lighthouses; urchase of lan sites for fog signals; rent of necessary ground for allpsuch lights and beacons as are or temporary use or to mark changeable channels and which in consequence can not be made permanent; rent of offices, depots, and wharves; traveling expenses; mileage; library books for hg t stations and vessels, an technical books and periodicals not exceeding $1,000; traveling and subsistence expenses of teachers Cmmgmupm__$_ while actually employed by States oguprivate persons to instruct the Omg dgnldyeu of keepers of hghthvuscs; other contingent expenses of ‘P°“’°°‘ district offices and depots; and not $8,500 for contingent expenses of the office of the Bureau of Lighthouses in the District of Columbia $4 200,000. K°°"‘”· _ Keepers of lighthouses: For salaries of not exceeding one thousand e ht hundred lighthouse and fOg·SlgD8»l keepers and persons attending . lilézts exclusive of post lights, $1,300,000.