Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 20.djvu/402

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FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 181, 182. 1879. 37 7 shall be and remain in full force, and have the same effect as if this act had not been passed. Approved, March 3, 1879. CHAP. 182.-—An act making appropriation for r' - ernment lor the fiscal year cnld¥ingpJune thirtiglillideéftgdh l1€1Ii1‘:iIr?d giidjhiggzlitty, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums be, and Appropriations. the same are hereby, appropriated for the objects hereinafter expressed, S“¤d*Y ****1 °x· for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty, P°°°°”‘ namely: UNDER THE TREASURY DEPARTMENT. - PUBLIC BUILDINGS. Public buildings. Courthouse and poseomoo. Atlanta, Georgia: For fencing, grading, Atlanta. and approaches, ten thousand dollars. Custom-house and postoflice, Albany, New York: For continuation Albany. of buildin g, ninety thousand dollars. Post-ofiice and sub-treasury, Boston, Massachusetts: For continuation Boston. of building, three hundred and nfty thousand dollars. Custom-house and sub-treasury, Chicago, Illinois: For completion of Chicago. building five hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars; of which sum thirty thousand dollars may be used for fitting up the basement for use of the post-office, and be available immediately. Custom-house and post-office, Cincinnati, Ohio: For continuation of Cincinnati. building, three hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Custom-house a11d post-office, Fall River, Massachusetts: For contin— Fall River. uaiion of building and for purchase of adjoining land, on Second street, thirty-nine feet in width, eighty-five thousand dollars; of which sum not more than twenty-tive thousand dollars shall be used for the purchase of the land. Custom-house and post-office, Hartford, Connecticut: For continuation Hmnmi, of building, seventy-five thousand dollars. Court-house and post-office, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania: For continua- Harrisburg. tion of building, fifty thousand dollars. Court-house and post-office, Kansas City, Missouri: For continuation Kansas City. of building, twentydive thousand dollars. ‘ Court-house and post-office, Little Rock, Arkansas: For completion of Little Rock. building, forty thousand dollars. Custom-house court—house, and postoflice Memphis, Tennessee: For Memphis. continuation of building, sixty thousand dollars. ' Custom-house and post-office New Orleans, Louisiana: For continua- New Orleans. tion of building, forty thousand dollars. Custom-house, courthouse, and post-office, Nashville, Tennessee: For Nashville. continuation of building, ninety thousand dollars; and not exceeding fifteen thousand. dollars of this sum may be used in constructing an iron-framed roof. _ _ Post-oifice and court-house, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: For con- Plulsdelplns. tinuation of building, three hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Custom-house and post-office, Raleigh, North Carolina: For comple- Raleigh. tion of building and grounds, five thousand dollars. _ For grading, paving and fencing, for court-house and post-oflice Lincoln. grounds, Lincoln, Nebraska, twelve thousand dollars. _ _ _ _ Custom-house and post-office, Saint Louis, Missouri: For continuation Saint Louis. of building, three hundred and fifty thousand dollars. _ _ · Court-house and post-office, Topeka, Kansas: For continuation of Topeka. building forty thousand dollars.