Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 22.djvu/654

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FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. Sess. H. Ch. 143. 1883. 627 declared to be invalid; nor shall the Secretary of the Interior, in any · lease which he may make and execute, grant any exclusive privileges within said park, except upon the ground leased. The Secretary of War, upon the request of the Secretary of the In- D¤*==¤il¤f¤‘¤¤p¤. terior, is hereby authorized and directed to make the necessary details °¥°··f‘{;P’°*°°“°“ of troops to prevent trespassers or intruders from entering the park for ° Im the purpose of destroying the game or objects of curiosity therein, or for any other purpose prohibited bylaw, and to remove such persons from the park if found therein. Botanic Garden: For procuring manure, tools, incl, purchasing trees Botanic Garden. and shrubs, and for labor and materials in connection with repairs and improvements to Botanic Garden, under the direction of the Joint Library Committee, ten thousand dollars. For completion of the work of construction of the new Pension build- _ P¤¤¤i°¤ Wilding in Judiciary Square, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars; for mg' heating apparatus for the building, forty thousand dollars. For the preparation of the Official Register of eighteen hundred and 0mein1 Register. eighty three, two thousand five hundred dollars. That the Secretary of the Navy be, and he is hereby, authorized to site for coaling purchase a site for a coaling dock and naval storehouse at Port Royal, d°°’$¤I°*é°·6“° P°"* South Carolina, located by the board of naval officers in pursuance of BW" ’' the provisions of an act entitled “An act making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the government for the fiscal yearending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and eighty three, and for other purposes" approved August seventh, eighteen hundred and eighty three, and the sum of five thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated for that purpose, out of any money in the Treas- · ury not otherwise appropriated. mma CENSUS. For the work of taking the tenth census and closing the bureau, in- '1'•¤¤*h¤¤¤¤¤¤· cluding the salary of the Superintendent and of all clerks and other employees one hundred thousand dollars. POST OFFICE DEP . ‘ For the Post Office Department building as follows : For concreting Pcst·0f|l¤¤ _Dotloors in basement, five thousand four hundred dollars; for purchasing P°'“"'°”* b'¤m‘ and putting in an additional steam boiler and connections, two thou- mg' sand five hundred dollars; for overhauling and resetting boilers, including the brick and iron work and steam fitting, one thousand five hundred dollars; for construction of additional lile cases, two thousand dollars; in all, eleven thousand four hundred dollars, the same to be immediately available. For cases, illes book cases and ille holders, in the rooms of the office Cascs,ete. of the Auditor of the Treasury for the Post Office Department, to be immediately available, three thousand dollars. For furniture and similar ncoessaries for the money order office, to be Furniture. paid from the proceeds of said oiliee, seven thousand dollars, the same' to be immediately available. For miscellaneous expenses, money order office, including fuel, gas, Miscellaneous. ice, washing, soap, towels, brushes, express charges, and other necessary office expenses, three thousand dollars, the same to be immediately available. UNDER rim comussromm 017 msn AND Irrsmmms. For the propagation of food-fishes: For the introduction by the Fish and Asher- United States Fish Commission of shad and fresh water herring into i¤¤· of the waters of the Pacino, the Atlantic, the Gulf, and Great Lake States, and of salmon, white fish, carp guorami, and other useful food llshes · into the waters of the United States generally to which they are best