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212 FIFTY-THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. II. Gus. 176-178. 1894. August 1, 1894. S CHA`?. 1'l6.—An Act Relating to the pay and retirement of mates in the United ";""`“'" Wtés i BV)'. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the_ United mvy. Statue of America in Oemgress assembled, That the law regulating the tg}? ,{':§m*{° D';} retirement of warrant officers in the_Na.vy shall be construed be apply ms. to the twenty-eight officers now serving as mates m the Navy, and the my. said mates shall be entitled to receive annual pay at the rates following: When at sea, one thousand two hundred dollars; on shore duty, mne hundred dollars; ou leave or waiting orders, seven hundred dollars: mm. Provided, however, That nothing herein contained shall be so construed N""“"°‘°'“"‘ as to authorize any increase of pay for any time prior to the passage of this Act. · Approved, August 1, 1894. - ‘Au;¤•: 1, 18W. CHAP. 177.-—An Act Donating condemned cannon to the Saint Lawrence State 7-*- Hospital at Ogdcusburg, New York. · Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United ¤¤¤·¤¤¤:·<:u¤}¤__¤g'q State; of America in Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the mm umguin, og. Navy be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to furnish to the '?°"’*""¢· ·Y· trustees of the Saint Lawrence State Hospital at Ogdensburg, New York, four unservieeable or condemned cannon, for ornamental purposes, if the same can be spared without detriment to the Government: f£¤¤i•·· Provided, That no expense be thereLy entailed upon the Government. ._ Approved, August 1, 1894. August 1,1004. CHAP. 178.-Au Act Making aippmpdatious for fonjtiiieations and other works of i defense, for the armament theres , for the procurement of heavy ordnance for trial and service, and for other purposes. Bc it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United rjomsmms apprn— States of America in Congress assembled, That the sums of money —P"“""“· herein provided for be, and the same are hereby, appropriated, out of any moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to be available until expended, namely: - 'Gun nmmmu rm- GUN AND MOETAR BATTERIES: For construetiou of gun and mortar

  • °'*°'· batteries, four hundred thousand dollars.

d ¥0r construction of gun and mortar platforms, one hundred thousand 0 lars. 8,,,, SITES FOR FORTIFICATIONS AND SEACOAST DEFENSES: For the pr0· curemeut of land, or right pertaining thereto, needed for the site, location, construction, or prosecution of works for fortiiications and coast _ defenses, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

  • "°'°"““°"·°'*"· Pnmsmnnvurou AND zmrnxz OF FORTIFICATIONSZ For she protection, preservation, and repair of fortifications for which there mav be

no special appropriation available, forty-five thousand dollars. b For construction of :1 see-wall on the north shore of Sandy Hook, New Jersey, seven thousand five hundred dollars. ph., For preparation of plans for tbrtiiicatious five thousand dollars. rm Monroe,?;, S1· sysrmu AT Four Momzom, Vmemu: For one-half ot sewmge. the cost of construction of a sewerage system for all buildings at Fort mum. M0m·0e,\’irgiuia,thirty-seven thousand five hundred dollars: Provided bowgeg :*:*1 by That, the owners of hotels and of other non-military buildings now ag "` Fort Monroe, Virginia, shall bear 0ne—l1a,1f of the expense of construe. tion of the said sewer, and the Secretary of War be, and he is hereby authorized and directed to equitably and justly apportion among, assess