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FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 314. 1896. 207 Improving Delaware Breakwater, Delaware: Continuing improve- mfehvm 3*****- ment, eighty thousand dollars. __ Constructing harbor of refuge, Delaware Bay, Delaware, in accord- Difjjfrgggi ’°*`“¤°· ance with plans submitted by the Chief of Engineers January twenty-` ninth,eighteen hundred and ninety-two, five thousand dollars: Pro vided, gggmwés That contracts may be entered into by the Secretary of War for such ° ` material and work as may be necessary to complete said harbor of refuge, to be paid for as appropriations may from time to time be made Lima. by law, not to exceed in the aggregate four million six hundred and sixty thousand dollars, exclusive of the amount herein appropriated: Provided further, That in making such contracts, the Secretary of War shall not obligate the Government to pay in any one fiscal year, beginning July first, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, more than twenty- tive per eentum of the whole amount authorized to be expended. Improving harbor at Wilmington, and Christiana River, Delaware: wummgtuu, Del. Continuing improvement, in accordance with the modified project, twenty thousand dollars: Provided moreover, That of which amount Pwvimfive thousand dollars may, in the discretion of the Secretary of War, be m°°'“"'d°"' expended during the year eighteen hundred and ninety-six in improving the channel between Churchman’s Bridge and Snalley’s Bridge on said river, of which sum one-half shall be expended below and the other half above the drawbridge at Christiana village: And provided further, vcntracfe That contracts may be entered into by the Secretary of War for such materials and work as may be necessary to complete the project of improvement, not including estimate for flushing basin and exten ion of jetty, to be paid for as appropriations may from time to time be made by law, not to exceed in the aggregate two hundred and twenty-tive thousand eight hundred and forty-six dollars. For maintenance and repairs of iron pier, Delaware Bay, near Lewes, i§·¤*·¤· Bd-. i¤>¤ Delaware, seven thousand six hundred and sixty dollars. P r` Improving deep channel in Baltimore Harbor, Maryland, in accord- B“m’“°“’· M"· ance with the project submitted December nrst, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, four hundred thousand dollars: Provided, That this sum {,"°°i*·? h I may be used in the discretion of the Secretary of War, under the ""D ° °"”°` direction of the Chief of Engineers, for deepening the present channel to a depth of thirty feet. Improving Rock Hall Harbor, Maryland: Completing improvement, Rock H¤¤·M·*- in accordance with report submitted by General Williain P. Craighill, Corps of Engineers, January seventh, eighteen hundred and ninety- five, nine thousand six hundred dollars. Improving inner harbor at Rock Hall, Maryland, in accordance with I¤¤•¤¤ h¤l··¤· report submitted by Chief of Engineers in House Executive Document Numbered Two hundred, third session, Fifty-third Congress, seven thousand dollars. Improving Queenstown Harbor, Maryland: Continuingimprovement, Q¤¤¤¤¤¤»w¤·Mdfive thousand dollars. Improving harbor of Southwest Baltimore ’Spring Garden), Mary- m_§r:¤,f,',;'°·*B¤**· land, in accordance with report submitted March seventh, eighteen` hundred and ninety-six, for constructing channel one hundred feet wide on the bottom, five thousand dollars. The proviso relating to the appropriation of ten thousand dollars for Cape Charles City. continuing the improvement of harbor at Cape Charles City, Virginia, v'};,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, and its approaches, as contained in the Act of July thirteenth, eighteen mgyeié, 91 hundred and ninety-two, be, and the same is hereby, repealed. °` ’°' ' lmprovin g harbor at Norfolk and its approaches,Virginia: Continuing N°"°"‘· "°· improvement, one hundred thousand dollars. Improving harbor at Beaufort, North Carolina: Continuing improve- B¤=¤f¤¤·N-C- ment, five thousand dollars. Improving harbor at Winyaw Bay, South Carolina: Continuing Wi¤y¤wB¤y. S. C. improvement, twenty thousand dollars: Provided, That contracts may emma. be entered into by the Secretary of War for such materials and work °°""“°*‘· as may be necessary to complete the present project, to be paid for as