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212 FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 314. 1896. ¤•¤i¤>*¤¤· Wi-- Improving harbor at Manitowoc, Wisconsin: Completing improvement, forty-four thousand four hundred and forty dollars, to be expended on plan submitted March tenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-six, for extending piers to the twenty-two—ioot contour and deepening channel h¥3r*•*g_j*•pl w*•·· Improving harbor of refuge at Milwaukee, Wiscoinsinz Continuing ligmctt. gm improvement, twenty thousand dollars: Provided, That the Secretary °°”*"°‘·‘· ‘ of War may enter into contracts for such material and work as may be necessary to complete the present project of said harbor of refuge, to be paid for as appropriations may from time to time be made by law, mma. not to exceed in the aggregate one hundred and sixty-eight thousand seven hundred and thirty seven dollars and ninety-one cents, exclusive of the amount herein and heretofore appropriated. 1¤1w•¤\¤··W*•· Improving harbor at Milwaukee, Wisconsin: For maintenance, seven thousand dollars. wl?°*’* “'*°l**"¢*°"· Improving harbor at Port Washington, Wisconsin: Continuing "' _ improvement, five thousand five hundred dollars. _ R““'°·w‘“· Improving harbor at Racine, Wisconsin: Continuing improvement, twenty-seven thousand dollars; of which sum so much as may be necessary may be used for repairs of piers and maintenance of channel. Sl¤¤l>·>yz¤¤»W*¤· Improving harbor at Sheboygan, Wisconsin: Continuing improvement, twenty-six thousand dollars. A°"‘““‘· W*“· . Improving harbor at Ashland, Wisrsonsins Continuing improvement, ` twenty-seven thousand dollars. '1‘v¢·Ki*‘•¤·Wi·· Improving harbor at Two Rivers, Wisconsin: Continuing improvement, five thousand dollars.· w§_"°’¤°°“B°Y"““· ImprovingSturgeon Bay Canal harbor of refuge; For maintenance ' of channel and piers, five thousand dollars. 0<=<>¤¢¤» Wi·· Improving harbor at Oconto, Wisconsin: Continuing improvement, four thousand dollars. Y°”’•‘*°°— Wi'- Improving harbor at Pensaukee, Wisconsin: For maintenance, one Bw **2 Improving Sturgeon ay an a e ic igan ip ana : ‘ontinu- ¤ ddoumsl B dLkMh Sh C lb

 SNP ing improvement, thirty thousand dollars, and so much thereof as may

be necessary may be used for the maintenance, operating, and care of the works. som; muwaukw. Improving harbor at South Milwaukee, Wisc<>11sin,ii1 accordance with w"· report and plan submitted in the Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers for eighteen hundred and ninetylive, five thousand dollars. SI>¤!s::¤»$2¤¤-» •¤•i For improving the harbor at Duluth, Minnesota, and Superior, NVis- °P°" ‘ ‘ consin, at the west end of Lake Superior: Continuing improvement, i’*•¤‘*l*¤**°¤· fifty thousand dollars, whereof thirty thousand dollars shall be expended upon the Duluth portion of said harbor, and twenty thousand dollars conn-ma. shall be expended upon the Superior portion thereof; and contracts may be entered into by the Secretary of War for such materials and work as may be necessary to complete the project for deepening said harbor and the entrances thereto, reported to the War Department by V<>L2¤.1>·¤¤6· the connnission of engineers appointed under the joint resolution of Congress, approved June twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and ninety- four, to be paid for as appropriations may from time to time be made by · law, not to exceed in the aggregate the sum of three million eighty thousand five hundred and fifty-three dollars, exclusive of the amount herein Qmqs-ti and heretofore appropriated: Provided, That such project of improve- ““ °°" ment may be subject to modification in the interests of commerce, as _ the Secretary of War may direct, as the work progresses, without, L‘““'· however, increasing the above aggregate: Pror·ided,furthe·r, 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-five per centum of the whole amount authorized to be expended: And provided further, p,g_·*¤*•¤¤¤¤¤ ·>f That the Secretary of War may reserve out of appropriations for such ' work, as the same shall become available, a sufficient amount, to be applied under his direction, to the repairing and maintenance of the present piers at the entrances to said harbor.