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214 FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 314. 1896. 03m mm omspo, Imtp1}ovi,ngth1arbor::1t(Sa1p Luis 0bispo,California: Continuing improve- · men or thousand dollars. wnm¤g¤m,c•¤. Improving Wilmington Harbor, California, in accordance with the project submitted February seventh, eighteen hundred and ninety-five,

 ilhy thousand dollars: Provided, That contracts may be entered into

°°”°”°°’°' by the Secretary of War for such materials and work as may be necessary to complete said prqiect, to be paid for as appropriations may from time to time be made by law, not to exceed in the aggregate three hundred and forty-two thousand dollars, exclusive of the amount herein To await mmm nt appropriated; but no such contracts shall be entered into until the ·‘°_j1;,‘j¤*;,’;”°°’· Board provided for in this Act to determine the location ot a deep '°`water harbor for commerce and of refuge, as between Port Los Angeles _in Santa Monica Bay and San Pedro, in the State of California, has made its report to the Secretary of War, and not at all if said report_ shall be in favor of San Pedro as the location of said harbor. ‘ c»sn¤y,o¤•g. Improving entrants; and harbolii iatlfoos Bay, Oregon: Continuing im rovemen ninety- ve thousan dollars. Y•<n¤i¤·B•y.0¤¤z- Fmprovingt’Yaquina Bay, Oregon: Continuing improvement, twenty- mm. five thousand dollars: Provided, That contracts may be entered into ' by the Secretary of War for such materials and work as may be necessary to complete the project as recommended by the Board of Officers of the Engineer Corps October eleventh, eighteen hundred and ninety- live, to be paid for as appropriations may from time to time be made by I·i¤¤i¢- law, not to excgogdl in the aggregate one million dollars, exclusive of amount herein heretofore appropriated` . 0oosB•!.¢h¢» Improving harbor at Coos Bay, Orelgon, fourteen thousand three hunmm. dred and ninety dollars: Provided, hat so much of this sum as may - ,,,P'°‘¤"”‘ "”""‘ benecessary shall be added to theamount now on hand for the construction or purchase of a dredge and two hopper scows, and that dredging within the limit of this appropriation may be contracted for gn the discreltim of ghe Chief of Engineers, and in such portion of the ’ ay as ma oun necessary. rusozma, on;. Improvihg Port Orford Harbor, at Grave Yard Point, Oregon, accord- · ing to plan recommended by Captain Thomas W. Symons, of the Corps Necessity rm-, m be of Engineers, as per House Document Numbered Three hundred and Q§}*fg by S°°“"“"*’ thirteen, Fifty-third Congress, third session, January thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, to cost not to exceed two hundred and three thousand three hundred and thirty-six dollars, and the unex- "°*· ’°· !**’·'·"· pended balance of the appropriation heretofore made March third, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, for the establishment of a harbor of refuge on the Pacific coast is hereby transferred to be expended on this improvemept, it'in thelppiniondof the Secretary of War the interests of commerce cmand suc cxpen itnre. Ti|lnm0okBu)’.ON¤K· Improving Tillamook Bay and Bar, Oregon: Continuing improvement, seventeen thousand dollars. may- um-ner, Improving Grays Harbor and bar entrance, Washington, in accord- W'""‘· ance with plan submitted in the Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers for eighteen hundred and ninety-five, twenty thousand dollars: {yoga.), 1'roridcd, That contracts may be entered into by the Secretary of Vfar "”" "‘°°“' for such materials and work as may be necessary to complete said improvement, to be paid for as appropriations may from time to time umn. be made by law, not exceeding in the aggregate nine hundred and eighty thousand dollars, exclusive of the sum herein appropriated, and the Secretary of War may, in his discretion, transfer the Governmeat planltf orggny part of it, now at the mouth of the Columbia River, to `rays ar r. <}lY¤{¤1>*¤· W¤¤¤· Improving Olympia Harbor, \Vashington: Continuing improvement, °““°>'· thirty-two thousand dollars; and that a snurvey be made of the Deschutes Rive: tatbigts egitrsmcge in Olympia Harbor, and the cost of its nmprovemen o es ima e . E"°""·W°°“· Improving Everett Harbor, \Vashington: Continuing improvement, ,,0,,,,,],,, Chung twenty thousand dollars. Alaska. For survey of Portland Channel, Alaska, five thousand dollars.