Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 29.djvu/450

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420 FIFTYTOURTH CON GRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 420. 1896. For one superintendent for the coasts of Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia, one thousand six hundred dollars; For one superintendent of the coasts of Virginia and North Carolina, one thousand eight hundred dollars; For one superintendent for the lifesaving stations and for the houses of refuge on the coasts of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, one thousand five hundred dollars· For one suréerintendent for the life·saving andhlifepoa;1 stations on the coast of the ulf of Mexico one thousand six una re dollars· For one superintendent for the life-saving and lifeboat stations on the coasts of Lakes Ontario and Erie, one thousand eight hundred dollars; For one superintendent for the lifesaving and lifeboat stations on the coasts of Lakes Huron and Superior, one thousand eight hundred dollars- Fdr one superintendent for the life-saving and lifeboat stations on the coast of Lake Michigan, one thousand eight hundred dollars; For one superintendent for the life-saving and lifeboat stations on the coa ts of Washington Oregon, and California one thousand eight hundred dollars; in all, twenty- one thousand seven hundred dollars. K°°P°'°· For salaries of two hundred and sixty-two keepers of lifesaving and lilfeboatgtatiolns agd gfdhcliuses of refuge, two hundred and twenty-eight ousan six nn re dollars. ¤¤*¤ For pay of crews of surfmen employed at the life-saving and lifeboat stations, including the old Chicago station, during the period of actual employment; compensation of volunteers at life- aving and lifeboat statipné, foirer and G%_$ryLng service reiéisregnppon any; occasion o isas or in any save persons m wmng a such rate, not to exdeed ten dollars for each volunteer, as the Secretary of the Treasury may determine; pay of volunteer crews for drill and exercise; fueilfor stations and houses of refuge; repairs and outfits for same- rebuil ng and improvement of same· supplies and provisions for hduses of refuge, ana; for shipirrecked pgéons succored at gntions; traveling expenses of officers un er orders m the Treasury epartu¢;>t:=·¤¤*•*i¤¤ of ment; commutation of quarters for officers of the Revenue-Cutter Serv- ° var 22;,51, ice detailed for duty in the Life-Saving Service; for carrying out the provisions of sections seven and eight of the Act approved May fourth, eighteen hundred and eighty-two; for draft animals and their maintenance; and contingent expenses, including freight, storage, repairs to apparatus, labor medals, stationery newspapers for statistical purposes, advertising, and miscellaneous expenses that can not be included under any other head of life-saving stations on the coasts of the United States, one million two hundred and forty-eight thousand two hundred and ninety dollars. xw mum. For establishing new life-saving stations and lifeboat stations on the sca and lake coasts of the United States, authorized by law, forty thousand dollars. stl-°J§X£"“°`C"°°°' B·EVENUE—CUTTER smnvicn. Is;. inset and sx- For expenses of the Revenue—Cutter Service: For pay of captains, P ""°“‘ lieutenants, engineers, cadets, and pilots employed, and for rations for the same; for pay of petty officers, seamen, firemen, coal passers, stewarcihs, cooks, anddboys, and for rations for the same (ilfor fuel for vessels, an repairs an outfits for the same- ship chan ery and engineers’ stoges fog the same; traveling expenses of officers travelintg on duty un er or ers from the Treasury Department- commutation o quartersfor protwtion of the seal fisheries in Bering Sea and the other waters of Alaska and the interest of the Government on the seal islands and the sea-otter hunting grounds, and the enforcement of the provisions Q,j_¤{g5°*;8;1 of law in Alaska; for enforcing the provisions of the Acts relating to Vol;26:p:|3I; the anchorage of vessels in the ports of New York and Chicago, approved May sixteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, and Febmary sixth, eighteen hundred and ninety-three; contingent expenses, including wharfage, towage, dockage, freight, advertising, surveys,