Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 29.djvu/455

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FI FTY-FO URTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 420. 1896. 425 That no part of the money herein appropriated for the Coast and A“°‘"¤°°¤· Geodetic Survey shall be available for allowance to civilian or other officers for subsistence while on duty at Washington (except as hereinbefore provided for officers of the field force ordered to Washington for short periods for consultation with the Superintendent), or to officers of the Navy attached to the Survey, except as now provided by law. UNDER SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION. _ m§;g;fh¤°¤*°¤ Ium ’ INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGES: For expenses of the system of inter- c,},’§,Y,‘f,§f‘“°‘°““l°"‘ national exchanges between the United States and foreign countries, ° under the direction of the Smithsonian Institution, including salaries or compensation of all necessary employees, nineteen thousand dollars. Nm,] American Nonrn AMERICAN ETHNOLOGYZ For continuing ethnological re- eameiegy. searches among the American Indians, under the direction of thr Smithsonian Institution, including salaries or compensation of all necessary employees, forty-five thousand dollars, of which sum not exceeding one thousand dollars may be used for rent of building. ASTROPHYSIOAL OBsERvATORY:· For maintenance of Astrophysical “;§,*f,;’Ph>’°*°°‘ 0** Observatory, under the direction of the Smithsonian Institution, includ- ry` ing salaries of assistants, apparatus, and miscellaneous expenses, ten thousand dollars. _ _ NATIONAL MUSEUM: For cases, furniture, fixtures, and appliances §,‘Q$§§'§{’Q},°f[Q‘,§‘?"“" required for the exhibition and safekeeping of the collections of the National Museum, including salaries or compensation of all necessary employees, fifteen thousand dollars. _ For expense of heating, lighting, electrical, telegraphic, and tele- H°°°“'g‘°t°‘ phonic service for the National Museum, thirteen thousand dollars. _ For continuing the preservation, exhibition, and increase of the col- ,,£,‘:*°"‘“€ °°“°°‘ lections from the surveying and exploring expeditions of the Government, and from other sources, including salaries or compensation of all necessary employees, one hundred and fifty-three thousand two hundred and twenty-five dollars. R . For repairs to buildings, shops, and sheds, National Museum, includ- °p”"` ing all necessary labor and material, four thousand dollars. For rent of workshops for the National Museum, two thousand dol- R""` lars. For postage stamps and foreign postal cards for the National Mu- P°’“¥°· seum, five hundred dollars. For the erection of galleries in two or more halls of the National Mu- N" "‘"°"°" scum building, said galleries to be constructed of iron beams, supported by iron pillars, and protected by iron railings, and provided with suitable staircees, the work to be done under the direction of the Architect of the Capitol, and in accordance with the approval of the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, eight thousand dollars. NATIONAL ZOOLOGICAL PARK: For continuing the construction of P_§;°i°¤*·1 Z°°*°S*°**' roads, walks, bridges, water supply, sewerage and drainage; and for rxeeeeee. grading, planting, and otherwise improving the grounds; erecting, and repairing buildings and inclosures, care, subsistence, transportation of animals, including salaries or compensation of all necessary employees, and general incidental expenses not otherwise provided for, sixty-seven Hm from mmm thousand dollars; one-half of which sum shall be paid from the reve- revenues. nues of the District of Columbia and the other half from the Treasury Roads m of the United States; and of the sum hereby appropriated five thousand ’ ' dollars shall be used for continuing the entrance into the Zoological Park from \Voodley Lane, and opening driveway into Zoological Park. from said entrance along the bank of Rock Creek, and five thousand dollars shall be used toward the construction of a road from the Holt Mansion entrance (on Adams Mill road) into the park to connect with the roads now in existence, including a bridge across Rock Creek.