Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 29.djvu/471

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. FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 420. 1896. 44,], one assistant steam engineer, at sixty dollars per month; one fireman, at fifty dollars per month; one assistant tiroman, at forty-five dollars per month; one conductor of elevator cm-, at seventyfive dollars per month; one znttendant on door, at sixty dollars per month; one attend unt on top floor, ut sixty dollars per month; three night and duy watchman., nt sixty dollars per month each; in all, eight thousand five hundred and twenty dollars. . For the], lights, oil, waste, packing, tools, matches, paints, brushes, E*P°¤¤¤·- brooms, lanterns, rope., nails, screws, lead, electric lights, heating apparatus, oil stoves for elevator car and upper and lower floors, repairs to engines, boilers, dynumos, elevator, and repairs of all kinds connected with the monument and machinery, and purchase of all necessary articles for keeping the monument, machinery, elevator, and electriclight plant in good order, three thousand dollars. _ BRANCH PRINTING omvxcu, WAR DEPARl‘MENT1 For repairs to the m§"“°’* P"*¤**¤¤ °*· main building, rebuilding the annex, and providing heating apparatus ` for both nmiu building and annex at number seventeen hundred and twenty-five F street northwest, the property of the United States, and occupied as the War Department branch of the Government Printing Office, five thousand six hundred and forty-nine dollars and twentylive cents. MILITARY Poms. Miiiwry ww For the construction of buildings at, and the enlargement of, such °°"°""'°“°"‘· military posts as in the judgment of the Secretary of War may be necessary, three hundred thousand dollars. For beginning the construction of permanent buildings, providing SP°k*¤°·W*•'*· for sewerage, water supply, roads and other means of communication, and other necessary improvements at the military posts at Spokane, Washington, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of War, one hundred thousand dollars. T0 continue construction of buildings at the Fort Riley, Kansas, Fm mm" K“““‘ military post, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of YVm·, seventy five thousand dollars. To continue construction of buildings at the Fort Harrison Military F°"°H°””°¤·M°¤*· Post, in Montana, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of War, forty thousand dollars. To extend the barracks and make necessary sanitary improvements wFj>¤ D· ·\· !¤·¤¤¤··¤· at Fort D. A. Russell, Wyoming, to be expended under the direction y " of the Secretary of War, forty thousand dollars. For beginning the construction of permanent buildings, providing B*·¤··*•=*=·N·D•*=· for sewerage, water supply, roads and other means ofcommunicatiou and other necessary improvements at the military post at Bismarck, North Dakota, to be expounded under the direction of the Secretary of \Vm·, forty thousand dollars. Foncr YVAYNE Mnmmnrzv Rmsrmvurxouz For improving the Fort ,ff{}§ ""‘>'“° “"°" Wayne Military Reservation, twenty thousand dollars, to be immediately available. Four Ernnaz ALLEN )lIL'[TARY RESERVATION: To enable the See vf°" E""“‘ ’“'°“* rotary of War to acquire the title, for military purposes, to additional lands, not exceeding one hundred and ninety acres, required to extend the military reservation 0t' Fort Ethan Allen, near Essex Junction, Vermont, to the \Vin0oski River, subject to the right of way through said lands of the ¥Vin00ski and Essex highway and the right of way of the Centml Vermont Railway: Proviclcd, That in acquiring the land (m ¤ti0 for the purpose the Secretary of War is authorized to proceed in vol 2o.p.ms. ` accordance with the Act approved March third, eighteen hundred and ninety-one, making appropriations for sundry civil expenses, under the title “Chickamanga. and Chattanooga National Pa.rk," three thousand dollars. Thuomr RANGE, Jmrxmnsom Btmumxs, Mmsoxmr: For the pm- Mjfmm ¤•¤·=¤¤· chase of land for a target range for the use of troops stationed at Jef- 1·¤-g¤¤¤.;.. ferson Barracks, Missouri, eighteen thousand dollars: Provided, That Prww.