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FIFTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 2. 1897. 45 Harbor of refuge, Delaware Bay, Delaware: For continuing con- Delaware Bay, Del. struction, three hundred and ninety-four thousand three hundred and thirty-four dollars. Improving Winyah Bay, South Carolina: For continuing improve- Winyan Bay, s.c. ment of harbor at Winyah Bay, three hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Improving Sabine Pass, Texas: For continuing improvement of harbor same rm,·r¤x. at Sabine Pass, three hundred and nfty thousand dollars. Improving harbor at Cleveland, Ohio: For continuing improvement, cimima, om. three hundred and fifty thousand dollars. The Secretary of War is hereby directed to cause to be made a survey Maumee River ima and estimate of cost of deepening and widening the straight channel B“"· in Maumee River and Bay, with a view to obtaining and permanently securing a channel of a uniform width of four hundred feet and twenty feet deep at low water, the cost of said survey to be paid out of money already appropriated for the improvement of said channel. Harbor of retnge at Milwaukee Bay, Wisconsin: For completing unm¤1¤»my,wa. improvement, one hundred and sixty-eight thousand seven hundred and thirty-seven dollars and ninety-one cents. Improving harbor at Duluth, Minnesota, and Superior, Wisconsin: xlruiumhmmu., su. For continuing improvement, four hundred and thirty-seven thousand ’° °"‘ ' five hundred dollars. Improving harbor at Oakland, California: For continuing improve- Oaklaud,Cal. ment under present limit, two hundred thousand dollars. And the provision of the “Act making appropriations for the ·constructiou, repair, and preservation of certain public works on rivers and harbors, and for other purposes/’ approved June third, eighteen hundred and "°'·”·1*m- ninety-six, relating to improving harbor at Oakland, California, is hereby amended to read as follows: _ _ “Improving harbor at Oakland, California: Continuing improvement ,m°‘Q§$‘§,,'fg‘,§ h'"`b°' under existing project, twenty thousand dollars: Provided, That con- tracts may be entered into by the Secretary of War for such materials c"'"'""` and work as may be necessary to prosecute work on said improvement, to be paid for as appropriations may from time to timebe made by law, not exceeding in the aggregate six hundred and sixty-six thousand Limitdollars: Provided further, That i.n making such contract or contracts the Secretary of War shall not obligate the Government to pay in any Limitfortlscalyoar. one fiscal year, beginning July first, eighteen hundred and ninety-seven, more than twenty-five per centum of the whole amount hereby authorized to be expended." The officer of the Coast and Geodetic Survey detailed to serve on the _’:°,°'f‘},§°,{,Q,'}‘*,;°]2°,§ Board to locate a deep-water harbor for commerce and of refuge at Port nm Angeles, cm., in- Los Angeles, in Santa Monica Bay, California, or at San Pedro, in said l°""”°“°‘“°““’" °f‘ State, which Board was created by an Act entitled “An Act making appropriations for the construction, repair, and preservation of certain' public works on rivers and harbors, and for other purposes," approved v°1'2°'p'm' June third, eighteen hundred and ninety-six, United States Statutes at Large, page two hundred and thirteen, shall receive from the appropriation in said Act provided with relation to said harbor, in addition to his mileage provided for in section fifteen hundred and sixty-six of R·¤··¤¤·15°°·P·”°· the Revised Statutes, and notwithstanding its provisions, such a per diem allowance for subsistence as the Secretary of War may deem proper. Improving Grays Harbor, Washington: For continuing improvement G'•F°H*“"’°'·W“"'· of harbor and bar entrance, three hundred and fifty thousand dollars. _ _ Improving Providence River and Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island: m$'§:}‘;§;§;,,,{°f,:§.f goi continuing improvement, one hundred and twenty-five thousand R-1. o ars. Locks and dams in Allegheny River, Pennsylvania: For continuing A¤¤8¤·=¤¥R“‘·¤‘·’•· improvement by construction of locks and dams at Herr Island, above the head of Six-Mile Island, and at Springdale, three hundred and ilfty thousand dollars.