Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 33 Part 1.djvu/1283

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1196 FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 1483. 1905. the construction of locks and dams on Big Sandy River and Tug and Levisa forks of the same, eighty-tive thousand dollars. D°¤'°“Ri'°*‘ Mm- Improving Detroit River, Michigan: For continuing improvement from Detroit to Lake Erie, in accordance with “Plan A," five hundred thousand dollars. M§,j},f¤* M¤'Y° R*"°"· Improving` Middle and West Neebish Channels, Saint Marys River, ` Michigan : or continuing improvement, one million two hundred thousand dollars. C,{°’”‘°'* C"“'“‘°‘· Improving Stockton and Mormon channels, California: For continuing improvement by dredging and by the construction of a canal to divert the waters of Mormon Channel into Calaveras River at and near the city of Stockton, forty-nine thousand three hundred and sixteen dollars. ~ Cogjglglggf m'" mmm: THE mrssrssrrrr mvnk commission. ,0'f,‘I,‘§‘},{,*§,"f°°'*°‘”°“ Improving Mississippi River: For continuing improvement in comletion of contract authorization of Mississippi River from Head of gasses to the mouth of the Ohio River, including salaries and clerical, office, traveling, and miscellaneous expenses of the Mississippi River Commission, two million dollars. N°**°¤*'°°'°°*°'*°*· xnrionnt. cnmmniuns. M°*¤°°¤**¤°°· Fon NA*r1oNA1. onmmnnmsz For maintaining and improving national cemeteries, including fuel for superintendents of national cemeteries, pay of laborers and other employees, purchase of tools and materials, one hundred and twenty thousand dollars. S“P°’l¤*°”"°””· Fon Surumzrrnxnnums or NATIONAL cnmmrnmmsr Eor pa of seventyl . five superintendents of national cemeteries, sixty-two thousand and sixty dollars., d,§$f‘Q§,§‘{?;§’ ‘°‘ "°I‘ HEADSTONES Fos GRAVES or sonnmns: For continnin the work of "furnishing headstones for unmarked graves of Union soldiers, sailors, and marines in national, post, city, town, and village cemeteries, naval cemeteries at navy-yards and stations of the United State , and other v¤1.11,p.scv. burial places, under the Acts of March third, eighteen hundred and vane, p.2s1. seventy-three, and February third, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, lift thousand dollars. ' c£:p’¤~ in ¤¤¤¤ ¤¤·¤ Igor marking the places where American soldiers fell and were tem- " porarnly interred in Cuba and China, nine thousand hve hundred dollars, said sum to be immediately available. Ramiwnvs- Rrzmiarxs noimwars TO iuriosnn cEmm·1·:im·:s: For repairs to roadways to national cemeteries which have been constructed by special qw.-gm, authority of Congress: 1"r¢wide¢{, That no railroad shall be permitted ,,fi}‘,;;{,’f;$*,];‘{‘,f,§’,§f,nPY upon the right of way which may have been acquired by the United States to a national cemetery, or to encroach upon any roads or walks constructed thereon and maintained by the United States, twelve thou- R0,,,,C,,0,,_ sand dollars: Pz·bwided_f?4:·t/¢¢»1·. That no part of this sum shall be used for repairing any roadway within the corporate limits of any city, town. or vil age. mlfggllgf °* *°"‘¥°¤* Bonzai. or rxnrenm sonnrnasz For expenses of burying in the Arlington National Cemetery, or in the cemeteries of the District of Columbia, indigent ex-Union soldiers, sailors, and marines of the late civil war and soldiers and sailors of the war with S ain who die in the District of Columbia, or in the immediate vicinity thereof, and of such soldiers, sailors and marines who die in the District of Columbia and are buried in the immediate vicinity thereof, to be disbursed by the Secretaryyof lVar, at a cost not exceeding forty-five dollars for such ggflkglsexpenses in each case, exclusive of cost of grave, three thousand