Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 34 Part 1.djvu/524

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494 FIFTY-NINTH CONGRESS. Sess. I. Ch. 3553. 1906. of the District of Columbia may determine: And providedfurther, m°°"·"*°°°“d"“*· That when in the judgment of said Commissioners they shall deem it safe and proper to construct over the newly Hlled approach to said bridge the necessary conduits and appurtenances to operate a street railway by the underground or conduit system, they are hereby authorized and directed to notify said Anacostia and Potomac River Railroad Company to construct such necessary conduits and arépurtenances over so much of its lines between the said new bridge an Franklin street, Anacostia, and u n failure or neglect of said railroad company to complete the worhibf installing such conduits and apipurtenances within

ix months after the date of such notification said railroad company

shall be subject to a line of not less than twenty-five dollars for eac and every day durin which it fails or neglects to install such conduits and appurtenances wdiich fine shall be recovered in any court of competent jurisdiction at the suit of said Commissioners. _ Ad¤i¤<{)m1p{~gr;=¤¤¢ And the Anacostia and Potomac River Railroad Company is hereby {,‘}}°q°§”£ ° I ° 8 required to pay a final sum of fifteen thousand dollars toward the cost of construction and the use of the new Anacostia River bridge, in addition to any sum to be paid or expended by said Anacostia and Potomac River Railroad Company for aplproaches, and in addition to any sums required to be expende by sa1 railroad under existing law for construction, maintenance and repairs, and the said sum of fifteen thousand dollarsis hereby declared a valid and subsisting lien against the franchises and roperty of said street railroad company, an shall be a legal indebtediness of said compan in favor of the District of Columbia jointly for its use and the use ofythe United States. And the said sum when paid or collected shall be paid into the Treasury of the United States, one-half to the credit of the United States and one;,half to the credit of the District of Columbia. Mee- SEWERS. °l°“'“”“‘ d For cleaning and repairing sewers and basins, thirty-eight thousand o ars. ¤*¤*¤*¤¤¤¤¤¤- For the employment of mechanics, laborers, and watchmen, and the purchase of coal, oils, waste, and other su plies, thirty-seven thousand two hundred and ninety-five dollars; and) estimates in detail shall be submitted hereunder for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and eight and annually thereafter. M°*“ *“’** P'P°· d Her main and pipe sewers and receiving basins, forty-four thousand o ars. $“"“"’°”· For suburban sewers, one hundred thousand dollars. R*¤"'“°"'¤¥· For purchase or condemnation of rights of way for construction, maintenance, and repair of public sewers, one thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary. P“¤P*°¤ **•“°¤· For completing construction of the sewage-dis sal system pumping station, an for machinery therefor, sixty-five tlilliusand dollars. For machine tools and furniture for sewage-pumping station, com- ·’*'*¤¤¤¤ "°¤¤°- plete, ten thousand dollars. For continuing construction of the Arizona avenue sewer, including its completion to the river and for its continuation to Tenleytown, with a diameter not exceeding twenty-four inches, and for necessary lateral sewers, fifty thousand dollars.

  • '°“” *}““‘°“· For sewer m valley of Falls Branch, forty-one thousand dollars.

,¤§f‘“‘ ”"’° "“°’°°¥"‘ For beginning work on extension of east side intercepting sewer _ from boundary sewer to Brookland, forty thousand dollars. L““°' "*"“°°°· All balances of former appropriations remaining after the execution of contracts for_works of the sewage-disposal system may be applied by the Commissioners of the Distnct of Columbia in the execution of other portions of said sewage-disposal system.