Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 35 Part 1.djvu/1018

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SIXTIETH CONGRESS. Sess. III Ch. 299. 1909. 1001 _ Improving Stockton and Mormon channels, California: For con- m§{1°ggQ,*fe*{;¤*gal{°*· trnuing improvement rn completion of contract authorization, fifty- ’ ` six thousand and seventy-nine dollars. _ Improvin§Tennessee River below Chattanooga, Tennessee, Ala- beiriiineirsriizmriiirigij bama, and entucky: For continuing improvement at Colbert and T°¤¤- Bee Tree shoals in completion of contract authorization, one hundred and twenty thousand dbllars. Improving Trinity River, Texas: For the construction of locks and Tm" m'°"T°" dams, one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars. Improving waterway from Franklin to Mermentau, Louisiana: For u,Y,§*,‘}‘Q,',L,’§,‘,’{,y,,}°`,§f‘I'f,ff‘ comp eting improvement, one hundred thousand dollars. aterway from Pamlico Sound to Beaufort Inlet, North Carolina: %m°$&ml}? g`o£ continuing improvement, one hundred and thirty-five thousand 1et,N.c. ` o ars. Improving Withlacoochee River, Florida: For completing improve- 6rW,}.*,l*l¤°°°°h°° my melnt of channel following ripute F,Ffifty thousand doilars. f img; I mproving i iver: or continu' im rovement o ”?P¥’ Ri'°’ Mississippi River fromlliead of Passes to the moiitii of the Ohio River, Common including salaries and clerical, office, traveling, and miscellaneous expenses of the Mississippi River Commission, two million dollars. NATIONAL onmnrnnms. m§··¤¤¤¤¤ <=¤¤=·e¤¤¤- Fon NATIONAL onmnrmnms: For maintaining and improving Mummucs national cemeteries, including fuel for superintendents, pay of laborers and other employees, (purchase of tools and materials, one hundred and twenty thousand ollars. _ _ Fon. sU1>mmr•:·r1rNr>1nN'1‘s OF NATIONAL cmmrnnms: For pay of sev- S“\’°““*°”"°“'* enty-six sréperintendents of national cemeteries, sixty-two thousand seven him ed and eighty dollars. Hnxnsronns Fon crmvns or- sommns: For continuing the work of d,§,g?gg;g¤ '°*‘ ·*>*· 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 States, and other burial places, under the Acts of March third, eighteen hundred V¤*·17·r-=’»¢-*- and seventy-three, and February third, eighteen hundred and sev- v,,1_20_,,_,8,_ enty-nine also for continuing the work of rnishing headstones for unmarked graves of civilians interred in post cemeteries under the €**‘m¤¤¤·- Acts of April twenty-eighth, nineteen hundred and four, and June v¤r.m.p.ps. thirtieth, nineteen hundred and six, seventy-tive thousand dollars, to l°l‘“*· ’· "°· be immediately available. Rnpxrnrxo ROADWAYS TO NATIONAL cnmmmnrmsz For repairs to wg;v·i¤ ¤> ¤>•d· roadways to national cemeteries which have been constructed by ` special authority of Congress: Provided, That no railroad shall be per- P,,,,,,,.,,, mitted upon the right 0 Way which may have been acquired by the mfipgufgggglglgggznby United States to a national cemetery, or to encroach u n any roads` or walks constructed thereon and maintained by the Uirlrited States, twelve thousand dollars: Promkled further, That no part of this sum aemreem. shall be used for repairing any roadway within the corporate limits of any city, town, or village. Brmrxr. or rxorosxr sornrmzss For expenses of burying in the 50}},*;;*,gl °‘ i"°*8°“‘ Arlington National Cemetery, or in the cemeteries of the District of Columbia, indigent ex—'Union soldiers, ex-sailors, or ex—marines of the United States service, either regular or volunteer, who have been honorably discharged or retired and who die in the District of Columbia, to be disbursed by the Secretary of War, at a cost not exceeding forty-five dollars for such burial expenses in each case, exclusive of cost of grave, three thousand five hundred dollars, one-half of which sum shall be paid out of the revenues of the District of Columbia.