Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 37 Part 1.djvu/532

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SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 384. 1912. 509 To the city of Marianna Arkansas, two condemned bronze or brass "”**°”*· nk cannon or iieldpieces, their_carriages slid a suitable outfit of §;1;;¢;l;rl§al>I?%1&¢; same to be subject at all times to the order of the T0 the t°W¤ of C0Vl11gl¤01l, V`11‘gi¤.i¤., two cannon or field ieces °°""*‘°°·v"“ $2 same to be subject at all times to the order of the Secretlary oi To the city of Kingwood, West Yirginia two condemned bronze or K“"¥"°°d· w·V‘· ggzxtgggnwge same to be subject at all times to the order of the To Forest Qity, State of Missouri, one small condemned bronze F°‘°“°“’·“°· cannon, with its carriage and six cannon balls the same to be subject at all times to the order of the Secretary of Wu. To the city of Holton, Kansas, one condemned cannon, with its H°"°"•K“"‘ carriage and cannon balls, the same to be subject at all times to the order of the Secretarylof War. To the city of O ey, Illinois, two condemned bronze cannon, g{{’°§;,I,l§,, 6,,,,,, mounted on carriages for use at Eli Bowyer Post, Numbered Ninety- Am! P¤•*- two, Grand Armiof the Republic the same to be subject at all times to the order of the Secretary of War. To the eity_of Louisburg, Kansas, an obsolete piece of ordnance, “""‘°“'*·K""'· togher with its carriage or mounting, and six cannon balls, the same to subject at all timer to the order of the Secretary of War. To the city of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, two condemned bronze or B°*“'°'°“"· '"‘· brass cannon or fieldpieces, the same to be subject at all times to the order of the Secretary of War. To the city of Hanover, Pennsylvania, two condemned twelve- §ii?cl¥l?n:l·nmnnd ppund bronze cannon for use at Major_ Jenkins Post, Numbered *"""’°"· mety-nine, Grand Army of the Republic, the same to be subject at all times to the order of the Secretary of War. To the town of Wise, Virginia, two condemned cannon, with a m°°‘v" suitable outfit of cannon balls, the same to be subject at all times to the order of the Secretxlrty of War. D in P_ To the city of Dan e, Pennsylvania, one condemned bronze or Gggdwigh ents brass cannon or fieldpiece for use at Goodwich Post, Numbered Amy *’°“'· Twenty-two, Grand Army of the Republic, the same to be subject at all times to the order of the Secretary of War. pm m To the city of Chicago, Illinois, one condemned bronze or brass rl. §'Y"i?r..ry uma cannon, with its carriage and·a suitable outfit of cannon balls, for the ·'“'""' *"’”‘· use of L. H. Drury Post, Numbered Four hundred and sixty-seven, Grand Arm of the Republic the same to be subject at all times to the order ofy the Secretary of l?Var. N Y_ k To the State of New York, two bronze or brass fieldpieces or cannon. ngxmtir mma with their carriages and outfit of cannon balls, and so forth, not “°*" “"“‘““““'· needed for service, the same to be used on the site of the Newtown Battlefield Monument to General Sullivan, of Revolutionary fame. ,,“,,_ To the State of Utah, for the use of the Utah Indian War Veterans' Association, two condemned bronze or brass cannon or fieldpieces, with their carriages and outfit of cannon balls, the same to be subject at all times to the order of the Secretary of War. u,,w,,,,,_ ,,_·:_ To the village of Lancaster, Erie County, State of New York, two condemned bronze or brass cannon or fiel pieces, with their camaghes and outfit of cannon balls, the same to be subject at all times to the order of the Secretary of War. _ _ _ H,,,,,,,,g,,,,,_w_v.L To the city of Huntington, State of West Yirgrma, two bronze cannon or fie dpieces, with their carriages and outfit of cannon balls, the same to be sub'ect at all times to the order of the Secretary of War. O,egO,_ ,,,,_ To the city of (lregon, State of Missouri, one small bronze cannon or fieldpiece, with its carriage and six cannon balls, the same to be subject at all times to the order of the Secretary of War.