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SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sus. II. Ons. 384, 385. 1912. 511 To the city of Auburn, California two condemned twelve- un *°b¤m·°¤'- bronze cannon for use at Belmont Pdst, Numbered One hund1~eld0an(d siiiiiioiiii t and one, Grand Arm& of the Republic the same to be subject at all times to the order of e Secretary of Vi’ar. _ To the city of Placerville, California, two condemned bronze or §l‘F,‘§,‘i,"_{2f,;°,§,}·,,_ brass cannon or iieldpieces, together with their carriages and twelve cannon balls, for use at Placerville Post, Numbered Onehundred and eight, Grand Army of the Republic, the same to be subject at all times

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0 eac o e_c1 es o p1a 0 , ensb alla amen. Walla, Vancouver, Wenatchga, and Everetttuigtate of Washmtiton, two bronze cannon, or ii dpieces, with their carri es and ou t of cannon balls the same to be subject at all- times l`»O“518. order of the Secretary of War. - Ml mc- To the city of Bellevue, Ohio, two condemned bronze or brass "°°’° cannon or lie dpieces, w1"· their carriages and with a suitable outiit gfx: cantgi;1 baas, same in a subject at all times to the order of the re 0 ar. To the citgy of Lancaster, Kentucky, one condemned bronze or brass L°°°°°m’ Ky' cannon or eldpiece, with carriage and a suitable outfit of cannon gvalls, same to be subject at all times to the order of the Secretary of ar. ,,,,1 ,,,,,, To each of the cities of Hillsdale, Jackson, and Ann Arbor, in the ·¤%?\¤¤ —&¤<`i¤‘·¤i¤¤- State of Mlchlgih, one condemned bronze or brass cannon or fieldpiece, with carriage and suitable outiit of cannon balls, same to be sulriject at all times to the order of the Secretary of War. ,,_,,,,,,_(,,_ o the city of Atlanta, Georgia, for the adornment of the State Capitol grounds in that city, four condemned bronze or brass cannon or eldpieces, with their carriages, and with a suitable outnt of cannon balls forfegvch, same to be subject at all times to the order of the Secret 0 ar. i>ae¤·e,s.1>a¤. 'llclillihe city of Pierre, South Dakota, for the adornment of the State Capitol grounds in that city, four condemned bronze or brass cannon or iieldpieces, with their carriages and a suitable outfit of cannon balls forfeéivch, same to be subject at all times to the order of the Secret 0 lu`- ams le, N. Mex. 'llii5l.he city of Santa Fe, New Mexico, for the adomment of the State B Ca itol grounds in that city, four condemned bronze or brass cannon or fielldpieces, with their carriages and a suitable outfit of cannon balls, same to be subject at all times to the order of the Secretary of War. ,,,m,,,,,__ Provided, That no ex use shall be incurred by the United States up ¤¤s><¤¤•• ¤<>r¤•· through the delivery o¥Bany of the foregoing condemned military °”‘ equipment. Approved, August 24, 1912. CHAP. 885.-An Act To rovide for the establishment of one life·savi¤¥ station Aww 0¤ th¤ larger of the two Libgxy Islands, situated at the entrance to Machias Bay, Maine; one life-nving station at Half Moon Bay, south of Point Montar¤_snd near Montaxa Reef, Calllomia; one lifesaving station at Mackinac Island Michigan; and one lifeeavin station at or near Sea Gate, New York Harbor, New Yzork, and to provids increased quarantine facilities at the port of Portland, Maine. · Be el enacted bv the Senate and House of Re esentatives of the United States of Americiz in Congress assembled, Tgt the Secretary of the ,,H§T:§;?° °°°°°°° Treasury be, and he is· hereby, authorized to establish additional lifesaving stations on the sea and lake coasts of the United States, as new Island,He. follows, namely: One on the larger of the two Libgf Islands, situated ,,,,,,,,0, ,,,,3,, at the entrance to Machias Bay, in the State of ame; one at Half Moon Ba , south of Point Montara and near Montara Reef, 11} the mcurm mma, State of (lalifornia; one at Mackinac Island, in the State of Michigan; **;;*1- GMI N Y and one at or near Sea Gate, New York Harbor, New York, at such. ‘ ‘