Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 37 Part 1.djvu/924

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SIXTY-SECOND CONGRESS Sess. III. Ch. 148. 1913. 90] Neva:. snenox, Gum: Water system extension, $25 000. ¤¤•¤- ti0§U`I;··DH;::fAN?1GB0UN.:Ii; Igavu. Aommrr: Toward the wmtma. Nm! A¤•¤k¤v· 0 w an a ro 50 000 nogiu n25’0001>P , , , and the cost of the same shall svn. mamma srxnox Enom: Isumn, surnames: R ° sauna sm .;;¢..·:;;,·.:·:.·:,··:,*.;;é..;; ·.:······~ Par mm: sm? "“m‘· » _ . , ; vemen wa n ‘ me ferry shp, $10,000; in all, :%,000. ’ t° °°°°°°°’ Navu. mamma srnxon, Canupams: Water pipe, $10,000. mana anEg:i1.S, A'r;R!: For cleenmg, repair, and upkeep of grounds ltsul observatory. _ svn. vme aomm Ixnunnnan Maxxum: ‘ mum A ·¤ facilities, $29,000; storehouse for nitrate ofboda, $15,000 ;i1ima§Mi1IsivEl) ""’°"°·}‘:·dmn K proving ground Indianhead $44,000. ’ Naval coal depot, Melville Station, Rhode Island: Extension of mums, a.1., cod wharf, $10,000; sea wall, $10,000; quarters for machinist, $5,000; °°"" pamt and oil house $1,000; in all $26 000. Naval magazine, New York Harbor (Iona Island): Lnmch room and *3;*,* M·¤¤· N- Y-. lockers, $2,000; blacksmith shop, $2,500; quartexsfozrgunner $6 000- M m°°°°°' mNu,430’500.' F Laf N Yrk I ’ , av e, ort ayette, ew o : Extension of wharf ’°*¤·'*?·¤··N·Y·.

0,000; house for are tection $1000· .1r.»¢1g.‘ilg"""""""""’"

channel, $15,000; m a£ $22,000. Pm ’ ’ ’ Naval magazine, Lake Denmark, New Jersey: Fire and boundary u¤¤•m¤¤¤r,¤.1.. wall, to complete, $2 500; pump house, $1,000; in '“"‘“"""*“‘· `Naval magazine, Saint Juliens . Creek, Virginia: and ap- S•i¤U¤.l.1e¤s cmg, preaches, $40,000; fire-protection system, extensions, $2,500; railroad V" °"° '“““‘““°‘ syaigtem, extensions, $4,000; in all, $46&u5g0. bs M umd , ngineering experiment station, a , : Concrete ¤°¢“*,,r**¤¢*?=¤¤¤· mNwa1% :50,000. M d C M Pooh uy "‘;‘;° “°"· ava magazine, are , a ornia: e magazine bmldm' , ’·*•¤,¤· ¤-\·· ${15,000; two filling houses, $2,400; extension of sea wall, $2,500; in um °°` 0 , $19,900. For naval m e, navy yard, Puget Sound Washin on: One , *,,°°“, ¤°,·'•·¤·· building for storehouse, $15 000· clearing and groungd, $.*%,000; Jus m` quay wall, $15,000; one filling house, $1,500; one set of quartets for gunner, $6,000· in all, $40,500. . Naval toigiedo station, Newport, Rhode Island: Wharf and railroad, ,,§',‘§§,$‘,_°,,f}_*"°°· gangs Islan , $20,000; improvement water front, $10,000; in all, 000. Nav.1 m azine, Hin am, Massachusetts: Magaz1n' e for smokeless *¤¤¤*··¤¤- >¤····.· powder, railroad aglliroach and extended fire main, $16,555; rail- ""` °°°mf°°` road track to filling house, $1,890; one detonator house, $1,250; one gun-cotton house, $1 250; one filling house, $1,500- in all, $22 445. Naval magazine, Olongapo, Philippine Islands: Two sets of quar— ,,j’,,{§’,';‘,§,;,§§`,;f· ’·· teis, chemist and subinspector, $6,000; extension magazine, $1,300; filling house, $4,000· renewal of doclz, $4,000; in all, $15,300. Naval magazine, kuahua, Hawau: Two magazmes, $50,000; rail- ,,,E,,""’,,,;j,,1},,;""· road tracks and scales, $15,000; one ·gl1I1HB1‘S’ quarters, $7,000; machinggy and tools, $20,000; one ship mg house, $60,000; building for torp oes and mines, $50,000; two §ling houses, $16,000; one segregation house, $10,000; one bombproof, $1,500; one roof, $500; building for marine guard, $2,500; compremed air locomotive plant, $18 000; in all, $250,500. Marine barracks, Boston, Massachusetts: Barracks, $100,000; 0Hi- _M,,;*_jf¤ cers' q_uarters, $48,000· in all,_$14.8,000. _ _ Manne barracks, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Central heating plant rm:u¤¤1p¤e.p... for Marine Corps establishment, $35,000; roads, walks, sewers, and distributing systems, extensions, $15,000; in all, $50,000. Marine arracks, Puget Sound, Washington: One set bachelor ?¤¤°*S°°==='·‘*¤¤· quarters, for eight officers, $35,000.