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League Island, Pa.

Washington, D. C.

one thousand two hundred dollars; improvement in building eight, one thousand dollars; in all, navy-yard, New York, New York, eightytwo thousand two hundred dollars.

NAVY-YARD, LEAGUE ISLAND, PENNSYLVANIA : To continue retaining wall about reserve basin, one hundred thousand dollars; grading and paving, to continue, twenty thousand dollars; sewer system, extensions, ten thousand dollars; railroad system, extension, twelve thousand dollars; dredging and filling in Delaware water front, to continue. thirty thousand doilars; water system, extension, five thousand dollars; fire-protection system, extensions, five thousand dollars; extension of reserve basin, to continue dredging, seventy-five thousand dollars; locomotive crane track, extension, twenty-five thousand doliars; underground conduit system, extension, fifteen thousand dollars; telephone system, improvements, two thousand five hundred dollars; extension of building twenty-four, three thousand dollars; locomotive crane for yards and docks, seven thousand five hundred dollars; berth for receiving ship, twenty thousand dollars; water-closets, additional, five thousand dollars; pump and boiler for caisson, dry dock numbered one, two thousand dollars; piers, extensions, forty thousand dollars; in all, navy-yard, League Island, three hundred and seventy-seven thousand dollars.

NAVY-YARD, WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Paring, to extend, eight thousand dollars; underground conduit system, to extend, five thousand dollars; dredging, to continue, five thousand dollars; building for electric power plant extension, to complete, seventy-fire thousand dollars; tire and telephone station and naval prison building, fourteen thousand dollars; fire-protection system, to extend, five tbousand dollars; railroad system, to extend, five thousand dollars; beating system, extension, five thousand dollars; water system, to extend, tifteen thousand dollars; in all, navy-yard, Washington, one hundred and thirty-seven thousand dollars.

NAVY-YARD, CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA: Stone and concrete dry dock, to continue, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars; approach to dry dock, fifty-seven thousand dollars; equipment for yards and docks workshop, tive thousand dollars; grading and paving, fifteen thousand dollars; railroad system, extensions, tive thousand dollars; railroad equipment, five thousand dollars; water system, extension, four thousand dollars; tire-protection system, five thousand dollars; machinery for yards and docks power house, fifty thousand dollars; in all, navyyard, Charleston, South Carolina, three hundred and ninety-six thousand dollars.

NAVY-YARD), NORFOLK, VIRGINIA: Piers and slips, to continue, fifty thousand dollars; dredging, to continue, five thousand dollars; electric plant, extensions, twenty thousand dollars; paying and grading, additional, seven thousand five hundred dollars; railroad rolling stock, additional, three thousand dollars; fire-protection system, extensions, five thousand dollars; heating system, extensions, three thousand dollars; locomotive, six thousand dollars; underground conduit system, ten thousand dollars; improvement to one hundred-ton shears, fifteen thousand dollars; telephone system, extension, two thousand dollars: sewers, extensions, three thousand dollars; wharf extension at Saint Helena, eight thousand five hundred dollars; roads at Saint Helena, four thousand dollars; storehouse and issuing room for clothing at Saint Helena, three thousand five hundred dollars; house for contagious diseases, two thousand five hundred dollars; in all, navy-yard, Norfolk, Virginia, one hundred and forty-eight thousand dollars.

NAVAL STATION, KEY WEST, FLORIDA: Fire-protection system, extension, three thousand dollars; pumping plant for fresh water, tive thousand dollars; dredging and filling in, fifteen thousand dollars: water system, six thousand dollars; in all, navy-yard, Key West, Florida, twenty-nine thousand dollars.

Charleston, S. C.

Norfolk, Va.

Key West, Fla.
Water supply, etc.

NAVY-YARD, MARE ISLAND, CALIFORNIA: Railroad system, extension. Mare Island, Cal. five thousand dollars; electric-plant system, extension, five thousand dollars; improvement of channel in Mare Island Strait, to continue, one hundred thousand dollars; sewer system, extensions, three thousand dollars; telephone system, extensions, one thousand dollars; paving and grading, to continue, ten thousand dollars; heating system, extension, five thousand dollars; addition to fire-engine house, building ninety-nine, four thousand dollars; two floats, four thousand dollars; improvements to building seventy-seven, one thousand five hundred dollars; improvements to building seventy-one, five hundred dollars; moving and improving washhouse, four thousand two hundred dollars; completion of torpedo-boat wharf, three thousand dollars; shed for condemned provisions, one thousand dollars. For the purpose of preparing and equipping yard for the construction of vessels, one hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars; in all, navy-yard, Mare Island, three hundred and twenty-two thousand two hundred dollars. Navy-YARD, PUGET SOUND, WASHINGTON: Sewer system, extensions,

Puget Sound. Wash five thousand dollars; to continue grading, twenty thousand dollars; fire-protection system, extensions, ten thousand dollars; electric-light plant, extensions, ten thousand dollars; telephone system, extensions, one thousand five hundred dollars; railroad and equipment, extensions, six thousand dollars; boat shop for construction and repair, to equip and complete, twenty-five thousand dollars; water system, extensions, three thousand dollars; heating system, extensions, six thousand dollars; locomotive and crane track about dry dock, to continue, thirty thousand dollars; dredging, to continue, ten thousand dollars; quay wall, extension, twenty-five thousand dollars; roads and walks, extensions, five thousand dollars; joiner shop, for construction and repair, to complete, five thousand dollars; machinery for yards and docks, two thousand dollars; piers, additional, fifty thousand dollars; in all, navyyard, Puget Sound, Washington, two hundred and thirteen thousand five hundred dollars. NAVY-YARD, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA: Central power house (to com

Pensacola, Fla. plete), forty-four thousand five hundred dollars; tools for yards and docks, two thousand dollars; water system, ten thousand dollars; fireprotection system, five thousand dollars; closets and lavatories, three thousand five hundred dollars; garbage crematory, seven thousand five hundred dollars; machinery for central power house (to cost one hundred and twenty thousand dollars), fifty thousand dollars; railroad track and equipment, ten thousand dollars; telephone system, extensions, two thousand dollars; elevator for building numbered one, one thousand dollars; in all, navy-yard, Pensacola, one hundred and thirtyfive thousand five hundred dollars.

NAVAL STATION, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA: Improvement of water New Orleans, La. front, fifty thousand dollars; levee improvement and grading, ten thousand dollars; paving, ten thousand dollars; sewer system, extensions, five thousand dollars; water system, extensions, five thousand dollars; machinery and tools for yards and docks shop, five thousand dollars; fire-protection system, ten thousand dollars; in all, navy-yard, New Orleans, ninety-five thousand dollars: Provided, That the appropriation Proviso,

Officers' quarters of ten thousand dollars for quarters for commandant and two officers quarters for fourteen thousand dollars, authorized under the naval appropriation Act for nineteen bundred and three, and two officers' quarters for ten thousand dollars, authorized under the naval appropriation Act for nineteen hundred and five, are hereby consolidated for four officers' quarters at the naval station, New Orleans, Louisiana.

NAVAL STATION, TUTUILA, SAMOAN ISLANDS; Lumber sbed, five hun . Tutuila, dred dollars; boathouse, five hundred dollars; in all, naval station, Tutuila, one thousand dollars. NAVAL STATION, OLONGAPO, PHILIPPINE ISLANDS: Repairs to exist- Olongapo, P. I.

Repairs, etc. ing buildings, twenty-five thousand dollars; drainage canal to com

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plete, twenty-five thousand dollars; water system, to extend, twenty thousand dollars; roads and bridges, five thousand dollars; sewer system, fifteen thousand dollars; tools for general use, two thousand dollars; hoisting machinery, four thousand dollars; rock crusher and appurtenances, four thousand dollars; in all, one hundred thousand dollars.

NAVAL STATION, ISLAND OF Guam: Dredging, five thousand dollars; extension of naval-station roads, five thousand dollars; in all, ten

thousand dollars. Plans, etc.

PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS: Plans and estimates required by section thirty-six hundred and sixty-three, Revised Statutes, and plans and specifications for public works, thirty thousand

dollars. Repairs and preser- REPAIRS AND PRESERVATION AT NAVY-YARDS: For repairs and preser

vation at navy-yards and stations, five hundred thousand dollars.

Total public works, three million one hundred and thirty-nine thou

sand seven hundred dollars. Public works.

PUBLIC WORKS UNDER THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY.

vation.

32, p. 1188.

Naval Academy. BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS, NAVAL ACADEMY: Toward the construction New buildings.

b of buildings, and for other necessary improvements at the Naval Vol. 81, p. 696; Vol.

. Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, as authorized by the Acts of Congress approved June seventh, nineteen hundred, and March third, nineteen hundred and three, eight hundred thousand dollars.

Public works.

PUBLIC WORKS UNDER BUREAU OF NAVIGATION,
Bureau of Naviga-
tion.
Training stations.

NAVAL TRAINING STATION, CALIFORNIA, BUILDINGS: To complete salt California.

water fire pumping system, hose, and hose houses, two thousand dollars; to complete and repair roads to wireless telegraph station on hill, one thousand five hundred dollars; painting outside and inside of officers' quarters, and repairs, two thousand dollars; necessary work on road from Pensacola wharf to barracks, five thousand dollars; beating mains, four thousand five hundred dollars; in all, fifteen thousand

dollars. Rhode Island: NAVAL TRAINING STATION, RHODE ISLAND, BUILDINGS: Extension of

buildings, increase of heating and lighting plants to afford sufficient capacity for new barracks and lecture room, and enlarging and covering coal bin, forty thousand dollars; additional story to assembly, lecture, and reading room, completion of saine in accordance with original plans, and furnishing of same, eleven thousand five hundred dollars; fire engine, with hose wagon, one thousand feet of hose, and small hose house, nine thousand dollars; furnishing the three double sets of officers' quarters, papering walls, oiling floors, supplying carpets and window shades, constructing roads and walks, and terracing, eleven thousand dollars; repairs to timber wharf and renewal of worn-out piling, two thousand dollars; feed cable for connecting the generating plant with officers' new quarters, one thousand dollars; in all, naval training station, Rhode Island, seventy-four thousand five

hundred dollars. faval War College, Naval War COLLEGE, RHODE ISLAND, BUILDINGS: For furniture

for officers' quarters in building numbered ten formerly belonging to training station, two thousand dollars; for alterations to main war college building to improve lecture room, provide more committee rooms and offices, new entrance in rear, and change main stairway, repairs to and painting of main building, repairs to electric installations, and providing new feeder from generator station, three thousand dollars; in all, tive thousand dollars.

In all, public works, Bureau of Navigation, ninety-four thousand five hundred dollars.

R. I.

PUBLIC WORKS, BUREAU OF ORDNANCE.

Public works.
BureauofOrdnance.

NAVAL MAGAZINE, New York HARBOR (Iona ISLAND): Steam fire Iona Island.

Naval magazine. pump, two thousand dollars ; new roof for administration building and repairs to walls, two thousand dollars; in all, four thousand dollars. NAVAL MAGAZINE, DOVER, NEW JERSEY: For naval powder depot, Dover, N. J...

Naval powderdepot. Lake Denmark, New Jersey: Cleaning, filling in, grading, and erect- Grading, etc., water ing fences on tract of seventy-eight acres acquired by purchase last supply reservation. year as a source of water supply for the reservation, six thousand dollars; standpipe, one hundred and eighty thousand gallons capacity, for fire protection, electric pump for filling same, and extension to pump house for its accommodation, eleven thousand eight bundred dollars; thirteen small houses, each five by six feet, to be erected at hydrants for protection of hose kept for fire protection, one thousand six hundred dollars; new charging station and pipes for extension of supply of air 'for air locomotive, seven hundred and fifty dollars; retaining wall, fixed ammunition house numbered one, five hundred dollars; eco magneto watchman's clock system, to insure proper watch service, two thousand dollars. In all, naval magazine, Dover, Lake Denmark, New Jersey, twenty-two thousand six hundred and fifty dollars.

NAVAL MAGAZINE, SAINT JULIENS CREEK, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA: Norfolk, Va. Repairing telephone line from navy-yard, one thousand dollars; improvement of the fire system, water tower and tank, pumping machinery, sprinklers, additional pipes, valves, and relaying pipes, fifteen thousand dollars; two steel frame corrugated galvanized-iron filling houses, twenty by thirty feet each, at one thousand dollars, two thousand dollars; in all, eighteen thousand dollars. NAVAL PROVING GROUND, INDIAN HEAD, MARYLAND: Repairs to Indian Head prov

ing ground, Md. creek wharf and water front, three thousand dollars; magazines for experimental purposes, seven thousand dollars; repairs to nitric-acid factory, ten thousand dollars; for grading, draining, clearing brush, five thousand dollars; in all, naval proving ground, Indian Head, twenty-five thousand dollars. NAVAL MAGAZINE, FORT MIFFLIN, PENNSYLVANIA: Fresh-water cis- Fort Mimin, Pa.

Naval magazine. tern of about sixty-tive thousand gallons capacity, with pump and connections, one thousand five bundred and fifty dollars; rebuild sea wall west of pier, ten thousand dollars; renew cribwork and repair wbarf, tive thousand dollars; in all, sixteen thousand tive bundred and fifty dollars.

Total public works under Bureau of Ordnance, eighty-six thousand two hundred dollars.

Naval magazine.

PUBLIC WORKS UNDER BUREAU OF EQUIPMENT.

Public Works, Bureau of Equipment.

NAVAL OBSERVATORY: Grounds and roads; continuing grading, ex- Grounds and roads.

Naval Observatory. tending roads and paths, clearing and improving grounds, ten thousand dollars.

PUBLIC WORKS UNDER BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY.

Public works. Bureau Medicine and

surgery, NAVAL HOSPITAL, CHELSEA, MASSACHUSETTS: Changing officers' Chelsea, Mass., hos

pital. quarters into wards for enlisted men, and building quarters for officers outside of naval hospital, twenty thousand dollars.

Total public works under Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, twenty thousand dollars. BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY.

Bureau of Medicine

and Surgery. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT: For surgeons' necessaries for vessels in Surgeons' necessacommission, navy-yards, naval stations, Marine Corps, and for the civil" establishment at the several naval hospitals, navy-yards, naval labora

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ries,

Contingent.

tory, museum of hygiene and department of instruction, and Naval

Academy, two hundred and forty thousand dollars. Hospital fund.

NAVAL HOSPITAL FUND: For maintenance of the naval hospitals at the various navy-yards and stations, and for care and maintenance of patients in other hospitals at home and abroad, forty thousand dollars.

CONTINGENT, BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY: For expressage on medical stores, tolls, ferriages, transportation of sick enlisted persons to hospital; transportation of insane patients; care, transportation, and. burial of the dead; advertising, telegraphing, rent of telephones, purchase of books and stationery, binding of medical records, unbound books, and pamphlets; postage and purchase of stamps for foreign service; hygienic and sanitary investigation and illustration; sanitary and hygienic instruction; purchase and repairs of wagons and harness; purchase of and feed for horses and cows; trees, plants, garden tools and seeds; furniture and incidental articles for the museum of hygiene and department of instruction, naval dispensary, Washington, naval laboratory, sick quarters at Naval Academy and marine barracks, surgeons offices and dispensaries at navy-yards and naval stations, surgeons' quarters at naval hospitals; washing for medical department at museum of hygiene and department of instruction, naval dispensary, Washington, naval laboratory, sick quarters at Naval Academy and marine barracks, dispensaries at navy-yards and naval stations, and ships and rendezvous; and for minor repairs on buildings and grounds of the United States Naval Museum of Hygiene and Department of Instruction; for the care, maintenance, and treatment of the insane of the Navy and Marine Corps on the Pacific coast, and all other necessary contingent expenses; in all, fifty thousand

dollars. Transferring home

TRANSPORTATION OF REMAINS: To enable the Secretary of the Nary, remains of officers, etc.

in his discretion, to cause to be transferred to their homes the remains of officers and enlisted men of the Navy and Marine Corps who die or are killed in action ashore or afloat, and also to enable the Secretary of the Navy, in his discretion, to cause to be transported to their homes

the remains of civilian employees who die outside of the continental Application of fund. limits of the United States, ten thousand dollars: Provided, That the

sum herein appropriated shall be available for payment for transportation of the remains of officers and men who have died while on duty at any time since April twenty-first, eighteen hundred and ninetyeight, and shall be available until used, and applicable to past as well

as future obligations. Repairs.

REPAIRS, BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY: For necessary repairs of naval laboratory, naval hospitals, and appendages, including roads, wharves, outhouses, sidewalks, fences, gardens, farms, and cemeteries, forty-five thousand dollars.

Proviço.

Bureau of Supplies and Accounts

BUREAU OF SUPPLIES AND ACCOUNTS.

Provisions, etc.

Provisions, Navy: For provisions and commuted rations for the seamen and marines, which commuted rations may be paid to caterers of messes, in case of death or desertion, upon orders of the commanding officers, commuted rations for officers on sea duty (other than commissioned officers of the line, Medical and Pay corps, and chief boatswains, chief gunners, chief sailmakers, chief carpenters), and midshipmen, and commuted rations stopped on account of sick in hospital and credited to the naval-hospital fund; subsistence of officers and men unavoidably detained or absent from vessels to which attached under orders (during which subsistence rations to be stopped on board ship and no credit for commutation therefor to be given); la bor in general storehouses and paymasters' offices in navy-yards, including naval stations maintained in island possessions under the control of the

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