Pensacola, Fla. Port Royal, 8. C. man laborer, at four dollars per diem; one electrician, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one mail messenger, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays; two messengers, at two dollars per diem each; one pilot, at two dollars and twenty-six cents per diem; one master of tugs, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one draftsman, one thousand five hundred dollars; one bookkeeper, one thousand two hundred dollars; one foreman mechanic, at four dollars and twenty-four cents per diem, one thousand three hundred and twenty-seven dollars and twelve cents; one foreman of teams, at two dollars and twenty-four cents per diem, seven hundred and one dollars and twelve cents; one messenger and janitor, civil engineer's office, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays, seven hundred and thirty dollars; one stenographer and typewriter, civil engineer's office, one thousand two hundred dollars; in all, sixteen thousand six hundred and sixteen dollars and eighty-seven cents; Navy yard, Pensacola, Florida: For one clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one mail messenger, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays; one electrician, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one draftsman, at four dollars per diem, one thousand two hundred and fifty-two dollars; one foreman laborer, at three dollars and fiftytwo cents per diem, one thousand one hundred and one dollars and seventy-six cents; one stenographer, typewriter and telegraph operator, at three dollars and four cents per diem, nine hundred and fiftyone dollars and fifty-two cents; one writer, at two dollars and eighty cents per diem, eight hundred and seventy-six dollars and forty cents; in all, seven thousand five hundred and eleven dollars and sixty-eight cents; Naval station, Port Royal, South Carolina: For one clerk, one thousand two hundred dollars; one rodman and inspector, three dollars per diem; one messenger and janitor, one dollar and fifty cents per diem; one master of tugs, one thousand two hundred dollars; one mail messenger, including Sundays, two dollars per diem; one telegraph operator, including Sundays, two dollars per diem; one electrician, one thousand two hundred dollars; in all, six thousand five hundred and forty-six dollars and fifty cents; Naval station, Key West, Florida: For one mail messenger, at six hundred dollars; one clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one messenger and janitor, at one dollar and seventy-six cents per diem; in all, two thousand six hundred and forty-two dollars and forty cents; Navy-yard, New Orleans, Louisiana: For one clerk, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one rodman and inspector, at three dollars per diem; one messenger and janitor, at one dollar and fifty cents per diem; one stenographer and typewriter, civil engineer's office, at nine hundred and fifty dollars; one messenger and janitor, civil engineer's office, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays, seven hundred and thirty dollars; one foreman laborer, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one draftsman, at one thousand five hundred dollars; one messenger, commandant's office, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays, seven hundred and thirty dollars; in all, seven thousand seven hundred and ninety-six dollars and fifty cents; Navy-yard, Mare Island, California: For one clerk, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one writer, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents; one foreman mason, at six dollars per diem; one foreman laborer, at five dollars and fifty cents per diem; one pilot, at one thousand five hundred dollars per annum; one draftsman, at five dollars per diem; one mail messenger, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays; one messenger, at two dollars per diem; one electrician, at one thousand four hundred dollars; one quarterman joiner, at four dollars and fifty-six cents per diem; one telegraph operator, at tbree dollars and twenty-eight cents per diem; one clerk in civil engi Key West, Fla. New Orleans, La. Mare Island, Cal. neer's office, at one thousand dollars; in all, fifteen thousand two hundred and ninety-one dollars and sixty-seven cents; Navy-yard, Puget Sound, Washington: One clerk, at one thousand Puget Sound, Wash. two hundred dollars; one draftsman, at five dollars per diem; one mes. senger and janitor, at one dollar and seventy-six cents per diem, including Sundays; one master of tugs, at one thousand two hundred dollars; one copyist, at nine hundred dollars; one electrician, at one thousand two hundred döllars; one writer and telegraph operator, nine hundred dollars; one stenographer and typewriter, civil engineer's office, at one thousand dollars; one writer, at nine hundred dollars; one messenger, at one dollar and seventy-six cents per diem, five hundred and fifty dollars and eighty-eight cents; one foreman carpenter, at four dollars and fifty cents per diem, one thousand four hundred and eight dollars and fifty cents; in all, eleven thousand four hundred and sixty-six dollars and seventy-eight cents; . Naval station, San Juan, Porto Rico: One clerk, one thousand two San Juan, P. R. hundred dollars; one writer, commandant's office, nine hundred and sixty dollars; one mail messenger, four hundred and twenty dollars; one foreman, one thousand one hundred dollars; in all, tbree thousand six hundred and eighty dollars; Naval station, Hawaii: One writer, at one thousand and seventeen dollars and twenty-five cents per annum; one messenger, at two dollars per diem, including Sundays; in all, one thousand seven hundred and forty-seven dollars and twenty-five cents; Naval station, Cavite, Philippine Islands: One clerk, one thousand Cavite, P. I. two hundred dollars; one time clerk, four hundred and eighty dollars; one writer, three hundred and sixty dollars; one messenger, two bundred and forty dollars; one messenger, one hundred and eighty dollars; one clerk, commandant's office, seven hundred and twenty dollars; one messenger, commandant's office, one hundred and eighty dollars; in all, three thousand three hundred and sixty dollars; Naval station, Guam: One clerk, one thousand six hundred dollars; Guam. one foreman machinist, one thousand six hundred dollars; one messenger and janitor, six hundred dollars; in all, three thousand eight hundred dollars; In all, civil establishment, Bureau of Yards and Docks, one hundred and forty-eight thousand seven hundred and ninety dollars and ninety-two cents, and no other fund appropriated by this Act shall be used in payment for such service. Hawaii. PUBLIC WORKS, BUREAU OF YARDS AND DOCKS, NAVY-YARDS AND STATIONS, NAVAL ACADEMY, AND NEW NAVAL OBSERVATORY. Public works. Bureau of Yardsand Docks. NAVY-YARD, PORTSMOUTH, NEW HAMPSHIRE: Railroad and rolling Portsmouth, N. H. stock, additions, eight thousand dollars; sewer systems, extensions, five thousand dollars; tools for yards and docks, additional, two thousand dollars; electric plant, extensions, thirty-five thousand dollars; central heating plant, extensions, ten thousand dollars; steel-plant building, for construction and repair (to cost not to exceed one hundred and fifty thousand dollars), to complete, fifty thousand dollars; railroad and wagon scales, eight thousand dollars; electric elevators in new storehouse, eight thousand dollars; crane, hoists, and elevator for chain shed, six thousand dollars; underground conduit system, to continue, fifteen thousand dollars; to enable the Secretary of the Navy to continue and complete his examination concerning the fresh-water Water supply. supply at the Portsmouth Navy-Yard, directed by the Act of July Vol. 32, p. 672. first, nineteen hundred and two, two thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be needed; in all, one hundred and forty-nine thousand dollars. Boston, Mass. New York, N. Y. League Island, Pa. NAVY-YARD, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS: Sewer system, extensions, fifteen thousand dollars; electric-light plant, extensions, twenty thousand dollars; paving, to continue, fifty thousand dollars; railroad system, extensions, twenty thousand dollars; tools for yards and docks, five thousand dollars; underground conduit system, fifteen thousand dollars; approach to dry dock numbered two, tifty thousand dollars; capstans for dry dock numbered one, seven thousand five hundred dollars; wire-rope mill for equipment, sixty-five thousand dollars; anchor and chain shed for equipment, nine thousand three hundred dollars; in all, navy-yard, Boston, two hundred and fifty-six thousand eight hundred dollars. NAVY-YARD, NEW YORK, NEW YORK: Paving and grading, to continue, ten thousand dollars; railroad system, extensions, ten thousand dollars; electric plant, extensions, twenty thousand dollars; tools for yards and docks, two thousand dollars; railroad equipment, ten thousand dollars; cranes, seven thousand five hundred dollars; underground conduits, thirty thousand dollars; sewers and drains, six thousand dollars; commandant's quarters, additions, four thousand five hundred dollars; locomotive and car shed, extensions, five thousand dollars; heating system, extension, ten thousand dollars; latrines, additional, four thousand dollars; extension of building ten, two thousand five hundred dollars; granite and concrete dry dock, to continue, two hundred thousand dollars; prison on Cob Dock, fifty thousand dollars; in all, navy-yard, New York, New York, three hundred and seventy-one thousand five hundred dollars. NAVY-YARD, LEAGUE ISLAND, PENNSYLVANIA: To continue retaining wall about reserve basin, eighty thousand dollars; grading and paving, to continue, twenty-five thousand dollars; sewer system, extensions, three thousand five hundred dollars; electric plant, extensions, one hundred thousand dollars; railroad system, extensions, five thousand dollars; dredging and filling in Delaware water front, to continue, thirty thousand dollars; water system, extension, eight thousand dollars; underground conduit system, eight thousand dollars; fire-protection system, extensions, ten thousand dollars; sea wall extension, fifty thousand dollars; one officers' quarters, eight thousand dollars; extension of reserve basin, to continue dredging, seventy-five thousand dollars; locomotive crane track, extension, thirty thousand dollars; storehouse for naval supplies, to complete, eighty thousand four hundred and seventy dollars; in all, navy-yard, League Island, five hundred and twelve thousand nine hundred and seventy dollars. NAVY-YARD, WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Building for power plant, extension, to complete, one hundred and thirty-five thousand nine hundred and sixty-four dollars; coal storage and handling plant for new power plant, nineteen thousand and eighty-four dollars; machinery for power plant, extension, two hundred and five thousand two hundred dollars; sewer system, to extend, ten thousand dollars: walls about extension of yard, thirty-two thousand dollars; grading, to continue, five thousand dollars; paving, to extend, ten thousand dollars; drainage, to extend, five thousand dollars; underground conduit system, extension, ten thousand dollars; dredging, five thousand dollars; electric-light plant, extension, five thousand dollars; telephone and time systems, extensions, two thousand dollars; pipe-fitters' shop, twenty thousand dollars; one locomotive crane, ten thousand dollars; one one-hundred-and-fifty-ton platform scale, three thousand six hundred and seventy-five dollars; building for electric power plant, extension, ninety-seven thousand nine hundred and eighty-three dollars; in all, navy-yard, Washington, five hundred and seventy-five thousand nine hundred and six dollars. NAVY-YARD, CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA: Machine shop for steam engineering, to complete, thirty-four thousand dollars; powe: Washington, D. C. Charleston, S. C house for steam engineering, to complete, twenty-five thousand dollars; stone and concrete dry dock, to continue, three hundred thousand dollars; workshop, to complete, thirty thousand dollars; equipment building, to complete, sixty-two thousand five hundred dollars; shipfitters' shop, for construction and repair, to complete, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars; foundry, for construction and repair, to complete, fifty-five thousand dollars; storehouse and storekeeper's office, to complete, fifty thousand dollars; in all, navy-yard, Charleston, South Carolina, seven hundred and six thousand five hundred dollars. NAVY-YARD, NORFOLK, VIRGINIA: Purchase of land, four hundred Ncrfolk, Va. thousand dollars; railroad tracks, extensions, fire thousand dollars; machinery and tools for yards and docks, additional, three thousand dollars; fitting-out basin, to complete, fifty-five thousand dollars; piers and slips, one hundred thousand dollars; dredging, five thousand dollars; renewing wharves at entrance to dry docks, fifteen thousand dollars; water-closet at dry docks, five thousand dollars; electric plant, extensions, twenty thousand dollars; storehouse for torpedo-boat outfits, fifty-five thousand dollars; paving and grading, ten thousand dollars; railroud rolling stock, three thousand dollars; fire-protection system, extensions, fifteen thousand dollars; heating system, extensions, two thousand dollars; electric crane in erecting shop, fifteen thousand dollars; concrete and granite dry dock, to continue, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars; improvement to forty-ton locomotive crane, one thousand dollars; in all, navy-yard, Noèfolk, Virginia, nine hundred and fifty-nine thousand dollars. NAVAL STATION, KEY WEST, FLORIDA: Fire-protection system, exten Key West, Fla. sion, two thousand dollars. NAVY-YARD, MARE ISLAND, CALIFORNIA: Railroad system, exten Mare Island, Cal, sions, fifteen thousand dollars; electric plant, extensions, twenty-five thousand dollars; moving and improving building numbered one hundred and thirteen, five thousand dollars; improvement of channel in Mare Island Strait, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars; storage shed for yards and docks, to extend, three thousand dollars; freight shed, building forty-nine, to extend, three thousand dollars; dry dock water-closets and bath house, to complete, three thousand five hundred dollars; tools for yards and docks, tive thousand dollars; sewer system, extensions, five thousand dollars; telephone system, extensions, two thousand dollars; improvement of building forty-six for coppersmiths and plumbers' shop, twenty thousand dollars; improvement of buildings fifty-one, sixty-nine, and seventy-one, vine thousand dollars; building for oil storage, extension, seven thousand five hundred dollars; gallery for building fifty-one, one thousand five hundred dollars; elevators for buildings fifty-one and sixty-nine, four thousand dollars; improvement to rigging storeroom, building eighty-seven, five hundred dollars; improvements to medical dispensary, one thousand dollars; in all, navy-yard, Mare Island, two hundred and sixty thousand dollars. NAVY-YARD, PUGET Sound, WASHINGTON: Sewer system, exten- Puget Sound, Wash, sions, five thousand dollars; to continue grading, thirty thousand dollars; fire-protection system, extensions, four thousand dollars; electric-light plant, extensions, four thousand dollars; telephone system, extensions, two thousand dollars; railroad and equipment, extensions, sixteen thousand dollars; boat shop for construction and repair, to complete (to cost not to exceed one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, for which contract is hereby authorized), fifty thousand dollars; water system, extensions, six thousand dollars; beating system, extensions, six thousand dollars; extension of dry-dock boiler plant, fifteen thousand dollars; locomotive crane and track about dry dock (to cost ninety thousand dollars), to complete, fifty thousand dollars; dredging, ten thousand dollars; quay wall, extension, forty thousand dollars: roads and walks, five thousand dollars; yard scow, to complete, Pensacola, Fla. three thousand five hundred dollars; joiner shop, for construction and repair, extension, fifteen thousand dollars; two warrant officers' quar. ters, six thousand five hundred dollars; coal pockets, ten thousand dollars; timber storage shed, two thousand dollars; pile driver, two thousand five hundred dollars; fire-alarm system, five thousand dollars; machinery for yards and docks, carpenter shop, two thousand dollars; inachinery for yards and docks, machine shop, three thousand dollars; in all, navy-yard, Puget Sound, Washington, two hundred and ninetytwo thousand five hundred dollars. NAVY-YARD, PENSACOLA, FLORDIA: Dredging, to continue, ten thousand dollars; central power house (to cost one hundred and four thousand five hundred dollars), sixty thousand dollars; dump scows, twelve thousand dollars; tools for yards and docks, two thousand dollars; ship fitters' shop, building forty-four, extensions, ten thousand dollars; in all, navy-yard, Pensacola, ninety-four thousand dollars. New Orleans, La. NAVAL STATION, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA: Latrines, five thousand five hundred dollars; shops for steam engineering and fittings and grading, thirty-five thousand dollars; improvement of water front, forty-five thousand dollars; levée improvement and grading, thirty thousand dollars; railroad system, twenty-five thousand dollars; paving, twenty thousand dollars; telephone system, three thousand dollars; sewer system, extensions, ten thousand dollars; water system, extensions, eighteen thousand dollars; drainage system, ten thousand dollars; coal bins, five thousand dollars; two buildings for officers' quarters, ten thousand dollars; floor, construction and repair shops, five thousand five hundred dollars; fencing naval property, ten thousand dollars; central electric light and power plant, thirty-seven thousand five hundred dollars; closing Pattison street and Saux lane and grading, two thousand dollars; in all, navy-yard, New Orleans, two hundred and seventy-one thousand five hundred dollars. Guantanamo, Cuba. NAVAL STATION, GUANTANAMO, Cuba: Dry dock, two hundred thou sand dollars; dredging at Toro Key, forty thousand dollars; sea wall at Toro Key, seventy-five thousand dollars; reservoir and water system, fifty thousand dollars; clearing and grading, twenty thousand dollars; in all, three hundred and eighty-five thousand dollars. NAVAL STATION, TUTUILA: New deck for wharf, five thousand dol lars; in all, naval station, Tutuila, five thousand dollars. Cavite, P. I. NAVAL STATION, CAVITE, PHILIPPINE ISLANDS: Floating steel dry dock, to continue, seven hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars; for improving and enlarging naval prison, ten thousand dollars; in all, seven hundred and thirty-five thousand dollars. Olongapo, P. I, NAVAL STATION, OLONGAPO, PHILIPPINE ISLANDS: To complete surEstablishing naval vey of reservation, twenty thousand dollars; for repairing buildings erected by the Spaniards for temporary use as shops, storehouses, offices, and so forth, twenty-five thousand dollars; toward building one thousand seven hundred and fifty feet of quay wall, at one hundred and forty-four dollars per foot (one-fourth), sixty-three thousand dollars; commandant's quarters, nine thousand dollars; three officers' quarters, eighteen thousand dollars; toward constructing Marine barracks and outbuildings, fifty thousand dollars; Marine officers' quarters, six thousand dollars; dredging entrance to basin-channel four hundred by thirty-five feet deep, about twenty-five thousand cubic yards, at thirty cents, seven thousand five hundred dollars; dredging in basin in front of quay walls, one hundred and sixty thousand cubic yards, at thirty cents, for floating dock, forty-eigbt thousand dollars; water supply from brick-yard springs (capacity fifty thousand gallons in ten hours), eleven thousand feet four-inch galvanized-iron pipe, forty-seven and one-half cents per foot, five thousand two hundred and twenty-five dollars; valves and fittings, two hundred and fifty dollars; freight and transportation, seven hundred and twenty dollars; Tutuila. station. |