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materials, oflice and other necessary expenses, twenty-seven thousand dollars.

Gettysburg National Park: For continuing the work of establish- Gettysburg. ing the national park at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania; for the acquisition of lands, surveys, and maps; constructing, improving, and maintaining avenues, roads, and bridges thereon; making fences and gates; marking the lines of battle with tablets and guns, each tablet bearing a brief legend giving historic facts, and compiled without censure and without praise; preserving the features of the battlefield and the monuments thereon; providing for a suitable office for the commissioners in Gettysburg; compensation of three civilian commissioners, clerical and other services, expenses, and labor; the purchase and preparation of tablets and gun carriages and placing them in position, and all other expenses incidental to the foregoing, sixtythree thousand dollars.

Vicksburg National Military Park: For continuing the work of Vicksburg. establishing the Vicksburg National Military Park; for the compensation of three civilian commissioners and the secretary and historian; for clerical and other services, labor, iron gun carriages, the mounting of siege guns, monuments, markers, and historical tablets giving historical facts, compiled without praise and without censure; maps, surveys; roads, bridges, restoration of earth works, purchase of lands, purchase and transportation of supplies and materials; and other necessary expenses, fifty thousand dollars.

For continuing the construction of a memorial, under present limit of cost, commemorative of the services of the Union Navy in the operations of the Vicksburg campaign and siege, March twenty-ninth to July fourth, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, one hundred thousand dollars.

Naval memorial,

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Mount Rainier.

Crater Leke.

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK: For manitenance and repair of Yellowstone. improvements, including twenty thousand dollars for improvement of the roads leading into the park from the eastern and southern boundaries, seventy-five thousand dollars, to be expended by and under the direction of the Secretary of War; and to be immediately available: Provided, That no portion of this appropriation shall be expended for the removal of snow from the roads for the purpose of opening them in advance of the time when they will be cleared by seasonal changes.

MOUNT RAINIER NATIONAL PARK: For additional work upon the wagon road into said park from the west, heretofore surveyed and commenced, under the direction of the Secretary of War, to be immediately available, twenty-five thousand dollars.

CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK: For surveying, locating and preparing plans and estimates for roads and trails in Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, and to cover all expenses incident thereto, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of War, ten thousand dollars.

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS IN AND AROUND WASHINGTON: For im Buildings provement and care of public grounds, District of Columbia, as columbia. follows:

For improvement and maintenance of grounds south of Executive Improvement and Mansion, four thousand dollars.

For ordinary care of greenhouses and nursery, two thousand dollars.

For repair and reconstruction of the greenhouses at the nursery, three thousand dollars.

For ordinary care of Lafayette Park, two thousand dollars.

For ordinary care of Franklin Park, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For improvement and ordinary care of Lincoln Park, two thousand dollars.

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Monument grounds.

For care and improvement of Monument grounds and annex (Potomac Park) to Monument grounds, seven thousand dollars.

For improvement, care, and maintenance of Garfield Park, two thousand five hundred dollars.

For construction and repair of post-and-chain fences, repair of high iron fences, constructing stone coping about reservations, painting watchmen's lodges, iron fences, vases, lamps, and lamp-posts; repairing and extending water pipes, and apparatus for cleaning them; hose; manure, and hauling the same; removing snow and ice; purchase and repair of seats and tools; trees, tree and plant stakes, labels, lime, whitewashing, and stock for nursery, flower pots, twine, baskets, wire, splints, moss, and lycopodium, to be purchased by contract or otherwise, as the Secretary of War may determine; care, construction, and repair of fountains; abating nuisances, cleaning statues, and repairing pedestals, eighteen thousand five hundred and fifty dollars.

For improvement, care, and maintenance of various reservations, including purchase, maintenance, and driving of horse and vehicle for official use of the officer in charge of public buildings and grounds, and of other necessary vehicles, for official use, twenty-six thousand dollars.

For improvement, care, and maintenance of Smithsonian grounds, three thousand dollars.

For improvement and maintenance of Judiciary Park, two thousand five hundred dollars.

For laying cement and other walks in various reservations, two thousand dollars.

For broken-stone road covering for parks, three thousand five hundred dollars.

For curbing, coping, and flagging for park roads and walks, two thousand dollars.

For care and maintenance of Potomac Park, fifteen thousand dollars.

For completing the southern half of north B street from Virginia avenue eastward to Fifteenth street west as a park roadway according to plans prepared in the office of public buildings and grounds, to be expended under the direction of the officer in charge of that office, five thousand dollars.

For grading, soiling, seeding, and planting that portion of Potomac Park between the tidal basin and B street north, twenty-five thousand dollars.

For oiling macadam roads, five thousand dollars.

One half of the foregoing sums under"Buildings and grounds in and around Washington” shall be paid from the revenues of the District

of Columbia and the other half from the Treasury of the United States. Limit for concrete, Under appropriations herein contained no contract shall be made

for making or repairing concrete or asphalt pavements in Washington City at a higher price than one dollar and eighty-five cents per square yard for a quality equal to the best laid in the District of Columbia prior to July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-six, and with a base of not less than six inches in thickness.

For improvement, care, and maintenance of grounds of executive departments, one thousand dollars.

For such trees, shrubs, plants, fertilizers, and skilled labor for the grounds of the Library of Congress as may be requested by the superintendent of the Library building, one thousand dollars.

For such trees, shrubs, plants, fertilizers, and skilled labor for the grounds of the Capitol and House Office Building as may be requested

by the superintendent of the Capitol building, three thousand dollars. Executive Mansion

For improvement and maintenance of Executive Mansion grounds (within iron fence), four thousand dollars.

Potomac Park.

Half from District revenues.

etc., paveinents.

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For the employment of an engineer by the officer in charge of public buildings and grounds, two thousand four hundred dollars.

For purchase and repair of machinery and tools for shops at nursery, and for the repair of shops and storehouse, one thousand dollars.

For changing roads in the Executive Mansion grounds (within iron fence) and purchasing broken stone for same, three thousand five hundred dollars.

EXECUTIVE MANSION: For ordinary care, repair, and refurnishing Executive Mansion. of Executive Mansion, and for purchase, maintenance, and driving of horses and vehicles for official purposes, to be expended by contract or otherwise, as the President may determine, thirty-five thousand dollars.

For fuel for the Executive Mansion greenhouses and stable, six thousand dollars.

For care and maintenance of greenhouses, Executive Mansion, nine thousand dollars.

For repairs to greenhouses, Executive Mansion, three thousand dollars. For traveling expenses of the President of the United States, to be Traveling expenses

of the President. expended in his discretion and accounted for on his certificate solely, twenty-five thousand dollars, to be available during the fiscal years nineteen hundred and ten and nineteen hundred and eleven.

LIGHTING THE EXECUTIVE MANSION AND PUBLIC GROUNDS: For gas, Mansion satisdepublic pay of lamplighters, gas fitters, and laborers; purchase, erection, and grounds. repair of lamps and lamp-posts; purchase of matches, and repairs of all kinds; stoves, fuel, and lights for office and office stable, watchmen's lodges, and for the greenhouses at the nursery, seventeen thousand dollars: Provided, That for each five-foot burner not connected with a meter in the lamps on the public grounds not more than lamps. eighteen dollars shall be paid per lamp for gas, including lighting, cleaning, and keeping the lamps in repair, under any expenditure provided for in this Act; and said lamps shall burn every night, on the average, from fifteen minutes after sunset to forty-five minutes before sunrise; and authority is hereby given to substitute other illuminating material for the same or less price, and to use so much of the sum hereby appropriated as may be necessary for that purpose: Provided further, That four thousand seven hundred dollars of the foregoing re Parts from District sum shall be paid from the revenues of the District of Columbia and the remainder from the Treasury of the United States: And provided further, That not more than six thousand dollars of said appropriation Higher candle. may be expended for lighting, extinguishing, cleaning, repairing, and painting park lamps of a higher candlepower than those provided for above and not less than sixty candlepower, which lamps shall cost not to exceed twenty dollars and eighty-five cents per lamp per annum and shall otherwise be subject to the restrictions of this paragraph.

For lighting six are electric lights in Executive Mansion grounds within the iron fence, at not exceeding eighty-five dollars per light per annum, which sum shall cover the entire cost of lighting and maintaining in good order each of said lights, five hundred and ten dollars.

For lighting six arc electric lights at the propagating gardens, at not exceeding eighty-five dollars per light per annum, which sum shall cover the entire cost of lighting and maintaining in good order each of said lights, five hundred and ten dollars.

For lighting arc electric lights in publicgrounds, as follows: For seven in grounds south of the Executive Mansion, thirty-two in Lafayette, Franklin, Judiciary, and Lincoln parks, fourteen in grounds south of Executive Mansion and in Monument Park, and sixty-seven in Potomac Park driveway, one hundred and twenty in all, at not exceeding eighty-five dollars per light per annum, which sum shall cover the entire cost of lighting and maintaining in good order each

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of said lights; in all, ten thousand two hundred dollars, one half of which sum shall be paid from the revenues of the District of Columbia and the other half from the Treasury of the United States.

TELEGRAPH TO CONNECT THE CAPITOL WITH THE DEPARTMENTS AND GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: For care and repair of existing

lines, five hundred dollars. Grant memorial. GRANT MEMORIAL: For continuing work for the erection of the

memorial to General Ulysses S. Grant, thirty-five thousand dollars. Washington Monu WASHINGTON MONUMENT: For the care and maintenance of the Maintenance.

Washington Monument, namely: For one custodian, at one hundred dollars per month; one steam engineer, at eighty dollars per month; one assistant steam engineer, at seventy dollars per month; one fireman, at fifty-five dollars per month; one assistant fireman, at fifty-five dollars per month; one conductor of elevator car, at seventyfive dollars per month; one attendant on floor, at sixty dollars per month; one attendant on top floor, at sixty dollars per month; three night and day watchmen, at sixty dollars per month each; in all,

eight thousand eight hundred and twenty dollars. Expenses.

For fuel, lights, oil, waste, packing, tools, matches, paints, brushes, brooms, lanterns, rope, nails, screws, lead, electric lights, heating apparatus, oil stoves for elevator car and upper and lower floors; repairs to engines, boilers, dynamos, elevator, and repairs of all kinds connected with the Monument and machinery; and purchase of all necessary articles for keeping the Monument, machinery, elevator, and electric plant in good order, three thousand dollars.

REPAIRS OF BUILDING WHERE ABRAHAM LINCOLN DIED: For

painting and miscellaneous repairs, two hundred dollars. Wakefield, Va. IMPROVEMENTS, WAKEFIELD, VIRGINIA: For repairs to fences and

cleaning up and maintaining grounds about the monument, one hundred dollars.

UNVEILING STATUE OF GENERAL BARON VON STEUBEN: For Expenses of unveil- unveiling and dedicating the statue of General Baron von Steuben

and for each and every purpose connected therewith, two thousand five hundred dollars.

COMMISSION OF FINE ARTS: To meet the expenses made necessary by the Act approved May seventeenth, nineteen hundred and ten, entitled “An Act establishing a Commission of Fine Arts,” to be disbursed by the officer in charge of public buildings and grounds, on vouchers approved by the commission, who shall be the secretary and shall act as the executive officer of said commission, ten thousand

dollars. Rivers and harbors, RIVERS AND HARBORS, CONTRACT WORK: Toward the construction

of works on harbors and rivers, under contract and otherwise, and within the limits authorized by law, namely:

For works authorized by the river and harbor Act of eighteen hundred and ninety-six, as follows:

Improving harbor at Cleveland, Ohio: For completing improvement under contract authorization, forty-two thousand dollars.

For works authorized by the river and harbor Act of eighteen hun

dred and ninety-nine, as follows: Bay Ridge and Red

Improving channel in Gowanus Bay, New York: For continuing improvement of Bay Ridge and Red Hook channels, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

For works authorized by the river and harbor Act of nineteen hundred and two, as follows:

Improving Arthur Kill, New York and New Jersey: For continuing improvement of channel from Kill van Kull to Raritan Bay, thirty

thousand dollars. Cleveland, Ohio. Improving harbor at Cleveland, Ohio: For continuing improve

ment in accordance with plan for new harbor entrance and break

ing.

Commission of Fine Arts.

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contract work.

Vol. 29, p. 203.

Cleveland, Ohio.

Vol. 30, p. 1121.

Hork channels, New
York.

Vol. 32, p. 331.

Arthur Kill, N. Y. and N. J.

Vol. 33, p. 1117.

Neebish

Mississippi River.
Saint Paul to Min-

Locks and dams.

Saint Marys River,

Vol. 34, p. 1073.

water extension, in completion of contract authorization, one hundred thousand dollars.

For works authorized by the river and harbor Act of nineteen hundred and five, as follows: Improving Hay Lake and Neebish channels, Saint Marys River, Mehr

Saint Marys River, Michigan: For continuing improvement in completion of contract Hay Lake and authorization, forty thousand dollars.

For continuing improvement of Mississippi River between Saint Paul and Minneapolis by the construction of Locks and Dams Num- neapolis. bered One and Two, in completion of contract authorization, fiftynine thousand five hundred and forty-three dollars.

Improving Saint Marys River, Michigan: For continuing improve- Micha ment at the falls, in completion of contract authorization, twenty-five thousand dollars.

For works authorized by the river and harbor Act of nineteen hundred and seven, as follows:

Black Warrior, etc., Improving Black Warrior, Warrior, and Tombigbee rivers, Ala- rivers, Ald. 'bama: For continuing improvement by the construction of locks and dams, in completion of contract authorization, three hundred and twelve thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Boston, Massachusetts: For continuing Boston, Mass. improvement of thirty-five foot channel, nine hundred thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Bridgeport, Connecticut: For continuing Bridgeport, Conn. improvement, twenty-five thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Cleveland, Ohio: For continuing improve- Cleveland, Ohio. ment in accordance with plan for new harbor entrance and breakwater extension, one hundred and forty-nine thousand dollars.

Improving Detroit River, Michigan: For continuing improvement Detroit River, Mich. of Livingstone Channel in accordance with plan “B," east route, six hundred thousand dollars.

Improving Kennebec River, Maine: For continuing improvement kennebec River, from the mouth to Gardiner, in completion of contract authorization, forty-three thousand five hundred dollars.

Improving harbor at Ludington, Michigan: For continuing im Ludington, Mich. provement, three hundred thousand dollars. Improving Mississippi River from mouth of Ohio River to Minneap

Mississippi River. olis, Minnesota: For continuing improvement of Mississippi River the Missouri. from the mouth of the Ohio River to and including the mouth of the Missouri River, in completion of contract authorization, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

For continuing improvement of Mississippi River from the mouth of the Missouri River to Minneapolis, Minnesota, in completion of contract authorization, five hundred thousand dollars.

Improving New York Harbor, New York: For continuing improve- nam booke Channel, ment of Ambrose Channel, in completion of contract authorization, three hundred and twenty-four thousand five hundred and ten dollars.

Improving harbor at Norfolk, Virginia: For continuing improve- Norfolk, Va. ment of harbor and approaches, from deep water in Hampton Roads to the junction of the eastern and southern branches, including removal of shoals at the mouth of the eastern branch, one hundred thousand dollars.

Improving Ohio River below Pittsburg, Pennsylvania: For continuing construction of Locks and Dams Numbered Thirteen and Nos. 13 and 18. Eighteen, fifty thousand dollars.

For continuing construction of Lock and Dam Numbered Twentysix, four hundred thousand dollars.

Improving Passaic River, New Jersey: For continuing improvement Passaic River, N. J. of channel in Newark Bay and Passaic River, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

From the Ohio to

From the Missouri to Minneapolis.

Ohio River.
Locks and

Dams

No. 26.

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