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Appropriations, &C.-Continued.

Brought forward.........

.........318, 390,756, 51 Superintendent's of assessments and taxes office: One superintendent, $2,400; two clerks, at $1,200, $2,400; one messenger, $720; contingent expenses, books, stationery, and miscellaneous items, $2,280 ; in all, $7.800.

Inspector's of gas and meters office : One inspector, 82,000 ; one assistant inspector, $1,000, in all, $3,000.

Assessor's office : Two clerks, at $1,200 each, $2,400; one messenger, at $1.50 per day, $469.50; contingent expenses, including books, stationery, printing, temporary clerks, and so forth, 84,380.50, in all, 37,250.

Harbor master of Georgetown, 880; sealer of weights and measures, 880: in all, 9160.

Engineer's office: One chief clerk, $1.760; one clerk, $1,440: fire clerks, at $1.200 each, $6,000 ; one clerk, 8960; one clerk. $900; one clerk, $720; one clerk, at $3.20 per day. 81,001.60; one clerk, at $3 per day, $939; one computing engineer, $2,400; one dranghts man, $1,000; one leveller, $1,600; two levellers, at $4 per day each, $2,504; two rodmen, at $780 each, $1,560; one axeman, at $2 per day, $626; one axeman, 600; one inspector of asphalt pavements, $2,400; one inspector, 81,440; one inspector, at $2.50 per day. $882.50; eleven inspectors, at $4 per day each (employed for six months), $6,886 ; two overseers, at $1,200 each, $2,400; one overseer, $960; one overseer, at $4 per day, 81, 352 one superintendent of property, $1,800; one watchman at property yard, $720; two watchmen at property yard, at $1.50 per day each, $1,095; one inspector of fuel, at 82 per day, $626; one janitor of public buildings, $720; two watchmen at public buildings, at $600 each. $1.200: one laborer, 8600; one laborer, $480; one laborer, at 81.25 per day, 8391.25 : one laborer, at 81.50 per day, $469.50; one superintendent of permits, 81.400 : one sewer. tapper, $1,000; two messengers, at $600 each, $1,200 ; one messenger, $540 ; one driver, 3600 : contingent expenses, books, stationery, and so forth, $4,927.15; in all, 853,840.

Fuel, ice, repairs, general miscellaneous expenses, and so forth, for District offices, 83.000.

For the public schools of the District of Columbia, as follows: One superintendent, 22,700 ; one superintendent, $2,250; one secretary, $150; one clerk to committee of accounts, board of trustees, 8150; one clerk, $900; one clerk, 8800 ; five teachers, at $1,650 each, 88, 250 ; one teacher, $1,600; two teachers, at $1,350 each, $2,700; one teacher, $1,300; one teacher, $1,200; one teacher, $1,100; fifteen teachers, at $1,000 each, $15,000, one teacher, $960, two teachers, at $950 each, 81,900; twelve teachers, at $900 each, $10,800 ; ten teachers, at $850 each, 38,500; twenty teachers, at $200 each, $16,000; thirty-one teachers, at $750 each, $23, 250 ; fifty-one teachers, at 8700 each, $35, 700, fifty-seven teachers, at 3650 each, $37,050; eighty-three teachers, at $600, $49,800; twenty-five teachers, at $550 each, 813,750; ten teachers, at $500 each, $5,000; five teachers, at 8450 each, $2,250; twelve teachers, at $425 each, $5,100; fifty teachers, at $400 each, $20,000; one temporary teacher, $350 ; six teachers, at $250 each, $1,500; one janitor, $1,140; one janitor, 01,102; one janitor, 81,087; one janitor, $922; one janitor, 8914; one janitor, $900; one janitor, $880; one janitor, $850; one janitor, $682; one janitor, $622; ope janitor. $602; one jani. tor, $588; one janitor, $584; one janitor, $582; one janitor. $540; one janitor, $430 ; two janitors, at $384 each, $768 ; two janitors, at $288 each, $576; one janitor, $250 ; one jani. tor, $230; one janitor, $225 ; one janitor, $216 ; one janitor, $192; three janitors, at $172 each, $516; one janitor, $180; one janitor, $150 ; two janitors, at $160 each, $320 ; one jan. itor, $140; one janitor, $92.23; six janitors, at 886.40 each, $518.40; twelve janitors, at 880 each, $960 : three janitors, at $120 each, $360 ; four janitors, at $60 each, 8220; eleren jan. itors, at $54 each, 8594; nine janitors, at $50 each, $450; additional teachers and increase of pay by continuous service, 822,000; rent of school buildings. $30,000; fael, 812,000 : repairs to school buildings, 825,000; contingent expenses, including books, stationery, printing, insurance, and miscellaneous items, $21,587.37; for the construction of two new school buildings, purchase of lots, and furniture, complete and ready for occupancy, at 837.500 each, $75,000: Provided, That two lots on square 158, south side of Massachusetts avenue and west of Seventeenth street, belonging to the United States, may be used by the Commissioners of the District of Columbia for school purposes, and they may erect one of said school-houses thereon: And provided, That the inspector of build ings of the District shall have authority and control over and supervision of the construe. tion and repairs of all school buildings if the Commissioners deem best to delegate the same to him : in all, $475,000.

For the Metropolitan police, as follows: One major and superintendent, 32,665 ; one captain, $1,800; one property clerk, $1,800; one clerk. $1,500; three surgeons, at 3450 each, 31.350 : six detectives, at 81,320 each, 37,920; ten lieutena nts, twenty gergeants, at $1,140 each, $22.800 ; seven acting sergeants, at $1,080 each. 87.560: seventy-three privates, class one, at $900 each, 395,700; one hundred and twenty privates, class two, at $1.080 each, $129,600; sixteen station keepers, at 8516 each. 88.236: eight laborers, at 8420 each, 83,360 ; two telegraph operators, at $780 each, 81,560 ; one messen. ger. $900; one messenger, $360 ; one major and superintendent, mounted service, $360 ; one captain, mounted service, $240; fifty lieutenants, sergeants, and privates, mountent, at 8240 each, $12,000 ; rent of police station houses and police headquarters, 86, 200; fuel, $1.543 : repairs to station houses, $1,200; miscellaneous expenses, including stationery. gas telegraphing, ice, washing, printing, meals to prisoners, repairs to van, &c., $12, 184; In all, 8305,240: Provided, That all new appointments shall be made to class one: And provided, That the number in any class shall not at any time exceed the number herein designated.

For the fire-department and fire-alarm, as follows: Two commissioners (one of whom shall be appointed by the Secretary of the Interior to represent the interests of the general government on said board of commissioners), at $200 each, 8400; one commissioner and secretary. 8400; one chief engineer, $1,800; one assistant engineer, $1,400; one superin. tendent of fire alarm telegraph $1,500; two telegraph operators, at $1,000 each, $1.000 : eight foremen, at $1,000 each, $3,000; six engineers, at $1,000 each, $6,000; six firemen, at 8800 each. 84.800 : two tillermen, at 8300 each, $1.600 ; eight hostlers, at 8300 each, $6.400; forty-eight privates, at $720 each, $34,560 ; six privates, at $7:20 each, temporarily employed, $4,320 ; repairs to engine-houses, $1,000; fuel, 8500: purchase of horses, $2,000 ; repairs to apparatus, $5,000; contingent expenses, including hose, forage, stationery. horseshoeing, washing, and miscellaneous items, $25,420 ; in all, 8103,700. Carried forward.....

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Bronght forward....

................818, 390, 756 51 For the courts, as follows: Police court, one judge, $3,000; one clerk, 32,000; one deputy clerk, $1,000; two bailiffs, at 33 per day each, $1,878; one messenger, $900; one door. keeper, 35-10; one justice of the peace, acting as judge in judge's absence, 3620; United States marshal's fees, $2,316; rent of building for police court, $1,700; contingent expenses, including books, stationery, fuel, ice, gas, witness fees, and miscellaneous items, $2,046 ; judicial expenses, $2,500 ; in all, $18,500.' For the streets, as follows: Removal of garbage, $10,355; street lamps, lighting, extin

and gas. $125,000 : repairs to street lamps, $1,000; erection of street lamps. $1.500matches for use of lamp-lighters, $30; one superintendent, $800; four lamplighters, at $180 each, $1,920; one lamp-lighter, $120. Parking commission: one superintendent, $1,200 ; one assistant superintendent, $700 ; contingent expenses, including laborers, cart-hire, trees, tree-boxes, tree-straps, tree-stakes, planting and care of trees, whitewashing, care of parks, and miscellaneous items, $13,400. Current work of repairs of streets, al levs, country roads, &c.: one overseer of repairs, $2,000; one clerk, $1.900 : four supervisors of roads, at 8900 each, $3,600 : labor, cart-hire, materials, and miscellaneous items, $75,500; sweeping, cleaning, and sprinkling streets and avenues, $35,100; cleaning alleys, $7,500; repairs to pumps, $2,500; cleaning Tiber sewer, $10,000; in all, 3326,455.

For miscellaneous expenses, as follows: Markets: one market master, $1,650 ; one market master, $1,500; two market masters, 81,800 ; contingent expenses, includ repairs, and miscellaneous items, $4,550 ; rent of market site and property yards, $1,175 ; hay scales, $200; rent of District offices, $6,000; general advertising, $7,000; miscellaneous items, books to register of wills, printing checks, damages, and so forth, $6,500 ; in all, 830,375.

For the health department, as follows: One health officer, $3,000; six sanitary inspect. ors, at $1,200, $7,200; two food inspectors, at $1,200 each, $2,400 ; clerks, $7,000, one pound-master, $1,000 ; contingent expenses, including books, stationery, fuel, rent, dis

infectants, and miscellaneous items, $3,800, in all, $24,000. For the interest and sinking fund on the funded debt..... And there is hereby appropriated, out of the proportional sam which the United States may contribute toward the expenses of the District of Columbia in pursuance of the Act of Congress, approved June 11, 1878, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1879, and annually thereafter, such sums as will, with the interest thereon at the rate of 3.65 per centum per annum, be sufficient to pay the principal of the 3.65 bonds of the District of Columbia, issued under the act of Congress approved June 20, 1874, at maturity : which ? said sums the Secretary of the Treasury shall annually invest in said bonds at not exceeding the par value thereof; and all bonds so redeemed shall cease to bear interest and shall be cancelled and destroyed in the same manner that United States bonds are

cancelled and destroyed. For general contingent expenses of the government of the District of Columbia ..... 20,000 00

All moneys appropriated under this act, together with all revenues of the District of Columbia from taxes or otherwise, shall be deposited, to the credit of the Treasurer of the United States, in the Treasury, as required by the provisions of section four of an act approved June 11, 1878, and shall be drawn therefrom upon requisition of the Com. missioners of the District of Columbia, such requisitions specifying the appropriation upon which the same is drawn; and in no case shall such appropriations be exceeded, either in requisition or expenditure; and the accounts for all disbursements shall be made monthly to the accounting officers of the Treasury by the Auditor of the District of Columbia, upon vouchers certified by the Commissioners of the District of Columbia as now required by law. And section two of an act approved March 3, 1877, entitled "An act for the support of the government of the District of Columbia for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1878, and for other purposes " be and the same is bereby, repealed.

1, 155, 583 55

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........... 19, 566 340 00 By the act making appropriations for the construction, repair, preservation, and completion of certain works

on rivers and harbors, and for other purposes. For improving Penobscot River, Me...

$6,000 00 For improving harbor at Belfast. Me.....

5,000 00 For improving Richmond Island Harbor,

3, 000 00 For improving Kennebunk River, Mo..........

2,000 00 For improving Merrimac River, Mass.......

5,000 00 For repair of harbor at Plymouth, Mass.....

3, 500 00 For the maintenance and annual repairs of the harbor at Provincetown, Mags .....

1,000 00 For improving the harbor of Hyannis, Mass ...

2, 500 00 Of which sum $500, or so much thereof as may be necessary, shall be expended in the removal of the wreck at that point.'' For improving Taunton River, Mass.....

1, 000 00 For improvin Providence River and Narragansett Bay, R. I....

60.000 00 For improving Little Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island and Connecticut.

5,000 00 For improving Connecticut River below Hartford, Conn., including dredging between Hartford and Middletown ....

. ......... For improving harbor at Stonington Conn.

37,500 For improving Thames River, Conn., to secure a fourteen-foot channel .................. 12,000 For improving harbor at Bridgeport, Conn...

10,000 For improving harbor at Norwalk, Conn...

10,000 Of which sum not exceeding $1,500 shall be expended on the bar below the bridge. For improving harbor at Port Jefferson, Long Island Sound, N. Y ........

5,000 For improving harbor at New Haven, Conn....

15, 000 00 For improving Hudson River, N. Y.........

30, 000 00 For removing obstructions in East River and Hell Gate, N.

250, 000 00 For improving Echo Harbor, New Rochelle, N. Y.

3,000 00 Eor improving harbor at Plattsburg, N. Y., dredging .........

2,000 00 For improving Raritan River, N.J....

60, 000 00 Carried forward....

538, 500 00

10,000

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Brought forward .....
For improving Superior Bay, Wis........
For improving Duluth Harbor, Minn..
For improving Passaic River. XJ...
For improving East Chester Creek, N. Y..
For improving harbor at Burlington, Vt ........
For improving harbor at Swanton, Vt.........
For improving Otter Creek, Vt ..........
For constructing pier in Delaware Bay, near Lewes, Del..
For piers of ice-harbor at New Castle, Del.
For improving harbor at Wilmington, Del ...
For improving Schuylkill River, Pa.....
For improving Delaware River below Bridesburg, Pa.
For improving Delaware River between Trenton and White Hill, N.J...
For the improvement of the navigation of the Allegheny River from the mouth of French

Creek to Pittsburgh, Pa ....
For improving Cohansey Creek, N.J..
For improving harbor at Baltimore, Md...
For improving Wicomico River, Md..................

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For improving James River, Va...........
For improving Appomattox River, Va
For improving Great Kanawha River.
For improving Cape Fear Rirer, N. C......
For improving Breton Bay, Leonardtown, Md......
For improving mouth of Nomoni Creek, Va.........
For improving Rappahannock River, Va .........
For improving harbor at Norfolk, Va., and its approaches...
For improving the harbors and channels at Washington and Georgetown, District of Co-
lumbia ..........

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Of which snm 820,000 shall be expended in dredging the channel of the Potomac
River between the Long Bridge and the United States Arsenal, and 830,000 shall be er.
pended in Georgetown Harbor and Channel ; and the whole of said snm of 850.000 is
hereby directed to be so expended as to produce the greatest immediate benefit to nar.
igation and commerce.
For improving Blackwater River, Va.
For improving Neuse River, N. C.....
For improving Hampton River, Va...
For improving Chickahominy River, Va....
For improving French Broad River, N.C..
For improving Pamlico River, N. C
For improving harbor at Edenton, N.C....
For improving harbor at Charleston, S. C...
For improving barbor at Savannah, Ga...
For improving inside passage between Fernandina and Saint John's, Fla.
For improving harbor at Cedar Keys, Fla., including removal of wrecks.
For improving Choctaw hatchee River, Florida and Alabama .......
For improving Alabama River, Ala.......
For improving Chattahoochie River, G
For improving Flint River, Ga ........
For improving Saint Augustin's Creek, Ga.....
For improving Warrior and Tombigbee Rivers, Alabama and Mississippi....

Of which sum $10,000 shall be expended on the Tombigbee above Columbus, and
820, 000 on the Warrior and Tom bigbee below Columbus.
For improving the Apalachicola River, Fla., including the slough connecting the Apa-

lachicola with the Chippola River ...
For improving New River from Lead Mines, in Wythe County, Va, to month of Green-

brier...............
For improving Pensacola Harbor, Fla.......
For improving harbor at New Orleans, La .....
For deepening channel of Sabine Pass and at Blue Buck Bar, Tex.....
For improving entrance to Galveston Harbor, Tex...
For improving Narrows of Sabine River above Orange, Tex., and to deepen the channe

at the mouth of the Sabine River ..........
For improving month of Trinity River, Tex ....
For improving mouth of Neches River, Tex ...........
For improving Passo Cavallo Inlet into Matagorda Bay
For examinations and surveys of South Pass of the Mississippi River: To ascertain the
depth of water and width of channel secured and maintained from time to time by
James B. Eads at the Sonth Pass of the Mississippi River, and to enable the Secretary
of War to report during the construction of the work the payments made from time to
time, and the probable times of other payments, and to report during the construction
of the work all important facts relating to the progress of the same, materials used,
and the character and permanency with which the said jetties and auxiliary works are
being constructed, as required by act approved March 3, 1875, and act approved June
19, 1878, which impose on the engineer officer the duty of certifying to the correctness
of expenditures for labor, material, and so forth, amounting to 8500,000, to be paid to
Mr. Eads in monthly installments .......
For removing raft in Red River and closing Tones Bayou, La...
For removing obstructions from Red River, La ...........
For improving Cypress Bayou, Texas and Louisiana...
For improving mouth of Red River, La.......
For improving harbor and the Mississippi River at Memphis, Tenn.....
For improving Mississippi River at and near Vicksburg, and protection of harbor at
Vicksburg, Miss. ...........

Carried forward ..........

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........................................ 82, 278. 000 00 or improving Ouachita River, Arkansas and Louisiana....

10, 000 00 or improving Yazoo River, Miss....

15, 000 00 or annual expense of gauging the waters of the Mississippi River and its tributaries : Continuing observation of the rise and fall of the river and its chief tributaries, as re quired by joint resolution of February 21, 1871 ....................................

5, 000 00 or improving Mississippi, Missouri, and Arkansas Rivers : Removing snags, sand-bars, wrecks, and other obstructions, and correcting and deepening the channel. ............ 190, 000 00

of which sum $100,000 shall be expended on the Mississippi River, $60,000 shall be ex. Dendell on the Missouri River, and $30,000 shall be expended on the Arkansas River. or improving Mississippi River from Saint Paul to Des Moines Rapids.................. 100, 000 00

Provided, That not exceeding $20,000 thereof may be used by the Secretary of War in his discretion in making a practical test of the flume invented by M. J. Adams, the said test to be made under the supervision and direction of said Adams, but without compensation to said Adams for his services; And provided further. That such test shall not be made until the right shall be secured to the United States to use said flume. in the event of the favorable result of said test, upon terms satisfactory to the Secre. tary of War. 'or survey of Missouri River from its mouth to Fort Benton, Mont...

30, 000 00 for improving Missouri River at or near Fort Leavenworth

10,000 00 for improvement of Arkansas River, between Fort Smith, Ark., and Wichita, Kans.... 20, 000 00 for improving Missouri River at Sioux City, Iowa ....

10, 000 00 'or improving Missouri River at Atchison, Kans.........

20, 000 00 for improving Missouri River opposite Saint Joseph .....

9,000 00 Por improving Missouri River at Eastport, Iowa, and at Nebraska City, Nebr...

30,000 00 for improving Missouri River at Council Bluffs, Iowa, and at Omaha, Nebr.

50, 000 00 For improving Missouri River above mouth of the Yellowstone River ...

45, 000 00 For improving the Mississippi River between the mouths of the Illinois and Ohio Rivers. 200, 000 00

Of which sum $15,000 shall be expended between the mouths of the Illinois and Mis.
souri Rivers, $30,000 between the foot of Dickey's Island and the mouth of the Ohio
River, and 88,000 between Islands Numbers Fourteen and Fifteen, near the town of
Kaskaskia, Ill.
For improving Upper Mississippi River: Operating snagboat...

20, 000 00 For improving Mississippi River from Des Moines Rapids to mouth of the Illinois River. 40, 000 00 For improving White River, Arkansas .....

10, 000 00 For improving Rush Chute and the harbor of Bur

5, 000 00 For improving barbor at Fort Madison, Iowa ....

3, 600 00 For removing bar in the Mississippi River opposite Dubuque, Iowa.

4, 000 00 For improving Des Moines Rapids ....

25, 000 00 For operating the canal at Des Moines Rapids .....

40, 000 00 For improving Rock Island Rapids, Mississippi River ......

6, 000 00 For improving Galena River and Harbor, Illinois......

12, 000 00 For improving Saint Croix River below Taylor's Fallg......

8. 000 00 For improving Red River of the North, Minnesota and Dakota, exclusively for dredging. 25, 000 00 For improving Illinois River .............

40, 000 00 For improving Cumberland River below Nashville, Tenn.......

40, 000 00 For improving Fourche Le Fevre River, Arkansas ........

10,000 00 For improving Cumberland River above Nashville, Tenn...

39, 000 00 Of which sum $18,000 shall be expended from Nashville to the Kentucky line, $6,000 from the Kentucky line to Smith's Shoals, and $15,000 at Smith's Shoals. For improving Tennessee River above Chattanooga...

11, 500 00 For improving Tennessee River below Chattanooga, including Muscle Shoals, and Duck River Shoal, and the Shoal at Reynoldsburg .......

210,000 00 Provided, That whenever, in the prosecution or maintenance of the work of improving Tennessee River between Decatur andFlorence, in the State of Alabama, it may be necessary, in the judgment of the Secretary of War, to take possession of any lands for canals or cut-offs, and a reasonable price for the same can be agreed upon between the owner of said lands and the officer in charge of said work on the part of the United States, the Secretary of War may authorize the purchase of said lands: Provided, That in case the owners of said lands shall refuse to sell the same at a reasonable price, then the price to be paid shall be determined, and the title and jurisdiction procured, in the manner prescribed by the laws of the State of Alabama: And provided, That in either

case the entire cost of such lands to the United States shall not exceed $10.000.
In consideration of the proposition of the Buffalo Bayou Ship Channel Company to turn
over their work at Morgan's Point, and to surrender their charter granted by the
legislature of Texas, and the rights accruing thereunder, to the United States, which
proposition is now on file in the War Department, and is hereby accepted, the govern-
ment hereby adopts the line surveyed from the ent in Red Fish Bar to the cut in Mor-
gan's Point, and the sum of $20,000 is hereby appropriated for the improvement of that
line ...................................... .......... .............................

80,000 00 Provided, That no part of said sum shall be expended until said Buffalo Bayou Shij Channel Company shall file with the Secretary of War in manner and form to be b him approved, their acceptance of this provision of this act. For improving Coosa River, Georgia and Alabama......

45, 000 00 For improving Hiwassee River, Tennessee......

3,000 00 For improving Oostenaula and Coosawattee Rivers, Georgia. ...

3, 000 00 For improving Oomulgee River, Georgia ..

7, 000 00 For improving Oconee River, Georgia............

1, 500 00 For an ice harbor at the mouth of the Muskingum River, Ohio.........

30, 000 00 For improving the Ohio River..........

250, 000 00 Of which som $50,000 or so much thereof as may be necessary, shall be expended in the removal of obstructions at Grand Chain, and not exceeding $100,000 on the Davis

Island Dam. For improving Little Kanawha River, West Virginia, dredging, removing obstructions, and for wing-dams, if required ....

18, 000 00 Carried forward........

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........................ 84,00 % For improving Guyandotte River, West Virginia ......

1,000 6 For improving harbor at Ontonagon, Mich ..........

17,000 Of which sum $15,000 shall be exdended in the construction of piers, and $2,000 in redging. For improving Bid Sandy River from Catlettsburg, Ky., to Head of Navigation....

12.000 For improving Wabash River, Indiana .........

20,000 0 For improving Eagle Harbor, Michigan.... For improving harbor at Marquette, Mich., for repairs ........

509 00 For improving harbor at Menomonee, Wis...

萬 For improving harbor at Green Bay, Wis....

000 6 For harbor of refuge at entrance of Sturgeon Bay Canal, Wis....

30,000 For improving harbor at Abnapee, Wis......

, 00 00 For improving harbor at Two Rivers, Wis....

21.0 E For improving harbor at Manitowoc, Wis ...

6. So For improving harbor at Sheboygan, Wis , repairs and dredging.

3. 00 ON For improving harbor at Port Washington, Wis For improving harbor at Milwaukee, Wis...... For improving harbor at Racine, Wis.

6. 000 e For improving harbor at Kenosha, Wis..

5,00 € For improving Fox and Wisconsin Rivers, Wis

150,000 For improving harbor at Chicago, ni..

13,000 For improving harbor at Calumet, Ill....

12,00) For improving harbor at Michigan City, Ind...

40,000 Gr For improving harbor at Charlevoix, Mich... For improving harbor at Frankfort, Mich For improving harbor at Manistee, Mich..

10,000 For improving harbor at Ludington, Mich .........

5. Gde For improving harbor at Pentwater, Mich............ For improving harbor at White River, Mich... For improving Saint Mary's River and Saint Mary's Falls Canal

300 09 Of which sum $200,000 shall be expended on the canal, and $100,000 shall be expended on the survey and improvement of the river toward obtaining a depth in present chan. nel of 16 feet. For improving harbor at Grand Haven, Mich... For improving harbor at Black Lake, Mich...

6,000 For improving harbor at Saugatuck, Mich...

5. ( 03. For improving harbor at South Haven, Mich..

7.500 de For improving river and harbor at Saint Josep For harbor of refuge at Lake Huron, Mich ...

73,000 For improving Detroit River, Mich ...........

50,

00 For improving Saint Clair Flats, Mich., repairs of canal..... For improving harbor at Muskegon, Mich.

5.000 For improving Saginaw River, Mich ......... For improving harbor at Cheboygan, Mich ...

3. 000 0 For improving harbor at Monroe, Mich.... For improving harbor and river at Au Sable, For improving harbor at Toledo, Ohio...... For improving harbor at Port Clinton, Ohio

10, For improving and surveying harbor at Sandusky City, Ohio

1.000 G For improving harbor at Cleveland, Ohio.

100, 000 a For improving harbor at Ashtabula, Ohio.......... For improving harbor at Erie, Penn ........ For improving harbor at Buffalo, NY......

100.00 For improving harbor at Oak Orchard, N. Y..

1,000 For improving harbor at Charlotte, N. Y., repair of piers ...

1. 000 00 For improving harbor at Pultneyville, N.Y.

4. 000 $ For improving harbor at Great Sodus Bay, N. Y.....

2 000 00 For improving Oakland Harbor, Cal ...

60.000 Bui this sum shall not be available until the right of the United States to the bed of the estuary and training-walls of this work is secured, free of expense, to the govern. ment, in a manner satisfactory to the Secretary of War; and if said right shall not have

been so secured by September 1, 1879, said sum shall be returned into the Treasury. For improving harbor at Little Sodus Bay, N.

5. 000 e For improving harbor at Oswego, N. Y.......

90,000 de For improving harbor at Wilmington, Cal ..

12 001 For improving Sacramento River. Cal.

2000 For improving Lower Willamette and Columbia Rivers, from Portland, Oreg., to the sea 45,000 For improving Upper Willamette River ...

12.00 For improving Upper Columbia River, including Snake River ... For constructing canal around the Cascades of Columbia River .....

100,000 For continuing the survey and observation of currents at the bar of the mouth of the

Columbia River ..........
For protection of river bank at Fort Brown, Tex....
For examinations and surveys for reservoir at sources of the Mississippi, Saint Croix,
Chippewa, and Wisconsin Rivers : completing survey ..........

23,00 For improving the entrance to Coos Bay and harbor of, Oreg .... For improving Lower Clearwater River, Idaho .................

5.000 For improving Elk River, W. Va., the sum of $5,000, appropriated by the act of June

18, 1878, is directed to be expended in the removal of obstructions to open navigation from Braxton Court House to the mouth of Big Sandy: Provided, however, That not exceeding 8500 thereof may be expended for the improvement of steamboat navigation at

Jarrett's Ford, but in no way to obstruct navigation by boats and rafts. For improving Souppernong River, N. C.

2006 For improving Mispillian Creek, Del.............

3 000 For improving Delaware River, at or near Cherry Island Flats....

100, OCD OP Carried forward ....

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