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Appropriations, 8C.-Continued.

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For continuing the inquiry into the causes of the decrease of food-fishes of the coast, of the

rivers, and of the lakes of the United States......
For the introduction of shad into the waters of the Pacific States, the Gulf States, and of the

Mississippi Valley, and of salmon, white-fish, and other useful food-fisbes, into the waters of the United States to which they are best adapted, $47,500, to be available from the passage of this act, to be expended under the direction of the United States Commissioner of Fish and Fisheries .... For preparation of illustrations for the report of the United States Commissioner of Fish and

Fisheries .................... For engraving and priuting certificates of Centennial stock for the International Exhibition to be held in the city of Philadelphia in the year 1876.....

Provided, That this appropriation shall not be construed as in any manner committing the
Government of the United States to any other payment whatever to meet the expenses of

said exhibition.
To enable the Clerk of the House of Representatives to pay the fourteen crippled and dis-
abled soldiers now in the employment of the Door.keeper of the House, from April 1,

1875, to December 6, 1875, the sum of $12,549.60; which is hereby appropriated .........
To enable the Clerk of the House of Representatives to pay Isaac Strohm for the time

employed in making out the warrants for bringing, by order of the House, persons before its bar, and other papers requiring the seal of the House of Representatives, $150 per annum, a sum sufficient for the purpose is hereby appropriated, and added to the contin

gent fund of the House of Representatives....... To enable the Clerk of the House to have prepared for the Public Printer copies of all the

"Summary Reports" of the Commissioners of Claims in cases reported to Congress as dig.
allowed under the act of March 3, 1871, of which twenty-five copies shall be printed and
bound for the use of the Senate and twenty-five copies for the use of the House..........
To enable the Clerk of the House of Representatives to cause to be erected in the Congres.
sional Cemetery monuments in memory of those Representatives who have died since the
erection of those last authorized, said monuments to be of marble or granite, and of uni-
form size and style with those previously erected, and to be contracted for by him with the
lowest responsible bidder therefor, after due public notice, $1,500, or so much thereof as
may be necessary ....
For the purchase of a noiseless steam-pump for the heating and ventilating department of the

House of Representatives, $1,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary...
For temporary clerks of the Treasury Department, $40,000; and for temporary clerks in the

office of the Treasurer of the United States, $20,000.........
For salaries and traveling-expenses of agents at seal fisheries in Alaska: one agent, at $3,650
per annum; one assistant agent, at $2,920 per annum; two assistant agents, at $2,190 each
per annum; and for necessary traveling-expenses of agents in going to and returning from
Alaska, at $600 each per annum; in all, $13,350. And hereafter no payment whatever

shall be made for this purpose from indefinite appropriations .............................. For expenses in detecting and bringing to trial and punishicent persons engaged in counter

feiting Treasury notes, bonds, national-bank potes, and other securities of the United States, and the coinage thereof, and for detecting other frauds upon the Government,

$125,000, to be disbursed under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury ............. For compensation in lieu of moieties in certain cases under customs revenue laws...

To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to adjust the account of the expenditure for “dies, paper, and stamps for the Internal Revenue Department," for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1875, a transfer on the books of the Treasury of such sum as may be necessary is hereby authorized: Provided, That the same shall not involve any actual expenditure of money from the Treasury.

To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to collect, procure, preserve, and arrange for use all vouchers, papers, records, and evidence, and to take and examine testimony as to claims against the United States, to be paid only upon the certificate of the Commissioners of Claims, the unexpended balance of the sum of $20,000 of the re-appropriation made by act of June 23, 1874, is hereby continued and rendered available for the service of the fiscal year ending June 30, 1876. To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to have the rebel archives and records of captured

property examined, and information furnished therefrom for the use of the Government.... To enable the Secretary of the Navy to pay the first installment due under contract made by him, in accordance with the joint resolution approved Jane 22, 1874, with Miss Vinnie

Ream, for the statue of the late Admiral Farragut.
To pay on behalf of the United States, as a portion of the general expenses of the District of

Columbia, to be expended by the commissioners of said District, $1,060,000, only to be
drawn as needed for immediate use; and $300,000 of this sum shall be available from the pas.
sage of this act; no salaries to be changed from the standard fixed under act of June 20, 1874.
To pay the interest on the 3-65 bonds issued under the act entitled "An act for the govern.
ment of the District of Columbia, and for other purposes," $185.000; and the salary of
the commissioner of the sinking-fund, acting as treasurer thereof, shall be $1,000 per
annum ..............
To defray the expenses of conducting the sanitary service of the District of Columbia..

Provided, That the commissioners of the District shall pay concurrently for such service to the board of health a like amount out of the treasury of the District of Columbia, which

they are hereby authorized and required to do.
For the payment of the salaries of the inspector of gas and meters, and assistant inspector,

for the District of Columbia ..............
To epable the Secretary of the Treasury to repay Jacob Parmerter, of Plattsburgh, New

York, the amount paid by him in satisfaction of a judgment rendered against him for an
official act as collector of customs for the district of Champlain .......

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............ $10,056, 445 94 To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to pay Charles Morgan for general average on the ship Alabama ...

3,000 00 To pay Thomas J. Durant for preparing a revision of the laws in relation to the District of Columbia, under the direction of the Committee on the Revision of the Laws.....

3,300 00 To enable the Joint Committee on the Library to purchase such works of art for ornament. ing the Capitol as may be ordered and approved.......

15, 000 00 And no work of art not the property of the United States shall be exhibited in the Cap. itol, nor shall any room in the Capitol be used for private studios or works of art, without permission from the Joint Committee on the Library, given in writing; and it shall be the duty of the Architect of the Capitol Extension to carry these provisions into effect. For rent of rooms on the second and third floors of the house numbered 1930, at the corner of

Pennsylvania avenue and 20th street, from November 1, 1874, to June 30, 1876, at the rate of $1,000 per annum, 81,666.66 to be paid from the unexpended balance of appropriation for, the Northern Boundary Commission, in which service the rooms are occupied. And the remaining balance of said appropriation, namely, the appropriation made by act of June 11, 1874, with the portion aforesaid, is hereby continued and rendered available for the purpose for which it was originally intended, and to complete the office work......... 1, 666 66 For repairs to the Post Office Department building, including necessary repairs to the roof,

the construction of stairways to basement, and the cost of heating-apparatus for the entire building...............................................................................

106, 000 00 To enable the Postmaster-General to pay for not exceeding 30,000 copies quarterly of the Upited States Official Portal Guide, and for mailing the same.....

20, 000 00 That section 8 of the act approved June 23, 1874, “making appropriations for the service of the Post-Office Department for the year ending June 30, 1875, and for other purposes," be, and the same is hereby, amended as follows: Insert the word "ounce" in lieu of the words "two ounces." That the Secretary of State be, and he is hereby, authorized to rent, furnish, and keep suita. ble buildings, with grounds appurtenant, at Peking, for the use of the legation in China, at an annual cost not exceeding 85,000; that the period of such lease shall be for two or more years, and with renewals, as the Secretary of State shall determine ; and that the sum of $5,000 is hereby appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropri. ated, therefor...........................................................................

5, 000 00 To pay the clerk to the Committee on Private Land Claims of the Senate......

2, 220 00 That hereafter the salary of the supervising surgeon-general of the United States marine hospital service shall be paid out of the marine hospital fund, at the rate of $1,000 per year; and the supervising surgeon-general shall be appointed by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate.

COAST SURVEY.

For every purpose and object necessary for and incident to the continuation of the survey of

the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the United States, with soundings and observations of deepsea temperatures in the Gulf Stream and Gulf of Mexico, and observations of currents along the same coasts, and the preparation, engraving, lithograpbing, and issuing charts, the preparation and publication of the Coast Pilot, and other results of the Coast Survey, the purchase of materials therefor, and including compensation of civilians engaged in the

work, and pay and subsistence of engineers for the steamers engaged on those coasts....... 360, 000 00 For every purpose and object necessary for and incident to the continuation of the survey of

the Pacific coasts of the United States, with soundings and observations of deep-sea tem. peratures in the branch of the Japan Stream off, and observations of other currents along, the same coasts; and the preparation, engraving, lithographing, and issuing of charts; the preparation and publication of the Coast Pilot and other results of the Coast Survey, with the purchase of materials therefor, including compensation of civilians engaged in the work, and pay and subsistence of engineers for the steamers used on those coasts..

231, 000 00 For every purpose and object necessary for and incident to the continuation of the triangula.

tion of the Coast Survey to form a connection between the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of the United States, and assisting in the State surveys, including compensation of civilians enraged in the work....................................................................

50, 000 00 For repairs and maintenance of the complement of vessels used in the Coast Survey.....

41, 000 00 For continuing the publication of observations, and their discussion, made in the progress of the Coast Survey, including compensation of civilians engaged in the work, the publication to be made at the Government Printing Office.....

8, 000 00 For general expenses of the Coast Survey, in reference to the Atlantic, Gulf, and Pacific coasts of the United States, namely: For rent of buildings numbered 211 South New Jersey avenue, and 215 South Capitol street,

(except such small portions as are occupied for the preservation and preparation of standard weights and measures,) for offices, work-rooms, and work-shops in Washington, D. C..... 10, 000 00 For rent of fire-proof building numbered 205 South New Jersey avenue, (except the portion

used for standard weights and measures,) for the safe-keeping and preservation of the orig. inal astronomical, magnetic, hydrographic, and other records; the original topographical and hydrographic maps and charts; the engraved plates, instruments, and other valuable articles of the Coast Survey......

5,000 00 For rent of office in San Francisco, Cal .....

2, 000 00 For fuel for all the offices and buildings............

2,000 00 For the transportation of instruments, mapy, and charts; the purchase of new instruments,

books, maps, and charts; and for gas and other miscellaneous expenses.................. 8,000 00 Vessels for the Coast Survey: For construction, equipment, and outfit of one schooper, of

about 72 feet in length, for the observation of currents along and off the Atlantic and Gulf coasts

16,000 00 Carried forward ..........

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Appropriations, fc.- Continued.

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.. $13, 881, 632 60 Piedras Blancas light-station, California : For completing station and establishing fog-signal at Piedras Blancas, California....

15, 000 00 DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.

1. 000 00 1,500 00 2, 2000 3, 400 00 2,000 00

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PUBLIC LANDS.
For rent of office of surveyor-general of Louisiana, fuel, books, stationery, and other inci.

dental expenses.....
For rent of office of surveyor-general of Florida, fuel, books, stationery, and other incidental

expenses ............. For rent of office of surveyor-general of Minnesota, fuel, books, stationery, and other inci.

dental expenses..... For rent of office of surveyor-general of Dakota Territory, fael, books, stationery, and other

incidental expenses ... For rent of office of surveyor-general of Kansas, fuel, books, stationery, and other incidental

expenses ....... For rent of office of surveyor-general of Colorado Territory, fuel, books, stationery, and other

incidental expenses ..... For rent of office of surveyor-general of New Mexico Territory, fuel, books, stationery, and

other incidental expenses.....
For rent of office of surveyor-general of California, fuel, books, stationery, and other inci-

dental expenses......
For rent of office of surveyor-general of Idaho Territory, fuel, books, stationery, and other

incidental expenses..
For rent of office of surveyor-general of Nevada, fuel, books, stationery, and other incidental

expenses..... For rent of office of surveyor-general of Oregon, fuel, books, stationery, and other incidental

expenses...... For rent of office of surveyor-general of Washington Territory, fuel, books, stationery, and

other incidental expenses....... For rent of office of surveyor-general of Nebraska and Iowa, fuel, books, stationery, and

other incidental expenses..... For rent of office of surveyor-general of Montana Territory, fuel, books, stationery, and

other incidental expenses..... For rent of office of surveyor.general of Utah Territory, fuel, books, stationery, and other

incidental expenses .... For rent of office of surveyor-general of Wyoming Territory, fuel, books, stationery, and

other incidental expenses .....
For rent of office of surveyor-general of Arizona Territory, fuel, books, stationery, and other

incidental expenses ......
That the Secretary of the Interior be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to cause &
careful examination to be made for the purpose of ascertaining whether any person, firm,
or corporation is now occupying any larger portion of the lands known as Rancho Panoche
Grande than is authorized and allowed by the laws relating to mining lands; and that he
make full and detailed report of such examination to Congress at the beginning of the next
Hession; and to enable the Secretary of the Interior to carry into effect this provision, the t
sum of $5,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby appropriated...........

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SURVEYING THE PUBLIC LANDS.

15, 000 00

For surveying the public lands in Louisiana, at rates not exceeding $12 per linear mile for

township and $10 for section lines, 815,000. And it is hereby provided that, out of the ap. propriation for surveying the public lands in Lonisiana for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1875, the sum of $4,200 may be expended in paying for clerical service in the office of the

surveyor-general. For surveying the public lands in Florida, at rates not exceeding 812 per linear mile for

standard lines, $12 for township, and $10 for section lines, and for closing up the expenses

of the office so far as relates to the surveying of the public lands.....
For surveying the public lands in Minnesota, at rates not exceeding $15 per linear mile for

standard lines, $12 for township, and $10 for secuion lines .......
For surveying the public lands in Dakota Territory, at rates not exceeding $12 per linear

mile for standard lines, 89 for township, and $8 for section lines ....
For surveying the public lands in Montana Territory, at rates pot exceeding $15 per linear

mile for standard lines, $12 for township, and $10 for section lines ... For surveying the public lands in Nebraska, at rates not exceeding $15 per linear mile for

standard lines, $12 for township, and $10 for section lines......... For surveying the public landy in Colorado Territory, at rates not exceeding $15 per linear

mile for standard lines, $12 for township, and $10 for section lines, and for heavily-timbered! lands, at augmented rates, not exceeding $18 per linear mile for standard, $16 for township,

and 814 for section lines................................................................. For surveying the public lands in Idaho Territory, at rates not exceeding $15 per linear mile

for standard lines, $12 for township, and $10 for section lines, and for heavily-timbered lande, at augmented rates, not exceeding $18 per linear mile for standard, $16 for township,

and $14 for section lines ....
For surveying the public lands in New Mexico Territory, at rates not exceeding $15 per lineari

mile for standard lines, $12 for township, and $10 for section lines .
For surveying the public lands in Arizona Territory, at rates not exceeding $15 per linear

mile for standard lines, 812 for townsbip, and $10 for section lines ....

10, 000 00 30,000 00 50,000 40,000 00 75, 000 00

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30,000 00 40, 000 00

20, 000 00

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. 14, 316, 232 60

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.... $14, 316, 232 60 For surveying the public lands in California, at rates not exceeding $15 per linear mile for

standard lines, 814 for township, and $12 for section lines, and for heavily-timbered moun. tain-lands, at augmented rates, not exceeding $18 per linear mile per standard, $16 for town. ship, and 814 for section lines......

70, 000 00 For surveying the public lands in Oregon, at rates not exceeding $15 per linear mile for stand

ard lines, $14 for township, and $12 for section lines, and for heavily-timbered lands lying west of the Cascade Mountains, at augmented rates, not exceeding $18 per linear mile for standard, 816 for township, and 814 for section lines .........

70,000 00 For surveying the public lands in Washington Territory, at rates not exceeding $15 per linear

mile for standard lines, $14 for township, and 812 for section lines, and for heavily-timbered lands lying in the mountains, at augmented rates, not exceeding $18 per linear mile for standard, $16 for towpship, and $14 for section lines.............

40, 000 00 For surveying the public lands in Utah Territory, at rates not exceeding $15 per linear mile for standard lines, $12 for township, and $10 for section lines...

30,000 00 For surveying the public lands in Nevada, at rates not exceeding $15 per linear mile for standard lines, $12 for township, and $10 for section lines.......

20,000 00 For surveying the public lands in Wyoming Territory, at rates not exceeding $15 per linear mile for standard, 812 for township, and $10 for section lines, and for heavily-timbered lands, at augmented rates, not exceeding $18 per linear mile for standard, $16 for township, and $14 for section lines........

30,000 00 For occasional examinations to test the accuracy of surveys in the field ....

10,000 CO For the survey of Indian reservations and subdividing portions of the same......

191, R20 00 Provided, That the sum of $100,000 thereof, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be applicable to the payment of such surveys executed prior to the end of the fiscal year end

ing June 30, 1875. For surveying confirmed private land-claims in California at legal rates, including necessary office expenses .....

20,000 00 For surveying confirmed private land claims in Colorado Territory, at a rate not exceeding $15 per linear mile ......

10,000 00 For surveying confirmed private land claims in New Mexico, at a rate not exceeding $15 per linear m ile.........................................................................

10,000 00 Provided, That the provisions of the third section of the act entitled "An act to reduce the expenses of the survey of the public lands in the United States," approved May 30, 1862, requiring that the cost of survey and platting shall be paid by the claimant for any private land claim before a patent therefor shall be issued, be, and the same is hereby, re

pealed. For survey of the boundary between New Mexico and Arizona, being so much of the thirty. second meridian west from the Washington Observatory ay lies between the parallels of thirty-one degrees and twenty minutes and thirty-seven degrees of north latitude, at a rate not exceeding $70 per linear mile ........

27, 370 00

EXPENSES OF THE COLLECTION OF REVENUE FROM SALES OF PUBLIC LANDS.

For salaries and commissions of registers of land-offices and receivers of public moneys at

pinety land-offices .........
For incidental expenses of the land-offices .......
For expenses of depositing moneys received from sales of public lands.......
To meet the expenses of suppressing depredations upon the timber on the public lands...

525, 700 00 57, 940 00 13, 000 00 5, 000 00

CAPITOL EXTENSION.

50, 000 00 200, 000 00

For work on the Capitol, and for general care and repairs thereof......
For improvement of the Capitol Grounds, according to the plans and under the general direc.
tion of Fred. Law Olmstead, to be expended by the Architect of the Capitol..............

And the telegraph-companies having offices in the Capitol are directed to take from the Capitol Grounds, and the streets around the same, all telegraph poles, and connect these lines with the Capitol by means of cables laid underground; and further, that the Washing. ton and Georgetown and the Metropolitan Railway Companies are directed to take up such portions of their tracks as may come in the way of the improvement of the Capitol Grounds and relay the same as may be directed by the officers in charge of the improvements of the Capitol Grounds. And the Architect of the Capitol is hereby directed to move from the Capitol Grounds all stables, workshops, and other buildings which may be in the way of

the improvements of said grounds. For stable for mail-wagons, &c., for Senate, to be erected on lot at the north of the Capitol,

recently purchased by the United States..... For repairing steam-boilers and for steam-traps for Senate wing.....

10, 000 00 3, 500 00

BOTANIC GARDENS.

For lining with wood the iron ventilators of the conservatory, $400; for sash for double glaz.

ing for north front of the same, $350; for concrete or other walks for garden, 8800; for additional forcing-house, $1,000; for painting and glazing, $600; for fence to square on the

south side of Maryland avenue, $600; in all.............................................. For building for soil and coal shed on the south side of Maryland avenue, $1,200; and for filling and grading the bed of the old canal, $1,500.....

That any moneys appropriated for the purpose of erecting a building on the ground owned by the Women's Christian Association of the District of Columbia, under the act of June 23. 1874, which may remain unexpended on the 30th of June, 1875, are hereby continued and rendered available for the service of the ensuing fiscal year.

3,750 00 2,700 00

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.. $15, 727, 012 60 REFORM SCHOOL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. For the superintendent, $1,500; two assistant superintendents, at $750 each; matron, 3600; 1 two teachers, at $600 each; for medicines and physician's fees, $500 ; gardener, $720; superintendent of workshops, $600; laborer, $144 ; seamstress, laundress, and servants, $340; and for fuel, clothing, and incidentals, $2,696; making, in all, the sum of....

10, 000 00

205, 270 00

METROPOLITAN POLICE. For salaries and other necessary expenses of the Metropolitan police for the District of Columbia ....

Provided, That a further sum, amounting to $102.635, shall concurrently be paid to defray the expenses of the said Metropolitan police force, out of the treasury of the District of Columbia: Provided. That the duties devolved and the authority conferred upon the board of metropolitan police by law, for police purposes, in said District, shall extend to and include all public squares or places; and said board are hereby authorized and required to make appropriate rules and regulations in relation thereto. To enable the proper accounting officers to settle the accounts of Binger Herman, late re

ceiver of public moneys at Roseburgh, Oregon, the sum of $545.77 is hereby appropriated, of which the sum of $116.53 only may be repaid from the Treasury as balance due him for overpayment on account of sales of public lands .....

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GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE.
For the support, clothing, medical, and moral treatment of the insane of the Army and Navy

and revenue-cutter service, and of all persons who may have become insane since their
entry into the military or paval service of the United States and who are indigent, and of

the indigent insane of the District of Columbia, in the Government Hospital for the Insane For completing the river.wall and raising boundary-walls, at their intersection with the same For general repairs and improvements, including the main entrance to the hospital, and for

coal-vault in the rear of the east wing of the hospital building....... For supplying the hospital with water from the Potomac aqueduct............... For the purpose of paying the State Lunatic Asylum for insane convicts, at Auburn, New

York, for the keeping of George Sheppard and James Blowers, United States convicts who became insane while undergoing sentence, and who were kept and maintained in said asylum after their term of sentence had expired, the sum of ..

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COLUMBIA INSTITUTION FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB.

For the support of the institution, including salaries and incidental expenses, the maintenance

of the beneficiaries of the United States, and $500 for the books and illustrative apparatus.. For continuing the work on the erection, furnishing, and fitting up the buildings of the insti.

tution, in accordance with the plans submitted to Congress..........

48,000 00 40,000 00

24, 300 00 25, 000 00

COLUMBIA HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN AND LYING-IN ASYLUM, AND OTHER CHARITIES.
For the support of the Columbia Hospital for Women and Lying-in Asylum, over and above

the probable amount which will be received from pay-patients.
To complete the purchase of the ground around Columbia Hospital, $25,000, which shall be

available immediately.......................................
For care, support, and medical treatment of 75 transient paupers, medical and surgical p&.

tients, in some proper medical institution in the city of Washington or in the District of Columbia, under & contract to be formed with such institution, $15,000, or so much thereof

as may be necessary, under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior..... For the Soldiers and Sailors' Orphans' Home, Washington City, District of Columbia, to be

expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Interior............ To aid in the support of the Children's Hospital, Washington, District of Columbia...... For the Freedmen's Hospital and Asylum in Washington, District of Columbia, namely: For

subsistence, salaries, and compensation, fuel and light, clothing, rent of hospital buildings, medicines and medical supplies, forage and transportation, and miscellaneous expenses.... For the immediate relief of the suffering poor of the District of Columbia, to be distributed

by the commissioners of the said District .... For the National Association for the relief of the Colored Women and Children of the District

of Columbia.....

15, 000 00 10,000 00 5,000 00

45, 000 00 10,000 00 10,000 00

20,000 00 10,0000 9, 500 00

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION.
For preservation of the collections of the surveying and exploring expeditions of the Govern.

ment...................
For fitting up new halls required for the Government collections........
To complete the heating-apparatus of the National Museum ........

WAR DEPARTMENT.

ARMORIES AND ARSENALS.
For Rock Island Arsenal, Rock Island, Illinois :
For shop A: For a wood-working and gun-carriage shop for arsenal
For shop F: For a rolling-mill and for forging-shop for the armory....

And $100,000 of said appropriation for shops A and F shall be available immediately.

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