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Pacific Coast Steamship Company. Payment to.
Agents, etc., salaries.
Paper for stamps.
Repairs to vessels, etc.
Buffalo, N. Y.
received by him as a fine on the Canadian tug M. F. Parsons and deposited by him to the credit of the United States Treasurer July thirtieth, nineteen hundred and three, for repayment by him to the owner or owners of the tug, or to the person or persons found by the collector to be entitled to receive the amount.
PAYMENT TO THE PACIFIC COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY: To pay the account of the Pacific Coast Steamship Company for damages to their steamer Ramona, caused by collision with the United States revenue steamer McCulloch off Martinez, California, April twenty-eighth, nineteen hundred and three, fifty dollars and thirteen cents.
COLLECTING INTERNAL REVENUE.
For salaries and expenses of agents, fees and expenses of gaugers, salaries and expenses of storekeepers and storekeeper-gaugers, and miscellaneous expenses incident to the collection of internal revenue, on account of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three, one hundred and fifty-five thousand dollars.
To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury on account of the appropriation "Paper for internal-revenue stamps," for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three, ten thousand five hundred and thirty-three dollars and twenty-nine cents.
To pay amounts certified to be due by the accounting officers of the Treasury on account of the appropriation "Redemption of stamps," one thousand five hundred and forty-one dollars and one cent.
To pay amounts certified to be due by the accounting officers of the Treasury on account of the appropriation "Refunding taxes illegally collected," fourteen thousand seven hundred and ninety-seven dollars and twenty-six cents.
For amount necessary to meet expenses for repairs to the revenue steamers Galveston, Manhatten, Hudson, Calumet, Fessenden, and Dexter, and for increased cost of supplies and rations for the service, one hundred and fifty-six thousand dollars.
To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury on account of the appropriation "Expenses of Revenue-Cutter Service" for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three, eleven thousand seven hundred and sixty-nine dollars and eight cents.
Treasury building, Washington, District of Columbia, special repairs: For enlarging the present drafting room of the Office of the Supervising Architect, Treasury building, Washington, District of Columbia, in order to furnish additional working space for an increase in the force, including all necessary changes in plumbing, and all changes incident to this work; and for all materials and labor required in the execution of the work, twelve thousand dollars.
For rewiring Treasury building for electric lighting, including exterior lighting, thirteen thousand five hundred dollars.
Replacing main sewers in north, south, and west corridors, subbasement, Treasury building, twenty-four thousand dollars.
For additional labor and materials necessary to complete two vaults now in course of construction at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, the amount to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, sixteen thousand dollars.
To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury on account of the appropriation for "Custom-house and post-office, Buffalo, New York," forty-four dollars and forty cents.
To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury Des Moines. Iowa. on account of the appropriation for "Post-office, court-house, and custom-house, Des Moines, Iowa," one dollar and twenty cents. Boone, Iowa, post-office: For completion of building under present limit, fifty-five thousand dollars. Centerville, Iowa, post-office: For completion of building under present limit, sixteen thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. Omaha, Nebraska, court-house, custom-house, and post-office: For completion of building under present limit, five thousand dollars. Bangor, Maine, custom-house and post-office: For balance of the Government's share of one-half of the estimated cost of repairing the bridge which spans the Kenduskeag stream and furnishes the approach to the custom-house and post-office at Bangor, Maine, five thousand four hundred and thirty-six dollars.
Greensboro, North Carolina, rent of buildings: For rental of temporary quarters, and expenses incident thereto, two thousand five hundred dollars.
Rome, Georgia, rent of buildings: For rental of temporary quarters for the accommodation of certain Government officials and expenses incident thereto, three thousand dollars.
Jacksonville, Florida, post-office and custom-house: For rental of temporary quarters and expenses incident thereto, ten thousand dollars. Los Angeles, California, rent of buildings: For rental of temporary quarters for the accommodation of certain Government officials and expenses incident thereto, ten thousand dollars.
Greensboro, N. C.
Los Angeles, Cal.
Macon, Georgia, public building: That upon the acquisition of the additional land authorized by the Act of Congress approved March. third, nineteen hundred and three, for the enlargement of the Federal building site at Macon, Georgia, the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to improve, repair, and remodel any building or buildings thereon which, in his opinion, may be made suitable for occupancy and use for post-office and such other purposes as may be practicable during the time the Federal building is being enlarged, remodeled, and Vol. 21, pp. 590, 1134. extended, and the appropriations heretofore made by the Acts of Congress approved June sixth, nineteen hundred, and March third, nineteen hundred and one, for rental of temporary quarters for Government officials at Macon, Georgia, are hereby reappropriated and made available, in addition to the purposes therein expressed, for the carrying into effect of the authorization herein contained and all expenses incident thereto.
Heating apparatus for public buildings: For heating, hoisting, and ventilating apparatus, twenty-five thousand dollars.
Heating, etc., ap
Vaults, safes, and
Vaults, safes, and locks for public buildings: For vaults, safes, and locks, and repairs to the same for all public buildings under the control of the Treasury Department, exclusive of personal services, except for work done by contract, fifteen thousand dollars; but of this amount not exceeding three thousand dollars may be expended for personal services of mechanics and others employed outside of the District of Columbia in making repairs and inspecting work done. To pay amounts found duc by the accounting officers of the Treasury Repairs. on account of the appropriation for "Repairs and preservation of public buildings" for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three, seven dollars.
Assistant Treasur er's Office, Philadel
Salaries, Office of Assistant Treasurer at Philadelphia: For two clerks, at the rate of one thousand two hundred dollars per annum phia. each, and one money counter, at the rate of nine hundred dollars per annum, for the balance of the fiscal year nineteen hundred and four, one thousand three hundred and seventy-eight dollars and ninety-five cents, or so much thereof as may be necessary.
Mints and assay offices.
District of Columbia.
Harbor and river front.
Union railroad station.
To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury on account of the appropriation "Contingent expenses, Independent Treasury," for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three, twenty-six thousand three hundred and ninety dollars and nine cents.
MINTS AND ASSAY OFFICES.
To pay amounts found due by the accounting officers of the Treasury on account of the appropriation "Contingent expenses, assay office at Seattle," for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, three dollars and sixty-three cents.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
Harbor and river front: For the improvement and protection of the harbor and river front, the enforcement of laws and regulations, construction and maintenance of wharves and buildings, and for other necessary items and services, four hundred dollars.
To enable the assessor of the District of Columbia to complete the assessments of real and personal taxes by the employment of temporary services, eight hundred dollars.
For night schools for pupils not over twenty-one years of age, and teachers of night schools may also be teachers in the day schools, two thousand eight hundred dollars.
For fuel for public schools, twenty thousand dollars.
For the purchase and repair of tools, machinery, material, and apparatus to be used in connection with instruction in manual training, and for incidental expenses connected therewith, two thousand five hundred dollars.
For rent of building to be occupied temporarily during construction of the new fifth precinct station, one hundred dollars.
Toward carrying out the provisions of the Acts of Congress proPurchase of land, viding for the elimination of grade crossings and the construction of grading, etc.
Vol. 31, p. 779.
Vol. 32, p. 918.
One-half from Dis trict revenues.
H. M. Chittenden.
Thomas H. Handbury.
a union railroad station in the District of Columbia, approved February twelfth, nineteen hundred and one, and February twentyeighth, nineteen hundred and three, for purchase or condemnation of the land necessary for the plaza and new streets, and for reconstructing, grading, and paving, together with the necessary incidental work in connection therewith, the streets, avenues, and ways changed in line of grade or newly created under the provisions of said Acts, this sum to be expended under the provisions of said Acts, and to continue available until expended, two hundred thousand dollars.
One-half of the foregoing amounts to meet deficiencies in the appropriations on. account of the District of Columbia shall be paid from the revenues of the District of Columbia and one-half from any money in the Treasury ot otherwise appropriated.
The accounting officers of the Treasury are directed to credit in the accounts of Captain H. M. Chittenden, Corps of Engineers, the sum of eleven dollars and forty-five cents, standing against him on the books of the Treasury.
The accounting officers of the Treasury are directed to credit in the Credit in accounts. accounts of Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas H. Handbury, Corps of Engineers, the sum of thirteen dollars and one cent, standing against him on the books of the Treasury.
Credit in accounts.
The accounting officers of the Treasury are directed to credit in the accounts of Major John Millis, Corps of Engineers, the sum of one dollar and seventy-six cents, standing against him on the books of the Treasury.
The accounting officers of the Treasury are directed to credit in the accounts of Captain Farrand Sayre, Eighth United States Cavalry, the sum of two hundred and twenty-six dollars and twenty cents, standing against him on the books of the Treasury.
The accounting officers of the Treasury are hereby authorized and directed to reopen the accounts of Captain C. H. Conrad, Third United States Cavalry, and to credit him with the amount of thirty-two dollars and eighty-five cents, expended by him on April thirtieth, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, in payment for extra-duty services at Fort Clark, Texas, rendered after the passage of the Act approved April twenty-sixth, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight, abolishing extraduty pay entirely in time of war, which Act became immediately effective, as war existed at the date of its passage.
The accounting officers of the Treasury are hereby directed, in the settlement of the accounts of George W. Baird, major and paymaster, United States Army, and lieutenant-colonel and deputy paymastergeneral, United States Army, to allow such credits for payments, not to exceed six hundred and seventy-nine dollars and three cents, as may be recommended under authority of the Secretary of War by the Paymaster-General of the Army.
To enable the Secretary of War to pay the amounts due certain newspapers for publishing advertisements for proposals for construction work, and so forth, as set forth in House Document Numbered Four hundred and eleven of this session, twenty dollars and fifty-two
SHERMAN STATUE: The sum of eight thousand dollars is hereby Payment for mod appropriated, and all sums remaining from any appropriations for els, etc. the Sherman statue are hereby reappropriated, and such appropriated and reappropriated sums are made available for paying for the models of said statue and for the improvement of the grounds in its vicinity, which grounds shall be hereafter known as Sherman plaza, and for preparing, at a cost not exceeding three hundred dollars, an illustrated description of said statue.
REIMBURSEMENT TO THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS: To reimburse the amount due the government of the Philippine Islands Government of. for expenses incurred between April first, nineteen hundred and one, and December thirty-first, nineteen hundred and three, in the maintenance of prisoners whose support is a proper charge against the United States Government, forty thousand six hundred and sixty-seven dollars and eighty-seven cents.
STATE, WAR, AND NAVY DEPARTMENT BUILDING.
For fuel, lights, repairs, and miscellaneous items and city directories, six thousand three hundred and seventy-two dollars and forty-four
UNDER THE CHIEF SIGNAL OFFICER.
For the purchase of supplies and equipments for use in the construction, maintenance, and repair of military telegraph lines in Alaska, two thousand five hundred dollars.
OFFICE OF THE QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL.
State. etc.. Department building.
Fuel, lights, repairs, etc.
Military telegraph lines.
Barracks and quar
Barracks and quarters: To supply a deficiency in the appropriation ters. "Barracks and quarters" for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and one, including all objects mentioned under this title of appropriation
Fort Phil Kearny massacre monument.
Fort Sill, Okla.
Maintenance of Apache prisoners.
Board of Visitors.
in the Army appropriation Act for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and one, five thousand six hundred and sixty-one dollars and eightyfive cents.
For construction and repair of hospitals at military posts already established and occupied, including the extra-duty pay of enlisted men employed on the same, and including also all expenditures for construction and repairs required at the Army and Navy Hospital at Hot Springs, Arkansas, except quarters for the officers, for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and one, one hundred and seventy dollars and
For the construction of buildings at, and the enlargement of, such military posts as, in the judgment of the Secretary of War, may be necessary, and for the erection of barracks and quarters for the artillery in connection with adopted projects for seacoast defenses, and for the purchase of suitable building sites for said barracks and quarters, for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and one, four hundred and ninety-one dollars and sixty-four cents.
For the purpose of erecting a suitable monument of rough masonry, and an historical tablet on the site of the Fort Phil Kearny massacre, Wyoming, which occurred on the twenty-first of December, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, seven hundred dollars.
For the erection of buildings and repairs to same, purchase of draft animals and live stock for breeding purposes, farm and household utensils, blacksmith and wheelwright tools and repairs to same, and all other necessary articles absolutely needed for the support and maintenance of the Apache prisoners of war permanently established at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, under control of the War Department, for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and two, three dollars and ninety
For repairing and improving the Government road from Springfield, Missouri, to the national cemetery near that city, for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three, two thousand seven hundred dollars.
For expenses of the Board of Visitors, including mileage, for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three, one hundred and forty dollars. For repairs and improvements, namely: Timber, planks, boards, joists, wall strips, laths, shingles, slate, tin, sheet lead, zinc, nails, screws, locks, hinges, glass, paints, turpentine, oils, varnish, brushes, stone, brick, flag, lime, cement, plaster, hair, sewer and drain pipe, blasting powder, fuse, iron, steel, tools, machinery, mantels and other similar materials, renewing roofs and for pay of architect, overseer, and citizen mechanics and labor employed upon repairs and improvements that can not be done by enlisted men, five thousand dollars.
For fuel and apparatus, namely: Coal, wood, charcoal, stoves, grates, heaters, furnaces, ranges and fixtures, fire bricks, clay, sand, and for repairs of steam-heating apparatus, grates, stoves, heaters, ranges, furnaces, and mica, ten thousand dollars.
For postage and telegrams for the fiscal year nineteen hundred and three, twenty-three dollars and two cents.
Gas-coal, oil, candles, lanterns, matches, chimneys, and wicking for lighting the Academy building, chapel, library, cadet barracks, mess hall, shops, hospitals, offices, stables, and riding hall, sidewalks, camp, and wharves, two thousand five hundred dollars.
For grading target range, increasing the number of targets and capacity of the range, for the fiscal years nineteen hundred and three and nineteen hundred and four, three thousand dollars.