FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. Sess. 1I. Ch. 105. 1877. 353 For purchase of additional land, and moving the light-house at Egg Egg I¤1¤¤d.N-J. Island, New Jersey, five thousand dollars. ‘ For establishing and replacing day-beacons on the coasts of New Coasts N. Hamp- Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts, ten thousand dollars. · Bh"°· M**i¤°¤ Mm- For rebuilding light house at Muscle Bed Shoal, Rhode Island, six Mn sole Bed thousand dollars. _ Sh<>¤l» R· I- For light-station at Conimicut, Rhode Island, five thousand dollars. Conimicut, R. I. _ For protecting the site of lighthouse at Absecom, New Jersey, five Absecom, N. J. thousand dollars. For rebuilding the frame beacon erected near main light at Tybee Tybee I¤1¤¤<1,G¤- Island, Georgia, three thousand dollars. For building a dwelling and repairing a station at Cape Canaveral, F,C“P° C““”°m1· Florida, four thousand dollars. a' _ For protecting the site of Cape Saint Blas light-station, Florida, two F,C°»P° S”'“* Uma thousand dollars. _ “' BUREAU OF ENGRAVING AND PRINTING. ° For labor and expenses of engraving and printing, namely: For la- E¤l;¤>·Vi¤r; Md bor (by the day, piece, or contract including labor of workmen skilled P““*‘”K B‘“°"“· in engraving, transferring, plateprinting, and other specialties necessary for carrying on the work of engraving and printing notes, bonds, and other securities oi' the United States, the pay for such labor to be lixed by the Secretary of the Treasury at rates not exceeding the rates usually paid for such work ; und for other expenses of engraving and printing notes, bonds, and other securities of the United States ; for paper for notes, bonds, and other securities of the United States, including mill expenses, boxing and transportation; for materials other than paper required in the work of engraving and printing; ior purchnse of engruvers’ tools, dies, rolls, and plates, and for machinery and repairs of the same, nnd_lor expenses of operating inacerating machines for the destruction of the United States notes, bonds, national bank notes, and other obligations of the United States authorized to be destroyvd eight hundred thousand dollars: Provided The work be per- Proviso. formed at the Treasury Department. And provided further, That it can Proviso. be done ns cheaply, as pertoetly, and as satel y and all contracts already made shall be faithfully carried ont. COAST SURVEY. Survey of the Atlantic and Gulf coasts: For every purpose and object Survey or Amnnccessary for and incident to the continuation of the survey of the At- tic ¤<>=¤·¤¤- lantic and Gulf coasts of the United States and the Mississippi River to the head of ship navigation with soundings and observations of deep son temperatures in the Gulf Stream and the Gulf of Mexico, and observatious of currents along the same coasts, and the preparation, engraving, lithogr:»iphing, and issuing of 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 steaincrs engaged on these coasts, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. tiurvey of the western coast: For every purpose and object. necessary Survey or Pacino for hud incident to, the continuation of the survey of the Pacific coasts <=°¤¤°· of the United States with soundings and observations of deep-sea temperatures in the branch of the Japan stream off and observations of other currents along the same coasts and the preparation, engraving, litliographing, and issuing of charts the preparation and publication of the Coast Pilot and other results of the Const-Survey, with the purchase of material thereior, including compensation of civilians engaged in the work and pay and subsistence of engineers for the steamers cn— gaged on those coasts, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. ~ xix-·-25:
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