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890 SIXTY·THIRD CONGRESS. Sess. III. Ch. 76. 1915. and other suyiplies, and appliances to be used in their operation at the following ocalitresz Hawke !=¤¤¤=· In the Hawauan Islands, $1,500; P¤¤i¤¤i¤¤ I¤¤¤¤d¤· In tge Philippine Islands, $3,000; In a $4 500. Is§h·:d;*=“¤» H¤W¤**¤¤ For construction of sea walls and embankrnents, Hawaiian Islands, ` $21,000. 8s¤*>¤¤i¤· ¤¤¤¤¤· For construction of mining easements cable galleries torpedo Pmppm www storehouses, cable tanks, and other structures necessarg for the operation, reservation, and care of submarine mines and therr accessories and fdr providiniurlzhannels for access to torpedo wharvm at the _ defenses of the P `ppine Islands, $17,000. _ ,g,‘?,‘,{"{,,‘§,‘,§g§f’· H°‘ For maintenance repair, and operation of one automobile, expenditures are authorized to an amount not exceeding $500 during the fiscal year nineteen hundred and sixteen, from funds available from appropriations for fortifications in the Hawanan Islands. Blgnalserviee. UNDER THE cmmr sremu. omvrcnn. ,i§g’•*’°¤**°**¤¤°*“¤· For operation and maintenance of fire-control installations at sea- ` coast defenses, $10,000. Armamnnt. OBDNANOE DEPARTMENT. ¤·•¢¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤· For purchase manufacture, and test of seacoast cannon for coast defenses, including their carriages, sights, rmplements, equipments, and the machinery necessary for their manufacture at the arsenals, $110 000. ¤¤¤¤¤*“°¤- Fdr purchase, manufacture, and test of ammunition for seacoast cannon, including the necessary experiments in connection therewith, and the machinery necessary for its manufactrue at the arsenals, _ $400,000. ¤¤isi;°%r;l°' M For alteration and maintenance of the seacoast artillery, includix the purchase and manufacture of machinery, tools, and materi necessary for the worlc, and expenses of the mechanics, and S bmw _ extra·duty pay of enlisted men engaged thereon, $60,000. “ '°° °“°°°‘ For purchase of submarine mines and necessary appliances to operate them for closing the channels leading to seaports in the insular . possessions $40 000. °"“"'°°‘ For maintenance of the submarine mine materiel in the insular possessions, $7 500. np';il%1€se§l°tm0rtarS, The transfer, of four twelve-inch mortars and their carriages and accessories, having an approximate value of $110,000, from fortifications m the United States to the insular possessions, is approved. °"‘°‘°"‘“‘“°""· emma mn omnr or Anrrunnr. .;£l"°°°t'°’”t°°*°°’“‘ For construction of 5re—contr·ol stations and accessories, includin purchase of lands and rights of wax, purchase and installation ol necessary_hnes and means of electr1c_ communication, including telephones, dral and other telegraphs, wrring and all special instruments, apparatus and materials, coast signal apparatus, and salaries of electrrcal experts, engineers, and other necessary employees connected with the use of coast artillery; purchase, manufacture and test of R’·“8° °¤d•¤· range finders and other mstruments for fire control at the fortifications, grid machinery necessary for their manufacture at the arsenals, 15, .