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acquired act 35 Stat act May 30 Act of June Act of March additional land alterations Amount appropriated approaches appropriates for completion appropriates for continuation authorizes contracts authorizes the acquisition Available balance building under present building within limit City cluding fireproof vaults completion of building Construction continuation of building continuation under present Contract in force contracts for building contracts for completion cost thereof Court-house and post-office Custom-house and post-office erection of building Expended for building extension force for erection foregoing pro foregoing provisions heating and ventilating increases limit July June 28 June 30 Legislation provides limit 35 Stat limit fixed limit of cost limits cost limits the cost Occupied Ohio Outstanding liabilities Post-office and court-house Post-office and custom-house present limit 35 provision for building provisions and limitations remodeling secured selected STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS Surplus fund tracts for completion ventilating apparatus visions and limitations
Page 171 - March 3, 1901, appropriates for rental for temporary quarters (31 Stat., 1134) 6,000.00 Act of February 18, 1904, provides that upon the acquisition of the additional land authorized in act of March 3, 1903, for the enlargement of the Federal building site, 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...
Page 212 - Act of April 28, 1904, appropriates $1,700,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for the acquisition in fee from the Pennsylvania, New York and Long Island Railroad Company, of a site for a post-office building, consisting of the lot of land bounded by Eighth avenue, Thirty-first street, and a line drawn parallel with Eighth avenue, and distant 415 feet westwardly from the westerly house line thereof, the westerly 30 feet of said lot, between Thirty-first and Thirty-third streets, to be used...
Page 212 - Thirtyfirst street, Thirty-third street, and a line drawn parallel with Eighth avenue, and distant 415 feet westwardly from the westerly house line thereof, the westerly 30 feet of said lot, between Thirty-first and Thirty-third streets, to be used for a private street, or way, to be constructed by the Government for its purposes in connection with said post-office building (33 Stat., 434, pt.