Estimate of Expenditures for the 13th Light-House District during the six months ending December 31st, 1887.
Appropriations for Repairs and Incidental Expenses of Light Houses 1888.
|Cape Blanco Lightstation|
|1 lightning rod and ground connection for dwelling||25.00|
|1 ground connection for rod on tower||12.50|
|Mirror protection of sliding bluff Estimate forwarded December 13th, 1886||420.00|
|Cape Arago Light Station.|
|Repair foot bridge, boat ways + c :-|
|500 lbs. iron, rd. bar, ass'd. 3/4" to 1" @ 3||15.00|
|400 " ", 1/2 " ", 1 1/4 in @ 3 1/2||14.00|
|Lightning rod and ground connection for dwelling||25.00|
|amount carried forward||54.00|
|amount brought forward||54.00|
|Ground connection for rod at town||12.50|
|Repair pile protection at boat house||25.00|
|Cape Foulweather Light Station.|
|3 ground connections for lighting-rods @ $12.50||37.50|
|Tillamook Rock Light Station|
|ground connection for lighting rod||15.00|
|New hoisting engine to replace old one||1500|
|Point Adams Light Station|
|Repairs to light-house road||40.00|
|" " ditch drain from pasture||48.00|
|amount carried forward||100.50|
To the Chairman of the Light House Board. Washington, D.C.
Sir: I have the honor to submit the following annual report, to June 30th, 1887, of engineer operations in the 13th L.-H. Dist.:------ This District extends from the southern boundary of Oregon to the boundary between the United States and British Columbia and embraces all aids to navigation on the Pacific Coast of Oregon and Washington Territory and in the Columbia and Willamette Rivers, Straits of Fuca and Puget Sound. In the district there are Light-Houses and lighted beacons 46 Fog-signals operated by steam or hot air 6 “ “ clockwork 2.