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Ambrose Channel, WY.

land,

Protiso.
Restriction at Mat-

Peckskill, V.I.

part of the general plan for the improvement of Jamaica Bay, as outlined in the report cited above.

Improving harbor at Little Sodus Bay, New York: For mainte- Little Sodus Bay, nance, thirty thousand dollars.

Improving New York Harbor, New York: For maintenance, including Ambrose Channel, two hundred thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Ogdensburg, New York: Continuing improve- Ogdensburg, X. X. ment in accordance with the report submitted in Ilouse Document Numbered Nine hundred and twenty, Sixtieth Congress, first session, one hundred thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Oswego, New York: Continuing improvement Oswego, N. Y. in accordance with plan A and for maintenance, one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Plattsburg, New York: Completing improve- Plattsburg, N. 8. ment in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Seven hundred and fifty-nine, Sixty-first Congress, second session, twenty-five thousand five hundred dollars.

Improving harbor at Port Chester, New York: Continuing improve- Port Chester, N. Y. ment in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Eleven hundred and sixty-five, Sixtieth Congress, second session, forty-five thousand dollars.

Improving harbors at Port Jefferson, Mattituck, Iluntington, and Harborson Long IsFlushing Bay, New York: Continuing improvement and for maintenance, forty thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars: Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be expended for the improve- tituck. ment of the harbor at Mattituck above the milldam until the local authorities shall have replaced the existing dam and bridge by a bridge with suitable draw spans.

Improving harbors at Rondout and Peekskill, New York: For Rondout and maintenance, three thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Saugerties, New York: Continuing improve- Saugerties, N. Y. ment and for maintenance, twelve thousand five hundred dollars.

Improving harbor at Tarrytown, New York: Continuing improve- Tarrytown, N. 8. ment and for maintenance, ten thousand dollars.

Improving Bronx River and East Chester Creek, New York: For maintenance, and continuing improvement, including new work on N.Y. East Chester Creek, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Twelve hundred and fifty, Sixtieth Congress, second session, forty-one thousand dollars.

Improving Browns Creek, New York: For maintenance, three thousand dollars.

Removing obstructions in East River and Hell Gate, New York: East River und Hell Continuing improvement, including work at the Middle Ground and in the channel between North Brother and South Brother islands, in accordance with the reports submitted in House documents Numbered Eleven hundred and eighty-seven and One thousand and eighty-four, Sixtieth Congress, second session, respectively, five hundred thousand dollars: Provided, That the depth to be secured in the channel between North Brother and South Brother islands may be made Brother and twenty-six feet if, in the opinion of the Secretary of War, such depth is required in the interests of navigation.

Improving Harlem River, New York: Continuing improvement, Harlem River, N. Y. one hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

Improving Hudson River, New York: For maintenance and continuing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Seven hundred and nineteen, Sixtyfirst Congress, second session, and with a view to completing said improvement within a period of four years, one million three hundred and fifty thousand dollars: Provided, That the expenditure of the amounts herein and hereafter appropriated for said improvement

Bronx River and East Chester Creek,

Browns Creek, N. Y.

Gate, N. Y.

Proriso.
Channel, North

South
Brother islands.

Hudson River, X. Y.
Maintenance, etc.

Prorisos.
Distribution.

dam, etc.

N. Y.

N. Y.

Westchester Creek, N.Y.

and N. J.

Kill van Kull to Raritan Bay.

shall be subject to the conditions set forth in said document: ProModification of vided further, That the general plan for the improvement presented

in said document shall be subject to such modification as to the location of the dam and in matters of detail as may be recommended by

the Chief of Engineers and approved by the Secretary of War. Newtown ('reek, Improving Newtown Creek, New York: For maintenance, ten thou

sand dollars. Niagara River, N. Y.

Improving Niagara River, New York: Completing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered

Seventy-five, Sixtieth Congress, first session, ten thousand dollars. Wappinger (reek, Improving Wappinger Creek, New York: For maintenance, five

thousand dollars.

Improving Westchester Creek, New York, in accordance with the report of the Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors dated April fifteenth, nineteen hundred and seven, and printed in Rivers and Harbors Committee Document Numbered Seven, Sixty-first Congress,

second session, ten thousand dollars. Arthur Kill, N. Y. Improving Arthur Kill, New York and New Jersey: For maintenance

of improvement of Arthur Kill and the waters connecting Raritan Bay with New York Harbor, including channel between Staten Island and the New Jersey shore, New York and New Jersey, ten thousand dollars.

Improving channel north of Shooters Island, between New York and New Jersey, being an extension of an existing project for the improvement of Arthur Kill or Staten Island Sound' from Kill van Kull to Raritan Bay, in accordance with the report submitted in

House Document Numbered Three hundred and thirty-seven, FiftyProviso.

ninth Congress, second session, one hundred thousand dollars: ProContracts.

vided, That the Secretary of War may enter into a contract or contracts for such materials and work as may be necessary to complete the project, to be paid for as appropriations may, from time to time, be made by law, not to exceed in the aggregate one hundred and eighty thousand one hundred and fifteen dollars, exclusive of the amount

herein appropriated. Keyport Harbor,

Improving Keyport Harbor, Matawan Creek, Raritan and South rivers, Shoal Harbor and Compton Creek, and Cheesequake Creek, New Jersey: Continuing improvement and for maintenance, eighty

thousand dollars. Raritan Bay, N. J. Improving Raritan Bay, New Jersey: For maintenance, twenty

thousand dollars. Alloway (reek, N.J. Improving Alloway Creek, New Jersey: For maintenance, three

thousand five hundred dollars. Cooper ('reek, X. J. Improving Cooper Creek, New Jersey: Continuing improvement

and for maintenance, eight thousand dollars. Mantua Creek, N.J. Improving Mantua Creek, New Jersey: Continuing improvement

and for maintenance, twenty-eight thousand dollars.

Improving Maurice River, New Jersey, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Six hundred and sixty-four, Fifty-ninth Congress, first session, twenty-five thousand dollars.

Improving Oldmans Creek, New Jersey, up to the town of Auburn, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Num

bered One thousand and eighty-three, Sixtieth Congress, second session, Right of way, etc.

forty-five thousand dollars: Provided, That no part of this sum shall be expended until all land required for right of way for the necessary cut-offs shall have been deeded free of cost to the United States and the United States shall have been released from all claims for damages arising from the proposed diversion of the stream.

Improving Raccoon Creek, New Jersey: Continuing improvement and for maintenance, twelve thousand five hundred dollars.

etc., N. J.

Maurice River, X.J.

Oldmans Creek, N.J.

Pror'iso.

Raccoon Creek, X.J.

N. J.

Double Creek, N. J.

Provisos.
Maintenance by

Toms River, X. J.

Tuckerton Creek,

Delaware River.
Fishers Point to the

Channel below Phil.

Improving Salem River, New Jersey: Continuing improvement Salem River, N. S. and for maintenance, twelve thousand dollars. Improving Shrewsbury River, New Jersey: For maintenance, ten

Shrewsbury River, thousand dollars.

Improving Double Creek, New Jersey: Completing improvement, in accordance with House Document Numbered Six hundred and fortysix, Sixty-first Congress, second session, seven thousand eight hundred dollars: Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be available for expenditure until the township of Union, Ocean County, Union. New Jersey, shall have accepted the authority of the State of New Jersey to maintain the said improvement and made provision for maintenance, in such manner and form as shall be satisfactory to the Secretary of War: Provided further, That all rights of way necessary

Rights of way. for this improvement shall be furnished free of cost to the United States.

Improving Toms River, New Jersey: Completing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Three hundred and forty-six, Sixtieth Congress, first session, ten thousand and fifty dollars.

Improving Tuckerton Creek, New Jersey: Continuing improve- n.. ment and for maintenance, twelve thousand dollars. Improving Woodbridge Creek, New Jersey: For maintenance, three n.o

Woodbridge Creek, thousand dollars.

Improving Delaware River, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware: Continuing improvement and for maintenance from Fishers Bay. Point to Delaware Bay, eight hundred thousand dollars: Provided,

Proviso. That of this amount so much as may not be required for maintenance adelphia. of improvement in accordance with the existing project shall be expended for widening the channel at the bends below the city of Philadelphia with a view to securing, so far as practicable, a channel of equal safety and efficiency in all its parts, and with a further view to securing an ultimate depth of thirty-five feet, in accordance with the project submitted in House Document Numbered Seven hundred and thirty-three, Sixty-first Congress, second session. Improving Delaware River, from Allegheny avenue, Philadelphia, Trenton.

Philadelphia to to Trenton, New Jersey, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Seven hundred and two, Sixty-first Congress, second session, one hundred thousand dollars: Provided, That the Secretary of War may enter into a contract or contracts for such materials and work as may be necessary to complete the said project, to be paid for as appropriations may from time to time be made by law, not to exceed in the aggregate two hundred and sixty thousand dollars, exclusive of the amounts herein and heretofore appropriated.

Improving Delaware River, New York, New Jersey, and Pennsyl- Bar et mouth of vania: For the removal of a ledge known as Sims Clip at or near the mouth of Neversink River, six thousand six hundred and twelve dollars and fifty cents: Provided, That no part of this amount shall be expended until the States of New York, New Jersey, and Penn- tion by New York, etc sylvania, or other local interests, shall have deposited in the Treasury of the United States to the credit of the Secretary of War the sum of fifty-four thousand seven hundred and eighty dollars, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of War and the supervision of the Chief of Engineers for work in the Delaware and Neversink rivers, all in accordance with the report and recommendations submitted in House Document Numbered Eleven hundred and sixty-four, Sixtieth Congress, second session.

Improving harbor at Erie, Pennsylvania: Continuing improvement in accordance with the report of the Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors, dated February fourth, nineteen hundred and

Proriso.
Contracts.

River

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Deposit of contribu.

Erie, Pa.

Marcushook, Pa.

Pittsburg, Pa.

Pa.

Dam No. 3.

er, Pa.

er, Pa.

Delaware Bay.

Del.

Pier at Lewes, Del.

etc., rivers, Del.

ten, and printed in Rivers and Harbors Committee Document Numbered Twenty-six, Sixty-first Congress, second session, seventy thousand dollars.

Ice harbor at Marcushook, Pennsylvania: For maintenance, six hundred dollars.

Improving harbor at Pittsburg, Pennsylvania: For maintenance,

five thousand dollars. Allegheny River,

Improving Allegheny River, Pennsylvania: For maintenance by Maintenance.

open-channel work, five thousand dollars.

Improving Allegheny River, Pennsylvania: For the repair and reconstruction of Dam Numbered Three, including restoration of the bank at the abutment of said dam, forty-eight thousand two hundred

and thirty-three dollars. Mononga hela Riv

Improving Monongahela River, Pennsylvania: For completing reconstruction of Lock and Dam Numbered Two, forty-three thousand

dollars. Youghiogheny Riv

Improving Youghiogheny River, Pennsylvania, up to West Newton, in accordance with the report of the Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors, dated December twenty-first, nineteen hundred and eight, and printed in Rivers and Harbors Committee Document Numbered Nine, Sixty-first Congress, second session, one hundred

thousand dollars. Harbor of Refuge,

Improving harbor of refuge, Delaware Bay, Delaware: For maintenance, eight thousand dollars.

Constructing pier in Delaware Bay near Lewes, Delaware: For

maintenance, one thousand five hundred dollars. Wilmington, Del. Improving harbor at Wilmington, Delaware: For restoration and

maintenance, one hundred thousand dollars. Appoquinimink,

Improving Appoquinimink, Murderkill, and Mispillion rivers, Delaware: Continuing improvement and for maintenance, sixty

thousand dollars. Broad Creek River,

Improving Broad Creek River, Delaware: For maintenance, two

thousand dollars. Broadkill River, Del. Improving Broadkill River, Delaware: For maintenance, five

thousand dollars. Saint Jones River,

Improving Saint Jones River, Delaware: For maintenance, and continuing improvement from the mouth to Dover, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Eleven hundred and sixteen, Sixtieth Congress, second session, twenty-five thousand dollars: Provided, That no part of said amount shall be expended until a satisfactory title to the land required for the necessary cut-offs shall have been transferred to the United States free of cost, and the United States shall have been released from all claims

for damages arising from the proposed diversion of the stream. Smyrna Rver. Del.,

Improving Smyrna River, Delaware: For maintenance, and continuing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in

House Document Numbered Eight hundred and fifteen, Sixtieth ConTitle to cut-offs, etc. gress, first session, twenty-five thousand dollars: Provided, That no

of said amount shall be expended until satisfactory title to the land required for the necessary cut-offs shall have been transferred

to the United States free of cost. Leipsic River, Del.

Improving Leipsic River, Delaware: Completing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered

Five hundred and seventy-four, Sixty-first Congress, second session, Title to cut-offs, etc.

eighteen thousand five hundred dollars: Provided, That no part of said amount shall be expended until a satisfactory title to the land required for the necessary cut-off's shall have been transferred to the United States free of cost and the United States shall have been released from all claims for damages arising from the proposed diversion of the stream.

Del.

Del.

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Title to cut-offs, etc.

part

Prorico.

Inland

waterway, (hincoteague Bay,

Baltimore, Md.
Maintenance.

Md.

Eastern shore har

Lower Thoroughfare, Md.

Elk River, Md.

Harre de Grace, Md.

Inland waterway from Chincoteague Bay, Virginia, to Delaware Bay, Delaware: For restoration and repair of existing bridges built Va., to Delaware Bay! by the United States, one thousand five hundred dollars.

Improving harbor at Baltimore, Maryland: For maintenance of improvement of harbor of Southwest Baltimore, thirty-four thousand dollars; for maintenance of improvement of channel of Curtis Bay, Baltimore Harbor, ten thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Crisfield, Maryland: Completing improve- Crisfield, Ma. ment, ten thousand and fifty-five dollars.

Improving frarbors at Rockhall, Queenstown, Claiborne, and Cam- Chesapeake Bay, bridge, and Chester, Choptank, Warwick, and Manokin rivers, and Tyaskin Creek, Maryland: Continuing improvement and for mainte- bors, etc. nance, eighty thousand dollars.

Improving Lower Thoroughfare, at or near Wenona, Deal Island, Maryland: Completing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Seventy-six, Sixtieth Congress, first session, five thousand three hundred dollars.

Improving Elk River, Maryland: For maintenance, ten thousand dollars.

Improving Manticoke River, Delaware and Maryland: Completing Nanticoke River, improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Docu- Del. and Mu. ment Numbered Six hundred and seventy-four, Sixty-first Congress, second session, and improving Northwest Fork of Nanticoke River (Marshyhope Creek), Maryland, in accordance with plan numbered one as recommended in report submitted in House Document Numbered Eight hundred and sixty-nine, Sixtieth Congress, first session, twelve thousand nine hundred and sixty dollars.

Improving Susquehanna River above and below Havre de Grace, Susquehanna River. Maryland: Continuing improvement, twenty thousand dollars.

Improving Wicomico River, Maryland: For maintenance, and continuing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Five hundred and sixty-nine, Sixtyfirst Congress, second session, twenty-nine thousand dollars: Provided, That no part of said amount shall be expended until title to the land required for the necessary right of way and for the disposition of dredged material shall have been transferred to the United States free of cost.

Improving Anacostia River, District of Columbia: Continuing improvement and for maintenance, two hundred and thirty thousand dollars.

Improving Potomac River: Continuing improvement and for maintenance at Washington, District of Columbia, one hundred and eighty thousand dollars.

Improving Potomac River at Alexandria, Virginia, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Twelve hundred and fifty-three, Sixtieth Congress, second session, sixty thousand dollars.

Improving Potomac River at Lower Cedar Point, Maryland: Lower Cedar Point, Completing improvement in accordance with the plan recommended in House Document Numbered Nine hundred and eighteen, Sixtieth Congress, first session, thirteen thousand three hundred dollars.

Improving harbor at Cape Charles City, Virginia: Continuing Cape Charles City, improvement and for maintenance, twenty thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Milford Haven, Virginia: For maintenance, Milford Haven, Va. three thousand dollars. Improving harbor at Norfolk, Virginia: Continuing improvement Norfolk, Va.

Maintenance, etc. and for maintenance, including channel at Hospital Point, forty-five thousand dollars, of which amount so much as may be necessary, not to exceed thirty thousand dollars, shail be expended in securing increased anchorage area at and near Lamberts Point, in accordance

Wicomico River, Ma.

Proriso.
Right of way.

Anacostia River, D.C.

Potomac River.
Washington, D. C.

Alexandria, Va.

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