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James River, Va.

Nansemond River, Va.

with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Five hun

dred and fifty-one, Sixty-first Congress, second session. Channel to Newport Improving Norfolk Harbor and the approaches thereto, and the News, etc.

channel to Newport News, with a view to obtaining a depth of thirtyfive-feet of water from the navy-yard to the sea, and increased depth in the South Branch of the Elizabeth River above the navy-yard, and a thirty-five foot channel between Newport News and old Point, in accordance with the reports and recommendations submitted in House Documents Numbered Five hundred and fifty and Five hundred and fifty-one, Sixty-first Congress, second session, six hundred thousand

dollars. Appomattox River,

Improving Appomattox River, Virginia: Continuing improvement and for maintenance of channel and the diversion works at Petersburg, including work recommended in the report submitted in House Document Numbered Nine hundred and fifty-two, Sixtieth

Congress, first session, thirty-three thousand dollars. Dymers Creek, Va.

Improving Dymers Creek, Virginia: Completing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Three hundred and twenty-five, Sixty-first Congress, second session, nine thousand dollars.

Improving James River, Virginia: Continuing improvement and for maintenance, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

Improving Nansemond River, Virginia: For maintenance, five

thousand dollars. Nomini Creek, Va. Improving Nomini Creek, Virginia: Continuing improvement and

for maintenance, five thousand dollars. Onancock River, Va. Improving Onancock River, Virginia : Completing improvement

in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Six hundred and fifty-two, Sixtieth Congress, first session, thirteen thousand five hundred dollars.

Improving Pagan River, Virginia: Completing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Three hundred and ninety-seven, Sixtieth Congress, first

session, four thousand six hundred dollars. Rappa hannock

Improving Rappahannock River, Virginia: For maintenance, River, Va.

fifteen thousand dollars. Upper Machodoc Creek, Va.

Improving Upper Machodoc Creek, Virginia, in accordance with the report of the Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors, dated December twentieth, nineteen hundred and nine, and printed in Rivers and Harbors Committee Document Numbered Four, Sixty

first Congress, second session, ten thousand dollars. Urbana Creek, Va. Improving Urbana Creek, Virginia: Continuing improvement and

for maintenance, eight thousand five hundred dollars. York, etc., rivers, Va. Improving York, Mattaponi, and Pamunkey rivers, and Occoquan

Creek, Virginia: Continuing improvement and for maintenance,

fifty thousand dollars. Waterway coast of Improving waterway on the coast of Virginia: Completing im

provement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Nine hundred and fifty-seven, Sixtieth Congress,

first session, twelve thousand one hundred dollars. Waterway, Norfolk Improving waterway from Norfolk Harbor, Virginia, to Albemarle 19. Albeinarle Sound, Sound, North Carolina: For maintenance of improvement of inland

water route from Norfolk, Virginia, to Albemarle Sound, North Carolina, through Currituck Sound, five thousand dollars.

Improving inland waterway from Norfolk, Virginia, to Beaufort Purchase of Albe- Inlet, North Carolina: The Secretary of War is hereby authorized to marle and Chesa; enter into negotiations for the purchase, as a part of said inland waterSwamp, canals. way, of the Albemarle and Chesapeake Canal, or the Dismal Swamp

Canal, together with all property, rights of property, and franchises appertaining thereto; and he is further authorized, if in his judgment

Pagan River, Va.

Virginia,

To Beaufort Inlet, N. C.

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the price is reasonable and satisfactory, to make a contract for the purchase of either of said canals and appurtenances, subject to future ratification and appropriation by Congress: Provided, That no contract for the purchase of either of said canals shall be made unless such tract. purchase, after full hearing of all parties in interest, is recommended in the survey report to be hereafter submitted in compliance with the directions of Congress in the river and harbor Act approved March third, nineteen hundred and nine: Provided further, That said report Total estimates reshall include estimates of the total cost of the completion of each of said canals, including also the purchase price of each, with the advantages of each for commerce.

Improving waterway from Norfolk, Virginia, to sounds of North Carolina: For maintenance, five thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Beaufort, North Carolina: For maintenance, Beaufort, N. C. five thousand dollars.

Improving Beaufort Inlet, North Carolina: For maintenance, seven thousand five hundred dollars.

Improving Shallowbag Bay, North Carolina: Completing improve- Shallow bag ment in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Nine hundred and six, Sixtieth Congress, first session, thirteen thousand seven hundred and fifty dollars.

Improving Bay River, North Carolina : Completing improvement Bay River, N. C. in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Five hundred and eighty-three, Sixty-first Congress, second session, twenty-one thousand dollars.

Improving Cape Fear River above Wilmington, North Carolina: „Cape Fear River, Continuing improvement, with a view to securing a navigable depth Above Wilmington. of eight feet up to Fayetteville, including surveys and acquisition of land for sites for locks and dams and completion of plans for the same, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Eight hundred and ninety, Sixtieth Congress, first 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 five hundred and fifteen thousand dollars exclusive of the amounts herein and heretofore appropriated.

Improving Cape Fear River at and below Wilmington, North Caro- At and below Willina: Continuing improvement to such depth in excess of twenty feet as the appropriations for the work may permit, due regard being given to the difference in tidal oscillation at the upper and lower portion of the improvement, four hundred thousand dollars: Provided, That if Dredging plant if in the judgment of the Secretary of War the prices received in response bids for dredging unto advertisement for bids for dredging are not reasonable and less than those at which the Government can perform the same work, so much of the amount herein appropriated as shall be necessary may be expended for the purchase or construction of a suitable hydraulic dredging plant for use on the Cape Fear River.

Improving Contentnia Creek, North Carolina: For maintenance, s.com two thousand dollars.

Improving Fishing Creek, North Carolina: For maintenance, one Fishing Creek, N.C. thousand five hundred dollars.

Improving Neuse and Trent rivers, North Carolina: Continuing rivérni, e improvement and for maintenance, including work in accordance with plan for securing a depth of four feet in Trent River, from Newbern to Trenton, submitted in House Document Numbered Fourteen hundred and seventy-one, Sixtieth Congress, second session, thirty-six thousand dollars.

Improving New River, and waterways to Beaufort, North Caro- New River, and lina: Continuing improvement and for maintenance of New River, fort, N. c.

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North Carolina, including inland waterways between Beaufort Harbor and New River and between New River and Swansboro, twenty-three thousand seven hundred dollars, of which sum six thousand seven hundred dollars may be expended upon New River in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Ten hundred

and eighty-five, Sixticth Congress, second session. Northeast, etc., riv

Improving Northeast, Black, and Cape Fear rivers, North Carolina: For maintenance of improvement of Northeast and Black rivers and of Cape Fear River above Wilmington, North Carolina, seven thou

sand dollars. rivers, N.C.

Improving Pamlico and Tar rivers, North Carolina: For maintenance, five thousand dollars.

Improving Roanoke River, North Carolina: For maintenance, five

thousand dollars. Scuppernong River,

Improving Scuppernong River, North Carolina: For maintenance, two thousand five hundred dollars.

Improving South River, North Carolina: Completing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in Ilouse Document Numbered Nine hundred and fifty-four, Sixtieth Congress, first session,

sixteen thousand dollars. Smiths Creek, N. C.

Improving Smiths Creek, North Carolina: Completing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in Ilouse Document Numbered Seven hundred and seventy-four, Sixty-first Congress,

second session, sixteen thousand two hundred and fifty dollars: ProBulkhead, etc.

vided, That local interests shall construct the bulkhead recommended in said report, and convey to the United States the right to deposit the excavated material behind the said bulkhead: Provided further, That said local interests shall provide at least one public wharf of

adequate facilities the use of which shall be open to all on equal terms. Swift Creek, N. C.

Improving Swift Creek, North Carolina: Completing improvement in accordance with report submitted in House Document Numbered Three hundred and sixty, Sixty-first Congress, second session, one thousand six hundred dollars.

Waterway from Pamlico Sound to Beaufort Inlet, North Carolina:

For maintenance, ten thousand dollars. Morehead City, N.C.

Improving harbor at Morehead City, North Carolina: Completing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Six hundred and forty-nine, Sixty-first Congress, second session, nineteen thousand dollars: Provided, That local interests shall construct a bulkhead five hundred feet in length in front of Morehead City and shall cause to be conveyed to the United States the right to deposit between said bulkhead and the shore the material excavated from the channel: Provided further, That said local interests, or the town of Morehead City, shall provide at least one wharf of adequate facilities the use of which shall be open

on equal terms. Beaufort, N. C.

Improving harbor at Beaufort, North Carolina: Completing improvement by the construction of a channel from the inland waterway between Norfolk and Beaufort Inlet to the town of Beaufort, by way of Gallants Channel, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Five hundred and eleven, Sixty-first Congress, second session, twenty-seven thousand six hundred and seventy-six dollars: Provided, That any unexpended balance may be used for constructing a turning basin in front of the town of

Beaufort. Waterway, Swan Improving waterway connecting Swan Quarter Bay with Deep Quarter and Deep

Bay, North Carolina: Completing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Four hundred and forty-five, Sixtieth Congress, first session, fourteen thousand five hundred and seventy-five dollars.

Waterway. Pamlico Sound to Beaufort Inlet, N. c.

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open to all

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bays, X. C.

Waccamaw River, X. C. and S. C.

Great Pedee River, S. C.

Little Pedee River, S. C.

Vingo Creek, S. C.

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Improving Waccamaw River, North Carolina and South Carolina: For maintenanee, and continuing improvement in accordance with the present project, fifty thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Charleston, South Carolina: Continuing Charleston, s. C. improvement in accordance with the report submitted in Ilouse Document Numbered Four hundred and' ninety-nine, Fifty-eighth Congress, second session, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

Improving Winyah Bay, South Carolina: Continuing improvement Winyah Bay, s.c. in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Three hundred and ninety-eight, Fifth-eighth Congress, second session, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

Improving Great Pedee River, South Carolina: For maintenance of improvement up to Cheraw, thirty thousand dollars.

Improving Little Pedee River, South Carolina: Continuing improvement and for maintenance, twenty thousand dollars.

Improving Mingo Creek, South Carolina: For maintenance, one thousand dollars.

Improving Santee, Wateree, and Congaree rivers, South Carolina: Santec Waterer, and Continuing improvement and for maintenance, including the Estherville-Minim Creek Canal and the Congaree River as far up as the Gervais Street Bridge, Columbia, ninety-five thousand dollars: Provided, That of this amount, so much as may be necessary, not to exceed fourteen thousand dollars, shall be expended in improving Wateree River and not to exceed fifty-six thousand dollars for raising the dam at Granby, on the Congaree River, as recommended in the report submitted in House Document Numbered Six hundred and eight, Sixtyfirst Congress, first session. Improving waterways between Charleston and Alligator Creek, tona tena higattor

, CharlesSouth Carolina: For continuing improvement of inland waterway Creek, s. C. between Charleston Harbor and McClellanville, including branch to Morrisons Landing, twenty-five thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Brunswick, Georgia: For maintenance, fifty thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Darien, Georgia: For maintenance, ten thousand dollars.

Improving Sapelo Harbor, Georgia, in accordance with the report Sa pelo Harlor, Ga. submitted in House Document Numbered Five hundred and sixty-one, Sixty-first Congress, second session, ten thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Savannah, Georgia: Continuing improve- Savannah, Gia. ment as recommended in the Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers, United States Army, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and nine, and with a view to completing said improvement within a period of four years, four hundred thousand dollars. Improving Altamaha, Oconee, and Ocmulgee rivers, Georgia: Con

Alta maha, ete., tinuing improvement and for maintenance, ninety thousand dollars: Provided, That twenty-five thousand dollars of said amount may, if necessary in the discretion of the Secretary of War, be expended on the Ocmulgee River between the cities of Macon and Hawkinsville.

Improving Club and Plantation creeks, Georgia: Completing im- Cluband Plantation provement, twenty thousand seven hundred dollars.

Improving Flint River, Georgia: Continuing improvement for maintenance, twenty-five thousand dollars.

Improving Savannah River, Georgia: Continuing improvement and for maintenance above Augusta, three thousand dollars.

Improving Savannah River at Augusta, Georgia, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Four hundred and eighty-seven, Sixty-first Congress, second session, one hurdred and twenty-five thousand dollars: Provided, That no part of

Contributionofcity. this amount shall be expended until the city of Augusta or other local

Brunswick, Ga.

Darien, Ga.

rivers, Ga.

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creeks, Ga.

Flint River, Ga.

Savannah River.
Above Augusta, Ga.

At Augusta.

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River, Ga.

('oosa River, Ga, and Ala.

Mayos Bar, Ga.
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Dams Nos. 4 and 5.

agency shall have placed in some United States depository a like sum of one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars to the credit of the Secretary of War, to be expended by him, together with the amount herein appropriated, in connection with this work, all as recommended in the report cited above.

Improving Savannah River, Georgia: Continuing improvement and for maintenance below Augusta, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Nine hundred and sixty-two, Sixtieth Congress, first session, and with a view to completing said

improvement within a period of four years, seventy thousand dollars. Chattahoochee Improving Chattahoochee River, Georgia and Alabama: Contin

uing improvement below Columbus, Georgia, and for maintenance, seventy-five thousand dollars.

Improving Coosa River, Georgia and Alabama: Continuing improvement and for maintenance between Rome, Georgia, and Lock Numbered Four, Alabama, fifty-two thousand five hundred dollars, of which amount so much as shall be necessary may be expended for the care and preservation of the government plant and property at Wetumpka, Alabama.

Improving Coosa River, Georgia and Alabama, by the construction of a lock and dam at Mayos Bar, near Rome, Georgia, as recommended by the Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors in its report dated November second, nineteen hundred and eight, and printed in House Document Numbered Eleven hundred and fifteen, Sixtieth Congress, second session, and with a view to completing said lock and dam within a period of two years, one hundred and twenty thousand dollars.

Improving Coosa River, Georgia and Alabama, by the construction of lock in Dam Numbered Four, and the acquisition of site for Dam Numbered Five, in the State of Alabama, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Fourteen hundred and twenty-one, Sixtieth Congress, second session, seventy-five thousand dollars.

Improving waterway between Savannah, Georgia, and Fernandina,

Florida: For maintenance, twelve thousand five hundred dollars. Apalachicola Bay, Improving Apalachicola Bay, Florida: Continuing improvement

and for maintenance, including Link Channel and West Pass, twentytwo thousand five hundred dollars.

Improving Biscayne Bay, Florida: For maintenance, five thousand dollars.

Improving Carrabelle Bar and Harbor, Florida: Continuing improvement and for maintenance, including East Pass, twenty-five

thousand dollars. Channel, Clearwater Improving channel from Clearwater Harbor through Boca Ceiga

Bay to Tampa Bay, Florida, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Eleven hundred and ninety, Sixtieth Congress, second session, twenty-nine thousand five hundred dollars.

Improving harbor at Fernandina, Florida: For maintenance, including the entrance channel through Cumberland Sound, Georgia

and Florida, forty-five thousand dollars. Hillsboro Bay, Fla. Improving Hillsboro Bay, Florida: Continuing improvement in

accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Six hundred and thirty-four, Sixty-first Congress, second session, and subject to the conditions set forth in said document, three hundred thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Pensacola, Florida: Continuing improvement and for maintenance, seventy-five thousand dollars.

Improving Saint Andrews Bay, Florida, in accordance with report submitted in House Document Numbered Twelve, Sixty-first Congress, first session, with a view to securing a channel depth of twentytwo feet, seventy-five thousand dollars: Provided, That the Secretary

Waterway, Savannah to Fernandina, Fla.

Fla.

Biscayne Bay, Fla.

Carrabelle Bar and Harbor, Fla.

Harbor to Tampa Bay,
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Fernandina, Fla.

Pensacola, Fla.

Saint Andrews Bay, Fla.

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