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Report.

Proviso,
Expenses.

Brazos River, Tex.

Velasco to old Washington,

Waco.

Texas coast inland

of the fact that more extensive cooperation on the part of the local interests in construction and for maintenance is now proposed than was considered in the report heretofore submitted, the board is especially directed to confer with the representatives of such local interests and to submit with its report, for the consideration of Congress, any proposition or propositions for local cooperation that may be presented: Provided, That the expenses of the board herein authorized shall be paid from the appropriation for examinations, surveys

and contingencies of rivers and harbors. West Galveston Bay Channel, etc., Tex.

Improving West Galveston Bay Channel, Turtle Bayou, Trinity River, Anahuac Channel, Oyster Creek, Cedar, Chocolate, and Bastrop bayous, Texas: Continuing improvement and for maintenance, including mouths of adjacent streams, fifty thousand dollars.

Improving Brazos River, Texas: Continuing improvement and for maintenance, by open-channel work from Velasco to Old Washington,

forty-five thousand dollars. Old Washington to

Improving Brazos River, Texas, from Old Washington to Waco: For the construction of Lock and Dam Numbered Eight, about seven

miles below Waco, seventy-five thousand dollars. Trinity River, Tex. Distribution.

Improving Trinity River, Texas: Continuing improvement and for maintenance by open-channel work, forty-nine thousand dollars; for the completion of locks and dams heretofore authorized, eighty-five thousand dollars; and for the construction of Lock and Dam Numbered Seven, and a lock and dam at White Rock Shoals, fifty thou

sand dollars; in all, one hundred and eighty-four thousand dollars. waterway.

Improving inland waterway on coast of Texas: Continuing improvement and for maintenance of waterway heretofore authorized, fifty thousand dollars; and toward the construction of that section of the waterway between Brazos River and Matagorda Bay, 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 Three, Sixty-first Congress, second session, two hundred thousand

dollars. pus Cristi, Tex. Improving channel from Aransas Pass to Corpus Cristi, Texas,

with a view to securing a channel depth of twelve feet, as recommended by the Chief of Engineers, United States Army, in the report submitted in House Document Numbered Six hundred and seventyeight, Sixty-first Congress, second session, one hundred and fifty-seven

thousand nine hundred dollars. Cypress Bayou, Tex.

Improving Cypress Bayou, Texas and Louisiana: For maintenance, and La.

five thousand dollars. Waterway, Jeffer.

Improving waterway between Jefferson, Texas, and Shreveport, Louisiana, by the construction of a dam to be so constructed as to admit of a lock when deemed necessary at the foot of Caddo Lake, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Two hundred and twenty, Sixtieth Congress, first session, one hundred

thousand dollars. Sulphur River, Tex. Improving Sulphur River, Texas and Arkansas: For maintenance,

seven thousand five hundred dollars. River,

Improving Ouachita River, Arkansas and Louisiana: for maintenance, and continuing improvement by the construction of Locks and Dams Numbered Two, Four, Six, and Eight, five hundred and twenty

one thousand dollars: Provided, That of this amount so much as Surveysand sites for

shall be necessary may be expended for surveys with a view to determining the location of Locks and Dams Numbered Three and Seven, and for acquiring title to sites for said Locks and Dams Numbered

Three and Seven. Removing snags, Improving Ouachita River, Arkansas and Louisiana, by removing

snags, leaning trees and other obstructions, between Camden and

Aransas Pass to Cor

son Tex., to Shreve. port, La.

and Ark.

Ouachita Ark, and La.

Proriso.

locks and dams.

etc.

Arkansas River.
Construction of

Proviso.

Pine Bluff, Ark.

Black and Current rivers, Ark.

Cache River, Ark.

Proviso.
Removing snags,

Arkadelphia in the State of Arkansas, ten thousand dollars or so much thereof as may be necessary.

Improving Arkansas River, Arkansas: For the construction and operation of two dredge boats and accessories, in accordance with the dredge boats, etc. reports submitted in House Document Numbered Seventy-one, Sixty-first Congress, first session, and House Document Numbered Five hundred and ten, Sixty-first Congress, second session, three hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars: Provided, That the dredg- Employment. ing plant herein provided for shall be employed at those points where most needed in the interests of commerce and navigation between the mouth of the river and Ozark.

Improving Arkansas River, Arkansas: For maintenance of improvement, including works at Pine Bluff, fifty-one thousand dollars.

Improving Black and Current rivers, Arkansas and Missouri: For maintenance, nineteen thousand five hundred dollars.

Improving Cache River, Arkansas: For maintenance, three thousand dollars.

Improving Saint Francis River, Arkansas: For maintenance of Saint Francis River, improvement of Saint Francis and L'Anguille rivers, nine thousand five hundred dollars: Provided, That of this sum an amount not exceeding five hundred dollars may, in the discretion of the Secretary etc. of War, be applied to work of removing snags and other obstructions from Blackfish Bayou, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Seventy-three, Sixty-first Congress, first session.

Improving Saline River, Arkansas: Completing improvement in Saline River, Ark. accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Twelve hundred and twelve, Sixtieth Congress, second session, five thousand four hundred dollars.

Improving White River, Arkansas: For maintenance, seventeen White River, Ark. thousand five hundred dollars.

Improving Cumberland River above Nashville, Tennessee: For maintenance, ten thousand dollars; and for completing construction Tenbox

Nashville, of Lock and Dam Numbered Twenty-one, eighty-five thousand dollars; in all, ninety-five thousand dollars: Provided, That, except for Prorisn.

Landing place at maintenance, no part of this appropriation shall be expended until Burnside the Secretary of War has received satisfactory assurance that local interests will provide a suitable landing place, convenient to the city of Burnside, which shall be open forever to the public on just and equal terms.

Improving Cumberland River below Nashville, Tennessee: For Maintenance. maintenance, ten thousand dollars.

Improving Cumberland River below Nashville, Tennessee, in accordance with the reports submitted in House Documents Numbered Seven hundred and fifty-eight, Sixtieth Congress, first session, and Fourteen hundred and eighty-one, Sixtieth Congress, second sessicn, respectively, two hundred and thirteen 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 prosecute the said project, to be paid for as appropriations may from time to time be made by law, not to exceed in the aggregate four hundred and fifty thousand dollars, exclusive of the amounts herein and heretofore appropriated: Provided further, That the amount herein appropriated and authorized shall be applied to the necessary surveys and the acquisition of land required for sites of Locks and Dams B, C, D, E, and F, and toward the construction of Locks and Dams B and C. Improving Obion and Forked Deer rivers, Tennessee: Continuing Obion and Forked

Deer rivers, Tenn. improvement and for maintenance, four hundred and thirty-seven dollars.

Cumberland P.iver.
Above

Below Nashville.

Provisos.
('ontracts.

Surveys and sites for locks and dams.

Clinch and Hiwassee rivers, Va. and Tenn.

French Broad River, Tenn.

Tennessee River,

Above Chattanooga, Tenn.

Proriso.

Removing obstructions.

Below Chattanooga.
Distribution.

Improving Clinch and Hiwassee rivers, Virginia and Tennessee:

Continuing improvement and for maintenance, seventeen thousand Amountin Virginia. dollars: Provided, That of this amount not to exceed two thousand

dollars may be expended on Clinch River, in the State of Virginia, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Seventy-five, Fifty-sixth Congress, second session.

Improving French Broad River, Tennessee: Continuing improvement and for maintenance of French Broad and Little Pigeon rivers, twenty-three thousand dollars.

Improving Tennessee River above Chattanooga, Tennessee: Continuing improvement and for maintenance, one hundred and twenty thousand dollars: Provided, That of this sum fifteen thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, shall be used in removing obstructions in that section of the river from the mouth of Richland Creek, to Knott, near Euchee.

Improving Tennessee River below Chattanooga, Tennessee, Alabama, and Kentucky; Continuing improvement at Hales Bar, Tennessee, fifty thousand eight hundred and seventy-five dollars; continuing improvement and for maintenance by open-channel work from Chattanooga, Tennessee, to Riverton, Alabama, three hundred and ten thousand dollars, of which amount fifteen thousand dollars may, if required, be expended in that section of the river between Hobbs Island and Guntersville; continuing improvement at Colbert and Bee Tree Shoals, one hundred thousand dollars; and continuing improvement and for maintenance below Riverton, Alabama, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars; in all, six hundred and

ten thousand eight hundred and seventy-five dollars. Big Sandy River, Va, and Ky.

Improving Big Sandy River, West Virginia and Kentucky: For completing steel service bridge at Lock Numbered One, Big Sandy River, three thousand dollars; for the completion of Lock and Dam Numbered One, Tug Fork, and Lock and Dam Numbered One, Levisa Fork, twenty-five thousand dollars; in all, twenty-eight thousand dollars.

Improving Levisa Fork, Big Sandy River, Kentucky: Continuing improvement by the construction of Lock and Dam Numbered Two,

fifty thousand dollars. Tug Fork, W. Va.

Improving Tug Fork, Big Sandy River, West Virginia and Kentucky: Continuing improvement by the construction of Lock and

Dam Numbered Two, fifty thousand dollars. Kentucky River, Ky. Improving Kentucky River, Kentucky: For completing construc

tion of Lock and Dam Numbered Thirteen, and beginning construction of Lock and Dam Numbered Fourteen, one hundred and six 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 prosecute the said project, to be paid for as appropriations may from time to time be made by law, not to exceed in the

aggregate sixty-five thousand dollars, exclusive of the amounts herein Bridge, Tates Creek, and heretofore appropriated: Provided further, That of the amount

herein appropriated the sum of six thousand dollars may be expended for the construction of a bridge across Tates Creek and the restoration of the county road near Otter Creek, both of which items of work have been rendered necessary by the construction of Locks and Dams

Numbered Nine and Ten, Kentucky River. Guyandot River, Improving Guyandot River, West Virginia: Continuing improve

ment in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Five hundred and fifty-eight, Sixtieth Congress, first ses

sion, five thousand dollars: Provided, That so much of this amount Revetting banks.

as may be necessary, not to exceed two thousand dollars, shall be expended for revetting the banks to confine the river to its present channel.

Levisa Fork, Ky,

and Ky.

Prorisos.
Contracts.

etc.

W. Va.

Proviso.

W. Va.

Kana w ha

Ashtabula, Ohio,

Proriso.
Contracts.

Conneaut, Ohio.

Improving Kanawha River, West Virginia: For restoration of the

Kana wha River, piers forming the ice harbor at Point Pleasant at or near the mouth of said river, 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, twenty-four thousand dollars.

Improving Little Kanawha River, West Virginia: For mainte- River, w. ka nance and improvement, including the removal of dam at Stouts Mill, five thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Ashtabula, Ohio: For maintenance, and continuing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Six hundred and fifty-four, Sixty-first Congress, second session, one hundred and fifteen 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 prosecute the said project, to be paid for as appropriations may from time to time be made by law, not to exceed in the aggregate three hundred and seventy-six thousand four hundred and thirty dollars, exclusive of the amounts herein and heretofore appropriated.

Improving harbor at Cleveland, Ohio: Continuing improvement, Breakwaters, etc. repair of breakwaters, and for maintenance, three hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars, of which amount seventy-five thousand dollars may be expended for dredging and repair of breakwaters and two hundred and fifty thousand dollars, in addition to the further sum of seventy-five thousand dollars of the amount now on hand to the credit of the improvement of said harbor, which is hereby made available, for the purpose of connecting the east breakwater extension with the completed work, and for the removal of the old breakwater arm.

Improving harbor at Conneaut, Ohio: For maintenance, and continuing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Six hundred and fifty-three, Sixty-first Congress, second session, one hundred and forty-four thousand nine hundred dollars. Improving, harbor at Fairport, Ohio: Continuing improvement Fairport

, Ohio. and for maintenance, one hundred thousand dollars: Provided, Promiso. 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 fifty thousand dollars, exclusive of the amounts herein and heretofore appropriated.

Improving harbor at Huron, Ohio: For maintenance, three Huron, Ohio. thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Lorain, Ohio: For maintenance, and completing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Six hundred and forty-four, Sixty-first Congress, second session, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, and the unexpended balances of previous appropriations are hereby made available for this work.

Improving harbor at Port Clinton, Ohio: For maintenance, one thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Sandusky, Ohio: For maintenance, five thou- Sandusky, Ohio. sand dollars.

Improving harbor at Toledo, Ohio: For maintenance, and continu- Toledo, Ohio. ing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Eight hundred and sixty-five, Sixtieth Congress, first session, one hundred and forty-five thousand dollars. Improving harbor at Vermilion, Ohio: For maintenance, one thou

Vermilion, Ohio. sand dollars.

Contracts.

Lorain, Ohio.

Port Clinton, Ohio.

Ohio River.

Securing depth of nine feet.

Prorisos.

Contracts.

Maintenance, etc.

Proriso.
Working plant.

Completion of speci

Improving Ohio River: Continuing improvement with a view to securing a navigable depth of nine feet in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Four hundred and ninetytwo, Sixtieth Congress, first session, or such modification thereof as in the discretion of the Secretary of War may be advisable, and with a view to the completion of such improvement within a period of

twelve years, one million one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, fied rockstand dams which amount shall be applied to the purchase of sites for eighteen

Locks and Dams Numbered Nine, Ten, Twelve, Fourteen, Fifteen,
Sixteen, Seventeen, Twenty, Twenty-one, Twenty-two, Twenty-three,
Twenty-four, Twenty-five, Twenty-seven, Twenty-eight, Twenty-
nine, Forty-one, and Forty-eight, and toward the construction of

Locks and Dams Numbered Seven, Nine, Ten, Twelve, Nineteen, Additional sites, etc. Twenty, Twenty-nine, Forty-one, and Forty-eight: Provided, That

so much of the sum herein appropriated as shall be necessary may be applied toward the definite location and purchase of sites for additional locks and dams on said river: Provided further, That the Secretary of War may enter into a contract or contracts for such materials and work as may be necessary to prosecute the said project, to be paid for as appropriations may from time to time be made by law, not to exceed in the aggregate three million five hundred thousand dollars, exclusive of the amounts herein and heretofore appropriated.

Improving Ohio River: Continuing improvement and for maintenance, five hundred and fifty thousand dollars: Provided, That so much of this amount as shall be necessary, not to exceed fifty thousand dollars, may, in the discretion of the Secretary of War, be expended

in the acquisition of working plant. fied locks and dams.

Improving Ohio River: Continuing improvement by the completion of Locks and Dams Numbered Two, Three, Four, Five, Eight, and Eleven, one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Alpena, Michigan: For maintenance, five thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Frankfort, Michigan: Continuing improvement and for maintenance, twenty thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Grand Haven, Michigan: For maintenance, ten thousand dollars.

Harbor of refuge at Grand Marais, Michigan: Continuing improvement and for maintenance, forty thousand dollars.

Harbor of refuge at Harbor Beach, Michigan: For repairs to piers

and maintenance of improvement, one hundred thousand dollars. Holland, Mich. Improving harbor at Holland, Michigan: For maintenance, twelve

thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Ludington, Michigan: For maintenance, ten thousand dollars.

Improving Mackinac Harbor, Michigan, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Six hundred and forty-six, Fifty-sixth Congress, first session, twenty-five thousand

dollars. Manistee, Mich.

Improving harbor at Manistee, Michigan: For maintenance and continuing improvement in accordance with the smaller project submitted in House Document numbered Seven hundred and five, Sixty

first Congress, second session, thirty-three thousand dollars. Manistique, Mich,

Improving harbor at Manistique, Michigan: Continuing improve

ment, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Marquette Bay, Harbor of refuge at Marquette Bay, Michigan: For maintenance,

two thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Marquette, Michigan: For maintenance, and continuing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Five hundred and seventy-three, Sixtyfirst Congress, second session, one hundred thousand dollars.

Alpena, Mich.

Frankfort, Mich.

Grand Haven, Mich.

Grand Marais, Mich.

Harbor Beach, Mich.

Ludington, Mich.

Mackinac Harbor, Mich.

Mieh.

Marquette, Mich.

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