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Monroe, Mich.

Improving harbor at Monroe, Michigan: For maintenance, one thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Muskegon, Michigan: Continuing improve- Muskegon, Mich. ment and for maintenance, seventy thousand dollars. Improving harbor at Ontonagon, Michigan: For maintenance, and

Ontonagon, Mich. continuing improvement in accordance with the smaller project submitted in House Document Numbered Six hundred and two, Sixtyfirst Congress, second session, twenty-five thousand four hundred dollars.

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

Harbor of refuge at Portage Lake, Manistee County, Michigan: Portage Lake, Mich. Continuing improvement and for maintenance, thirteen thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Rogers City, Michigan: Completing improve- Rogers City, Mich. ment by opening a channel sixteen feet deep and two hundred feet wide through the bar or reef that crosses the harbor in front of the wharves, in accordance with report of the Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors, dated February ninth, nineteen hundred and ten, and printed in Rivers and Harbors Committee Document Numbered Twenty-eight, Sixty-first Congress, second session, six thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Saugatuck, and Kalamazoo River, Michigan: Saugatuck, and KalFor maintenance, and continuing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Six hundred and thirty-five, Sixty-first Congress, second session, twenty thousand dollars.

South Haven, Mich. Improving harbor at South Haven, Michigan: Continuing improve- Restriction. ment and for maintenance, fifty thousand dollars; but no portion of this or other appropriations for this locality shall be used (except for the maintenance of existing channels and works) where proper dock lines have not been established and suitable bulkheads built along these lines by the city of South Haven or by the riparian owners and the property lying on the channel side of these dock lines shall have been deeded to the United States free of cost, pursuant to the plan of improvemen't heretofore adopted.

White Lake and Pentwater harbors, Michigan: The Secretary of Pentwater, Mich. War is hereby authorized and directed to expend the balances of appropriations, and allotments heretofore made for these harbors in maintaining the improvements in accordance with the present projects.

Black River, Mich. Improving Black River at Port Huron, Michigan: For maintenance, five thousand dollars. Improving Clinton River, Michigan: For maintenance, five thou

Clinton River, Mich. sand dollars.

Improving Detroit River, Michigan: Continuing improvement, in accordance with plan A, five hundred and sixty thousand dollars: Provided, That such portion of the proposed improvement forming Livingstone Chan the north entrance to Livingstonechannel shall be dredged to the same nel, entrance. depth as that authorized for said Livingstone channel.

Improving Detroit River, Michigan: Completing improvement of Livingstone Chan . Livingstone channel, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Six hundred and seventy-six, Sixty-first Congress, second session, six hundred and thirty thousand dollars.

Improving Rouge River, Michigan: For maintenance, twenty Rouge River, Mich. thousand dollars: Provided, That no part of this sum shall be expended at those points within the limits of the project where shoaling is due to caving banks until the banks shall have been protected by suitable docks or revetments constructed at the expense of the riparian interests.

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Detroit River, Mich.

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Saginaw River, Mich.

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Keweenaw Mich.

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Menominee Harbor and River, Mich. and Wis.

Ashland, Wis.

Green Bay, Wis.

Improving Saginaw River, Michigan, up to the mouth of the Tittabawassee River, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Seven hundred and forty, Sixty-first Congress, second session, fifty 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 six hundred and thirty-six thousand dollars, exclusive of the amounts herein and heretofore appropriated.

Waterway across Keweenaw Point, Michigan: For the construction of a harbor of refuge at the eastern entrance in accordance with the plans submitted in House Document Numbered Three hundred and twenty-five, Sixtieth Congress, first session, or such modification thereof as may be authorized by the Secretary of War, and subject to the conditions named in said document, thirty-five thousand dollars.

Improving Menominee Harbor and River, Michigan and Wisconsin: For maintenance, ten thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Ashland, Wisconsin: Continuing improve

ment and for maintenance, thirty thousand dollars. Depere, Wis.

Improving harbor at Depere, Wisconsin: Completing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Five hundred and twenty-two, Sixty-first Congress, second session, eleven thousand five hundred dollars.

Improving harbor at Green Bay, Wisconsin: For maintenance,

twenty thousand dollars. Kenosha, Wis. Improving harbor at Kenosha, Wisconsin: For maintenance, twelve

thousand five hundred dollars. Kewaunee, Wis. Improving harbor at Kewaunee, Wisconsin: For maintenance,

and continuing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Three hundred and twenty

four, Sixtieth Congress, first session, sixty thousand dollars: Provided, Restriction.

That no part of this amount shall be expended on work connected with the new project herein authorized until the conditions specified

in said report have been complied with. Milwaukee, Wis.

Improving inner harbor at Milwaukee, Wisconsin: The balances inner harbor. remaining of amounts heretofore appropriated and authorized for the

improvement of the inner harbor at Milwaukee are hereby made available for the execution of the modified project for the improvement of said harbor recommended by the Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors and printed in House Document Numbered Six hundred and sixty-seven, Sixty-first Congress, second session:

Provided, That the diversion herein authorized shall not be made Compliance with

until the Secretary of War is satisfied that the conditions recommended as precedent thereto have been complied with by the city

of Milwaukee. Manitowoc, Wis. Improving harbor at Manitowoc, Wisconsin: For maintenance,

seventeen thousand five hundred dollars. Oconto, Wis.

Improving harbor at Oconto, Wisconsin: Completing improvement in accordance with plan “C” submitted in the report printed in House Document Numbered Five hundred and thirty-eight, Sixtyfirst Congress, second session, and subject to the conditions relative to cooperation on the part of local interests as set forth in said

document, seventy-five thousand dollars. Washington,

Improving harbor at Port Washington, Wisconsin: Completing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Three hundred and six, Sixty-first Congress,

second session, thirty thousand dollars. Port Wing, Wis. Improving harbor at Port Wing, Wisconsin: For maintenance,

five thousand dollars.

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Saint Croix River,

Warrroad Harbor, Minn,

Minnesota River, Minn.

Improving harbor at Racine, Wisconsin: For maintenance, and Racine, Wis. continuing improvement in accordance with the partial project submitted in the Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers, United States Army, for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and nine, two hundred and forty-three thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Sheboygan, Wisconsin: For maintenance, sheboygan, Wis. thirty-two thousand five hundred dollars. Improving harbor at Two Rivers, Wisconsin: For maintenance,

Two Rivers, Wis. five thousand dollars.

Improving Fox River, Wisconsin: Continuing improvement, from Fox River, Wis. Depere up to Portage, twenty-five thousand dollars, of which amount three thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, shall be used for removing bars and snags and otherwise improving Wolf River.

Improving harbor at Duluth, Minnesota, and Superior, Wisconsin: Duluth, Minn. Continuing improvement and for maintenance, five hundred thousand dollars.

Improving Saint Croix River, Wisconsin and Minnesota: For wis. and Minn. maintenance, four thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Agate Bay, Minnesota: For maintenance, Agate Bay, Minn. two thousand dollars.

Grand Marais, Improving harbor at Grand Marais, Minnesota: For maintenance, Minna two thousand dollars.

Improving Warroad Harbor, Minnesota: Completing improvement and for maintenance in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Seven hundred and three, Sixty-first Congress, second session, seven thousand seven hundred dollars.

Improving Minnesota River, Minnesota: For maintenance, two thousand two hundred dollars.

Improving Red River of the North, Minnesota and North Dakota: Red River of the For maintenance, seven thousand five hundred dollars.

Indiana Harbor, Indiana: For improvement and maintenance in Indiana Harbor, Ind. accordance with the project recommended in House Document Numbered Eleven hundred and thirteen, Sixtieth Congress, second session, sixty-two thousand dollars: Provided, That no part of this appropriation shall be expended until the Secretary of war shall be satisfied that the conditions specified in said document have been fully complied with.

Improving harbor at Michigan City, Indiana: Continuing improve- Michigan City, Ind. ment and for maintenance, including repair and maintenance of the east breakwater, sixty-five thousand five hundred dollars.

Improving Calumet River, Illinois and Indiana: Continuing anca Ina. improvement and for maintenance, ninety-eight thousand dollars: Provided, That the project for the improvement of the river, submitted in House Document Numbered One hundred and seventy-two, plan. Fifty-eight Congress, second session, is hereby modified so as to permit the use of turning basins above number one of such shape and dimensions as will enable a vessel six hundred and fifty feet in length to turn with ease, and is further modified so as to provide a navigable depth of twenty feet from One hundred and twenty-second street to the forks of the river and a turning basin at the forks having a similar depth and a water-surface diameter of seven hundred and fifty feet, in accordance with the project set forth in House Document Numbered Three hundred and forty-nine, Sixtieth Congress, first session, and the amounts heretofore appropriated shall be available for such modified project.

Improving harbor at Calumet, Illinois: For maintenance, thirty Calumet, IIL thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Chicago, Illinois: Continuing improvement Chicago, III. and for maintenance, two hundred and forty thousand dollars.

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Improving harbor at Waukegan, Illinois: For maintenance, ten

thousand dollars. Chicago River, Ill. Improving Chicago River, Illinois: Continuing improvement and

for maintenance, one hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars. sippi Canal,

Illinois and Mississippi Canal: For the construction of a lock in the Lock in Rock River. dam in Rock River at the head of the feeder to said canal in accord

ance with the plan submitted in House Document Numbered One hundred and twenty-six, Fifty-sixth Congress, second session, or such modification thereof as may be approved by the Secretary of War,

seventy-five thousand dollars. Illinois River, Ill.

Improving Illinois River, Illinois: Continuing improvement and Maintenance.

for maintenance, thirty thousand dollars. Copperas Creek to Improving Illinois River, Illinois, from Copperas Creek to La Salle: Dredging Lake Of the balance remaining from the appropriation heretofore made for

this improvement, twelve thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, is hereby made available for dredging in Lake Depue

and entrance thereto. Mississippi River Commission.

Improving Mississippi River, from Head of Passes to the mouth of

the Ohio River, including salaries, clerical, office, traveling, and misFrom Head of Passes cellaneous expenses of the Mississippi River Commission: Continuing

improvement, with a view to securing a permanent channel depth of Securing 9-foot channel.

nine feet and to the completion of said improvement within a period of twenty years, two million dollars, which sum shall be expended under the direction of the Secretary of War in accordance with the plans, specifications, and recommendations of the Mississippi River Commission, as approved by the Chief of Engineers, for the general

improvement of the river, for the building of levees between the Head Surveys.

of Passes and Cape Girardeau, Missouri, and for surveys, including the survey from the Head of Passes to the headwaters of the river, in such manner as in their opinion shall best improve navigation and promote the interests of commerce at all stages of the river: Provided, That from and after the date of the approval of this Act the member of said commission appointed from the Coast and Geodetic Survey shall receive the same annual compensation as other civilian members of said commission, and the excess of said compensation over and above

the compensation he receives from the Coast and Geodetic Survey Dredging appli- shall be paid from the funds of said commission: Provided further,

That of the money hereby appropriated so much as may be necessary shall be expended in the construction of suitable and necessary dredge

boats and other devices and appliances and in the maintenance and Connecting water operation of the same: Provided further, That the water courses

connected with said river, and the harbors upon it, now under the control of the Mississippi River Commission and under improvement, may, in the discretion of said commission, upon approval by the Chief of Engineers, receive allotments for improvements now underway or

hereafter to be undertaken to be paid for from the amounts herein Diversion i Red appropriated: And provided further, That of the amount herein

appropriated so much thereof as may be necessary shall be used in making an examination and report upon the necessity, urgency, and practicability of permanently separating the waters of the Red and

Atchafalaya rivers from those of the Mississippi River, together with Estimate of revet- an estimate of the cost of such work. The said commission shall pre

pare a statement as to the localities and quantities of revetment

required for the complete treatment of the said river below Cairo and Amount spent for an estimate of the cost thereof, and report the same to Congress. The

said commission shall also prepare and report to Congress a statement of the amounts expended by the United States Government in the

construction of levees as well as a statement of the amounts expended Liana to be pro• by States, levee districts, and communities interested. The said

commission shall also report to Congress a statement of the quantity

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of land which will be reclaimed or protected by revetment or other work done by the United States exclusively, The Chief of Engineers, under the direction of the Secretary of War, bori specimerized.

Experimental towis hereby, authorized to design and construct two experimental towboats of modern but different types, with a complement of suitable barges and necessary loading and unloading facilities for towing and delivering supplies along the Mississippi River and its tributaries, and in making designs for such boats the said Chief of Engineers shall investigate and consider types of boats in use for similar purposes on nontidal rivers in this and other countries, and for the purposes of such investigation, designs, and construction there is hereby appropriated the sum of five hundred thousand dollars.

Improving Mississippi River from the mouth of the Ohio River to the Missouri. and including the mouth of the Missouri River: Continuing improvement in accordance with the plan adopted in eighteen hundred and eighty-one, which has for its object to eventually obtain by regulariza- Depth to be obtion works and by dredging a minimum depth of eight feet from the mouth of the Ohio River to Saint Louis, and of six feet from Saint Louis to the mouth of the Missouri River, and with a view to the completion of said improvement within a period of twelve years, five hundred thousand dollars.

Improving Mississippi River from the mouth of the Missouri River to Minneapolis, Minnesota: Continuing improvement in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered Three hundred and forty-one, Fifty-ninth Congress, second session, for the purpose of ultimately securing and maintaining a depth of channel of Depth. six feet and with a view of completing said improvement within a period of twelve years, five hundred thousand dollars: Provided, That of this amount so much as may be necessary, not to exceed levees. seventy-five thousand dollars, may, in the discretion of the Secretary of War, be expended for the repair and maintenance of existing levees constructed by the United States and for dredging for the benefit of through navigation in harbors and at landing places, giving preference to localities irf which the communities interested shall hereafter maintain such dredging without cost to the United States.

Improving Mississippi River, from Saint Paul to Minneapolis: ne Saint Paul to MinThe modified project recommended by the Chief of Engineers in his Moditied project. report dated March third, nineteen hundred and ten, printed in House Document Numbered Seven hundred and forty-one, Sixty-first Congress, second session, is hereby adopted, and all future work on said improvement shall be prosecuted in accordance therewith: Provided, Water-power leases. That in the making of leases for water power a reasonable compensation shall be secured to the United States, and the rates as fixed shall be subject to revision by Congress.

Improving Mississippi River in Minnesota: Improving reservoirs at the headwaters of the Mississippi River: Completing improvement by constructing a canal between Lake Winnibigoshish and Leech

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Lake, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document
Numbered Three hundred and sixty-three, Sixty-first Congress,
second session, sixty-one thousand two hundred dollars.

Improving Mississippi River in Minnesota, between Brainerd and Rapids.
Grand Rapids: Completing improvement in accordance with the
report submitted in House Document Numbered Six hundred and
seven, Sixty-first Congress, second session, twenty-two thousand five
hundred and fifty-five dollars.

Waterway from For the construction of a waterway from Lockport, Illinois, by Lockport, 11., to Misway of the Desplaines and Illinois rivers to the mouth of said Illinois sissippi River. River, one million dollars. The Secretary of War shall appoint a pointed. board of five members, to be composed of four engineer officers of the army and one civil engineer taken from civil life. The president President, of the board of five members authorized under Act of March second,

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