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382.7 Fort Madison, Iowa, foot | H. D. Everingham... Transfer of petroleum products

Pipe line.

A. T. & S. F. Ry. of 12th St.

from barges. 390. 4 Dallas City, Ill., foot of Dallas City Grain & Feed Storage and shipment of grain. Grain elevator. 1 loading spout.

Do.
Sycamore St.

Co.
403. 6 Burlington, Iowa, foot of Burlington Grain & Feed Co .do.

do.
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C.B.& Q. R. R. and
Vine St.

C. R. İ. &. P. Ry.
404. 1 Burlington, Iowa, foot of Inland Waterways Corp., Transfer of all classes of com- Fireproof warehouse and Escalator, locomotive crane, Do.
Washington St.
operator; city of Burling- modities,

freight house. Steel tractors and trailers.
ton, owner.

wharf barge.
404.4 Burlington, Iowa. Wayne Bros. Grain Co. Storage and shipment of grain. Grain elevator.

1 loading spout.

C. R. I. & P. Ry. 404.4 ..do.. Stang Engineering Co. Transfer of petroleum prod

Pipe line.

Do.
ucts from barges.
415.6 Oquawka, Ill.

Wayne Bros. Grain
Storage and shipment of grain. Grain elevator

1 loading spout.

C. B. & Q. R. R. 427.6 Kiethsburg, III.

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C.B. & Q. R. R. and

M.& St. L. Ry. 433.0 New Boston, Ill., foot of Ogle Grain Co.

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C. B. & Q. R. R.
Main St.
451.4 Right bank below Mus- Standard Investment Co. Shipment of sand and gravel..

catine, Iowa.
455. 2 Muscatine, Iowa, foot of Mississippi Valley Grain & Storage and shipment of grain Storage bins and grain 2 loading spouts and portable c. M. St. P. & P.
Pine St.
Feed Co.
and feeds.

elevators.
conveyors.

R. R. and C. R. I.

& P. Ry. 455. 2 Muscatine, Iowa. McKee Feed & Grain Co. Storage and shipment of grain. Grain elevator.

1 loading spout..

Do. 474.6 Linwood, Íowa. Dewey Portland Cement Co. Transfer fuel coal from barges

1 2-ton tractor crane, loading Do. and shipment of cement and

pipe and conveyor.

rock.
480.8 Rock Island, Ill., foot of Inland Waterways Corp., Transfer of all classes of com- Fireproof warehouse and Escalator, locomotive crane, C. B. & Q. R. R.,
5th Ave.
operator; city of Rock Is- modities.

freight house. Steel tractors, and trailers.

C. M. St. P. & P. land, owner.

wharf-barge.

R. R., C. R. I. &
P. and D. R. I. &

N. W. Ry.
483. 2 | Davenport, Iowa, foot of Builders Sand & Gravel Co.. Transfer of sand and gravel

1 20-ton locomotive crane.- D. R. I. &N. W. Ry. 4th St. from barges.

and C. M. St. P. &

P. R. R. 483.3 Davenport, Iowa, foot of International Milling Co.- Storage and transfer of grain Storage bins and grain 1 pneumatic unloader, 2 load- Do. Federal St.

and products.

elevators.

ing spouts. 486.4 Moline, Ill., foot of 24th | Moline Consumers Co. Transfer of sand and gravel

1 10-ton locomotive crane. 1 C.B. & Q. R. R. and St. from barges.

7-ton stiff-leg derrick.

C.R.I. & P. Ry. 486.9 Bettendorf, Iowa. Socony-Vacuum Oil Co. Transfer of petroleum prod

Pipe line

D. R. I. & N. W. Ry.
ucts from barges.
487.0

Shell Oil Co.
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487.1 do..

Standard Oil Co. (Ind.).
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Do. 487. 2 do.. Paraland Oil Co. ..do.

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Do.
488.5 do.

W. H. Barber Co.
do.

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Do.
488.7 East Moline, Ill.
International Harvester Co.. Transfer of steel fror rges..

Portable un ding crane...-- C. R. I. & P. Ry.
501.5 122 miles below Cordova, M. D. Collinson.

Shipment of quarry products..

Belt conveyor.

C. M. St. P. &
Ill.

P. R. R.
514.2 Clinton, Iowa, on right | Interstate Power Co-

Transfer of fuel coal from

Unloading crane, hoppers, and D. R. I. & N. W. Ry.
bank of Beaver Slough.
barges to cars.

escalator.
516.9 Clinton, Iowa, foot of Continental Grain Co. Storage and shipment of grain. Grain elevator

1 loading spout.

C. B. & Q. R. R.
South 4th St.
517.3 Clinton, Iowa, foot of Inland Waterways Corp., Transfer of freight.

Fireproof warehouse and 1 15-ton locomotive crane.. C. & N. W. Ry. South 2d St. operator, city of Clinton,

freight house. owner.

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C. &N. W. Ry.
C. & N. W. Ry, &

C. B. & Q. R. R.
C. B. & Q. R. R.,

C. M. št. P. &
P. R. R., C. G. W.
Ry. and' I. O. R.
R.
Do.

Transfer of all classes of com

modities.

Fireproof warehouse and Escalator, locomotive crane,

freight house. Steel tractors, and trailers. wharf-barge.

1 25-ton stiff-leg derrick.

C. B. & Q. R. R.

579.3 | Dubuque, Iowa, foot of Federal Barge Line, operaJones St.

tor; city of Dubuque,

owner.
579.5 | Dubuque, Iowa.

Molo Sand & Gravel Co..
580.0 | Dubuque, Iowa, on right Interstate Power Systems.

bank of Lake Peosta.
678.7 Genoa, Wis., on left bank Dairyland Power Coop

0.5 mile below Lock

and Dam No. 8.
697.9 LaCrosse, Wis.

City of La Crosse
724.0 Winona, Minn.

Yahnke Coal Co. 724.0 do.

Western Oil & Fuel Co.

Transfer of sand and gravel

from barges.
Transfer of fuel coal from

barges.
Unloading coal.

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724.4
724.4
724. 6

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Shell Oil Co.
Standard Oil Co.
City of Winona.

Transfer of package freight Warehouse 25' x 40'.

and passengers.
Unloading coal.
Storage and transfer of petrole-
um products.

do.

do. Temporary-unloading bulk

commodities. Unloading coal.

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Mississippi Valley Public

Service Co.
Alma, Wis.

Dairyland Power Coop.
Lake City, Minn.

W. E. Sprague.
Red Wing, Minn.

City of Red Wing-
Prescott, Wis.

0. Ğ Hermanson
St. Paul' Park, Minn. 0.3 Northwestern Refining Co.

bridge.
St. Paul, Minn., 242 Port Authority of St. Paul

miles below Robert St. (package freight terminal
Bridge.

and locomotive crane op-
erated by Inland Water-

ways Corp.) St. Paul, Minn.

Minnesota Farm Bureau

Service Co.

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751.5
772.6
791.0
811.1
830.0

do.

mile below C. R. I. &
P. Ry. and highway

837.3

838.8

Transfer of chemicals and

fertilizers.

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839.4 St. Paul, Minn. on Rasp- | Pure Oil Co.

Storage and transfer of petroberry Island immedi

leum products.
ately below Wabasha

St. Bridge.
840.0 St. Paul, Minn, between Farmers Union Grain Ter- Storage and shipment of grain. Sack house 43' x 129'. Equipment for transfer of
Chestnut and Sherman minal Association, oper-

Elevator 22,000-bushel grain to barges. Conveyor
Sts.
ator; Port Authority of St.

capacity.

from Farmers Union elevaPaul, owner.

tor 2,300,000-bushel capacity.
840.5 St. Paul, Minn .above Northern States Power Co.-- Unloading coal.

Crane and barge shuttle hoist..
Smith Ave. (High)

Bridge.
841.6 St. Paul, Minn. above Super Service Oil Co. Storage and transfer of petro-
C. St. P. M. & O. Ry.

leum products. bridge. 842.2 St. Paul, Minn., Otto St. Shell Petroleum Corp

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Socony-Vacuum Oil Co.

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Wood River Oil Co.

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842.3 St. Paul, Minn., Hatha

way and Adrian Sts.
842.5 St. Paul, Minn., Mon-

treal Ave.
847.5 St. Paul, Minn.
852.4 Minneapolis, Minn. be-

low Washington Ave.

Bridge.
852. 6 Minneapolis, Minn.

Washington Ave.

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Ford Motor Co.

Coal.
Penn-O-Tex Oil Co.

Storage and transfer of petro

leum products.
City of Minneapolis (pack- Transfer of package freight | Warehouse 50' x 225'.
age freight terminal oper- and grain,

Covered platform 25' x
ated by Inland Waterway

500'.

Steel wharf-
Corp.).

barge 45' x 214'. Grain

elevator.
City of Minneapolis.. Coal and scrap iron.
Western Oil & Fuel Co. Storage and transfer of petro-

leum products.

Minneapolis, Minn.

Locomotive crane and coal

handling facilities.

Do.

ST. CROIX RIVER

22.9

Stillwater, Minn.

Operated by R. A. Peters;

city of Stillwater, owner.
Western Oil & Fuel Co.

Locomotive crane and gantry

crane.

C. St. P. M. & 0.

Ry.

852.9

853.0

do.

24. 3

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Socony-Vacuum Oil Co. Storage and transfer of petrole

um products.
Northern States Power Co.- Unloading coal.
City of La Crosse-

Transfer of all freight

Crawler crane.

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11.3

Cairo, Ill.

2 steam derrick boats.

12.0

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City of Cairo, Ill., owner; The Mooring floating equipment...

Barrett Line, Inc., operator.
City of Cairo, Ill., owner; Inland | Mooring barges.

Waterway Corp., operator.
Inland Waterway Corp., opera-

In connection with marine re-
tor.

pair plant.

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180.2 St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis Boat Club

Docking facilities for recrea

tional boats.
183.4 ..do
East Grand Boat Yard.

Docking and repairs of small

boats.
188.9 do.
Chain Yacht Club

Docking facilities for recrea

tional boats.
204.8 Brickhouse Landing, Mo. Waterways Transportation Co., Harbor and marine repairs.

Inc,
212.5 Portage Des Sioux, Mo.. C. A. Barnard.

Boat harbor for small boats.
213.7
..do...
Weber Bros.

Docking facilities for recrea

tional boats. 759.4 Wabasha, Minn. Griffith Boat Works.

Boat repairs.
811.4 Prescott, Wis

St. Croix Boat Works Dock.
838.0 St. Paul, Minn.

Twin City Barge Shipyards.
839.0 St. Paul, Minn. Lambert Port Authority of St. Paul.. Transfer of passengers.

Landing (public wharf).
i On Ohio River; miles above Cairo Point. Available for Mississippi River trade.

ST. CROIX RIVER

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REGULATIONS OF THE CORPS OF ENGINEERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE

ARMY

NAVIGATION REGULATIONS Pursuant to the provisions of section 7 of the River and Harbor Act of August 8, 1917 (40 Stat. 266; 33 U. S. C. 1)' the following regulations have been prescribed 2 to govern the use, administration, and navigation of the Ohio River, Mississippi River above Cairo, Ill., and their tributaries.

207.300 3 Ohio River, Mississippi River above Cairo, Ill., and their tributaries; use, administration, and navigation.—The term "lock master, as used in the following regulations, shall be interpreted to mean the lock master or that one of the lock officials present who has authority to issue orders to the others or to vessels.

(a) Authority of lock masters.—The movement and position of all boats and floating craft of every description, while at or near the locks and dams and in canals, shall be subject to the direction of the lock master, whose orders must be obeyed in the operation and mooring of such boats and craft. Crews shall render such assistance in lockage of their craft as the lock master may require.

(6) Precedence at locks.-Ordinarily the vessel arriving first at a lock shall be first locked through; but precedence shall be given to vessels belonging to the United States and to vessels carrying the mails, in the order named. Passenger boats shall have precedence over tows and like craft. When two or more vessels of the same class arrive at a lock from the same direction at the same time, the vessel landward on the lock side of the river shall have precedence, and the riverward vessel shall stop and give way to the landward vessel on the lock side. When two vessels of the same class arrive at a lock from opposite directions at the same time, the vessel headed downstream, or with the flow of the current, shall ordinarily have precedence.' In cases where no current draw exists riverward from the lock, the vessel headed upstream may be given precedence. Where several vessels of the same class are awaiting lockage from opposite directions, lockages shall be made alternately, if practicable, rather than in the order of time of arrival. Arrival posts or markers may be established ashore above or below the locks. Vessels arriving at or opposite such posts or markers will be considered as having arrived at the locks within the meaning of this paragraph. Irrespective of any other provisions of this paragraph, the precedence at locks is to be as directed by the lock master, who may prescribe any departure from such provisions as in his judgment the circumstances warrant.

(c) Lockage of pleasure boats. The lockage of pleasure boats, house boats, or like craft will not be permitted to interfere with or to delay the lockage of commercial craft. Vessels not employed for

1 That it shall be the duty of the Secretary of War to prescribe such regulations for the use, administration, and navigation of the navigable waters of the United States as in his judgment the public necessity may require for the protection of life and property, or of operations of the United States in channel improvement, covering all matters not specifically delegated by law to some other executive department. Such regulations shall be posted, in conspicuous and appropriate places, for the information of the public; and every person and every corporation which shall violate such regulations shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and, on conviction thereof in any district court of the United States within whose territorial jurisdiction such offense may bave been committed, shall be punished by a fine not exceeding $500, or by imprisonment (in the case of a natural person) not exceeding six months, in the discretion of the court.

· Prescribed January 4, 1933, and amended September 3, 1936, September 23, 1937, May 17, 1938, November 21, 1939, October 10, 1947. and

March 20, 1948. : Code of Federal Regulations, Title 33, Chapter II, Part 207.

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