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IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. O. M. CARTER, CORPS OF ENGINEERS,
Savannah Harbor, Ga., 174; Savannah River, Ga., 176; Savannah River above
Augusta, Ga., Darien Harbor, Ga., 177; Altamaha River, Ga., 178; Oconee River,
Ga., Ocmulgee River, Ga., 179; Brunswick Harbor, Ga., Brunswick Outer Bar,
Ga., 180; Jekyl Creek, Ga., Cumberland Sound, Ga., 181; inside water route
between Savannah, Ga., and Fernandina, Fla., removing sunken vessels or craft
obstructing or endangering navigation, 182.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. THOMAS H. HANDBURY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
St. Johns River, Fla., 182; Upper St. Johns River, Fla., 185; Volusia Bar, Fla., 186;
Ocklawaha River, Fla., St. Augustine Harbor, Fla., 187; Indian River, Fla., 188;
northwest entrance, Key West Harbor, Fla., 189; Caloosahatchee River, Fla., 190;
Charlotte Harbor and Pease Creek, Fla., Sarasota Bay, Fla., 191; Manatee River,
Fla., 192; Tampa Bay, Fla., Withlacoochee River, Fla., 193; harbor at Cedar
Keys, Fla., 194; Suwanee River, Fla., 195.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. F. A. MAHAN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Apalachicola Bay, Fla., 196; Apalachicola River, the Cut-off, and Lower Chipola
River, Fla., 197; Flint River, Ga., 198; Chattahoochee River, Ga. and Ala., 200;
Choctawhatchee River, Fla. and Ala., 202; harbor at Pensacola, Fla., 203; Escam-
bia and Conecuh rivers, Fla. and Ala., 204; Alabama River, Ala., 205; Coosa River,
: Ga. and Ala., 206; operating and care of canals and other works of navigation on
Coosa River, Ga. and Ala., 208; Cababa River, Ala., 209.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. A. N. DAMRELL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Mobile Harbor, Ala., 210; Black Warrior River, Ala., from Tuscaloosa to Daniels
Creek, 211; Warrior and Tombigbee rivers, Ala. and Miss., 212; Noxubee River,
Miss., 214; Pascagoula River, Miss., Chickasahay River, Miss., 215; Leaf River,
Miss., harbor at Biloxi, Miss., 216; Pearl River below Jackson, Miss., Pearl River
between Carthage and Jackson, Miss., 217; Pearl River between Edinburg and
Carthage, Miss., Bogue Chitto, La., 218; removing sunken vessels or craft obstruct-
ing or endangering navigation, 219.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. JAMES B. QUINN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Inspection of the improvement of the South Pass of the Mississippi River, 219; Che-
functe River and Bogue Falia, La., 220; Tickta w River and its tributaries, La.,
221; Amite River and Bayou Manchac, La., 222; Bayou Lafourche, La., Bayou Ter-
rebonne, La., 223; Bayou Plaquemine, Grand River, and Pigeon bayous, La., 224;
Bayou Courtableau, La., 225; Bayou Teche, La., 226; channel, bay, and passes of
Bayou Vermillion, La., Mermentau River and tributaries, La., 227; mouth and
passes of Calcasieu River, La., 228; harbor at Sabine Pass, Tex., 230; Sabine River,
Tex., 231; Neches River, Tex., removing sunken vessels or craft obstructing or
endangering navigation, 232.
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. JOHN MILLIS, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Securing mouth of Bayou Plaquemine, La., from further caving, 232.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. A. M. MILLER, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Entrance to Galveston Harbor, Tex., 233; ship channel in Galveston Bay, Tex., 234;
channel in West Galveston Bay, Tex., Trinity River, Tex., 235; Cedar Bayou, Tex.,
236; Buffalo Bayou, Tex., harbor at Brazos Santiago, Tex., 237.
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. J. H. WILLARD, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Red River, La, and Ark., 238; Red River above Fulton, Ark., 240; Quachita and
Black rivers, Ark. and La., 241; bayous D'Arbonne and Corney, La., Bayou Bar-
tholomew, La. and Ark., 242, Bæuf River, La., 243; Tensas River and Bayou
Maçon, La., Big Black River, Miss., 244; Yazoo River, Miss., 245; mouth of Yazoo
River, Miss., 246; Tchula Lake, Miss., Tallahatchee River, Miss., 247; Steele and
Washington bayons, Miss., Big Sunflower River, Miss., 248; Big Hatchee River,
Tenn., 219; Forked Deer River, Tenn., water gauges on Mississippi River and its
principal tributaries, 250.
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. CARL F. PALFREY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Removing obstructions in Arkansas River, 251; improving Arkansas River, Ark.,
Fourche Le Fevre, Ark., 252; Petit Jean River, Ark., White River, Ark., 253;
Cache River, Ark., Black River, Ark. and Mo., Current River, Ark, and Mo., 254;
St. Francis River, Ark., St. Francis River, Mo., 255.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. CHARLES J. ALLEN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Removing snags and wrecks from Mississippi River, improving Mississippi River
between Ohio and Missouri rivers, 256; harbor at St. Louis, Mo., 258; Gasconade
River, Mo., 259; Osage River, Mo., Kaskaskia River, Ill., 260.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. A. MACKENZIE, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Operating snag boats and dredge boats on Upper Mississippi River, 261; improving
Mississippi River between Missouri River and Minneapolis, 262; Des Moines
Rapids, Mississippi River, operating and care of Des Moines Rapids Canal and
Dry Dock, operating and care of Galena River improvement, ill., 263.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. W. A. JONES, CORPs or ENGINEERS-
Mississippi River above Falls of St. Anthony, Minn., reservoirs at head waters of
Mississippi River, 264; Chippewa River, including Yellow Banks, Wis., St. Croix
River, Wis. and Minn., 266; Minnesota River, Minn., 267; Red River of the North,
Minn, and N. Dak., 268; gauging Mississippi River at or near St. Paul, Minn., 269.
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. HARRY F. HODGES, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Missouri River between the Great Falls, Mont., and Sioux City, Iowa, 270; remova
of snags and other obstructions in Missouri River above Sioux City, Iowa, 271;
examination of Missouri River between Three Forks and Canyon Ferry, Mont.,
Yellowstone River, Mont. and N. Dak., 272.
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. JOHN BIDDLE, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Obion River, Tenn., Tennessee River above Chattanooga, Tenn., 273; Tennesses
River below Bee Tree Shoals, Ala., 274; Hiwassee River, Tenn., 275; French
Broad River, Tenn., 276; Little Pigeon River, Tenn., Clinch River, Tenn., 277;
Cumberland River., Tenn. and Ky., 278; Caney Fork River, Tenn., 282.
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. GEORGE W. GOETHALS, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Tennessee River between Chattanooga, Tenn., and foot of Bee Tree Shoals, Ala.,
282; operating and care of Muscle Shoals Canal, Tennessee River, 281.
IN THE CHARGE OF LIEUT. COL. AMOS STICKNEY, CORPS or ENGINEERS-
Ohio River, 285; operating snag boat on Ohio River, operating and care of Davis
Island Dam, Ohio River, near Pittsburg, Pa., movable dam in Ohio River below
mouth of Beaver River, Pa., movable Dam No. 2, Ohio River, 287; ice harbor at
mouth of Muskingum River, Ohic, Muskingum River, Ohio, 288; operating and
care of locks and dams on Muskingum River, Ohio, removing sunken vessels or
craft obstructing or endangering navigation, examinations, 289.
IN THE CHARGE OF CAFT. R. L. HOXIE, Corps or ENGINEERS-
Monongahela River, W. Va. and Pa., 290; operating and care of Locks and Dams
Nos. 8 and 9, Monongahela River, purchase of Lock and Dam No. 7, Monongahela
River, purchase of Lock and Dam No. 6, Mononga hela River, Cheat River, W. Va.,
291; Allegheny River, Pa., dam at Herr Island, Allegheny River, near Pittsburg,
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. JAMES G. WARREN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Falls of the Ohio River, at Louisville, Ky., 293; Indiana Chute, Falls of the Ohio
Rirer, operating and care of Louisville and Portland Canal, Ky., 295; Wabash
River, Ind. and Ill., 296; White River, Ind., 297.
IN THE CHARGE OF COL. WILLIAM P. CRAIGUILL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS,
Great Kanawha River, W. Va., 297; operating and care of locks and dams on Great
Kanawha River, W. Va., Elk River, W. Va., 299; Gauley River, W. Va., 300; New
River, Va, and W. Va., 301.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. D. W. LOCKWOOD, CORPS or ENGINEERS-
Tradewater River, Ky., 301; Lock No. 2, Green River, at Rumsey, Ky., Green River
above mouth of Big Barren River, Ky., operating and care of locks and dams on
Green and Barren rivers, Ky., 302; Rough River, Ky., Kentucky River, Ky., 303;
operating and care of locks and dams on Kentucky River, Ky., Licking River, Ky.,
between Farmers and West Liberty, 304; Big Sandy River, W. Va. and Ky.,
Levisa Fork of Big Sandy River, Ky., 305; Tug Fork of Big Sandy River, W.Va.
and Ky., Guyandotte River, W. Va., 306; Little Kanawha River, W. Va., operating
and care of lock and dam on Little Kanawha River, W. Va., 307.
IN THE CIIARGE OF Maj. CLIXTON B. SEARS, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Harbor at Grand Marais, Minn., harbor at Agate Bay, Mion., 308; harbor at
Duluth, Minr., 309; harbor at Superior Bay and St. Louis Bay, Wis., 310; harbor
at Ashland, Wis., harbor at Ontonagon, Mich., 311; Eagle Harbor, Mich., waterway
from Keweenaw Bay to Lake Superior, via Portage Lake and River, Mich, 312;
operating and care of waterway from Keweenaw Bay to Lake Superior, via Portage
Lako and River, Mich., harbor at Marquette, Mich, 313; harbor of refuge at Grand
Marais, Mich, 314.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. JAMES F. GREGORY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Manistique Harbor, Mich., Cedar River Harbor, Mich., 315; Menominec Harbor,
Mich. and Wis., Menomince River, Mich. and Wis., 316; Oconto Harbor, Wis., 317;
Pensaukee Harbor, Wis., Green Bay Harbor, Wis., 318; Sturgeon Bay and Laké
Michigan Ship Canal, Wis., 319; operating and care of Sturgeon Bay and Lake Mich-
igan Ship Canal, Wis., 320; harbor of refuge at eastern entrance of Sturgeon Bay and
Lako Michigan Ship Canal, Wis., Abnapee Harbor, Wis., 321; Kewaunee Harbor,
Wis., 322; Two Rivers Harbor, Wis., Manitowoc Harbor, Wis., 323; Sheboygan
Harbor, Wis., 324; Port Washington Harbor, Wis., harbor of refuge at Milwaukee
Bay, Wis., 325; Milwaukee Harbor, Wis., Racine Isarbor, Wis., 326; Kenosha Har-
bor, Wis., 327; Waukegan Harbor, ill., 328; Fox River, Wis., 329; operating and
care of locks and dams on Fox River, Wis., removing sunken vessels or craft
obstructing or endangering navigation, 330.
IN TIIE CHARGE OF CAPT. W. L. MARSHALL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Chicago Harbor, Ill., 331; Calumet Harbor, Ill., 332; Calumet River, Ill. and Ind.,
333; Illinois River, ill., 334; operating and care of La Grange and Kampsville
locks and dams, Illinois River, Ill., 335; Illinois and Mississippi Canal, 11., 336.
IN THE CHARGE OF LIEUT. COL. G. J. LYDECKER, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Michigan City Harbor, Inů., 337; St. Joseph Harbor, Mich., 339; St. Joseph River,
Mich., 340; South Haven Harbor, Mich., Saugatuck Harbor, Mich., 341; Holland
(Black Lake) Harbor, Mich., Grand Haven Harbor, Mich., 343; Muskegon Harbor,
Mich., 345; White Lake Harbor, Mich., 346; Pentwater Harbor, Mich., 347; Lud-
ington Harbor, Mich., Manistee Harbor, Mich., 348; harbor of refuge at Portage
Lake, Mich., 350; Frankfort Harbor, Mich., 351; Charlevoix Harbor, Mich., 352;
Petoskey Harbor, Mich., Cheboygan Harbor, Mich, 353; Alpena Harbor (Thunder
Bay River), Mich., 354; Saginaw River, Mich., 355; harbor of refuge at Sand
Beach, Lake Huron, Mich., 356; Black River at Port Huron, Mich., mouth of Black
River, Mich., 358; Clinton River, Mich., 359; Rouge River, Mich., 360; turning
basin in Rouge River, Mich., removing sunken vessels or craft obstructing or
endangering navigation, 361.
IN THE CHARGE OF COL. O. M. POE, CORPS or ENGINEERS
- Ship channel connecting waters of the Great Lakes between Chicago, Duluth, and
Buffalo, 361; operating and care of St. Marys Falls Canal, Mich., St. Marys River
at the Falls, Mich., 363; Hay Lake Channel, St. Marys River, Mich., 364; St.
Clair Flats Canal, Mich., 365; operating and care of St. Clair Flats Canal, Mich.,
Grossepoint Channel, Mich., 366; Detroit River, Mich., 367; investigation of raft
towing on the Great Lakes and their connecting waters, 368.
IN THE CHARGE OF LIEUT. COL. JARED A. SMITH, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Monroe Harbor, Mich., 368; Toledo Harbor, Ohio, 369; Port Clinton Harbor, Ohio,
370; Sandusky Harbor, Ohio, 371; Sandusky River, Ohio, Huron Harbor, Ohio,
372; Vermillion Harbor, Ohio, 373; Black River Harbor, Ohio, 374; Clereland
Harbor, Ohio, 375; Fairport Harbor, Ohio, Ashtabula Harbor, Ohio, 376; Con-
neaut Harbor, Ohio, 377; removing sunken vessels or craft obstructing or endanger-
ing navigation, 378.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. E. II. RUFFNER, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Erie Harbor, Pa., 378; Presqne Isle Peninsula, Erie Jarbor, Pa., Dunkirk Harbor,
N. Y., 379; Buffalo Harbor, N. Y., 380; Tonawanda Harbor and Niagara River, N. Y.,
Niagara River from Tonawanda to Port Day (Niagara Falls), N. Y., 381; Wilson
Harbor, N. Y., Olcott Harbor, N. Y., 382; Oak Orchard Harbor, N. Y., 383.
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. DAN C. KINGMAN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Charlotte Harbor, N. Y., 383; Pultneyville Harbor, N. Y., 384; harbor at Great Sodus
Bay, N. Y., 385; barbor at Little Sodus Bay, N. Y., Oswego Harbor, N. Y., 386; har-
bor at Sacketts Harbor, N. Y., 388.
N THE CHARGE OF CAPT. Smith S. LEACH, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Shoals between Sister Islands and Cross-over Light, St. Lawrence River, N. Y.,
Ogdensburg Harbor, N. Y., 389; breakwater at Rouse Point, Lake Champlain, N. Y.,
Great Chazy River, N. Y., Plattsburg Harbor, N. Y., Burlington Harbor, Vt., 390;
Otter Creek, Vt., Ticonderoga River, N. Y., 391; narrows of Lake Champlain, N. Y.
and Vt., 392.
IN THE CHARGE OF COL. G. H. MENDELL, CORPS OF EXGINEERS-
Oakland Harbor, Cal., 392.
IN THE CHARGE OF LIEUT. COL. W. H. H. BENYAURD, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Napa River, Cal., 393; Redwood Creek, Cal., San Luis Obispo Harbor, Cal., 394;
Wilmington Harbor, Cal., 395; San Diego Harbor, Cal., 396; Colorado and Gila
rivers at Yuma, Ariz., 397.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. W. H. HEUER, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
San Joaquin River, Cal., 398; Mokelumne River, Cal., Sacramento and Feather
rivers, Cal., 399; Petaluma Creek, Cal., 400; Humboldt Harbor and Bay, Cal., 401.
IN THE CHARGE OF Capt. Thomas W. SYMONS, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Coquille River, Oreg., 402; Coquille River, Oreg., betwcen Coquille City and Myrtle
Point, entrance to Coos Bay and Harbor, Oreg., 403; Umpqua River, Oreg., 404;
mouth of Siuslaw River, Oreg., Yaquina Bay, Oreg., 405; Tillamook Bay and
Bar, Oreg., 406; entrance to Nehalem Bay, Oreg., Upper Snake River, Idaho,
between Huntington Bridge and Seven Devils mining district, 407; Upper Colum-
bia and Snake rivers, Oreg. and Wash., 408; Columbia River, between head of
Rock Island Rapids and foot of Priest Rapids, Wash., Willapa River and Harbor.
Wash., 409; Grays Harbor and Chehalis River, Wash., 410; Chehalis River, Wash
Harbor at Olympia, Wash., 411; Swinomish ślough, Wash., Puget Sound and i
tributary waters, Wash., 412.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. JAMES C. Post, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Mouth of Columbia River, Oreg, and Wash., 413; Columbia River, between Van-
couver, Wash., and mouth of Willamette River, 414; canal at the Cascades, Colum-
bia River, Oreg., 415; Columbia and Lower Willamette rivers below Portland,
Oreg., 416; Willamette River above Portland, Oreg., Cowlitz River, Wash., 417
Youngs and Klaskuine rivers, Oreg., gauging waters of Columbia River, Oreg. and
Wasb., examination and plan by Board of Engineers for overcoming obstructions
in Columbia River between Three Mile Rapids and Celilo Falls, Oreg. and Wash.,
EXAMINATIONS, SURVEYS, AND CONTINGENCIES OF RIVERS AND
Greenport Harbor, N. Y., Patchogue River, N. Y., Harlem River, N. Y., 422; West-
chester Creek, N. Y., Shrewsbury River near Sea Bright, N. J., Delaware River at
Philadelphia, Pa., and Camden, N. J., Ohio River between Martins Ferry and
Bellaire, Ohio, Missouri River at Kansas City, Kans., and Kansas City, Mo.,
Superior Bay, Wis., 423; Oconto Harbor, Wis., St. Joseph Harbor, Mich., Niagara
River at Squaw Island, N. Y., San Francisco Bay and Oakland Harbor, Cal., Napa
River at Napa, Cal., Everett Harbor, Wash., 424.
BRIDGING NAVIGABLE WATERS OF THE UNITED STATES.
(1) Bridge of Little Rock Bridge and Terminal Railway Company across Arkansas
River at Little Rock, Ark., (2) bridge of St. Lawrence Railway Company across
St. Lawrence River at Morristown, N. Y., (3) bridge of South St. Paul Belt Rail-
road Company across Mississippi River at South St. Paul, Minn., (4) bridge of
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railroad Company across Calumet River at
South Chicago, Ill., (5) bridge of Montgomery Bridge Company across Alabama
River near Montgomery, Ala., (6) bridge of city of Red Wing, Minn., across Mis-
sissippi River, (i) bridge of East Liverpool Bridge Company
across Ohio River at
East Liverpool, Ohio, (8) bridge of Yankton Bridge Company across Missouri
River at Yankton, S. Dak., 425; (9) bridge of city of Pittsburg, Pa., across Monon-
gahela River at South Twenty-second street, (10) bridge of Wilmington and Wel-
don Railroad Company across Contentnia Creek near Grifton, N. C., (11) bridge
of city of Tacoma, Wash., across ship channel through that city, (12) bridge of
Orange County, Téx., across Cow Bayon above its confluence with Sabine River,
(13) bridge of Savannah, Florida and Western Railway Company across Hillsbor-
ough River at Tampa, Fla., (14) bridges of Mobile and Dauphin Island Railroad
and Harbor Company across Dog and Fowl rivers, Ala., (15) bridge of Brazoria
County, Tex., across San Bernard River at Churchills Ferry, 426; (16) bridges
of city of Chicago, Ill., at Van Buren street, and Metropolitan West Side Ele-
vated Railroad Company between Jackson and Van Buren streets, across South
Branch of Chicago River, Chicago, Ill., (17) bridge of Knox County, Tenn.,
across Holston River at Boyds Ferry near Knoxville, (18) bridge of Wiscon-
sin Central Railroad Company across Wolf River at Gills Landing, Wis.,
(19) bridge of city of Kaukauna, Wis., across Fox River and Canal, (20) bridge
of city of Manistee, Mich., across Manistee River at Smith street, (21) bridge
of city of De Pere, Wis., across Fox River and Canal, (22) bridge of town of
Hempstead, Queens County, N. Y., across Nortons Creek, 427; (23) bridge of
Brazoria County, Tex., across Brazos River at Columbia, (24) bridge of Creigh-
ton Bridge Company across Allegheny River at Creighton, Pa., (25) bridge of city
of Houston, Tex., across Buffalo Bayou, (26) bridge of Sea Shore Road Company
across Youngs Bay, Oreg., (27) bridge of Washington and Chesapeake Beach Rail-
way Company across Patuxent River at Mount Calvert, Md., (28) bridge of Clarke
County, Wash., across East Fork of Lewis River at La Center, (29) bridge of
Kensington Rapid Transit Bridge Company across Allegheny River below Taren-
tum, Pa., (30) bridge of Ahnapee and Western Railway Company across Stur-
geon Bay, Wis., (31) bridge of city of Boston, Mass., across Chelsea Creek
at Chelsea street, (32) bridge of Passaic and Bergen counties, N. J., across.
Passaic River at Passaic, (33) bridge of Northwestern Elevated Railroad