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Statement.

Estimated cost of proposer dike work

$241, 020.00 Estimated cost of proposed revetment work.

67, 100.00 Care and repair of plant, calking, lannching and pulling out same 20, 500.00 New plant, tools, lines, etc..

10,000.00 Add for items of administration, survey, traveling expenses, sundry miscellaneous

20, 000.00

358, 620.00

Total estimated cost
Credit ly cost value of materials on hand and paid for:

Dike materials.....
Dike or revetuent materials..

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325, 511.40 This amount could be profitably expended during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1895, provided work can be begun not later than August 1, 1894. Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

S. WATERS Fox,

Division Engineer. Lieut. Col. CHARLES R. SUTER,

Corps of Engineers, C. S. 4.,

President Missouri River Commission.

List of exhibits forming appendix accompanying the foregoing report.
Exhibit A.-Cost in item of care, repair, and alteration of plant.
Exhibit B.-Cost in item completing revetment at Gasconade boat yard.
Exhibit C.-Cost in item of pile dike construction.

Exhibit A.-Care, repair, and alteration of plant, 1993.

Subsist

Material. Supplies. Total cost, EXIBIT B.-Cost of finishing Gasconade boal-yard roctment, 1893.

Labor.

ence.

$7. 11 7, 052. 33

89, 25

$70.08
49. 50

$1, 462. 42
2,521.10

106,33

952. 74 2, 656. 09

219, 22

$6, 128. 49 *19, 785. 74

441,58 4, 225, 60 11, 001.83 1, 493, 39

285. 21

5, 86 260, 56

255, 15

Care of plant:
Watching

$1.588. 88 Construction of boatwars.

10, 159.81 Anchorage, planting "dead men

216.00 Pulling out boats

2. 987. 65 Storing and caring for plant

8, 339, 88 Fire protection..

758. 46 Repair and alteration of plant: Old umbrella boats.

563. 28 Sabrina pilot house

48.00 Changing double pile leads.

33. 00 Removing and repairing belmont cabins

409, 47 Office boat Margaret, cabin alterations.

54. 70 Repiring and launching cabin boats Margaret an De Russy

132. 32 Miscellaneous and current repairs

3, 653, 60 Grand total

31,075, 05

120.51
10.27

7. 06
87. 63

93.18
22. 73

1.21
3. 24
13. 94

777.00 81.00 41. 27 502.64 68. 64

2. 30

19. 21 301. 27

781.87

2.50 2. 08

154.06 4,741.82

8, 928. 27

7, 872.92

666, 82

49, 443, 06

* NOTE.-_$6,2 4.79 of this a nount expendid during the tiscal year ending June 30, 1893.

Class and extent of work done.

Cost.
L
In item. Total.

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Ballasting upper bank (200 linear feet):

Material, 382 cubic yards of rock at 75 cents per cubic yard on barge at

point of expenelituire

Labor, placing same on bank
Constructing and ballasting mattress (415 linear feet, or 14,910 sqnare feet):
Construction :

Labur.
Materials:

140 cords brush on barge at point of expenditure..
684.08 pounds three siglths.inch strand (galvanized steel).

1,235 pounds sccond hand car cable. Ballasting:

Labor
Maierials, 175 cubie yards rock, at $1.0509 per cubic yard on bargo at

point of expenditure

323.51

23. 93
18.52

010. 21

18. 31,

183.10

202. 21

Grand total.

1,255. 12

EXIBIT C.-Cost in items of pile dike construction, 1893.

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Kind of materials.

Cost of
iwloading

Total cost Labor, sub-
Cost on

cars,

Cost of 'at points of sistence, Total cost Quantity. cars or at

handling towing. expend. landings.

in like. and

iture. plies. barging.

and sup

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Anchor :
Piles

No..
Three-eighths-inch

571. 56

96.43

618. 15

strand...... feet.. Cable ...... do...

149. 540
11, 599

1, 480.45

173. 98

678. 68

Total..

2. 228.99

96. 43

2, 325, 42

1, 296.83

3, 629.25

Curtain:

Poles Spikes..

402.14

corals
..Ibs..

336
3, 000

762.90
67.62

1,617. 92

Total.

830.52

403. 14

1, 233. 66

1, 617.92

2, 831.59

Grading bank

211.82

Grand total

72, 111. 43

Broken in driving.

1 Dike piles.

Includes $48 labor lashing on wales and braces

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APPENDIX G.

ESTABLISHMENT OF HARBOR LINES IN MISSOURI RIVER AT KANSAS

CITY, KANSAS, AND KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI.

STATE OF KANSAS,
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, GOVERNOR'S OFFICE,

Topeka, September 24, 1892. Sir: I have the honor to inclose herewith the minutes of a joint conference of the executive committees of the State boards of health of Kansas and Missouri, held in Kansas City, Mo., on the 10th instant, to discuss the cholera situation; also, resolutions adopted by said executive committees.

I desire inost respectfully to call your attention to the resolutions, and urge that the request therein presented may receive speedy and favorable consideration at your hands, and trust that you will direct the Misssouri River Commission, of which Col. C. R. Suter is president, to establish the true river frontor harbor line at Kansas City between the States of Kansas and Missouri. Respectfully,

(Unsigned.] Hon. STEPHEN B. ELKINS,

Secretary of War.

(Second indorsement.)

OFFICE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS,

U.S. ARMY,

September 30, 1892. Respectfully referred to Lient. Col. Chas. R. Suter, Corps of Engi. neers, for early report.

To be returned.
By command of Brig. Gen. Casey:

H. M. ADAMS,
Major, Corps of Engineers.

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[Third indorsement.]
MISSOURI RIVER COMMISSION,

St. Louis, Mo., October 12, 1892. Respectfully returned to the Chief of Engineers, U. S. Army, with report of this date.

Cias. R. SUTER,

Lieut. Col. of Engineers, President Missouri Kirer Commission.

(Fourth indorsement.)

OFFICE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS,

U.S. ARMY,

October 15, 1892. Respectfully returned to the Secretary of War with recommendation that the Missouri River Commission be directed to take into consideration and report its recommendations upon the subject of harbor lines at Kansas City, Kans., and Kansas City, Mo.

Thos. LINCOLN CASEY, Brig. Gen., Chief of Engineers.

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