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Monroe Harbor, Mich., 344; Toledo Harbor, Ohio, 345; Port Clinton Harbor, Ohio,
Sandusky City Harbor, Ohio, 346; Sandusky River, Ohio, Huron Harbor, Ohio,
347; Vermillion Harbor, Ohio, 348; Black River Harbor, Ohio, Cleveland Harbor,
Ohio, 349; Fairport Harbor, Ohio, 350; Ashtabula Harbor, Ohio, 351; removing
sunken vessels or craft obstructing or endangering navigation, examinations and
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. E. H. RUFFNER, CORPS OF ENGINEERS—
Erie Harbor, Pa., 352; preservation and protection of peninsula at Presque Isle,
Erie Harbor, Pa., Dunkirk Harbor, N. Y., 353; Buffalo Harbor, N. Y., 354; Tona-
wanda Harbor and Niagara River, N. Y., Wilson Harbor, N. Y., 355; Oleott Harbor,
N. Y., Oak Orchard Harbor, N. Y.,356; examination and survey, 357.
IN THE CHARGE OF CAPT. DAN C. KINGMAN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS—
Charlotte Harbor, N. Y., 357; Pultneyville Harbor, N. Y., harbor at Great Sodus Bay,
N. Y., 358; harbor at Little Sodus Bay, N. Y., 359; Oswego Harbor, N. Y., 360; har-
bor at Sacketts Harbor, N. Y., 361.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. M. B. ADAMS, CORPS OF ENGINEERS—
Shoals between Sister Islands and Crossover Light, St. Lawrence Kiver, N. Y., Og-
densburg Harbor, N. Y., 362; breakwater at Rouse Point, Lake Champlain, N. Y.,
Great Chazy River, N. Y., breakwater at Gordon Landing, Lake Champlain, Vt.,
363; Plattsburg Harbor, N. Y., Burlington Harbor, Vt., 364; Otter Creek, Vt.,
Ticonderoga River, N. Y., Narrows of Lake Champlain, N. Y. and Vt., 365.
IN THE CHARGE OF LIEUT. COL. W. H. H. BENYAURD, CORPS OF Engineers—
Napa River, Cal., Redwood Creek, Cal., 367; San Luis Obispo Harbor, Cal., Wilming
ton Harbor, Cal., 368; San Diego Harbor, Cal., 369; examination, 370.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. W. H. HEUER, CORPS OF ENGINEERS—
San Joaquín River, Cal., 370; Mokelumne River, Cal., Sacramento and Feather
rivers, Cal., 372; Petaluma Creek, Cal., Humboldt Harbor and Bay, Cal., 373.
IN THE CHARGE of Capt. THOMAS W. SYMONS, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Coquille River, Oregon, 375; entrance and harbor at Coos Bay, Oregon, 376; Umpqua
River, Oregon, 377; mouth of Siuslaw River, Oregon, harbor at Yaquina Bay,
Oregon, 378; Tillamook Bay and Bar, Oregon, 379; entrance to Nelialem Bay,
Oregon, Upper Columbia and Snake rivers, Oregon and Wash., 380; Columbia
River, between head of Rock Island Rapids and foot of Priest Rapids, Wash., 381;
Chehalis River, Wash., 382; Skagit, Stillaguamish, Nooksack, Snohomish, and
Snoqualmie rivers, Wash., 383; examinations and surveys, 384.
IN THE CHARGE OF MAJ. THOMAS H. HANDBURY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Mouth of Columbia River, Oregon and Wash., 386; construction of canal at the Cas-
cades, Columbia River, Oregon, 388; Columbia and Lower Willamette rivers below
Portland, Oregon, 389; Williamette River above Portland, Oregon, 391; Cowlitz
River, Wash., 392; Youngs and Klaskuine rivers, Oregon, ganging waters of Co-
lumbia River, Oregon and Wash., examinations and surveys, 393.
Five Mile River Harbor, Conn., New York Harbor and its adjacent waters, Anacostia
River at Washington, D. C., 398; South Branch of Elizabeth River at navy-yard,
Norfolk, Va., San Pedro, Wilmington Harbor, Cal., San Diego Harbor and adjacent
waters, Cal., Olympia Harbor, Vancouver Harbor, and Bellingham Bay, Wash.,
Willamette River at Portland, Oregon, 399,
(1) Bridge of city of Snohomish, Wash., across Snohomish River, (2) bridge of Val-
ley Street Railway Company across Duwamish River, in section 29, township 24
north, range 4 east, Washington, (3) bridge of Cherry Island Marsh Company
across Brandywine Creek at Wilmington, Del., (4) bridge of Clatsop County,
Oregon, across Walluski River, (5) bridges of Snohomish, Skykomish and Spokane
Railway and Transportation Company across Snohomish River, in section 32, town-
ship 29 north, range 5 east, Washington, and across Eboy Slough, in section 4,
township 28 north, range 5 east, Washington, 400; (6) bridge of Litchfield, Car-
rollton and Western Railroad Company across Illinois River between Columbiana
and Kampsville, Ill., (7) bridge of Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway
Company across Tennessee River at Johnsonville, Tenn., (8) bridge of Lewis
County, Washington, across Cowlitz River at Toledo, (9) bridge of Navesink
Railroad Company across Shrewsbury River at Highland Beach, N. J., (10) bridge
of Delaware Railroad Company across Christiana River, Newcastle County, Del.,
401; (11) bridge of Limestone County, Ala., across Elk River at Elk River Mills, (12)
bridge of board of park commissioners of Boston, Mass., across navigable water-
way between Boston and Castle Island, (13) bridge of Oregonian Railroad Com-
pany across Yamhill River, near Lafayette, Oregon, (14) bridge of Ocean Springs
Bridge Company across main channel of Fort Bayou at Ocean Springs, Miss., (15)
bridge of Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway Company across Huron
River at Huron, Ohio, (16) bridge of Milwaukee, Lake Shore and Western Railway
Company across Sheboygan River at Sheboygan, Wis., (17) bridge of city of Al-
bany, Oregon, across Willamette River, 402; (18) bridge of South Twenty-second
Street Bridge Company across Monongahela River at Pittsburg, Pa., (19) bridge
of Superior Belt Line and Terminal Railway Company across St. Louis River, Wis-
consin and Minnesota, (20) bridge of North River Bridge Company across Hudson
River at New York City, (21) bridge of Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Rail-
way Company across Sandusky Bay, Ohio, (22) bridge of Chicago, Milwaukee
and St. Paul Railway Company across Portage Canal near Portage City, Wis.,
(23) bridge of city of Oshkosh, Wis., across Fox River, 403; (24) bridge of city
of Manitowoc, Wis., across Manitowoc River, (25) bridge of Wahkiakum
County, Wash., across Alger Slough, (26) bridge of Milwaukee, Lake Shore
and Western Railway Company across Wolf River at New London, Wis., (27)
bridge of Plymouth and Barnstable counties, Mass, across Cohasset Narrows
between towns of Wareham and Bourne, (28) bridge of Chicago, Milwaukee
and St. Paul Railway Company across Chippewa River near Red Cedar, Wis.,
(29) bridge of Kenton County and Campbell County Bridge Company across
Licking River between Newport and Covington, Ky., (30) bridge of Skagit
County, Wash., across Swinomish Slough, 404; (31) bridge of Washington and
Chesapeake Beach Railway Company across Patuxent River at Mount Calvert, Md.,
(32) bridge of Washington and Arlington Railway Company across Potomac River
at the "Three Sisters" near Washington, D. C., (33) bridge of Leavenworth and
Platte County Bridge Company across Missouri River at Leavenworth, Kans., (34)
bridge of Warren County, Miss., across Big Black River at Baldwin Ferry, (35)
bridge of Sagadahoc County, Me., across Atkins Bay, Kennebec River at Phipps-
burg, (36) bridge of Chehalis County, Wash., across Chehalis River at the Elbow
Rifle, 405; (37) temporary and permanent bridges of New York Central and Hud-
son River Railroad Company across Harlem River at New York City, (38) bridge of
Land and River Improvement Company of Everett across Snohomish River at Ever-
ett, Wash., (39) bridge of city of Chicago, Ill., across West Fork of South Branch
of Chicago River, (40) temporary footbridge of Messrs. Hugh N. Camp and D. E.
Seybel across Harlem River at New York City, (41) temporary bridge of city of
New York across Harlem River, (42) bridge of the Macon. Dublin and Savannah
Railroad Company across Ocmulgee River at Macon, Ga., 406, (43) bridge of town
of Milbridge, Me., across Narraguagus River, (44) bridge of United Railroads of
Washington across South Arm of Willapa River, Wash., (45) bridge of city of
Boston, Mass., across Charles River, (46) bridge of Jacksonville, Tampa and Key
West Railway Company across St. Johns River at Buffalo Bluff, Fla., (47) bridge
of Galveston County, Tex., across West Bay, (48) bridge of Skagit County, Wash.,
across Skagit River at Mount Vernon, (49) bridge of Cincinnati and Covington
Rapid Transit Bridge Company across Ohio River between Covington, Ky., and
Cincinnati, Ohio, (50) bridge of St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Railway
Company across Snohomish River near Snohomish City, Wash., 407; (51) bridge
of Allegheny Bridge Company across Allegheny River at Pittsburg, Pa., (52).
bridge of Whatcom County, Wash., across Nooksack River at Ferndale, (53) bridge
of Whatcom County, Wash., across Nooksack River at Lynden, (54) bridge of Al-
bemarle and Raleigh Railroad Company across Tar River at Tarboro, N. C., (55)
bridge of Kanawha and Michigan Railway Company across Ganley River, Fayette
County, W. Va., (56) bridge of Boston Bridge Company across Youghiogheny
River at Boston, Pa., (57) bridge of Chehalis County, Wash., across South Bay,
Elk River, between Bay City and Laidlaw, 408; (58) bridge of Washington, AI-
exandria and Mount Vernon Electric Railway Company across Hunting Creek at
Alexandria, Va., (59) bridges of Brazoria County, Tex., across Bastrop Bayon
and Chocolate Bayou, (60) bridges of city of Portland, Oregon, across Willamette
River, (61) bridge of Chicago, l'eoria and Saint Louis Railway Company across
Illinois River at Havana, Ill., (62) bridge of Chicago and Northwestern Railway
Company across Fox River and Government Canal at De Pere, Wis., 409; (63)
bridge of Relief Bridge Company across Allegheny River at Oil City, Pa., (64)
bridge of Kewaunee, Green Bay and Western Railroad Company across Kewaunee
River at Kewaunee, Wis., (65) bridge of city of Napa., Cal., across Napa River,
(66) bridge of city of Milwaukee, Wis., across Kinnickinnic River, proposed
bridge of city of Duluth, Minn., across canal at entrance of Duluth Harbor, 410.
BRIDGES OBSTRUCTING NAVIGATION.
(1) County bridge across Kentucky River at Frankfort, Ky., (2) Society Hill and
Marlborough Bridge Company's bridge across Great Pedee River near Society
Hill, S. C., (3) bridge across St. Joseph River, Mich., near its mouth, (4) bridge
across Tulls Creek at Tulls, N. C., (5) highway bridge across Casper River, Ky.,
near its mouth, (6) drawbridge across Newtown Creek at Brooklyn, N. Y., 411;
(7) highway bridge across Chippewa River at Durand, Wis., (8) bridge across
Coopers Creek at Camden, N. J., (9) railroad bridge across Commencement Bay at
Tacoma, Wash., (10) railroad bridge across Buffalo Bayou at Houston, Tex., (11)
highway bridge across Buffalo Bayon at Houston, Tex., 412.
OCCUPANCY OF AND INJURY TO PUBLIC WORKS BY CORPORATIONS AND
PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS AND WASHINGTON MONUMENT, DIS-
TRICT OF COLUMBIA.
IN THE CHARGE OF COL. O. H. ERNST, MAJOR, CORPS OF ENGINEERS. ..... 418
SURVEY OF THE NORTHERN AND NORTHWESTERN LAKES.
Printing and distribution of charts, survey of St. Marys River from White Fish Bay
to Detour light-house, 419; shoals off Pelée Spit light-house and Littles Point,
Lake Erie, Waverly Shoal, Lake Erie, shoals in St. Lawrence River, discharges
of Niagara River, survey of lake front at Chicago, Ill., Black Creek Shoal, Lake
Ontario, 420; estimates, 421; water levels, 422.
RECONNAISSANCES AND EXPLORATIONS.
OFFICERS on duty at headquarters of military departments, operations in Depart-
ment of the Missouri, Department of the Columbia, Department of the Platte,
Department of California, 424.
ESTIMATES FOR AMOUNTS REQUIRED FOR SURVEYS AND RECONNAIS-
SANCES IN MILITARY DEPARTMENTS, AND FOR MAPS, INCLUSIVE OF
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS.
OFFICERS in charge of divisions, 425.
STATEMENT SHOWING RANK AND DUTIES OF OFFICERS OF THE CORPS
OF ENGINEERS DURING THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1892.. 427
REPORT OF CAPT. DAN C. KINGMAN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
PROTECTION of site of Fort Niagara, N. Y., 453.
REPORT OF COL. D. C. HOUSTON, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.-Sea wall and embankment at Davids Island, New York Harbor,
457; sea walls on Governors Island, New York Harbor, 461.
REPORT OF MAJ. CHAS. E. L. B. DAVIS, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.-Beach protection at Fort Monroe, Va., 465; water supply at Fort
Monroe, Va., 467; sewerage system at Fort Monroe, Va., 468.
REPORT OF MAJ. J. C. MÅLLERY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
REPAIR and preservation of Fort Marion, St. Augustine, Fla., 471.
REPORT OF LIEUT. COL. W. R. KING, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
POST of Willets Point, N. Y., 473; United States Engineer School, 474; Battalion of
Engineers, 475; Engineer depot, 479; experiments, 481; statement of funds, 481;
new appropriations, 483; estimates, 481. Appendixes: A, programme of study and
instruction for winter season, 484; B, instruction of enlisted men in mechanical
trades, 487; C, programme of study and instruction for summer season, 487; D,
tests of stone, 490; E, tests of wire rope, 191.
REPORT OF LIEUT. COL. PETER C. HAINS, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.-St. Croix, River, Me., 494; Lubec Channel, Mc., 495; Moosabec Bar,
Me., 496; Pleasant River, Me., 498; Narragnagus River, Me., 498; breakwater from
Mount Desert to Porcupine Island, Me., 500; Bagaduce River, Me., 502; Penob-
scot River, Me., 504; Belfast Harbor, Me., 507; Camden Harbor, Me., 509; Rock-
port Harbor, Me., 510; Rockland Harbor, Me., 511; Kennebec River, Me., 513;
Harraseeket River, Me., 516; Portland Harbor, Me., 517; channel in Back Cove,
Portland, Me., 520; Saco River, Me., 521; Kennebunk River, Me., 524; York Har-
bor, Mc., 526; Portsmouth Harbor, N. H., 527; Bellamy River, N. H., 528; Cochero
River, N. H., 529; harbor of refuge at Little Harbor, N. H., 531; removing
sunken vessels or craft obstructing or endangering navigation, 533.
EXAMINATIONS AND SURVEYS.-Penobscot River, Me., 533; Kennebec River, Me.,
from Waterville to steamboat wharf at Augusta, 541.
REPORT OF LIEUT. COL. S. M. MANSFIELD, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.-Newburyport Harbor, Mass., 551; Merrimac River, Mass., 554;
Powow River, Mass., 556; Ipswich River, Mass., 557; harbor of refuge, Sandy Bay,
Cape Ann, Mass., 558; Gloucester Harbor, Mass., 566; Manchester Harbor, Mass.,
569; Salem Harbor, Mass., 570; Lynn Harbor, Mass., 572; Winthrop Harbor, Mass.,
574; Boston Harbor, Mass, 575; Weymouth River, Mass., 584; Hingham Harbor,
Mass., 585; Scituate Harbor, Mass., 586; Plymouth Harbor, Mass., 588; Wellfleet
Harbor, Mass., 591; Provincetown Harbor, Mass., 593; Chatham Harbor, Mass.,
REPORT OF CAPT. W. H. BIXBY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.-Harbor of refuge at Hyannis, Mass., 598; harbor of refuge at
Nantucket, Mass., 600; Marthas Vineyard, inner harbor at Edgartown, Mass., 602;
Vineyard Haven Harbor, Mass., 604; Wareham Harbor, Mass., 607; New Bedford
Harbor, Mass., 609; Westport Harbor, Mass., 642; Taunton River, Mass., 613; Paw-
tucket River, R. I., 616; Providence River and Narragansett Bay, R. I., 618; re-
moval of Green Jacket Shoal, Providence River, R. I., 621; Greenwich Bay, R. I.,
623; cove and water way near Coaster Harbor Island, R. I., 624; Newport Har-
bor, R. I., 625; harbor of refuge at Point Judith, R. I., 628; harbor of refuge at
Block Island, R. I., 630; Pawcatuck River, R. I. and Conn., 633; harbor of refuge
at Stonington, Conn., 635; removing sunken vessels or craft obstructing or en-
dangering navigation, 637.
EXAMINATIONS AND SURVEYS.-Menemsha Bight, Mass., 612; Canapitsit Channel,
Mass., between the islands of Cuttyhunk and Nashawena, 645.
REPORT OP COL. D. C. HOUSTON, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.-Mystic River, Conn., 650: Thames River, Conn., 652; Connecti-
cut River, Mass. and Conn., 656; harbor of refuge at Duck Island Harbor, Conn., 664;
Clinton Harbor, Conn., 667; New Haven Harbor, Conn., 668; breakwaters at New
Haven, Conn., 673; Milford Harbor, Coun., 677; Housatonic River, Conn., 680;
Bridgeport Harbor, Conn., 685; Black Rock Harbor, Conn., 689; Norwalk Harbor,
Conn., 692; harbor at Wilsons Point, Conn., 695; Five-Mile River Harbor, Conn.,
697; Stamford Harbor, Conn., 699; Port Chester Harbor, N. Y., 702; Larchmont
Harbor, N. Y., 704; Echo Harbor, New Rochelle, N. Y., 706; East Chester Creek, N.
Y., 708; Greenport Harbor, N. Y., 711; Port Jefferson Harbor, N. Y., 713; Huntington
Harbor, N. Y., 717; Glen Cove Harbor, N. Y., 720; Flushing Bay, N. Y., 722; Patchogue
River, N. Y., 724; Browns Creek, Sayville, N. Y., 727.
HARBOR, LINES.-Five-Mile River Harbor, Conn., 730.