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IN CHARGE OF MAJ. A. MACKENZIE, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.-

Operating snag-boats and dredge-boats on the Upper Mississippi, 231; Mississippi River

from Minneapolis to Des Moines Rapids, 232; Des Moines Rapids, Mississippi River.

operating and care of Des Moines Rapids Canal, dry-dock at Des Moines Rapids Canal,

233; harbors of refuge on Lake Pepin at Stockholm, Wis., 234; examinations, 234.

IN CHARGE OF MAJ. CHARLES J. ALLEN, CORps of EngineERS—

Mississippi River above the Falls of St. Anthony, Minn., 234; Reservoirs at headwaters

of the Mississippi River, 235; Chippewa River, including Yellow Banks, Wis., 236;

St. Croix River, Wis. and Minn., 237; Minnesota River, Minn., 238; Red River of the

North, Minn. and Dak., 239; surveys for reservoirs at the sources of the Mississippi,

St. Croix, Chippewa, and Wisconsin rivers; Yellowstone River, Mont. and Dak., 240;

examination, 241.

IN CHARGE OF LIEUT. COL. J. W. BARLOW, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-

Tennessee River, 241; French Broad River, Tenn., 243; Hiawassee River, Tenn., Clinch

River, Tenn., 244; Cumberland River, Tenn. and Ky., 245; South Fork of Cumber-

land River, Ky., Caney Fork River, Tenn., 247; examination and survey, 248.

IN CHARGE OF LIEUT. COL. WILLIAM E. MERRILL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-

Ohio River, 248; operating and care of Davis Island Dam, Ohio River, 250; Monongahela

River, W. Va. and Pa., operating and care of lock and dam No. 9, Monongahela River,

Allegheny River, Pa., 251; dam at Herr's Island, Allegheny River, ice-harbor at

mouth of Muskingum River, Ohio, 252; Muskingum River, Ohio, operating and care

of the locks and dams on the Muskingum River, Ohio, 253; examinations, 254.

IN CHARGE OF MAJ. L. COOPER OVERMAN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS—

Monroe Harbor, Mich., Toledo Harbor, Ohio, 320; Port Clinton Harbor, Ohio, San-

dusky City Harbor, Ohio, 322; Sandusky River, Ohio, 323; Huron Harbor, Ohio,

Vermillion Harbor, Ohio, 324; Black River Harbor, Ohio, Cleveland Harbor, Ohio,

325; Fairport Harbor, Ohio, 326; Ashtabula Harbor, Ohio, 327; removing sunken ves-

sels or craft obstructing or endangering navigation, 328; examinations, 328.

IN CHARGE OF CAPT. FREDERICK A. MAHAN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-

Erie Harbor, Pa., 328; preservation and protection of the peninsula of Presqu'ile, Erie

Harbor, Pa., 329; Dunkirk Harbor, N. Y., Buffalo Harbor, N. Y., 330; Tonawanda

Harbor and Niagara River, N. Y., Wilson Harbor, N. Y., 331; Olcott Harbor, N. Y.,

332; Oak Orchard Harbor, N. Y., 333.

IN CHARGE OF CAPT. C. F. PALFREY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS—

Charlotte Harbor, N. Y., 333; Great Sodus Harbor, N. Y., 334; Little Sodus Harbor,

N. Y., Oswego Harbor, N. Y., 335; Sackett's Harbor, N. Y., 336; examinations, 337.

IN CHARGE OF MAJ. MILTON B. ADAMS, CORPS OF ENGINEERS—

Ogdensburgh Harbor, N. Y., Grass River (at Massena), N. Y., 338; Breakwater at

Rouse's Point, Lake Champlain, N. Y., 339; channel between North and South Hero

islands, Lake Champlain, Vt., Breakwater at Gordon's Landing, Lake Champlain,

Vt., 340; Plattsburgh Harbor, N. Y., Burlington Harbor, Vt., 341; Otter Creek, Vt.,

Ticonderoga River, N. Y., 342; Narrows at Lake Champlain, N. Y. and Vt., 343; ex-

aminations and surveys, 343.

EXAMINATIONS, SURVEYS, AND CONTINGENCIES OF RIVERS AND HAR-

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BRIDGING NAVIGABLE WATERS OF THE UNITED STATES.

368

(1) County bridge across Oconee River at or near Dublin, Ga.; (2) bridge of Kansas City

and Memphis Railway and Bridge Company across the Mississippi River at Memphis,

Tenn.; (3) bridge over the Menomonee River by the municipalities of Menomonee,

Mich., and Marinette, Wis.; (4) bridge of the St. Louis Bridge Company over the Mis-

sissippi River at St. Louis, Mo.; (5) bridge of the Yadkin Valley Railway Company

across Cape Fear River at Fayetteville, N. C.; (6) reconstruction of the bridge over

the Ohio River at Steubenville, Ohio, by the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and St. Louis

Railway Company, 369; (7) bridge across Red River of the North at Des Mers avenue,

city of Grand Forks, Dak.; (8) bridge of the Chicago, Kansas City and Texas Railway

Company over the Missouri River at most accessible point between the city of Kansas

and town of Sibley, Mo.; (9) bridge over Snake River near Texas Ferry, Wash., by

the Oregon Railway and Navigation Company; (10) bridge over the Ohio River be-

tween Louisville, Ky., and Jeffersonville, Ind., by the Louisville and Jeffersonville

Bridge Company, 370; (11) reconstruction of portion of bridge by the Pittsburgh and

Lake Erie Railroad Company across the Ohio River at Beaver, Pa.; (12) bridge of the

Louisville Southern Railway Company over the Kentucky River near Tyrone, Ky.;

(13) amended location of the bridge of Wheeling and Harrisburg Railway Company

across Ohio River from Wheeling, W. Va., to Martin's Ferry, Ohio; (14) bridge across

the Red River of the North at Minnesota avenue, city of Grand Forks, Dak., 371;

(15) bridge of the Alabama Midland Railway Company across the Flint River near

Bainbridge, Ga.; (16) bridge of the Alabama Midland Railway Company across the

Chattahoochee River at or near Gordon, Ala.; (17) bridge across the Muskingum

River at Stockport, Ohio, by the commissioners of Morgan County; (18) bridge of the

Fort Smith and Choctaw Bridge Company across Poteau River near Fort Smith, Ark.;

(19) bridge of the Kentucky Union Railway Company over the North Fork of Ken-

tucky River at mouth of Walker's Creek; (20) bridge over the Missouri River between

the city of Leavenworth, Kans., and Platte County, Mo.; (21) bridge of the Ran-

dolph and Kansas City Bridge Company across the Missouri River at a point to be

selected between Kansas City, Mo., and a point 5 miles below, 372.

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