Connecticut River Between Hartford, Conn., and Holyoke, Mass

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Page 92 - WHEREAS, there is now pending in the Congress of the United States...
Page 36 - Colony system of the New York, New Haven & Hartford, and the Boston & Maine railway systems, each of which controls several minor roads once independent.
Page 51 - JJ MANSFIELD, Chairman, Committee on Rivers and Harbors, House of Representatives, Washington, DC MY DEAR MR.
Page 88 - You are informed that an unfavorable review report on survey thereof authorized by a resolution adopted August 23, 1935, by the Committee on Rivers and Harbors, House of Representatives, has been made by the division engineer. The extension of navigation on the Connecticut River above Hartford in accordance with the existing project lacks economic justification at this time. No modification of the existing project is recommended. Greater Federal participation in the total cost of the project by the...
Page 7 - ... color, I present this bottle marked "Exhibit E." I conclude that it is not possible to make yellow-colored margarine from either of the two most readily available oils, soybean and cottonseed, without the addition of artificial color. The CHAIRMAN. Are there any questions? Mr.
Page 88 - F", at the top of the page. Now, I am going to substitute the figures as we find them for those that are set up here. It will be seen that we get a total annual cost of $907,700, and we get total annual...
Page 2 - Fla., to provide a channel 12 feet deep and 100 feet wide from...
Page 89 - ... peaks of the New England load can be carried by existing hydroelectric plants which have surplus capacity, a profitable power development at Enfield Rapids seems improbable under existing conditions or the near future." Also, the division engineer's report released June 1, 1938, only 9 months ago, stated that there is no present market for power, and that the cost of base power generated at Enfield Dam would be in excess of present costs. Now let us get down to the summary of these benefits,...
Page 89 - Under the circumstances I do not see how there can be any saving to the public and the entire saving of $318,700 in the report should be eliminated.

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