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12 feet act approved August act of August Amount appropriated amount available Amount estimated amount expended Appendix appropriated by act breakwater bridge Buttermilk Channel Chief of Engineers commerce completion of existing compliance with requirements Congress construction contract Creek cubic yards dams Delaware River dike dredging dredging a channel ending June 30 Engineer Officers entrance estimated cost exclusive of liabilities existing project expended during fiscal expended in fiscal expended to June feet at mean feet deep fiscal year ending harbor acts harbor of refuge Island jetty last fiscal liabilities outstanding July Long Island Sound low-water mean low water miles Money statement mouth navigation obstructions piers Point port preliminary examination present project profitably expended proposed removal repairs required for completion requirements of sections riprap river and harbor Secretary of War shoals snags Submitted in compliance survey tons vessels Vineyard Haven width Willets Point York
Page 690 - I have compared the preceding with the original law on file in this office, and do hereby certify that the same is a correct transcript therefrom, and of the whole of said original law.
Page 396 - That any bridge constructed under this act, and according to its limitations, shall be a lawful structure, and shall be recognized and known as a post-route, upon which, also, no higher charge shall be made for the transmission over the same of the mails, the troops, and the munitions of war of the United States than the rate per mile paid for the transportation over the railroads or public highways leading to said bridge...
Page 413 - That any bridge constructed under this Act and according to its limitations shall be a lawful structure, and shall be recognized and known as a post route, upon which also no higher charge shall be made for the transmission over the same of the mails, the troops, and the munitions of war of the United States, than the rate per mile paid for their transportation over the railroads or public highways leading to said bridge; and the United States shall have the right of way for postal telegraph purposes...
Page 414 - ... security of navigation of said river as the Secretary of War shall prescribe; and, to secure that object, the said company or corporation shall submit to the Secretary of War, for his examination and approval, a design and drawings of the bridge, and a map of the location, giving, for the...
Page 391 - Secretary of abull be built and located under and subject to such regulations for the ^'^3t"t"P1Jrove security of navigation of said river as the Secretary of War shall prescribe; and to secure that object the said county shall submit to the Secretary of War, for his examination and approval, a design and drawings of the bridge, and a map of the location, giving, for the space of one mile above and one mile below the proposed location, the topography of the banks of the river, the shore-lines at...
Page 414 - That all railroad companies desiring the use of said bridge shall have and be entitled to equal rights and privileges relative to the passage of railway trains over the same, and over the approaches thereto, upon payment of a reasonable compensation for such use ; and in case the owner or owners of said bridge...
Page 387 - ... shall conform in using said bridge, all matters at issue between them shall be decided by the Secretary of War, upon a hearing of the allegations and proofs of the parties...
Page 687 - ... in proportion as nearly as may be to the advantage which each shall be deemed to acquire...
Page 395 - ... at all stages, and the soundings, accurately showing the bed of the stream, the location of any other bridge or bridges, and shall furnish such other information as may be required for a full and satisfactory understanding of the subject...
Page 414 - ... no higher charge shall be made for the transmission over the same of the mails, the troops, and the munitions of war of the United States, or passengers or freight passing over the said bridge, than the rate per mile paid for the transportation over the railroad or public highways leading to the said bridge...