Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 36 Part 1.djvu/698

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674 SIXTY—FIRST CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 382. 1910. Mount Sinai Harbor._ _ Hudson River at Ossming. Milton Harbor and Mill Creek. Larchmont Harbor. _ _ _ _ New York Harbor, with a view to determining whether additional channel width and depth are necessary in the North or Hudson River. New York and Ver— NEW YORK AND VERMONT. mont. _ Narrows of Lake Champlain. mma camum. NORTH canonuu. _ Cape Lookout Harbor, with a view to determining its availability and ada tability as a commercial harbor. _ Core greek, with a view to the improvement of navigation up to Core Creek landing. Scuppernong River to the town of Cherry. Edenton Bay. Harbor of Belhaven, and entrance thereto. · Slades Creek. _ , Channel from Core Sound to Newport River, by way of Taylors Creek or Carrot Island Slough. Elizabeth River. Fishing Creek. _ French Broad River. Shallotte River. ome. 01110. Cuyaho a River, from its mouth to a more southerly connection with the Chic Canal, with a view to eliminating bends and securing a navigable depth of twenty-one feet, with su1table width; with a reporg on any proposition for cooperation by localities affected there . Sandiusky River, from its mouth to Fremont, with a view to secur- ` a navigable depth of ten feet, with suitable width. m§7ermilion Harbor, with a view to securing additional width of harbor entrance. Sandusky Harbor. Ohloand Indiana. OHIO AND INDIANA, Maumee River, from Toledo to Fort Wayne. _ Oregon. OREGON. Coos Bay and entrance, including the removal of Guano Rock. Umpqua River, from Scottsburg to Roseburg. WOr}egon Slough, branch of Columbia River, opposite Vancouver, as mgton. Willamette River, between Portland and Oregon Cit . Tillamook Bay and bar, with a view to securing a channel with a depth of fifteen feet and twenty feet, respectively; with a report on anyl proposition for cooperation by localities affected thereby. i orth Fork of Coquil e River, for a distance of seventeen miles up the stream from the mouth. East Fork of Coquille River, for`a distance of eight miles up the stream from the mouth.