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IN CHARGE OF CAPT. W. L. FISK, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
functe River and Bogue Falia, La., Tickfaw River, La., 167; Amite River, La., Bayou
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. 0. H. ERNST, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
IN CHARGE OF CAPT. J. H. WILLARD, CORPS OF ENGINEERS—
177 ; Ouachita and Black Rivers, Ark. and La., Ouachita River, Ark. above Cam-
IN CHARGE OF CAPT. H. S. TABOR, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
tions in Arkansas River, Ark., 185 ; Arkansas River, Ark. and Kans., 186; Petit
Mo. from Hornersville to its junction with the St. Francis River, 191.
ing obstrnctions Missouri River, Mississippi River between the Ohio and Illinois
IN CHARGE OF Capt. E. H. RUFFNER, CORPS OF ENGINEERS,
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. A. MACKENZIE, CORPS OF ENGINEERS—
River from Minneapolis to Des Moines Rapids, 197 ; Des Moines Rapids (Mississippi
harbors of refuge on Lako Pepin at Stockholm, Wis., 200.
on the Mississippi River at Meeker's Island, Minn., Mississippi River above the Falls
Mont. and Dak., 206; examinations and surveys, 206.
Tenn., Hiawassee River, Tenn., Clinch River, Tenn., 209; Duck River, Tenn.,
IN CHARGE OF LIEUT. COL. WILLIAM E. MERRILL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Ohio River, 213; operating and caro of Davis Island Dam Ohio River, 314; Mo-
nonga hela River, W. Va. and Pa., operating and care of lock and dam No. 9,
Monongahela River, 215; Allegheney River, Pa., dam at Herr's Island Allo-
gheney River, ice-harbor at mouth of Muskingum River, Ohio, 216; Muskingum
River, Ohio, operating and care of the locks and dams on the Muskingum River,
Ohio, 217; examinations and surveys, 218.
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. AMoS STICKNEY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
erating and care of the Louisville and Portland Canal, 219; Wabash River, Ind.
and Ill., 220; White River, Ind., Tradewater River, Ky., 221.
IN CHARGE OF COL. WILLIAM P. CRAIGHILL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS,
Great Kanawha River, W. Va., 222; operating and care of locks and dams on the
Great Kanawha River, W. Va., harbor of refuge at mouth of Great Kanawha River,
W. Va., 223; Elk River, W. Va., Ganley River, W. Va., 2:24; New River, Va. and W.
IN CHARGE OF CAPT. D. W. LOCKWOOD, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Kentucky River, Ky., Licking River, Ky. from Farmer's to West Liberty, Big
River, W. Va., 228; Buckhannon River, W. Va., 229; examinations and surveys, 229.
230; harbor at Ayate Bay, Minn., 231; harbor at Grand Marais, Minn., 232.
lishment and maintenance of harbor-lines in Portage Lake, Mich., Marquette Har-
Sheboygan Harbor, Wis., 241; Port Washington Harbor, Wis., 242.
Harbor, Wis., Kenosha Harbor, Wis., 244; Waukegan Harbor, Ill., Fox and Wis-
River, II., 249; Calumet River, Ill. and Ind., 230.
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. S. M. MANSFIELD, CORPS OF ENGINEERS,
Charlevoix Harbor and entrance to Pine Lake, Mich., 251; Frankford Harbor, Mich.,
252; harbor of refuge at Portage Lake, Mich., Manistee Harbor, Mich., Ludington
Harbor, Mich., 253; Pentwater Harbor, Mich., White River Harbor, Mich., 254;
Muskegon Harbor, Mich., Grand Haven Harbor, Mich., 255; Black Lake Harbor,
Mich., Saugatuck Harbor, Mich., 256; South Haven Harbor, Mich., Saint Joseph
Harbor, Mich., 257 ; Saint Joseph River, Mich. from its inouth to Berrien Springs,
Michigan City Harbor, Ind., 258.
IN CHARGE OF LIEUT. COL. O. M. POE, CORPS OF ENGINEERS--
Falls Canal, Mich., dry-dock at St. Mary's Falls Canal, Mich., 260 ; Hay Lake
IN CHARGE OF Maj. L. COOPER OVERMAN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS,
Monroe Harbor, Mich., 268; Toledo Harbor, Ohio, 269; Port Clinton Harbor, Ohio,
270; Sandusky City Harbor, Ohio, Sandusky River, Ohio, 271; Huron Harbor, Ohio,
Vermillion Harbor, Ohio, 272; Black River Harbor, Ohio, Rocky River, Obio, 273;
Cleveland Harbor, Ohio, 274; Fairport Harbor, Ohio, 273; Ashtabula Harbor, Ohio,
IN CHARGE OF CAPT. F. A. MAHAN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Erie Harbor, Penn., 277; preservation and protection of the Peninsula of Presque
Isle (Erie Harbor) Penn., Dunkirk Harbor, N. Y., 278; Buffalo Harbor, N. Y., Tona-
wanda Harbor and Niagara River, N. Y., 279; Wilson Harbor, N. Y., Olcott Har-
bor, N. Y., 230; Oak Orchard Harbor, N. Y., 281; examination and survey, 282.
IN CHARGE OF Capt. CARL F. PALFREY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Charlotte Harbor, N. Y., Great Sodus Harbor, N. Y., 282; Little Sodus Harbor, N.Y.,
283; Oswego Harbor, N. Y., 284; Sackett's Harbor, N. Y., 265.
IN CHARGE or Maj. M. B. Adams, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Ogdensburgh Harbor, N. Y., 285; Grass River (at Massena), N. Y., breakwater at
Rouse's Point, Lake Champlain, N. Y., 286; Swanton Harbor, Vt., channel between
the islands of North Hero and South Hero (Lake Champlain) Vt., breakwater at
Gordon's Landing (Lake Champlain) Vt., 287 ; Plattsburgh Harbor, N. Y., Burling-
ton Harbor, Vt., 238; Otter Creek, Vt., Ticonderoga River, N. Y., narrows at Lake
IN CHARGE OF COL. G. H. MENDELL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Napa River, Cal., Oakland Harbor, Cal., 290; Redwood Harbor, Cai., survey of
San Francisco Harbor, San Pablo and Suisun baye, Straits of Carquinez, and
mouths of Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers, Cal., 291.
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. W. H. H. BENYAURD, CORPS OF ENGINEERS—
Harbor at San Lins Obispo, Cal., Wilmington Harbor, Cal., 292; San Diego Harbor,
Cal., surveys of San Diego Harbor, Newport Harbor, and San Lius Obispo Har-
bor, Cal., 293; examination and surveys, 293.
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. WILLIAM H. HEUER, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
San Joaqnin River, Stockton and Mormon Slouglis, Cal., 293 ; Mokelumue River,
Cal., 294; Sacramento and Feather rivers, Cal., Petaluma Creek, Cal., 295; Hum-
boldt Harbor and Bay, Cal., 296.
IN CHARGE OF Capt. WILLARD YOUNG, CORPS OF ENGINEERS,
Coquille River, Oregon, 296; entrance to Coos Bay, Oregon, 297 ; Umpqua River,
Oregon, 298; entrance to Yaquina Bay, Oregon, 299; Tillamook Bay and Bar, Ore-
gon, 300; examination and survey, 300.
IN CHARGE OF Maj. Tuomas H. HANDBURY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
cades (Columbia River) Oregon, 301; Chehalis River, Wash., 302; Skagit Steila-
the Columbia River, Oregon, 303; examinations and surveys, 304.
mette River, Oregon, Upper Colnınbia and Snake Rivers, Oregon and Wash., 305;
Report of the Board of Engineers relative to the construction of certain brides across
the Missouri, Mississippi, and Illinois rivers, 307; bridge across Staten Island Sound,
known as Arthur Kill; report of Board of Engineers on Senate Bill No. 1850, Fiftieth
Congress, first session, to authorize the construction of a bridge across the waters of
Arthur Kill at or near the town of Westfield, Staten Island; highway bridge across
that part of the waters of Lake Champlain lying between the towns of North Hero
and Alburgh, Vt.; bridge of the Kansas City, Topeka and Western Railroad Company
across Missouri River at Sibley, Mo.; bridge of the Chicago, Saint Louis and New
Orleans Railroad Company across the Ohio River at East Cairo, Ky. ; free wagon
bridge across the Cumberland River near the city of Nashville, Tenn.; bridge of
the Ohio River Railroad Company across Great Kanawha River near Point Pleasant,
W. Va.; bridge across the west channel of the Detroit River, to connect Belle Isle
Park with the mainland; international bridge of the Sault Sainte Marie Bridge
Company across Sainte Marie River; bridge of the Nebraska Railway Company
across Missouri River at Nebraska City, 308; combined railway and wagon bridge
of the Omaha and Council Bluffs Railway and Bridge Company across Missouri
River between Omaha, Nebr., and Council Bluffs, Iowa; bridge of the New York
and Long Island Bridge Company across the East River between the city of New
York and Long Island; bridge of the Ohio Valley Railway Company across the
Tradewater River, Ky. ; bridge of the Sioux City Bridge Company across the Mis-
souri River at Sioux City, Iowa; highway bridge of the Central Railway and Bridge
Company of Newport, Ky., across the Ohio River, between Cincinnati, Ohio, and
Newport, Ky:; bridges of the Georgia Pacific Railroad Company across the Sun-
flower and Yazoo rivers; high bridge across the Mississippi River at Dubuque,
Iowa; bridge of the Ohio Connecting Railway Company across the Ohio River,
near the mouth of Cork's Run, in Allegheny County, Pa.; bridge of the Georgia
Pacific Railway Company across the Toinbigbee River at Waverly, Miss.; bridge
of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad Company across the Tennessee River at
Chattanooga, Tenn. ; bridge of the Kansas City and Memphis Railway and Bridge
Company across the Mississippi River at Memphis, Tenn., 309.
INTERFERENCES WITH NAVIGATION BY BRIDGES, CAUSEWAYS, AND
IN CHARGE OF MAJ. G. J. LYDECKER, CORPS OF ENGINEERS-
Washington Aqueduct, increasing the water supply of the city of Washington, D.
C., 310; erection of fish-ways at the Great Falls of the Potomac, 312.
IN CHARGE OF Col. Johx M. Wilson, U. S. A.-
Improvement and care of public buildings and grounds in the District of Columbia,
312; underground telegraph and telephone lines, Washington Monument, 313.
CONSTRUCTION AND IMPROVEMENT OF ROADS AND BRIDGES IN THE
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK.....
RECONNAISSANCES AND EXPLORATIONS.
Officers on duty in military divisions and departments, 316, 317; operations in Divis-
ion of the Missouri, Department of the Columbia, Division of the Pacific, and De-
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS.
Officers in charge of divisions ...
STATEMENT SHOWING RANK AND DUTIES OF OFFICERS ...... 320
APPENDIX No. 1.
REPORT OF MAJ. WILLIAM R. KING, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
Post of Willets Point, N. Y., 345; Engineer School of Application, 347; Battalion
of Engineers, 349; Recruiting, 350; Experiments, 351; Engineer Depot, Public
RIVERS AND HARBORS, ETC.
REPORT OF LIEUT. COL. JARED A. SMITH, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.-Lubec Channel, Me., 374 ; Moose-a-bec Bar, Me., 376: Narraguagus
River, Me., 378; Bangor Harbor and Penobscot River, Me., 379; Belfast Harbor,
of Penobscot and Brooksville, 398; Camden Harbor, Me., 403 ; Rockport Harbor,
REPORT OF LIEUT. COL. GEORGE L. GILLESPIE, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
wich River, Mass., 438; harbor of refuge, Sandy Bay, Cape Ann, Mass., 439; Glou-
458; Plymouth Harbor, Mass., 459; Provincetown Harbor, Mass., 462.
Mass., 468; Duxbury Harbor, Mass., 472; Wellfleet Harbor, Mass., 476.
REPORT OF MAJ. WILLIAM R. LIVERMORE, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
Nantucket, Mass., 486; Wood's Holl Harbor, Mass., 488; Wareham Harbor, Mass.,
refuge at Stonington, Conn., 511.