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act approved July adopted Amount appropriated Amount available Amount estimated amount expended Appendix appropriated by act approved July 13 August available for fiscal balance available balance unexpended Board boats breakwater Bridge built canal channel charge close commenced completion of existing compliance with requirements construction continued contract Corps of Engineers Creek cubic yards depth dike distance dredging ending June 30 entrance estimated cost existing project expended during fiscal expenditures feet at mean feet deep feet long feet wide fiscal year ending harbor acts head improvement increased Island jetty Lake land Ledge length lock logs March mean low water miles mouth navigation obstructions officers operations original outstanding liabilities places Point present proposed removal repairs required for completion requirements of sections resulted river and harbor rock shoals side snags stone Submitted in compliance survey tons trees vessels wall width
Page 738 - ... of the channel of any navigable water of the United States, unless the work has been recommended by the Chief of Engineers and authorized by the Secretary of War...
Page 99 - The originally adopted project (1879) was to deepen the entrance by means of converging jetties, and to improve the interior channel by longitudinal dikes, so placed as in some instances to form tidal reservoirs for the scour of the channel. The project was revised in 1881, and provides for excavating a channel at the outlet 100 feet wide and 6 feet deep at mean low water, to connect the bay with Dead Horse Inlet, and to dredge the interior channel...
Page 572 - White and Lobster Rocks, and connects about 3,000 feet northward with the Black Rock Channel, which is the most eastern, near Nahant Beach. The project for improvement was adopted in 1884. It provides for the excavation of a channel 200 feet wide and 10 feet deep at mean low water, from a point near and east of the White Rocks, to deep water opposite Little Nahaut, a distance of 3,610 feet.
Page 567 - Ledge had been reduced from 11 to 14 feet mean low water; no work had been done on the breakwater. Two channels had been dredged in Harbor Cove, approximately parallel to the heads of the wharves; the east channel was 550 feet long, the west 1,000 feet long; both were...
Page 566 - England fishing vessels. It is situated at the southeastern extremity of Cape Ann, 20 miles northeast from Boston. It is easily entered when the dangerous storms of this c.oast occur, and provides a secure, ample shelter for all classes of vessels, except from south winds, and from these a moderate extent of protected anchorage is afforded in the inner harbor. It contains in the outer roadstead, the inner harbor, and in the...
Page 332 - Huron had been barely completed when the demands of commerce so enormously increased that the work of obtaining a depth of 20 feet throughout was undertaken, with the full sanction of both legislative and executive authority. A necessary part of the project is the construction of a new lock upon the site of the old State locks, to have a length of 800 feet between gates, a width of 100 feet throughout, a depth of 21 feet on the miter-sills, and a single lift approximating 18 feet. The canal is to...
Page 670 - NEW HAVEN HARBOR, CONNECTICUT. New Haven Harbor is a bay on the north shore of Long Island Sound, extending about 4 miles inland, and from 1 to 2 miles wide. The Mill and Quinnipiac rivers...
Page 25 - September 19, 1890, appropriated $3,500 for completing the improvement. The project was to mark the rocks by a beacon and the shoal by a spindle, the remainder of the appropriation to be expended in removing bowlders from the channel above Addison 'Point, the work to be done by hired labor and purchase of materials in open market. The work was commenced in June, 1891, and completed during the, following August. A stone .beacon was built on u Channel Itocks " and an iron spindle was established on...
Page 790 - ... said bonds shall be deposited in the treasury of the said city, and shall be drawn and paid by the comptroller of the said city for the several objects and purposes provided in this act, upon vouchers in a form to be prescribed by the said comptroller.