REPORT OF MAJOR THOS. H. HANDBURY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.-Mouth of Columbia River, Oregon and Wash., 3188; Columbia
River between Vancouver, Wash., and mouth of Willamette River, 3503; canal at
the Cascades, Columbia River, Oregon, 3306; Columbia and lower Willametie
rivers below Portland, Oregon, 3515;
Willamette River above Portland and Yam-
hill River, Oregon, 3522; Cowlitz River, Wash., 3526; Youngs and Klasquine
rivers, Oregon, 3527; gauging waters of Columbia River, Oregon and Wash., 3528.
EXAMINATIONS.-Willamette River above Oregon City, Oregon, 3529; Yamhill
River from mouth to MeMinnville, Oregon, 3531; Lewis River, Wash., froin its
mouth to Speliah Creek, 3533.
HARBOR LINES.-Columbia River at Flavel, Oregon, 3537.
REPORT OF CAPT. FREDERICK RODGERS, UNITED STATES NAVY.
SUPERVISION of the harbor of New York, 3341.
REPORT OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER COMMISSION.
C. B. COMSTOCK, Colonel, Corps of Engineers, Bvt. Brig. Gen., U. S. A., President;
CHARLES R. SUTER, Lieutenant-Colonel, Corps of Engineers. U. S. A.; 0. H.
ERNST, Major, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A.; HENRY L. WHITING, Assistant U. S.
Coast and Geodetic Survey; B. M. HARROD, ROBERT S. TAYLOR, and HENRY FLAD,
ANNUAL REPORT For FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1893, 3515.
APPENDIX 1.—Note of Col. C. B. Comstock, Corps of Engineers, on “change of plane”
at Red River Landing, 3561.
APPENDIX 2.-Report of Committee on Dredges, 3570.
APPENDIX 3.-Report of Capt. Carl F. Palfrey, Corps of Engineers, Secretary Mis-
sissippi River Commission, 3573; (A) report of Assistant Engineer Chas. W. Stewart
on secondary triangulation from Port Louisa, Iowa, to near mouth of Galena River,
III., 3589; (B) report of Assistant Engineer A. T. Morrow, in charge of topograph-
ical party for season of 1892, 3600; (C) report of Assistant Engineer A. T. Morrow
on tertiary triangulation and stone lines from Donaldsonville to Head of Passes,
and precise levels from New Orleans to Head of Passes, 3603; (D) roport of Assis-
tant Engineer James A. Paige on precise levels from New Orleans to Head of
Passes, 3620; (E) report of Assistant Engineer J. A. Ockerson on inspection of
gauges, 3654; (F) highest and lowest gauge readings on Mississippi River and its
tributaries and on Atchafalaya River, 1892, 3661; (G) highest and lowest and mean
highest and mean lowest stages of Mississippi River from Cairo to Head of Passes,
1872–1892, etc., 3662; (H) mean number of days during which the Mississippi River,
from Cairo to Head of Passes, was between certain indicated heights, 1872–1892,
etc.; (I) discharge measurements on Mississippi River and its tributaries and on
Atchafalaya River, 1892, etc., 3663; (K) report of Capt. Carl F. Palfrey, Corps of
Engineers, on study of some early maps of Mississippi River, etc., 3703; (L) com-
mercial statistics, 1892, 3708.
APPENDIX 4.-Report of Capt. S. W. Roessler, Corps of Engineers, on operations in
first and second districts, 3713; (A) report of Assistant Engineer W. M. Rees on
improvement at Hopefield Bend, 3726; (B) report of Assistant Engineer Aug. J,
Nolty of operations at Plum Point Reach, 3731; (C) report of Assistant Engineer
C. W. Sturtevant on repairs to plant, 3743.
APPENDIX 5.-Report of Capt. C. McD Townsend, Corps of Engineers, on operations
in the third district, 3752; (A) report of Assistant Engineer Arthur Hider on work
at Greenville Harbor, Ashbrook Neck, and Louisiana Bend, 3769; (B) report of
Assistant Engineer H. St. L. Coppée on work at Vicksburg Harbor, 3781; (C)
report of Capt. C. McD Townsend, Corps of Engineers, on comparison of low-water
Boundings taken through Lake Providence Reach, 1882–1891, 3786; (D) cost of
United States levees in Mississippi, Arkansas, and Louisiana, 1882–1893, 3806; (E)
statement of Assistant Engineer Arthur Hider of repairs to plant, 3807.
APPENDIX 6.-Report of Capt. John Millis, Corps of Engineers, on operations in the
fourth district, 3816.