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Shaws Cove, New London Harbor, Conn., Bridgeport Harbor, Conn., New York Har-

bor and its adjacent waters, 461; Savannah River in vicinity of quarantine station

near Fort Pulaski, Savannah, Ga., Allouez Bay, near Superior, Wis., Oconto Har-

bor, Wis., Milwaukee River, Milwaukee, Wis., Black River at Port Huron, Mich.,

St. Marys River at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Detroit, Mich., Oswego, N. Y., ports in

the State of Washington, 462; Columbia River (Youngs Bay) at Flavel, Oregon,

463.

BRIDGING NAVIGABLE WATERS OF THE UNITED STATES.

(1) Bridge of Marietta and North Georgia Railway Company across Tennessee River

at Knoxville, Tenn., 463; (2) bridge of the St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba

Railway Company across Columbia River, Washington, (3) bridge of the Chesa-

peake and Ohio Railroad Company across Big Sandy River at Catlettsburg, Ky., (4)

bridge of the Newport and Cincinnati Bridge Company across Ohio River at Cincin-

nati, (5) bridge of the West Elizabeth Bridge Company across Monongahela River

at Elizabeth, Pa., (6) bridge of the Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad Com-

pany across St. Marys River, Georgia, and Florida, 464; (7) bridge of the Southern

Bridge and Railway Company across Mississippi River above New Orleans, La., (8)

bridge of the Occidental Bridge and Construction Company across Missouri River

at St. Charles, Mo., (9) bridge of the Omaha Bridge and Terminal Railway Com-

pany across Missouri River between Council Blutts, Iowa, and East Omaha, Nebr.,

(10) bridge of the Litchfield, Carollton and Western Railroad Company across

Illinois River at Columbjana,Ill.,(11) bridge of the Homestead and Pittsburgh Bridge

Company across Monongahela River between Pittsburg and Homestead, Pa., (12)

bridge of the Natchitoches Cane River Bridge Company across Cano River at

Natchitoehes, La., (13) trestle and bridges of the Mobile and Danphin Island Rail-

road and Harbor Company from Cedar Point to Dauphin Island, Alabama, across the

shoal water between Mobile Bay and Mississippi Sound, 465; (14) bridge of the

Yonghiogheny Central Railway Company across Youghiogheny River in Fayette

Conuty, Pa., (15) bridge of the State Line Railroad Company across Cheat River

at Point Marion, Pa., (16) bridge of Stanislaus County, Cal., across San Joaquin

River near Grayson, (17) bridge of the Philadelphia Belt Line Railroad Company

across Frankford Creek, Philadelphia, Pa., (18) bridge of the North Galveston,

Houston and Kansas City Railroad Company across Dickinson Bayou, Texas, (19)

bridge of the city of Kewaunee, Wis., across Kewannee River at Park Street, (20)

bridge of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company across Hackensack River, New

Jersey, (21) bridge of the Lake Shore and Michigan Sonthern Railway Company

across Sandusky Bay, Ohio, (22) bridge of the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Rail-

way Company of Texas across White Oak Bayou at Houston, Tex., 466; (23) bridge

of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company across Gauley River, West Virginia,

(24) bridge of San Joaquin County, Cal., across San Joaquin River at Garwood

Ferry crossing, (25) bridge of Glenn County, Cal., across Sacramento River at

But City, (26) bridge of the city of Chicago, Ill., across south branch of Chicago

River at Sonth Halsted Street, (27) bridge of the Wilmington, Columbia and

Augusta Railroad Company across Luinber River, North Carolina, (28) bridges of

the Boston and Maine Railroad Company across Charles River in Boston and Cam-

bridge, Mass., (29) bridge of the city of New York across Harlem ver, New

York, at Broadway crossing, (30) bridge of the Chicago and Northern Pacific

Railroad Company across west fork of south branch of Chicago River, in Chi-

cago, Ill., (31) bridges of the East River Bridge Company across East River, New

York, between New York and Brooklyn, 467; (32) bridge of the Wabash Railroad

Company across Rouge River near Detroit, Mich., (33) bridges of the Florida

Central and Peninsular Railroad Company on the line of its Savannah extension

across Ogeechee, Altamaha, and Satilla rivers, Georgia, (31) bridge of Whatcom

County, Wash., across Nooksack River at Ferndale, (35) bridge of the city of

North Muskegon, Mich., across Muskegon Lake, (36) bridge of the city of Mus-

kegou, Mich., across Muskegon River, 468; (37) bridges of the city of New

York across Harlen River at Third avenue, (38) bridge of San Joaquin County,

Cal., across south fork of Mokelumne River at New Hope Landing, (39) bridge of

the Long Island Railroad Company across Dutch Kills Creek at Long Island City,

N. Y., (40) temporary bridge of the Lynn and Boston Railroad Company across

Mystic River at Boston, Mass., (41) bridge of the city of Milwaukee, Wis., across

Milwaukee River, (42) bridge of the Mount Pleasant and Seaview City Railroad

Çompany across cove at Sullivans Island, Charleston Harbor, South Carolina, (43)

bridge of the Louisville, St. Louis and Texas Railway Company across Salt River

near West Point, Ky., (44) bridge of the Harlem River and Portchester Railroad

Company across Bronx River below West Farms, N. Y., (45) bridge of the

Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Railway Company across St. Johns River

at foot of Lake Monroe, Florida, 469; (46) bridge of the Labadieville Bridge Com-

pany across Bayou Lafourche at Labadieville, La., (47) bridge of the Napoleon-

ville Bridge Stock Company across Bayou Lafourche at Napoleonville, La., (48)

bridge of the Manchester and Augusta Railroad Company across Santee River,

about 17 miles below mouth of Congaree River, Georgia, (49) bridge of Orange

County, Tex., across Cow Bayou, about 6 miles above its confluence with Sabine

River, (50) bridge of the Tarentum Bridge Company across Alleghany River at

New Kensington, Pa., (51) bridge of the city of Boston, Mass., across Fort Point

Channel at Dover street, (52) bridge of the city of Milwaukee, Wis., across North

Menomonee Canal at Sixteenth street, (53) bridge of the city of Milwaukee, Wis.,

across Kinnickinnic River at Clinton street, (54) bridge of Knox County, Tenn.,

across Holston River near Boyds Ferry, near Knoxville, (55) bridge of the Jack-

sonville, Tampa and Key West Railway Company across McGirts Creek, Duval

County, Fla., (56) bridge of the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Railway Com-

pany across Black Creek, Clay County, Fla., 470; (57) bridge of the Jacksonville,

St. Augustine and Indian River Railway Company across St. Lucie River, Florida,

(58) bridge of the Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Indian River Railway Company

across Jupiter River, Florida, (59) bridge of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad

Company across Kentucky River at Frankfort, Ky., (60) bridge of the Chicago

and West Michigan Railway Company across St. Joseph River, Michigan, near its

mouth, 471; (61) bridge of the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad Com-

pany across south branch of Chicago River near Nineteenth street, Chicago, Ill.,

(62) bridge of Cumberland County, Me., across mouth of Fore River, Portland

Harbor, (63) bridge of the Nashville, Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway Company

across Tennessee River at Johnsonville, Tenn., 472: (64) bridge of Mobile County,

Ala., across Three Mile Creek, (65) bridge of the city of Frankfort and county of

Franklin, Ky., across Kentucky River, 473.

BRIDGES OBSTRUCTING NAVIGATION,

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REPORT OF COL. G. H. MENDELL, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.

REPORT OF CAPT. DAN C. KINGMAN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.

REPORT OF LIEUT. COL. HENRY M. ROBERT, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.

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