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1951 페이지 - That no survey shall be made of any harbors or rivers until the Chief of Engineers shall have directed a preliminary examination of the same by the local engineer in charge of the district, or an engineer detailed for the purpose; and such local or detailed engineer shall report to said Chief of Engineers, whether, in his opinion, said harbor or river is worthy of improvement, and shall state in such report fully and particularly the facts and reasons on which he bases such opinion, including the...
1916 페이지 - Federal laws for the protection and preservation of the navigable waters of the United States...
1984 페이지 - ... be recommended by the Chief of Engineers and approved by the Secretary of War.
1902 페이지 - And the secretary of war is hereby directed to report to congress, at its next session, or sooner, if practicable, the condition of said canal, and the provisions necessary to relieve the same from...
1923 페이지 - That the piers of the high span and the piers of the draw shall be built parallel with the current at that stage of the river which is most important for navigation; and that no rip-raps or other outside protection for imperfect foundation will be permitted in the channel-way of the high span, or of the draw openings.
2244 페이지 - Tnat the Secretary of War is hereby directed, at his discretion, to cause examinations or surveys, or both, to be made, and the cost of improvement to be estimated at the following localities, to wit: In the States of — ARKANSAS.
1733 페이지 - AT MEEKER'S ISLAND, MINNESOTA. The project for this work is given in the Report of the Chief of Engineers for the fiscal year ending June 30. 1874, and...
1901 페이지 - ... an imprisonment not exceeding six months, or both, or either, at the discretion of the court, said offense to be prosecuted in any court of competent jurisdiction.
1702 페이지 - ... barge, raft, or other floating craft shall tie up or in any way obstruct the canal or its approaches or delay entering or leaving the locks except by permission from proper authority. Boats wishing to tie up for some hours or days in the canal must notify the officer in charge, through the lock tender, and proper orders in the case will be given.