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Page 5, strike out lines 16 to 25, inclusive, and insert in lieu thereof the following language:

The Secretary of War is authorized and empowered to accept from the State of New York the State-owned canals, known as the Erie and Oswego Canals, and to operate and maintain them at their present depth, at an annual estimated cost of $2,500,000, as barge canals only, and not as, or with any intention to make them ship canals, or to hinder or delay the improvement of the St. Lawrence waterway as the seaway from the Great Lakes to the ocean: Provided, That such transfer shall be made without cost to the United States, and without liability for damage claims arising out of said canals prior to their acquisition by the United States, and shall include all land, easements, and completed or uncompleted structures and appurtenances of the said waterways and their service: And provided further, That no project for the widening or deepening of these canals or for the elevation of bridges in connection therewith shall proceed without subsequent authorization of Congress.

Page 10, after line 16, insert the following:

Claiborne Channel, Maryland: The existing project is hereby modified so as to provide for a channel fourteen feet deep from the vicinity of the harbor wharves to deep water in Eastern Bay with widths of one hundred feet for a distance of eighteen hundred feet to the bend opposite the existing Black Beacon, thence widening in a distance of two hundred and sixty feet to one hundred and fifty feet to fourteen feet depth in Eastern Bay, with necessary widening at the bends at an estimated cost of $12,125, with $3,000 per year for maintenance.

Page 12, line 13, beginning with the word "conditioned ", strike out the remainder of that paragraph.

Page 12, line 21, after the word “improvement”, strike out the remainder of that paragraph.

Page 13, after line 13, insert the following: Cape Fear River, at and below Wilmington, North Carolina, and between Wilmington and Navassa, North Carolina, in accordance with the report of the Chief of Engineers submitted in House Rivers and Harbors Committee Document Numbered 39, Seventy-first Congress, second session.

Page 15, strike out lines 11 to 14, inclusive, and insert in lieu thereof the following language:

Far Creek, North Carolina, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered 112, Seventy-first Congress, first session, but subject only to the condition that local interests shall furnish all necessary rights of way and areas for the disposal of dredged material.

Page 17, line 16, after the word “modified”, insert the following language: in accordance with the report submitted in Senate Document Numbered 132, Seventy-first Congress, second session.

Page 17, line 21, strike out "$394,000” and insert in lieu thereof “$1,210,000".

Page 18, after line 14, insert the following:

Intracoastal Waterway from Jacksonville, Florida, to Miami, Florida: The existing project is hereby modified in accordance with the report submitted in Senate Document Numbered 71, Seventy-first Congress, second session, and subject to the conditions set forth in said document.

Page 18, strike out lines 20 to 25, inclusive, and insert in lieu theref:

Miami Harbor, Florida: The existing project is hereby modified in accordance with the report submitted in House Rivers and Harbors Committee Document Numbered 15, Seventy-first Congress, second session. The sum of $200,000 is hereby authorized to be expended for the prosecution of the works herein adopted.

Page 20, line 6, strike out the figures "$4,546,000” and insert in lieu thereof the figures "$2,000,000".

Page 20, line 16, after the word "authorized”, strike out the remaining language in that paragraph.

Page 21, line 14, after the word "improvement.", strike out the remainder of the language of that paragraph.

Page 23, line 1, insert a new paragraph reading as follows:

Cedar Bayou Channel, Texas, in accordance with Senate Document Numbered 107, Seventy-first Congress, second session.

Page 25 strike out lines 24 and 25, and on page 26 strike out lines 1 to 9, inclusive, and insert in lieu thereof the following:

Mississippi River between Illinois and Minneapolis: The existing project is hereby modified so as to provide a channel depth of nine feet at low water with widths suitable for long-haul common-carrier service, to be prosecuted in accordance with the plan for a comprehensive project to procure a channel of nine-foot depth, submitted in House Document Numbered 290, Seventy-first Congress, second session; and the sum of $7,500,000, in addition to the amounts authorized under existing projects, is hereby authorized to be appropriated for the prosecution of initial works under the modified project: Provided, That all locks below the Twin City Dam shall be of not less than the Ohio River standard dimensions.

Page 26, line 23, after the word "Iowa:”, strike out the remainder of that paragraph and insert in lieu thereof the following language:

There is hereby authorized to be appropriated in the prosecution of the existing project the sum of $15,000,000, in addition to the unexpended balance of funds previously authorized, and it is intended that said sum be expended within a period of three years: Provided, however, That if said sum is not expended within said period said authorization shall not lapse.

Page 27, lines 14 and 15, strike out all after the word "authorized" down to and including "$3,500,000" in line 20 and insert in lieu thereof the following: ": Provided, That an expenditure of $5,000,000 shall be authorized to be appropriated for the prosecution of work under this project."

Page 30, strike out the word “document:" in line 25, page 31, strike out lines 1 to 4, including the word “Street", and insert in lieu thereof the following: document, except that the Calumet River Branch of the Indiana Harbor Ship Canal shall be dredged to a depth of twenty-two feet, and a bottom width of one hundred and sixty feet, for a distance of five hundred and fifty feet, immediately south of the south end of the turning basin at the forks, the original work having been practically completed. The conditions required under the act of June 25, 1910, are hereby waived.

Page 31, line 16, after the word “document,” strike out remainder of page

and page 32, line 1, ending with the word "passed," and insert in lieu thereof a colon and the following:

Provided, That the diversion of water from Lake Michigan shall be so controlled by the Secretary of War under the supervision of the Chief of Engineers, as to meet the needs of a commercially useful waterway as defined in said Senate document, from Lake Michigan to the Mississippi River and to conserve fully existing interests of navigation on the Great Lakes: Provided, That nothing in this act shall prejudice an action at law or any equity respecting the diversion of water from the Great Lakes watershed.

Page 36, line 1, beginning with the word Provided," strike out the remainder of that paragraph.

Page 38, after line 18, insert the following: Willamette River between Oregon City and Portland, Oregon, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered 372, Seventy-first Congress, second session, and subject to the conditions set forth in said document. Page 39, line 6, strike out the word “four” and insert in lieu thereof the word "five", so that the line will read “to a width of five hundred feet.”

Page 40, after line 17, insert the following:

Everett Harbor, Washington, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered 377, Seventy-first Congress, second session.

Lake River, Washington, in accordance with House Document Numbered 2, Sixty-ninth Congress, first session, as modified by the report of the War Department dated May 10, 1930, pursuant to the Commerce Committee resolution of February 22, 1930.

Page 41, after line 6, insert the following:

Harbor of Refuge, Seward, Alaska, in accordance with the report submitted in House Document Numbered 109, Seventieth Congress, first session.

Page 49, strike out lines 4 to 6, inclusive, and insert in lieu thereof the following language:

Inland Waterway from Beaufort to Jacksonville, North Carolina, leading from Craigs Point, and via Salliers Bay, Howard Bay, and New River, and a further survey of New River with a view to providing suitable depth for navigation from Jacksonville, North Carolina, via Ware Landing to Doctors Bridge to a point near Richlands, North Carolina.

Page 49, strike out lines 14 to 19, inclusive, and insert in lieu thereof the following language:

Channel from Pamlico Sound near the mouth of Neuse River, to Beaufort, North Carolina, via Swan Point, Cedar Island Bay, Thoroughfare Cut, Thoroughfare Bay, Cora Sound, touching at Atlantic Wharves, and to run through Mill Point Shoal by Sealevel, across to Piney Point, and touching the wharves of the various communities through the straits and Taylors Creek Cut with a view of securing a depth of seven feet with suitable width.

Page 50, after line 16, insert:
Trent River, from Trenton to Tuckahoe Bridge, North Carolina.
Resurvey of Contentnea Creek, a tributary of the Neuse River, North Carolina.
Limestone Creek, Duplin County, North Carolina.
Page 51, after line 22, insert the following language:

Preliminary survey and examination of Shem Creek from Hog Island Channel, South Carolina.

Page 52, after line 24, insert the following language:
Flint River, Georgia, to Montezuma, Georgia.
Page 54, after line 8, insert the following:
From the mouth of Saint Marys River on the Atlantic Ocean.
Page 54, after line 21, insert the following language:

Alafia River, Florida, to connect Government channel in Hillsboro Bay with said river.

Page 55, after line 17, insert the following language:
Channel from Pensacola Bay, Florida, into Bayou Chico.
Page 55, after line 22, insert the following language:
Waterway from Choctawhatchee Bay to West Bay, Florida.
Page 56, after line 5, insert the following language:

Upper Saint Johns River, Florida, from Lake Harney to Lake Washington, with a view to securing a navigable channel of suitable depth and width, together with its incidental effect on flood control.

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Page 57, line 1, insert the following language:

Kissimmee River, Florida, from Kissimmee to Fort Bassenger, and from Fort Bassenger to Lake Okeechobee, with a view to its improvement for the purposes of navigation together with its effect on flood control.

Channel thirty feet deep at mean low water and five hundred feet wide extending north or northeastwardly from present channel in Pensacola Harbor to a point on the established Government pierhead line opposite the piers of the Saint Louis-San Francisco Railway Company.

Page 57, after line 18, insert the following language:
Sunflower River, Mississippi.
Quiner River, Mississippi.
Steele's Bayou, Mississippi.
Deer Creek, Mississippi.
Page 57, line 24, after the word “Bay" insert: "of Biloxi”.

Page 58, lines 3 and 4, strike out the words “with a view to removing obstructions"

Page 58, after line 5, insert the words:
Chickasaw Creek, Mobile County, Alabama.

Page 58, line 7, before the word "Bayou", insert the words "Bayou La Batre."

Page 58, strike out lines 22 and 23, and insert in lieu thereof:

Lake Charles Deep Water Channel, Louisiana, with a view to reporting the amount of funds heretofore furnished by local interests for such waterway and as to the advisability of the United States Government reimbursing the local interests for all, or any part, of the funds so contributed.

Page 59, after line 22, insert the following language:

Sabine-Neches Waterway, Texas, with a view to reporting the amount of funds heretofore furnished by local interests for such waterway and as to the advisability of the United States Government reimbursing the local interests for all, or any part, of the funds so contributed.

Page 60, after line 7, insert the following language:

Aransas Pass, Corpus Christi Channel, Texas, from Corpus Christi Breakwater to shore line of Corpus Christi Bay.

Houston Ship Channel, examination and survey for further improvement by deepening, widening, or otherwise to meet requirements of present and prospective commerce.

Channel and turning basin between Houston Ship Channel, Texas, and Barbour Terminals.

Page 61, after line 7, insert the following language: Red River, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas, from Fulton, Arkansas, to mouth of Washita River, Oklahoma.

Page 61, after line 21, insert the following language:

Louisiana and Texas Intercoastal Waterway from Corpus Christi to the Rio Grande Valley.

Page 68, after line 10, insert the following language:
Port of San Francisco, east of Belmont, South San Francisco Bay, California.

Middle River, California, from the Santa Fe Railroad at Middle River to Latham Slough; Latham Slough, from Empire Cut to Middle River; Turner Cut, from San Joaquin River to Whiskey Slough; and Whiskey Slough, from Turner Cut to Empire Cut, so as to provide a depth of nine feet and a width of one hundred feet, and to clear at least fifty feet on both sides of the channel of all sunken vessels, débris, and shoals which might in any way endanger navigation on these streams.

Page 69, after line 12, insert the following language:

Coquilla River, Oregon, with a view to determining the advisability of providing for navigation, in connection with power development, control of floods, and the needs of irrigation.

Yaquina Bay, and entrance.

The Secretary of War is hereby authorized and directed to cause a preliminary examination and survey to be made of the harbor at Port Orford, Oregon. The cost of such examination and survey shall be paid from appropriations heretofore or hereafter made for examinations and surveys.

Lewis and Clark River, and the lower harbor of Astoria, Oregon.
Page 70, after line 6, insert the following language:
Multnomah Channel, Oregon.

The Secretary of War is hereby authorized and directed to cause a preliminary examination and survey to be made of the Willamette River, Oregon, from Portland to Eugene, with a view to improving the said river to the extent necessary to make it navigable between said points. The cost of such examination and survey shall be paid from appropriations heretofore or hereafter made for examinations and surveys.

Intercoastal waterway from the mouth of the Columbia River to Puget Sound by way of Shoal Water Bay, and Grays Harbor, Washington.

Page 70, line 26, after “Port Ludlow", insert the word “Harbor". Page 71, after line 2, insert the following language: Lake Washington Canal and Waterway from the locks to and into Lake Washington, Washington, with a view to widening and deepening the channel.

Channel from Puget Sound into Lake Crockett, Washington.

Page 71, line 10, after the word “Harbor”, insert the words “and vicinity”.

Page 72, line 7, after the word "from", insert the words “Northeast Bight":

Page 72, line 8, after the word “to”, insert the words “Sanborn Harbor".

Page 72, line 23, strike out “Survey for an interoceanic canal in Nicaragua”.

Page 80, line 6, after the word "appropriations”, insert "heretofore or hereafter”; and on page 80, line 9, after the word “law”, add “and with section 8 of the merchant marine act approved June 5, 1920”, so that this provision will read as follows:

The Chief of Engineers is hereby authorized to have printed a further edition of the report entitled “Transportation in the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys," prepared by the Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors in cooperation with the United States Shipping Board under authority of section 500 of the transportation act approved February 28, 1920 (to be brought down as nearly as possible to date), to be paid for from appropriations heretofore or hereafter made by Congress for the improvement of rivers and harbors; and the cost of printing such other reports and data as are prepared in compliance with that law and with section 8 of the merchant marine act approved June 5, 1920 (not exceeding $35,000 in any one year), may be paid from similar appropriations.

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