River and Harbor Bill. Hearings on H.R. 8914

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Page 18 - ... first session, provides for an entrance jetty and a channel 12 feet deep, 250 feet wide, from that depth in the ocean, through the inlet to the Loop Causeway Bridge over Long Creek, provided that local interests contribute 50 per cent of the first cost ($1,210,000) and also provide a channel 12 feet deep at mean low water and generally 200 feet wide from the Loop Causeway Bridge over Long Creek to the head of navigation in Freeport Creek at Mill Road in Freeport.
Page 33 - STATEMENT OF HON. PHILIP D. SWING, A REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA. Mr. SWING. The record of the harbor master, which has been filed by Mr.
Page 95 - Point to the town wharves, 4,000 feet long, 60 feet wide, and 4 feet deep at mean low water, at an estimated cost of $14,300.
Page 94 - The CHAIRMAN. The committee will now take a recess until 2 o'clock this afternoon. (Thereupon, at 12.30 o'clock pm, the committee took a recess until 2 o'clock this afternoon.) AFTER RECESS.
Page 94 - The tidal range between mean lower low water and mean higher high water is 6.9 feet at the mouth of the creek and S feet at Washington Street bridge.
Page 117 - Would it not be possible to give an authorization for $500,000, with the recommendation that $250.000 be appropriated in the first appropriation < The CHAIRMAN*. Yes. Mr. McDuFFiE. That would be all right. APPROVAL OF PERMITS FOR WATER-POWER DEVELOPMENT Mr. McDuFFiE. Here is one more. Mr. Chairman, that I invite your attention to [reading] : That on and after the passage of this act. the .Secretary of War and the Chief of Engineers shall not approve any preliminary permit or any license for the development...
Page 116 - That the Secretary of War is hereby authorized and directed to cause to be made a suitable bronze tablet, containing on it the address delivered by Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States, at Gettysburg on the nineteenth day of November, eighteen hundred and sixty-three, on the occasion of the dedication of the national cemetery at that...
Page 116 - Army, such investigations as may be necessary for the preparation of a general plan for the most effective navlgutlon improvement in combination with the most efficient development of the potential water power on those navigable streams of the United States and their tributaries where such power development appears feasible and practicable...
Page 18 - ... with $50,000 annually for maintenance: Provided, That local interests give satisfactory assurance to the Secretary of War that they will provide public terminals at Trenton having not more than 3,000 linear feet of berthing space, with adequate covered storage and mechanical equipment, capable of handling about 500,000 tons annually; will provide satisfactory rail and highway connections therewith, and will furnish without cost to the United States suitable areas, bulkheaded, if necessary, for...
Page 127 - Harbor project is maintained to a width of 200 feet and a depth of 20 feet at mean low water.

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