Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army, on Civil Works Activities, Volume 2

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Page 436 - Army that they will : (a) provide without cost to the United States all lands, easements, and rights-of-way necessary for the construction of the project; (6) hold and save the United States free from damages...
Page 426 - California, is hereby authorized substantially in accordance with the plans contained in House Document Numbered 630, Seventy-sixth Congress, third session, with such modifications thereof as in the discretion of the Secretary of War and the Chief of Engineers may be advisable...
Page 760 - The general comprehensive plan for flood control and other purposes in the Missouri River Basin approved by the Act of June 28, 1938...
Page 413 - Local cooperation. — This provides that local interests agree to furnish, free of cost to the United States, all lands, easements, rights-of-way, and spoil-disposal areas...
Page 515 - ... navigable streams and tributaries thereof when in the opinion of the Chief of Engineers such work is advisable in the interest of flood control: Provided, That not more than $25,000 shall be allotted for this purpose for any single tributary from the appropriations for any one fiscal year.
Page 241 - Modification of the project was approved subject to the provisions that local interests furnish free of cost to the United States all lands, easements, and rights-of-way and spoil-disposal areas for the initial work and for subsequent maintenance when and as required...
Page 643 - States of $2,252,000 for construction; provided that local interests give assurances satisfactory to the Secretary of the Army that they will : (a...
Page 420 - States, all necessary lands, easements, rights-of-way, and suitable spoil-disposal areas for new work and subsequent maintenance when and as required, and hold and save the United States free from claims for damages that may result from the improvement.
Page 25 - Flood Control and Flood Plain Management Federal interest in flood control began in the alluvial valley of the Mississippi River in the 19th century when the interrelationship of flood control and navigation became apparent.
Page 568 - June 28, 1938, approved the general comprehensive plan for flood control and other purposes in the upper Mississippi River Basin described in the Flood Control Committee Document No. 1, Seventy-fifth Congress, first session, with such modifications thereof as in the discretion of the Secretary of War and the Chief of Engineers may be advisable...

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