Orders and Regulations, Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army, 1934: Organization and administration

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1934

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Page 38 - That every person or persons offending against the provisions of this section shall, for each and every offense, be liable to a fine of $100 or imprisonment not •exceeding 2 months, to be enforced in any district court in the United States within whose territorial jurisdiction such offense may have been committed.
Page 78 - Provided further, That the Government shall not be deemed to haVe entered upon any project for the improvement of any waterway or harbor mentioned in this Act until the project for the proposed work shall have been adopted by law...
Page 61 - When a proposed navigation improvement will attract existing traffic or develop new waterway movements which will extend to existing connecting waterways, the estimated savings of the complete water movement are included as a benefit and no part of this saving is deducted on the theory that it should be assigned to the connecting waterway. Thus the additional benefits attainable from the proposed improvement are compared with the additional project costs required to realize those benefits.
Page 83 - Departments, the Bureau of Marine Inspection and Navigation of the Department of Commerce, and other government departments and agencies which are engaged in activities related to the operation of shipping.
Page 53 - Every report submitted to Congress in pursuance of any provisions of law for preliminary examination and survey looking to the improvement of the entrance at the mouth of any river or at any Inlet, in addition to other information which the Congress has directed shall be given, shall contain information concerning the configuration of the shore line and the probable effect thereon that may be expected to result from the Improvement having particular reference to erosion and/or accretion for a...
Page 37 - SEC. 11. That owners, agents, masters, and clerks of vessels and other craft plying upon the navigable waters of the United States, and all individuals and corporations engaged in transporting their own goods upon the navigable waters of the United States, shall furnish such statements relative to vessels, passengers, freight, and tonnage as may be required by the Secretary of War: Provided, That this provision shall not apply to those rafting logs, except upon a direct request upon the owner to...
Page 75 - ... be in the possession of the said board within 4 weeks from the date of this communication. If, however, you have important data to communicate to the board, which cannot be collected and put in shape for proper presentation within 4 weeks, the board should be informed of this fact without delay and request made for an extension of the limiting date for submitting information. If oral hearings are desired, dates for the same may be arranged for by correspondence with the Board. Any further information...
Page 59 - Pacific coast and the mean depth for a continuous period of fifteen days of the lowest water in the navigation season of any year in rivers and nontidal channels, and the channel dimensions specified shall be understood to admit of such increase at the entrances, bends, sidings, and turning places as may be necessary to allow of the free movement of boats.
Page 57 - As used in this section the term "commerce" shall include the use of waterways by seasonal passenger craft, yachts, house boats, fishing boats, motor boats, and other similar water craft, whether or not operated for hire.
Page 74 - Minn., or to this office, but attention is invited to the following regulation as to the manner in which such information may be furnished. "Where interested parties desire data necessary for the preparation of their appeal to the Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors, they will be afforded full opportunity to examine the copies of the reports of the district and division engineers in their respective offices, subject to the understanding that no part of the contents of these reports will be...

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