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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1979 - Harbors

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Page 23 - Port is not necessary for plant engaged upon works of river and harbor improvement under the supervision of the District Engineer, but the District Engineer will notify the Captain of the Port in advance of all such proposed work.
Page 7 - Provide without cost to the United States all lands, easements and rightsof-way required for construction and subsequent maintenance of the project and for aids to navigation upon the request of the Chief of Engineers, including suitable areas determined by the Chief of Engineers to be required in the general public interest for initial and subsequent disposal of spoil, and also necessary retaining dikes, bulkheads and embankments therefor or the costs of such retaining works.
Page vi - that the policy of the United States shall be to coordinate and plan the increasing use of the metric system in the United States and to establish a United States Metric Board to coordinate the voluntary conversion to the metric system".
Page 8 - States free from damages due to construction and maintenance; provide and maintain adequate public terminal and transfer facilities open to all on equal terms ; and provide and maintain without cost to the United States depths in berthing areas and local access channels serving the terminals commensurate with the depths provided in the related project areas.
Page 26 - Every power-driven vessel of 300 gross tons and upward while navigating; (2) Every vessel of 100 gross tons and upward carrying one or more passengers for hire while navigating; (3) Every towing vessel of 26 feet or over in length while navigating; and (4) Every dredge and floating plant engaged in or near a channel or fairway in operations likely to restrict or affect navigation of other vessels...
Page 7 - Hold and save the United States free from damages that may result from the construction and maintenance of the project.
Page 9 - The range between mean lower low water and mean higher high water or, in places having only one tide daily, the range between mean low water and mean high water.
Page 7 - States free from damages that may result from construction and maintenance of the project; (3) provide and maintain at local expense adequate public terminal and transfer facilities open to all on equal terms; and...
Page 174 - Galveston also has a number of plants without waterfront facilities which are engaged in various types of marine repair work. These companies maintain shops and portable equipment for making above-waterline repairs, and for installing equipment, gear, and machinery on all types of craft at berth. In addition, there are...
Page 15 - ... shall predominate. (II) Bunkering and lightering operations are prohibited in this anchorage. (III) Vessels 30 meters or over in length, towing vessels of 8 meters or over in length engaged in towing, every vessel of 100 gross tons and upward carrying one or more passengers of hire while navigating, and each dredge and floating plant engaged In operations shall not enter anchorage G unless: (A) In an emergency; (B) Proceeding to anchor In or departing from Commercial Anchorage G; (C) Standing...

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