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CONTENTS TO VOLUME III

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Laws:

June 23, 1913 (sundry civil) --

June 30, 1913 Box Canyon, San Carlos Indian Reservation).

October 22, 1913 (urgent deficiencies) -

October 23, 1913 Mill Slough, Oreg.)

April 6, 1914 (urgent deficiencies) -

May 25, 1914 (warning signals on vessels)--

June 30, 1914 (diplomatic and consular service)

July 16, 1914 (legislative, executive, and judicial)

July 16, 1914 (legislative, executive, and judicial)

July 17, 1914 (New Jersey and New York Joint Harbor Line Commis-

sion)

July 17, 1914 (John Streckfus).
July 21, 1914 (District of Columbia)
August 1, 1914 (Bureau of Indian Affairs)
August 1, 1914 (sundry civil)--
August 6, 1914 lands at headwaters of Mississippi River).
October 2, 1914 (rivers and harbors)
February 27, 1915 (Calumet River, Ill.).
March 3, 1915 (sundry civil)---
March 3, 1915 District of Columbia)
March 3, 1915 (Sandy Crawford).
March 3, 1915 (Clyde Odum)
March 3, 1915 (Coenties Reef, East River, N. Y.).
March 4, 1915 (legislative, executive, and judicial)
March 4, 1915 (rivers and harbors),
March 4, 1915 Department of Agriculture)
March 4, 1915 (diplomatic and consular service)
March 4, 1915 (deficiencies)
March 4, 1915 (Dalles Celilo Canal)--
February 15, 1916 (Mississippi River floods)
March 1, 1916 (Savannah River, Ga.)
April 27, 1916 (United States Drainage and Irrigation Co.).
May 10, 1916 (legislative, executive, and judicial) -
May 18, 1916 (Bureau of Indian Affairs).
June 3, 1916 (national defense) -
June 30, 1916 (Mobile Bay, Ala.)--
June 30, 1916 Muskingum River, Ohio)--
July 1, 1916 (diplomatic and consular service) -
July 1, 1916 (sundry civil)----
July 27, 1916 (rivers and harbors) --
August 9, 1916 (Doctors Blair, Blake, Maxwell, Evans, and Blalock).
August 11, 1916 (Department of Agriculture)
August 21, 1916 (Theodore Bagge)
August 25, 1916 (St. Croix River, Maine).
August 29, 1916 (naval service) -
September 1, 1916 (District of Columbia).
September 1, 1916 Charleston-Dunbar Traction Co.).
September 8, 1916 (deficiencies) -
January 19, 1917 (Niagara River) -
February 15, 1917 (Mahoning River).
February 15, 1917 (John Simpson)
February 26, 1917 (Ollala Slough, Oreg.).
March 1, 1917 (flood control)
March 2, 1917 (Puerto Rico) -
March 2, 1917 (Department of Indian Affairs)

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Laws—Continued.

March 3, 1917 (District of Columbia).
March 3, 1917 (diplomatic and consular service)
March 3, 1917 (legislative, executive, and judicial)
March 4, 1917 (Department of Agriculture)
March 4, 1917 (Lake Michigan Waterfront).
April 17, 1917 (deficiencies)
June 12, 1917 (sundry civil) TOI
June 30, 1917 (Niagara River)
August 4, 1917 (rivers and harbors)
August 8, 1917 (rivers and harbors).
September 19, 1917 (Mermentau River, La.).

September 19, 1917 (Willapa Harbor and River, Wash.).

U March 28, 1918 (deficiencies) -

April 8, 1918 (Columbia River)-

April 15, 1918 (diplomatic and consular service)

June 20, 1918 (Lighthouse Service)

June 29, 1918 (Niagara River) -

July 1, 1918 (sundry civil) __

July 3, 1918 (legislative, executive, and judicial)

July 8, 1918 (deficiencies).

July 18, 1918 (rivers and harbors).

August 31, 1918 (District of Columbia).

November 4, 1918 (deficiencies) -

November 7, 1918 (Depot Slough, Oreg.).

January 25, 1919 (statistics of foreign commerce and navigation)

February 27, 1919 (Mahoning River, Ohio).

February 28, 1919 (Savannah River, Ga.)

March 1, 1919 (legislative, executive, and judicial)

March 2, 1919 (rivers and harbors) - -

March 3, 1919 (Old River, Tex.)----

March 4, 1919 (diplomatic and consular service)

July 11, 1919 (deficiencies)

July 11, 1919 (District of Columbia).

July 11, 1919 (naval service)

July 11, 1919 (Hudson River)

July 12, 1919 (Niagara River)

July 19, 1919 (sundry civil).

July 24, 1919 (Department of Agriculture).

August 8, 1919 (Mobile and Dauphin Bays, Ala.).

November 4, 1919 (deficiencies) -

December 30, 1919 (Little Chute, Wis.).

February 28, 1920 (transportation)

March 6, 1920 (deficiencies) -

April 15, 1920 (Minnesota River)

May 28, 1920 (Federal Water Power Commission).

May 29, 1920 (legislative, executive, and judicial)

May 31, 1920 (Department of Agriculture)

June 4, 1920 (diplomatic and consular service).

June 5, 1920 (District of Columbia).

June 5, 1920 (sundry civil) -

June 5, 1920 (merchant marine)

June 5, 1920 (rivers and harbors).

June 5, 1920 (deficiencies) -

June 5, 1920 (Boise de Sioux River, Red River, and Lake Traverse)

June 10, 1920 (Federal Power Commission)

February 16, 1921 (Platte River, Mo.) --

February 21, 1921 (Red Lake and Red Lake River, Minn.)

February 22, 1921 (District of Columbia)

February 25, 1921 (Bayou Cocodrie, La.)

February 27, 1921 (New York State Barge Canal)

March 1, 1921 (deficiencies).

March 1, 1921 (rivers and harbors) -

March 2, 1921 (diplomatic and consular service)

March 3, 1921 (legislative, executive and judicial)

March 3, 1921 (Department of Agriculture) -

March 3, 1921 (Federal Power Commission)

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Laws-Continued.

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March 3, 1921 (Atchafalaya, Red, and Black Rivers, flood control).- 1847

March 4, 1921 (sundry civil).

1847

March 4, 1921 (Columbia River Highway)

1849

March 4, 1921 (boundary waters of North Dakota, South Dakota,

Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Nebraska).

1849

June 18, 1921 (Isthmus Inlet, Oreg.)---

1850

July 15, 1921 (Mahoning River, Ohio)

1850

July 25, 1921 (Grand River, Colo. and Utah).

1851

July 29, 1921 (Yazoo River, Miss.)

1851

August 18, 1921 (Calaveras River, Calif.).

1852

August 19, 1921 (Colorado River Compact)

1852

December 15, 1921 (deficiencies)

1853

March 20, 1922 (deficiencies).

1854

March 20, 1922 (Indiana Harbor, Ind.).

1854

April 21, 1922 (Mississippi River Commission)

1854

May 2, 1922 (Mississippi River Emergency)

1855

May 24, 1922 (Lake George, Miss.)--

1855

June 10, 1922 (Mississippi River Commission).

1856

June 30, 1922 (War Department)-

1856

July 1, 1922 (deficiencies).

1858

July 1, 1922 (Tchula Lake, Miss.)

1858

July 1, 1922 (oil pollution conference).

1858

August 24, 1922 (Sacramento, Calif.).

1859

September 22, 1922 (Mahoning River, Ohio)

1859

September 22, 1922 (rivers and harbors).

1860

November 28, 1922 (Presque Isle, Pa.)

1872

December 28, 1922 (damage claims) -

1873

January 24, 1923 (Chicago River, Ill.) -

1874

January 31, 1923 (Red River of the North)

1874

February 27, 1923 (Muskingum River, Ohio).

1875

February 27, 1923 (Chicago River, Ill.)

1875

February 28, 1923 (District of Columbia)

1876

March 2, 1923 (War Department).

1877

March 2, 1923 (Miami Beach, Fla.)-

1879

March 3, 1923 (Louisiana and Texas Intracoastal Waterway)

1879

March 3, 1923 (Bear Creek, Miss.).

1879

March 4, 1923 (Potomac River, Md.)

1880

March 4, 1923 (Mississippi River)

1880

March 4, 1923 (Columbia River, Oreg.)

1881

February 2, 1924 (Dog River, Ala.)

1881

February 16, 1924 (Fox River, Ill.)

1882

March 14, 1924 (Mill Cut, etc., N. C.).

1882

March 18, 1924 (Waccamaw River, N. C.).

1882

April 2, 1924 (deficiencies).

1883

April 12, 1924 (Byram River, N. Y. and Conn.)

1884

May 31, 1924 (flood control, sundry streams)

1885

June 3, 1924 (Tallahatchie River, Miss.)

1886

June 5, 1924 (Department of Agriculture)

1921

June 7, 1924 (War Department).

1886

June 7, 1924 (District of Columbia)

1888

June 7, 1924 (oil pollution act)

1889

June 7, 1924 (Chicago River, Ill.).

1891

June 7, 1924 (Upper Mississippi Game Refuge)

1922

June 7, 1924 (War Department) --

1921

June 7, 1924 (conservation of watersheds)

1923

December 5, 1924 (deficiencies)

1892

January 20, 1925 (deficiencies).

1892

January 24, 1925 (Lakes Union and Washington, Wash.)

1893

February 10, 1925 (Department of Agriculture)

1924

February 12, 1925 (War Department)

1894

February 12, 1925 (War Department)

1925

February 21, 1925 (Caloosahatchie River, Fla.)

1895

February 24, 1925 (Lafayette River, Va.)-

1896

February 26, 1925 (Red River of the North).

1896

February 26, 1925 (sundry rivers of Washington)

1897

March 3, 1925 (rivers and harbors) -

1897

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Laws—Continued.

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March 3, 1925 (conservation of watersheds)-------

1913

March 3, 1925 (District of Columbia)

1914

March 4, 1925 (Missouri River, Mont.).

1915

March 4, 1925 Columbia River Compact)-

1916

March 4, 1925 (deficiencies)------

1917

March 2, 1926 (Treasury and Post Office Departments)

1926

March 3, 1926 (deficiencies) --

1927

March 22, 1926 (Des Moines River, Iowa)

1928

April 1, 1926 (Finneys Creek, Va.)

1929

April 13, 1926 (Columbia River Compact)

1929

April 15, 1926 (War Department)

1930

April 17, 1926 Mississippi River, flood control)

1932

April 21, 1926 (St. Louis River) -

1938

April 23, 1926 (Rehoboth Beach, Del.)

1933

May 10, 1926 (District of Columbia)

1933

May 17, 1926 (military reservations, easements)

1933

May 22, 1926 (Lake of the Woods)

1934

May 22, 1926 (Cass Lake, Minn.).

1935

May 22, 1926 (Neches River, Tex.)

1936

May 22, 1926 (lighthouse service) -

1936

May 28, 1926 (Juneau, Alaska).

1937

June 2, 1926 (Eagle Lake, declared nonnavigable).

1937

June 3, 1926 (Subsistence Expense Act) -

1938

June 18, 1926 (Pecos River, storage of water).

1939

June 26, 1926 (injuries to Government employees)

1940

June 30, 1926 (Walker River, Nev.).

1941

July 2, 1926 (Fort Hamilton, N. Y) -

1941

July 3, 1926 (Snake River, water supply)

1943

July 3, 1926 (Fox River, Kaukauna, Wis.).

1944

July 3, 1926 (deficiencies)

1944

July 3, 1926 (Yazoo, Tallahatchee and Coldwater Rivers, Miss.). 1945

July 3, 1926 (retirement of classified civil service)

1946

May 29, 1926 (Muskingum River Dam No. 3, relief)

1946

June 17, 1926 (Joseph Mayhew, relief) -

1947

June 19, 1926 M. Barde and sons, relief)

1947

June 21, 1926 (Andrew Radel Co., relief) -

1947

June 22, 1926 (New Jersey Shipbuilding and Dredging Co., relief) - 1948

June 25, 1926 (Swend A. Swendson, relief)

1948

July 3, 1926 (Westport, Conn., sale of land).

1948

July 3, 1926 claims from sinking of the vessel Normal)

1949

July 3, 1926 (Menomonee River, sale of island)

1950

March 13, 1926 (Muscle Shoals) -

1950

May 20, 1926 (Muscle Shoals)

1951

June 11, 1926 (Pecos River) -

1951

February 24, 1925 (boundary, United States and Canada)

1952

February 24, 1925 (level of Lake of the Woods)----

1959

December 11, 1926 (Government transportation requests)

1965

January 21, 1927 (rivers and harbors)-

1966

January 26, 1927 (Treasury and Post Office Departments).

1981

February 9, 1927 (Lowell Creek, Alaska).

1982

February 12, 1927 (injuries to Government employees).

1982

February 14, 1927 (Caloosahatchee River and Lake Okeechobee, Fla.). 1984

February 23, 1927 (War Department)-

1984

February 23, 1927 (land near Alexandria, ceded to Virginia)

1987

February 26, 1927 (Belle Fourche and Cheyenne Rivers).

1988

February 28, 1927 (deficiencies).

1988

February 28, 1927 (Inland Waterways Corporation).

1989

March 2, 1927 (District of Columbia) --

1989

March 3, 1927 (Swan Island, Oreg., channel of).

1990

March 3, 1927 (Poteau River, Okla.)---

1990

March 3, 1927 (Rio Grande and Colorado River).

1992

March 3, 1927 (Columbia River Compact)-

1992

March 4, 1927 (Colorado River Compact)

1993

February 12, 1927 (Stanton and Jones, relief)

1993

February 14, 1927 (Lehigh Coal and Navigation Co., relief)

1994

February 23, 1927 (H, W. Krueger and H. J. Selmer, relief)

1994

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