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REPORT OF MAJ. AMOS STICKNEY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.-Erie Harbor, Pa., 2869; preservation and protection of Pres
Isle Peninsula, Erie Harbor, Pa., 2877; Dunkirk Harbor, N. Y., 2878; Buffalo H
bor, N. Y., 2882; Tonawanda Harbor and Niagara River, N.-Y., 2888; Wilson H
bor, N. Y., 2891; Olcott Harbor, N. Y., 2893; Oak Orchard Harbor, N. Y., 2896.
REPORT OF CAPT. DAN C. KINGMAN, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.-Harbor at Charlotte, N. Y., 2899; barbor at Pultneyville, N
2903; harbor at Great Sodus Bay, N. Y., 2906; harbor at Little Sodus Bay, N.
2909, harbor at Oswego, N. Y., 2012; harbor at Sacketts Harbor, N. Y., 2918.
REPORT OF MAJ. M. B. ADAMS, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.—Shoal between Sister Islands and Cross-over Light, St. Lawr
River, N. Y., 2922; Ogdensburg Harbor, N. Y., 2923; Grass River, N. Y., 2926; br
water at Rouse Point, Lake Champlain, N. Y., 2927; Great Chazy River,
2929; breakwater at Gordon Landing, Lake Champlain, Vt., 2930; Platts
Harbor, N. Y., 2931; Burlington Harbor, Vt., 2932; Otter Creek, Vt., 2935; Ti
deroga River, N. Y., 2936; Narrows of Lake Champlain, N. Y. and Vt., 2937.
EXAMINATIONS.-Inner Bay, near mouth of Saranac River, at Plattsburg, N
2938; Boquet River, N. Y., from mouth on Lake Champlain to Willsboro, 2940.
IMPROVEMENTS.—Oakland Harbor, Cal., 2943; survey of San Francisco Harbor,
Pablo and Suisun bays, strait of Karquines, and mouths of San Joaquin and
ramento rivers, Cal., 2947.
HARBOR LINES.—Modification of harbor lines on Port Costa front, south sho
Karquinos Strait, San Francisco Harbor, Cal., 2948.
REPORT OF LIEUT. COL. W. H. H. BENYAURD, CORPS OF ENGINEEI
IMPROVEMENTS.—Napa River, Cal., 2952; Redwood Harbor, Cal., 2953; Redy
Creek, Cal., 2953; San Luis Obispo Harbor, Cal., 2955; Wilmington Harbor,
2956; San Diego Harbor, Cal., 2960.
EXAMINATIONS.-San Rafael River, Cal., 2963; Alviso Harbor and Alviso Creek,
2964; Redwood Creek, Cal., 2966; harbor of refuge at Santa Cruz, Cal., 2968;
Simeon Bay, Cal., 2971; Redondo Beach Harbor, Cal., 2972; Colorado River, A
above Yuma, to Eldorado Canyon, 2974.
HARBOR LINES.-Establishment of harbor lines at San Pedro, Wilmington Hai
APPENDIX V V.
REPORT OF CAPT. THOMAS W. SYMONS, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.-Coquille River, Oregon, 3146; entrance to Coos Bay, Oregon, 3154;
Umpqua River, Oregon, 3169; mouth of Siuslaw River, Orogon, 3173; entrance to
Yaquina Bay, Oregon, 3182; Tillamook Bay and Bar, Oregon, 3200; entrance to
barbor at Nehalem Bay, Oregon, 3205; Upper Columbia and Snake rivers, Oregon
and Wash., 3210; Columbia River between head of Rock Island Rapids and foot
of Priest Rapids, Wash., 3223; Chehalis River, Wash., 3236; Skagit, Steilaquamish,
Nootsack, Snohomish, and Snoqualmie rivers, Wash., 3238.
EXAMINATIONS AND SURVEYS.-Alsea Bay and'River, Oregon, 3246; Clark Fork of
Columbia River from international boundary line to mouth of Big Blackfoot River,
Mont., 3250; Puyallup River, Wash., 3253; D'Wamish and Black Rivers, Wash.,
3257; ship channel between Port Townsend Bay, Puget Sound, and Oak Bay,
Wash., 3260; North River, Wash., 3263; Shoalwater Bay and Willapah River,
Wash., 3266; Nooksack, Skagit, and Snohomish rivers, Wash., 3271; Coquillo
River, Oregon, from Coquille City to Myrtle Point, 3275; Coos Bay, Oregon, 3283;
Upper Snake River, Idaho, 3285; Nasel River, Wash., 3291; Grays Harbor and Bar
and Chelalis River up to Montesano, Wash., 3297; Port Orford Harbor, Oregon,
REPORT OF MAJ. THOS. H. HANDBURY, CORPS OF ENGINEERS.
IMPROVEMENTS.-Mouth of Columbia River, Oregon and Wash., 3314; canal at the Cas.
cades, Columbia River, Oregon, 3328; Columbia and Lower Willametterivers below
Portland, Oregon, 3362; Willamette River above Portland, Oregon, 3368; Cowlitz
River, Wash., 3370; Youngs and Klaskuine rivers, Oregon, 3371; gauging waters
of Columbia River, 'Oregon and Wash., 3372; removing sunken vessels or craft ob-
structing or endangering navigation, 3373.
EXAMINATIONS AND SURVEYS.-Willamette River, channel on west side of Swan
Island, Oregon, 3373; Youngs Bay Channel, Oregon, 3376; Deep, Skamokawa, and
Crooked rivers, Wash., 3378; Lower Columbia River, between Astoria and Wools
Landing, Oregon, 3380: Yamhill River, Oregon, 3381; Lewis and Clarke River,
Oregon, 3383; Grays River, Wash., 3385.
HARBOR LINES.—Establishment of harbor lines in Astoria Harbor, Oregon, 3387.
C. B. ComsTOCK, Colonel, Corps of Engineers, Bvt. Brig. Gen., U. S. A., President;
CHARLES R. SUTER, Lieutenant-Colonel, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A.; O. H. Ernst,
Majur, Corps of Engineers, Colonel, U. S. A.; HENRY L. WHITING, Assistant U.
S. Coast and Geodetic Survey; B. M. HARROD, ROBERT S. TAYLOR, and HENRY
ANNUAL REPORT for FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1891, 3397.
APPENDIX A.-Report of Lieut. Col. Charles R. Suter, Corps of Engineers, upon in-
vestigation of discharge measurements, Mississippi River, 3417.
Appendix B.-Paper by Lieut. Col. Charles R. Suter, Corps of Engineers, on effects
of crevasses upou gauge readings below Red River during high water of 1890, 3444.
APPENDIX C.--Report of the secretary of the Commission, 3446; (1) paper by Capt.
Charles F. Powell, Corps of Engineers, on depression of the flood line, 1890, below
Red River, from crevasses, 3463; (2) paper by Capt. Charles F. Powell, Corps of
Engineers, on effects of outlets on the bed of the river below them, 3463; (3) in-
structions for secondary triangulation, precise level, and topographical and hydro-
graphical field work, 3174; (4) report of Mr. J. A. Ockerson, assistant engineer, on
profile of Mississippi River, Cairo to Donaldsonville, 3486; (5) tabulated results of
discharge measurements on Mississippi, Old, and Atchafalaya rivers, 1887–1889,
3487; (6) tabulated results of discharge measurements on Mississippi and Atcha-
talaça rivers and Bayou La Fourche, 1890, 3526; (7) high-water marks of 1890,
Mississippi River, Cairo, Ill., to Carrollton, La., 3547; (8) high-water marks of
1891, Mississippi River, Cairo, Ill., to Carrollton, La., 3551; (9) high and low
waters, referred to present or most recent gauges, of Mississippi River and prin-
cipal tributaries except the Missouri, 3555; (10) report of Mr. J. A. Ockerson,
assistant engineer, on changes in the bed of Mississippi River near the head of the
Passes, 3575; commercial statistics, 3576.
APPENDIX D.-Report of Capt. S. W. Roessler, Corps of Engineers, on operations in
the first and second districts, 3580; (1) report of Mr. Aug. J. Nolty, assistant
engineer, on work at Plum Point Reach, 3595; (2) paper by Mr. Aug. J. Nolty,
assistant engineer, on details of construction of bank protection at Plum Point
Reach, 1890, 3601; (3) paper by Mr. Aug. J. Nolty, assistant engineer, on de-
tails of construction of pile dikes at Plum Point Reach, 1890, 3606; (4) report of
Mr. W. M. Rees, assistant engineer, on proposed system of levees along St. Francis
Front, 3610; (5) report of Mr. W. M. Rees, assistant engineer, on levee survey, White
River Front, 3612; financial statements, commercial statistics, etc, 3619.
APPENDIX E.-Report of Capt. C. McD. Townsend, Corps of Engineers, on opera-
tions in the third district, 3627; (1) report of Mr. Wm. P. Richards, surveyor,
on surveys and observations, third district, 3658; (2) report of Mr. John J. Hoopes,
assistant engineer, on discharge observations at Arkansas City, 3660; (3) estimate
of Mr. Henry B. Richardson, chief engineer, State of Louisiana, for levee con-
struction in Louisiana from State line to Warrenton, 3662; (4) report of Capt. Wm.
T. Rossell, Corps of Engineers, on connection between Arkansas River levees and
Mississippi River levees, 3663.
APPENDIX F.-Report of Lieut. John Millis, Corps of Engineers, on operations in the
fourth district, 3665; (1) report of Lieut. John Millis, Corps of Engineers, on sur-
vey of Mississippi River, near Natchez, Miss., and Vidalia, La., 3710.
REPORT OF THE MISSOURI RIVER COMMISSION.
CHAS. R. SUTER, Lieutenant-Colonel, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A., President; A.
MACKENZIE, Major, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A.; 0. H. Ernst, Major, Corps of
Engineers, Colonel, U. S. A.; GARLAND C. BROADHEAD and RICHARD S. BERLIN,
ANNUAL REPORT FOR FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1891, 3723.
APPENDIX A.---Annual report of Secretary, Missouri River Commission, 1891, 3733;
(1) report on the commerce on Missouri River during year 1891, 3737; (2) annual
report of Mr. G. A. Marr, assistant engineer, 1891, 3745; (3) annual report of Mr.
0. B. Wheeler, assistant engineer, 1891, 3756; (4) tables of results of secondary
triangulation of Missouri River, 3760; (5) report of Mr. Chas. F. Potter, division
engineer, on shore-line surveys, 3802; (6) report of Mr. S. Waters Fox, division
engineer, on shore-line surveys, 3804; (7) report of Mr. Samuel H. Yonge, divi-
sion engineer, on shore-line surveys, 3805; (8) annual report of Mr. D. W. Well-
man, assistant engineer, 1891, 3807; (9) annual report of Mr. A. H. Blaisdell, as-
sistant engineer, 1891, 3819; (10) annual report of Mr. James A. Seddon, assist-
ant engineer, 1891, 3827.
APPENDIX B.-Annual report of Lieut. Hiram M. Chittenden, Corps of Engineers,
APPENDIX C and C 1.-Annual reports of Mr. Chas. F. Potter, division engineer,
APPENDIX D.-Annual report of Mr. S. Waters Fox, division engineer, 1891, 3835.
APPENDIX E.-Annual report of Mr. Samuel H. Yongo, division engineer, 1891,
APPENDIX B B B.
BRIDGING NAVIGABLE WATERS OF THE UNITED STATES.
REPORT of The Board of Engineers on proposed bridge across Hudson River at New
York City, 3853; report of Board of Engineers on bridge across Chicago River at
Canal street, Chicago, Ill., 3861:
11) REPORT of Lieut. Col. G. L. Gillespie, Corps of Engineers, 3865; (2) report of Col.
Wm. P. Craighill, Corps of Engineers, 3866; (3) report of Capt. H. S. Taber, Corps
of Engineers, 3867; (4) report of Col. O. M. Poe, Corps of Engineers, 3868; (5)
report of Maj. Amos Stickney, Corps of Engineers, 3872; (6) report of Lieut. Col.
W.H. H. Benyauri, Corps of Engineers, 3873.
REPORT of Capt. W. L. Marshall, Corps of Engineers, Engineer Officer, on opera-
tions in Division of the Missouri, 3943; report of Capt. Charles H. Clark, Ord-
nance Department, Acting Engineer Officer, on operations in Department of the
Columbia, 3945; report of Lieut. Charles A. Worden, Seventh Infantry, Acting
Engineer Officer, on operations in Department of the Platte, 3946; report of Lieut.
James E. Runcie, First Artillery, Acting Engineer Officer, on operations in Divi-
sion of the Pacific, 3917.