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said harbor of Goose Point Channel to the port of Kingston and North Plymouth.

Improving harbor at Provincetown, Massachusetts : To complete, Provincetown, Mass. seven thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Scituate, Massachusetts : Continuing im- Scituate, Mass. provement, five thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Gloucester, Massachusetts : Dredging Harbor Gloucester, Mass. Cove and removing ledge and boulders obstructing the approach to the wharves between Harbor Cove and Pew Wharf, ten thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Wareham, Massachusetts : Continuing im- Wareham, Mass. provement, four thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at New Bedford, Massachusetts, ten thousand New Bedford, Mass. dollars.

Improving harbor at Hingham, Massachusetts : Continuing im- Hingham, Mass. provement, five thousand dollars, a part of which may, in the discretion of the Secretary of War, be applied to straighten the channel from the wharf to the end of Ragged Island. Improving harbor at Winthrop, Massachusetts : For dredging, one

Winthrop, Mass. thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Hyannis, Massachusetts : Continuing im- Hyannis, Mass. provement, ten thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts : For protec- Vineyard Haven, tion of Chops at the mouth of the harbor, twenty-five thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Wellfleet, Massachusetts, seven thousand Wellfleet, Mass. dollars.

Improving national harbor of refuge at Sandy Bay, Cape Ann, Sandy Bay, Mass. Massachusetts: Continuing improvement, one hundred thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Manchester, Massachusetts, two thousand Manchester, Mass. five hundred dollars.

Improving harbor at Block Island, Rhode Island: Continuing im- Block Island, R. I. provement, fifteen thousant. dollars; of which sum six thousand dollars are for inner harbor, four thousand dollars for breakwater, and five thousand dollars for removing sand bar at entrance of harbor.

Improving harbor at Newport, Rhode Island: Continuing improve. Newport, R. I. ment, twelve thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Bridgeport, Connecticut: Continuing im- Bridgeport, Conn. provement, ten thousand dollars; and the Secretary of War is authorized to expend such portion of said sum as he may deem advisable above the bridges across the stream emptying into said harbor.

Improving harbor at Black Rock, Connecticut: Continuing im- Black Rock, Conn. provement, ten thousand dollars.

Improving breakwater at New Haven, Connecticut: Continuing New Haven, Conn. improvement, seventy-five thousand dollars; and the Chief of Engineers may, if deemed necessary, relocate the western breakwater; and the Secretary of War is authorized, in his discretion, to expend any portion of said sum in commencing its construction.

Improving harbor at New Haven, Connecticut : Continuing improvement, fifteen thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Norwalk, Connecticut: Continuing improve- Norwalk, vopn. ment, twenty-eight thousand dollars; twenty-five thousand dollars of which shall be expended in dredging and deepening the channel in the lower harbor up to Wilson's Point.

Improving harbor at Stonington, Connecticut, eight thousand dol- Stonington, Conn. lars.

Improving harbor at Stamford, Connecticut : Continuing improve- Stamford, Conn. ment, five thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Five Mile River, Connecticut, five thousand Corine dollars.

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Milford, Conn. Improving harbor at Milford, Connecticut : To complete improve

ment, five thousand dollars. Buffalo, N.Y. Improving harbor at Buffalo, New York : Continuing improve

ment, two hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars. Buttermilk Channel, Improving Buttermilk Channel, New York : Continuing improve

ment, one hundred thousand dollars. Sheepshead Bay, N. Y.

Improving harbor at Sheepshead Bay, New York: Continuing im

provement, five thousand dollars. Rouse's Point, N. Y. Improving breakwater at Rouse's Point, New York : Continuing

improvement, thirteen thousand five hundred dollars. Canarsie Bay, N.Y. Improving harbor at Canarsie Bay, New York: Continuing im

provement, ten thousand dollars. Charlotte, N. Y.

Improving harbor at Charlotte, New York: Continuing improve

ment and repairs, forty-five thousand dollars. Dunkirk, N. Y.

Improving harbor at Dunkirk, New York: Continuing improve

ment, fifteen thousand dollars. Flushing Bay, N. Y. Improving harbor at Flushing Bay, New York: Continuing im

provement, fifteen thousand dollars. Gowanus Bay, N. Y. Improving channel at Gowanus Bay, New York: Continuing im

provement, by deepening to twenty-one feet mean low water and widening the channel to four hundred feet on the northerly side from the foot of Percival street, along the wharves to the twenty-three feet curve, opposite the entrance to the Erie Basin, sixty thousand

dollars. Great Sodus Bay, N. Y.

Improving harbor at Great Sodus Bay, New York : Continuing

improvement, twenty-four thousand dollars. Little Sodus Bay, N. Improving harbor at Little Sodus Bay, New York: Continuing

improvement, sixteen thousand dollars. And the Engineer in charge, with the approval of the Secretary of War, may use such part of this appropriation for dredging and deepening the channel and har

bor, as he may deem proper. Greenport, N. Y.

Improving harbor at Greenport, New York: Continuing improve

ment, five thousand dollars. Oak Orchard, N. Y.

Improving harbor at Oak Orchard, few York: Continuing im

provement and repairs, six thousand dollars. Ogdensburgh, N. Y. Improving harbor at Ogdensburgh, New York, including the

clearing out of the mouth of the Oswegatchie River: Continuing im

provement, fifteen thousand dollars. Olcott, N. Y.

Improving harbor at Olcott, New York: Continuing improvement,

five thousand dollars. Oswego, N. Y.

Improving harbor at Oswego, New York: Continuing improvement and repairs, one hundred thousand dollars; of which fifteen thousand dollars shall be used in removing the east break water at

the mouth of the river. Plattsburgh, N. Y.

Improving harbor at Plattsburgh, New York: To complete im

provement, seven thousand dollars. Rondout, N. Y.

Improving harbor at Rondout, New York: To complete improvement, five thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Sackett's, New York: Continuing improve

ment, two thousand dollars. Tonawanda, N. Y.

Improving Tonawanda Harbor and Niagara River, New York, as per report of engineer in charge, dated December twenty-nine, eight

een hundred and eighty-seven, one hundred thousand dollars. New York, N. Y. Improving New York Harbor, New York: Continuing improve

ment, three hundred and eighty thousand dollars. Saugerties, N. Y.

Improving harbor at Saugerties, New York: Continuing improve

ment, twelve thousand dollars. Wilson, N. Y.

Improving harbor at Wilson, New York: Continuing improve

ment, five thousand dollars. Port Chester, N. Y. Improving harbor at Port Chester, New York: Continuing im

provement, five thousand dollars.

Sackett's, N. Y.

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Improving harbor at Glen Cove, New York, twenty thousand Glen Cove, N. Y. dollars.

Improving harbor at New Rochelle, New York: Continuing im- New Rochelle, N. Y. provement, the balance remaining on hand from former appropriations to be expended in pursuance of the project adopted in eighteen hundred and seventy-one.

Improving channel between Staten Island and the New Jersey Staten Island Chanshore, New York and New Jersey: Continuing improvement, by ne

nel, N. Y. dredging fifteen thousand dollars.

Improving Arthur Kill, between Staten Island and the New Jersey Arthur Kill, N. Y. shore, New York and New Jersey: Dredging and straightening channel near Staten Island bridge, and removing the point of land westerly of same, ten thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Raritan Bay, New Jersey: Continuing im- Raritan Bay, N. J. provement, twenty-five thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Erie, Pennsylvania: Continuing improve- Erie, Pa. ment, twenty-three thousand dollars.

For the preservation and protection of the peninsula of Presque Presque Isle, Pa. Isle, Erie Harbor, Pennsylvania, as recommended by the Chief of Engineers, January thirteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, and in accordance with such plans as the Secretary of War may prescribe, sixty thousand dollars.

Improving the harbor of Philadelphia: For the removal of Smith's Philadelphia. Island, and Windmill Island, in the State of Pennsylvania, and Petty's Island, in the State of New Jersey, or such parts of them and the shoals adjacent thereto as may be required, and for the improvement of the harbor between the cities of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Camden, New Jersey, five hundred thousand dollars: Provided, That no part of this sum shall be expended until the title to the lands Title. forming said islands shall be acquired and vested in the United States without charge to the latter beyond three hundred thousand dollars of the sum herein appropriated.

Improving ice-harbor at Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania: Continuing Marcus Hook, Pa. improvement, fifteen thousand dollars.

Improving Delaware Breakwater, Delaware: Continuing improve- Del ment, one hundred thousand dollars.

Improving ice-harbor at New Castle, Delaware: Continuing im- New Castle, Der. provement, seven thousand five hundred dollars.

Improving harbor at Wilmington, Delaware: Continuing improve Wilmington, Del. ment, thirty thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Baltimore, Maryland : Continuing improvement, and widening channel to six hundred feet, three hundred thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Breton Bay, Maryland : Continuing improve- Breton Bay, Md. ment, three thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Cambridge, Maryland, five thousand dollars. Cambridge, Md.

Improving harbor at Norfolk and its approaches, Virginia : Con- Norfolk, Va. tinuing improvement, fifty thousand dollars.

Improving approach to Norfolk Harbor, and the United States navy-yard at Norfolk, Virginia : Continuing improvement between Lambert's Point and Fort Norfolk, ten thousand dollars; and the balance of one hundred and nine thousand dollars of former appropriations made under this head and available July first, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven, is hereby authorized to be expended according to the modified plan of the engineer in charge.

Improving harbor at Beaufort, North Carolina : Continuing im- Beaufort, N. C. provement, thirty-five thousand dollars.

Improving the inland water-way between Beaufort and New River, Water, way, BeauNorth Carolina : Continuing improvement, five thousand dollars. N. C.

Improving the inland water-way between New Berne and Beau- New Berne and Beaufort, North Carolina : Continuing improvement, fifteen thousand dollars.

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Baltimore, Md.

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Ga. and Fla.

Charleston, S. C. Improving harbor at Charleston, including Sullivan's Island,

South Carolina: Continuing improvements, three hundred and fifty thousand dollars, of which five thousand dollars may be expended on Mount Pleasant shore of inner harbor of Charleston, South

Carolina. Georgetown, S. c. Improving harbor at Georgetown, South Carolina: Continuing

improvement, seven thousand five hundred dollars. Winyaw Bay, 8. C. Improving Winyaw Bay, South Carolina: Continuing improve

ment, ople hundred thousand dollars. The Secretary of War is authorized and directed to appoint a board of three engineer officers of the United States Army, whose duty it shall be to examine the plan submitted by Captain William H. Bixby, United States Army En. gineers, under date of January thirty-first, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, for the improvement of said bay. The said board shall report to the Secretary of War, who shall lay its report before Con

gress at its next session, with the views of himself and the Chief of Proviso.

Engineers of the United States Army thereon: Provided, That nothing herein contained shall be construed to prevent the expenditure

of this appropriation. Brunswick, Ga. Improving harbor at Brunswick, Georgia: Continuing improve

ment, thirty-five thousand dollars. Cumberland Sound, Improving Cumberland Sound, Georgia and Florida: Continuing

improvement, one hundred and twelve thousand five hundred dollars. Savannah, Ga. Improving harbor at Savannah, Georgia: To complete existing

project, one

hundred and eighty thousand dollars. San Augustine, Fla. Improving harbor at San Augustine, Florida, thirty-five thou

sand dollars. The Secretary of War is authorized and directed to appoint a board of three engineer officers of the United States Army, whose duty it shall be to examine into the expediency of further improving

the harbor of San Augustine, Florida, upon the plan submitted by Lieutenant William M. Black, United States Army Engineers, under date of December twelfth, eighteen hundred and eightyseven. The said board shall report to the Secretary of War, who shall lay its report before Congress at its next session, with the views of himself and the Chief of Engineers of the United States Army

thereon. Apalachicola Bay, Improving harbor at Apalachicola Bay, Florida: Continuing im

provement, twenty thousand dollars. Cedar Keys, Fla. Improving harbor at Cedar Keys, Florida: Continuing improve

ment, seven thousand five hundred dollars. Pensacola, Fla. Improving harbor at Pensacola, Florida: Continuing improve

ment, thirty-five thousand dollars. Tampa Bay, Fla. Improving harbor at Tampa Bay, Florida, from outer bar to Man

grove or Bushy Point, twenty-five thousand dollars. Key West, Fla. Improving entrance to harbor at Key West, Florida, twenty-five

thousand dollars. The Secretary of War is authorized and directed to appoint a board of three engineer officers of the United States Army, whose duty it shall be to examine into the expediency of further improving the entrance to the harbor at Key West, Florida, upon the plan submitted by Lieutenant William M. Black, United States Army Engineers, under date of May thirty-first, eighteen hundred and eighty-seven; the said Board shall report to the Socretary of War, who shall say its report before Congress at its next session, together with the views of himself and the Chief of En

gineers of the United States Army thereon. Mobile, Ala. Improving harbor at Mobile, Alabama : Continuing improvement,

on enlarged project for securing a channel twenty-three feet deep and two hundred and eighty feet wide, two hundred and fifty thou

sand dollars. Biloxi Bay, Miss. Improving harbor at Biloxi Bay, Mississippi: Continuing improve

ment, eighteen thousand five hundred dollars.

Fla.

channel.

Improving Aransas Pass and Bay up to Rockport and Corpus Aransas Pass, Tex. Christi, Texas: Continuing improvement, one hundred thousand dollars.

Improving Brazos, Santiago Harbor, Texas: Continuing improve- Brazos Santiago, Tex. ment, twenty-five thousand dollars.

Improvement of entrance to Galveston Harbor, Texas: Continuing Galveston, Tex. improvement, five hundred thousand dollars.

Improving Sabine Pass, and Blue Buck Bar, Texas: Continuing Sabine Pass, Tex. improvement, two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

Improving ship-channel in Galveston Bay, Texas, from Morgan's Galveston, Tex., shipCut to Bolivar Channel: Continuing improvement, one hundred thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Ashtabula, Ohio: Continuing improvement, Ashtabula, Ohio. twenty-five thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at mouth of Black River, Ohio: Continuing Black River, Ohio. improvement, ten thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Cleveland, Ohio: Continuing improvement Cleveland, Ohio. on the last plan projected, one hundred thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Fairport, Ohio: Continuing improvement, Fairport, Ohio. ten thousand dollars; of which so much as may be necessary may be expended in deepening the river. That the owners of dock property abutting on Grand River, at the mouth thereof, shall have the right to load and unload coal, ore, and other freight over so much of the east Government pier as lies north of the present low-water Post, p.631. mark, under such limitations as to time and use as shall be approved by the Secretary of War, on the payment of such compensation as the Secretary of War shall determine.

Improving harbor at Huron, Ohio: Continuing improvement, six Huron, Ohio. thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Vermillion, Ohio: For preservation of piers, Vermillion, Ohio. one thousand dollars.

For ice harbor at the mouth of Muskingum River, Ohio: To com- Muskingum River, plete, sixty thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Port Clinton, Ohio: Continuing improve- Port Clinton, Ohio. ment, five thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Sandusky, Ohio: Continuing improvement Sandusky, Ohio. by a straight channel from Sandusky City to the entrance of Sandusky Bay, pursuant to the last plan of the engineers, forty thousand dollars; of which five thousand dollars, or so much as may be necessary, may be used, in the discretion of the Secretary of War, in improving the old channel.

Improving harbor at Toledo, Ohio: Continuing improvement of Toledo, Ohio. the Maumee River, by a straight channel, pursuant to the last plan of the engineer in charge, one hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Toledo, Ohio: For clearing the old channel, five thousand dollars.

Improving outer harbor at Michigan City, Indiana : Continuing Michigan City, Ind. improvement, ninety thousand dollars.

To complete inner harbor at Michigan City, five thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Calumet, Illinois : To complete improvement, Calumet, m, twenty thousand four hundred dollars.

Improving harbor at Chicago, Illinois : Continuing improvement, Chicago, m. two hundred thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Waukegan, Illinois : Continuing improve- Waukegan, Ili. ment, twenty-five thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Charlevoix and entrance to Pine Lake, Michi- Charlevoix, Mich. gan, twelve thousand five hundred dollars.

Improving harbor at Cheboygan, Michigan : Continuing improve- Cheboygan, Mich. ment, fifteen thousand dollars.

Improving harbor at Frankfort, Michigan : Continuing improve- Frankfort, Mich. ment, eight thousand dollars.

Ohio.

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