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

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1934
 

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41. lappuse - Navigable waters" means those parts of streams or other bodies of water over which Congress has jurisdiction under its authority to regulate commerce with foreign nations and among the several States, and which either in their natural or improved condition, notwithstanding interruptions between the navigable parts of such streams or waters by falls, shallows, or rapids compelling land carriage, are used or suitable for use for the transportation of persons or property in interstate or foreign commerce...
41. lappuse - That penstocks or other similar facilities adapted to possible future use in the development of hydroelectric power shall be installed in any dam herein authorized when approved by the Secretary of War upon the recommendation of the Chief of Engineers and of the Federal Power Commission...
1. lappuse - ... in the transportation to market of the products of the country through which it runs. It should be...
18. lappuse - That if future operations by the United States require an alteration in the position of the structure or work herein authorized, or if, in the opinion of the Secretary of War...
41. lappuse - The commission may request the President to detail an officer or officers from the Corps of Engineers, or other branches of the United States Army, to serve the commission as engineer officer or officers, or in any other capacity, in field work outside the seat of government, their duties to be prescribed by the commission; and such detail is hereby authorized.
11. lappuse - Where it is found that the work for which a permit is desired may interfere with a proposed flood control project, the applicant and the party or parties responsible for fulfillment of the requirements of local cooperation...
17. lappuse - States will in no case be liable for any damage or injury to the structures which may be caused by or result from future operations undertaken by the Government for the conservation or improvement of navigation, or for other purposes, and no claims or right to compensation will accrue from any such damage.
29. lappuse - ... sack rafts of timber and logs in streams or channels actually navigated by steamboats in such manner as to obstruct, impede, or endanger navigation. And whenever a vessel, raft, or other craft is wrecked and sunk in a navigable channel, accidentally or otherwise, it shall be the duty of the owner of such sunken craft to immediately mark it with a buoy or beacon during the day and a lighted lantern at night, and to maintain such marks until the sunken craft is removed or abandoned, and the neglect...
34. lappuse - Adjournment of hearing. If it is alleged by any person that more evidence exists which could not be properly prepared in time for the hearing, the presiding officer will, at his discretion, either adjourn the hearing for a reasonable period, or may delay transmitting his report until after the receipt of such evidence and the expiration of a reasonable period for its examination by other interested persons.
28. lappuse - Engineers is authorized, under this act, to spend up to $100,000 on any single tributary during any one fiscal year for removal of accumulated snags and other debris, and for the clearing and straightening of stream channels when, in the opinion of the Chief of Engineers, such work is definitely in the interest of flood control.

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