Atlantic-Gulf Ship Canal, Fla

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1937 - 571 pages
 

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Page 132 - Association express its sympathy in the death of one of its members and extend condolences to his family, and be it further Resolved, That a copy of this resolution be spread upon the minutes of this Association and that a copy be sent to his family.
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Page 392 - That no tolls or operating charges whatever shall be levied upon or collected from any vessel, dredge, or other water craft for passing through any lock, canal, canalized river, or other work for the use and benefit of navigation, now belonging to the United States or that may be hereafter acquired or constructed...
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Page 373 - The 1928 act authorized $5,000,000 which has been exhausted and the 1936 act authorized $15,000,000 to replenish these funds "to be allocated by the Secretary of War on the recommendation of the Chief of Engineers in rescue work or in the repair and maintenance of any flood-control work on any tributaries of the Mississippi River threatened or destroyed by flood heretofore or hereafter occurring.
Page 177 - After ninety days after this paragraph takes effect no carrier by railroad subject to this act shall undertake the extension of its line of railroad or the construction of a new line of railroad...
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Page 177 - ... no carrier by railroad subject to this Act shall abandon all or any portion of a line of railroad, or the operation thereof, unless and until there shall first have been obtained from the Commission a certificate that the present or...
Page 363 - Engineers, examine and review the report of any examination or survey made pursuant to any Act or resolution of Congress, and report thereon through the Chief of Engineers, United States Army, who shall submit his conclusions thereon as in other cases...

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