PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 699-AUG. 11, 1939 Authority of Fed- eral Power Commis- sion not impaired. 52 Stat. 1215 . 33 U. S. C., Sapp. IV, ch. 15. Surveys limited to works designated. Supplemental re- ports restricted. Adoption of project by law, requirement. Connecticut River, Mass. Green River, Mass. Bellows Pond and Canada Lake drainage area, N. Y. Owasco Inlet, etc., and tributaries, N. Y. Mohawk River, N .Y . Delaware River, Morrisville, Pa. Neshaminy Creek, Bucks Co., Pa. Pequest River and tributaries, N. J . Lumber River and tributaries, N. C . and S. C. Kissimmee River, Fla. Black River, La. I'urdy Reservoir on Rush Creek, Okla. Dirty Creek, Okla. Mangum-Salt Fork, Okla. Fairfax-Kaw City, Okla. Leaf and Bowie Rivers, Miss. Hobolochito River, Miss. Hatchie River, Miss. and Tenn. North Fork, Clinch River, Va. and Tenn. Auglaize, etc., Rivers, Ohio. Whiteoak and Straight Creeks, Ohio. Portage River, Ohio. Kentucky River,Ky . Wabash River and tributaries, Ind. and I1l. Mississinewa River and tributaries, Ind. Plum River, Ill. Illinois River and tributaries, Ill. Edwards River, I11. of the Secretary of War as well as all duties performed by the Chief of Engineers under the direction of the Secretary of War shall be functions of the Engineer Corps, United States Army, and its head, to be administered under the direction of the Secretary of War and the supervision of the Chief of Engineers except as otherwise specifically provided by Congress: Provided, That the power and authority conferred by the Flood Control Act of June 28, 1938, and previously conferred, upon the Federal Power Commission shall remain in full force and effect: Provided, That no preliminary examination, survey, project, or estimate for new works other than those designated in this or some prior Act or joint resolution shall be made: Provided further, That after the regular or formal reports made as required by law on any examination, survey, project, or work under way or proposed, are submitted, no supplemental or additional report or estimate shall be made unless authorized by law: And provided further, That the Government shall not be deemed to have entered upon any project for the improvement of any waterway or harbor mentioned in this Act until the project for the proposed work shall have been adopted by law: Connecticut River in the State of Massachusetts, between the Hat- field town line above Coolidge Bridge and the Narrows at Mount Tom. Green River, Massachusetts. Bellows Pond and Canada Lake drainage area, Fulton County, New York. Owasco Inlet, Owasco Outlet, and their tributaries, Cayuga and Tompkins Counties, New York; Crane Brook, Jericho Brook, and Cold Spring Brook in Cayuga County, New York. Mohawk River, New York. Delaware River and its tributaries at, and in the vicinity of, Mor- risville, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Neshaminy Creek, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Pequest River and its tributaries in Warren and Sussex Counties, New Jersey. Lumber River and its tributaries, North Carolina and South Carolina. Kissimmee River, Florida, including regulation and stabilization of water levels. Black River, Catahoula and Concordia Parishes, Louisiana. Purdy Reservoir on Rush Creek, Oklahoma. Dirty Creek, Muskogee County, Oklahoma. Mangum-Sait Fork, Greer County, Oklahoma. Fairfax-Kaw City, Osage County, Oklahoma. Leaf and Bowie Rivers and their tributaries, Mississippi. Hobolochito River, Mississippi. Hatchie River and tributaries, Mississippi and Tennessee. North Fork of the Clinch River, Virginia and Tennessee. Auglaize, Blanchard and Ottawa Rivers and their tributaries, Ohio. Whiteoak and Straight Creeks, Ohio. Portage River and its tributaries, with particular reference to the Middle Branch, in Ohio. Kentucky River and its tributaries, Kentucky. Wabash River and its tributaries, Indiana and Illinois. Mississinewa River and its tributaries, Indiana. Plum River and its tributaries, Carroll County, Illinois. Illinois River and its tributaries, including both creeks having the name "Crow", Gimlet Creek, Farm Creek, and Ten Mile Creek, in Illinois. Edwards River, Illinois. 1416 [53 STAT.