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PUBLIC LAWS-CIH. 595-JULY 24, 1946 Alabama and Flor- ida. Georgia. Mississippi. Louisiana. Texas. Arkansas. Oklahoma and Ar- kansas. Arkansas. Mississippi and Tennessee. Minnesota. Missouri. South Dakota and Nebraska. Illinois. Minnesota. Wisconsin. Lake Superior. Michigan. Indiana Ohio. New York. Blind Pass, Pinellas County, Florida. Pass-a -Grille Pass, Pinellas County, Florida. Julington Creek, Florida. Little Pottsburg Creek, Florida. Rice Creek, Putnam County, Florida. Sebastian Inlet, Florida. West Palm Beach Canal, Hillsboro Canal, New River Canal, and Miami Canal, for the purpose of raising the water table in the area of Lake Okeechobee, Florida. Boca Raton Inlet, Florida, including connection with the Intra- coastal Waterway. Saint George Sound at East Point, Florida. East Point, Apalachicola Bay, Florida. Apalachicola Bay, Florida, with a view to constructing a yacht basin. West Gap, Saint George Island, Florida. Waterway from Saint Mary DeGalvez Bay, across Santa Rosa Peninsula, to Sound Bay, Florida. Choctawhatchee River, Alabama and Florida. Flint River, Georgia. Sioux Bayou and connecting waterways, Mississippi. Bayou Segnette, Louisiana. Channel from Port Lavaca, Texas, and Palacios, Texas, to the Gulf of Mexico by way of Pass Cavallo, Cotton Bayou or any other suit- able outlet to the Gulf of Mexico. Turtle Cove. Texas. Arkansas River, from Little Rock, Arkansas, to Mississippi River via Grand Prairie. Arkansas and Canadian Rivers, Oklahoma and Arkansas. Mississippi River at West Memphis, Arkansas, with a view to the construction of a harbor. Hatchie River, Mississippi and Tennessee, in the interest of navi- gation and flood control. Harbor at Springsteel Island, Lake of the Woods, Minnesota. Lake Taneycomo, Missouri. Mississippi River at Louisiana, Missouri. Gavins Point, on the Missouri River, South Dakota and Nebraska. Lake De Pue in Bureau County, Illinois, and its connecting chan- nels to the Illinois River. Mississippi River at Winona, Minnesota. Wisconsin River, Wisconsin. Lake Superior shore line from Middle Island Point south to the mouth of Carp River with a view to providing a harbor for light- draft vessels. Black River, Port Huron, Michigan. Charlevoix Harbor, Michigan: The South Arm, with a view to the construction of a breakwater at or near East Jordan. Leland Harbor, Michigan, with a view to shore protection. Millecoquin River, Michigan, and the adjacent waters of Lake Michigan. Grand Traverse Bay on Lake Michigan and adjacent waters, with a view to the establishment of a suitable lock system to permit the passage of boats between Grand Traverse Bay and Torch Lake and other lakes in Antrim County, Michigan. West Fork of White River, Indiana. Fairport Harbor, Ohio, with a view to shore protection. Muskingum River, Ohio. Cattaraugus Creek, New York. Irondequoit Bay, New York. 640 [60 STAT.