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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 596-JULY 24, 1946 Mississippi. Oklahoma. Missouri. Arkansas. Illinois. Missouri. Wisconsin. West Virginia. Illinois. Tennessee. West Virginia and Pennsylvania. Iowa and Missouri. Wisconsin. Wisconsin and Illi- nois. Minnesota. Michigan. North Dakota. California and Ore- gon. Alaska. 65Stat. 650. 33 U. S. C.. Supp. V, I 701n. Rescue work. 50 Stat. 877. 33 U.S. C . 701g; Snpp. V, § 701g. Removal of debris, etc. Limitatam. Opookta Creek, Attala County, Mississippi, for flood control and drainage. Potacocowa Creek, Mississippi. Gates Creek and tributaries, Oklahoma, with a view to the comple- tion of the Fort Towson Dam and flood control reservoir. Lower Grand River, Missouri, with a view to providing protection from erosion and bank caving. Saint Francis River and its tributaries, Arkansas, with special refer- ence to Tyronza and Little Rivers; Big Creek; and Blackfish, Fifteen Mile, and Frenchman Bayous; and the tributaries of these streams for flood control, drainage, and allied purposes. Ouachita River Arkansas, with a view to providing navigation from Camden, Arkansas, to Rockport, Arkansas. Mississippi River at and in the vicinity of East Cape Girardeau and Clear Creek, North Alexander, Clear Creek, Preston and Miller Pond drainage and levee district, Illinois. Mississippi River at and in the vicinity of Perry County drainage and levee districts numbered 1, 2, and 3, Missouri. Mississippi River at and in the vicinity of La Crosse, Wisconsin, with a view to providing a small boat harbor improvement at Isle La Plume. Little Kanawha River and tributaries, West Virginia. Four Pole Creek, West Virginia. Lost Creek and tributaries, White and Hamilton Counties, Illinois. Wabash River at and in the vicinity of Mount Carmel, Illinois. Coal Creek and tributaries, Tennessee. Buffalo Creek and tributaries, West Virginia and Pennsylvania. Chariton River and tributaries, Iowa and Missouri. All streams and rivers, and tributaries thereof, flowing into Lake Superior in Ashland, Bayfield, or Douglas Counties, Wisconsin. Fox River and its tributaries, Wisconsin, for flood control and other purposes. Pecatonica River and tributaries, Wisconsin and Illinois. Lost River and tributaries, Minnesota. Root River and tributaries, Minnesota. Clinton River and tributaries, Michigan. Sagining River and tributaries, Michigan. Red River and its tributaries, North Dakota, for flood control and other purposes. Smith River and tributaries, California and Oregon. Gold Creek and tributaries, Alaska. Chena Slough, Alaska. SEC. 12. That section 5 of the Flood Control Act of August 18, 1941, is hereby amended to read as follows: "That the Secretary of War is hereby authorized to allot, from any appropriations heretofore or hereafter made for flood control, not to exceed $2,000,000 for any one fiscal year to be expended in rescue work or in the repair or maintenance of any flood-control work threatened or destroyed by flood." SEC. 13. That section 2 of the Flood Control Act of August 28, 1937, as amended, is hereby further amended to read as follows: "That the Secretary of War is hereby authorized to allot not to exceed $1,000,000 from any appropriations heretofore or hereafter made for any one fiscal year for flood control, for removing accu- mulated snags and other debris, and clearing and straightening the channel in navigable streams and tributaries thereof, when in the opinion of the Chief of Engineers such work is advisable in the interest of flood control: Provided, That not more than $50,000 shall be expended for this purpose for any single tributary from the appropriations for any one fiscal year." 652 [60 STAT.