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BRIDGE ACROSS CLARKS FORK RIVER AT OR NEAR

IONE, WASH.

JANUARY 13, 1932.—Referred to the House Calendar and ordered to be printed

Mr. LEA, from the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce,

submitted the following

REPORT

[To accompany H. R. 419)

The Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, to whom was referred the bill (H. R. 419) granting the consent of Congress to Pend Oreille County, Wash., to construct, maintain, and operate a free highway bridge across the Clarks Fork River at or near Ione, Wash.,

having considered the same, report thereon with a recommendation that it pass.

The bill has the approval of the War and Agriculture Departments, as will appear by the letters attached.

WAR DEPARTMENT,

December 24, 1931. Respectfully returned to the chairman Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives.

So far as the interests committed to this department are concerned, I know of no objection to the favorable consideration of the accompanying bill (H. R. 419, 72d Cong., 1st sess.) granting the consent of Congress to Pend Oreille County, Wash., to construct a free highway bridge across the Clarks Fork River at or near Ione, Wash.

PATRICK J. HURLEY,

Secretary of War.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,

Washington, December 23, 1931. Hon. Sam RAYBURN, Chairman Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce,

House of Representatives. DEAR MR. RAYBURN: Careful consideration has been given to the bill, H. R. 419, transmitted with your letter of December 16 with request for a report thereon and such views relative thereto as the department might desire to communicate.

This bill will authorize Pend Oreille County, State of Washington, to construct, maintain, and operate a free highway bridge and approaches thereto across the Clarks Fork River, at or near Ione, Wash. The location indicated for the proposed bridge is not on the system of Federal-aid highways approved for Washingtlh. However, the bill provides for a free bridge and is without objection so far as this department is concerned. Sincerely yours,

R. W. DUNLAP, Acting Secretary. O

BRIDGE ACROSS MISSOURI RIVER AT OR NEAR

GARRISON, N. DAK.

JANUARY 13, 1932.— Referred to the House Calendar and ordered to be printed.

Mr. BURTNESS, from the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Com

merce, submitted the following

REPORT

(To accompany H. R. 474)

The Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, to whom was referred the bill (H. R. 474) granting the consent of Congress to the State of North Dakota to construct, maintain, and operate a free highway bridge across the Missouri River at or near Garrison, N. Dak., having considered the same, report thereon with a recommendation that it pass.

The bill has the approval of the War and Agriculture Departments, as will appear by the letters attached.

WAR DEPARTMENT, December 22, 1931. Respectfully returned to the chairman Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives.

So far as the interests committed to this department are concerned, I know of no objection to the favorable consideration of the accompanying bill (H. R. 474, 72d Cong., 1st sess.) granting the consent of Congress to the State of North Dakota to construct a free highway bridge across the Missouri River at or near Garrison, N. Dak.

PATRICK J. HURLEY,

Secretary of War.

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,

Washington, December 23, 1931. Hon. Sam RAYBURN, Chairman Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce,

House of Representatives. DEAR MR. RAYBURN: Careful consideration has been given to the bill H. R. 474, transmitted with your letter of December 16 with request for a report thereon and such views relative thereto as the department might desire to communicate.

HR—72–1—Vol 1-11

This bill would authorize the State of North Dakota to construct, maintain, and operate a free highway bridge and approaches thereto across the Missouri River, at or near Garrison, N. Dak. The location of the proposed bridge is not on the system of Federal aid highways approved for North Dakota. However, the proposed authorization is to the State of North Dakota. The department, therefore, would recommend favorable action on the bill. Sincerely yours,

R. W. DUNLAP, Acting Secretary.

BRIDGE ACROSS MISSOURI RIVER AT OR NEAR

CULBERTSON, MONT.

JANUARY 13, 1932.-Referred to the House Calendar and ordered to be printed

Mr. LEA, from the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce,

submitted the following

REPORT

(To accompany H. R. 4695)

The Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, to whom was referred the bill (H. R. 4695) to extend the time for commencing and completing the construction of a bridge across the Missouri River at or near Culbertson, Mont., having considered and amended the same, report thereon with a recommendation that it pass.

Amend the bill as follows: Page 1, line 7, after the date “July 3, 1930,” insert the following, “heretofore extended by an act of Congress approved February 20, 1931,"; line 8, before the word "extended”, insert the word “further."

The bill has the approval of the War and Agriculture Departments, as will appear by the letters attached. The acts of Congress referred to in the bill are as follows:

(Public-No. 517——71st Congress)

(H. R. 12920) AN ACT Granting the consent of Congress to the State of Montana and the counties of Roosevelt and

Richland, or any of them, to construct, maintain, and operate a free highway bridge across the Missouri River at or near Culbertson, Montana

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the consent of Congress is hereby granted to the State of Montana and the counties of Roosevelt and Richland, or any of them, to construct, maintain, and operate a free highway bridge and approaches thereto across the Missouri River, at a point suitable to the interests of navigation, at or near Culbertson, Montana, in accordance with the provisions of an act entitled "An act to regulate the construction of bridges over navigable waters,” approved March 23, 1906.

SEC. 2. The right to alter, amend, or repeal this act is hereby expressly reserved. Approved, July 3, 1930.

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