33 U.S. Code SUBCHAPTER II— WATERS DECLARED NONNAVIGABLE: CHANGE OF NAME

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  1. § 21. Bayou Cocodrie, Louisiana
  2. § 22. Bayou Meto, Arkansas
  3. § 23. Bear Creek, Mississippi
  4. § 24. Big Tarkio River, Missouri
  5. § 25. Cache River, Arkansas
  6. § 26. Calumet River, Cook County, Illinois, old channel
  7. § 26a. Additional portion of Calumet River, old channel, abandoned as navigable water
  8. § 26b. Portion of Calumet River, Chicago, as nonnavigable stream
  9. § 27. Chicago River at Chicago, Illinois
  10. § 27a. Chicago River, West Fork of South Branch
  11. § 27b. Chicago River, West arm of South Fork of South Branch
  12. § 28. Crum River; old channel at mouth, Delaware Bay
  13. § 29. Cuivre River, Missouri
  14. § 29a. East River, Wisconsin
  15. § 30. Grand River, Missouri, above Brunswick
  16. § 31. Iowa River, Iowa, above Toolsboro
  17. § 32. Lake George, Mississippi
  18. § 33. Little River, Arkansas, from Big Lake to Marked Tree
  19. § 34. Mill Slough, Oregon
  20. § 35. Mississippi River, West Channel, opposite La Crosse, Wisconsin
  21. § 36. Mosquito Creek, South Carolina
  22. § 37. Nodaway River, Missouri
  23. § 38. Oklawaha River, Florida; Kyle and Young Canal and “Morrison Landing extension” substituted
  24. § 39. Ollala Slough, Oregon
  25. § 40. One Hundred and Two River, Missouri
  26. § 41. Osage River, Missouri
  27. § 42. Platte River, Missouri
  28. § 43. Saint Marys River, Ohio and Indiana
  29. § 44. Sturgeon Bay, Illinois
  30. § 45. Swan Creek, Toledo, Ohio
  31. § 46. Tchula Lake, Mississippi
  32. § 47. Eagle Lake, Louisiana-Mississippi
  33. § 48. Noxubee River, Mississippi
  34. § 49. Bayou Saint John in New Orleans
  35. § 50. Turtle Bay and Turtle Bayou, Texas
  36. § 51. Scajaquada Creek, New York
  37. § 52. Park River, Connecticut
  38. § 53. Benton Harbor Canal, Michigan
  39. § 53a. Additional portion of Benton Harbor Canal, abandoned as navigable water
  40. § 54. Burr Creek, Bridgeport, Connecticut
  41. § 55. Bayou Savage (or Chantilly) in New Orleans
  42. § 56. Fort Point Channel and South Bay, Boston, Massachusetts
  43. § 57. Pike Creek, Wisconsin
  44. § 58. Acushnet River section of New Bedford and Fairhaven Harbor, Massachusetts
  45. § 59. West River in West Haven, Connecticut
  46. § 59a. Back Cove, Portland, Maine
  47. § 59b. Bayous Terrebonne and LeCarpe, Louisiana
  48. § 59c. East River, New York
  49. § 59c–1. East and Hudson Rivers, New York
  50. § 59c–2. East River, New York
  51. § 59c–3. Queens County, New York
  52. § 59d. River Raisin, Michigan
  53. § 59e. Bayou Lafourche, Louisiana
  54. § 59e–1. Additional portion of Bayou Lafourche, Louisiana
  55. § 59f. Boston Inner Harbor and Fort Point Channel, Massachusetts
  56. § 59g. Steele and Washington Bayous, and Lake Washington, Mississippi
  57. § 59h. Northern Embarcadero area, San Francisco, California
  58. § 59h–1. San Francisco, California, waterfront area
  59. § 59i. Patapsco River, Maryland
  60. § 59j. Delaware River, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; permanent structures
  61. § 59j–1. Declaration of nonnavigability for portions of the Delaware River
  62. § 59k. Wicomico River, Maryland
  63. § 59l. Nonapplicability of prohibitions and provisions for review and approval concerning wharves and piers
  64. § 59m. Lake Oswego, Oregon; Lake Coeur d’Alene, Idaho; and Lake George, New York
  65. § 59n. Hudson River, Hudson County, New Jersey
  66. § 59n–1. Caven Point, New Jersey
  67. § 59o. Hackensack River, Hudson County, New Jersey
  68. § 59p. Kenduskeag Stream, Penobscot County, Maine
  69. § 59q. Erie Basin, Buffalo Harbor, New York
  70. § 59q–1. Union Canal, Outer Buffalo Harbor, New York
  71. § 59r. Trent River, Craven County, North Carolina
  72. § 59s. Green River, Washington
  73. § 59t. Burnham Canal, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  74. § 59u. Lawyer’s Ditch, Essex County, New Jersey
  75. § 59v. Middle River, Maryland
  76. § 59w. Norton Basin and Jamaica Bay, New York
  77. § 59x. Exemption from General Bridge Act of 1946
  78. § 59y. Declaration of nonnavigability for portions of Coney Island Creek and Gravesend Bay, New York
  79. § 59z. Declaration of nonnavigability of bodies of water in Ridgefield, New Jersey
  80. § 59aa. Nonnavigability of Wisconsin River
  81. § 59bb. Declaration of nonnavigability for portions of Lake Erie
  82. § 59bb–1. Declaration of nonnavigability for Lake Erie, New York
  83. § 59cc. Declaration of nonnavigability of portion of Hudson River, New York
  84. § 59dd. Declaration of nonnavigability of portions of Cleveland Harbor, Ohio
  85. § 59ee. Portion of Sacramento River Barge Canal declared to not be navigable waters of United States
  86. § 59ee–1. Declaration of nonnavigability for portion of Sacramento Deep Water Ship Channel
  87. § 59ff. Declaration of nonnavigability for portions of Pelican Island, Texas
  88. § 59gg. Declaration of nonnavigability for portions of Cuyahoga County, Ohio
  89. § 59hh. Declaration of nonnavigability for portion of Pelican Island, Texas
  90. § 59ii. Declaration of nonnavigability of a portion of the canal known as the James River and Kanawha Canal in Richmond, Virginia
  91. § 59jj. Designation of nonnavigability for portions of Gloucester County, New Jersey
  92. § 59kk. Wateree River
  93. § 59ll. Central Delaware River, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania