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Title 33 Part 66 → Subpart 66.05 → §66.05-100

Title 33 → Chapter I → Subchapter C → Part 66 → Subpart 66.05 → §66.05-100

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Title 33 Part 66 → Subpart 66.05 → §66.05-100

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Title 33Chapter ISubchapter CPart 66Subpart 66.05 → §66.05-100


Title 33: Navigation and Navigable Waters
PART 66—PRIVATE AIDS TO NAVIGATION
Subpart 66.05—State Aids to Navigation


§66.05-100   Designation of navigable waters as State waters for private aids to navigation.

In accordance with the procedures contained in §66.05-10(d), the following navigable waters listed by the State in which they are located, are designated as State waters for private aids to navigation:

(a) Arizona. The portion of Lake Havasu within the State, except that portion within Havasu Lake National Wildlife Refuge.

(b) Louisiana. The portion of Toledo Bend Reservoir within the State.

(c) Missouri. Teach water within the State except the:

(1) Mississippi River; and

(2) Missouri River.

(d) Montana. The portion of Missouri River between the U.S. Highway 287 bridge near Townsend and Great Falls including the following impoundments:

(1) Black Eagle Dam Reservoir.

(2) Canyon Ferry Reservoir.

(3) Hauser Lake.

(4) Holter Lake.

(5) Rainbow Dam Reservoir.

(e) North Carolina. Navigable waters within the State not marked with Coast Guard aids to navigation on June 1, 1973.

(f) Pennsylvania. The portion of Youghiogheny River Reservoir within the State.

(f-1) South Carolina. (1) The portion of Lake Wylie within the State; (2) Lake Marion; (3) Lake Moultrie; and (4) Lake Murray.

(g) Texas. The portion of Toledo Bend Reservoir within the State.

(h) Virginia. (1) Claytor Lake, on the New River in Pulaski County.

(2) Leesville Lake, on the Roanoke River below Smith Mountain Dam.

(3) The portions of the following reservoirs within the State:

(i) Gaston.

(ii) Holston.

(iii) John H. Kerr.

(iv) Philpott.

(i) Wisconsin. Navigable waters within the State not marked with Coast Guard aids to navigation as of May 1, 1996.

[CGD 72-154R, 38 FR 33473, Dec. 5, 1973, as amended by CGD 76-015, 41 FR 12879, Mar. 29, 1976; CGD 80-132, 46 FR 27643, May 21, 1981; CGD 98-3604, 63 FR 55947, Oct. 20, 1998; USCG-2001-10714, 69 FR 24982, May 5, 2004]


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