We now conclude our listing of ships which are laid up at various lake and river ports. With certain ports excepted, we list only major commercial vessels and, unless specially noted, we do not include small ferries, tugs, scows, derrick boats, etc.
Toledo: ASHLAND, WILLIS B. BOYER, COURTNEY BURTON, CADILLAC, CHAMPLAIN, COLUMBIA STAR, ADAM E. CORNELIUS, FRANK R. DENTON, JOSEPH H. FRANTZ, EDWARD B. GREENE, ALASTAIR GUTHRIE, W. W. HOLLOWAY, KINSMAN INDEPENDENT, SAM LAUD, WILLIAM G. MATHER, WILLIAM A. McGONAGLE, McKEE SONS, NICOLET, ROBERT C. NORTON, CRISPIN OGLEBAY, PONTIAC, RICHARD J. REISS, WILLIAM A. REISS, RESERVE, WILLIAM R. ROESCH, GEORGE A. SLOAN, WILLIAM P. SNYDER JR., WALTER A. STERLING, SYLVANIA, THOMAS WILSON.
Sturgeon Bay: AMERICAN MARINER, AMERICAN REPUBLIC, AMOCO INDIANA, ARMCO, G. A. BOECKLING (former ferry-to be restored), ROGER BLOUGH, HANNAH 6301 (barge-grounding repairs), MESABI MINER, MIDDLETOWN, PIONEER, ST. CLAIR, SPARROWS POINT, FRED R. WHITE JR.
Quebec City: C.C.G.S. BEAUPORT, BEAUPRE (survey), BETSIAMITES (barge), C.C. G.S. JEAN BOURDON, KAY COLE (tug), D.P.W. NO. 130 (dredge), FEUILLE D'ERABLE (tug), FORT MINGAN (coaster), GRUE-DES-ILES (ferry), ARTHUR IMBAUD (ferry), JEAN-RAYMOND (barge), LOUIS JOLLIET (excursion steamer), LAVAL (tug), LE CLAPOTIS NO. 189308 (scow), MENIER CONSOL (coaster), C.C.G.S. NICOLET, PETREL V (survey), RADISSON (ferry), SAULT-AU-COCHON (barge), SIEUR D'AMOURS (ferry), SILLERY (bunkers tanker), CAPITAINE SIMARD (tug), TECHNO-MINGAN (tug), TECHNO -ST -LAURENT (tug), C.C.G.S. VILLE-MARIE.
By the time our next issue reaches you, the boats will be running again and lay-up lists will be far from our minds. As it is only with the help of our correspondents that we are able to produce these reports each year, we are very grateful to all who responded to our requests for information. We extend sincere thanks to the following, whose reports enabled us to put this month's listings together: Neil Bauman, Duff Brace, Alain Gindroz, Paul Jagenow, Jim Kaysen, Andy LaBorde, Buck Longhurst, Scott McLellan, Ralph Roberts, Christopher Rottiers, Ed Schwartz, Andy Sykora, Larry Tonnos, Michel Vezina, and Dr. Richard J. Wright ("Lake Log Chips").
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