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251 60 STAT.] 79TH CONG. , 2D SESS. -CH. 328 -JUNE 11, 1946 (b) Deliveries to Colorado of direct flow water below the Canyon Mouth shall be Imalde by New Mexico in accordance with the following schedule: DELIVERIES OF DIRECT FLOW WATER TO COLORADO DURING IRRIGATION SEASON Usable discharge of creek Incremental at canyon; allocations to mouth Colorado gaging (c. f. s.) station (c. f. s.) (1) 25.00 36.85 38.62 44.91 50.91 56.48 61. 48 64.22 139. 70 (2A) 6.55 2.53 .38 4.04 2.24 .13 27. 55 I (2B) 1.00 6.00 1.00 Point of inter- state delivery (3) Acequia Madre-_ Cerro Canal --_. Acequia Madre- Cerro Canal- .. . Creek------- Cerro Canal Creek..- -- - Cerro Canal-- -- Creek- ..- ... Cerro Canal-- .- Cumula- tive allo- cations to Colorado (c.f. s.) (4) 9.08 13. 50 14.50 16.74 22.74 22.87 23.87 51. 42 The actual discharges of Costilla Creek at the canyon mouth gaging station at which the various blocks of direct flow water become effective shall equal the flows set forth In column (1) increased by the trans- mission losses necessary to deliver those flows to the headgates of the respective direct flow ditches. The delivery of ditch water at the boundary shall equal the allocation set forth in column (2a) reduced by the transmission losses between the headgate of the ditch and the point where the ditch crosses the boundary. The allocations to be delivered to Colorado through the Cerro Canal represent in each and all cases 36.6 per cent of those blocks of direct flow water of the Costilla Reservoir system which are subject to adjustment as provided in subsection (e) of this article. The delivery of water in the creek at the boundary shall equal the allocation set forth in column (2b) increased by the transmission losses between the boundary and the headgate of the Colorado ditch which is to receive the water. The above table is compiled on the basis of the delivery to Colorado at the Boundary of thirty-six and five-tenths per cent (36.5%) of all direct flow water of the Costilla Reservoir System diverted by the Cerro Canal and the delivery at the Boundary of all other direct flow water allocated to Colorado, in the order of priority, all such deliveries to be adjusted for transmission losses. In the event of change in the Usable Capacity of the Costilla Reservoir, Colorado's share of Cerro Canal diversions, to be delivered at the Boundary and adjusted for transmission losses, shall be determined by the percentages set forth in Column (4) of the table which appears in subsection (e) of this Article. l l Remarks (5) When the usable discharge of the creek is less than 25.00 c. f . s ., deliver to Colorado 26.20 percent of usable discharge adjusted for trans- mission losses. When the usable discharge of the creek is less than 25.00 c. f . s ., deliver to Colorado J0.13 percent of usable discharge adjusted for trans- mission losses. When the usable discharge of the creek is in excess of 25.38c. f.s. and less than36.88 c. f. s., deliver to Colorado 3.26 percent of usable dis- charge adjusted for transmission losses. When the usable discharge of the creek is in excess of 25.38c. f.s. and less than36.88 c. f.s., deliver to Colorado 35.11 percent of usable dis- charge adjusted for transmission losses. When the usable discharge of the creek is in excess of 37.62 c. f. s. and lessthan 38.62 c. f.s., deliver to Colorado all of usable discharge adjusted for transmission losses. When the usable discharge of the creek is in excess of 38.62 c. f.s. and less than44.76c. f. s., deliver to Colorado 36.5 percent of usable dis- charge adjusted for transmission losses. When the usable discharge of the creek is in excess of 44.91 c. f.s. and lessthan 50.91 c. f. s., deliver to Colorado all of usable discharge adjusted for transmission losses. When the usable discharge of the creek is in excess of 55.35 c. f. s. and less than 56.48 c. f . s., deliver to Colorado 11.18 percent of usable dis- charge adjusted for transmission losses. When the usable discharge of the creek is in excess of 60.48 c.f. s. and lessthan 61.48 c. f.s., deliver to Colorado all of usable discharge adjusted for transmission losses. At usable creek discharge of 64.22 c. f. s . the Cerro Canal direct flow permit becomes oper- ative after 1,000 acre-feet has been stored in Eastldale Reservoir No. 1 . When the usable discharge of the creek is in excess of64.22 c. f. s. and less than 139.70 c. f. s., deliver to Colorado 36.5 percent of usable dis- charge adjusted for transmission losses. ---




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