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60 STAT.] 79TH OONG., 2D SESS.-C-H . 596-JULY 24, 1946 OHIO RIVER BASIN In addition to previous authorizations, there is hereby authorized to be appropriated the sum of $125,000,000 for the prosecution of the comprehensive plan for the Ohio River Basin approved in the Act of June 28, 1938, as amended and supplemented by subsequent Acts of Congress including: (1) Such channel rectification works or other measures at or below the Muskingum River Reservoirs as in the dis- cretion of the Chief of Engineers and the Secretary of War may be found necessary to provide for the most efficient operation of those reservoirs, at an estimated cost of $2,200,000, and (2) the following projects in tributary basins, namely: The local flood-protection works at Galax, Virginia, on Chestnut Creek, substantially in accordance with the recommendations of the Chief of Engineers in House Document Numbered 506, Seventy- eighth Congress, first session, at an estimated cost of $276,125; The plan of improvement for flood control in the Wabash River Basin, Illinois and Indiana, substantially in accordance with the recommendations of the Chief of Engineers in his report dated April 9, 1946, at an estimated cost of $9,366,000; The local flood-protection works at Olean, New York, on Allegheny River, substantially in accordance with the recommendations of the Chief of Engineers in his report dated April 12, 1946, at an estimated cost of $2,282,400; The local flood-protection works at Portville, New York, on Alle- gheny River, substantially in accordance with the recommendations of the Chief of Engineers in his report dated April 12, 1946, at an esti- mated cost of $1,281,500; The local flood-protection works at Allegany, New York, on the Allegheny River, substantially in accordance with the recommenda- tions of the Chief of Engineers in his report, dated April 12, 1946, at an estimated cost of $388,800; The project for the West Fork Reservoir on the West Fork of Mill Creek in Ohio, substantially in accordance with the recommendations of the Chief of Engineers in his report dated April 8, 1946, at an estimated cost of $1,527,000. GREAT LAKES BASIN The project for flood protection at Mount Clemens and vicinity, Michigan, on Clinton River, is hereby authorized substantially in accordance with the recommendations in House Document Numbered 694, Seventy-ninth Congress, second session, at an estimated cost of $378,000. BRAZOS RIVER BASIN The project for the Belton Reservoir on Leon River, Texas, is hereby authorized substantially in accordance with the recommendations of the Chief of Engineers in his report dated April 19, 1946, at an esti- mated cost of $15,500,000. Of the conservation storage capacity provided by such reservoir, not to exceed forty-five thousand acre-feet of such capacity shall be available for irrigation purposes in the Leon, Lampasas, and Little River Valleys. The project for flood protection at Eastland, on Leon River, Texas, is hereby authorized substantially in accordance with the recommen- dations of the Chief of Engineers in his report dated April 19, 1946, at an estimated cost of $82,800. 649 Additional appro- priation authorized. 52 Stat. 1215. 33U.S.C.§70lb et se.; Supp. V, I 701b et seq. Galax, Va. Wabash River Ba- sin, Ill. and Ind. Olean, N. Y. Portville, N . Y. Allegany, N. Y . West Fork eser- voir. Ohio. Mount Clement, Mich. Belton Reservoir, Tex. Iniland,ti Eastland, Tex.