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Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 61 Part 1.djvu/498

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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 337-JULY 25, 1947 Pot, . Deschutes project, Oregon, $1,626,000, of which $100,000 shall be available toward emergency rehabilitation of the works of the Arnold Irrigation District, to be repaid in full under conditions satisfactory to the Secretary of the Interior; Klamath project, Oregon-California, $1,800,000; Ogden River project, Utah $30,000; Provo River project, Utah, $1,000,000, and in addition to this appro- priation the Commissioner of Reclamation is authorized to enter into contracts in an amount not in excess of $215,000; Shoshone project, Wyoming, Power division, $443,000; Total, construction, from reclamation fund, $11,876,750. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE Parker Dam power project, Arizona-California: Not to exceed $1,600,000 from power and other revenues shall be available for opera- tion and maintenance; Pot,p* M. Yuma project, Arizona-California: For operation and mainte- nance, $130,000: Provided,That not to exceed $32,000 from the power revenues shall be available for the operation and maintenance of the commercial system; Central Valley project, California: Not to exceed $800,000 from power revenues shall be available for the operation and maintenance of the power system; Colorado-Big Thompson project, Colorado: Not to exceed $130,000 from power revenues shall be available for the operation and mainte- nance of the power system; Boise project, Idaho: For operation and maintenance, $185,000; Minidoka project, Idaho: For operation and maintenance, reserved works, $75,000: Provided, That not to exceed $196,000 from the power revenues shall be available for the operation of the commercial system; North Platte project, Nebraska-Wyoming: Not to exceed $130,000 from the power revenues shall be available for the operation and maintenance of the commercial system; and not to exceed $6,000 from power revenues allocated to the Northport irrigation district under 43Stat. 7B. subsection I section 4, of the Act of December 5, 1924 (43 U. S . C. 501), shall be available for payment on behalf of the Northport irrigation district, to the Farmers' irrigation district for carriage of water; Rio Grande project, New Mexico-Texas: Not to exceed $220,000 from power revenues shall be available for the operation and mainte- nance of the power system; Deschutes project, Oregon: For operation and maintenance, $50,000; Owyhee project, Oregon: For operation and maintenance, $260,000; Klamath project, Oregon-California: For operation and mainte- nance, $200,000: Provided, That revenues received from the lease of marginal lands, Tule Lake division, shall be available for refunds to the lessees in such cases where it becomes necessary to make refunds because of flooding or other reasons within the terms of such leases; Columbia Basin project, Washington: Not to exceed $1,300,000 from power revenues shall be available for operation, maintenance, and replacements, including operation and maintenance of camp and other facilities turned over by construction contractors, and similar facili- ties and the furnishing of services related thereto; Yakima project, Washington: For operation and maintenance $300,000: Provided,That not to exceed $25,000 from power revenues shall be available for operation and maintenance of the power system; 474 [61 STAT.