PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 680 -OCT. 12 , 1949 Moorhead Dam and Reservoir, Mont. Canyon Ferry Res- ervoir. 62 Stat. 235 . 43 U. S. C., Supp. II, § 618a (e). 61 Stat. 476 . 62 Stat. 235. 43 U. S. C., Supp. II, § 618a (e). 43 U. S. C., Supp. II, § 618 (a). Report to congres- sional committees. 54 Stat. 774. 43U.S.C.I618a; Supp. II, §618a. 54 Stat. 774 . 43 U. S. C., Supp. II, §618. 43 U. . C. §618a; Supp. II, §618a. construction of the Glendo unit or any feature thereof, until a definite plan report thereon has been completed, reviewed by the States of Nebraska, Wyoming, and Colorado and approved by Congress: Pro- vided further, That no part of this or prior appropriations shall be used for construction, nor for further commitments to construction of Moorhead Dam and Reservoir, Montana, or any feature thereof until a definite plan report thereon has been completed, reviewed by the States of Wyoming and Montana, and approved by the Congress: Providedfurther, That no part of this appropriation shall be available or used to maintain or operate Canyon Ferry Reservoir at a higher maximum normal pool elevation than three thousand seven hundred and sixty-six feet, unless and until new land in Broadwater County, Montana, equal in acreage to the irrigated land to be inundated in Canyon Ferry Reservoir above elevation of three thousand seven hundred and sixty-six feet is provided with facilities for irrigation. COLORADO RIVER DAM FUND Boulder Canyon project: For operation, maintenance, and replace- ments of the dam, power plant, and other facilities, of the Boulder Canyon project, $1,600,000, payable from the Colorado River dam fund, including payments to the Boulder City school district in accord- ance with the provisions of Public Law 528, approved May 12, 1948: Provided, That not to exceed $5,662.22 from the unobligated balance of the appropriation for operation, maintenance, and replacements of the dam, power plant, and other facilities of the Boulder Canyon project contained in the Interior Department Appropriation Act, 1948, may be utilized for additional payments to the Boulder City school district for the school year 1947-1948, to carry out the purposes of said Public Law 528. Said payments for dependents of those employees of the Bureau of Reclamation directly employed in the construction, operation, and maintenance of the project shall be deemed a part of the cost of operation and maintenance of said project under section 1 (a) of the Boulder Canyon Project Adjustment Act (Act of July 19, 1940, 54 Stat. 774). Other such payments shall be deemed nonproject costs. The Secretary shall submit to the Appropriations Committees annually a justification showing all investments and expenditures made or proposed out of the Colorado River dam fund, for the joint use of the project and of other Federal activities at or near Boulder City. In the proportion that such investments and expenditures were or shall be for the use of such other Federal activities and not related to the construction, operation, or maintenance of the project they shall be deemed nonproject investments and expenditures. The obligation under the provision of section 2 of the said Act to repay to the United States Treasury advances and readvances to the Colorado River dam fund which obligation is made the basis for computation of rates under the provisions of section 1 of said Act, shall be diminished in the amount that nonproject investments or expenditures are or have been made from said fund and the rates computed pursuant to said section 1 of said Act shall reflect such diminution. COLORADO RIVER DEVELOPMENT FUND Colorado River development fund (expenditure account): For investigations of projects for the utilization of waters of the Colorado River system in the four States of the upper division, as authorized by section 2 of the Boulder Canyon Project Adjustment Act, approved July 19, 1940 (54 Stat. 774), $500,000 from the Colorado River devel- opment fund (holding account), to remain available until expended: Provided,That the existence of this appropriation item shall not pre- 784 [63 STAT.