PUBLIC LAW 86-645-JULY 14, 1960
suant to a contract providing for repayment with interest within 50 years. The actual cost, or fair market value of lands, easements, rights-of-way, and work performed or services rendered prior to completion of construction of the project, which are furnished by a nonFederal entity, shall be included in the share of the cost to be borne by the non-Federal entity. COLUMBIA RIVER B A S I N
In addition to previous authorizations, there is hereby authorized to be appropriated the sum of $148,000,000 for the projects and plans for the Columbia River Basin, including the Willamette River Basin, authorized by the Flood Control Act of June 28, 1938, and subsequent Acts of Congress, including the Flood Control Acts of May 17, 1950, September 3, 1954, and July 3, 1958, and these projects and plans are hereby modified to include: The project for construction of the Foster Reservoir on the South Santiam River, Willamette River Basin, Oregon, is hereby authorized substantially in accordance with the recommendations of the Chief of Engineers in Senate Document Numbered 104, Eighty-sixth Congress, at an estimated cost of $17,340,000. SEC. 204. That, in recognition of the flood-control accomplishments of the multiple-purpose Merced River development including the Bagby, New Exchequer, and Snelling Dams and Reservoirs, proposed to be constructed on the Merced River by the Merced Irrigation District of California, there is hereby authorized to be appropriated a monetary contribution toward the construction cost of such development and the amount of such contribution shall be determined by the Secretary of the Army in cooperation with the Merced Irrigation District, subject to a findino- by the Secretary of the Army, approved by the President, of economic justification for allocation of the amount of flood control, such funds to be administered by the Secretary of the Army: Provided, That prior \,o making the monetary contribution or any part thereof, the Department of the Army and the Merced Irrigation District shall have entered into an agreement providing for operation of the dams and reservoirs in such manner as will produce the flood-control benefits upon which the monetary contribution is predicated, and such operation of the dams and reservoirs for flood control shall be in accordance with rules prescribed by the Secretary of the Army pursuant to the provisions of section 7 of the Flood Control Act of 1944 (58 Stat. 890): Provided further, That the funds appropriated under this authorization shall be administered by the Secretary of the Army in a manner which shall assure that the annual Federal contribution during the project construction period does not exceed the percentage of the annual expenditure for the dams and reservoirs which the total flood control contribution bears to the total cost of the dams and reservoirs: And provided further, That, unless contraction of the development is undertaken within four years from the date of enactment of this Act, the authority for the monetary contribution contained herein shall expire. SEC. 205. That, in recognition of the flood control accomplishments of the multiple purpose dam and reservoir (or dams and reservoirs) proposed to be constructed on the Mokelumne River by the East Bay Municipal Utility District of Oakland, California, there is hereby authorized to be appropriated a monetary contribution toward the construction cost of such clam and reservoir (or dams and reservoirs) and the amount of such contribution shall be determined by the Secretary of the Army in cooperation with the East Bay Municipal Utility District, and the Secretary of the Interior, subject to a finding by the Secretary of the Army, approved by the President, of economic
52 Stat. 1215. 64 Stat. 170; 68 Stat. 1248; 72 Stat. 297.
Merced River development.
33 USC 709.
Mokelumne River dam.