Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 54 Part 1.djvu/468

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[54 STAT. revenues shall be available during the fiscal year 1941 for the operation and maintenance of the commercial system; Colorado - B ig Colorado-Big Thompson project, Colorado: Not to exceed $50,000 Thompson Coo. from power revenues shall be available during the fiscal year 1941 for the operation and maintenance of the power system; Boise, Idaho. Boise project, Idaho: For operation and maintenance, $65,000; Minidoka, Idaho. Minidoka project, Idaho: For operation and maintenance, reserved Proiso. works, $11,600: Provided,That not to exceed $60,000 from the power revenues shall be available during the fiscal year 1941 for the opera- tion of the commercial system; and not to exceed $100,000 from power revenues shall be available during the fiscal year 1941 for continuation of construction, south side division; Buffalo Rapids, Buffalo Rapids project, Montana: For operation and maintenance, Mont. $25,000; NorthPlatteNebr. - North Platte project, Nebraska-Wyoming: Not to exceed $70,000 wyo from the power revenues shall be available during the fiscal year 1941, for the operation and maintenance of the commercial system; and not to exceed $6,000 from power revenues allocated to the North- port irrigation district under subsection I, section 4, of the Act of 4S tat. 03. December 5, 1924 (43 U. S . C . 501), shall be available during the fiscal year 1941 for payment on behalf of the Northport irrigation district, to the Farmers' irrigation district for carriage of water; and not to exceed $25,000 from power revenues shall be available for betterments and additions to the power system; Rio orande, Rio Grande project, New Mexico-Texas: For operation and main- N.Meo.Tex. tenance, $30,000: Provided, That not to exceed $50,000 from power revenues shall be available during the fiscal year 1941 for the opera- tion and maintenance of the power system; Owyhee, Oreg. Owyhee project, Oregon: For operation and maintenance, $115,000; Klamath, Oreg.- Klamath project, Oregon-California: For operation and mainte- Calfro. nance, $68,000: Provided, That revenues received from the lease of marginal lands, Tule Lake division, shall be available for refunds to the lessees m such cases where it becomes necessary to make refunds because of flooding or other reasons within the terms of such leases; Yakima, Wash. Yakima project Washington: For operation and maintenance, Provio. $250,000: Provided, That not to exceed $25,000 from power revenues shall be available during the fiscal year 1941 for operation and maintenance of the power system; Kendrick, Wyo. Kendrick project,Wyoming: Not to exceed $100,000 from the power revenues shall be available during the fiscal year 1941 for the opera- tion and maintenance of the power system; Rlverton, wyo. Riverton project, Wyoming: For operation and maintenance, roviso. $45,000: Provided, That not to exceed $30,000 from the power reve- nues shall be available during the fiscal year 1941 for the operation and maintenance of the commercial system; Shoshone, Wyo. Shoshone project, Wyoming: For operation and maintenance, Will- Proiso. wood division, $13,000: Provided, That not to exceed $30,000 from power revenues shall be available during the fiscal year 1941 for the operation and maintenance of the commercial system; noi and e Secondary and economic investigations: For cooperative and gen- eral investigations, including investigations necessary to determine the economic conditions and financial feasibility of projects and investigations and other activities relating to the reorganization, settlement of lands, and financial adjustments of existing projects, including examination of soils, classification of land, land-settlement activities, including advertising in newspapers and other publications, and obtaining general economic and settlement data, $25,000, together PUBLIC LAWS-IC. 395--JUNE 18, 1940 434