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[54 STAT. PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 395-JUNE 18, 1940 Humboldt, Nev. Humboldt project, Nevada, $100,000; Carlsbad, N. Mex. Carlsbad project, New Mexico, $100,000; Rio orande. Rio Grande project New Mexico-Texas, $72,000; Deschutes, Oreg. Deschutes project,Oregon, $400,000; Klamath, Oreg.- Klamath project, Oregon-California, $200,000: Provided, That Ao0iso. expenditures from this appropriation and from any other appropria- tion for the construction of the Modoc Unit shall be reimbursed from net revenues hereafter received from the lease of grazing and farming lands within the Tule Lake Division, notwithstanding the provisions 43 .S.c. 501. of subsection I of section 4 of the Act of December 5, 1924 (43 Stat. 703; 43 U. S. C. 373a); Provo River, Utah. Provo River project, Utah, $1,250,000; Yakima, Wash. Yakima project, Washington, Roza division, $500,000; Kendrick, Wyo. Kendrick project, Wyoming, $900,000; Riverton, Wyo. Riverton project, Wyoming, $200,000; Shoshone, Wyo. Shoshone project, Wyoming: Heart Mountain division, $350,000; tioeser investiga- General investigations: To enable the Secretary of the Interior through the Bureau of Reclamation, to carry on engineering and economic investigations of proposed Federal reclamation projects, surveys for reconstruction, rehabilitation, or extensions of existing projects, and studies of water conservation and development plans, including Colorado River Basin investigations, such investigations, surveys, and studies to be carried on by said Bureau either independ- ently, or, if deemed advisable by the Secretary of the Interior, in cooperation with State agencies and other Federal agencies, including the Corps of Engineers, National Resources Planning Board, and the Federal Power Commission, $600,000; Administrative ex- For administrative expenses on account of the above projects, pens es. including personal services (not to exceed $90,000) and other expenses in the District of Columbia and personal services and other expenses in the field, $750,000; Tot a l. Total, construction, from reclamation fund, $8,472,000. Public Works Ad- The Public Works Administration allotments made available to ministration. Allotments, etc., the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, pursuant continued available. 48 Stat^. 19"5 . to the National Industrial Recovery Act of June 16, 1933, either by direct allotments or by transfer of allotments originally made to another Department or agency, and the allocations made to the Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation, from the appro- 49Stat. ll 15;0Stat. priation contained in the mergency Relief Appropriation Act of 352.52 Stat. 816. ro ation of 35ta. 1935 the Emergency Relief Appropriation Act of 1937, and the Public Works Administration Appropriation Act of 1938, shall remain available for the purposes for which allotted during the fiscal year 1941. Total. Total, from reclamation fund, $9,374,600. Colorado River To defray the cost of operating and maintaining the Colorado front work and levee system. River front work and levee system adjacent to the Yuma Federal irrigation project in Arizona and California, subject only to sec- tion 4 of the Act entitled "An Act authorizing the construction, repair, and preservation of certain public works on rivers and har- 44 Stat. 1016. bors, and for other purposes", approved January 21, 1927 (44 Stat. 53 stat. 717 . 1010), $15,000, together with the unexpended balance of the appro- priation for the fiscal year 1940. Boulder Canyon. Boulder Canyon project: For the continuation of construction of the Boulder Dam and incidental works in the main stream of the Colorado River at Black Canyon, to create a storage reservoir, and of a complete plant and incidental structures suitable for the fullest economic development of electrical energy from the water Acquisitionoflands, discharged from such reservoir; to acquire by proceedings in eminent domain, or otherwise, all lands, rights-of-way, and other property 436