Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 57 Part 1.djvu/489

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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 219--JULY 12, 1943 Reimbursement of school district for in- struction. Personal services. Ante, p. 472. Report to Congress. Preparation of raw public lands for irri- gation farming. power plant, and other facilities, including payment to the Boulder City School District, as reimbursement for instruction during the 1943-1944 school year in the schools operated by said district of each pupil who is a dependent of any'employee of the United States, living in or in the immediate vicinity of Boulder City, in the sum of $45 per semester per pupil in average daily attendance at said schools, payable after the term of instruction in any semester has been com- pleted, under regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary, which amounts of $775,000 and $900,000 shall be available for personal services in the District of Columbia (not to exceed $25,000) and in the field and for all other objects of expenditure that are specified for projects hereinbefore included in this Act under the caption "Bureau of Reclamation, administrative provisions and limitations", without regard to the amounts of the limitations therein set forth: Provided, That the Secretary of the Interior shall make a report to the Congress prior to December 31, 1943, on expenditures from the Colorado River Dam Fund incurred in the construction, operation, and maintenance of Boulder City, together with his recommendations for allocations of such expenditures between the construction, operation, and mainte- nance of the Boulder Canyon project and other Federal activities in Boulder City. Boulder Canyon project (All-American Canal): Not to exceed $100,000 from unexpended balances of appropriations for this project shall be available for land leveling, construction of farm ditches on units of public lands, production of soil-building crops, and other necessary expenses in the preparation of raw public lands for irrigation farming, any such expenditures to be charged into the construction costs to be repayable by the lands benefited, and any sums received from the sale of crops or otherwise as a result of these operations to be credited to such construction costs. GENERAL FUND, CONSTRUCTION ionstruetionsofdest. For continuation of construction of the following projects and for general investigations and administrative expenses in not to exceed the following amounts, respectively, to be expended from the general fund of the Treasury in the same manner and for the same objects of expenditures as specified for projects included hereinbefore in this Act under the caption "Bureau of Reclamation" under the heading Ante,p.472. "Administrattive provisions and limitations", but without regard to the amounts of the limitations therein set forth, to be immediately available, to remain available until expended, and to be reimbursable under the reclamation law: Gila, Ariz. Gila project, Arizona: Provided, That appropriations heretofore made for this project shall be available for land leveling, construction of farm ditches on units of public lands, production of soil-building crops, and other necessary expenses in the preparation of raw public lands for irrigation farming, any such expenditures to be charged into the construction costs to be repayable by the lands benefited, and any sums received from the sale of crops or otherwise as a result of these operations to be credited to such construction costs Ctral aey etc., Central Valley project, California, Shasta Dam, Reservoir, and power plant, $10,900,000; Keswick Dam and power plant, $1,474,000; Friant Dam and Reservoir, $595,000; transmission line to Shasta sub- station, $400,000; Friant-Kern Canal, $7,000,000; Madera Canal, $1,000,000; Contra Costa Canal, $500,000; Contra Costa laterals, $500,000; and examinations, surveys, and water rights, $200,000; in all, $22,569,000; Colorado-Big Thompson project, Colorado, $3,500,000; 476 [57 STAT.