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Summary Indian irrigation construction program, January 1997Continued

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Colville...
Klickitat...
Lummi diking..
Makah...
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Miscellaneous projects.....
Spokane Reservation....
Wapato.
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Includes unexpended Public Works allotments approximating $1,561,000.

ZINI DAM, X. MEX.
Mr. Dodd. Before we leave this item, there is another item that
we might discuss. We have pending in the Bureau of the Budget a
request for $80,000 for repairs to the Zuni Dam in New Mexim. Te
had a meeting on that item on Monday of this week, and we hope it
will be up for consideration in Congress in a short time.

Mr. O'NEAL. Will you furnish a justification for that, so that we
will have all of the information on it?

Mr. Dodd. That will be submitted when the estimate connes in for consideration.

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CARRYING OVER OF APPROPRIATIONS
Mr. DODD. I would like to offer an amendment on page 150, line 1..
Mr. O'NEAL. Page 150, line 11?
Mr. Dodd. Yes, sir, after the syllable “able", insert the following:

Which amount together with the unexpended balances of funds made available
under this head in the Interior Department Appropriation Act, fiscal year 1954,
shall remain available until June 30, 1939.

That amendment has two purposes. First, it continues the availability of any unexpended balances in this appropriation which may remain on hand after June 30. A large part of our work is done by force account. The weather conditions hinder us at times, and it may be necessary to carry over some of the work into the next fiscal year. Our appropriation, as we now have it, expires on June 30.

The second part of the amendment is to extend this appropriation for 2 years instead of 1 year. Our appropriations as they now are worded are 1-year appropriations. Perhaps Congress would rather have us come back with continuing text each year. We feel, if we have text making this appropriation available for 2 years, and with a report on the situation to Congress, as we come before you in our hearings, that we can eliminate a lot of difficulty in reappropriating money, or making paper transfers, or the issuance of warrants by the Treasury Department for these unexpended balances that have to be covered back into the Treasury and then reallocated with the new fiscal year. Mr. O'NEAL. That will be considered by the committee, Mr. Dodd.

ANNUAL STATEMENT OF COSTS AND MISCELLANEOUS IRRIGATION DATA

OF INDIAN IRRIGATION PROJECTS

Mr. Dodd. Mr. Chairman, we have prepared a comprehensive
statement relating to irrigation projects in the Indian country. The
tabulation covers a total of 26 pages, but I have folded down about
10 or 12 of them as not being necessarily vital. I would like to offer the
rest of this statement for printing in the record, because it shows the
total cost of our various projects, and, in addition to that, it shows
the land under cultivation, and the amount of reimbursable charges
that Congress has authorized to be written off in the past.
Mr. LEAVY. I think that should be in the record.

ANNUAL STATEMENTS OF COSTS AND MISCELLANEOUS IRRIGATION DATA OF INDIAN

IRRIGATION PROJECTS INDEX
Annual statement of costs of Indian irrigation projects, fiscal year 1936, and totals

to June 30, 1936
(PUBLIC WORKS PROJECTS INCLUDED)

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NOTE.-Base for distribution of administration expenditures for fiscal year 1936: $58,023.13+$3,222,678.6L ($2,348,646.36+$874,032.25)=0.0180046281.

Annual statement of costs of Indian irrigation projects fiscal year 1936, and lotals lo June 30, 1936 (Public Works Projects included)

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$125, 139.00 $5, 806.78
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252, 274.25 312, 394.92

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