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Coilection and transfer vouchers issued 535,995. 23

Net investment 17,690.52

Total 34,280.03

Estimated cost of Denver office during fiscal year 1919.

Salaries and wages $100,000.00

Books, stationery, printing, and office supplies 6, 000. 00

Furniture and fixtiu-es, office 3,000. 00

Rentalof offices 5,000.00

Telephone service 600.00

Telegraph service 800.00

Traveling expense 12,000.00

Inspection, outside laboratories 11,000. 00

Miscellaneous items 1,000.00

Total , 139,400.00

Sumrruary of general data for Garden City project to end of fiscal year 1918.

Finances:

Net construction cost to end of fiscal year $325, 123 . 49

Per cent complete at end of fiscal year 100

Bstimatttl total construction cost to June 30, 1919 $382, 332. 34

Appropriation, fiscal year 1918 1,000.00

Increase under 10 per cent provision of act 1,000.00

Expenditures durmg fiscal year, chargeable to 191- appropriation: Disbursements 303. 87

Unencumbered balance, July 1, 1918 606.13



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408 SEVEKTEENTH AKKtJAL fiEK)M OF BEOIAMATION SEEVIOB.
Feature costs of Garden City project to June 30, 1918.



Features.



Fiscal
year 1918.



Total to
June 30, 1918.



Examination and surveys.

Pumping for irrigation:

well pits and shafts

Pumping plants



$7,618.73



» S3, 711. 86



49,777.65
61,694.13



»3,ni.86



101,471.78



Canal system:

Temporary stmctures. . .

Concrete conduit

Bridge across conduit . . .

Concrete culvert

Arkansas River siphon.
Right of way fence



2,497.42
56,473.73
150.30
97.76
26,785.15
2,541.81



Power system:

Power house building and plant. .

Electrical installation

Soft water well, No. 1 ^..

Coal scales, trestle, and coal bins.

Industrial and railroad track

Circulating 12-foot well

8oft water well, No. 2

Soft water well. No. 3

Cooling tower

Board of survey expense



88,546.17



81,666.37
15,410.75
1,219.37
5,445.08
1,556.30
13,890.00
1,073.71
1,543.73
1,714.24
474.14



123,093.69



Farm units

Permanent improvements and lands:

Real estate

Headquarters buildings

Lubricating oil house

Workshop



285.60



546.43



1,895.66

4,866.87

374.85

410.74



7,548.12



Operation and maintenance during construction.
Cue of plant during nonuse

Gross construction cost



20.20



13,145.23



48,405.87
4,462.33

382,332.34



liess revenues earned during construction period:

Rentals of buildings

Contractors freight refunds

Forfeitures by oiBfaultinf contractors

Other revenues unclassified

Profit on mess house operations

Profit on hospital operations ^



30.00
"47,028.14



1,009.58

1,911.73

5,800.00

47,041.14

860.82

585.58



57,208.85



Net oost of construction to June 30, 1918.



325,123.49



» Deduct.



Summary of general data for Hondo project to end of fiscal year 1917.



Net construction cost to end of fiscal year $371 868.70

Pot cent complete at end of fiscal year lOO

yments: «=»»««:»
V ater-rental charges-
Accrued to end of fiscal year 19,163.66

Collected to end of fiscal year 8,929.67

Uncollected at end of fiscal year 233.99



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SECOln>ABY PBOJECT8. 409

Project balance sheet, Hondo project, June SO, 1918.

Aocotmts receivable 1233.99

Construction cost ». $381,573.39

Less construction revenue earnings 9,704.69

371,868.70

Total \ 372,102.69

Capital investment:

Disbursement, transfer, and joint construction vouchers received 407, 745. 12

Collection, transfer, refund, and joint construction vouchers issued 35, 642. 43

Net investment 372,102.69

Total 872,102.69

Feature costSy Hondo project^ to June SOy 1918,





Cost.


Features.


Fiscal
year 1918.


Total to
June 30, 1918.


'R-raminfttinn fwid mirv«vs: Hondo C'Snal (TJiamond A ). . . . r . , . - x - r




$4,422.70






Storage works:

ArnroffA rftsArvoir and embanlCTieTlt .....rr^,.Tr-T




96,246.60

57,772.69

825.48


Outlet excavation and embankment .... - , . r




Protection embanlrmeiit v^ outlet canal - ,,,,,,,,,,,. -














164,844.67


Canal system (diversion system):

Headworks and earthwork fnlftt -.^, ,..,.. ^^-, - ,, - ^




58,362.38
35,536.31


Rock excavation for diversion. ,












93,898.69


Lateral svstem: I^aterals and sublaterals




38,979.34






Vftrm nnitfl' irftrin.iinlt Subdivision




19,837.41






Real estate (reservoir site, etc.)




21,599.46
1,738.99


BUildiVieS . . ,rrr.^-'-.-'-r-. , T .












23,338.45


Telenhone svstem.




4,170.42






Operation and majntAnanoA dT^ring con<;tnictJlon (water-rental b^sfs) ......,-


»$48.26


42,081.71




Oross construction cost to June 30, 1918


»48.26


381,573.39




Less revenues earned during construction period:

Rentals of bnfldingg _ . , ,




286.00


Rentals of irrigatiwi water ,.,»x - ,T,r t,..„ ,t-,, r.-, .. -




9,163.66
159,63
149.90


Contractors frei&rht reftmd!? , .., ^ ,,,,,.,,..,, ^ - - , - r ^ . r r , . r




Other revenues, unclassified


24.66
154.50


T<offii on hosDitfA ODerations r


>54.50








»30.50


9,704.69


Netcost of construction of project to June 30, 1918




371,868.70







t Deduct.



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410 SEVENTEENTH ANNtTAL BEPOBT OF EEOLAMATION SERVICE.
Statement of coat hy calendar years j Hondo project, New Mexico.



Year ending Dec. 31—


Construction.


Operation
and mainte-
nance during

construc-
tion.


Total cost


1903


$4,890.15

30,196.06

160,368.14

153,919.88

9,339.40

6,648.51

/ 4,943.63

\i«23,693.59

4,521.08

5,502.03

4,085.60

6,745.12

126,974)42




$4,890.15

30,196.06

160,368.14

153,919.88

9,339.40

13,017.58

/ 10,092.86

\ i> 23,093.50

9,042.16

11,028.96


1904




1905 -.




1906 ...




1907




1908


$6,369.07

} 5,149.23

4,521.08
6,526.93
4,085.60
2,480.47

3,514.05

6,031.64

4,483.08

9ia67


1909


1910


1911 ."


1912


8,171.38

8,225.50

/ i» 26,974.42

1 3,514.95

5,031.64

4,483.98

918.67


1913


1914


1915


1916




1917










Total


339,491.68


42,081.71


381,573.39





1 Deduct.

> Collection from bonding company.

s Transfer cost of operation and maintenance during construction.

Statement of cost by fiscal years, Hondo project. New Mexico,



Year ending June 30—


Construction.


Operation
and mainte-
nance during

construc-
tion.


Total cost


1904


$4,890.15

82,9^4.32

239,502.12

29,612.07

1,227.78

/ 830.67

\ 1*23,698.69

1214.40

162.05

76.41

2,564.03

1,379.29

444.88




$4,890.15

82,984.32

239,502.12

29,612.07

5,221.20

/ 5,853.44

\ »« 23,608.59

5,066.56

3,402.03


1905




1906




1907 :




1908.


$3,993.42

} 5,022.77

5,280.96
3,464.08
5,748.65
2,986.41
3,206.02
5,083.61
4,128.77
3,215.38
148.26


1909


1910.


1911


1912


5,825.06
6,550.44
4,685.31
5,528.39
4,128.77
3,215.38
148.26


1913


1914


1915 ,..


1916 -.


1917




1918










Total


339,491.68


42,081.71


381,573.39





1 Deduct. > Collection from bonding company.

Summary of general data for Lawton project to end of fiscal year 1918,

Finances:

Net cost to end of fiscal year $13,8

Appropriated for fiscal year 1919, total 1,000.00

Auotment for fiscal year 1919 60a00

Proposed appropriation, fiscal year 1919 75a00

Estimated total cost to June 30, 1919 15,112.66

Appropriation, fiscal year 1918 101,000.00

Expenditures during fiscal year, chargeable to 1918 appropriation: Disbursements 50L 44

Unencumbered balance, July 1, 1918 100,498.66



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SECOKDABY PBOJBOTB.
FtaJtwte costs of LawUm project to Junt SO, 1918.



411



Features.


Fiscal year
1918.


Total to June
30,1918w


IC-nt.fnlnAiJrm And SUTVeVB


$60133


10,166.27






Caxial S3r8tein:

DiyersioD dft?** ..........^.«-




208.80


Main canal . , , , . . r r r




2,08a 68












2,374.48


Lateral system




1,118.83


i*lflnt accounts ... . .......^..^r^^^r^r


1265.05
122.57


187.53


Undistribnted genentl expense ,^,,, ^, ,,,„,, ^,,,,,^-. ^ - , - ^ -


1,015.55






Gross cost to June 30. 1918 ■. , . , . . ^ , ^ .


216.71


13,862^
9.75


TiM8 fAVATillAA A&mAd diiriTiff ronfltmction DArinH * Prnflf nm tinnnltAl nnATAlinnft








Net cost to June 30, 1918




13,852.91









1 Deduct.
Statement of cost by calendar years, Lawton prefect.



Year ending Dec. 31—


Construc-
tion.


Total
cost.


1914


$5,830.30

2,339.98

3,830.54

1,535.21

326.63


$5,830.30

2,339.06

3,830.54

1,535.21

326.63


1915


1916


1917


January to June 30, 1918. . .








Total


13,862.66


13,862.66





Statement of cost by fiscal years, Lawton project.



Year ending June 30—


Construc-
tion.


Total
cost.


1914


$450.65
7,447.10
1,748.89
3,999.31
216. 71


$450.65


1916


7,447.10

1:748.89

3,999.31

216. 71


1916


1917


1918






Total


13,862.66


13,862.66





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INDIAN IRRIGATION PROJECTS.

MOHTAHA, BLACKFEET (IHDIAH) PBOJECT.
R. M. Snbll, project manager, Browning, Mont.

LOCATION.

County: Teton.

Townships: 31 to 34 N., Bs. 5 to 10 W.; 29 N., R. 8 W.; 30 N., Bs. 6 to 9 W.; and
35 N., Rs. 6 and 7 W., Montana meridian.

Railroad: Great Northern.

Raikoad stations and estimated population June 30, 1918: Browning, 600; Blackfoot,
100; Bombay; Seville; Cadmus; Glacier Park, 100; and Cutbank, 1,200.

WATER SUPPLY.

Source of water supply: Two Medicine Biver, Cutbank, Badger, Birch, Whitetail
and Blacktail Creeks.

Area of drainage basins: 1,700 sauare miles.

Annual run-on in acre-feet: Cutoank Creek at Cutbank (971 square miles), 1906 to
1917j maximum 212,600, minimum 73,000, mean 139, /75. Two Medicine Biver at
Family (368 square miles) 1907 to 1917, maximum 439,650, minimum 194,600, mean
273,837. (The records for Cutbank Creek and Two Medicine River are for the years
ending September 30, and do not include the run-off diuing the winter months^ Bad-
ger Creek near Family (224 square miles) 1907 to 1916, mean 162,000. (The 1917
records for Badger Creek are incomplete.) Birch Creek at Dupuyer (155 square miles)
1907 to 1915, mean 106,250.

AOBICTTLTUBAL AND CLIMATIC CONDITIONS.

Area for which service is prepared to furnish water, season of 1918: 48,240 acres.

Area imder water-right (allottee's) applications, season of 1917: 3,931 acres.

Area under water rental applications, season of 1917: 280 acres.

Area irrigated, season of 1917: 2,448 acres.

liength of irrigation season: May 1 to September 30, 153 days..

Average elevation of irrigable area: 3,850 feet above sea level.

Rainfall on irrigable area: 1909 to 1917, average 14.07 inches; 1917, 13.73 inches.

Range of temperature on irrigable area: —56® to 100® F.

Character of soil of irrigable area: Principally rich sandy loam; some gravelly loam
and ^:umbo.

Prmcipal products: Hay, grain, and vegetables.

Principal markets: Great Northern Railway towns from St. Paul to the Pacific
coast. Local demand for hay for stock feeding.

LANDS OPENED TO IBBIGATION.

No lands have been opened to irrigation by public notice. Nearly all lands covered
by canals are allotted to Indians.

CHBONOLOGICAL ST7MMABY.

Reconnaissance and preliminarv surveys made in 1907.
Construction work on the T?,o Medicine unit begun in July, 1908.
Construction of Two Medicine I^ake Dam begun in June, 1911; completed August,
1913.
Construction of the Badger-Fisher imit begun in June, 1911*
Construction oi Birch Creek unit begun in August, 1915.
Two Medicine imit 34 per cent completed June 30, 1918.
Badeer-Fisher unit, 49 per cent completed June 30, 1918.
Birch Creek unit, 77 i>er cent completed June 30, 1918.
Entire project 29 per cent completed June 30, 1918.

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MONTANA, BLAOKPBBT (INDIAN) PBOJBCT. 413

niBIGATION PLAN.

The irrigation plan of the Blackfeet project provides for five irrigation systems on
the Blacloieet Indian Reservation, as follows: (1) The Outbank north canal system
heading on the left bank of Gutbank Creek and supplying water for 20,000 acres of
land north and east of the creek. 11,000 acres of whicn are outside of the reservation;
(2) the Cutbank south canal system heading on the right bank of Gutbank Greek
and supplying water for 18,000 acres of land near Garlow and Seville stations on the
Great Northern Railway; (3) the Two Medicine Ganal systems, diverting from the
left bank of the Two Medicme River and supplying water through the North Branch
Ganal, the Spring Lake' Reservoir, and the South Branch Ganal to 48^000 acres of
land; (4) the Bi^ger-Fisher Ganal system, diverting water from the right bank of
Badger Greek, supplying water direct through a feeder canal to 3,000 acres of land
on the Piegan Flats and through the Four Horns supply canal and reservoir and the
Fisher canal to 30,000 acres of land between Badger and Birch Greeks, and (5) the
Birch Greek canal system, diverting from the left bank of Birch Greek and supplying
water to 3,500 acres of land between Birch and Blacktail Greeks. The United States
claims all waste, seepage, spring, and percolating water arising within the project,
and proposes to use such water in connection therewith.

The irrigable lands ot the project are located, in general, in the southeastern portion
of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation adjacent to the north bank of Gutbank Greek
and between Gutbank Greek and Birch Greek. Of the above irrigation plan the first
development of the Two Medicine Ganal system has been completed, mcluding 36
miles of main canal, with headworks and other structures and distribution system
complete with structures to deliver water to approximately 24,000 acres of land. A
storage reservoir has been constructed at lower Two Medicine Lake to furnish a maxi-
mum storage of 16,000 acre-feet of water for this unit. On the Badger-Fisher unit a
small canal and lateral system has bfeen constructed, with the exception of small
laterals and structures to reach unallotted land, diverting water from Badger Greek
direct to approximately 3,000 acres of the Piegan Flats. A supply canal, 12 miles
long, diverting water to Four Horns Reservoir, nas been completed to its first devel-
opment. Temporary controlling works to Four Horns Lake have been completed,
making available a reservoir or 4.000 acre-feet capacity. Water from this storage
follows a natural channel to Blacktail Creek, from wnich it is diverted into the Fisher
Canal, designed to irrigate about 30,000 acres of Fisher Flats. The Fisher Canal has
been completed to its first development, both as to excavation and structures, to the
end at mile 30. Excavation of a lateral system has been completed to cover approxi-
mately 18,000 acres of allotted land on the Fisher Flats. The larger structures on the
lateral system have been completed and the smaller ones will be built as needed.
The Birch Creek Canal and main lateral have been completed as to excavation to
irrigate 2,600 acres of land. The larger structures on this system have been completed
and the smaller structures will be built as needed.

Work for the immediate future includes the building of minor structures on the
Fiflher distribution system to complete the works to irrigate 18,000 acres, the building
of minor structures on the Two Medicine and Birch systems as needed to reach allotted
lands, and the enlargement of a portion of Two Medicine Canal.

ST7MMABY OF GENERAL DATA FOB BLAOKFEET (INDIAN) PBOJ-
ECT, TO END OF FISCAL YEAB, 1018.

Areas:

Irrigable acreage when project is complete 122, 500

Public land entered to end of fiscal year 11,000

Public land withdrawn at end of fiscal year 50,020

Indian land 61,480

Acreage service could have supplied season ot 1917 M8, 240

Estimated acreage service can supply July 1 , 1 919 48, 240

Acreage actually irrigated, season of 1917 2, 448

Acreage cropped under irrigation, season of 1917 2, 298

Crops:

Value of irrigated crops, season of 1917 $31, 748. 00

Value of irrigated crops per acre cropped 13. 81

1 The 48,240 acres given as the area for which the service can now supply water is the area covered by
distribution systems which are either complete or complete except minor structures and extensions. The
main canals are not constructed to a capacity to deliver water to this area, but will supply water to only
about 25,600 acres, provided that much were actually irrigated.



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414 SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL BEPORT OF BEOLAMATION SERVICE.

Finances:

Net construction cost to end of fiscal year - $1, 009. 660. 80

Per cent complete at end of fiscal year 29

Appropriated for fiscal year 1919. total ^. $50,000.00

Allotment for construction, fiscal year 1§19 $65,000.00

Estimated per cent complete June 30, 1919 31

Proposed appropriation, fiscal year 1920, for construction $110, 000. 00

Estimated gross construction cost to June 30, 1920 $1. 187, 000. 00

Estimated per cent complete. June 30, 1920 34

Appropriaticm, fiscal year 1918 $25, 000. 00

Balance from previous appropriations included with 1918 allots
ment 7,437.65 .

32,437.65
Expenditures during fiscal year, chargeable to 1918 appropriation:

Disbursements $17, 223. 73

Restored liabilities chai^eable to 1918 appro-
priation 5,734.63

22,958.36

Unencumbered balance July 1. 1918 9,479.29

COKSTBUCTION DUBING FISCAL YEAR.

Two Medicine unit. — ^Two log cribs were constructed and filled
with rock to divert Two Medicine River away from the canal. An
extension was built to the concrete culvert wnere the Two Medicine
Canal crosses the Great Northern Railroad, made necessary on account
of double tracking, and minor structures were placed on the Two
Medicine distribution system as necessary to deliver water to allotted
land.

Birch Creek unit. — ^Minor structures were placed as necessary to
deliver water to allotted land.

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE.

The Two Medicine, Badger-Fisher, and Birch Creek systems were
operated during the season of 1917. Water was delivered to a total
01 91 farm units, representing 4,211 acres. A total of 2,448 acres
were irrigated, of which 2,298 acres were actually cropped. The
first part of the season was cold and backward, so that scarcely any
irrigation was done before July 1. Two thousand six hundred and
sixty-three acre-feet of water were delivered, or 1.08 acre-feet per
acre irrigated. The same systems are being operated during the
1918 season, with about 3,500 acres under cultivation.

Historical review^ Blackfeet project.



Item.



1913



1914



1915



1916



1917



1918



Acreage tot which the service was prepared to furnish

water

Acreage irrigated

Miles of canal operated

Water diverted (acre-feet)

Water delivered to land (acre-feet)

Per acre of land irrigated (acre-feet)



26,640



700



26,640

675

44

15,380

4,430



26^640

1,618

65

8,254

2,970

i.83



46,640

2,102

109

7,086

1,736



48,240
2.448
125
21,284
2,663
1.08



48,240



1135



1 Estimated,



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MONTANA, BLACKFEET (INDIAN) PEOJECT.



SETTLEMENT.



415



Land uiider the project has not yet been opened for settlement.
About 55,000 acres have been allotted to Indians, but, except in a
few cases, have not been settled upon by them or farmed.

Settlement data^ Black/eet project.



Item.


1912


1913


1914


1915


1916


1917


1918


Total number of farms on nroiect


3,000


3,000


3,000
12


3,000

16
2
50

4
375
425

1
3


3,000

79
79

""no'

4
1,750
1,920
5
8
3


3,000

91

84

7

180

4

1,900

2,070

3

8

4


3.000




?)


Number of irricfftted fftrms .,..,- r


«100


Onerated bv owners or managers






*85


Operated by tenants.






S15


PoDulation






40

4
300
340

1
2


200


Number of towns


4

300
300

1
2


4

300
300

1
2


4


Population


2,000


Total population in towns and on farms

Number of schools


2,200


Number of churches


8


Number of Nmks. - ... ^


4















> Not opened. * Estimated.

PRINCIPAL CROPS.

Wheat, flax, native and timothy hay, alfalfa, oats, potatoes, and
small vegetables do well when properly irrigated and cultivated.
The results in 1917 were only fair, as the season was cold and back-
ward the early part of the summer and later in the summer hot with
high winds. In 1918 irrigation was started approximately one month
earlier than in 1917, with a promise of considerably better results on
a larger area.

Black/eet (Indian) project, Montana, year of 1917,





Area
(acres).


Unit of
yield.


Yields.


Values.


Crop.


Total.


Average
per acre.


Per unit
of yield.


Total.


Per acre.


Alfalfa


56
9

609
11

236

913'
21
20
67

356


Tons

Bushels...

...do

Acre


56

99

2,740


1
11

4.5
128
.65

1

16
64

1
12


$15.00

.98

2.90

128.00

10.00

10.00

.75

1.00

l&OO

L91


1940
97
7,946
1,408
1,530
9,130
252
1,280
1,005
8,160


S15.00


Barley


10.78


Flax *


13.05


Garden


128.00


Hay, grain


Ton

...do

Bushel....
...do

Ton

Bushel


153
913
336

1,280
67

4.272


6.50


Hav native


laoo


Oats


12.00


Potatoes ,


64.00


Timothy


15.00


Wheat..


22.92








Total cropped '..


2,298
150


Total and ayeragc




31,748


13.81


,,.






Areas.


Acres.


Farms.


Percent

of
project.


Fall plowing


Total irrigable area farms renorted. .


4,211

2,448

2,198

250


91
91

84
7


a7




Total Irrigated area f am
Under water-right a
Under rental contra


IS reported.,
pplications.


5.0
4.5
.5








Grand total irrigated


2,448


Total cropi


)ed area f am


IS reported




2,298


86


4.8



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416 SEVEITTBENTH ANNUAL BEPOBT OF RECLAMATION SEEVICB*

FINANCIAL STATEMENT.

Project balance sheetf Blackfeet project^ June 30, 1918,

Cash $4.60

Inventory of stock on hand 6,782.67

Accounts receivable 228.37

Construction cost 11,012,644.74

Less construction revenue earnings 2,983.94

1,009,660.80

TotaL 1,015,676.44



Accounts payable

Capital Investment:

Disbursement, transfer, and joint construction vouchers received. : II, 016, 504. 61

Collection, transfer, refund, and Joint construction vouchers issued 8, 423. 46



7,595.29



Net investment 1,008,081.16

TotaL 1,015,676.44

Feature costs of Blackfeet (Indian) project to June SO, 1918.



Features.



Cost.



Fiscal year
1918.



Total to June
30, 1918.



Examination and surveys. .

Storage system:

Two Medicine unit. ,



Spring Lake Reservoir, survey and design.
Badger Creek Reservou*, survey and deslgi]
Four Horns Resovoir, survey and design.

Four Horns Reservoir Dam

Quardipee Reservoir

Total, storage system



Canal system:

Cutoank unit, surveys and designs

Birch Creek unit, survejrs and designs

Carlow unit, surveys and designs

Two Medicine Canal

Two Medicine headworks

Four Horns supply canal

Four Horns supply canal headworks

Fisher main canal

Blacktail diversion

Piegan Canal head works

Siphon, White Tail Creek crossing

B&ch Creek Canal headworks

Birch Creek main canal

Culvert under Great Northern Ry., Seville, Mont.
Two Medicine unit, main canal construction



Total, canal system.



Lateral system:

Two Medicine lateral system

Piegan lateral system

Fisher Canal lateral system

Birch Creek lateral system, surveys and designs.

Birch Creek lateral system

Badger-Fisher laterals

Fisher Canal drop, north lateral, station O

Two Medicine unit, lateral system



Total, lateral system.



Permanent improvements:

Building, all units

Roads, Fisher Canal distribution system .

Two Medicine division

Roads, Piegan distribution system

Roads, Browning to Robare

Wells, Two Medicine division

Camp site near Family.

Bridge across Badger Creek



Total, permanent improvements..



$1,142.97



» 3,807.34
152.05
18.30
136.02
1307.45
697.00



13,614.16



127.01

144.54

116.70

18,06L35

16,263.98

12,860.56

1238.06

13,950.08

1410.96

145.08

1372.01

150.25

1234.55

1,420.45

842.25



130,311.42



15,056.61

1450.69

12,304.46

126.16

658.30

37.29

1144.88

2,063.63



14,889.76



18, 187. 23



29.48



60.00
1,073.33



19,350.04



17,613.67



138,258.10

1,890.63

902.62

1,308.62

11,165.00

697.00



163,521.97



98L73

1,617.86

606.76

292,719.66

16,683.55

100,033.12



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