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ANNUAL REPORTS OF THE RECLAMATION SERVICE.
(Reports may be purchased from superintendent of documents, Government Printing
Office, at the prices given.)
I. June 17 to Dec. 1, 1902 ; 317 pages, 46 plates, 65 figures, case of drawings.
Out of print. II. Through the field season of 1903 ; 550 pages, 49 plates, 56 figures. Cloth,
85 cents. III. Through the field season of 1904; 653 pages, 59 plates, case of drawings.
Cloth, $1.25. IV. Through the field season of 1905 ; 374 pages, 63 plates. Paper, 80 cents.
V. Fiscal year 1905–6; 312 pages, 101 plates, 2 figures. Cloth, $1.25. VI. Fiscal year 1906–7; 287 pages. Paper, 25 cents. VII. Fiscal year 1907–8; 219 pages. Paper, 25 cents. VIII. Fiscal year 1908–9; 222 pages. Cloth, 40 cents; paper, 20 cents. IX. Fiscal year 1909-10; 329 pages. (Includes history of construction to
date.) Cloth, 40 cents; paper, 25 cents. X. Fiscal year 1910–11; 290 pages. (Includes index Vols. 1-X.) Cloth, 40
cents; paper, 25 cents. XI. Fiscal year 1911-12; 310 pages, map. Cloth, 40 cents; paper, 25 cents. XII. Fiscal year 1912–13; 382 pages. Cloth, 40 cents; paper, 25 cents. XIII. Fiscal year 1913-14.;:514 pages. Cloth, 45 cents ; paper, 30 cents. XIV. Fiscal year 1914-157.521 pages. Cloth, 45 cents; paper, 30 cents. XV. Fiscal year 1915-16; 808 pages. Cloth, 75 cents; paper, 60 cents.
A price list of publications issued by the Reclamation Service can be obtained by application to the Director and Chief Engineer, United States Reclamation Service, Washington, D. C.
The monthly bulletin of the service, the “ Reclamation Record,” is issued about the first of each month. It contains 40 or more pages of general news and notes of interest about the projects. The subscription price is 50 cents per year.
LETTERS OF TRANSMITTAL.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Washington, December 4, 1916. SIR: In compliance with the provisions of section 2 of the act approved June 17, 1902, entitled "An act appropriating the receipts from the sale and disposal of public lands in certain States and Territories to the construction of irrigation works for the reclamation of arid lands," I have the honor to transmit the Fifteenth Annual Report of the Reclamation Service. Respectively,
FRANKLIN K. LANE, Secretary. The SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Washington, D. C., September 11, 1916. Sir: Transmitted herewith is the Fifteenth Annual Report of the Reclamation Service. This report relates in particular to the work completed and in progress during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1916, but in addition contains a brief history of construction and engineering features from the beginning of the work, in order that the methods, progress, and results of reclamation work may be more readily understood. Very respectfully,
A. P. Davis,
Director and Chief Engineer. The SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR.