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901 Calkins, Harold Mead.

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904 Kentucky Utilities Co.

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905 Ovington, Anna E

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906 Hydro-Electric Corporation of Virginia - Virginia..
908 Drew, W.F

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909 Idaho Power Co.

Oregon
910 Afton Electric Co.

Wyomong
911 Pacific Gas & Electric Co.

California
912 Public Utilities Consolidated Corpora- Idaho.

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913 Virginia Public Service Co.

Virginia.
914 Dixie Power Co.

Utah.
915 Sheep Creek Hydroelectric Co.

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916 Virginia-Carolina Power Co..

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917 Commonwealth Mining & Exploring Alaska.

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918 Southern California Edison Co.. California
920 McNeill, Robert H.

Kentucky, Tennessee
921 Idaho Power Co.

Oregon
922 Champion Sillimanite (Inc.)

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923 Southern California Edison Co.

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924 Board of directors of State institutions, Arizona.

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925 Ottumwa, city of...

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926 Pacific Gas & Electric Co.

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927 Virginia Public Service Co.

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929 Southern California Edison Co.

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930 Empire Development Co.

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933 Mountain States Power Co.

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934 Gasconade River Power Co.-

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935 Inland Power & Light Co.-

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941 Marian Mining Co.

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942 Peoples West Coast Hydro-Electric Oregon..

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943 Washington Electric Co.

Washington
944 Dix, Clark.

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945 Finn, D.J.

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947 Lane, Wirt

California. 949 Oil Fields Power Co.

Wyoming950 Dunbar, Thomas.

Montana 951 Chichagoff Power Co.

Alaska. 952 Summers, Boyd.

Oregon
953 Girand, James B.

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956 Lusk, M. F

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960 California Oregon Power Co.

California 961 Red Pine Mining Co.

Montana. 962 Espen, John.

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970 Glacier Silver Lead Mining Co., The Montana.
971 Bradford, Charles F.

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974 Northwest Power Co.

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978 Sierra Pacific Power Co.
979 Cloverdale Mines Co., The.
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981 California-Oregon Power Co., The.
982 Sierra Pacific Power Co.
983 California-Oregon Power Co., The.
984 Mountain States Power Co.
985 Idąho Power Co.

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990 McDonald, J. N.
991 Southern California Edison Co..
993 Zenda Gold Mining Co.
994 Telluride Power Co.
995 California-Oregon Power Co., The.
996 Syme, D. A..
997 Eagle River Electric Co., The.
998 Washington Water Power Co., The
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1004 Southern Sierras Power Co., The California
1005 Public Service Co. of Colorado.

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1006 Doniphan Hydro-Electric Co.

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1013 Wooden, J. H., and Bowler, J. R. California
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1016 California Oregon Power Co., The Oregon.
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1021 Wilkinson, A. E.

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1022 Thornton, Roy F.

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The CHAIRMAN. As I understand, this is a list of licenses as requested by the committee at our last hearing.

Mr. BONNER. This first is a report that shows the applications pending and authorizations now outstanding under the Federal water power act. In other words, it covers all outstanding permits and licenses and pending applications. It shows in each case the applicant's name, the project number, the stream on which located, the preliminary permit date, the application date, and so on.

The CHAIRMAN. That is, from the beginning of the Federal Power Commission?

Mr. BONNER. Well, of course, it does not include closed cases.

Senator DILL. Have you got here a list of all licenses that have ever been granted by the Federal Power Commission?

Mr. BONNER. No, sir.
Senator Dill. Why not have that information in our record?

Mr. BONNER. I shall be glad to give it to you. There is a lot of material in which there is no further interest, because the applications have been canceled or withdrawn or something of that kind.

Senator Dill. I am talking about those now outstanding.

Mr. BONNER. Oh, these data cover everything but cases withdrawn, canceled, surrendered, or otherwise disposed of, so that there is no longer anything about them in the active files of the commission.

Senator Dill. Have you made any summary of what these charts show, as to how many have been issued each year, how many issued to one company,

and Mr. BONNER. Yes; I have here a list that might be of interest to the committee. The number of license authorizations outstanding on February 21 was 418, of which 102 were major projects, and of minor projects there were

Senator Dill (interposing). What do you mean by major and minor projects?

Mr. BONNER. Licenses covering projects with a power capacity of less than 100 horsepower are designated as minor projects. As to these, certain provisions of the act are waived, particularly in regard to accounting. They are not required to determine cost. They are simply leases for 50 years or less.

The CHAIRMAN. And there have been 102 that have been granted that you call major projects?

Mr. BONNER. Yes, sir. The statement covers all of them, not only the major projects, but the minor projects and the transmission line licenses.

Senator Dill. How many major projects are there?

Mr. BONNER. Altogether there are 418 license authorizations outstanding

The CHAIRMAN. The major items are how many?
Mr. BONNER. The major projects number 102.

Senator Dill. What do you mean by transmission lines? Do you give them a license through the forests for the use of the public lands?

Mr. BONNER. Yes, sir.
Senator Dill. You have 1,069 here.

Mr. BONNER. There have been altogether 1,069 separate and independent applications filed with the Federal Power Commission, and

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