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[72 Stat. 908]
[72 Stat. 908]
PUBLIC LAW 85-000—MMMM. DD, 1958

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PUBLIC LAW 85-767-AUG. 27, 1958

[72 S T A T.

(d) Funds available for forest development roads and trails shall be available for adjacent vehicular parking areas and for sanitary, water, and fire control facilities. § 206. Park roads and trails (a) Funds available for park roads and trails shall be used to pay for the cost of construction and improvement thereof. (b) Appropriations for the construction and improvement of park roads shall be administered in conformity with regulations jointly approved by the Secretary and the Secretary of the Interior. §207. Parkways (a) Funds available for parkways shall be used to pay for the cost of construction and improvement thereof. (b) Appropriations for the construction of parkways shall be administered in conformity with regulations jointly approved by the Secretary and the Secretary of the Interior. (c) The location of parkways upon public lands, national forests, or other Federal reservations, shall be determined by agreement between the department having jurisdiction over such lands and the Secretary of the Interior. § 208. Indian reservation roads (a) Funds available for Indian reservation roads and bridges shall be used to pay for the cost of construction and improvement thereof. (b) The Secretary shall approve the location, type, and design of all projects for Indian reservation roads and bridges before any expenditures are made thereon and all construction thereof shall be under the general supervision of the Secretary. (c) 1 ndian labor may be employed in such construction and improvement under such rules and regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of the Interior. § 209. Public lands highways (a) Funds available for public lands highways shall be used by the Secretary to pay for the cost of construction and maintenance thereof. (b) The Secretary is authorized to cooperate with the State highway departments and with the Secretary of the Department having jurisdiction over the particular lands, in the survey, construction, and maintenance of public lands highways. (c) The provisions of section 112 of this title are applicable to public lands highways. § 210. Defense access roads (a) The Secretary is authorized, out of the funds appropriated for defense access roads, to provide for the construction and maintenance of defense access roads (including bridges, tubes, and tunnels thereon) to military reservations, to defense industries and defense industry sites, and to the sources of raw materials when such roads are certified to the Secretary as important to the national defense by the Secretary of Defense or such other official as the President may designate, and for replacing existing highways and highway connections that are shut off from the general public use by necessary closures or restrictions at military reservations and defense industry sites. (b) iFunds appropriated for the purposes of this section shall be available, without regard to apportionment among the several States, for paying all or any part of the cost of the construction and maintenance of defense access roads. (c) Not exceeding $5,000,000 of any funds appropriated under 23 USC 106 note, the Act approvcd October 16, 1951 (65 Stat. 422), may be used by the Secretary in areas certified to him by the Secretary of Defense as maneuver areas for such construction, maintenance, and repair work