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PUBLIC LAW 91-477-OCT. 21, 1970
Township 4 south, range 1 west, all sections in township. Township 4 sonth, range 1 east; section 4, south half; south half northeast quarter and south half northwest quarter; sections 5 through 9; 15 through 23; section 24, west half; section 25, west half; sections 26 through 35; section 36, lots 3 through 5 and 8 through 11 and southeast quarter. Township 4 south, range 2 east, section 31, west half southeast quarter and southwest quarter. Township 3 south, range 2 west, section 12, southeast quarter southeast quarter; sections 13 through 16 and 22 through 25. Township 3 south, range 1 west, section 9, southwest quarter southwest quarter; section 12, south half southeast quarter and south half southwest quarter; sections 13 through 36. Township 3 south, range 1 east, section 18, lots 1 through 4; section 19, lots 1 and 2, southwest quarter and west half southeast quarter; section 29, southwest quarter northwest quarter and west half southwest quarter; sections 30 and 31; section 32, west half. Township 2 south, range 2 west, section 31, north half of lot 2 of the southwest quarter (43.40 acres of public land withdrawn by Executive Order 5237 of Etecember 10, 1929); and 22.8 acres of acquired fee lands described by metes and bounds in section 31, township 2 south, range 2 west, and section 36, township 2 south, range 3 west; and 31.27 acres of acquired easements described by metes and bounds across certain sections in township 2 south, ranges 2 and 3 west. (b) I n addition to the lands described in subsection (a) of this section, the Secretary is authorized to acquire such land outside the area but in close proximity thereto as is necessary to facilitate sound management. Acquisition hereunder shall, however, not exceed three hundred and twenty acres and shall be limited to such purposes as headquarters facility requirements, ingress and egress routes and, where necessary, to straighten boundaries or round out acquisitions. SEC. 10. There are authorized to be appropriated such sums as may be necessary to accomplish the purposes of this Act, but not to exceed $1,500,000 for the purchase of lands and interests in lands and not to exceed $3,500,000 for the construction of improvements. Approved October 21, 1970.
Additional land acquisition. Limitation.
Public Law 91-477 AN ACT
October 21, 1970
To amend the International Travel Act of 1961, as amended, in order to improve the balance of payments by further promoting travel to the United States, and for other purposes.
[H. R. 14685]
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled. That section 3 of the International Travel Act of 1961 (75 Stat. 129; 22 U.S.C. 2121-2126) is amended by changing the period at the end of clause 4 of subsection (a) to a semicolon, and by inserting after such clause the following: "(5) upon the application of any State or political subdivision or combination thereof, or private or public nonprofit organization or association, may make grants for projects designed to carry out the purposes of this Act if he finds that-such projects will facilitate and encourage travel to any State or political subdivision or combination thereof by residents of foreign countries. No financial assistance will be made available under this clause unless the Secretary determines that matching funds will be available from State or other non-Federal sources and in no event will the amount of any grant under this clause for any project exceed 50 per
International T r a v e l Act of 1961, amendment. Tourism to U. S., promotion.