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108 STAT. 4508 PUBLIC LAW 103-433—OCT. 31, 1994 Federal Register, publication. Short title. Ante, p. 4471. ment pursuant to subsection (a), is authorized to revoke the withdrawal and reservation established by this title as it applies to such lands. Should the decision be made to revoke the withdrawal and reservation, the Secretary shall publish in the Federal Register an appropriate order which shall— (1) terminate the withdrawal and reservation; (2) constitute official acceptance of full jurisdiction over the lands by the Secretary; and (3) state the date upon which the lands will be opened to the operation of some or all of the public lands law, including the mining laws. SEC. 809. DELEGABILITY. (a) DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE. — The functions of the Secretary of Defense or the Secretary of the Navy under this title may be delegated. (b) DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. —The functions of the Secretary under this title may be delegated, except that an order described in section 807(f) may be approved and signed only by the Secretary, the Under Secretary of the Interior, or an Assistant Secretary of the Department of the Interior. SEC. 810. HUNTING, FISHING, AND TRAPPING. All hunting, fishing, and trapping on the lands withdrawn by this title shall be conducted in accordance with the provisions of section 2671 of title 10, United States Code. SEC. 811. IMMUNITY OF UNITED STATES. The United States and all departments or agencies thereof shall be held harmless and shall not be liable for any injury or damage to persons or property suffered in the course of any geothermal leasing or other authorized nonmilitary activity conducted on lands described in section 802 of this title. SEC. 812. EL CENTRO RANGES. The Secretary is authorized to permit the Secretary of the Navy to use until January 1, 1997, the approximately forty-four thousand eight hundred and seventy acres of public lands in Imperial County, California, known as the East Mesa and West Mesa ranges, in accordance with the Memorandum of Understanding dated June 29, 1987, between the Bureau of Land Management, the Bureau of Reclamation, and the Department of the Navy. All military uses of such lands shall cease on January 1, 1997, unless authorized by a subsequent Act of Congress. TITLE IX—AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS 16 USC 410aaa-83. SEC. 901. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS. There is authorized to be appropriated to the National Park Service and to the Bureau of Land Management to carry out this Act an amount not to exceed $36,000,000 over and above that provided in fiscal year 1994 for additional administrative and construction costs over the fiscal year 1995-1999 period, and $300,000,000 for all land acquisition costs. No funds in excess of these amounts may be used for construction, administration, or land acquisition authorized under this Act without a specific