REORGANIZATION PLANS Conservation of wildlife, game, and migratory birds. 48 Stat. 780; 49 Stat. 1105. 18 U. . C.C. 253, 254; Supp. IV, § 253, 254. Officers of Biologi- cal Survey may ad- minister oaths. 43 Stat. 803 . 5U. 8 .C. § 521,522. Migratory Bird Conservation Com- mission. Mount Rushmore National Memorial Commission. 52 Stat. 694. Department of Agri- culture: Rural Elec- trification Adminis- tration transferred. Departmentof Com- merce: Transfer of In- land Waterways Cor- poratlon. Federal Security Agency, transfers, etc.. relating to. Radio Service and U. S . Film Service transferred. of the Interior. The functions of the Secretary of Agriculture relating to the conservation of wild life, game, and migratory birds are hereby transferred to, and shall be exercised by, the Secretary of the Interior. The provisions of the Act of May 18, 1934 (c. 299, 48 Stat. 780), as amended by the Act of February 8, 1936 (c. 40, 49 Stat. 1105), insofar as they relate to officers or employees of the Department of Agri- culture designated by the Secretary of Agriculture to enforce any act of Congress for the protection, preservation or restoration of game and other wild life and animals shall apply to officers and employees of the Department of the Interior designated by the Secretary of the Interior to exercise and discharge such duties. (g) Officers of Biological Survey May Administer Oaths. -The pro- visions of the Act of January 31, 1925 (c. 124, 43 Stat. 803), shall be applicable to such officers, agents, or employees of the Department of the Interior performing functions of the Bureau of Biological Survey as are designated by the Secretary of the Interior for the pur- poses named in the Act. (h) Migratory Bird Conservation Commission.-The Secretary of the Interior shall be chairman of the Migratory Bird Conservation Commission, and the Secretary of Agriculture shall be a member thereof. (i) Mount Rushmore National Memorial Commission. - The Mount Rushmore National Memorial Commission and its functions are hereby transferred to the National Park Service in the Department of the Interior. The functions vested in the Commission by section 3 and 4 (a) of the Act of June 15,1938, (c. 402, 52 Stat. 694) shall continue to be exercised by the Commission. All other functions of the Mount Rushmore National Memorial Commission shall be administered by the National Park Service under the direction and supervision of the Secretary of the Interior. SEC. 5. Department of Agriculture: Rural Electrification Adminis- tration Transferred.-TheRural Electrification Admnistration and its functions and activities are hereby transferred to the Department of Agriculture and shall be administered in that Department by the Administrator of the Rural Electrification Administration under the general direction and supervision of the Secretary of Agriculture. SEC. 6. Department of Commerce: Transfer of Inland Waterways Corporation.-TheInland Waterways Corporation and all of its func- tions and obligations are hereby transferred to the Department of Commerce and shall be administered in that Department under the supervision and direction of the Secretary of Commerce. The capital stock of the Corporation shall continue to be held for the United States by the Secretary of the Treasury, but all other functions, rights, privileges, and powers and all duties and liabilities of the Secretary of War relating to the Inland Waterways Corporation are hereby trans- ferred to, and shall be exercised, performed, and discharged by, the Secretary of Commerce. The Secretary of Commerce shall be substi- tuted for the Secretary of War as, and shall be deemed to be, the incorporator of the Inland Waterways Corporation. PART 2.-INDEPENDENT AGENCIES SECTION 201. Federal Security Agency. -Transfers and consolida- tions relating to the Federal Security Agency are hereby effected as follows: (a) Radio Service and United States Film Service Transferred.- The functions of the Radio Division and the United States Film Service of the National Emergency Council are hereby transferred to the 1434 [53 STAT.