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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 337-JULY 25, 1947 Recreational areas: For administration, protection, maintenance, and improvement, pursuant to cooperative agreements, of areas devoted to recreational use which are under the jurisdiction of other Federal agencies, $260,400. Emergency reconstruction and fighting forest fires: For reconstruc- tion, replacement, and repair of roads, trails, bridges, buildings, and other physical improvements and of equipment in areas under the jurisdiction of the National Park Service that are damaged or destroyed by flood, fire, storm, or other unavoidable causes, and for fighting or emergency prevention of forest fires in areas administered by the National Park Service, or fires that endanger such areas, includ- ing lands in process of condemnation for national park or monument Transferof funds. purposes, $30,000, together with such sums as may be necessary to be transferred upon the approval of the Secretary from the foregoing Report to Congress. appropriations for the National Park Service, any such diversions of appropriations to be reported to Congress in the annual Budget: Provided, That the allotment of these funds to the various areas administered by the National Park Service as may be required for fire-fighting purposes shall be made by the Secretary only after the obligation for the expenditure has been incurred. Accounting. The total of the foregoing amounts shall be available in one fund Interchange of for the National Park Service: Provided, That 5 per centum of the foregoing amounts shall be available interchangeably and any such diversion of funds shall be reported to Congress in the annual Budget. Investigation and purchase of water rights: For the investigation and establishment of water rights, including the acquisition thereof or of lands or interests in lands or rights-of-way for use and protection of water rights necessary or beneficial in the administration and public use of areas under the jurisdiction of the National Park Service, to remain available until expended, $15,000. Travel Bureau: For expenses necessary in carrying out the Act of 6U.sC.tas §7388d. July 19, 1940 (16 U. S . C . 18), including personal services in the District of Columbia; participation by the Travel Bureau in interna- tional expositions and conferences dealing with travel; and printing and binding; $75,000. Recreational demonstration areas: For administration, protection, operation, and maintenance of recreational demonstration areas, $30,000. National Capital Salaries and expenses, National Capital parks: For administration, protection, maintenance, and improvement of the Arlington Memorial Bridge, George Washington Memorial Parkway, monuments and memorials in the District of Columbia and area adjacent thereto, Lee Mansion, Battleground National Cemetery, Chopawamsic Park, Ches- apeake and Ohio Canal, Federal parks in the District of Columbia, . Code I§ -102 and other Federal lands authorized by the Act of May 29, 1930 (46 note, -16 n. Stat. 482), including the pay and allowances in accordance with the D. C . Code i 4201 provisions of the Act of May 27, 1924 (43 Stat. 174), as amended, of the United States park police force, purchase of revolvers and ammunition, purchase, cleaning, and repair of uniforms for police, guards, and elevator conductors, and equipment, per diem employees at rates of pay approved by the Secretary not exceeding current rates for similar services in the District of Columbia, stenographic report- tudies of ec- gservice, carfare, and newspapers (not to exceed $100), $770,000. tional reoesoure, etc. or investigations and studies of the recreational resources and the archeological remains in the river basins of the United States (except the Missouri River Basin), including reports, recommendations, and plans, in cooperation with the United States Corps of Engineers and 484 [61 STAT.