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PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 482-AUG. 4, 1947 Ante, p . 768 Passes to certain city and state em- ployees. Underground conC structions Acquisition ofprop erty by U.S. Condemation pro- ceedings in U. S . dis- trict court. IN WrrNESS WHEREOF the respective representatives have signed this Agreement and have affixed their seals hereto. DONE in duplicate, in the English and French languages, both authentic, at Lake Success the twenty-sixth day of June 1947. For the Government of the United States of America: G. C. MARSHALL Secretary of State For the United Nations: TRYGVE LIE Secretary-General ANNEX 1 The area referred to in Section 1 (a) (1) consists of (a) the premises bounded on the East by the westerly side of Franklin D. Roosevelt Drive, on the West by the easterly side of First Avenue, on the North by the southerly side of East Forty-eighth Street, and on the South by the northerly side of East Forty-second Street, all as proposed to be widened, in the Borough of Manhattan, City and State of New York, and (b) an easement over Franklin D. Roosevelt Drive, above a lower limiting plane to be fixed for the construction and maintenance of an esplanade, together with the structures thereon and foundations and columns to support the same in locations below such limiting plane, the entire area to be more definitely defined by supplemental agreement between the United Nations and the United States of America. ANNEX 2 -MAINTENANCOE OFUTLrTI ES AND UNDERGROUND CONSTRUCnTION SECTION 1 The Secretary-General agrees to provide passes to duly authorized employees of The City of New York, the State of New York, or any of their agencies or subdivisions, for the purpose of enabling them to inspect, repair, maintain reconstruct and relocate utilities, conduits, mains and sewers within the headquarters district. SECTION 2 Underground constructions may be undertaken by The City of New York, or the State of New York or any of their agencies or sub- divisions, within the headquarters district only after consultation with the Secretary-General, and under conditions which shall not disturb the carrying out of the functions of the United Nations. SEC. 2 . for the purpose of carrying out the obligations of the United States under said agreement and supplemental agreements with respect to United States assurances that the United Nations shall not be dispossessed of its property in the headquarters district, and with respect to the establishment of radio facilities and the possible estab- lishment of an airport: (a) The President of the United States, or any official or govern- mental agency authorized by the President, may acquire in the name of the United States any property or interest therein by purchase, donation, or other means of transfer, or may cause proceedings to be instituted for the acquisition of the same by condemnation. (b) Upon the request of the President, or such officer as the President may designate, the Attorney General of the United States shall cause such condemnation or other proceedings to be instituted in the name of the United States in the district court of the United States for the 766 [61 STAT.