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61 STAT.] 8OrH CONG., 1ST SESS.-CH. 482-AUG. 4, 1947 767 district in which the property is situated and such court shall have full jurisdiction of such proceedings, and any condemnation proceedings shall be conducted in accordance with the Act of August 1, 1888 (25 40 u. . - 257, Stat. 357), as amended, and the Act of February 26, 1931 (46 Stat. 40 U. . C .§i 258a- 1421), as amended. 258e. (c) After the institution of any such condemnation proceedings, Possession of propI possession of the property may be taken at any time the President, or such officer as he may designate, determines is necessary, and the court shall enter such orders as may be necessary to effect entry and occupancy of the property. (d) The President of the United States, or any officer or govern- Tr1er of interest mental agency duly authorized by the President, may, in the name p - of the United States, transfer or convey possession of and title to any interest in any property acquired or held by the United States, pur- suant to paragraph (a) above, to the United Nations on the terms pro- vided in the agreement or in any supplemental agreement, and shall execute and deliver such conveyances and other instruments and perform such other acts in connection therewith as may be necessary to carry out the provisions of the agreement. (e) There are authorized to be appropriated, out of any money in th=Hpraton au- the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, such sums as may be required to enable the United States to carry out the undertakings hereby authorized: Provided,That any money appropriated under this Relmbrment. authorization shall be spent only on a basis of reimbursement by the United Nations in accordance with section 3 of the agreement, and Ac, p. 7W . that the money thus reimbursed shall be deposited and covered into the Treasury of the United States as miscellaneous receipts. SEC. 3. The President, or the Secretary of State under his direction, stAges t with is authorized to enter into agreements with the State of New York or any other State of the United States and to the extent not incon- sistent with State law, with any one or more of the political subdivi- sions thereof in aid of effectuating the provisions of the agreement. SEC. 4. Any States, or, to the extent not inconsistent with State law state agreements any political subdivisions thereof, affected by the establishment of the with U. N ..et. headquarters of the United Nations in the United States are authorized to enter into agreements with the United Nations or with each other consistent with the agreement and for the purpose of facilitating com- pliance with the same: Provided, That, except in cases of emergency U.S .repreentatsve. and agreements of a routine contractual character, a representative of the United States, to be appointed by the Secretary of State, may, at the discretion of the Secretary of State, participate in the negotia- tions, and that any such agreement entered into by such State or States or political subdivisions thereof shall be subject to approval by the Secretary of State. SEC. 5 . The President is authorized to make effective with respect Tmporary head- to the temporary headquarters of the United Nations in the State of New York, on a provisional basis, such of the provisions of the agree- ment as he may deem appropriate, having due regard for the needs of the United Nations at its temporary headquarters. SEC. 6 . Nothing in the agreement shall be construed as in any way Bightsofu.S . diminishing, abridging, or weakening the right of the United States to safeguard its own security and completely to control the entrance of aliens into any territory of the United States other than the head- quarters district and its immediate vicinity, as to be defined and fixed in a supplementary agreement between the Government of the United States and the United Nations in pursuance of section 13 (3) (e) of Ant.p. . the agreement, and such areas as it is reasonably necessary to traverse in transit between the same and foreign countries. Moreover, nothing in section 14 of the agreement with respect to facilitating entrance AnJk.p. 7 .