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603 63 STAT.] 81ST CONG., IST SESS. -CHS. 422-424-AUG. 12, 1949 Canal, be furnished with such suitable clothing as may be authorized by the Governor, and an amount of money not exceeding $20." Approved August 12, 1949. [CHAPTER 423] AN A(T August 12, 1949 To authorize progressive partial payments to sponsors under the Federal Airport [s. 1285] Act program. [Public Law 224] Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That section 14 of the Federal Airport Act is amended to read as follows: "SEC. 14. The Administrator, after consultation with the sponsor or sponsors with which a grant agreement has been entered into, shall determine at what times, and in what amounts, payments shall be made under this Act. Payments under a grant agreement, in an aggregate amount of not to exceed 90 per centum of the United States share of the total estimated allowable project costs of the project, may be made from time to time in advance of accomplishment of the airport devel- opment to which such payments relate, provided, that the sponsor certify to the Administrator that the aggregate of expenditures to be made from such advance payments will not at any time exceed the cost of the airport development work which has been performed up to that time. If the Administrator determines at any time that the aggregate amount of payments made under a grant agreement exceeds the United States share of the total allowable project costs of the project, the United States shall be entitled to recover such excess. If the Administrator finds that the airport development to which the advance payments relate has not been accomplished within a reason- able time or such development is not completed the United States shall be entitled to recover such part of such advance payment for which the United States received no benefit. Payments under a grant agreement shall be made to such official or officials or depository, authorized by law to receive public funds, as may be designated by the sponsor or sponsors entitled to such payments." Approved August 12, 1949. [CHAPTER 424] AN ACT To authorize the transfer to the Attorney General of a portion of the Vigo plant, formerly the Vigo ordnance plant, near Terre Haute, Indiana, to supplement the farm lands required for the United States prison system. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the General Services Administrator be, and he hereby is, authorized and directed to transfer to the control and jurisdiction of the Attorney General, for use in connection with the United States penitentiary at Terre Haute, Indiana, all of that tract of land containing approximately one thou- sand four hundred and seventy-two acres, more or less, including all improvements thereon, being a portion of the Vigo plant, formerly the Vigo ordnance plant of the Department of the Army, near Terre Haute, in Vigo County, State of Indiana, now occupied and used for farming operations by the Bureau of Prisons of the Department of Justice under a revocable permit, dated the 21st day of July 1947, duly issued by the Department of the Army, which permit more particularly describes the land as follows, to wit: Beginning at a point where the center line of Sullivan Road intersects the center line of Boyll Road; thence east along the south lines of section 5, township 10 north, range Federal Airport Act, amendment. 60 Stat. 178. 49U.S.C.§1113. Payments under grant agreements. August 12, 1949 [S. 17451 [Public Law 2251 U. S. penitentiary, Terre Haute Ind. Transfer of land.