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PUBLIC LAW 86-000—MMMM. DD, 1960



PUBLIC LAW 86-649-JULY 14, 1960


(b) Subject to the provisions of this section, any provisions in statutes which fix fees, service fees or charges, or commissions for the purposes covered in this title, are hereby repealed, including, without limitation, the first proviso of the General Land Office appropriations in the Act of February 14, 1031 (46 Stat. 1115, 1118; 43 U.S.C. 23), section 2239 of the Revised Statutes (43 U.S.C. 84), and such provisions of the following x\cts as are contained in section 82, title 43, United States Code: Act Revised Statutes May 14, 1880 (in sec. 2) December 17, 1880 .luly 26, 1892 March 22, 1904 May 29, 1908 (in sec. 14) .January 24, 1923 •Tune 5, 1924 March 3, 1925


-Gitation Section 2238. 21 Stat. 140, l 4 l. 21 Stat. 311. 27 Stat. 276. 33 Stat. 144. 35 Stat. 465, 468. 42 Stat. 1174, 1179. 43 Stat. 390, 395. 43 Stat. 1141,114.5.

SEC. 203. This Act shall not be construed as affecting the provisions of the Act of August 24, 1912, as amended (5 U.S.C. 488), relating to Stat. st^at. 497; 64 ^^3/ 402. the price of copies of records furnished by the Department of the Interior. SEC. 204. (a) I n any case where it shall appear to the satisfaction of the Secretary of the Interior that any person has made a payment under any statute relating to the sale, entry, lease, use, or other disposition of the public lands which is not required, or is in excess of the amount required, by applicable law and the regulations issued by the Secretary, the Secretary, upon application or otherwise, may cause a refund to be made from applicable funds. (b) The Act of March 26, 1908 (35 Stat. 48), as amended and supplemented by the Act of December 11, 1919 (41 Stat. 366; 43 U.S.C. 95-98), and the Act of June 27, 1930 (46 Stat. 822; 43 U.S.C. 98a), is hereby repealed. TITLE III—DEPOSITS AND FOR F E I T U R E S SEC. 301. Any moneys received by the United States as a result of the forfeiture of a bond or deposit by a timber purchaser or permittee who does not fulfill the requirements of his contract or permit or does not comply with the regulations of the Department, or as a,result of a compromise or settlement of any claim whether sounding in tort or in contract involving present or potential damage to tirnberlands, shall be covered into the Treasury and are hereby appropriated and made available, until expended as the Secretary may direct, to cover the cost to the United States of any forest improvement, protection, or rehabilitation work, which has been rendered necessary by the action which has led to the forfeiture, compromise, or settlement. SEC. 302. The Secretary of the Interior may require a user or users of roads or trails under the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Land Management to maintain such roads or trails in a satisfactory condition commensurate with the particular use requirements and the use made by each, the extent of such maintenance to be shared by the users in proportion to such use or, if such maintenance cannot be so provided, to deposit sufficient money to enable the Secretary to provide such maintenance. Such deposits shall be covered into the Treasury and are hereby appropriated and made available until expended, as the Secretary may direct, to cover the cost to the United States of the maintenance of any road or trail under the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Land Management.