PUBLIC LAW 90-606-OCT. 18, 1968
ington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission shall certify to the Commissioner of the District of Columbia, with respect to each calendar month commencing with September 1968, and ending August 1971, all inclusive, an amount which is the difference between the total of all reduced fares paid during such calendar month to jsuch carrier by schoolchildren in accordance with this Act and the amount which would have been paid during that month to such carrier if such fares had been paid at the lowest adult fare established by the Commission for regular route transportation in that month. The certification required by this section shall be made for each such month as soon a^ practicable following the end thereof. The Commissioner of the District of Columbia, upon receiving any such certification, shall pay the carrier with respect to which that certification was filed an amount equal to the amount contained therein." Approved October 18, 1968.
Public Law 90-606 October 18, 19 68
[H. R. 551]
Biscayne National Monu-
rpQ authorize the establishment of the Biscayne National Monument in the State cf Florida, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled. That, in order to -,
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ment, Fia. preserve and protect tor the education, inspiration, recreation, and Establishment, eujoymeut of present and future generations a rare combination of terrestrial, marine, and amphibious life in a tropical setting of great natural beauty, the Secretary of the Interior may establish the Biscayne ]S ational Monument within so much of the area in the State of Florida as generally depicted on the drawing entitled "Biscayne National Monument Boundary Map," numbered N M - B I S 7101, and dated May 1966, which drawing is superimposed on a photographic reproduction of a portion of Coast and Geodetic Survey Chart Numbered 1249 (eighth edition, December 20, 1965, correction numbered 22, dated May 28, 1966) as lies north of the north boundary of the channel easement shown thereon. The drawing shall be on file and available for public inspection in the offices of the National Park Service, Department of the Interior. The Secretary may revise the boundaries of the national monument from time to time, but the total acreage of the national monument shall not exceed ninety-six thousand three hundred acres and no boundary shall be revised outward or in such a manner as to obstruct any seaport channel which may be hereafter constructed outside the boundaries hereinbefore referred to. Land acquisigj,Q 2. (a) Within the boundaries of the Biscayne National Monution ment, the Secretary of the Interior may acquire lands, waters, or interests therein by donation, purchase with donated or appropriated funds, or exchange. The Secretary may in addition acquire by any of the above methods not more than eighty acres of land or interests therein on the mainland for a headquarters site, and not more than forty acres of land or interests therein on Key Largo for a visitor contact site. (b) When acquiring property by exchange the Secretary may accept title to any non-Federal property within the boundaries of the national monument, and outside of such boundaries within the limits prescribed in subsection (a) of this section, and in exchange therefor he may convey to the grantor of such property any federally owned property under his jurisdiction in the State of Florida which he classifies as