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PUBLIC LAW 90-000—MMMM. DD, 1968


PUBLIC LAW 90-264-MAR. 12, 1968

[82 STAT.

(5) the United States shall have the option to purchase all of the property leased under this title for an amount not in excess of the fair market value of such {jroperty any time after the first year of the lease on one year's written notice and on such terms and conditions including credit toward such purchase price of any portions of rentals paid by the United States as may be mutually agreed upon; (6) rentals paid by the United States shall not exceed the fair rental value of the property as mutually determined by the Secretary, the Administrator, and the Lessor; (7) the aggregate annual cost to the United States of all leases entered into under this title shall not exceed $3,500,000; (8) the total cost of all alterations referred to in paragraph (1) and all construction referred to in paragraph (3) shall not exceed $16,000,000, except that total cost of such alterations shall not exceed $5,000,000. (b) I n addition to the terms and conditions set forth in subsection (a) of this section, agreements and leases entered into under authority of this title shall include such other terms and conditions as the Secretary and the Administrator jointly shall prescribe. SEC. 103. The Secretary shall administer any property leased under this title in accordance with those provisions of the Act of August 25, 39 Stat. 535. iQ^Q ("[g U.S.C. 1 et seq.), as amended and supplemented, applicable to the administration of the national park system. f s T ' ' *° ^°"' SEC. 104. On or before April 15, 1968, the Secretary shall report to gress Congress the results of a full and complete investigation and study of the problems of transporting visitors along the Mall and its vicinity in the District of Columbia, on the United States Capitol Grounds, and to and from the National Visitor Center, including but not limited to, types of transportation to be utilized, the operation of any such transportation system, the feasibility of providing free transportation for visitors on all or any portion of such system, and proposed legislation to carry out his recommendations. SEC. 105. (a) I n connection with the construction of the parking facility to be constructed pursuant to section 102(a)(3) of this title, the District of Columbia shall, upon the request of the Secretary, transfer to the Secretary any real property under its jurisdiction which may be necessary to provide vehicular access to public roads and highways in the immediate area of such facility. (b) Any alteration in the existing traffic pattern in Union Station Plaza necessitated or made desirable by reason of such parking facility shall be made only after consultation with the Architect of the Capitol. SEC. 106. (a) Notwithstanding the execution of any agreement or lease pursuant to this title, the Secretary, in consultation with the National Visitor Facilities Advisory Commission established under title II of this Act, is directed (1) to make a continuing study of the needs of visitors to the Washington metropolitan area, including the necessity and desirability of different or additional visitor facilities, and of altering existing visitor facilities, and (2) to recommend that the Administrator acquire, alter, or construct such facilities, ^^p*""* to Con(}3) The Secretary shall submit annually a report to Congress on the gress National Visitor Center authorized by this title and on all other visitor facilities authorized in accordance with this Act, including the amendments made by this Act. SEC. 107. AH existing laws or parts of laws inconsistent with the provisions of this Act are hereby repealed to the extent to which they