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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

HAROLD L. ICKES, Secretary
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
NEWTON B. DRURY, Director

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FOREWORD

This volume is the first printed supplement to the publication, Laws Relating to the National Park Service, The National Parks and Monuments, which was issued in 1933. The large number of enactments contained herein are indicative of the expanding interest of the people and the Congress of the United States in the areas administered by the National Park Service.

The growth of the National Park System in recent years denotes recognition by the American public of the need for preserving for all time the outstanding natural and historic values of their country.

NEWTON B. DRURY Director, National Park Service

YWTED STATES OF AMERICA

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CONTENTS

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I. General ......

II. National Parks:

1. Acadia National Park ...........

2. Big Bend National Park...............

3. Bryce Canyon National Park..............

4. Carlsbad Caverns National Park...,

5. Crater Lake National Park....................

6. Everglades National Park project....

7. General Grant National Park.........

8. Glacier National Park.....

9. Great Smoky Mountains National Park............

10. Hawaii National Park ...........

11. Hot Springs National Park...............

12. Isle Royale National Park..........

13. Kings Canyon National Park.............

14. Mammoth Cave National Park.........

15. Mount McKinley National Park..

16. Olympic National Park.....

17. Platt National Park .....

18. Sequoia National Park...........

19. Shenandoah National Park.......

20. Wind Cave National Park.......

21. Yellowstone National Park..............

22. Yosemite National Park............

23. Zion National Park..............

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III. National Historical Parks:

1. Abraham Lincoln National Historical Park..............

2. Chalmette National Historical Park........................

3. Colonial National Historical Park.............

4. Cumberland Gap National Historical Park project............

5. Saratoga National Historical Park project.

IV. National Military Parks:

1. Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park....

2. Fort Donelson National Military Park.........

3. Guilford Courthouse National Military Park.....

4. Monocacy National Military Park project....

5. Petersburg National Military Park.....

6. Vicksburg National Military Park...

V. National Battlefield Parks:

1. Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park project......

2. Richmond National Battlefield Park..

VI. National Memorial Park:

1. Spanish War Memorial Park project..........

VII. National Battlefield Sites:

i. Antietam National Battlefield Site......

2. Eutaw Springs Battlefield Site project............

VIII. National Historic Sites:

1. Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site..

2. Hopewell Village National Historic Site.

3. Salem Maritime National Historic Site.....

IX. National and International Memorials: . .

1. Mount Rushmore National Memorial...

2. Coronado International Memorial project...........

1 Except laws relating to the parks of the District of Columbia.

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. X. National Monuments:

i. Ackia Battleground National Monument.............

2. Andrew Johnson National Monument..........

3. Appomattox Court House National Historical Monument

4. Badlands National Monument..............

5. Castillo de San Marcos National Monument.

6. Cedar Breaks National Monument.

7. Craters of the Moon National Monument..........

8. Death Valley National Monument................

9. Fort Frederica National Monument project......

10. Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine.....

11. Fort Pulaski National Monument ..............

12. Fort Stanwix National Monument project..............

13. George Washington Carver National Monument project...

14. Glacier Bay National Monument................

15. The Homestead National Monument of America.......

16. Lewis and Clark Cavern National Monument......

17. Montezuma Castle National Monument...................

18. Muir Woods National Monument................................

19. Ocmulgee National Monument....................................

20. Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument.............

21. Patrick Henry National Monument project.........

22. Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial

National Monument ...............

23. Pioneer National Monument project....

24. Pipestone National Monument....

25. White Sands National Monument............

26. Whitman National Monument...

XI. National Parkways:

1. Blue Ridge Parkway.......

2. Natchez Trace Parkway....

3. Oglethorpe National Trail and Parkway project... ............

XII. National Recreational Area:

1. Cape Hatteras National Seashore Recreational Area

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XIII. National Cemetery:.

1. Custer Battlefield National Cemetery..........

XIV. Miscellaneous:

1. Belvoir Military Reservation............

2. Chopawamsic Recreational Demonstration Project...........

Appendix:

1. Reorganization of Government, excerpts from Executive

Order No. 6166 of June 10, 1933..........

2. Reorganization of Government. Executive Order No.

6228 of July 28, 1933........

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Buildings in national parks, limit of cost $3,000 except under express authority ............

....... Act of February 13, 1940 Commissioners for national parks, residence..............

...............Act of June 28, 1938 Commissioners, United States, to confer jurisdiction upon certain

United States commissioners to try petty offenses committed on Fed

eral Reservations.................................... ...................Act of October 9, 1940 Exchange of land. General authority for land exchanges under the

Taylor Grazing Act........................Excerpt from Act of June 26, 1936 Federal officers, punishment for the killing or assaulting of such officers.......

..............Act of June 13, 1940 Federal Power Act, not applicable to national parks and monuments

.............Excerpt from Act of August 26, 1935 Fires on public domain and lands of United States, parks, monuments,

etc. Amend Criminal Code........... ................Act of November 15, 1941 Historic sites, buildings, objects, and antiquities of national significance-preservation by Federal Government ?...........

..................Act of August 21, 1935 Historic buildings, Secretary of the Interior to be notified before demolition by Commissioner of Public Buildings...........

...........Excerpt from Act of July 18, 1940 Information and directional signs made of cloth, availability of National Park Service appropriations for such purposes................

................Excerpt from Act of May 10, 1939 Jurisdiction. Authorizing heads of Departments to acquire exclusive or partial jurisdiction over lands acquired by the United States........

................. Excerpt from Act of October 9, 1940 Mats for reproduction of photographs of national park scenery for

publication in magazines and newspapers........Act of August 27, 1940 Meals and quarters furnished by the National Park Service to Govern

ment employees in the field and to cooperating agencies—reimbursement from cash collections and payroll deductions...................

................................................................. Excerpt from Act of May 9, 1935 Motor Carrier Act.............................Excerpts from Act of August 9, 1935 National military parks, national parks, battlefield sites, national

monuments, and miscellaneous memorials (formerly] under control of the War Department-protection of such areas ..........

........Act of March 2, 1933 National Park Service-official designation to replace designation as the Office of National Parks, Buildings, and Reservations..................

.............Excerpt from Act of March 2, 1934 National Park Trust Fund Board, establishment of “National Park Trust Fund”.....

...............Act of July 10, 1935 National parkways, location upon public lands or other Federal res

ervations. Administration of parkway appropriations in accordance

with regulations......................Excerpt from Act of September 5, 1940 Oaths to expense accounts, authorizing park officials to administer........

..................................Act of June 6, 1939 Oaths in connection with employment, designated employees to administer............

..................Excerpt from Act of June 26, 1943 Park, Parkway, and recreational-area programs in the United States, study of, planning by States with aid of National Park Service........

.................Act of June 23, 1936 Recreational Demonstration Areas, to authorize disposition thereof 3

.............Act of June 6, 1942 1 For legislation relating to specific historic sites and national parkways, see VIII and XI, pages 131 and 183, respectively.

See Executive Orders No. 6166 and 6228, pages 203 and 205, relating to transfer of functions over such areas from the War Department to the Interior Department.

8 The Recreational Demonstration Areas were transferred from the Resettlement Administration to the Secretary of the Interior by Executive Order No. 7496, November 14, 1936 (1 Fed. Reg. 1946: 16 U. S. C. sec. 459r). They were acquired by the United States under the authority of Title II of the National Industrial Recovery Act of June 16, 1933 (48 Stat. 200) and the Emergency Relief Appropriation Act of 1935, approved April 8, 1935 (49 Stat. 115).

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