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1. Acquisition of lands and loans to Indians in Oklahoma, act of June 26, 1936.-Revenue derived from mineral deposits underlying certain lands purchased in Oklahoma are used for the acquisition of lands and for loans to individual Indians, associations, or corporate groups of Indians residing in Oklahoma (25 U.S.C. 507).

2. Indian arts and crafts.-Fees charged for use of Government trademarks attesting to genuineness and quality of Indian products are used to stimulate sales of Indian arts and crafts (25 U.S.C. 305 a, c).

3. Operation and maintenance, Indian irrigation systems.-Revenues derived from charges for operation and maintenance of Indian irrigation projects are used to defray in part the cost of operating and maintaining these projects (60 Stat. 895).

4. Power systems, Indian irrigation projects.-Revenues collected from the sale of electric power by the Colorado River, Flathead, and San Carlos power systems are used to operate and maintain these systems (60 Stat. 895; 65 Stat. 254).

5. Colorado River Indian Reservation benefits, southern and northern reserves.-Receipts from leasing of unassigned lands, Colorado River Indian Reservation, Ariz., southern and northern reserves, may be expended for the benefit of the Colorado River tribes and their members (69 Stat. 725; 74 Stat. 199).

6. Purchase of land, Rocky Boy's Reservation, Mont.Proceeds from the sale of land, known as Great Falls Subsistence Homestead, are available for the purchase of land for the reservation (64 Stat. 463).

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passenger motor vehicles (including seventy-five for police-type use which may exceed by $300 each the general purchase price limitation for the current fiscal year), of which one hundred and [seventyfive] eighty-six shall be for replacement only, which may be used for the transportation of Indians; advance payments for service (including services which may extend beyond the current fiscal year) under contracts executed pursuant to the Act of June 4, 1936 (25 U.S.C. 452), the Act of August 3, 1956 (70 Stat. 986), and legislation terminating Federal supervision over certain Indian tribes; and expenses required by continuing or permanent treaty provisions.

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Analysis of deficit:

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ALLOCATIONS RECEIVED FROM OTHER ACCOUNTS Note.- Obligations incurred under allocations from other accounts are included in the schedules of the parent appropriations, as follows:

Health, Education, and Welfare: Public Health Service. "Construction of Indian health facilities."

Interior: Bureau of Reclamation, "Construction and rehabilitation,"

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This fund was transferred from the Housing and Home Finance Agency to the Secretary of the Interior under the provisions of Public Law 85-806, enacted August 28, 1958 (72 Stat. 974). The Secretary will use the funds transferred from the Housing and Home Finance Agency, along with any other revenues that may be received from the Hoonah housing project for the purpose of liquidating the project in accordance with the provisions of law. The deficit is expected to increase as funds are used for the liquidation of the project.

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Program by activities: 1. Facilitating common services (De

partment of Health, Education,

and Welfare). 2. Road relocation (Corps of Engineers,

Department of the Army-Civil).3. Miscellaneous other accounts.. 4. Replacement of personal property

sold..... 5. Surplus milk products..

Total program costs, funded

obligations.

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN LIBRARIES

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Relation of obligations to expenditures:
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

71 Total obligations (affecting expenditures)-- 27,041 29,862 33,215
72 Obligated balance, start of year..

3,698 3,469 4,331 The Service's primary responsibility is to administer 74 Obligated balance, end of year..

-3,469 -4,331 -4,546

-39 national parks and other nationally significant areas of 77 Adjustments in expired accounts. unusual historic, scenic, scientific, or recreational character

90 Expenditures excluding pay increase so that they may be preserved for public use and en

supplemental.

27,232 28,392 32,976 joyment.

91 Expenditures from civilian pay in1966 will be the final year of the 10-year Mission 66

crease supplemental....

608 24 program to provide adequate personnel and facilities needed to serve the ever-increasing number of visitors to 1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders,

1963, $1,906 thousand (1964. adjust ments, - $39 thousand); 1964, $1,694 thoupark areas, and at the same time preserve park values. sand; 1965, $1,694 thousand; 1966, $1,694 thousand. Visitation to parks is expected to increase from 102.5 million in 1964 to 117.5 million in 1966.

1. Management of park and other areas.---The estimate contemplates the administration of 218 parks comprising

about 26 million acres located in 44 States, the District of General and special funds:

Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands. The

program increase proposed is to provide for (a) administraMANAGEMENT AND PROTECTION

tion of 11 new park areas; (b) park areas activated since For expenses necessary for the management and protection of the beginning of Mission 66 now partially financed; the areas and facilities administered by the National Park Service, | (c) operation of newly constructed facilities and to meet including protection of lands in process of condemnation; [and for] requirements generated by increased visitor use and plans, investigations, and studies of the recreational resources (exclusive of preparation of detail plans and working drawings) and

general park program expansion in pre-Mission 66 areas; archeological values in river basins of the United States (except (d) commercial power and telephone connection charges; the Missouri River Basin); [$29,075,000, including not to exceed (e) commencement of a program for surveying and $680,000 for travel and transportation of persons] and not to monumenting park boundaries; (f) safety staff's in five exceed $25,000 for the Roosevelt Campobello International Park Commission, $33,215,000.

of the regional offices and to strengthen the safety staff [For an additional amount for "Management and protection",

in the Washington office; (g) additional motion picture and for the United States' share of the expenses of the Roosevelt audiovisual productions; (h) enlarge the natural sciences Campobello International Park Commission, as authorized by studies program; (i) commencement of a park operations Public Law 88–363 (78 Stat. 299), $155,000, to remain available until expended.] (6 U.S.C. 124-132; 16 U.S.C. 1, 16, 1c, 1d, 3, study program; (j) eight additional U.S. Park Police by 27

: k, n, 810, 431-483, 459, 460, 460a-2, 461-467, 590a, positions and supporting expenses; and additional staffing 6901

, 594; 40 U.S.C. 484(k); 43 U.S.C. 620(9); 50 U.S.C. 1622h(1); and general expense funds for management, protection, 2.0. 6228 of July 28, 1933;* Act of May 29, 1930 (46 Stat. 482, 483); Act of August '17, 1949 (63 Stat. 612); Department of the

and interpretation functions for the National Capital Interior and Related Agencies Appropriation Act, 1965; Supple

Region; (k) production of additional free informational mental Appropriation Act, 1965; Act of July 7, 1964 (78 Stat. 299).) and sales publications; and (1) payment to the Bureau

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PUBLIC LAND MANAGEMENT—Continued in the provision of realistic land appraisal data in con

nection with new area proposals. NATIONAL PARK SERVICE~Continued

5. Concessions management. There are over 200 conGeneral and special funds-Continued

cessioners operating in the parks and other areas. Sery

ices to be rendered are determined; contracts are negotiated MANAGEMENT AND PROTECTION--continued

or permits issued; rates are established and records are

audited. The program increase proposed is to provide of Employees' Compensation, Department of Labor, as

for additional operating expenses generated by the required by Public Law 86–767, approved September 13,

activation of new park areas and for a more adequate 1960. The estimate also provides $25,000 for the Roose

overall program. velt Campobello International Park Commission. The following tabulation shows the actual and estimated

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars) visitor and revenue receipts (in thousands):

Identification code

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receipts 1963 actual..

94,093 $6,451 1964 actual

7,086

Personnel compensation: 1964 estimated.

102,500
11.1 Permanent positions.

16,732 18,009 18,785 1965 estimated.

110,000 5,847
11.3 Positions other than permanent..

2,667 3,010 3,655 1966 estimated.

117,500 1,477
11.5 Other personnel compensation..

492 537 595 2. Forestry and fire control.--Vegetation such as forests,

Total personnel compensation. 19,891 21,556 23,035 12.0 Personnel benefits.....

1,750 1,877 2,004 brushland, and grassland totaling over 13 million acres 21.0 Travel and transportation of persons.

578 680 850 are protected from fire, destructive insects, diseases and

22.0 Transportation of things.--

198 265

309 other preventable damage. The program increase pro- 23.0 Rent, communications, and utilities

846 915 1,122 posed is to provide for operating requirements generated

24.0 Printing and reproduction..

356 365 459 25.1 Other services..

1,284 1,450 2,482 by increased visitor use, activation of new park areas, 25.2 Services of other agencies

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47 73 and general park program expansion. A supplemental 26.0 Supplies and materials.

1,073 1,298 1,469 appropriation for 1965 is anticipated for separate trans- 31.0 Equipment...

972 1,254

1,387 mittal.

32.0 Lands and structures.

39 41.0 Grants, subsidies, and contributions.

155 25 3. Soil and moisture conservation.—The program will

42.0 Insurance claims and indemnities.

13 permit corrective measures in 36 parks in accordance with the Service's long-range soil and moisture conservation 99.0 Total obligations.

27,041 29,862 33,215 program. 4. Park and recreation programs.-Studies are conducted

Personnel Summary to determine the significance and suitability of natural, historical and recreational areas proposed for inclusion

Total number of permanent positions.

2,450

2,479 in the National Park System; and to determine the Full-time equivalent of other positions

606 678

810 boundaries of proposed areas and recommend changes in Average number of all employees

2,945 3,012 3,249

8.4 8.4 existing area boundaries as needed. Assistance is provided | Average GS grade. other Federal agencies, the States, and their political

Average GS salary.

$7,770 $8,102 $8.065 Average salary of ungraded positions

$5,508 $5,700 subdivisions upon request, in general development planning, site planning, consultation on design, construction, and operational matters, interpretative planning, and

Proposed for separate transmittal: guidance in protection and preservation of historical and archeological values on lands involved. Studies and investigations are carried out leading to establishment and acquisition of rights to sources of water supply; and

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)
technical assistance is provided in acquiring lands and in Identification code
solving problems relating to both normal and adverse 10-12-1033-1-1-405
uses made of some of the park lands. The Service
participates in the negotiation of agreements with State Program by activities:
and local government agencies for recreation administra-

10 Forestry and fire control (costs--obliga-
tions).

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tion on lands developed with Federal funds; conducts
archeological investigations and salvage programs in Financing:
areas threatened by inundation through reservoir con- 40 New obligational authority (proposed sup-
struction; and conducts surveys of historic sites and plemental appropriation)..

265 buildings to document for present and future use pertinent information with respect to them and to determine the

Relation of obligations to expenditures: ones that should be preserved as a part of the American 71 Total obligations (affecting expenditures).

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72 Obligated balance, start of year.heritage. The program increase proposed is to provide for (a) a

74 Obligated balance, end of year.

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90 Expenditures.

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15 interpretation of the newly authorized Ice Age National Scientific Reserve in Wisconsin; (b) participation in interdepartmental comprehensive river basin studies (except in the Missouri River Basin); and (c) correcting inadequacies 'mate is anticipated for forest fire suppression.

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