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The Secretary of War is authorized and directed to proceed immediately with said research, development, procurement, experimentation, and operation for service testing and further to allot such sums from this fund to other Federal departments or agencies as he, in his judgment and discretion and within the limits herein prescribed, may deem advisable for the furtherance of these purposes.

The following agencies of the Federal Government are hereby authorized and directed to submit to the Secretary of War plans for research, development, procurement, experimentation, and operation for service testing of rotary-wing and other aircraft. Upon presentation of plans, together with estimates of requirements, the Secretary of War will approve, apportion, and allot the necessary funds which in his discretion may appear proper for each respectively.

The agencies referred to are:

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(b) In the Department of Agriculture, the Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine, the Bureau of Biological Survey, and the Forest Service.

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Such of these agencies as are approved by the Secretary of War for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this Act and to whom the Secretary of War in accordance with the provisions of this Act shall allocate funds are hereby directed to report at the end of each fiscal year or at such times as the Secretary of War may direct, showing the progress of the work in hand, future programs, if any, and recommendations. Special emphasis in these reports shall be placed on the utility of rotary-wing and other aircraft at the present time and the promise this type of aircraft holds for the future in the opinion of the chief of each agency concerned. (June 30, 1938, 52 Stat. 1255; 50 U. S. C., sec. 95.)

2051-1. Secretary of War authorized to transfer certain military reservations to Secretary of Agriculture. That the Secretary of War be, and he is hereby, authorized to transfer to the agencies hereinafter set forth the military reservations hereinafter named, or any portions thereof, upon determination by him that said military reservations, or portions thereof, are no longer needed for military purposes: Provided, That in case any of these reservations, or portions thereof, with the exception of the Escambron Tract, Puerto Rico, shall at any future time become surplus to the needs of the agency to which transferred, the head of such agency is hereby directed to transfer the same back to the Secretary of War to be sold under the provisions of the Act of March 12, 1926 (44 Stat. 203): Provided further, That in the event the transfer of any of these reservations, or portions thereof, with the exception of the Escambron Tract, Puerto Rico, is not desired by the respective agencies hereinafter set forth, then the Secretary of War, after the expiration of ninety days following the passage of this Act, shall be, and he is hereby, authorized to sell such reservations, or any portions thereof, under the provisions of the foregoing Act of March 12, 1926.

The agencies to which transfers are authorized and the names of the reservations, with the approximate amount of land involved in each instance, authorized to be transferred are as follows:

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To the Department of Agriculture: Fort DeSoto, Florida, four hundred and forty-nine and twenty-six one-hundredths acres; Fisherman's Island, Virginia, two hundred and twenty-five acres. (Apr. 26, 1938, sec. 1, 52 Stat, 247.)

PARALLEL STATUTORY REFERENCE TABLE Indicating by statutory section and/or page numbers where statutes may be found with respect to numbered paragraphs of the 1935 Edition of the Laws Applicable to the United States Department of Agriculture and the 1941 Supplement.

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