Policies, Programs, and Activities of the Department of the Interior: Hearings Before the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, House of Representatives, Eighty-eighth Congress, First Session
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1963 - 342 páginas
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Página 206 - ... to conserve the scenery and the natural and historic objects and the wild life therein and to provide for the enjoyment of the same in such manner and by such means as will leave them unimpaired for the enjoyment of future generations.
Página 206 - The service thus established shall promote and regulate the, use of the Federal areas known as national parks, monuments, and reservations hereinafter specified by such means and measures as conform to the fundamental purpose of the said parks, monuments, and reservations...
Página 226 - That is all, Mr. Chairman. Mr. MORRIS. The gentleman from Utah. Mr. BURTON. Mr. Chairman, I am not a member of this subcommittee, but I would like to join with the full committee in welcoming Mr.
Página 33 - ... came up. Mr. ROGERS. The Chair recognizes the gentleman from Colorado, the chairman of the full committee, Mr. Aspmall. Mr. ASPINALL. Mr. Chairman, Mr. Dominy, of course this meeting is beneficial to all of us, but should be especially beneficial to the newer members of the committee. This committee has endeavored to hold our project authorizations to certain feasibility requirements. Would you explain to the committee the differences and what is involved with physical feasibility, economic feasibility,...
Página 94 - To amend the mineral leasing laws and the mining laws to provide for multiple mineral development of the same tracts of public lands, and for other purposes.
Página 216 - ... administering lands under their jurisdiction. 2. Except for existing Administration proposals, those covered in our agreement, or routine boundary adjustments, jurisdictional responsibility will not be disturbed among the agencies of our two Departments which are managing and developing lands for public recreation. 3. Neither Department will initiate unilaterally new proposals to change the status of lands under jurisdiction of the other Department.
Página 93 - Secretary to make a like conveyance to any occupant of an unpatented mining claim, who, after notice from a qualified officer of the United States that the claim is believed to be invalid, relinquishes to the United States all right in and to such claim which he may have under the mining laws.
Página 160 - Congress as plenary power in this area, under the Constitution, and this committee considers hundreds of different ideas on how any given Indian problem should be resolved. ALASKA The Secretary mentioned Alaska, and particularly the Alaskan native land problems and the heirship problem, in his general statement before this committee. The former has been a particularly sensitive one for me, for the controversy too frequently has been cast in terms of conflict between the Bureau of Land Management...
Página 158 - ... school system is totally inadequate in terms of stateside instruction for their children. I think we are gradually working our way out of this and working up a system of recruitments that will improve the situation greatly. Mr. HALEY. I hope that you can because, as the chairman of the full committee has so well stated, that is more or less a showplace, to some extent, and the educational training that youngsters receive, in my opinion, is what makes good citizens. Certainly, in this committee...