Director of United States Geological Survey.
Findings and purpose.
Geologic mapping program.
Geologic mapping program 5-year plan.
National geologic map database.
Authorization of appropriations.
Report on resource research activities.
Biological research activity of Survey; review and report by National Academy of Sciences.
Purchase of books.
Acquisition of scientific or technical books, maps, etc., for library.
Acquisition of lands or interests therein for use in gaging streams or underground water resources.
Acceptance of contributions from public and private sources; cooperation with other agencies in prosecution of projects.
Topographic surveys; marking elevations.
Publications and reports; preparation and sale.
Distribution of maps and atlases, etc.
Use of receipts from sale of maps for map printing and distribution.
Copies to Senators, Representatives, and Delegates.
Sale of transfers or copies of data.
Production and sale of copies of photographs and records; disposition of receipts.
46 to 48.
Omitted or Repealed.
Extension of cooperative work to Puerto Rico.
Survey’s share of cost of topographic mapping or water resources investigations carried on with States.
Funds for mappings and investigations considered intragovernmental funds.
Working capital fund for United States Geological Survey.
Recording of obligations against accounts receivable and crediting of amounts received; work involving cooperation with State, Territory, etc.
Payment of costs incidental to utilization of services of volunteers.
Services of students or recent graduates.
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