16 U.S. Code § 1102 - Joint United States-Canadian Commission; establishment; functions
Joint United States-Canadian Commission; establishment; functionsThere shall be established, in accordance with the agreement between the Governments of the United States and Canada, signed January 22, 1964, a joint United States-Canadian Commission, to be called the “Roosevelt Campobello International Park Commission,” which shall have as its functions—
to accept title from the Hammer family to the former Roosevelt estate comprising the Roosevelt home and other grounds on Campobello Island;
to take the necessary measures to restore the Roosevelt home as closely as possible to its condition when it was occupied by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt;
to administer as a memorial the Roosevelt Campobello International Park comprising the Roosevelt estate and such other lands as may be acquired.
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