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Extend certain provisions of the Clarke-McNary Act to the Territory of Porto Rico.
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Senate amendments included a provision to extend the act to county, municipal and private lands in furtherance of existing cooperative forest fire and flood control measures (in section 1 of the act as approved); a provision barring the acquisition of lands unless they were contiguous to existing public lands (later repealed by the House); and. Act Sept. 21, , ch. , title II, §, 58 Stat. , provided: "No part of any appropriation which is available for carrying out the Cooperative Farm Forestry Act (16 U.S.C. b) [repealed] and sections 4 and 5 of the Clarke-McNary Act (16 U.S.C. [repealed], ) shall be expended in any State or Territory unless the State or.
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Toggle navigation main page. Clarke-McNary Act of June 7th (43 Stat. ) expands or modifies many aspects of the Weeks Act of The act authorizes appropriations for cooperation with state agencies for fire control, and eliminates the provision that national forest lands could only be purchased in the headwaters of watersheds on navigable streams for watershed.
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passage of the Clarke-McNary Act that the Division, with this federal aid and impetus, was able to expand to meet the difficult tasks in fire control on private forest and range lands throughout the state.
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