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108th CONGRESS
  2d Session
                                H. R. 5237

     To authorize the placement of an equestrian statue depicting 
frontiersman, explorer, and missionary Jacob Hamblin on the grounds of 
    the Forest Service Kaibab Plateau Visitor Center in Jacob Lake, 
                    Arizona, and for other purposes.


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                    IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

                            October 6, 2004

  Mr. Renzi introduced the following bill; which was referred to the 
                         Committee on Resources

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                                 A BILL


 
     To authorize the placement of an equestrian statue depicting 
frontiersman, explorer, and missionary Jacob Hamblin on the grounds of 
    the Forest Service Kaibab Plateau Visitor Center in Jacob Lake, 
                    Arizona, and for other purposes.

    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the 
United States of America in Congress assembled,

SECTION 1. PLACEMENT OF EQUESTRIAN STATUE DEPICTING JACOB HAMBLIN AT 
              FOREST SERVICE KAIBAB PLATEAU VISITOR CENTER, JACOB LAKE, 
              ARIZONA.

    (a) Statue Authorized.--The Secretary of Agriculture shall 
authorize the Jacob Hamblin Legacy Organization to install a bronze 
equestrian statue depicting frontiersman, explorer, and missionary 
Jacob Hamblin on the grounds of the Forest Service Kaibab Plateau 
Visitor Center in Jacob Lake, Arizona. The authority to install the 
statue includes the authority to provide historical information 
regarding the life of Jacob Hamblin, either as part of the base of the 
statue or a nearby display.
    (b) Location of Statue.--The statue authorized by subsection (a) 
shall be installed in a prominent location in front of the visitor 
center so that the statue is visible from both Highway 67 and Highway 
89 Alt.
    (c) Design Approvals.--The statue authorized by subsection (a) 
shall be at least life size. The actual design of the statue, and the 
historical information to be provided as part of the statue, shall be 
subject to the approval of the Secretary.
    (d) Prohibition on Use of Federal Funds for Establishment.--No 
Federal funds may be expended to design the statue authorized by 
subsection (a), to acquire the statue, to prepare the site selected for 
the statue, or to install the statue.
    (e) Suspension for Misrepresentation in Fundraising.--The Secretary 
may suspend the authority of the Jacob Hamblin Legacy Organization to 
place the statue at the visitor center if the Secretary determines that 
fundraising efforts relating to the statue have misrepresented an 
affiliation of the Jacob Hamblin Legacy Organization with the Federal 
Government.
    (f) Annual Report.--Until the statue authorized by subsection (a) 
is installed, the Jacob Hamblin Legacy Organization shall submit to the 
Secretary an annual report of operations related to fundraising efforts 
for the statue and progress on the placement of the statue at the 
visitor center.
    (g) Maintenance.--Upon installation of the statue authorized by 
subsection (a) at the visitor center, the Secretary shall assume 
responsibility for the maintenance of the statue. The Secretary may 
accept contributions for the maintenance of the statue from the Jacob 
Hamblin Legacy Organization or other persons. Amounts accepted under 
this subsection shall be merged with other funds available to the 
Secretary for the operation and maintenance of the visitor center.
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