In any case not otherwise provided for in this subchapter, the Secretary shall be
prohibited from condemning any commercial property used for commercial purposes in
existence on December 31, 1964, so long as, in his opinion, the use thereof would
further the purpose of this subchapter, and such use does not impair the usefulness
and attractiveness of the area designated for inclusion in the lakeshore. The following uses, among others, shall be considered to be uses compatible with
the purposes of this subchapter: Commercial farms, orchards, motels, rental cottages,
camps, craft and art studios, marinas, medical, legal, architectural, and other such
professional offices, and tree farms.
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