The Colorado river boundary marker commissioner shall:
1. Investigate the problems that will be created by the necessity of marking permanently the boundaries between the states of Nevada and California and the state of Arizona at the time the boundaries shall become permanently established under the terms of the Colorado river boundary commission act.
2. In connection with said investigation, determine the various methods which may be used to mark the permanent boundaries.
3. Report the results of his investigation to the Colorado river boundary commission and make recommendations on the methods of marking said boundary to be used.
4. Cooperate with the states of California and Nevada and the properly designated representatives of those states to insure that said method of marking shall be agreeable to all states.
5. Cooperate with the federal government in any manner necessary to establish said permanent markers.
6. Within the limits of appropriations made available therefor, and in cooperation with the Colorado river boundary commission, carry out the permanent marking of the established boundary between the states of California and Nevada and the state of Arizona.
7. Report to the legislature any problems which may arise as a result of establishing a permanently marked boundary between the states of California and Nevada and the state of Arizona.