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this subsection will not apply to any project with an estimated cost less than $5,000,000.

design

SEC. 103. The Commission is authorized to perform Construction construction design services for any Commission con- services. struction project whenever (1) such construction project has been included in a proposed authorization bill transmitted to the Congress by the Commission, and (2) the Commission determines that the project is of such urgency that construction of the project should be initiated promptly upon enactment of legislation appropriating funds for its construction.

SEC. 104. Any moneys received by the Commission (except sums received from the disposal of property under the Atomic Energy Community Act of 1955, as amended (42 U.S.C. 2301)), may be retained by the Commission and credited to its "Operating expenses" appropriation notwithstanding the provisions of section 3617 of the Revised Statutes (31 U.S.C. 484).

69 Stat. 471.

Transfer of

SEC. 105. Transfers of sums from the "Operating ex- sums. penses" appropriation may be made to other agencies of the Government for the performance of the work for which the appropriation is made, and in such cases the sums so transferred may be merged with the appropriation to which transferred.

amounts.

SEC. 106. When so specified in an appropriation Act, Transfer of transfers of amounts between "Operating expenses" and "Plant and capital equipment" may be made as provided in such appropriation Act.

SEC. 107. AMENDMENT OF PRIOR YEAR ACTS.-(a) Sec

tion 101 of Public Law 89-428, as amended, is further 80 Stat. 162; amended by striking from subsection (b) (3) project 67- 81 Stat. 126. 3-a, fast flux test facility, the figure "$87,500,000", and substituting therefor the figure "$420,000,000".

(b) Section 101 of Public Law 91-273, as amended, is 87 Stat. 145. further amended by striking from subsection (b)(1), project 71-1-f, process equipment modifications, gaseous diffusion plants, the figure $172,100,000" and substituting therefor the figure "$295,100,000".

84 Stat. 300;

(c) Section 106 of Public Law 91-273, as amended, is 87 Stat. 145. further amended by striking from subsection (a) the figure "$2,000,000" and substituting therefor the figure "$3,000,000", and by adding thereto the following new subsection (c):

"(c) The Commission is hereby authorized to agree, by modification to the definitive cooperative arrangement reflecting such changes therein as it deems appropriate for such purpose, to the following: (1) to execute and deliver to the other parties to the AEC definitive contract, the special undertaking of indemnification specified in said contract, which undertakings shall be subject to availability of appropriations to the Atomic Energy Commission (or any other Federal agency to which the Commission's pertinent functions might be transferred

81 U.S.C. 665.

86 Stat. 223.

88 Stat. 119.

87 Stat. 143.

83 Stat. 46; 86 Stat. 225.

85 Stat. 804.

86 Stat. 224.

69 Stat. 947.

42 U.S.C. 2187.

at some future time) and to the provisions of section 3679 of the Revised Statutes, as amended; and (2) to acquire ownership and custody of the property constituting the Liquid Metal Fast Breeder Reactor powerplant or parts thereof, and to use, decommission, and dispose of said property, as provided for in the AEC definitive contract."

(d) Section 101 of Public Law 92-314, as amended, is amended by striking from subsection (b) (4), project 73-4-b, land acquisition, Rocky Flats, Colorado, the figure "$8,000,000" and substituting therefor the figure "$11,400,000".

(e) Section 101 of Public Law 93-60 is amended by (1) striking from subsection (b) (1), project 74-1-a, additional facilities, high level waste storage, Savannah River, South Carolina, the figure "$14,000,000" and substituting therefor the figure "$17,500,000", (2) striking from subsection (b) (1), project 74-1-g, cascade uprating program, gaseous diffusion plants, the words "partial AE and limited component procurement only)" and further striking the figure "$6,000,000" and substituting therefor the figure "$183,100,000", and (3) striking from subsection (b)(2), project 74-2-d, national security and resources study center, the words "(AE only), site undesignated" and substituting therefor the words "Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, New Mexico" and further striking the figure "$350,000" and substituting therefor the figure "$4,600,000".

SEC. 108. RESCISSION.-(a) Public Law 91-44, as amended, is further amended by rescinding therefrom authorization for a project, except for funds heretofore obligated, as follows:

Project 70-1-b, bedrock waste storage (AE and site selection drilling only), Savannah River, South Carolina, $4,300,000.

(b) Public Law 92-84, as amended, is further amended by rescinding therefrom authorization for a project, except for funds heretofore obligated, as follows:

Project 72-3-b, national radioactive waste repository, site undetermined, $3,500,000.

(c) Public Law 92-314, as amended, is further amended by rescinding therefrom authorization for a project, except for funds heretofore obligated, as follows:

Project 73-6-c, accelerator improvements, Cambridge Electron Accelerator, Massachusetts, $75,000.

TITLE II

SEC. 201. Section 157b. (3) of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, is amended by striking out "upon the recommendation of" and inserting in lieu thereof "after consultation with”.

Approved May 10, 1974.

INDEX TO LEGISLATIVE HISTORY OF PUBLIC LAW 93–276 (S. 3292)
(Page references are to the daily editions of the Congressional Record,
93d Congress, 2d sess.)

S. 3178 introduced by Mr. Pastore and Mr. Aiken (by request)
March 13, 1974 (S3548).
Hearings: Full Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, February 19,
26, 27, 28, March 4, 1974 (public); February 20, 21, 25, March 5,
1974 (executive). Published in 4 volumes under title "AEC Author-
izing Legislation, Fiscal Year 1975." Record of executive hearing,
February 25, 1974, published in separate volume, "Naval Nuclear
Propulsion Program-1974."

S. 3292 introduced as clean bill by Vice Chairman Pastore, for him-
self and Mr. Aiken, April 2, 1974 (S. 4951).

Senate Report filed (S. Rept. No. 93-773), April 8, 1974 (S5351).
S. 3292 considered and passed in the Senate without amendment,
April 11, 1974 (S5865-69).

S. 3292 considered in the House, and passed with one amendment,
April 23, 1974 (H3029-56).

Senate concurred in the House amendment, April 29, 1974 (S6170-71).
Examined and signed by the Speaker of the House, April 25, 1974
(H3285).

Examined and signed by the President Pro Tempore of the Senate,
April 25, 1974 (S6385).

Presented to the President, April 30, 1974 (S. 6548).

S. 3292 approved by the President on May 10, 1974, as Public Law
93-276 (S7687).

COMPANION BÜL-H.R. 13919

H.R. 13919 introduced by Chairman Price (for himself, Mr. Holifield
and Mr. Hosmer), April 2, 1974 (H2511).

Hearings: As listed above.

House Report (H. Rept. No. 93-969) filed, April 3, 1974 (H2582).
H.R. 13919 laid on the table, April 23, 1974 (H3056).

S. 3292, as amended, passed in lieu of H.R. 13919, as indicated above.

PUBLIC LAW 93-576 (AEC FISCAL YEAR 1975
SUPPLEMENTAL AUTHORIZATION ACT)

[93rd CONGRESS, H.R. 16609]

[DECEMBER 31, 1974]

AN ACT

To amend Public Law 93-276 to increase the authorization for
appropriations to the Atomic Energy Commission in accordance
with section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended,
and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa-
tives of the United States of America assembled, That
section 101 (a) of Public Law 93-276 is hereby amended

88 Stat. 1878.

Atomic Energy
Appropriation
Ante, p. 116.

Commission

increase.

Safeguards
program.

by striking therefrom the figure "$2,551,533,000" and
substituting the figure "$2,580,733,000".

SEC. 2. Section 101 (b) of Public Law 93-276 is hereby
amended by striking from subsection (11) capital equip-
ment the figure "$208,850,000" and substituting the
figure "$224,900,000".

SEC. 3. From the increase of the sums authorized to be
appropriated by this Act $23,000,000 shall be allotted to,
and made available only for the Safeguards Program,
with regard to the safeguarding of special nuclear ma-
terials from diversion from its intended uses, and for
research and development of safeguards techniques and
related activities involved in handling nuclear material.
Appproved December 31, 1974.

INDEX TO LEGISLATIVE HISTORY OF PUBLIC LAW 93-576 (H.R. 16609)
(Page references are to the daily editions of the Congressional Record, 93d
Cong., 2d sess.)

H.R. 16609 introduced by Mr. Price (by request), September 11, 1974
(H9183).
Hearings: Full Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, September 23,
1974 (public) and September 12 and 26, 1974 (executive). Record
of the September 23, 1974 hearing published under title "Request
for Supplemental Fiscal Year 1975 Funds for AEC Nuclear Weap-
ons Testing".

H.R. 16609 amended by the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy and
House Report (H. Rept. No. 93-1434) filed, October 7, 1974
(H10097).

H.R. 16609 considered and passed by the House, with the Committee
amendment, November 25, 1974 (H11015-21).

H.R. 16609 considered and passed by the Senate with amendment,
December 10, 1974 (S20949-55).

Senate amendment agreed to by the House, December 17, 1974
(H12138-39).

Examined and signed by the Speaker of the House, December 18, 1974
(H12285).

Examined and signed by the President pro tempore of the Senate,
December 19, 1974 (S22215).

Presented to the President, December 20, 1974 (H12629).

H.R. 16609 approved by the President on December 31, 1974, as Pub-
lic Law 93-576 (H12773).

COMPANION BILL S. 4033

S. 4033 introduced by Mr. Pastore (by request), September 23, 1974
(S17201).

Hearings: As listed above.

Senate Report (S. Rept. No. 93-1246) filed, with a Committee amend-
ment, October 8, 1974 (S18452-53).

H.R. 16609 passed in lieu of S. 4033, as indicated above.

PUBLIC LAW 94-18 (NRC FISCAL YEAR 1975
SUPPLEMENTAL AUTHORIZATION ACT)

[94TH CONGRESS, S. 994]

[APRIL 25, 1975]

AN ACT

To authorize supplemental appropriations to the Nuclear Regulatory
Commission for fiscal year 1975.

Nuclear

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa-
tives of the United States of America in Congress as-
sembled, That there is authorized to be appropriated to
the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to carry out the Regulatory
provisions of section 261 of the Atomic Energy Act of Commission.
1954, as amended, and section 305 of the Energy Reor- Authorization.
ganization Act of 1974, $50,200,000 for fiscal year 1975. 42 U.S.C. 5875.

Appropriation

42 U.S.C. 2017.

INDEX TO LEGISLATIVE HISTORY OF PUBLIC Law 94-18 (S. 994)

(Page references are to the daily editions of the Congressional Record,
94th Cong., 1st session)

S. 674 introduced by Mr. Pastore (by request) February 12, 1975
(S1827).

S. 994 introduced as a clean bill by Mr. Pastore on March 6, 1975
(S3197).

Hearings: Subcommittee on Legislation of the Joint Committee on
Atomic Energy, February 20, 1975. Published under the title of
"Nuclear Regulatory Commission Fiscal Year 1975 Supplemental
Authorization Request".

Reported (S. Rept. No. 94-50) March 20, 1975 (S4552).

Considered and passed by the Senate March 24, 1975 (S4927).
Considered and passed by the House April 10, 1975 (H2660).
Examined and signed by the Speaker of the House April 14, 1975
(H2737).

Examined and signed by the Acting President pro tempore of the
Senate April 14, 1975 (S5871).

Presented to the President April 14, 1975 (S5872).

Approved as Public Law 94–18 April 25, 1975.

COMPANION BILL-H.R. 4224

H.R. 3275 introduced by Mr. Price (by request) February 19, 1975
(H929).

H.R. 4224 introduced as a clean bill by Mr. Price on March 4, 1975
(H1380).

Hearings: As listed above.

Reported (H. Rept. No. 94-100) March 20, 1975 (H2132).

Considered and passed by the House; passage of H.R. 4224 vacated and
S. 994 passed in lieu thereof; H.R. 4224 laid on the table, April 10,
1975 (2660).

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