H.R. 1827 (100th): Supplemental Appropriations Act, 1987

100th Congress, 1987–1988. Text as of Jul 11, 1987 (Passed Congress/Enrolled Bill).

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PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987                                      101 STAT. 391
Public Law 100-71                    -^i                          -     >      I-J
100th Congress
                                   An Act
Making supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1987,     July H . l^o'
                           and for other purposes.                                     [H.R. 1827]

  Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the
United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following Supplemental
sums are appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not ^PP^,°PJ^^*^°"^
otherwise appropriated, to provide supplemental appropriations for ^ '
the fiscal year ending September 30, 1987, and for other purposes,
namely:
              TITLE I—PROGRAM SUPPLEMENTALS
                                 CHAPTER I
                    DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
       NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION
                 OPERATIONS, RESEARCH, AND FACILITIES

  The sum of $62,500,000, to be derived from $27,500,000 appro-
priated pursuant to Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591 for                     100 Stat. 1783,
commercialization of the land remote sensing satellite system and                   ^^^^
$35,000,000 appropriated pursuant to the same law for the polar
orbiting satellite system, is hereby reprogrammed for a two space-
craft land remote sensing satellite system under a plan which
provides for the cost of the second satellite from funds from users or
other sources other than funds from the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration. The release of such funds is subject to
the funding plan being approved by the House and Senate Commit-
tees on Appropriations.
   None of the funds appropriated for the Department of Commerce
in fiscal year 1987 shall be obligated or expended to promulgate or
implement the March 2, 1987 proposed rulemaking on Sea Turtle
Conservation; Shrimp Trawl Requirements for waters described in
the proposed rulemaking as western Gulf of Mexico offshore, west-
ern Gulf of Mexico inshore, and Louisiana inshore, zones 10 through
21.
   Of the funds deposited in the Fisheries Promotional Fund pursu-
ant to section 209 of the Fish and Seafood Promotion Act of 1986,                    16 USC 4001
$750,000 shall be made available as authorized by said Act, to                       "°*^-
remain available until expended.
   Funds appropriated or otherwise made available to the Depart-
ment of Commerce and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration shall be available for the procurement of launch
services for geostationary weather satellites I, J, and K, to be
conducted only by the National Aeronautics and Space Administra-
tion: Provided, That in the procurement of launch services for the
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for the GOES I,
J, and K spacecraft, the National Aeronautics and Space Adminis-

101 STAT. 392 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 tration may provide, in its contract or contracts for launch services, for the payment for contingent liability of the Government which may accrue in the event the Government should decide to terminate the contract before the expiration of the contract period. Such contract or contracts shall limit the payments the Federal Govern- ment is allowed to make under the contracts to amounts provided in advance in appropriations Acts. In January of each year, the Administrator of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminis- tration shall report to the House and Senate Committees on Appro- priations the projected aggregate contingent liability, through the ^ next fiscal year and in total, of the Government under termination provisions of any launch services contracts authorized in this sec- tion: Provided further. That such contract or contracts may not be entered into until the Department of Commerce submits a written certification to the appropriate Committees of the Congress that the fiscal year 1988 budget request for launch vehicles for GOES I, J, and K fully meets such contractual requirements for fiscal year 1988 of $80,000,000 or submits a proposed budget amendment for fiscal year 1988 to the Congress requesting any additional funds required in fiscal year 1988 to meet the obligations of the proposed contrac- tual agreement. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION ^M ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS Not to exceed $14,100,000 appropriated and available for obliga- tion and expenditure under section 108(a)(1) of Public Law 99-190, as 99 Stat. 1316. amended, shall remain available for obligation through September 30, 1988: Provided, That the Economic Development Administration shall close out the audits concerning grants to New York, New York pursuant to title I of the Local Public Works Capital Development 42 use 6701 and Investment Act of 1976, not later than August 1,1987. note. , 0. . y . DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE . , if ^ ' • ' \ ' '• I • • ' * " ' } •• . '• '" GENERAL ADMINISTRATION i •£< • o . ' > - • • • • , ' ' 1. ' ' . * ' . - > SALARIES A N D E X P E N S E S "'-!r- r. For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses", $7,600,000, f'H4 >.; to remain available until September 30,1988. LEGAL ACTIVITIES SALARIES AND EXPENSES, GENERAL LEGAL ACTIVITIES For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses, general legal activities", $8,100,000, to remain available until September 30, 1988. SALARIES AND EXPENSES, ANTITRUST DIVISION For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses, Antitrust Division", $200,000, to remain available until September 80, 1988.
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 393 SALARIES AND EXPENSES, UNITED STATES MARSHALS SERVICE In the appropriation language under this heading in Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591, add at the end thereof the following: 100 Stat. 1783, "Notwithstanding the provisions of title 31 U.S.C. 3302, the Director ^^^^ of the United States Marshals Service may collect fees and expenses for the service of civil process, including: complaints, summonses, subpoenas and similar process; and seizures, levies, and sales asso- ciated with judicial orders of execution; and credit not to exceed $1,000,000 of such fees to this appropriation to be used for salaries and other expenses incurred in providing these services.". SUPPORT OF UNITED STATES PRISONERS For an additional amount for "Support of United States Pris- oners", $9,630,000, to remain available until September 30, 1988. UNITED STATES TRUSTEE SYSTEM FUND In addition to amounts made available under the head "Salaries and expenses, oversight of bankruptcy cases", for the expansion of the United States Trustees Program, as authorized by section 115 of the "Bankruptcy Judges, United States Trustees, and Family Farmer Bankruptcy Act of 1986" (Public Law 99-554), $12,000,000: lOO Stat. 3094. Provided, That deposits to the Fund are available in such amounts as may be necessary to pay refunds due depositors. ;,;.\; FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION , ^^,^rj SALARIES AND E X P E N S E S ^ ^„o For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses", $3,989,000, to remain available until September 30,1988. DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION •' SALARIES AND EXPENSES For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses, Drug Enforcement Administration", $776,000, to remain available until September 30,1988: Provided, That in appropriation language under this head in the Department of Justice Appropriations Act, 1987, as included in Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591, delete "five lOOStat. j ;i hundred seventy-five" and substitute "1,030". 3341-45' *"' IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE •r. . !^ SALARIES AND EXPENSES .T.f^n fi For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses , " ^ C $147,793,000, to remain available until September 30, 1988: Pro- vided, That in appropriation language under this head in the Department of Justice Appropriations Act, 1987, as included in Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591, delete the phrase "(not to lOO Stat. exceed four hundred ninety, all of which shall be for replacement oq??~4c' only)" and substitute "(not to exceed 1,796, of which 490 shall be for ^^^^"^^ replacement only)".
101 STAT. 394 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 GENERAL PROVISIONS—DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 8 use 1356. SECTION 1. Section 205(h)(1)(A) of the Departments of Commerce, Justice, and State, and the Judiciary and Related Agencies Appro- 100 Stat. priations Act, fiscal year 1987, in Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 3341-53* 99-591 are amended by striking "All of the fees collected under subsection (d) shall be deposited in a separate account within the general fund of the Treasury of the United States" and inserting in lieu thereof "All of the fees collected under subsection (d) shall be deposited in a separate account within the general fund of the Treasury of the United States, to remain available until expended". DEPARTMENT OF STATE v-';- ADMINISTRATION OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS - ! SALARIES AND EXPENSES For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses", $61,750,000, to remain available until September 30,1988. ACQUISITION AND MAINTENANCE OF BUILDINGS ABROAD For an additional amount for "Acquisition and Maintenance of Buildings Abroad", $9,480,000, to remain available until expended: Provided, That these funds shall be available subject to the approval of the House and Senate Appropriations Committees' policies concerning the reprogramming of funds contained in House Report 99-669. The Secretary of State shall not permit the Soviet Union to occupy the new chancery building at its new embassy complex in Washington, D.C. or any other new facility in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, until a new chancery building is ready for occu- pancy for the United States embassy in Moscow: Provided, That none of the funds appropriated in this Act or any prior Act may be obligated for the new office building in Moscow prior to November 1, 1987. INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS AND CONFERENCES *' CONTRIBUTIONS TO INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 22 use 269a Yov an additional amount for "Contributions to International ''^^^ ; Organizations", $268,831 for payment of the United States assessed contribution to the Interparliamentary Union: Provided, That in the appropriation language under the heading "Contributions to Inter- national Organizations" in the Department of State Appropriations 100 Stat. Act, 1987, as included in Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591, 3341-57' amend the phrase that reads "of which $130,000,000, to remain available until expended, shall become available for expenditure on October 1, 1987" to read as follows: "of which $65,000,000, to remain available until expended, shall become available for expenditure on ,,, October 1, 1987". „ • .
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 395 INTERNATIONAL COMMISSIONS AMERICAN SECTIONS, INTERNATIONAL COMMISSIONS For an additional amount for "American Sections, International Commissions", $474,000, to remain available until September 30, * '^ - 1988. THE JUDICIARY COURTS OF APPEALS, DISTRICT COURTS, AND OTHER JUDICIAL SERVICES «,.;, .^.v SALARIES AND EXPENSES For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses", $37,800,000, to remain available until September 30,1988. ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES COURTS SALARIES AND EXPENSES For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses", $100,000. FEDERAL JUDICIAL CENTER ^fe« i* SALARIES AND EXPENSES For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses", $1,000,000. RELATED AGENCIES . DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION . : MARITIME ADMINISTRATION FEDERAL SHIP FINANCING FUND For payment to the Secretary of the Treasury for debt reduction, $1,375,000,000, to remain available until expended. BOARD FOR INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING GRANTS AND EXPENSES For an additional amount for "Grants and expenses", $33,195,000, to remain available until expended. COMMISSION FOR THE STUDY OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND COOPERATIVE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SALARIES AND EXPENSES For necessary expenses of the Commission for the Study of Inter- national Migration and Cooperative Economic Development as au- thorized by title VI of Public Law 99-603, $217,000, to remain 8 use iioi note. available until expended.
101 STAT. 396 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 DwiGHT DAVID EISENHOWER CENTENNIAL COMMISSION EXPENSES For necessary expenses of the Dwight David Eisenhower Centen- 100 Stat. 3497. nial Commission as authorized by Public Law 99-624, $50,000, to remain available until expended. FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION The authority under the Supplemental Appropriations Act, 1985 99 Stat. 293. (Public Law 99-88) w i t h respect to t h e relocation of t h e F o r t Lauder- dale Monitoring Station shall e x t e n d t h r o u g h fiscal y e a r 1988 a n d u n d e r t h e s a m e t e r m s a n d conditions of Public Law 99-88. S M A L L B U S I N E S S ADMINISTRATION ) 0}A<H"iVK| SALARIES AND EXPENSES : "" For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses", $10,000,000 for disaster loan making activities, derived by transfer from the 15 use 633 note. "Disaster Loan Fund": Provided, That hereafter, notwithstanding any law, rule or regulation, moneys in any fund established by the 15 use 631 note. Small Business Act which are not needed for current operations shall remain in such funds and shall be available solely to carry out the provisions and purposes of programs operated from such funds pursuant to law as provided in appropriations Acts. UNITED STATES INFORMATION AGENCY SALARIES AND EXPENSES For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses", $8,098,176, of which $598,176 shall be used for purchase of Pakistani Rupees from the special account for the Informational Media Guarantee Program to carry out the provisions of section 1011(d) of the Information and Educational Exchange Act of 1948, as amended (22 100 Stat. 3341. u . S . C . 1442(d)). T h e limitation in Public L a w 99-591 on t h e receipts to this appropriation from fees or o t h e r p a y m e n t s received from or ^, in connection w i t h English-teaching programs is increased by $650,000. RADIO BROADCASTING TO CUBA For an additional amount to carry out the provisions of section 7 of the Radio Broadcasting to Cuba Act, as amended (22 U.S.C. 1465(e)), $993,000, to remain available until expended. .-.. .-, .;x._^j .-< ....,,, CHAPTER II .,-:. ^,.,....... v^v^wj^^^i DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE—MILITARY OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY ..^S < ' ::[ ;)«J For an additional amount for "Operation and maintenance. Army", $37,500,000.
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 397 4., . , OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY For an additional amount for "Operation and maintenance, Navy", $60,000,000. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, DEFENSE AGENCIES For an additional amount for "Operation and maintenance, De- - fense Agencies", $431,000,000. •); OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY RESERVE ^'•''^^'^ For an additional amount for "Operation and maintenance, Army Reserve", $7,500,000. ; ' OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, NAVY RESERVE For an additional amount for "Operation and maintenance. Navy Reserve", $2,500,000. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, ARMY NATIONAL GUARD For an additional amount for "Operation and maintenance, Army National Guard", $5,000,000. PROCUREMENT AIRCRAFT P R O C U R E M E N T , AIR FORCE For an additional amount for "Aircraft procurement. Air Force", $122,000,000. RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION, NAVY For an additional amount for "Research, development, test, and evaluation, Navy", $7,000,000, for Manufacturing Technology. RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION, DEFENSE AGENCIES For an additional amount for "Research, development, test, and evaluation, Defense Agencies", $75,000,000. ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS SECTION 1. Within the funds appropriated for operation and maintenance of the Armed Forces for fiscal year 1987, and pursuant to section 403(a) of title 10, United States Code, funds may be used for humanitarian and civic assistance costs under chapter 20 of title 10, United States Code. lO use 401 et SEC. 2. Section 9015 of the Department of Defense Appropriations *^9- Act, 1987 (as included in Public Laws 99-500 and 99-591) is lOOStat. amended by inserting "and not to exceed an additional $490,372,000 oo4?~}2o' of funds otherwise available to the Department of Defense for ^'^^i"!"^- military functions (except military construction) which would expire on September 30, 1987", directly following "(except military construction)". SEC. 3. None of the funds previously appropriated to the Air Force Aircraft and air may be used to conduct a trainer aircraft competition unless such carriers.
101 STAT. 398 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 competition includes candidate aircraft from at least two United States firms and at least one candidate aircraft is compliant with the T-46/Next Generation Trainer system specifications as it per- tained to the source selection of the Next Generation Trainer in 1982. Contracts. SEC. 4. Notwithstanding section 2324(e)(lXH) of title 10, United Exports. States Code, and section 9061 of the Department of Defense Appro- 100 Stat. priations Act, 1987, Public Laws 99-500 and 99-591, the Secretary of 1783-112, Defense may allow under covered contracts reasonable costs in- 3341-112. curred to promote American aerospace exports at domestic and international exhibits. Arms and SEC. 5. (a) None of the funds appropriated by this or any other Act munitions. for research, development, testing, and evaluation for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) or the Department of Defense may be obligated or expended for the Advanced Launch System/Heavy Lift Launch Vehicle, hereinafter referred to as "ALS", or for the design, construction, or modification of test facili- ties for rocket propulsion systems to be integrated into or be com- patible with ALS, until the Committees on Appropriations of the Senate and the House of Representatives have received a plan, submitted jointly by the Secretary of Defense and the Administrator of NASA, and approved by the President, delineating the respective responsibilities of, and apportioning of costs to, NASA and the Department of Defense relative to the ALS program and the Committees on Appropriations of the Senate and the House of Representatives have established a date for the release of said funds: Provided, That such plan shall make maximum use of existing unique Federal testing facilities for rocket propulsion systems and shall identify the respective responsibilities of the Federal entities and facilities to be used for rocket propulsion research, develop- ment, and testing: Provided further. That notwithstanding the requirements set forth in subsection (a) $12,000,000 previously appropriated for fiscal year 1987 and allocated for concept definition of the ALS shall be available for that purpose. (b) Of the funds appropriated for "Research, development, test, and evaluation. Defense Agencies" by this Act, $38,000,000 shall be transferred to NASA as a part of the ALS program utilizing facili- ties and budgetary resources of both NASA and components of the Defense Department: Provided, That funds appropriated by this or any other Act for research, development, test, and evaluation of the ALS system may be obligated and expended only for ALS variants which embody advanced technologies with a design goal of reducing the cost to launch payloads to low Earth orbit by a factor of ten compared with current space boosters costing less than $3,000 (in constant fiscal 1987 dollars) per pound to low Earth orbit: Provided further. That none of the funds appropriated by this Act may be obligated or expended for research, development, test, and evalua- tion intended to facilitate early deployment of a ballistic missile defense system. Drugs and drug SEC. 6. Notwithstanding section 3052(c) (1) and (2) of Public Law abuse. 100 Stat. 99-570, the Secretary of the Navy shall immediately transfer an 3207-74. APS-125 radar system, to the United States Customs Service to be used for drug interdiction purposes: Provided, That $7,500,000 made 100 Stat. 710. available in Public Law 99-349, the Urgent Supplemental Appro- priations Act of 1986, for an APS-138 radar system shall be made available to the Navy for procurement of an APS-139 radar system
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 399 as replacement of the radar transferred to the United States Cus- Constitution toms Service. Bicentennial, celebration SEC. 7. The Secretary of the Army, as Executive Agent for the activities. Department of Defense, may authorize activities on the part of the Armed Forces in celebration of the Bicentennial of the Constitution, and in support of Congressional Bicentennial activities. Such sums as are necessary to pay the expenses of these activities shall be made available from funds otherwise appropriated to the Depart- ment of Defense, except that such funds shall not be counted against the limitation on funds available for public affairs or legislative liaison activities of the Department of Defense. SEC. 8. Within seven days after enactment of this Act, the Reports. Secretary of Defense shall submit a report to the Congress, in Kuwait. appropriate classified and unclassified form, regarding the im- Persian Gulf. plementation of any agreement between the governments of the United States and Kuwait for United States military protection of Kuwaiti shipping, which includes a plan which fully meets the security needs of our forces, in conjunction with the forces of our friends and allies in the Persian Gulf region, and specifically addresses, at a minimum: (a) an assessment of the threats to American forces, to Ku- waiti interests and shipping, and otherwise impacting on the interests of the United States and its friends and allies in the Persian Gulf region; (b) the Rules of Engagement, alert status and readiness condi- tions under which our military forces will operate under in the Persian Gulf, and when such conditions will be in force; and (c) cooperative arrangements entered into, being negotiated or contemplated with our European allies with a stake in the Persian Gulf, who have forces deployed or planned for deploy- ment in the Persian Gulf region, and with states littoral to the Persian Gulf for a shared security system, including provision for air cover of those forces. SEC. 9. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, payments Maritime received hereafter as compensation for damages to the USS Stark affairs. and other United States governmental expenses arising from the attack on the USS Stark shall be credited to applicable Department of Defense appropriations or funds available for obligation on the date of receipt of such payments. SEC. 10. None of the funds appropriated for the Department of Maritime Defense in fiscal year 1987 are available for remuneration of any affairs. individual or entity associated with fund raising for the restoration Texas. of the Battleship Texas: Provided, That the grant for the restoration should be made to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department vice the Battleship Texas Advisory Board of the State of Texas. UNAUTHORIZED APPROPRIATIONS SEC. 11. (a) Notwithstanding section 9126 or section 9133 of the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 1987 (as contained in 100 Stat. section 101(c) of the joint resolution entitled "Joint resolution 1783-128, 1783-129, making continuing appropriations for fiscal year 1987, and for other 3341-128, purposes", Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591), only funds 3341-129. specifically authorized by the Congress in accordance with section 502 of the National Security Act of 1947 may be obligated or 50USC414. expended for intelligence or intelligence-related activities.
101 STAT. 400 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 (b) All intelligence a n d intelligence-related activities for which '• funds were appropriated in t h e Defense Appropriations Act, 1987 shall be considered specifically authorized by Congress p u r s u a n t to 50 u s e 414. section 502 of t h e N a t i o n a l Security Act of 1947. ^-- CHAPTER III Si.; ' DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE—CIVIL ^^'- •- "•' DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY ^^ * *' CORPS OP E N G I N E E R S — C I V I L GENERAL INVESTIGATIONS Using funds previously appropriated in the Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act, 1987, Public Law 99-500 and }^o Stat. Public Law 99-591, the Secretary of the Army is directed to under- 3341-195' *^^® ^^® following studies: Ohio River Water Development Study, between Rivermile 40-491, Ohio; Maumee Bay State Park, including preconstruction engineering and design, Ohio; St. Johns County, including preconstruction and design, Florida; Jacksonville Harbor, St. John's River and Intracoastal Waterway Study, Florida; St. John's River Study, Florida; and Water Resources Based Economic Development Computer Model (to continue design and testing) and, in addition, $350,000 for the purposes of studying and evaluating at an estimated cost of $850,000 alternative disposal sites to the cur- rently active San Jacinto disposal area on Galveston Island at full Federal expense; the Secretary of the Army is also directed to undertake environmental studies and submit recommendations to the Committees on Appropriations of the House and Senate on the advisability of modifying project operation and maintenance requirements, assuming that the current disposal site will no longer , be available for extensive Federal use in the near future. " * ^ i : CONSTRUCTION, GENERAL ; '^; ^ *ll:I T h e Corps of Engineers is directed to proceed with t h e Fairfield Vicinity Streams, California, project u n d e r t h e provisions of section 99 Stat. 1318. 117 of Public Law 99-190. Using funds previously provided in t h e Energy a n d W a t e r Devel- 99 Stat. 564. o p m e n t Appropriations Acts, 1986 a n d 1987 (Public Laws 99-141, 100 Stat. 99-500 and 99-591), t h e Secretary of t h e A r m y is directed to under- 1^83-213, t a k e t h e following projects in t h e a m o u n t s a s specified hereafter: Project Amount Port Austin Harbor, Michigan $2,800,000 Sand Island Beach, Hawaii $600,000 Wellsburg, West Virginia (Ohio River milepost 74.8 to 72.8) Cox Run Area $50,000 . , Middle School Area $50,000 *^'' ^' Water Works Vicinity, Wellsburg Municipal Pool and . ?'•'.;. n' Park Vicinity $200,000 '• • ••"• ,~ Main Street Areas $100,000 \ Sistersville, West Virginia City Park Area $50,000 • ..' ^ Glen Dale, West Virginia Glen Dale Airport $125,000 Sewer Outfalls $125,000 .>.u -I'J In regard to t h e Wellsburg, Sistersville a n d Glen Dale projects, t h e Congress finds t h a t a n emergency exists in satisfaction of t h e
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 401 requirements of Section 14—Emergency Streambank and Shoreline Protection. Using funds previously provided in the Energy and Water Devel- opment Appropriations Act, 1987 (Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591), the Secretary of the Army is directed to use $5,000,000 100 Stat. >•• to initiate land acquisition activities as described in section 1114 of 1783-195, .. 3341-195. Public Law 99-662. 16 u s e 460tt. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, GENERAL (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) For an additional amount for "Operation and Maintenance, gen- eral", $125,000 to be derived by transfer from "General Investiga- tions" to perform a cumulative environmental analysis of section 55 measures along the 46-mile reach of the Platte River between Hershey, Nebraska, and the Lincoln-Dawson County line. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, GENERAL Of amounts appropriated for this account in Public Laws 99-500 and 99-591, such sums as become available in the Harbor Mainte- 100 Stat. 1783, nance Trust Fund, pursuant to Public Law 99-662, may be derived 3341. 33 u s e 2201 from that fund. note. REVOLVING FUND The Corps of Engineers is directed to advertise and procure an automated system that adheres to specifications developed by the Corps of Engineers for civil program requirements without regard to .IV1> .}&;? Wt the Army Information Architecture Tier 2 standards for operating systems. GENERAL PROVISIONS Reports. im The Secretary of the Army shall file a report with the appropriate committees of the House of Representatives and the Senate within 33 u s e 2213 note. ninety days after a written request is made pursuant to the provi- sions of subsection (m) of section 103 of Public Law 99-662 indicating 33 u s e 2213. the action taken on the request. In addition, the Secretary of the Army shall file a report with the appropriate committees of the House of Representatives and the Senate within ninety days after enactment of this Act listing any project or study falling under the provisions of subsection (eXl) of section 103 of Public Law 99-662. Pursuant to the Federal Advisory Committee Act (Public Law Texas. 92-463), the Secretary of the Army is directed to establish an Oklahoma. Flood control. advisory committee for the Denison Dam (Lake Texoma), Red River, 5 u s e app. Texas and Oklahoma project authorized by the Flood Control Act approved June 28, 1938 (52 Stat. 1219). The purpose of the Com- mittee shall be advisory only and it shall provide information and recommendations to the Corps of Engineers regarding the oper- M£ iiji'S 8'' ations of Lake Texoma for its congressionally authorized purposes. The Committee shall be composed of representatives equally divided among the project purposes and between the States of Texas and Oklahoma. The Corps of Engineers, taking into consideration recommenda- eonservation. tions of the Southwestern Power Administration and the Lake Water. Energy. Texoma Advisory Committee, shall, to the extent feasible, develop a management plan for the conservation pool in Lake Texoma that:
101 STAT. 402 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 (1) attempts to maintain a water surface elevation between 617 and 612 msl: Provided however. That hydroelectric power will be generated to help satisfy electric loads when the water surface elevation is between 617 and 612 msl; Public (2) when the water surface elevation drops to 612 msl or information. lower, implements a public information program; (3) when the water surface elevation is between 612 and 607 msl, provides for the Corps to notify the SWPA that hydro- electric power generation should only be made when it is needed for rapid response, short term peaking purposes as determined by the power scheduling entity; r j^ (4) when the water surface elevation is between 607 and 590 • msl— (a) provides for the Corps to notify the SWPA that hydro- electric power generation should only be made to satisfy critical power needs on the power scheduling entity's elec- trical system as determined by the power scheduling entity; and (b) provides for the Corps of Engineers to notify munici- pal and industrial water users that they should implement water conservation measures designed to lessen the impact of municipal and industrial water withdrawals. Any amendments to the current water control plan specified above shall not supersede or adversely affect any existing permit, lease license contract, public law or flood control operation relating to Denison Dam (Lake Texoma). The management plan shall have no impact upon the provisions of section 838 of the Water Resources 100 Stat. 4174. Development Act of 1986. The management plan shall be re- evaluated on or after September 30,1989 by the Corps of Engineers, taking into consideration the recommendations of the Southwestern Power Administration and the Lake Texoma Advisory Committee. Oklahoma. The United States Army Corps of Engineers, Tulsa District, shall Arkansas. issue a final report on the Oklahoma portion of the comprehensive Louisiana. Texas. study of the Red River Basin, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas, no later than September 30,1988. The management plan specified above should be formally proc- essed to the Committees on Environment and Public Works and Public Works and Transportation in the Senate and House of Rep- resentatives, respectively, if appropriate, for authorization as re- quired prior to any amendments to the current operating plan that could impact health and safety, authorized purposes, or expose the Federal Government to liability. None of the funds in this Act or any other Act relating to water resource development may be used to construct or enter into an agreement to construct additional hydroelectric power generation units at Denison Dam (Lake Texoma) until September 30,1989. 88 Stat. 39. Section 91 of the Water Resources Development Act of 1974 is amended by striking out "$28,725,000" in the last sentence and inserting in lieu thereof "$30,500,000". <i'.'i*
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 403 ^ - DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR BUREAU OF RECLAMATION CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) For an additional amount for the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, "Construction Program", for the cleanup of Kesterson Reservoir and San Luis Drain of the San Luis Unit, Central Valley Project, to remain available until expended, $5,600,000, to be derived by transfer of unobligated balances in the "Loan Program": Provided, That no funds may be obligated for this purpose until the issuance of a waste discharge permit by the Central Valley Regional Water Resources Control Board and a determination by the California Department of Health Services on the classification of the waste at Kesterson Reservoir and San Luis Drain. In addition, title II of Public Law 99-591 (100 Stat. 3341-200, 201), dated October 30, 1986, "Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Construction Program (Including Transfer of Funds)", is amended by striking out "by August 1,1987, . Using funds previously provided in the Energy and Water Devel- opment Appropriations Act, 1987 (Public Law 99-500 and Public lOOStat. Law 99-591), the Secretary of the Interior is directed to undertake Jgo^St ^t^ the following project in the amount specified hereafter: 3341-1^5. Project Amount O'Neill Unit, Nebraska $771,000 Using funds previously provided in the Energy and Water Devel- opment Appropriations Act, 1987 (Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591), the Secretary of the Interior shall proceed with contracting for construction of the East-side and West-side roads and other features at the McGee Creek, Oklahoma, project in the amount specified hereafter: Project Amount McGee Creek, Oklahoma $4,800,000 ;V LOAN PROGRAM (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) For an additional amount for "Loan program" for the United Water Conservation District, to remain available until expended, $570,000, to be derived by transfer of unobligated balances in the "Construction program" from Teton Dam Failure, Payment of Claims funds provided under Public Law 94-355 and Public Law 90 Stat. 889. 94-438. 90 Stat. 1415. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY POWER MARKETING ADMINISTRATIONS SOUTHWESTERN POWER ADMINISTRATION Notwithstanding provisions of title 5, U.S.C., except for section 5308, no funds approved for Southwestern Power Administration shall be used to pay the rates of basic pay and premium pay for
101 STAT. 404 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 power system dispatchers unless such rates are based on those prevailing for similar occupations in the electric power industry. ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISION None of the funds appropriated by this or any other Act to the Department of Energy shall be used by the Department to imple- ment Section 2.2.2.2. of DOE/ER 0315 (financial and other incen- tives) in its review of Superconducting Super Collider proposals, in order to ensure that the Department of Energy bases its final decision on where to site the facility solely on the overall suitability of the site. ENERGY SUPPLY, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES Of the amounts heretofore appropriated and made available for Energy Supply, Research and Development Activities, an additional $1,200,000 shall be for completion of the M0D-5-B Wind Turbine Project. CHAPTER IV , ;'^-*>' FOREIGN ASSISTANCE AND RELATED PROGRAMS ^ , -,,. .".'."''' MULTILATERAL ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE O ! ', '!''} •'''^•'' ' *'' •B-' »-* J - . FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE PRESIDENT ,i - .rf.tr.i INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS " CONTRIBUTION TO THE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION For an additional amount for payment to the International Devel- opment Association by the Secretary of the Treasury, $207,476,749 for the United States contribution to the seventh replenishment, to remain available until expended. ' CONTRIBUTION TO THE INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CORPORATION For an additional amount for payment to the International Fi- nance Corporation by the Secretary of the Treasury, $7,205,610 for the United States share of the increase in subscriptions to capital stock, to remain available until expended. CONTRIBUTION TO THE AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT FUND For an additional amount for payment to the African Develop- ment Fund by the Secretary of the Treasury, $36,639,000 for the ' - United States contribution to the fourth replenishment of the Afri- can Development Fund, to remain available until expended. CONTRIBUTION TO THE AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK For an additional amount for payment to the African Develop- ment Bank by the Secretary of the Treasury, for the paid-in share portion of the United States share of the increase in capital stock, $6,492,127 to remain available until expended. ,. „. •„..„,, ^ \. .,,,
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 405 2 LIMITATION ON CALLABLE CAPITAL SUBSCRIPTIONS The United States Governor of the African Development Bank may subscribe without fiscal year limitation to the callable capital portion of the United States share of such capital stock in an ; - -H _ amount not to exceed $17,375,058. BILATERAL ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE '' FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE PRESIDENT . ;.--? •' AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT I ASSISTANCE FOR CENTRAL AMERCIA ,,, . „ i; ! ;^ (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) (a) For an additional amount for the "Economic support fund", $300,000,000, for use pursuant to this heading for Central America, to be derived by transfer from the following amounts appropriated in prior appropriations Acts for the Department of Defense: "Air- craft Procurement, Army", fiscal year 1985, $10,000,000; "Missile Procurement, Army", fiscal year 1985, $15,000,000; "Weapons and Tracked Combat Vehicles, Army", fiscal year 1985, $20,000,000; "Procurement of Ammunition, Army", fiscal year 1985, $5,000,000; ' .. ' "Other Procurement, Army", fiscal year 1985, $37,000,000; "Aircraft Procurement, Navy", fiscal year 1985, $19,000,000; "Weapons Procurement, Navy", fiscal year 1985, $35,000,000; "Shipbuilding nSi;j-u and Conversion, Navy", fiscal year 1983, $45,000,000; "Other Procurement, Navy", fiscal year 1985, $5,000,000; "Procurement, Marine Corps", fiscal year 1985, $8,000,000; "Aircraft Procurement, Air Force", fiscal year 1985, $101,000,000: Provided, That of the funds obligated in fiscal year 1987 not more than $87,000,000 shall be expended prior to October 1,1987. (b) Funds transferred pursuant to paragraph (a) shall remain available until September 30, 1987: Provided, That the President shall make available the $300,000,000 transferred pursuant to para- graph (a) for assistance under chapter 4 of part II of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (relating to Economic support fund assist- 22 use 2346. ance) for the countries of Central America with democratically elected governments as follows: $54,750,000 shall be made available only for assistance for Guatemala, $54,750,000 shall be made available only for assistance for Costa Rica, $59,750,000 shall be made available only for assistance for Honduras, $129,750,000 shall be made available only for assistance for El ' Salvador, $1,000,000 shall be made available only for assistance for Belize. (c) Of the funds specified for El Salvador in paragraph (b), $75,000,000 shall be made available only for earthquake relief and reconstruction which shall be used in accordance with the authori- ties contained in section 491 of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961. 22 USC 2292. Funds made available for the purposes of this paragraph shall be accounted for separately.
101 STAT. 406 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 (d) Of the funds specified in paragraph (a), less those amounts designated for earthquake assistance by paragraph (c), not less than 40 percent shall be used for assistance in accordance with the policy directions, purposes, and authorities of chapter 1 and chapter 9 of 22 use 2151, part I of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 and the remainder shall be used in a manner which will generate local currencies for use in accordance with those policy directions, purposes, and authorities. (e) The assistance specified in paragraph (b) shall be in addition to the amounts previously allocated for fiscal year 1987 for these countries pursuant to section 653 of the Foreign Assistance Act of 22 use 2413. 1961. (f) The local currencies generated from the funds specified in paragraph (b) for El Salavdor shall be used for projects described in section 702(e)(2) of the International Security and Development 99 Stat. 237. Cooperation Act of 1985 (and of those local currencies, not less than 50 percent shall be for projects assisting agarian reform and the agricultural sector and not less than 10 percent shall be used for judicial reform). (g) Of the aggregate of the funds specified in paragraph (b), $10,000,000 shall be made available only for Child Survival Fund activities in the Central American democracies. (h) The assistance provided under this heading shall be made available consistent with the policies contained in section 702 of the International Security and Development Cooperation Act of 1985 99 Stat. 239. (relating to El Salvador), section 703 of t h a t Act (relating to Guate- mala), a n d c h a p t e r 6 of p a r t I of t h e Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (relating to t h e C e n t r a l A m e r i c a n Democracy, Peace, a n d Develop- 22 u s e 2271. m e n t Initiative). (i) F u n d s m a d e available for assistance p u r s u a n t to t h i s heading m a y b e obligated only in accordance w i t h t h e congressional notifica- tion procedures applicable u n d e r section 523 of t h e Foreign Assist- 100 Stat. ance and Related Programs Appropriations Act, 1987, and section 3341-230' ^^^^ °^ *^® Foreign Assistance Act of 1961. 22 use 2394-1 ^^ ^^ ^^® funds specified for Honduras in paragraph Ot)), $20,000,000 shall be obligated, but shall not be expended, except as provided in the fourth proviso, until the Government of Honduras and an American citizen, whose property and businesses in the vicinity of Trujillo, Honduras were affected by actions of the ?)iKi::vtB'^£' Government of Honduras with respect to the Regional Military Training Center, reach a settlement concerning compensation: Pro- vided, That in order to facilitate such a settlement the Department of State shall select an independent factfinder. The factfinder shall correct and expand, as may be appropriate, the exising factfinder's report. Such report shall be issued by September 30, 1987: Provided further, That if the two parties have not reached a full and final settlement of this matter, including a complete waiver of further claims and liabilities against the Governments of Honduras and the United States, by November 30, 1987, then the Department of State shall request that both parties submit the disagreement to binding international arbitration in accordance with the rules of procedure of the Inter-American Commercial Arbitration Commission. The Commission shall select the arbitrators, and may appoint such experts as it finds necessary in order to establish a base of factual and financial information for the case: Provided further. That if the i - s ;^\' 2. Government of Honduras refuses to agree to binding international arbitration, then the $20,000,000 shall be deobligated and imme- diately returned to the Treasury of the United States: Provided
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 407 further, That if the United States citizen refuses to agree to binding international arbitration and refuses to agree that the award result- ing from the arbitration will constitute a full and final settlement of any and all claims, liabilities and demands, including those which may be directed at the United States, its officers, agents and em- ployees, arising directly or indirectly from the establishment of the Regional Military Training Center, then the $20,000,000 shall be made available for expenditure to the Government of Honduras: Provided further, That arbitrators shall consider maintenance costs, interest costs, professional fee costs, land, business and asset valu- ations and all other matters they deem appropriate: Provided fur- ther. That nothing in this provision shall prevent the two parties prior to a final arbitration award from reaching a binding full and final written agreement outside the arbitration proceedings: Pro- vided further, That funds previously appropriated for the Economic support fund shall be used to pay for the reasonable costs of the activities of the factfinder, the International Arbitration Commis- sion, the arbitrators and the experts appointed by the arbitrators. ASSISTANCE IN SUPPORT OF SOLIDARITY For an additional amount for the "Economic Support Fund", $1,000,000, which shall be made available, notwithstanding any other provision of law, only for the support of the independent Polish trade union "Solidarity". ASSISTANCE FOR SOUTHERN AFRICA For an additional amount for "Energy and selected development Terrorism, activities. Development Assistance", $50,000,000 to remain available until September 30, 1988: Provided, That none of these funds may be available for activities in Mozambique or Angola: Provided further. That none of these funds may be available to any country for which the President proposes to disburse funds within the Southern Africa Development Coordination Conference until the President certifies that such country (1) has not advocated the form of terrorism, commonly known as "necklacing", used against South African blacks; (2) has provided assurances that it has taken action against any person who has been found to have practiced necklacing against South African blacks; and (3) is not knowingly allowing terrorists who practice necklacing to operate in its territory: Provided further, That such funds shall be made available only as follows: (a) $37,500,000 shall be made available to assist the member states of the Southern Africa Development Coordination Con- ference (SADCC) in carrying out the most urgent sector projects supported by SADCC in the following sectors: transportation , and communications, energy (including the improved utilization of electrical power sources which already exist in the member i states and offer the potential to swiftly reduce the dependence of those states on South Africa for electricity), agricultural research and training, and industrial development and trade **•: (including private sector initiatives): Provided, That of this amount not less than 60 percent shall be used in the transpor- tation sector: Provided further, That none of the funds made available under this paragraph may be made available for the design, rehabilitation, construction, or equipping of any rail or
101 STAT. 408 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 road transportation corridor other than the Northern Corridor, which links southern Africa with Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. lo (b) $12,500,000 shall be made available for projects and activi- ties for disadvantaged South Africans in accoMance with sec- 22 u s e 2346d. tion 535 of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, or for humani- tarian assistance for the member states of SADCC. Assistance for the member states of SADCC may include such activities £is: transport of emergency food and medical supplies; refugee assistance; and disaster relief and rehabilitation assistance which shall be provided pursuant to the authorities contained 22 u s e 2292. in section 491 of the Foreign Assistance Act. (c) Of the funds made available for the SADCC member h'j. countries for humanitarian assistance by paragraph (b), up to $5,000,000 may be made available for the United Nations Chil- dren's Fund's emergency appeals for affected countries in south- ern Africa. (d) None of the funds appropriated by this Act for southern Africa shall be obligated or expended until the President has submitted to the House Foreign Affairs Committee, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and the Committees on Approprations the third quarter Project Accounting Informa- tion System Report of all economic assistance funds adminis- tered by the Agency for International Development that are allocated for southern Africa and which were authorized by the International Security and Development Cooperation Act of 22 u s e 2151 1985 and Public Law 99-440 and, which pursuant to such note, 5001 note. authorizations were subsequently appropriated. INDEPENDENT AGENCIES PEACE CORPS For an additional amount to carry out the provisions of the Peace Corps Act (75 Stat. 612) (22 U.S.C. 2501, et seq.), $7,200,000, to remain available until September 30,1988. '"' MILITARY ASSISTANCE ' " ' '! ^„ FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE PRESIDENT MILITARY ASSISTANCE Philippines. For necessary expenses to carry out the provisions of section 503 22 u s e 2311. of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, $50,000,000, which shall be used only for the Philippines: Provided, "That amounts appropriated under this heading shall be available notwithstanding section 10 of 22 u s e 2412. Public Law 91-672 and section 15(a) of the State Department Basic 22 u s e 2680. Authorities Act of 1956. FOREIGN MIUTARY CREDIT SALES Morocco. For an additional amount to carry out the provisions of section 23 Kenya. of the Arms Export Control Act, $13,000,000 of which $10,000,000 22 u s e 2763. shall be available only for Morocco, and $3,000,000 shall be available only for Kenya. fi'ii;
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 409 EXPORT ASSISTANCE THa EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OP THE UNITED STATES ^' •* UMITATION ON PROGRAM ACTIVITY Notwithstanding the "limitation on program activity" contained in title IV of the Foreign Assistance and Related Programs Appro- priations Act, 1987 in Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591, lOO Stat. during the fiscal year 1987 and within the resources and authority 3341III5' available, gross obligations for the principal amount of direct loans shall be reduced from $900,000,000 to $680,000,000 and shall be provided under the terms and conditions in the Foreign Assistance and Related Programs Appropriations Act of 1987 as they apply to 100 Stat. the Export-Import Bank. 3341I214' GENERAL PROVISIONS GUARANTY RESERVE FUND Section 24(c) of the Arms Export Control Act is amended by 22 use 2764. striking the second paragraph and inserting the following: "Funds provided for necessary expenses to carry out the provi- sions of section 23 of the Arms Export Control Act and of section 503 22 use 2763. of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended, may be used to 22 use 2311. pay claims on the Guaranty Reserve Fund to the extent that funds in the Guaranty Reserve Fund are inadequate for that purpose.". REPEAL OF SECTION 2 1 5 ( 2 ) Section 215(2) of title II of the Military Construction Appropria- tions Act, 1987 as contained in Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591 is hereby repealed. }?83-307 3341-307. , ,, INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK It is the sense of the Congress that United States economic and foreign policy interests in the western hemisphere would be best served if the Secretary of the Treasury were to adhere to the Administration's proposal to modify the voting procedures within the Inter-American Development Bank to require that decisions be taken by the board by a voting majority of 65 percent of the voting shares. DAIRY SURPLUS PRODUCTS Funds provided for new development projects of private entities and cooperatives utilizing surplus dairy products may also be used for development projects that include surplus dairy livestock under the Dairy Termination Program. %UB 'XU
101 STAT. 410 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 CHAPTER V DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT HOUSING PROGRAMS PAYMENTS FOR THE OPERATION OF LOW-INCOME HOUSING PROJECTS * '^ (INCLUDING RESCISSION) ' "' Of the amounts made available under this head in section 101(g) of Public Laws 99-500 and 99-591 (100 Stat. 1783-242, 3341-242) for payments to public housing agencies and Indian housing authorities, $65,000,000 are rescinded and the balance shall be for payment of operating subsidies under section 9, United States Housing Act of 1937 (42 U.S.C. 1437g): Provided, That, notwithstanding section 9(d) of such Act, any amount of such balance not required for such purpose shall be made available only for increased liability insur- ance costs not reflected in the performance funding system formula (24 C.F.R. Part 990). For an additional amount for "Payments for the operation of low- .;_;. income housing projects", $65,000,000, as authorized by section 9 of the United States Housing Act of 1937, as amended (42 U.S.C. 1437g), to be available for obligation on September 25, 1987, and to r remain available until September 30, 1988: Provided, That such amount shall be available only for insurance costs not reflected in the performance funding system formula. RENT SUPPLEMENT (RESCISSION) The limitation otherwise applicable to the maximum payments , that may be required in any fiscal year by all contracts entered into under section 101 of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1965 (12 U.S.C. 1701s), is further reduced in fiscal year 1987 by not more than $14,420,000 in uncommitted balances of authorizations provided for this purpose in appropriation Acts. RENTAL HOUSING ASSISTANCE (RESCISSION) • ^ The limitation otherwise applicable to the maximum payments that may be required in any fiscal year by all contracts entered into under section 236 of the National Housing Act (12 U.S.C. 1715z-l), is further reduced in fiscal year 1987 by not more than $2,699,000 in uncommitted balances of authorizations provided for this purpose in appropriation Acts. COMMUNITY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ..-,, URBAN RENEWAL LAND DISPOSITION PROCEEDS Notwithstanding any other provision of law or other requirement, the City of Camden in the State of New Jersey is authorized to retain any land disposition proceeds from the financially closed-out Center City Urban Renewal Project (No. N.J. R.150) not paid to the Department of Housing and Urban Development and to use such
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 411 proceeds in accordance with the requirements of the community development block grant program specified in title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974. The City of Camden shall 42 USC 5301. retain such proceeds in a lump sum and shall be entitled to retain and use, in accordance with this section, all past and future earnings from such proceeds, including any interest. INDEPENDENT AGENCIES AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION SALARIES AND EXPENSES For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses", $3,000,000: Provided, That of the foregoing amount, $1,350,000 shall be avail- able until expended and placed in a reserve for release at the discretion of the Secretary of the American Battle Monuments Commission after consultation with the Congress, and $150,000 shall be available until expended for the establishment of a memorial on Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands. CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION SALARIES AND EXPENSES Of the funds provided to the Consumer Product Safety Commis- sion for "Salaries and expenses" in Public Law 99-500 and Public lOO Stat. 1783. Law 99-591, an additional $20,000 shall be available for personnel loo Stat. 3341. compensation and benefits for the Commissioners of the Consumer Product Safety Commission appointed pursuant to 15 U.S.C. 2053. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY SALARIES AND EXPENSES (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses", $12,000,000, to be derived by transfer from "Construction grants". RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (DISAPPROVAL OF DEFERRAL) The Congress disapproves deferral D87-54 relating to the Environ- mental Protection Agency, "Research and development", as set forth in the message of January 28, 1987, which was transmitted to the Congress by the President. The disapproval shall be effective upon enactment into law of this Act and the amount of the proposed deferral disapproved herein shall be made available for obligation. ABATEMENT, CONTROL, AND COMPLIANCE Of the funds appropriated to the Environmental Protection Agency for "Abatement, control, and compliance" in Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591 for the purposes of the Asbestos School Hazards Abatement Act of 1984, an additional $2,000,000 20 USC 3901 shall be available for administrative expenses for section 206(d)(2) "°*® Public Law 99-519. 15 USC 2646.
101 STAT. 412 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 (DISAPPROVAL OF DEFERRAL) 'r. r' r:; i The Congress disapproves deferral D87-55 relating to the Environ- mental Protection Agency, "Abatement, control, and compliance", as set forth in the message of January 28, 1987, which was trans- mitted to the Congress by the President. The disapproval shall be effective upon enactment into law of this Act and the amount of the proposed deferral disapproved herein shall be made available for obligation. (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) ' " ' For an additional amount for "Abatement, control, and compli- ance", $27,000,000, to remain available until September 30, 1988, and to be derived by transfer from "Construction grants". CONSTRUCTION GRANTS Of the funds appropriated to the Environmental Protection 100 Stat. 1783. Agency for "Construction grants" in Public Law 99-500 and Public 100 Stat. 3341. Law 99-591, the $1,200,000,000 which was not to become available until enactment of a subsequent appropriations Act authorizing the obligation of such funds is hereby made available: Provided, That the $1,161,000,000 remaining after the transfers to "Salaries and expenses" and "Abatement, control, and compliance" shall be allo- cated and used in accordance with the provisions of the Water Ante, p. 7. Quality Act of 1987 (Public Law 100-4). . ,.,.,,.„. .. ,..,., .Xf. ADVANCES TO TRUST FUNDS Pursuant to Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591, amounts advanced to the Hazardous Substance Response Trust Fund shall remain available until expended. HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE RESPONSE TRUST FUND Of the funds provided to the Environmental Protection Agency for "Hazardous Substance Response Trust Fund" in Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591, no more than $16,000,000 shall be available to carry out the purposes of the Emergency Planning and Commu- 42 u s e 11001 nity Right-to-Know Act of 1986 (Public Law 99-499). note. FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY DISASTER REUEF 't^} For an additional amount for "Disaster relief, $57,475,000, to remain available until expended. ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISION Mobile homes. The regulation changes to 44 CFR parts 59 and 60 promulgated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency and set forth at 51 Fed. Reg. 30306-30309 (August 25, 1986), which amended the defini- tion, placement, and elevation of mobile homes in an existing mobile ,! t ' home park or mobile home subdivision, as previously defined, shall not be effective from enactment of this Act through September 30, ::^IH-. M. 1988.
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 413 . 3 £ • NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION t CONSTRUCTION OF FACILITIES (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) For an additional amount for "Construction of facilities", $303,000,000, to become available on September 25, 1987, and remain available until September 30, 1989, of which $300,000,000 shall be transferred to "Space flight, control and data communica- tions". j. VETERANS ADMINISTRATION COMPENSATION AND PENSIONS For an additional amount for "Compensation and pensions", $80,200,000, to remain available until expended. MEDICAL CARE Of the funds provided under this head in the conference report on H.R. 5313, Department of Housing and Urban Development— Independent Agencies Appropriations Act, 1987, as enacted by Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591, $44,178,000 shall remain loo Stat. available until September 30, 1988, to fund central procurement 1783-242, contracts for the acquisition of automated data processing equip- 3341-242. ment and contracts for major systems support in amounts not less than $1,000,000 for the Decentralized Hospital Computer Program and the Integrated Hospital System. GENERAL OPERATING EXPENSES Of the funds provided under this head in the conference report on H.R. 5313, Department of Housing and Urban Development— Independent Agencies Appropriations Act, 1987, as enacted by Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591, $34,178,000 shall remain available until September 30,1988, to fund contracts in amounts not less than $1,000,000 for the acquisition of automated data processing equipment and services to support the modernization program of the Department of Veterans Benefits. < ~i CONSTRUCTION, MAJOR PROJECTS * % ,, , . . ,.. a Of the unobligated balance available under this heading, not to exceed $2,000,000 shall be available for the settlement of a contrac- tor's claim arising from the construction of an addition to Building No. 1 at the Veterans Administration Medical Center, Huntington, West Virginia; and, notwithstanding any other provision of law, not to exceed $900,000 from the unobligated balance under this heading shall be available for the settlement of a contractor's claim arising from the construction of the Basic Science Addition at the Veterans Administration Medical Center, Huntington, West Vir- ginia, authorized pursuant to Public Law 92-541, as amended. 38 USC lOl note. VETERANS JOB TRAINING For payments to defray the costs of training and provision of v,. , ^ },; incentives to employers to hire and train certain veterans as au-
101 STAT. 414 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 thorized by the Veterans' Job Training Act, as amended (29 U.S.C. 1721), $30,000,000, to remain available until September 30, 1989. LOAN GUARANTY REVOLVING FUND For expenses necessary to carry out Loan Guaranty and insurance 38 use 1801 operations, as authorized by law (38 U.S.C. chapter 37, except ^' *^9- administrative expenses, as authorized by section 1824 of such title), $100,000,000, to remain available until expended. * ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISION The mission of the Veterans Administration Medical CJenter at Walla Walla, Washington, shall not be changed from that in exist- ence on January 1,1987. , CHAPTERVI DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT OF LANDS AND RESOURCES For an additional amount for "Management of lands and re- sources", $2,126,000, of which $1,255,000 for hazardous waste site activities in Oroville, Washington, shall remain available until September 30,1988. UNITED STATES FISH AND WILDUFE SERVICE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT For an additional amount for "Resource management", $3,100,000. CONSTRUCTION AND ANADROMOUS FISH For an additional amount for "(Construction and anadromous fish", $15,000,000, to remain available until expended. LAND ACQUISITION For an additional amount for "Land acquisition", $5,815,000, to be derived from the Land and Water Conservation Fund, to remain available until expended. NATIONAL PARK SERVICE OPERATION OF THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE For an additional amount for "Operation of the national park system", $18,250,000. ^j-; • > V: : > : LAND AND WATER CONSERVATION FUND .J J (RESCISSION) 16 use 460/-i0a The contract authority provided for fiscal year 1987 by 16 U.S.C. note. 4601-lOa is rescinded. v .. . ^ ;7 •.•,,.,
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 415 ^ .^ , , . LAND ACQUISITION AND STATE ASSISTANCE For an additional amount for "Land acquisition and State assist 16 u s e 251k ance", $22,910,000, to be derived from the Land and Water Con note. servation Fund, to remain available until expended: Provided, That Washington, pursuant to 16 U.S.C. 251k, the Secretary may acquire the 270-acre parcel known as Keystone Spit on Whidbey Island, Washington, and convey such parcel to the State of Washington in exchange for the i> approximately 1,000 acres of tidelands owned by such State within the boundary of Olympic National Park: Provided further. That if recreational uses of these tidelands must be regulated, the National Park Service shall consult with the State of Washington prior to the implementation of any such regulations: Provided further, That the exchange must include the mineral rights of the tidelands. ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISION Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the pesticide applica- Pests and tion program described in the West Virginia Department of Natural pesticides. Resources' permit application to conduct a pesticide (bacillus West Virginia. thuringiensis israelensis [Bti]) spraving program on the New River, West Virginia, to control the river s black fly (Simulium jenningsi) population, received by the Superintendent of New River Gorge National River, West Virginia, on September 9, 1986, is hereby approved as a demonstration project for a period of eight years from the date of enactment of this Act, unless the pesticide Bti is removed from the registered list of pesticides, as determined by the Environ- mental Protection Agency, at an earlier date. No additonal analyses, proposals, or approvals will be required for the State to conduct similar pesticide application programs during the period of the demonstration project provided herein. The State shall notify the National Park Service of its planned annual program at least ninety days in advance of spraying, and shall consider the recommenda- tions provided by the National Park Service, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, and other parties in the conduct of the pes- ticide application program. The State shall also enter into an indem- Claims, nity agreement with the National Park Service which will protect the Service from all tort claims which might arise from the State's spraying program. The State and the National Park Service shall jointly conduct a monitoring program on the effects of the pesticide application, including the impact on natural, cultural and rec- reational values of the National River. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY SURVEYS, I N V E S T I G A T I O N S , AND RESEARCH For an additional amount for "Surveys, investigations, and re- search", $2,597,000, of which $597,000 shall remain available until expended. MINERALS MANAGEMENT SERVICE L E A S I N G AND R O Y A L T Y MANAGEMENT For an additional amount for "Leasing and royalty management", "0,000: Provided, That none of the funds in this or any other Act may be used in implement, prior to November 1, 1987, a rule which
101 STAT. 416 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 modifies the product valuation guidelines of the Minerals Manage- ment Service. 410: 3i:iF 0 OFFICE OF SURFACE MINING RECLAMATION AND ENFORCEMENT ABANDONED MINE RECLAMATION FUND Section 405(k) of the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act 30 u s e 1235. of 1977 (Public Law 95-87) is amended by adding at the end thereof, "except for purposes of subsection (c) of this section with respect to the Navajo, Hopi and Crow Indian Tribes". BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS .fii OPERATION OF INDIAN PROGRAMS For an additional amount for "Operation of Indian programs", $3,153,000: Provided, That not to exceed $226,000 shall be paid for the settlement of three appeals related to mineral leasing revenues that have been collected and disbursed to Indian allottees. The Bureau of Indian Affairs shall not transfer funds under a contract with any third party for the management of tribal or individual Indian trust funds until the funds held in trust for such tribe or individual have been audited and reconciled and the tribe or individual has been provided with an accounting of such funds, and the appropriate Committees of the Congress and the tribes have been consulted with as to the terms of the proposed contract or agreement: Provided, That the Bureau may not implement any regulations (and any amendments to, or revisions of, regulations) relating to the Bureau of Indian Affairs' Higher Education Grant Program that were not in effect on March 1, 1987, until after Congress has completed the fiscal year 1988 appropriations process, nor may the Bureau implement or take steps leading to implementa- tion of proposed initiatives, including but not limited to imposition of a flat fifteen per centum administrative fee for tribal contractors, and imposition of tuition fees at Bureau post-secondary schools, until Congress has reviewed all such initiatives and approved them as part of the fiscal year 1988 appropriations process. ® GENERAL PROVISIONS ' - Indians. Any funds appropriated under Public Law 84-747 (64 Stat. 573) in Oklahoma. satisfaction of judgment awarded the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Claims. in Docket Numbered 16 of Indian Claims Commission which have Minerals and mining. not been distributed on the date of enactment of this Act (including all interest and investment income accrued thereon) shall be held in trust by the Secretary of the Interior for the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma and shall be invested under the Act of June 24, 1938 (25 U.S.C. 162a). The funds may be used on an annual budgetary basis by the tribal governing body subject to the approval of the Secretary. None of the funds in this or any other Act shall be available prior to March 31, 1988, to issue a patent for an oil shale mining claim located prior to enactment of the Mineral Lands Leasing Act of 1920 (30 U.S.C. 181, et seq., 41 Stat. 437), as provided for under the General Mining Law of 1872, as amended (30 U.S.C. 22, et seq., 17 Stat. 91) except for patent applications C-012327, C-016671, C- 023661, C-41836, C-43354, C-39464, C-38579, C-38402, C-35080, and C-36293.
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 417 - ' H^h-T'-— •^' RELATED AGENCIES ' - DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE •fiiin FOREST SERVICE B'.'' ,*•'. J fi STATE AND PRIVATE FORESTRY (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS AND DISAPPROVAL OF DEFERRAL) For an additional amount for "State and private forestry", $8,000,000, of which $7,005,000 shall remain available until ex- pended, and of which $995,000 shall be transferred to the "Forest Research" appropriation account of the Forest Service, to remain available until expended. The Congress disapproves deferral D87-35 relating to the Forest Service, "State and private forestry", as set forth in the message of January 28, 1987, which was transmitted to the Congress by the President. The disapproval shall be effective upon enactment into law of this Act and the amount of the proposed deferral disapproved herein shall be made available for obligation. CONSTRUCTION For an additional amount for "Construction' $1,000,000, to remain available until expended. LAND ACQUISITION #Vi i i^ -5. ^DISAPPROVAL OF DEFERRAL) ,3 The Congress disapproves deferral D87-36 relating to the Forest Service, "Land acquisition", as set forth in the message of January 28, 1987, which was transmitted to the Congress by the President. The disapproval shall be effective upon enactment into law of this Act and the amount of the proposed deferral disapproved herein shall be made available for obligation. TIMBER ROADS, PURCHASER ELECTION, FOREST SERVICE ^ (RESCISSION) " (INCLUDING DISAPPROVAL OF DEFERRAL) Of the funds previously made available and unobligated in this permanent appropriation account, $30,000,000 is rescinded. The Congress disapproves deferral D87-37 relating to the Forest Service, "Timber roads, purchaser election. Forest Service", as set forth in the message of January 28, 1987, which was transmitted to the Congress by the President. This disapproval shall be effective upon enactment into law of this Act and the amount of the proposed deferral disapproved herein shall be made available for obligation. HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION: MOUNT ST. HELENS NATIONAL VOLCANIC I MONUMENT >a U. >Ji;J For payment of obligations incurred for construction of a road serving the Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument, $9,915,000, to be derived from the Highway Trust Fund (other than
101 STAT. 418 * PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 Mass Transit Account), to remain available until expended to liq- uidate the contract authority provided in title II of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 1987, as included in section 100 Stat. 101(h) of Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591. 1783-267, 3341-268. ACQUISITION OF LANDS FOR NATIONAL FORESTS SPECIAL ACTS Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591, section 101(h), Interior 100 Stat. and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 1987, under this head, is 9of?~oio' amended by inserting ", Wasatch" after the word "Cache". oo41—J4J. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES HEALTH RESOURCES AND SERVICES ADMINISTRATION INDIAN HEALTH SERVICES Personnel ceilings may not be imposed on the Indian Health Service nor may any action be taken to reduce the full-time equiva- lent level of the Indian Health Service by the elimination of tem- porary employees by reduction in force, hiring freeze or any other means without Congress having reviewed and approved such a proposal as part of the fiscal year 1988 appropriations process. SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION SALARIES AND EXPENSES For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses", $700,000. UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL COUNCIL HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL COUNCIL Public Law 96-388, as amended (36 U.S.C. 1401 et seq.) is further amended as follows: (1) 36 U.S.C. 1405(a) is amended by deleting the words "the President upon the recommendation of the Chairperson of the Council" and substituting "the Chairperson of the Council, subject to confirmation of the Council", and adding the follow- ing new sentence: "The Executive Director shall serve at the pleasure of the Council."; , ^5. (2) 36 U.S.C. 1405(b) is amended by striking the "." in subsec- tion (2) and adding "; and" after "law" and adding the following t::. new subsection: "(3) implement decisions of the Council, in the manner di- rected by the Council, and perform such other functions as may be assigned from time to time by the Council, the Executive Committee of the Council, or the Chairperson of the Council.". GENERAL PROVISION 16 use 544 note. Notwithstanding the provisions of Public Law 99-663, which 16 use 544f established the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, the note Pierce National Wildlife Refuge and the Little White Salmon Na- tional Fish Hatchery shall continue to be administered, operated and maintained in accordance with the provisions of the National
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 419 Wildlife Refuge System Administration Act, Fish and Wildlife Co- 16 u s e 668dd ordination Act, and Fish and Wildlife Act of 1956 by the U.S. Fish note. 16 u s e 661 note, and Wildlife Service. 742a note. CHAPTER VII DEPARTMENT OF LABOR EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ADMINISTRATION TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT SERVICES For an additional amount for "Training and employment serv- ices" for activities authorized by sections 236, 237, and 238 of the Trade Act of 1974, as amended, $20,000,000. 19 use 2296-2298. COMMUNITY SERVICE EMPLOYMENT FOR OLDER AMERICANS For an additional amount for "Community service employment Grants, for older Americans", to carry out the activities for national grants eontracts. or contracts with public agencies and public or private nonprofit organizations under paragraph (1)(A) of section 506(a) of title V of the Older Americans Act of 1965, as amended, $7,800,000. 42 u s e 3056d. For an additional amount for "Community service employment for older Americans", to carry out the activities for grants to States under paragraph (3) of section 506(a) of title V of the Older Ameri- cans Act of 1965, as amended, $2,200,000. STATE UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE AND EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OPERATIONS For an additional amount for "State unemployment insurance and employment service operations", $65,000,000 from the Employ- ment Security Administration account in the Unemployment Trust Fund, of which $15,000,000 shedl be used to carry out the targeted jobs tax credit program under section 51 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, and of which $27,500,000 shall be available only to the 100 Stat. 2095; extent necessary to administer unemployment compensation laws to 26 u s e 51. meet increased costs of administration resulting from changes in a State law or increases in the number of unemployment insurance claims filed and claims paid or increased salary costs resulting from changes in State salary compensation plans embracing employees of the State generally over those upon which the State s basic alloca- tion was based, which cannot be provided for by normal budgetary adjustments based on State obligations as of December 31, 1987. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES HEALTH RESOURCES AND SERVICES ADMINISTRATION HEALTH RESOURCES AND SERVICES For an additional amount for "Health resources and services", $18,750,000 for carrying out title V of the Social Security Act, as amended. 42 u s e 701. 91-194 O - 90 -15 : QL.3 Part 1
101 STAT, 420 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 . . . CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL ' DISEASE CONTROL, RESEARCH, AND TRAINING For an additional amount for "Disease control, research, and training", $20,000,000. NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH ^ NATIONAL I N S T I T U T E ON AGING For an -additional amount for "National Institute on Aging", $750,000. NATIONAL CENTER FOR NURSING RESEARCH • For an additional amount for "National Center for Nursing Research", $1,000,000. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE . , PUBLIC H E A L T H E M E R G E N C Y FUND For carrying out title III, section 319 of the Public Health Service 42 use 247d. Act, as amended, $30,000,000 for the emergency provision of drugs determined to prolong the life of individuals with Acquired Immune * ' ' ' Deficiency Syndrome, to remain available until September 30, 1988. . FAMILY SUPPORT ADMINISTRATION WORK INCENTIVES For an additional amount for "Work incentives", $23,000,000. OFFICE OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT SERVICES •W-.F FAMILY SOCIAL SERVICES ^ (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) For an additional amount for "Family social services", 42 use 670. $165,227,000 for part E of title IV of the Social Security Act, of which $43,583,000 shall be derived from unobligated balances in "Social Services Block Grant":/Vouiderf, That of the total additional amount, $127,184,000 shall be available for foster care and $38,043,000 shall be available for adoption assistance. For an additional amount for Home Delivered Nutrition Services under subpart 2 of part C of title III of the Older Americans Act of 42USe3030f. 1965, $1,400,000. ' - " ' - •'!• y . • DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION -> • REHABILITATION SERVICES AND HANDICAPPED RESEARCH Of the funds appropriated for Rehabilitation Services and Handi- capped Research for fiscal year 1987, $15,860,000 is available for Special Denyjnstrajipn P^^^ under section 311(a)(b)(c).
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 421 VOCATIONAL AND ADULT EDUCATION Of the $11,000,000 appropriated for fiscal year 1987 for title IV of the Carl D. Perkins Vocational Education Act, $7,050,000 shall be 20 u s e 2401. for activities authorized by part A, including $6,000,000 for section 20 u s e 2404. 404, $450,000 shall be for section 415 of part B, and $3,500,000 shall 20 u s e 2471. be for section 422 of part C. 20 u s e 2422. STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) For an additional amount for "Student financial assistance", $287,000,000, to be derived by transfer from "Guaranteed student loans". The allotment of the State of Louisiana under subpart 3 of part A Louisiana. of title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965, from funds appro- 20 use I070c. priated for fiscal year 1987, shall be expended without regard to the provision of sections 415A(a), 415C(b) (6), (8) and (10) of such subpart. 20 use i070c-2. HIGHER EDUCATION For an additional amount for "Higher education", $3,300,000, of which $1,000,000 shall be for activities authorized under part B of title III of the Higher Education Act, $1,000,000 shall be for activi- 20 u s e 1060 et seq. ties authorized under part A of title VI of said Act, and $1,300,000 20 u s e 1121 shall be for activities authorized under part C of title IX of said Act. et seq. 20 u s e 1134h CHICAGO UTIGATION SETTLEMENT et seq. (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) To enable the United States of America to satisfy in full any and Discrimination, all obligations it may have to provide financial assistance for the prohibition. eiaims. Chicago Board's Desegregation Plan under section 15.1 of the Con- sent Decree entered in the case United States v. Board of Education of the City of Chicago, 80 C 5124, and to resolve all claims of the Chicago Board and all litigation concerning the United States' obligations to the Chicago Board under section 15.1, there is hereby appropriated $83,000,000 to be derived by transfer of remaining unobligated or contingently obligated balances of appropriations for fiscal years 1983 through 1986 for the Department of Education that would have been expended or lapsed but for the escrow provisions established as a result of the litigation between the Chicago Board and the United States: Provided, That the Secretary of Education shall make these funds available to the Board to be used only for desegregation activities in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Consent Decree: Provided further, That these funds shall be made available to the Board in five equal annual grants beginning in fiscal year 1988: Provided further. That this $83,000,000 reappro- priation constitutes full and final satisfaction of any and all past, present and future claims that the Chicago Board may have against the United States arising under or resulting from section 15.1 of the Consent Decree, and releases the United States from any further liability under section 15.1: Provided further, That the funds appro- priated by this Act shall remain available until expended.
101 STAT. 422 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 , RELATED AGENCIES NATIONAL COMMISSION TO PREVENT INFANT MORTAUTY •".i.'i O P E R A T I N G EXPENSES For "Operating expenses", $700,000, to remain available until September 30,1988. CHAPTER VIII ,1 LEGISLATIVE BRANCH SENATE PAYMENTS TO WIDOWS AND HEIRS OF DECEASED MEMBERS OF CONGRESS Cecile F. For a payment to Cecile F. Zorinsky, widow of Edward Zorinsky, Zorinsky. Edward late a Senator from Nebraska, $89,500. Zorinsky. SALARIES, OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY For an additional amount for "Office of the Secretary", $100,000. ADMINISTRATIVE, CLERICAL AND LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANCE TO SENATORS For an additional amount for "Administrative, Clerical and Legis- lative Assistance to Senators", $27,700, which shall not be available until July 1,1987. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS For an additional amount for "Miscellaneous items", $1,300,000. ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS 2 u s e 31a-2a. SECTION 1. (a) The Secretary of the Senate shall, upon the written request of the Majority or Minority Leader of the Senate, transfer from any available funds in such Leader's allotment in the Leader's Representation Allowance (as defined in subsection (b)(1)) for any fiscal year (commencing with the fiscal year ending September 30, 1985) to such Leader's Expense Allowance (as defined in subsection (b)(2)) to such year such amount as is specified in the request. Any funds so transferred for any fiscal year at the request of either such Leader shall be available to such Leader for such year for the same purposes as, and in like manner and subject to the same conditions as, are other funds which are available to him for such year as his expense allowance as Majority or Minority Leader. (bXD The term "Leader's Representation Allowance" means the Representation Allowance Account for the Majority and Minority Leaders established by section 197 of Public Law 99-88 (2 U.S.C. 31a-2). (2) The term "Leader's Expense Allowance", when used in ref- erence to the Majority or Minority Leader of the Senate, refers to the moneys available, for any fiscal year, to such Leader as an
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 423 expense allowance and the appropriation account from which such moneys are funded. SEC. 2. (a) The Secretary of the Senate is authorized to use any 2 use 65f. available funds (but not in excess of $25,000 for any fiscal year), out of the appropriation account (within the Contingent Fund of the Senate) for the Secretary of the Senate, to assist him in the proper discharge, within the United States, of his appropriate responsibil- ities to members of foreign parliamentary groups or other foreign officials. (b) The provisions of subsection (a) shall be effective in the case of expenditures for fiscal years ending after September 30,1986. SEC. 3. (a) Effective July 1, 1987, the table contained in section 105(d)(1) of the Legislative Branch Appropriation Act of 1968, as amended (2 U.S.C. 61-l(d)(l)), is amended by striking out— "$904,114 if such population is 5,000,000 but less than 7,000,000;" and inserting in lieu thereof "$904,114 if such population is 5,000,000 but less than 6,000,000; "$931,810 if such population is 6,000,000 but less than 7,000,000;". (b) Effective July 1, 1987, the administrative and clerical allow- Georgia. ance of each Senator from the State of Georgia and the State of North Carolina. 2 u s e 61-1 note. North Carolina is increased to that allowed Senators from States having a population of six million but less than seven million, the population of said State having exceeded six million inhabitants. (c) Effective July 1, 1987, the administrative and clerical allow- Indiana. ance of each Senator from the State of Indiana, the State of Massachusetts. Missouri. Massachusetts, the State of Missouri, and the State of Virginia, is Virginia. that allowed Senators from States having a population of five 2 u s e 61-1 note. million but less than six million. SEC. 4. The chairman of the Majority or Minority Conference Committee of the Senate may, during the fiscal year ending Septem- ber 30,1987, at his election, transfer not more than $40,000 from the appropriation account for salaries for the Conference of the Majority and the Conference of the Minority of the Senate, to the account, within the contingent fund of the Senate, from which expenses are payable under section 120 of Public Law 97-51 (2 U.S.C. 61g-6). Any transfer made at such time or times as such chairman shall specify in writing to the Senate Disbursing Office. Any funds so transferred by the chairman of the Majority or Minority Conference Committee shall be available for expenditure by such committee in like manner and for the same purposes as are other moneys which are available for expenditure by such committee from the account, Vithin the contingent fund of the Senate, from which expenses are payable under section 120 of Public Law 97-51 (2 U.S.C. 61g-6). SEC. 5. Section 101(j) of Public Law 99-591 is amended by adding 100 Stat. 3341- at the end thereof the following new sentence; "For purposes of the 287; post, pp. 424, 425. preceding sentence, the figure '$177,435,714' which appears in such H.R. 5203, in title I, under the item 'SALARIES, OFFICERS AND EM- PLOYEES', shall be deemed to be '$177,535,714'.".
101 STAT. 424 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES PAYMENTS TO WIDOWS AND HEIRS OF DECEASED MEMBERS OF CONGRESS Elizabeth J. For payment to Elizabeth J. Grotberg, widow of John E. Grotberg, Grotberg. late a Representative from the State of Illinois, $75,100. John E. Grotberg. For payment to Joy Temes, daughter of Sala Burton, late a Joy Temes. Representative from the State of California, $77,400. Sala Burton. CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE HOUSE STANDING COMMITTEES, SPECIAL A N D SELECT For an additional amount for "Standing committees, special and select", $1,950,000. ,.^i _ r . ALLOWANCES AND EXPENSES For an additional amount for "Allowances and expenses", $9,508,000, including "Supplies, materials, administrative costs and Federal tort claims", $8,893,000, of which $6,845,000 shall remain available until expended for the purchase of a telephone switch for the House of Representatives; "Reemployed annuitants reimburse- ments", $368,000; and a special session or ceremony of the Congress in honor of the Bicentennial of the Constitution, $247,000, subject to adoption of an authorizing resolution. SALARIES, OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES For an additional amount for "Salaries, officers and employees", $371,000, including "Office of the Clerk", $280,000; "Office of the Sergeant at Arms , $72,000; and "Office of the Law Revision Coun- sel", $19,000. ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISION Section 101(j) of the Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 1987 100 Stat. 1783- (Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591) is amended by inserting 287; ante, p. 423; " 'House leadership offices,' " after " 'Allowances and expenses,''. post, p. 425. JOINT ITEMS CAPITOL POLICE GENERAL EXPENSES For an additional amount for "General expenses", $180,000. CAPITOL GUIDE SERVICE For an additional amount to "Capitol Guide Service", $109,000. ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS Title I of the Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 1987 (Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591) is amended, in clause (4) of the paragraph relating to "Office of the Attending Physician" under the main heading "Joint Items", by striking out "eleven" and inserting in lieu thereof "twelve".
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 425 Effective October 18, 1986, section 101(j) of the joint resolution 2 u s e 84b, 117e making continuing appropriations for the fiscal year 1987, and for and note; 40 u s e 166f, other purposes (Public Laws 99-500 and 99-591; 100 Stat. 1783-287, 184b-184f, 3341-287) is amended by inserting ", and the provisions of H.R. 5203 206 note; 44 USe (to such extent and in such manner) shall be effective as if enacted 1719. into law" immediately before the period at the end. Ante, pp. 423, 424. OFFICE OF TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT SALARIES AND EXPENSES For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses", $350,000. r CHAPTER IX MILITARY CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS MATHER AIR FORCE BASE The Department of Defense is directed to terminate all work in ealifornia. connection with the study for possible base closure of Mather Air Force Base, California. FAMILY HOUSING, NAVY AND MARINE CORPS In addition to any other funds which may be available for such ealifornia. purpose, the Secretary of the Navy is authorized to expend monies made available by the City of San Diego, California for the reloca- tion or replacement of four family housing units in San Diego, California as a consequence of a final judgment in United States v. 35.934 Acres of Land, et al.. Civil Action No. 800-0021-E in United States District Court for the Southern District of California. TORREJON AIR BASE, SPAIN It is the sense of the Congress that all facility construction costs associated with the relocation of the Tactical Fighter Wing at Torrejon Air Base, Spain, to another location, should be the respon- sibility of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. NAVAL AIR STATION, ADAK, ALASKA Within the funds previously appropriated for military construc- tion planning and design. Navy, $1,500,000 shall be available for design of a middle school at Naval Air Station, Adak, Alaska. CHAPTER X DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE SPECIAL SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAM FOR WOMEN, INFANTS, AND CHILDREN Section 17(g)(1) of the Child Nutrition Act of 1966 is amended— 42 use 1786. (1) by inserting "and" after "September 30,1986,"; and
101 STAT. 426 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 (2) by striking "and September 30, 1988" and all that follows through the end of the sentence and inserting in lieu thereof "September 30,1988, and September 30,1989.". , ^ .. O F F I C E OF THE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE INVESTIGATIONS OF CHANGES NEEDED IN FARM PROGRAMS IN ORDER TO RESTORE THE AMERICAN FARM ECONOMY To enable the Secretary of Agriculture to investigate whether producers of basic agricultural commodities, including soybeans, favor the imposition of mandatory limits on the production of basic agricultural commodities, including soybeans, that will result in prices for such commodities that provide a fair return to the farm producer at not less than the cost of production, $6,000,000. To enable the Secretary of Agriculture to investigate the quantity of each basic agricultural commodity, including soybeans, needed by crop year to meet domestic consumption, to maintain an adequate reserve, and to regain and retain our fair share of world markets, $2,000,000. To enable the Secretary of Agriculture to investigate the changes '«' needed in existing rules and regulations of the Department of Agriculture to provide for implementation of mandatory limits on the production of basic agricultural commodities, including soy- beans, and nonrecourse loans on basic agricultural commodities, including soybeans, that reflect a fair return to the farm producer at _,,: not less than the cost of production, $2,000,000. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE For an additional amount for "Agricultural Research Service", $9,891,000, to remain available until expended. COOPERATIVE STATE RESEARCH SERVICE For an additional amount for "Cooperative State Research Serv- ice", $300,000: Provided, That of the amounts appropriated under the heading "Cooperative State Research Service" in the Agri- culture, Rural Development, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 1987, made applicable by section 101(a) of the Continuing Appropriations Act, 1987 (Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99- 100 Stat. 1783, 591), for payments to agricultural experiment stations to carry out 3341. the purposes of the Hatch Act, as amended (7 U.S.C. 361a-361i), any monies available for allotment to any recipient, but withheld by the Secretary of Agriculture for failure to meet the matching require- ments of the Hatch Act, may be reapportioned to other agricultural experiment stations and used to carry out the purposes of the Hatch Act: Provided further, That no experiment station that received funds under the Hatch Act during fiscal year 1986 shall receive a total allotment in fiscal year 1987 that exceeds the total allotment it received in fiscal year 1986. For grants to States for the establishment and operation of inter- national trade development centers, as authorized by the National Agricultural Research Extension and Teaching Policy Act of 1977, as amended (7 U.S.C. 3292), $3,200,000, to remain available until expended. . ^, ,,.. ,.. ...^.^.: _,, ;.
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 427 BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES For acquisition of land, construction, repair, improvement, exten- sion, alteration, and purchase of fixed equipment or facilities and for grants to States and other eligible recipients for such purposes, as necessary to carry out the agricultural research, extension and teaching programs of the Department of Agriculture, where not otherwise provided, $30,200,000, to remain available until expended: Provided, That of available funds under "Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, Rural Clean Water Program", $6,000,000 -; f.. are rescinded. EXTENSION SERVICE For an additional amount for "Extension Service, Federal administration and coordination", for special grants for financially stressed and dislocated farmers, $300,000, to remain available until expended. ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE ,. c, For an additional amount for "Animal and Plant Health Inspec- tion Service", $8,500,000. AGRICULTURAL STABILIZATION AND CONSERVATION SERVICE (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) For an additional amount for "Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, Salaries and expenses", $24,000,000: Provided, That not to exceed $24,000,000 of the above amount may be trans- ferred to this account from the Commodity Credit Corporation. DAIRY INDEMNITY PROGRAM For the Dairy Indemnity Program, an additional $553,000, to remain available until expended: Provided, That this amount shall be transferred to the Commodity Credit Corporation: Provided further, That the Secretary is authorized to utilize the services, facilities, and authorities of the Commodity Credit Corporation for , >, ,, the purpose of making dairy indemnity disbursements. GENERAL SALES MANAGER , ,^, (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) Not to exceed an additional $705,000 may be transferred from the Commodity Credit Corporation funds to the General Sales Manager to help implement export programs, including the adjustment of the offering price to remain competitive, as authorized by law, and programs mandated in the Food Security Act of 1985. '^ use 1281 note. COMMODITY CREDIT CORPORATION REIMBURSEMENT FOR NET REALIZED LOSSES (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) To reimburse the Commodity Credit Corporation for net realized losses sustained, but not previously reimbursed, pursuant to the Act
101 STAT. 428 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 of August 17, 1961 (15 U.S.C. 713a-ll, 713a-12), $5,553,189,000, such funds to be available, together with other resources available to the Corporation, to finance the Corporation's programs and activities during fiscal year 1987: Provided, That of the foregoing amount not to exceed the following amounts shall be available for the following programs: export guaranteed loan claims, $300,000,000; conservation reserve program, $400,000,000; additional payments to producers under section 633(B) of the Agriculture, Rural Development, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 1987 (Public Law 99-500 and ^n^rffllso^^" Public Law 99-591), which shall be made to cover the difference ' • between the partial payment and the amount of the full claim, $135,000,000, and for other disaster payments required by the Farm Ante, p. 318. Disaster Assistance Act of 1987, $25,000,000; and interest payments to the United States Treasury, $440,000,000: Provided further, That five per centum of the funds available for the conservation reserve program in this Act shall be transferred to the conservation oper- ations account of the Soil Conservation Service for services of its technicians in carrying out the conservation programs of the Food 7 use 1281 note. Security Act of 1985. HONEY Section 1001(2)(C) of the Food Security Act of 1985 (7 U.S.C. 1308(2)(C)), as amended by Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99- 591, is amended— (1) by inserting "(i)" after "(C)", and (2) by adding at the end the following: "(ii) No certificate redeemable for stocks of a commodity held by the Commodity Credit Corporation may be redeemed for honey held by the Corporation.". FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION 7 use 1981b The Secretary may adjust interest rates on existing nonsubsidized '^°^- loans if he determines such interest rates are excessive in relation to prevailing commercial rates for comparable loans: Provided, That such rate adjustments shall constitute a change in the loan agree- ment and not a new loan. 42 use 1472 The limitations on loan prepayments contained in section 634 of note. the Agriculture, Rural Development, and Related Agencies Appro- 100 Stat. 1783- priations Act, 1987 shall remain in effect through September 30, 34,3341-34. 3.937 & f ' RURAL DEVELOPMENT GRANTS For a grant pursuant to section 310B(c) of the Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act, as amended (7 U.S.C. 1932), for the development of Choctaw Regional Rural Industrial Park, $3,000,000. ;A r*^ 0£ RURAL HOUSING INSURANCE FUND , ^f During fiscal year 1987, and within the resources and authority available, obligations for direct loans and related advances pursuant to section 515 of the Housing Act of 1949 (42 U.S.C. 1485), shall not exceed $554,900,000. For an additional amount for rental assistance agreements en- tered into or renewed pursuant to the authority under section 42 use 1490a. 521(a)(2) of the Housing Act of 1949, as amended, $115,000,000, to be used for contracts for newly constructed units financed under sec-
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 429 tions 514, 515 and 516 of the Housing Act of 1949 (42 U.S.C. 1484, 1485,1486). LOAN REGULATIONS 7 USC 1989 note. Hereafter, funds appropriated or available to the Farmers Home Administration under this or any other Act to make or to service farm loans shall be available for continuing assistance to delinquent borrowers on the basis of the policies contained in Farmers Home Administration Announcement Number 1113-1960, dated Novem- ber 30,1984. Hereafter, none of the funds appropriated or made available by this or any other Act, or otherwise made available to the Secretary of Agriculture or the Farmers Home Administration, may be used to implement section 1944.16(c)(1) of title 7, Code of Federal Regula- tions, as published in 52 Federal Register 11983 (April 14, 1987) or any other regulation that would have the same effect as such regulation. RURAL ELECTRIFICATION ADMINISTRATION Hereafter, notwithstanding section 306A(d) of the Rural Elec- 7 USC 936a note. trification Act of 1936 (7 U.S.C. 936a(d)), a borrower of a loan made by the Federal Financing Bank and guaranteed under section 306 of such Act (7 U.S.C. 936) may, at the option of the borrower, prepay such loan (or any loan advance thereunder) in accordance with ^ ^^'"^ * • section 306A of such Act. SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE ;^ WATERSHED AND FLOOD PREVENTION OPERATIONS For an additional amount for "Soil Conservation Service, Water- shed and flood prevention operations" for the watersheds authorized under the Flood Control Act approved June 22, 1936 (33 U.S.C. 701, 16 U.S.C. 1006a), as amended and supplemented, $300,000. FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICE (*J * C H I L D N U T R I T I O N PROGRAMS CHANGE IN TUITION LIMITATION FOR PRIVATE SCHOOLS (a) School Lunch Programs.—Section 12(d)(5) of the National School Lunch Act (42 U.S.C. 1760(d)(5)) is amended to read as follows: "(5) 'School' means (A) any public or nonprofit private school of high school grade or under, (B) any public or licensed non- profit private residential child care institution (including, but not limited to, orphanages and homes for the mentally retarded, but excluding Job Corps Centers funded by the Department of Labor), and (C) with respect to the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, nonprofit child care centers certified as such by the Gov- ernor of Puerto Rico. For purposes of clauses (A) and (B) of this paragraph, the term 'nonprofit', when applied to any such private school or institution, means any such school or institu- tion which is exempt from tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954.". 26 USC 501; 100 Stat. 2095.
101 STAT. 430 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 (b) SCHOOL BREAKFAST PROGRAMS.—Section 15(c) of the Child Nutrition Act of 1966 (42 U.S.C. 1784(c)) is amended to read as -I follows: "(c) 'School' means (A) any public or nonprofit private school of high school grade or under, including kindergarten and preschool programs operated by such school, (B) any public or licensed nonprofit private residential child care institution ^ (including, but not limited to, orphanages and homes for the »« mentally retarded, but excluding Job Corps Centers funded by the Department of Labor), and (C) with respect to the Common- X • wealth of Puerto Rico, nonprofit child care centers certified as such by the Governor of Puerto Rico. For purposes of clauses (A) ^ and (B) of this paragraph, the term 'nonprofit', when applied to any such private school or institution, means any such school or institution which is exempt from tax under section 501(c)(3) of 100 Stat. 2095; the Internal Revenue Code of 1954.". 26 use 501. (c) EFFECTIVE DATE.—The amendments made by subsections (a) note ^^^ ^^ shall take effect on July 1,1987. ... . .i "^'" t. REIMBURSEMENT Of the funds made available under the heading "CHILD NUTRITION PROGRAMS" of title III of the provisions made effective by section 99 Stat. 1185. 101(a) of Public Law 99-190 but not requested through an official budget request transmitted to the Congress, $167,500,000 shall be available to the Secretary of Agriculture to reimburse State agen- cies for meals served under child nutrition programs conducted under the National School Lunch Act (42 U.S.C. 1751 et seq.) and the Child Nutrition Act of 1966 (42 U.S.C. 1771 et seq.) in September 1987. SPECIAL MILK PROGRAM For an additional amount for "Food and Nutrition Service, Spe- cial milk program", $3,426,000. FOREIGN AGRICULTURAL SERVICE For an additional amount for "Foreign Agricultural Service" to offset increases in overseas costs, $1,500,000. OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT — ''*^-' ••• . "Xhiy:, (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) ' '-"^^ ^ •. .,.;.>•...•• ^ .- Funds available to the Department of Agriculture during fiscal year 1987 shall be available to assist an international organization in meeting the costs, including salaries, fringe benefits and other associated costs, related to the employment by the organization of Federal personnel that may transfer to the organization under the provisions of 5 U.S.C. 3581-3584, or of other well-qualified United States citizens, for the performance of activities that contribute to increased understanding of international agricultural issues. Such funds may be transferred for such purpose from one appropriation to another or to a single account: Provided, That not to exceed a total of $500,000 may be expended for such purpose and such • ' amount shall remain available until expended.
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 431 FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION For an additional amount for "Food and Drug Administration, Diseases. Salaries and expenses", $1,500,000 for evaluation and analysis of the drugs, vaccines, and tests for treatment of Acquired Immune Defi- ciency Syndrome. For an additional amount for orphan drug grants and contracts, $500,000. Section 3 of the Saccharin Study and Labeling Act (21 U.S.C. 348 nt.) is amended by striking out "May 1, 1987" and inserting in lieu thereof'May 1,1992". CHAPTER XI -^ ^ DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION ' K ^ . '" COASTGUARD OPERATING EXPENSES ^" (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) For an additional amount for "Operating expenses", $4,120,000, to be derived by transfer from "United States Customs Service, Oper- ation and Maintenance, Air Interdiction Program": Provided, That this provision shall be effective only upon validation of the transfer by the General Accounting Office. FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION OPERATIONS ( T R A N S F E R OF FUNDS) For an additional amount for "Operations", $60,000,000, of which $11,619,000 shall be derived by transfer from "Operation and maintenance. Metropolitan Washington airports", and $5,000,000 ' '- shall be derived by transfer from "Construction, Metropolitan Washington airports". GRANTS-IN-AID FOR AIRPORTS (LIQUIDATION OF CONTRACT AUTHORIZATION) (AIRPORT AND AIRWAY TRUST FUND) For an additional amount for liquidation of obligations incurred for airport planning and development under section 14 of Public Law 91-258, as amended, and under other laws authorizing such 49 USC app. obligations, and obligations for noise compatibility planning and l'^^^- programs, $160,000,000, to be derived from the Airport and Airway Trust Fund and to remain available until expended: Provided, That the first proviso under the heading "Grants-in-Aid for Airports (Liquidation of Contract Authorization) (Airport and Airway Trust Fund)", as contained in the Department of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 1987, 99th Congress, H.R. 5205, to the extent and in the manner provided for in the conference report and joint explanatory statement of the committee of con- ference thereon, 99th Congress, House Report 99-976, as filed in the House of Representatives on October 7, 1986, as if enacted into /'
101 STAT. 432 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 law, pursuant to section 101(1) of Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 100 Stat. 99-591, approved October 30,1986, is amended as follows: 3341-308' "Provided, That none of the funds in this Act shall be available for the planning or execution of programs the commitments for which are in excess of $1,000,000,000 in fiscal year 1987 for grants- in-aid for airport planning and development and noise compatibility planning and programs, notwithstanding section 506(e)(4) of the 49 use app. Airport and Airway Improvement Act of 1982, as amended: Provided 2205. further. That an additional $25,000,000 of such commitments may be made in fiscal year 1987 using unobligated amounts in the supple- 49 use app. mentary discretionary fund provided by sections 505(a) and 2204. 507(a)(3)(B) of such Act, without affecting the amount authorized to 22oV^^ ^PP" be appropriated from the Airport and Airway Trust Fund under section 506(c), the amount of apportionments required to be made under section 507, or the satisfaction of general limitations under gJJSCapp. section 508(d) of such Act.". AIRCRAFT PURCHASE LOAN GUARANTEE PROGRAM For the settlement of promissory notes issued to the Secretary of the Treasury, $2,602,000, to remain available until expended, to- gether with such sums as may be necessary for the payment of interest due under the terms and conditions of such notes. FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION MOTOR CARRIER SAFETY GRANTS (LIQUIDATION OF CONTRACT AUTHORIZATION) (HIGHWAY TRUST FUND) For payment of obligations incurred in carrying out the provisions 49 use app. of section 402 of Public Law 97-424, $35,000,000, to be derived from 2302. the Highway Trust Fund and to remain available until expended. BALTIMORE-WASHINGTON PARKWAY (HIGHWAY TRUST FUND) (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) For an additional amount for "Baltimore-Washington Parkway", $2,000,000, to be derived by transfer from "Motor Carrier Safety Grants" and to remain available until expended. HIGHWAY SAFETY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS (HIGHWAY TRUST FUND) (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) For an additional amount for "Highway Safety and Economic Development Demonstration Projects", $5,000,000, to be derived by transfer from "Motor Carrier Safety Grants" and to remain avail- able until expended. v..w^v2 .-
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 433 HIGHWAY SAFETY IMPROVEMENT DEMONSTRATION PROJECT (HIGHWAY TRUST FUND) • (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) For an additional amount for "Highway Safety Improvement Demonstration Project", $2,000,000, to be derived by transfer from "Motor Carrier Safety Grants" and to remain available until ex- pended. HIGHWAY-RAILROAD GRADE CROSSING SAFETY DEMONSTRATION PROJECT (HIGHWAY TRUST FUND) (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) For an additional amount for "Highway-Railroad Grade Crossing Safety Demonstration Project", $2;000,000, to be derived by transfer from "Motor Carrier Safety Grants" and to remain available until expended. VEHICULAR AND PEDESTRIAN SAFETY DEMONSTRATION PROJECT (HIGHWAY TRUST FUND) (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) For the purpose of carrying out a demonstration of methods of Massachusetts. improving vehicular and pedestrian safety on roads on the Federal- aid urban and Federal-aid secondary systems, involving Route 66 in Northampton and Huntington, Massachusetts, there is hereby authorized to be appropriated $12,000,000, to be derived from the Highway Trust Fund and to remain available until expended, of which $5,000,000 is hereby appropriated to be derived by transfer from "Motor Carrier Safety Grants" and to remain available until expended: Provided, That all funds appropriated under this head . i- shall be exempt from any limitation on obligations for Federal-aid highways and highway safety construction programs. NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION OPERATIONS AND RESEARCH (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) For an additional amount for "Operations and Research", $1,000,000, to be derived from unobligated balances of funds made available by section 311 of Public Law 96-131 for replacement of 93 Stat. 1038. facilities associated with Interstate Route 170 and to be merged with this account, notwithstanding any limitation on obligations on Fed- eral-aid highways, and to remain available until expended.
101 STAT. 434 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 , " FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION RAIL SERVICE ASSISTANCE (DISAPPROVAL OF DEFERRAL) The Congress disapproves deferral D87-42 relating to the Federal Railroad Administration, "Rail Service Assistance", as set forth in the message of January 28, 1987, which was transmitted to the Congress by the President. The disapproval shall be effective upon enactment into law of this Act and the amount of the proposed deferral disapproved herein shall be made available for obligation. NORTHEAST CORRIDOR IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (DISAPPROVAL OF DEFERRAL) The Congress disapproves deferral D87-45 relating to the Federal Railroad Administration, "Northeast Corridor Improvement Pro- gram", as set forth in the message of January 28, 1987, which was transmitted to the Congress by the President. The disapproval shall be effective upon enactment into law of this Act and the amount of the proposed deferral disapproved herein shall be made available for obligation. RAILROAD REHABIUTATION AND IMPROVEMENT FINANCING FUNDS For payment to the Secretary of the Treasury for debt reduction, ' $12,500,000, to remain available until expended, together with such sums as may be necessary for the payment of interest due to the Secretary of the Treasury under the terms and conditions of such debt. SETTLEMENTS OF RAILROAD LITIGATION For the settlement of promissory notes pursuant to section 210(f) of the Regional Rail Reorganization Act of 1973 (Public Law 98-236), 45 use 720. as amended, $56,928,495, to remain available until expended, together with such sums as may be necessary for the payment of interest due to the Secretary of the Treasury under the terms and conditions of such notes. CONRAIL COMMUTER TRANSITION ASSISTANCE (DISAPPROVAL OF DEFERRAL) The Congress disapproves deferral D87-46 relating to the Federal Railroad Administration, "Conrail Commuter Transition Assist- ance", as set forth in the message of January 28, 1987, which was Kv -^..'S-'tv transmitted to the Congress by the President. The disapproval shall be effective upon enactment into law of this Act and the amount of the proposed deferral disapproved herein shall be made available for obligation.
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 435 URBAN MASS TRANSPORTATION ADMINISTRATION • RESEARCH, TRAINING, AND HUMAN RESOURCES (DISAPPROVAL OF DEFERRAL) The Congress disapproves $4,336,000 of the proposed deferral D87-47 relating to the Urban Mass Transportation Administration, "Research, Training, and Human Resources", as set forth in the message of January 28,1987, which was transmitted to the Congress by the President. The disapproval shall be effective upon enactment into law of this Act and the amount of the deferral disapproved herein shall be made available for obligation. INTERSTATE TRANSFER GRANTS—TRANSIT (DISAPPROVAL OF DEFERRAL) The Congress disapproves deferral D87-48 relating to the Urban Mass Transportation Administration, "Interstate Transfer Grants— Transit", as set forth in the message of January 28, 1987, which was transmitted to the Congress by the President. The disapproval shall be effective upon enactment into law of this Act and the amount of the proposed deferral disapproved herein shall be made available for obligation. SAINT LAWRENCE SEAWAY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION .• OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE (HARBOR MAINTENANCE TRUST FUND) For necessary expenses for operation and maintenance of those portions of the Saint Lawrence Seaway operated and maintained by the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation, $4,000,000, or so much thereof as may be available in and derived from the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund, pursuant to Public Law 99-662. 33 USC 2201 note. RELATED AGENCIES , D E P A R T M E N T OF THE TREASURY REBATE OF SAINT LAWRENCE SEAWAY TOLLS (HARBOR MAINTENANCE TRUST FUND) For rebate of the United States portion of tolls paid for use of the Saint Lawrence Seaway, pursuant to Public Law 99-662, $6,250,000, or so much thereof as may be available in and derived from the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund, to remain available until expended, of which not to exceed $250,000 shall be available for expenses of administering the rebates. PANAMA CANAL COMMISSION OPERATING EXPENSES For an additional amount for "Operating Expenses", $5,013,000, to be derived from the Panama Canal Commission Fund, of which
101 STAT. 436 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 $3,000,000 shall be available to cover the cost of removing a land- slide at the Panama Canal, and $2,013,000 shall be available for payment to the Republic of Panama, pursuant to article XIII, T I A S 10029. paragraph 4(c) of the Panama Canal Treaty of 1977. GENERAL PROVISIONS AMTRAK ADVISORY COMMISSION None of the funds provided for the Department of Transportation in this or any other Act shall be used to implement any charter establishing an advisory commission on the privatization of Amtrak. DISCRETIONARY BRIDGE PROGRAM Iowa. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary of Transportation is directed to consider phase 1 and phase 2 of the construction of a bridge across the Mississippi River at Dubuque, Iowa, known as the Dubuque City Island Bridge, as one project, and for the purpose of determining which projects to fund under the discretionary bridge program, assign to phase 2 of such construction the same priority that was given to phase 1 of such construction. P O M P A N O BEACH AIR PARK Florida. None of the funds appropriated for the Federal Aviation Adminis- tration under this or any prior Act shall be used (1) to compel the city of Pompano Beach, Florida, to redesignate any land designated as nonaviation use land at the Pompano Beach Air Park as of November 1, 1966, or (2) to take any action to revert the Pompano Beach Air Park. CHAPTER XII DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY • 1 '.:< OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY SALARIES A N D EXPENSES For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses", $5,000,000, to remain available until expended for repairs and improvements to the Treasury Annex. FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING CENTER ' ' * - f' •, •- ' i " SALARIES A N D EXPENSES i V* > 1 Of the funds appropriated under this heading by the Treasury, Postal Service, and General Government Appropriations Act, fiscal 100 Stat. year 1987, Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591, $2,500,000 1783-309, shall remain available until September 30, 1988: Provided, That 3341-309. funds made available under this heading by the Treasury, Postal Service, and General Government Appropriations Act, fiscal year 1987, Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591 shall be used in part to raise the base level of employment at the Federal Law Enforce- ment Training Center to 325 full-time equivalent positions in the fiscal year ending September 30, 1987.
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 437 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SERVICE SALARIES AND EXPENSES For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses", $1,900,000, which shall remain available through September 30, 1988, for head- quarters relocation. BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, AND FIREARMS ^ SALARIES AND EXPENSES For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses", $5,000,000: Provided, That the additional funds made available by this Act shall be used in part to raise the base level of employment for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms to 3,251 full-time equivalent positions for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1987: Provided further, That funds made available by this Act may be used to purchase two additional special explosives investigative vehicles and associated investigative equipment. UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, AIR INTERDICTION PROGRAM Of the funds appropriated under this heading in Public Law 99- 500 and Public Law 99-591, $2,500,000 shall remain available until 100 Stat. 1783, September 30, 1988, for the purpose stated in the conference report ^^"^^ to accompany H.J. Res. 738 (House Report 99-1005). (DISAPPROVAL OF DELAY IN AVAILABIUTY) The Congress disapproves the proposal to delay availability of obligation of $32,099,000 for Operation and Maintenance, Air Inter- diction Program, until after October 1, 1987, contained in House Document 100-31, of February 9, 1987. This disapproval shall be effective upon enactment into law of this Act and the funds shall be made available for obligation. f j 4 ,^ INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE r PROCESSING TAX RETURNS For an additional amount for "Processing tax returns", $55,200,000. EXAMINATION AND APPEALS For an additional amount for "Examination and appeals", $8,110,000. INVESTIGATION, COLLECTION AND TAXPAYER SERVICE For an additional amount for "Investigation, collection, and tax- payer service", $16,690,000.
101 STAT. 438 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 UNITED STATES SECRET SERVICE SALARIES AND EXPENSES For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses", $5,722,000: Provided, That of the funds appropriated under this heading in the Treasury, Postal Service, and General Government Appropriations 100 Stat. Act, fiscal year 1987, Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591, 3341-soq' $6,000,000 appropriated for continued construction at the James J. Rowley Secret Service Training Center shall remain available until expended. INDEPENDENT AGENCIES GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION ' -^ ' FEDERAL BUILDINGS FUND LIMITATIONS ON AVAILABILITY OF REVENUE In addition to the aggregate amount heretofore made available for real property management and related activities in fiscal year 1987, $61,900,000 shall be made available for rental of space: Provided, That any revenues, collections and any other sums accruing to this fund during fiscal year 1987 in excess of $2,447,756,000, excluding reimbursements under section 210(f)(6) of the Federal Property and . . . Administrative Services Act of 1949 (40 U.S.C. 490(f)(6)), shall remain in the fund and shall not be available for expenditure except as authorized in appropriations Acts. NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION " Jj* . , ' .^. OPERATING EXPENSES M; r v' For an additional amount for "Operating expenses", $475,000. CUSTOMS FORFEITURE FUND TECHNICAL CORRECTION TO PUBLIC LAW 9 9 - 5 7 0 100 Stat. Section 1152(b) of Public Law 99-570 is repealed, and shall be 3207-12. treated as though it had never been enacted. ALLOWANCES FOR CERTAIN GSA PERSONNEL Notwithstanding sections 5923 and 5924, title 5, United States Code, and any applicable regulations, the General Services Adminis- tration shall honor allowances initially authorized, resulting in an aggregate amount of $27,000 payable to twenty-one General Services Administration employees for certain cost of living and related expenses during official foreign duty from November 1984 through September 1985. ' TITLE II—INCREASED PAY COSTS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1987 For additional amounts for appropriations for the fiscal year 1987, for increased pay costs authorized by or pursuant to law as follows:
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 439 LEGISLATIVE BRANCH •'"•" '^'^--'^ - S E N A T E , --^ •' --^^''^'^ "Salaries, officers and employees", $5,715,000; "Office ofthe Legislative Counsel ofthe Senate", $47,000; .. "Inquiries and investigations", $1,116,000; "^ HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES "House leadership offices", $39,000; ;i "Members' clerk hire", $2,584,000; "Committee employees", $720,000; "Special and select committees", $446,000; "Allowances and expenses", $408,000; "Salaries, officers and employees", $618,000; - >• j JOINT ITEMS • .- ' "Joint Economic Committee", $75,000; "Joint Committee on Printing", $10,000; OFFICE OF TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT "Salaries and expenses", $209,000; CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE "Salaries and expenses", $80,000; ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL Office of the Architect of the Capitol: "Salaries", $50,000; "Capitol buildings", $70,000; "Capitol grounds", $40,000; "Senate office buildings", $250,000; v ^ < JB!S8 "House office buildings", $300,000; "Capitol power plant", $40,000; Library buildings and grounds: "Structural and mechanical care", $50,000; BOTANIC GARDEN "Salaries and expenses", $25,000; LIBRARY OF CONGRESS "Salaries and expenses", $605,000; Copyright Office: "Salaries and expenses", $173,000, of which not more than $17,000 shall be derived from collections during fiscal year 1987 under 17 U.S.C. 111(d)(3) and 116(c)(1); Congressional Research Service: "Salaries and expenses", $215,000; COPYRIGHT ROYALTY TRIBUNAL "Salaries and expenses", $5,000, of which $4,000 shall be tierived by collections from the appropriation "Payments to Copyright Owners" for the reasonable costs incurred in proceedings involving distribution of royalty fees as provided by 17 U.S.C. 807;
101 STAT. 440 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE Office of Superintendent of Documents: "Salaries and expenses", $46,000; GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE "Salaries and expenses", $2,500,000; ,; : THE JUDICIARY SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES "Salaries and expenses", $504,000; "Care of the building and grounds", $24,000; ., .! • UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT "Salaries and expenses", $97,000; ^,? UNITED STATES COURT OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE J" "Salaries and expenses", $69,000; COURTS OF APPEALS, DISTRICT COURTS, AND OTHER JUDICIAL SERVICES .- ...... ,,.,,- ,.,..i .,.-.„, "Salaries and expenses", $15,032,000; . j; ,,• "Defender services", $593,000; ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES COURTS "Salaries and expenses", $504,000; FEDERAL JUDICIAL CENTER "Salaries and expenses", $116,000; EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY "Council on Environmental Quality and Office of Environmental Quality", $3,000; ,.;-, . . . . . . . t.,.: - -, OFFICE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY "Office of Science and Technology Policy", $3,000; ~' OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES TRADE REPRESENTATIVE "Salaries and expenses", $77,000; ^r • ; - vt'i *:, FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE PRESIDENT ™ t AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT . "Operating expenses, Agency for International Development", $2,175,000;
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 441 "Operating expenses of the Agency for International Develop- ment, Office of the Inspector General", $103,000; PEACE CORPS "Peace Corps, operating expenses", $324,000; , \> AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION "African Development Foundation", $15,000; DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE " (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) "Office of the Secretary", $31,000; "Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration", $7,000; "Office of the Assistant Secretary for Governmental and Public Affairs", $7,000; "Office of the Assistant Secretary for Economics", $7,000; "Office of the Assistant Secretary for Science and Education", $7,000; "Office of the Assistant Secretary for Marketing and Inspection Service", $7,000; "Office of the Under Secretary for International Affairs and Commodity Programs", $8,000; "Office of the Under Secretary for Small Community and Rural Development", $8,000; "Office of the Assistant Secretary for Natural Resources and Environment", $7,000; "Office of the Assistant Secretary for Food and Consumer Serv- ices", $7,000; "Departmental Administration", for budget and program analy- sis, $79,000; for personnel, finance and management, operations, information resources management, equal opportunity, small and disadvantaged business utilization, and administrative law judges and judicial officers, $232,000; making a total of $311,000; "Building operations and maintenance", $35,000; "Office of Governmental and Public Affairs", for public affairs, $53,000; for congressional relations, $5,000; and for intergovern- mental affairs, $4,000; "Office of the Inspector General", $400,000; "Office of the General Counsel", $300,000; "Agricultural Research Service", $3,935,000; "National Agricultural Library", $65,000; "Economic Research Service", $415,000; "National Agricultural Statistics Service", $490,000; "World Agricultural Outlook Board", $15,000; "Foreign Agricultural Service", $567,000; "General Sales Manager", an additional $114,000, to be derived by transfer from the Commodity Credit Corporation fund; AGRICULTURAL STABILIZATION AND CONSERVATION SERVICE "Salaries and expenses", an additional $8,967,000, to be derived by transfer from the Commodity Credit Corporation funds;
101 S T A T . 4 4 2 P U B L I C L A W 1 0 0 - 7 1 — J U L Y 1 1 , 1987 -' ' F A R M E R S H O M E ADMINISTRATION , >,"^' ' "Salaries a n d expenses", $3,000,000; S O I L CONSERVATION SERVICE "Conservation operations", $7,297,000; "River basin surveys and investigations", $102,000; "Watershed p l a n n i n g " , $74,000; "Watershed a n d flood prevention operations", $943,000; A N I M A L AND P L A N T H E A L T H INSPECTION SERVICE "Salaries and expenses", $2,000,000; FEDERAL G R A I N INSPECTION SERVICE "Salaries a n d expenses", $53,000; AGRICULTURAL M A R K E T I N G SERVICE "Limitation on a d m i n i s t r a t i v e expenses", (increase of $501,000 in limitation); " F u n d s for s t r e n g t h e n i n g m a r k e t s , income a n d supply (section 32)", (increase of $112,000 in t h e limitation, " m a r k e t i n g a g r e e m e n t s a n d orders"); "Packers a n d Stockyards A d m i n i s t r a t i o n " , $78,000; "Agricultural Cooperative Service", $32,000; "Office of T r a n s p o r t a t i o n " , $23,000; j f "Food Safety Inspection Service", $7,000,000; ^^2. . , , F O O D AND N U T R I T I O N SERVICE "Food p r o g r a m a d m i n i s t r a t i o n " , $713,000; ,^ ' H U M A N N U T R I T I O N INFORMATION SERVICE "Salaries and expenses", $34,000; .* F O R E S T SERVICE "Forest research", $1,844,000; "State and private forestry", $413,000; "National forest system", $17,574,000; "Construction", $2,859,000; D E P A R T M E N T O F COMMERCE (TRANSFERS O F FUNDS) G E N E R A L ADMINISTRATION "Salaries and expenses", $450,000, to be derived by t r a n s f e r of unobligated balances from "Regional development p r o g r a m s " ; •. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION • "Salaries a n d expenses", $397,000, to be derived by transfer from "Economic Development Revolving F u n d " ;
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 443 ECONOMIC AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS "Salaries and expenses", $332,000, to be derived by transfer of unobligated balances from "Regional development programs"; NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION "Operations, Research, and Facilities", $7,505,000, to be derived by transfer from "Coastal Energy Impact Fund"; NATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION ' ADMINISTRATION "Salaries and expenses", $243,000, to be derived by transfer from National Telecommunications and Information Administration, "Public telecommunications facilities, planning and construction"; DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE—MILITARY , OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE "Operation and Maintenance, Army", $2,679,000; ,.._;-; "Operation and Maintenance, Navy", $3,350,000; "Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps", $183,000; "Operation and Maintenance, Air Force", $1,925,000; "Operation and Maintenance, Defense Agencies", $2,307,000; ;V "Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve", $109,000; "Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve", $29,000; "Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve", $3,000; "Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve", $281,000; "Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard", $285,000; "Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard", $618,000; "Court of Military Appeals, Defense", $1,000; RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION "Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Army", $336,000; "Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Navy", $33,000; "Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Air Force", $306,000; "Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Defense Agen- cies", $115,000; DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE—CIVIL (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) CORPS OF ENGINEERS—CIVIL "General expenses", $1,832,000, to be derived by transfer from "Construction, General"; SOLDIERS' AND AIRMEN'S HOME "Operation and maintenance", $554,000, to be derived by transfer from "Capital outlay";
101 STAT. 444 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ' ' (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) "Energy Information Administration", $469,000, to be derived by transfer of unobligated balances in "Energy Information Administration"; "Emergency preparedness", $89,000, to be derived by transfer of unobligated balances in "Emergency preparedness"; DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION "Salaries and expenses", $5,892,000; HEALTH RESOURCES AND SERVICES ADMINISTRATION "Indian health services", $7,686,000; NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH "Office ofthe Director", $150,000; '" ^ ^ SAINT ELIZABETHS HOSPITAL ^. "Federal Subsidy for Saint Elizabeths Hospital", $2,487,000; SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION "Limitation on administrative expenses", $18,000,000, to be derived from amounts available in this account for automatic data processing and telecommunications activities; ASSISTANT SECRETARY FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT "Human Development Services", $1,300,000; ^^^ - • DEPARTMENTAL MANAGEMENT "General departmental management", $2,200,000; "Office of Consumer Affairs", $10,000; DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR '' BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT "Management of lands and resources", $5,622,000; "Oregon and California grant lands", $815,000; U N I T E D STATES F I S H AND WiLDUFE SERVICE "Resource management", $3,046,000; • - -' *' NATIONAL PARK SERVICE "^• "Operation of the national park system", $9,960,000; ^ "National recreation and preservation", $200,000;
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 445 :. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY "Surveys, investigations, and research", $6,072,000; -' BUREAU OF MINES "Mines and minerals", $900,000; BUREAU OF RECLAMATION "Construction Program", $3,034,000; "Operation and Maintenance", $1,808,000; BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS "Operation of Indian programs", $9,765,000; DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES "Office of the Secretary", $175,000: Provided, That the limitation on expenses for the immediate Office of the Secretary in fiscal year 1987 under this head in the Department of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 1987, as included in Public Law 99- 500 and Public Law 99-591, shall be increased only to the extent lOO Stat. necessary for pay adjustments pursuant to Executive Order 12578 of 3341II43' December 31,1986; 3 ^pR iggg "Office of the Solicitor", $200,000; Comp.! p. 244. "Office of the Inspector General", $245,000; DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE ' GENERAL ADMINISTRATION : "Salaries and expenses", $575,000; UNITED STATES PAROLE COMMISSION "Salaries and expenses", $84,000; LEGAL ACTIVITIES "Salaries and expenses, general legal activities", $1,646,000; "Salaries and expenses, Antitrust Division", $315,000, to remain available until September 30,1988; "Salaries and expenses. United States Attorneys", $2,818,000; "Salaries and expenses. Oversight of Bankruptcy Cases", $93,000; "Salaries and expenses, United States Marshals Service", $2,234,000; "Salaries and expenses. Community Relations Service", $64,000 of which $16,000 shall remain available until expended; FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION "Salaries and expenses", $9,309,000 of which $5,686,000 shall remain available until September 30,1988; DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION "Salaries and expenses", $2,593,000;
101 STAT. 446 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE "Salaries and expenses", $5,588,000; r FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM "Salaries and expenses", $3,932,000; ,> ... . . . 1 1 ' ^ "National Institute of Corrections", $20,000; "Buildings and facilities", $30,000; "Limitation on administrative and vocational training expenses. Federal Prison Industries, Incorporated" (increase of $27,000 in the limitation on Administrative expenses, and $106,000 on Vocational Training expenses); OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS J "Salaries and expenses", $172,000; .. ,.....j^. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) > v- OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION "Salaries and expenses", $1,583,000, to be derived from the unobli- . gated balances of Employment Standards Administration, "Salaries "'» and expenses"; EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ADMINISTRATION "Black Lung Disability Trust Fund", $708,000, of which $296,000 shall be available for transfer to Employment Standards Adminis- tration, "Salaries and expenses" and of which $412,000 shall be available for transfer to Departmental Management, "Salaries and expenses"; DEPARTMENTAL MANAGEMENT "Salaries and expenses", $1,476,000, to be derived from the unobli- gated balances of Employment Standards Administration, "Salaries and expenses"; "Office of the Inspector General", $460,000, to be derived from the unobligated balances of Employment Standards Administration, "Salaries and expenses"; fR DEPARTMENT OF STATE ADMINISTRATION OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS "Salaries and expenses", $6,900,000; | . ,,, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION ,. ;^; . i» . (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS) OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY "Salaries and expenses", $563,000, to be derived by transfer from the unobligated balances of "Payments to air carriers"; .,«. -3.
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 447 •'' • COASTGUARD f "Operating expenses", $16,100,000, of which $3,000,000 shall be expended from the Boat Safety Account, $3,000,000 shall be derived from "Retired pay", $3,945,000 shall be derived from the unobligated balances of "Deepwater Port Liability Fund", $5,000,000 from the unobligated balances of "Research, development, test, and evalua- tion", and $1,155,000, to be derived by transfer from "United States Railway Association, Administrative expenses"; "Reserve training", $1,200,000 to be derived by transfer from the unobligated balances of the "Deepwater Port Liability Fund"; FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION "Headquarters administration", $271,000, to be derived by trans- fer from "Operation and maintenance. Metropolitan Washington airports"; "Operations", $33,000,000; FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION "Limitation on general operating expenses" (increase of $1,200,000 in the limitation on general operating expenses); "Motor carrier safety", $140,000, to be derived from unobligated balances of funds made available by section 311 of Public Law 96- 131 for replacement of facilities associated with Interstate Route 170 93 Stat. 1038. and to be merged with this account, notwithstanding any limitation on obligations on Federal-aid highways; NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION "Operations and research", $317,000; GRANTS TO THE NATIONAL RAILROAD PASSENGER CORPORATION For an additional amount for "Grants to the National Railroad , Passenger Corporation", $5,000,000, to be derived from unobligated balances of "Redeemable preference shares" acquired by the Sec- retary of Transportation under the Railroad Revitalization and Regulatory Reform Act of 1976, to be available only for construction, 45 USC 801 note, rehabilitation, renewal, replacement, or other improvements deemed by the National Railroad Passenger Corporation to be needed to enable it to restore railroad passenger service between Springfield, Massachusetts and Montreal, Canada through Ver- mont: Provided, That any agreements entered into by the National Railroad Passenger Corporation for the performance of such improvements shall provide that the owners of any railroad lines so improved not construe the terms of any existing trackage rights agreement or any existing or future operating agreement between the National Railroad Passenger Corporation and the owners of any such railroad lines in a manner that would result in an increase in the rental or other payments made thereunder because of the expenditures made under this appropriation: Provided further, That any agreements entered into by the National Railroad Passenger Corporation for the performance of such improvements shall pro- vide that the owners of any railroad lines so improved not seek to include the value of any expenditures made under this appropria- tion in the transfer price of any of the lines so improved: Provided
101 STAT. 448 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 45 use 562 note, further. That, notwithstanding any other provision of law, the National Railroad Passenger Corporation shall hereafter seek immediate and appropriate legal remedies to enforce its contractual rights whenever track maintenance on any route over which the National Railroad Passenger Corporation operates becomes inad- equate or otherwise falls below the contractual standard; FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION "Office of the administrator", $100,000, to be derived from the unobligated balances of "Conrail labor protection"; "Railroad safety", $400,000, to be derived from the unobligated balances of "Conrail labor protection"; SAINT LAWRENCE SEAWAY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION "Limitation on administrative expenses. Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation" (increase of $30,000 in the limitation on administrative expenses); RESEARCH AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS ADMINISTRATION "Research and special programs", $150,000, to be derived from the unobligated balances of "Payments to air carriers"; '^^^ O F F I C E OF THE INSPECTOR G E N E R A L • "Salaries and expenses", $400,000, to be derived from the unobli- gated balances of "Payments to air carriers"; RELATED AGENCIES v i > NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD V (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) "Salaries and expenses", $165,000, to be derived by transfer from IP . the unobligated balances of "Payments to air carriers"; ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY SALARIES AND EXPENSES ^ ,- (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) "Salaries and expenses", $9,000,000, of which $5,000,000 shall be derived by transfer from "Research and development"; CONSUMER INFORMATION CENTER ' , "Consumer Information Center", $8,000 (and an increase of $8,000 in the limitation on administrative expenses); r
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 449 NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) "Research and program management", $25,000,000, to be derived by transfer from "Research and development", and "Space flight, control and data communications"; , SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ^ , SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) "Salaries and expenses", $2,400,000, to be derived by transfer from the "Business Loan and Investment Fund", to remain available until September 30,1988; VETERANS ADMINISTRATION "Medical care", $149,391,000; "Medical and prosthetic research", $1,859,000; "Medical administration and miscellaneous operating expenses", $400,000; "General operating expenses", $5,500,000; "Construction, minor projects" (increase of $350,000 in the limita- tion on the expenses of the Office of Facilities); OTHER INDEPENDENT AGENCIES AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION "Salaries and expenses", $140,000; . .hi't^rm^' ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT AGENCY "Arms control and disarmament activities", $124,000; ..;/ , CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION "Salaries and expenses", $250,000; - f. " EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION "Salaries and expenses", $2,640,000; , . . ^ .^. EXPORT-IMPORT BANK "Limitation on administrative expenses" (increase of $157,000 in the limitation on administrative expenses); FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION "Salaries and expenses", $755,000; ^ - FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD "Limitation on administrative expenses, Federal Home Loan Bank Board" (increase of $200,000);
101 STAT. 450 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 -'"' ' FEDERAL MARITIME COMMISSION - "Salaries and expenses", $200,000; iiv • FEDERAL MEDIATION AND CONCIUATION SERVICE "Salaries and expenses", $181,000; ^«^>^ ^ : ' ' - •- ^ NATIONAL COMMISSION ON LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION SCIENCE "Salaries and expenses", $6,000; ' ^' c NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS "Grants and administration", $200,000; NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES "Grants and administration", $200,000; NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD "Salaries and expenses", $628,000; ; uii. NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD "Salaries and expenses", $60,000; NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION "Research and related activities" (increase of $1,300,000 in the limitation on program development and management); SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION "Salaries and expenses", $1,837,000; * «c SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION "Salaries and expenses", $2,654,000; " ' - NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART * "Salaries and expenses", $490,000; WooDROW WILSON INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR SCHOLARS "Salaries and expenses", $21,000; UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL COUNCIL "Holocaust memorial council", $19,000; .,.. . .v UNITED STATES INFORMATION AGENCY "Salaries and expenses", $2,691,000. , „ -
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 451 tM- TITLE III—INCREASED COSTS FOR RETIREMENT CONTRIBUTIONS (PUBLIC LAW 99-335) For additional amounts for appropriations for the fiscal year 1987, for Federal Employees Retirement System costs authorized by or pursuant to law as follows: LEGISLATIVE BRANCH SENATE "Salaries, officers and employees", $6,986,000; ' "Office of the Legislative Counsel of the Senate", $53,000; "Office of the Senate Legal Counsel", $18,000; "Senate policy committees", $133,000; "Inquiries and investigations", $1,848,000; HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES : ;' "Allowances and expenses", $35,880,000; JOINT ITEMS R "Joint Economic Committee", $155,000; , *;' "Joint Committee on Printing", $34,000; Capitol Guide Service: "Salaries and expenses", $32,000; OFFICE OF TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT "Salaries and expenses", $545,000; CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE "Salaries and expenses", $452,000; ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL Office of the Architect of the Capitol: "Salaries", $166,000; "Capitol buildings", $187,000; "Capitol grounds", $68,000; "Senate office buildings", $456,000; "House office buildings", $611,000; "Capitol power plant", $109,000; Library buildings and grounds: "Structural and mechanical care", $130,000; BOTANIC GARDEN "Salaries and expenses", $48,000; LIBRARY OF CONGRESS "Salaries and expenses", $1,906,000; Copyright Office: "Salaries and expenses", $287,000, of which not more than $12,000 shall be derived from collections during fiscal year 1987 under 17 U.S.C. 111(d)(3) and 116(cXl); Congressional Research Service: "Salaries and expenses", $617,000; 91-194 O - 90 -16 : QL.3 Part 1
101 STAT. 452 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 Books for the blind and physically handicapped: "Salaries and expenses", $103,000; COPYRIGHT ROYALTY TRIBUNAL "Salaries and expenses", $7,000, of which $6,000 shall be derived by collections from the appropriation "Payments to Copyright Owners" for the reasonable costs incurred in proceedings involving distribution of royalty fees as provided by 17 U.S.C. 807; GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE Office of the Superintendent of Documents: "Salaries and expenses", $83,000; ,- .. GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE -"^ -\ . "Salaries and expenses", $3,563,000; :• ?' THE JUDICIARY ' ' ' ^ SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES "Salaries and expenses", $409,000; ' *• • v' "Care of the building and grounds", $33,000; UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FEDERAL CIRCUIT "Salaries and expenses", $23,000; UNITED STATES COURT OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE "Salaries and expenses", $49,000; COURTS OF APPEALS, DISTRICT COURTS, AND OTHER JUDICIAL SERVICES "Salaries and expenses", $9,688,000; • .-».•';;,... "Defender services", $887,000; ' ' ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES COURTS "Salaries and expenses", $80,000; FEDERAL JUDICIAL CENTER - t- ^ "Salaries and expenses", $108,000; EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT WHITE HOUSE OFFICE "Salaries and expenses", $374,000; EXECUTIVE RESIDENCE AT THE WHITE HOUSE "Operating expenses", $53,000;
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 453 SPECIAL ASSISTANCE TO THE PRESIDENT "Salaries and expenses", $107,000; COUNCIL OF ECONOMIC ADVISERS "Salaries and expenses", $95,000; OFFICE OF POLICY DEVELOPMENT "Salaries and expenses", $89,000; * ' NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL "Salaries and expenses", $62,000; OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATION "Salaries and expenses", $214,000; OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET "Salaries and expenses", $413,000; OFFICE OF FEDERAL PROCUREMENT POUCY "Salaries and expenses", $20,000; OFFICE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POUCY "Office of Science and Technology Policy", $20,000; OFFICE OF THE UNITED STATES TRADE REPRESENTATIVE "Salaries and expenses", $168,000; FUNDS APPROPRIATED TO THE PRESIDENT AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT "Operating expenses of the Agency for International Develop- ment", $5,488,000; "Operating expenses of the Agency for International Develop- ment, Office of the Inspector General", $218,000; PEACE CORPS "Peace Corps, operating expenses", $436,000; AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION "African Development Foundation", $99,000; DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE (INCLUDING T R A N S F E R OF FUNDS) "Office of the Secretary", $29,000; "Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration", $8,000;
101 STAT. 454 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 "Office of the Assistant Secretary for Governmental and Public Affairs", $6,000; "Office of the Assistant Secretary for Economics", $6,000; "Office of the Assistant Secretary for Science and Education", $6,000; "Office of the Assistant Secretary for Marketing and Inspection Service", $6,000; "Office of the Under Secretary for International Affairs and Commodity Programs", $8,000; "Office of the Under Secretary for Small Community and Rural Development", $8,000; "Office of the Assistant Secretary for Natural Resources and Environment", $6,000; "Office of the Assistant Secretary for Food and Consumer Serv- ices", $6,000; "Departmental Administration", for budget and program analy- sis, $73,000; for personnel, finance and management, operations, information resources management, equal opportunity, small and disadvantaged business utilization, and administrative law judges and judicial officer, $385,000; making a total of $458,000; "Building operations and maintenance", $165,000; "Office of Governmental and Public Affairs", for public affairs, $111,000; for congressional relations, $6,000; and for intergovern- mental affairs, $9,000; "Office of the Inspector General", $622,000; "Office of the General Counsel", $239,000; •' •• • " "Agricultural Research Service", $4,747,000; "Extension Service", including extension agents, $6,500,000; "National Agricultural Library", $97,000; "Economic Research Service", $580,000; - '- "National Agricultural Statistics Service", $612,000; "World Agricultural Outlook Board", $21,000; "Foreign Agricultural Service", $607,000; "General Sales Manager", an additional $107,000 to be derived by transfer from the Commodity Credit Corporation fund; AGRICULTURAL STABILIZATION AND CONSERVATION SERVICE "Salaries and expenses", an additional $9,920,000 to be derived by transfer from the Commodity Credit Corporation fund; OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT • • ;T( "Salaries and expenses", $114,000; SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE . , "Conservation operations", $5,331,000; "River basin surveys and investigations", $130,000; "Watershed planning", $97,000; FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION "Salaries and expenses", $4,678,000; FEDERAL GRAIN INSPECTION SERVICE ,^„ , "Salaries and expenses", $76,000; ? > :-
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 455 V. A AGRICULTURAL MARKETING SERVICE "Marketing Services", $490,000; "Limitation on administrative expenses" (increase of $213,000 in limitation); "Funds for strengthening markets, income and supply" (section 32), (increase of $84,000 in the limitation "marketing agreements and orders"); "Packers and Stockyards Administration", $58,000; "Agricultural Cooperative Service", $46,000; "Office of Transportation", $34,000; "Food Safety Inspection Service", $4,573,000; FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICE "Food program administration", $1,503,000; "Human Nutrition Information Service", $75,000; 3' FOREST SERVICE "Forest research", $1,000,000; "State and private forestry", $190,000; "National forest system", $9,300,000; "Construction", $1,600,000; DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) GENERAL ADMINISTRATION "Salaries and expenses", $464,000; BUREAU OF THE CENSUS "Salaries and expenses", $1,433,000; "Periodic censuses and programs", $2,806,000, to remain available until expended; ECONOMIC AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS ' "Salaries and expenses", $408,000; ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION "Salaries and expenses", $400,000, to be derived by transfer from "Economic Development Revolving Fund"; INTERNATIONAL TRADE ADMINISTRATION "Operations and Administration", $2,237,000, to remain available until expended; MINORITY BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AGENCY "Minority business development", $180,000; . .
101 STAT. 456 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 UNITED STATES TRAVEL AND TOURISM ADMINISTRATION "Salaries and expenses", $49,000; NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION "Operations, research, and facilities", $5,972,000, to remain avail- able until expended; NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS "Scientific and technical research and services", $1,368,000, to remain available until expended; NATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION ADMINISTRATION "Salaries and expenses", $213,000; DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE—MILITARY OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE ^ "Operation and Maintenance, Army", $119,047,000; . < "Operation and Maintenance, Navy", $148,880,000; "Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps", $8,117,000; "Operation and Maintenance, Air Force", $85,564,000; "Operation and Maintenance, Defense Agencies", $102,453,000; "Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve", $4,858,000; "Operation and Maintenance, Navy Reserve", $1,306,000; "Operation and Maintenance, Marine Corps Reserve", $135,000; "Operation and Maintenance, Air Force Reserve", $12,471,000; "Operation and Maintenance, Army National Guard", $12,666,000; "Operation and Maintenance, Air National Guard", $27,479,000; "National Board for the Promotion of Rifle Practice, Army", $7,000; "Court of Military Appeals, Defense", $36,000; RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, TEST, AND EVALUATION "Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Army", $14,955,000; "Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Navy", $1,477,000; "Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Air Force", $13,609,000; "Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation, Defense Agen- cies", $5,165,000; MILITARY CONSTRUCTION q^^-.4 "Military Construction, Army", $4,136,000; . . - •• "Military Construction, Navy", $1,736,000; ' ''' \,. ' '. " . ^ "Military Construction, Army Reserve", $53,000; ,^,; • - FAMILY HOUSING '"'" "Family Housing, Army", $435,000; - "> ^-' '"'^"" '^"'
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 457 DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE-CIVIL (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) CEMETERIAL EXPENSES—ARMY "Salaries and expenses", $40,000; CORPS OF ENGINEERS—CIVIL "General expenses", $1,400,000, to be derived by transfer from "Construction, General"; SOLDIERS' AND AIRMEN'S HOME "Operation and maintenance", not to exceed $578,000, to be derived by transfer from "Capital outlay"; DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION "Salaries and expenses", $4,108,000; ' *'' ' HEALTH RESOURCES AND SERVICES ADMINISTRATION "Health resources and services", $1,400,000, which shall be derived by transfer from unobligated balances from the Health teaching facilities activity, "Health resources and services"; "Indian health services", $4,000,000; I'. CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL "Disease control, research, and training", $1,237,000; NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH "Office of the Director", $350,000; SAINT ELIZABETHS HOSPITAL "Federal Subsidy for Saint Elizabeths Hospital", $1,941,000; DEPARTMENTAL MANAGEMENT "Office of the Inspector General", $500,000, to be derived by transfer from "Grants to States for Medicaid" in the Health Care Financing Administration; "Office of Consumer Affairs", $8,000; DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT "Management of lands and resources", $3,780,000; "Oregon and California grant lands", $479,000;
101 STAT. 458 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 UNITED STATES FISH AND WILDUFE SERVICE "Resource management", $2,800,000; NATIONAL PARK SERVICE "Operationof the national park system", $4,000,000; . . . . :.'^ "National recreation and preservation", $100,000; GEOLOGICAL SURVEY "Surveys, investigations, and research", $4,206,000; BUREAU OF MINES "Mines and minerals", $1,350,000; BUREAU OF RECLAMATION "Construction Program", $2,350,000; "Operation and Maintenance", $1,567,000; BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS "Operation of Indian programs", $4,500,000; DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES "Office of the Secretary", $200,000: Provided, That the limitation on expenses for the immediate Office of the Secretaiy in fiscal year 1987 under this head in the Department of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 1987, as included in Public Law 99- 1783-2^3 ^^^ ^^^ Public Law 99-591, shall be increased only to the extent 3341-243' necessary for agency contributions for retirement costs prescribed 5 use 8301 et by the Civil Service Retirement System (5 U.S.C. ch. 83) and the seg. Federal Employees Retirement System Act of 1986 (Public Law 5 u s e 8401 note. 99-335); ........ "Office of the Solicitor", $200,000; "Office of Inspector General", $180,000; DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE GENERAL ADMINISTRATION "Salaries and expenses", $778,000; - ^ .- ..... UNITED STATES PAROLE COMMISSION "Salaries and expenses", $155,000; LEGAL ACTIVITIES "Salaries and expenses, general legal activities", $2,213,000; "Salaries and expenses, Antitrust Division", $430,000, to remain available until September 30,1988; "Salaries and expenses. United States Attorneys", $3,510,000; "Salaries and expenses, Oversight of Bankruptcy Cases", $150,000; "Salaries and expenses, United States Marshals Service", $3,211,000; V . •:., . . , • .
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 459 "Salaries and expenses, Community Relations Service", $85,000 of which $22,000 shall remain available until expended; FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION "Salaries and expenses", $23,005,000; DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION "Salaries and expenses", $7,324,000; IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE "Salaries and expenses", $10,186,000; FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM "Salaries and expenses", $17,053,000; "National Institute of Corrections", $129,000; "Buildings and Facilities", $208,000; "Limitation on administrative and vocational training expenses, Federal Prison Industries, Incorporated" (increase of $25,000 in the limitation on Administrative expenses, and of $30,000 in Vocational Training expenses); OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS "Salaries and expenses", $210,000; DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (INCLUDING TRANSFER OF FUNDS) ,. EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ADMINISTRATION "Program administration", $808,000 to be derived from the unobligated balances of Employment Standards Administration, "Salaries and expenses"; '^' EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS ADMINISTRATION "Black Lung Disability Trust Fund", $494,000, of which $224,000 shall be available for transfer to Employment Standards Adminis- tration, "Salaries and expenses" and of which $270,000 shall be available for transfer to Departmental Management, "Salaries and expenses"; ^ ,^ OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION "Salaries and expenses", $1,533,000 to be derived from the unobli- gated balances of Employment Standards Administration, "Salaries and expenses"; MINE SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION "Salaries and expenses", $1,941,000 to be derived from the unobli- gated balances of Employment Standards Administration, "Salaries and expenses";
101 STAT. 460 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 DEPARTMENTAL MANAGEMENT "Salaries and expenses", $1,302,000 of which $199,000 shall be derived from unobligated balances of the Employment Standards Administration, "Salaries and expenses", and $1,103,000 shall be derived by transfer from Employment Standards Administration, "Salaries and expenses"; "Office of the Inspector General", $556,000 to be derived by transfer from Employment Standards Administration, "Salaries and expenses"; DEPARTMENT OF STATE ADMINISTRATION OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS "Salaries and expenses", $16,734,000; DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (INCLUDING TRANSFERS OF FUNDS) OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY "Salaries and expenses", $450,000, to be derived from the unobli- gated balances of "Payments to air carriers"; COAST GUARD "Operating expenses", $1,723,200, to be derived from the unobli- gated balances of the "Offshore Oil Pollution Compensation Fund"; FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION "Headquarters administration", $350,000, to be derived by trans- fer from "Operation and maintenance. Metropolitan Washington airports"; "Operations", $46,000,000, of which $5,000,000 shall be derived by transfer from "Retired pay": Provided, That, notwithstanding sec- Post, p. 471. tion 511 of this Act or any other provision of law, such funds shall remain available until expended; FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION "Limitation on general operating expenses" (increase of $1,600,000 in the limitation on general operating expenses); "Motor carrier safety", $660,000, to be derived from unobligated balances of funds made available by section 311 of Public Law 96- 93 Stat. 1038. 131 for replacement of facilities associated with Interstate Route 170 and to be merged with this account notwithstanding any limitation on obligations for Federal-aid highways; NATIONAL HIGHWAY TRAFFIC SAFETY ADMINISTRATION "Operations and research", $400,000; FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION "Office of the Administrator", $100,000, to be derived from the unobligated balances of "Conrail labor protection"; ,.,, ,, ,,
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 461 "Railroad safety", $250,000, of which $135,000 shall be derived from the unobligated balances of "Conrail labor protection"; ,^,, URBAN MASS TRANSPORTATION ADMINISTRATION "Administrative expenses", $300,000, to be derived from the unobligated balances of "Research, training, and human resources"; SAINT LAWRENCE SEAWAY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION "Limitation on administrative expenses. Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation" (increase of $30,000 in the limitation on administrative expenses); RESEARCH AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS ADMINISTRATION "Research and special programs", $100,000, to be derived from the unobligated balances of "Payments to air carriers"; OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL "Salaries and expenses", $354,400, to be derived from the unobli- gated balances of "Payments to air carriers"; RELATED AGENCIES ; > NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD (TRANSFER O F FUNDS) "Salaries and expenses", $150,000, to be derived by transfer from the unobligated balances of "Payments to air carriers"; DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY O F F I C E OF THE SECRETARY ^,, r.fy' "Salaries and expenses", $863,000; FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING CENTER "Salaries and expenses", $167,000; FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SERVICE "Salaries and expenses", $1,164,000; . UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE "Salaries and expenses", $10,066,000; UNITED STATES MINT "Salaries and expenses", $422,000; BUREAU OF THE PUBLIC DEBT "Salaries and expenses", $1,058,000;
101 STAT. 462 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE "Processing Tax Returns", $81,854,000; "Examination and Appeals", $23,325,000; "Investigation, Collection, and Taxpayer Service", $11,711,000; UNITED STATES SECRET SERVICE .y; "Salaries and expenses", $5,387,000; ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY "Salaries and expenses", $5,000,000; GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION . ^, FEDERAL SUPPLY SERVICE "Operating expenses", $1,611,000: Provided, That in addition to this appropriation, the annual limitation for expenses of transpor- tation audit contracts and contract administration payable from overcharges collected is increased by $6,000 to $10,510,000; INFORMATION RESOURCES MANAGEMENT SERVICE ' "Operating expenses", $328,000; " : • : : ' FEDERAL PROPERTY RESOURCES SERVICE "Operating expenses", $290,000; •M -i ' GENERAL MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION '• "Salaries and expenses", $1,214,000; OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL "Office of Inspector General", $373,000; ALLOWANCES AND OFFICE STAFF FOR FORMER PRESIDENTS "Allowances and Office Staff for Former Presidents", $5,000; FEDERAL BUILDINGS FUND "Limitations on availability of revenue", in addition to the aggre- gate amount heretofore made available for real property manage- ment and related activities in fiscal year 1987, $5,762,000 shall be available for such purposes and the limitation on the amount avail- able for real property operations is increased to $758,284,000 and the limitation on the amount available for program direction and cen- tralized services is increased to $57,315,000 and the limitation on the amount available for design and construction services is increased to $63,807,000: Provided, That any revenues and collections and any other sums accruing to this fund during fiscal year 1987, excluding reimbursements under section 210(f)(6) of the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949 (40 U.S.C. 490(f)(6)), in excess of $2,453,518,700 shall remain in the fund and shall not be available for expenditure except as authorized in appropriations Acts;
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 463 "Consumer Information Center", $6,000 (and an increase of $6,000 in the limitation on administrative expenses); NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) "Research and program management", $10,500,000, of which $7,000,000 shall be derived by transfer from "Research and develop- ment" and $3,500,000 shall be derived by transfer from "Space flight, control and data communications"; SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (TRANSFER OF FUNDS) "Salaries and expenses", $2,400,000, to be derived by transfer from the "Business Loan and Investment Fund"; VETERANS ADMINISTRATION n ^ "Medical care", $131,600,000; "Medical and prosthetic research", $1,024,000; "Medical administration and miscellaneous operating expenses", $175,000; "General operating expenses", $5,000,000; "Construction, minor projects" (an increase of $275,000 in the limitation on the expenses of the Office of Facilities); OTHER INDEPENDENT AGENCIES ADMINISTRATIVE CONFERENCE OF THE UNITED STATES "Salaries and expenses", $14,000; ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON FEDERAL PAY "Salaries and expenses", $2,000; ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT AGENCY "Arms control and disarmament activities", $176,000; V COMMISSION ON C I V I L R I G H T S "Salaries and expenses", $19,000; xg,, if* CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION "Salaries and expenses", $250,000; : EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION "Salaries and expenses", $1,889,000; EXPORT-IMPORT BANK "Limitation on administrative expenses" (increase of $227,000 in the limitation on administrative expenses);
101 STAT. 464 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION "Salaries and expenses", $1,199,000; •' - h A' •'' FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION "Salaries and expenses", $83,000; FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD "Limitation on administrative expenses. Federal Home Loan Bank Board", (increase of $200,000); FEDERAL LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY "Salaries and expenses", $220,000; „ , FEDERAL MARITIME COMMISSION "Salaries and expenses", $147,000; FEDERAL MEDIATION AND CONCILIATION SERVICE "Salaries and expenses", $188,000; i,-: jj^ ; INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY STAFF "Intelligence Community Staff', $155,000; MARINE MAMMAL COMMISSION "Salaries and expenses", $10,000; MERIT SYSTEMS PROTECTION BOARD "Salaries and expenses", $272,000; "Office of Special Counsel", $79,000; / .> r-: ^ . - r NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS ADMINISTRATION "Operating expenses", $863,000; NATIONAL COMMISSION ON LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION SCIENCE "Salaries and expenses", $17,000; NATIONAL COUNCIL ON THE HANDICAPPED "Salaries and expenses", $10,000; NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES "Grants and administration", $200,000; NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD IT, "Salaries and expenses", $1,659,000; -^ ./
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 465 NATIONAL MEDIATION BOARD "Salaries and expenses", $44,000; OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT "Salaries and expenses", $1,129,000 together with an additional amount of $682,000 for current fiscal year administration expenses for the retirement and insurance program to be transferred from the appropriate trust funds of the Office of Personnel Management in amounts to be determined by the Office of Personnel Manage- ment without regard to other statutes; RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD "Limitation on administration" increase of $764,000 in the limita- tion on administration in fiscal year 1987, which shall be available only after maximum absorption within the existing limitation and only to the extent necessary for agency contributions prescribed by the Federal Employees Retirement System Act of 1986, to be derived 5 USC 8401 note, from the railroad retirement accounts; "Limitation on railroad unemployment insurance administration fund" increase of $214,000 in the limitation on railroad unemploy- ment insurance administration fund in fiscal year 1987, which shall be available only after maximum absorption within the existing limitation and only to the extent necessary for agency contributions prescribed by the Federal Employees Retirement System Act of 1986, to be derived as authorized by section ll(a)(iv) of the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act; 45 USC 351. "Limitation on review activity" increase of $22,000 in the limita- tion on review activity in fiscal year 1987, which shall be available only after maximum absorption within the existing limitation and only to the extent necessary for agency contributions prescribed by the Federal Employees Retirement System Act of 1986, to be derived from the railroad retirement accounts and the railroad unemploy- ment insurance account; SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION "Salaries and expenses", $2,163,000; SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION "Salaries and expenses", $1,700,000; NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART "Salaries and expenses", $330,000; WOODROW WILSON INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR SCHOLARS "Salaries and expenses", $19,000; UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL COUNCIL "Holocaust memorial council", $16,000;
101 STAT. 466 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 UNITED STATES INFORMATION AGENCY "Salaries and expenses", $5,443,000; "Radio Broadcasting to Cuba", $516,000; UNITED STATES TAX COURT "Salaries and expenses", $75,000. Urgent Relief for TITLE IV the Homeless Supplemental Appropriations URGENT RELIEF FOR THE HOMELESS Act of 1987. SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT OF 1987 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES HEALTH RESOURCES AND SERVICES ADMINISTRATION iKiVi J : c < HEALTH RESOURCES A N D SERVICES For an additional amount for "Health resources and services", for carrying out the activities authorized by H.R. 558, the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Act, as provided for in House Report 100-174, $46,000,000 to remain available through Septem- ber 30,1988. ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH ADMINISTRATION •" ' ALCOHOL, DRUG ABUSE AND MENTAL HEALTH For an additional amount for "Alcohol, drug abuse and mental health", for carrying out the activities authorized by H.R. 558, the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Act, as provided for in House Report 100-174, $50,700,000 to remain available through September 30,1988. FAMILY SUPPORT ADMINISTRATION OFFICE OF COMMUNITY SERVICES «; ;; COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT For an additional amount for "Community services block grant", for carrying out the activities authorized by H.R. 558, the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Act, as provided for in House Report 100-174, $36,800,000 to remain available through Sep- tember 30, 1988. Hj, ,. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SPECIAL PROGRAMS For an additional amount for "Special programs", for carrying out the activities authorized by H.R. 558, the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Act, as provided for in House Report 100-174, $4,600,000 to remain available through September 30,1988.
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 467 VOCATIONAL AND A D U L T EDUCATION For an additional amount for "Vocational and adult education", for carrying out the activities authorized by H.R. 558, the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Act, as provided for in House Report 100-174, $6,900,000 to remain available through September 30,1988. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT EMERGENCY SHELTER GRANTS PROGRAM For an additional amount for the emergency shelter grants pro- gram carried out by the Department of Housing and Urban Develop- ment as authorized in the Homeless Housing Act of 1986 under section 101(g) of Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591, subject 100 Stat. ' to the requirements for such program in the Stewart B. McKinney ^^ff'^lo' Homeless Assistance Act (H.R. 558), as provided for in House Report 3341-242. 100-174, $50,000,000, to remain available until expended. SUPPORTIVE HOUSING DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM For an additional amount for the transitional housing demonstra- tion program carried out by the Department of Housing and Urban Development as authorized in the Homeless Housing Act of 1986 under section 101(g) of Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591, subject to the requirements of the supportive housing demonstration program in the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Act (H.R. 558), as provided for in House Report 100-174, $80,000,000, to remain available until expended. SUPPLEMENTAL ASSISTANCE FOR FACILITIES TO ASSIST THE HOMELESS For grants for supplemental assistance for facilities to assist the homeless pursuant to the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assist- ance Act (H.R. 558), as provided for in House Report 100-174, $15,000,000, to remain available until expended. SECTION 8 ASSISTANCE FOR SINGLE ROOM OCCUPANCY DWELLINGS The budget authority available under section 5(c) of the United States Housing Act of 1937 for assistance under section 8(e)(2) of 42 USC 1437c. such Act is increased by $35,000,000, to remain available until 42USCl437f. expended: Provided, That such amount of budget authority is to be used only to assist homeless individuals pursuant to section 441 of the Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Act (H.R. 558), as provided for in House Report 100-174. FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY EMERGENCY FOOD AND SHELTER PROGRAM For an additional amount for the "Emergency food and shelter program", as authorized by section 101(g) of Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591, and H.R. 558, the Stewart B. McKinney Home- less Assistance Act, as provided for in House Report 100-174, $10,000,000.
101 STAT. 468 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 VETERANS ADMINISTRATION • MEDICAL CARE . _;'^ For an additional amount for "Medical care", $20,000,000, to remain available through September 30, 1988, of which $15,000,000 shall be available for converting to domiciliary-care beds underutilized space located in facilities (in urban areas in which there are significant numbers of homeless veterans) under the jurisdiction of the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs and for fur- nishing domiciliary care in such beds to eligible veterans, primarily homeless veterans, who are in need of such care, and of which $5,000,000 shall be available, notwithstanding section 2(c) of Public Law 100-6, for furnishing care under section 620C of title 38, United Ante, p. 92. States Code, to homeless veterans who have a chronic mental illness c disability: Provided, That not more than $500,000 of the amount available in connection with furnishing care under such section 620C shall be used for the purpose of monitoring the furnishing of such care and, in furtherance of such purpose, to maintain an additional 10 full-time-employee equivalents: Provided further, That nothing in this paragraph shall result in the diminution of the conversion of hospital-care beds to nursing-home-care beds by the Veterans Administration. SHORT TITLE This title may be cited as the "Urgent Relief for the Homeless Supplemental Appropriations Act of 1987". TITLE V ... , , . ,:^ ^.JSJ GENERAL PROVISIONS SEC. 501. No part of any appropriation contained in this Act shall remain available for obligation beyond the current fiscal year unless expressly so provided herein. SEC. 502. Except where specifically increased or decreased else- where in this Act, the restrictions contained within appropriations, or provisions affecting appropriations or other funds, available during fiscal year 1987, limiting the amount which may be expended for personal services, or for purposes involving personal services, or amounts which may be transferred between appropriations or :i^u. 'r authorizations available for or involving such services, are hereby increased to the extent necessary to meet increased pay costs authorized by or pursuant to law. Drugs and drug SEC. 503. (a)(1) Except as provided in subsection (b) or (c), none of abuse. the funds appropriated or made available by this Act, or any other orgmiSation and ^^^' ^^^^ respect to any fiscal year, shall be available to administer employees. OT implement any drug testing pursuant to Executive Order Num- 5 use 7301 note, bered 12564 (dated September 15, 1986), or any subsequent order, 3 CFR, 1986 unless and until— Comp., p. 224. (^^ ^j^g Secretary of Health and Human Services certifies in writing to the Committees on Appropriations of the House of Representatives and the Senate, and other appropriate commit- tees of the Congress, that— (i) each agency has developed a plan for achieving a drug- free workplace in accordance with Executive Order Num-
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 469 bered 12564 and applicable provisions of law (including 3 CFR, 1986 applicable provisions of this section); Comp., p. 224. (ii) the Department of Health and Human Services, in addition to the scientific and technical guidelines dated ; • February 13, 1987, and any subsequent amendments f• h? thereto, has, in accordance with paragraph (3), published mandatory guidelines which— J (I) establish comprehensive standards for all aspects of laboratory drug testing and laboratory procedures to be applied in carrying out Executive Order Numbered 12564, including standards which require the use of the best available technology for ensuring the full reliabil- ity and accuracy of drug tests and strict procedures governing the chain of custody of specimens collected for drug testing; , . (II) specify the drugs for which Federal employees may be tested; and (III) establish appropriate standards and procedures i.,,,^1^^, for periodic review of laboratories and criteria for cer- tification and revocation of certification of laboratories ,,• ,^J to perform drug testing in carrying out Executive Order Numbered 12564; and (iii) all agency drug-testing programs and plans estab- * lished pursuant to Executive Order Numbered 12564 comply with applicable provisions of law, including applicable provisions of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (29 U.S.C. 701 et seq.), title 5 of the United States Code, and the mandatory guidelines under clause (ii); (B) the Secretary of Health and Human Services has submit- ted to the Congress, in writing, a detailed, agency-by-agency . ,> analysis relating to— (i) the criteria and procedures to be applied in designating employees or positions for drug testing, including the jus- tification for such criteria and procedures; (ii) the position titles designated for random drug testing; and (iii) the nature, frequency, and type of drug testing pro- posed to be instituted; and (C) the Director of the Office of Management and Budget has submitted in writing to the Committees on Appropriations of the House of Representatives and the Senate a detailed, agency- by-agency analysis (as of the time of certification under subparagraph (A)) of the anticipated annual costs associated with carrying out Executive Order Numbered 12564 and all other requirements under this section during the 5-year period beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act. (2) Notwithstanding subsection (g), for purposes of this subsection, the term "agency" means— (A) the Executive Office of the President; (B) an Executive department under section 101 of title 5, United States Code; (C) the Environmental Protection Agency; (D) the General Services Administration; (E) the National Aeronautics and Space Administration; (F) the Office of Personnel Management; (G) the Small Business Administration; (H) the United States Information Agency; and
101 STAT. 470 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 (I) the Veterans' Administration; except that such term does not include the Department of Transpor- tation or any other entity (or component thereof) covered by subsec- tion (b). Federal (3) Notwithstanding any provision of chapter 5 of title 5, United ^^bl^*T' States Code, the mandatory guidelines to be published pursuant to t\ji^500^et seq. subsection (a)(l)(A)(ii) shall be published and made effective exclu- sively according to the provisions of this paragraph. Notice of the mandatory guidelines proposed by the Secretary of Health and Human Services shall be published in the Federal Register, and interested persons shall be given not less than 60 days to submit written comments on the proposed mandatory guidelines. Following review and consideration of written comments, final mandatory guidelines shall be published in the Federal Register and shall become effective upon publication. (b)(1) Nothing in subsection (a) shall limit or otherwise affect the availability of funds for drug testing by— (A) the Department of Transportation; (B) Department of Energy, for employees specifically involved in the handling of nuclear weapons or nuclear materials; (C) any agency with an agency-wide drug-testing program in existence as of September 15,1986; or (D) any component of an agency if such component had a drug-testing program in existence as of September 15, 1986. (2) The Departments of Transportation and Energy and any agency or component thereof with a drug-testing program in exist- ence as of September 15,1986— (A) shall be brought into full compliance with Executive 3 CFR, 1986 Order Numbered 12564 no later than the end of the 6-month Comp., p. 224. period beginning on the date of the enactment of this Act; and (B) shall take such actions as may be necessary to ensure that their respective drug-testing programs or plans are brought into full compliance with the mandatory guidelines published under subsection (a)(l)(A)(ii) no later than 90 days after such manda- tory guidelines take effect, except that any judicial challenge that affects such guidelines should not affect drug-testing pro- grams or plans subject to this paragraph. (c) In the case of an agency (or component thereof) other than an agency as defined by subsection (a)(2) or an agency (or component thereof) covered by subsection (b), none of the funds appropriated or made available by this Act, or any other Act, with respect to any fiscal year, shall be available to administer or implement any drug testing pursuant to Executive Order Numbered 12564, or any subse- quent order, unless and until— (1) the Secretary of Health and Human Services provides ,.;•• written certification with respect to that agency (or component) in accordance with clauses (i) and (iii) of subsection (a)(1)(A); (2) the Secretary of Health and Human Services has submit- «] ted a written, detailed analysis with respect to that agency (or component) in accordance with subsection (a)(1)(B); and (3) the Director of the Office of Management and Budget has submitted a written, detailed analysis with respect to that agency (or component) in accordance with subsection (a)(1)(C). (d) Any Federal employee who is the subject of a drug test under any program or plan shall, upon written request, have access to— (1) any records relating to such employee's drug test; and
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 471 (2) any records relating to the results of any relevant certifi- cation, review, or revocation-of-certification proceedings, as referred to in subsection (a)(l)(A)(ii)(III). (e) The results of a drug test of a Federal employee may not be Classified disclosed without the prior written consent of such employee, unless information. the disclosure would be— (1) to the employee's medical review official (as defined in the scientific and technical guidelines referred to in subsection -^ (aXlXAXii)); (2) to the administrator of any Employee Assistance Program in which the employee is receiving counseling or treatment or is otherwise participating; (3) to any supervisory or management official within the employee's agency having authority to take the adverse person- nel action against such employee; or (4) pursuant to the order of a court of competent jurisdiction where required by the United States Government to defend against any challenge against any adverse personnel action. (f) Each agency covered by Executive Order Numbered 12564 shall Reports. submit to the Committees on Appropriations of the House of Rep- 3 CFR, 1986 resentatives and the Senate, and other appropriate committees of Comp., p. 224. the Congress, an annual report relating to drug-testing activities conducted by such agency pursuant to such executive order. Each such annual report shall be submitted at the time of the President's budget submission to the Congress under section 1105(a) of title 31, United States Code. (g) For purposes of this section, the terms "agency" and "Employee Assistance Program" each has the meaning given such term under section 7(b) of Executive Order Numbered 12564, as in effect on September 15,1986. SEC. 504. None of the funds appropriated by this Act may be obligated for the centralization, consolidation, or redeployment of the Customs Service Air Operations unless the Secretary of the Treasury submits a report to the Committees on Appropriations which sets forth specific details for the use of such funds thirty days in advance of such implementation. SEC. 505. None of the funds appropriated or made available by this Maritime or any other Act or otherwise appropriated or made available to the affairs. Secretary of Transportation or the Maritime Administrator for purposes of administering the Merchant Marine Act, 1936, as amended (46 U.S.C. 1101 et seq.), shall be used by the United States Department of Transportation or the United States Maritime Administration to propose, promulgate, or implement any rule or regulation, or, with regard to vessels which repaid subsidy pursuant to the rule promulgated by the Secretary May 3, 1985 and vacated by Order of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit January 16, 1987, conduct any adjudicatory or other regulatory proceeding, execute or perform any contract, or participate in any judicial action with respect to the repayment of construction dif- ferential subsidy for the permanent release of vessels from the restrictions in section 506 of the Merchant Marine Act, 1936, as amended: Provided, That such funds may be used to the extent such 46 USC 1156 expenditure relates to a rule which conforms to statutory standards hereafter enacted by Congress. SEC. 506. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act, appro- priations made by title I of this Act for the following account shall be as follows:
101 STAT. 472 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 Immigration and Naturalization Service, Salaries and Ex- penses, $137,216,000. SEC. 507. Section 208(a) of the Department of Justice Appropria- 100 Stat. tions Act, 1987 (Public Law 99-500 and Public Law 99-591) is hereby 1783-56, repealed. 3341-56. Arms and SEC. 508. None of the funds provided in this or any other Act may munitions. be made available to facilitate in any way the sale of M-833 antitank shells or any comparable antitank shells containing a depleted uranium penetrating component to any country other than: (1) countries which are members of NATO, or (2) countries which have been designated as a major non- NATO ally for purposes of section 1105 of the National Defense 22 u s e 2767a. Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1987. Energy. SEC. 509. None of the funds made available by this or any other Washington. Act may be used for the purpose of restarting the N-Reactor at the Hanford Reservation, Washington during fiscal year 1987. For the purposes of this paragraph the term "restarting" shall mean any activity related to the operation of the N-Reactor that would achieve criticality, generate fission products within the reactor or discharge cooling water from nuclear operations: Provided, That this provision does not require a change in the current fuel status of the reactor. SEC. 510. None of the funds appropriated by this or any other Act shall be available for the purpose of relocating the headquarters of the Peace Corps to office space outside of the District of Columbia. SEC. 511. None of the funds appropriated or otherwise made available in title III of this Act may be used for purposes other than for Federal Employees Retirement System costs authorized by or pursuant to the Federal Employees Retirement System Act of 1986 5 u s e 8401 note. (Public Law 99-335). Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act, any funds provided in title III of this Act not utilized by September 30, 1987, for agency contributions prescribed by the Federal Employees Retirement System Act of 1986 (Public Law 99-335) shall lapse. Angola. SEC. 512. (a) The Congress finds that— (1) the people of Angola have suffered under colonial domina- tion for centuries; (2) the Portuguese promise of independence and free elections for Angola embodied in the Alvor Accord of 1975 was nullified when the Marxist Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (hereafter in this resolution referred to as the "MPLA") illegally and militarily seized power with the support of Soviet and Cuban troops; (3) the Marxist regime in Angola has continually denied the most basic human rights to the people of Angola since 1975 culminating in one of the worst human rights records reported by the Department of State, as described in the report entitled "Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 1986"; (4) the Marxist regime in Angola has allowed the country of Angola to become a Soviet base for aggression and subversion in southern Africa, including the expansion of a Soviet naval port, the presence of 35,000 Cuban troops, and the influx of $4,000,000,000 in Soviet weaponry; (5) the naval port facilities in Angola pose serious potential threats to United States naval interests in the Atlantic and around the Cape of Good Hope; ^ ;"
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 473 (6) the Soviets and Cubans have engaged in the most blatant foreign intervention in post-colonial history of Africa, and the MPLA is hostage to these foreign forces as evidenced by the fact that the MPLA had the worst anti-United States voting record > in the United Nations last year; (7) the MPLA government of Angola in 1986 obtained 90 percent of its foreign exchange from the extraction and produc- tion of oil with the assistance of American companies; r (8) most Angola's oil is extracted in Cabinda Province, where 65 percent of it is extracted by an American oil company; (9) United States business interests are in direct conflict with overall United States foreign policy and national security objec- tives in aiding the MPLA government; (10) the United States currently refuses to recognize the Marxist government of the MPLA; (11) representatives of the Government of Portugal's three main political parties have recently visited the liberated terri- tory and will soon announce a commission to promote national reconciliation in Angola; ''Vc • (12) the United States has an obligation to encourage peace, freedom, and democracy and to condemn tyranny where it may exist; and (13) the growing intensity of war, the mounting suffering of the Angolan people, the growing presence of communist forces in Angola, and the failure of the MPLA to respond to diplomatic initiatives gives new urgency to efforts to reach a peaceful settlement. (b) It is the sense of the Congress that the United States, so long as Soviet and Cuban military forces occupy Angola, should encourage peace and national reconciliation in Angola through a negotiated settlement to the eleven-year military conflict and stress the holding of free and fair elections as outlined in the 1975 Alvor Agreement through— (1) continued multilateral initiatives designed to support Soviet and Cuban withdrawal and a negotiated peaceful settle- ment acceptable to the people of Angola; and (2) consistent efforts by the President and the Secretary of State to convey to the Soviet leadership that continued military build-up and presence in Angola directly hinders future positive relationships with the American people and the United States Congress. (c) The Congress hereby requests the President to use his special authorities under the Export Administration Act to block United States business transactions which conflict with United States secu- rity interests in Angola. (d) It is further the sense of the Congress that the Secretary of State should— (1) review the United States policy with respect to the United States refusal to recognize the Marxist MPLA government, the o, abysmal human rights record of the MPLA government (as V, reported by the Department of State), and the worst 1985 voting record supporting United States interests in the United Nations; and * (2) prepare and transmit to the Congress a report containing Reports. the findings of the review required by paragraph (1), together 1 with a determination as to whether it is in the United States
101 STAT. 474 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 interest to continue under the current trade and business policy with respect to Angola. Medicare. SEC. 513. None of the funds made available by this or any other Act for fiscal year 1987 for Health Care Financing Administration Program Management activities shall be used to promulgate or enforce any rule, regulation, instruction, or other policy having the effect of establishing a mandatory holding of Medicare claims processing or payments. SEC. 514. It is the sense of the Congress that no funds provided under this Act may be used for the payment of severance pay to any employee of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Develop- ment (World Bank). SEC. 515. (a) In addition to amounts appropriated in this Act, there are appropriated to the Centers for Disease Control for "Disease control, research, and training", $27,000,000. (b)(1) In the cases of all appropriations accounts from which expenses for travel, transportation, and subsistence (including per diem allowances) are paid under chapter 57 of title 5, United States 5 u s e 5701 et Code, there are hereby prohibited to be obligated under such accounts in fiscal year 1987 a uniform percentage of such amounts, as determined by the President in accordance with the provisions of paragraph (2), as, but for this subsection, would— (A) be available for obligation in such accounts as of June 1, 1987, (B) be planned to be obligated for such expenses after such date during fiscal year 1987, and (C) result in total outlays of $18 million in fiscal year 1987. (2) Before making determinations under paragraph (1), the Presi- dent shall obtain from the Director of the Office of Management and Budget and the Comptroller General of the United States rec- ommendations for determinations with respect to (A) the identifica- tion of the accounts affected, (B) the amount in each such account available as of such date for obligation, (C) the amounts planned to be obligated for such expenses after such date in fiscal year 1987, and (D) the uniform percentage by which such amounts need to be reduced in order to comply with paragraph (1). President of U.S. (c) Within 30 days after the date of enactment of this Act, the Reports. President shall prepare and transmit to the Congress a report specifying the determinations of the President under subsection (b). (d) Sections 1341(a) and 1517 of title 31, United States Code, apply to each account for which a determination is made by the President under subsection (b). Schools and SEC. 516. The matter under the heading "Public Education colleges. System" in title I of the District of Columbia Appropriations Act, District of 1987 (Public Law 99-591; 100 Stat. 3341-184) is amended by striking Columbia. out "Provided further, That of the amount made available to the University of the District of Columbia, $1,146,000 shall be used solely for the operation of the Antioch School of Law: Provided further, That acquisition or merger of the Antioch School of Law shall have been previously approved by both the Board of Trustees of the University of the District of Columbia and the Council of the District of Columbia, and that the Council shall have issued its approval by resolution: Provided further. That if the Council of the District of Columbia or the Board of Trustees of the University of the District of Columbia fails to approve the acquisition or merger of the Antioch School of Law, the $1,146,000 shall be used solely for the repayment of the general fund deficit." and inserting in lieu thereof
PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 101 STAT. 475 "Provided further. That $1,146,000 shall be used solely for the operation of the District of Columbia School of Law and which shall remain available until expended: Provided further, That acquisition or merger of the Antioch School of Law shall have been previously approved by the Council of the District of Columbia: Provided further, That the interim Board of Governors of the District of Reports. Columbia School of Law shall report, by October 1, 1987 to the Mayor of the District of Columbia, the Council of the District of Columbia, and the Appropriations Committees of the Senate and House of Representatives on the anticipated operating and capital expenses of the District of Columbia School of Law as created by District of Columbia Law 6-177, for the next five years: Provided further, That the aforementioned report shall also include a state- ment from the American Bar Association on the current status of the accreditation proposal for the District of Columbia School of Law, as created by District of Columbia Law 6-177, as amended: Provided further. That if the Council of the District of Columbia fails to approve the acquisition or merger of the Antioch School of Law, the $1,146,000 shall be used solely for the repayment of the general fund deficit.". SEC. 517. It is the sense of the Congress that the Commodity Credit Corporation in implementing regulations to establish the percentage share or metric tonnage of commodities under subparagraph (B) of section 901b(c)(2) of the Merchant Marine Act, 1936 (46 U.S.C. 1241f(c)(2)(B)) should respect the intent as well as the letter of the agreement entered into by and between the representatives of Great Lakes ports and Gulf ports, and that so far as practicable. Great Lakes ports be accorded the full proportion of tonnage contemplated thereby. SEC. 518. On or before August 31, 1987, the President, pursuant to President of U.S. his existing power under section 212(a)(6) of the Immigration and Diseases. Nationality Act, shall add human immunodeficiency virus infection 8 USC 1182. to the list of dangerous contagious diseases contained in title 42 of the Code of Federal Regulations. SEC. 519. (a) Subtitle C of title XVII of the Food Security Act of 1985 (7 U.S.C. 5001 et seq.) is amended— (1) by striking out "National Agricultural Policy Commission 7 USC 5001 note. Act of 1985" each place it appears in the subtitle heading and section 1721 (7 U.S.C. 5001) and inserting in lieu thereof "National Commission on Agriculture and Rural Development Policy Act of 1985"; and (2) by striking out "National Commission on Agricultural Policy" each place it appears in sections 1722(1) and 1723(a) (7 U.S.C. 5001(1) and 5002(a)) and inserting in lieu thereof "National Commission on Agriculture and Rural Development Policy". (b) Notwithstanding section 501(e) of the Farm Credit Amend- ments Act of 1985 (12 U.S.C. 2001 note), there is authorized and appropriated— (1) for the National Commission on Agricultural Finance established under such section, $100,000, to remain available until expended; and
101 STAT. 476 PUBLIC LAW 100-71—JULY 11, 1987 (2) for the National Commission on Agriculture and Rural Development established under section 1723 of the Food Secu- rity Act of 1985 (7 U.S.C. 5002), $100,000, to remain available until expended. This Act may be cited as the "Supplemental Appropriations Act, : 1987". Approved July 11, 1987. ' ''-. '". ' LEGISLATIVE HISTORY—H.R. 1827: HOUSE REPORTS: No. 100-28 (Comm. on Appropriations) and No. 100-195 (Comm. of Conference). SENATE REPORTS: No. 100-48 (Comm. on Appropriations). CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, Vol. 133 (1987): Apr. 23, considered and passed House. '•'••J May 7, 8, 12, 20, 21, 27-29, June 2, considered and passed Senate, amended. •! June 30, House agreed to conference report; receded and concurred in certain Senate amendments, in others with amendments. July 1, Senate agreed to conference report; concurred in certain House amend- ments; receded and concurred in another. WEEKLY COMPILATION OF PRESIDENTIAL DOCUMENTS, Vol. 23 (1987): July 11, Presidential statement.