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H.R. 5575 (102nd): To authorize certain uses of real property acquired by the Architect of the Capitol for use by the Librarian of Congress and for other purposes.

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10/2/1992--Passed House amended. Amends the Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 1991 to: (1) designate specified real property acquired by the Architect of the Capitol for the Library of Congress as the "Library of Congress Special Facilities Center"; (2) make the Center available for use by the Librarian of Congress for external training, general assembly and education programs of the Library, and temporary living quarters and common areas for visiting scholars using the Library's collections or participating in its programs; and (3) authorize the Librarian to charge fees for use of the Center which shall be deposited into a fund in the Treasury to be available for expenses of the Center. Specifies that no evening meetings may be held at the Center until an on-site parking plan for the property is approved by the Joint Committee on the Library.