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H.J.Res. 444 (93rd): Joint resolution to authorize the continued use of certain lands within the Sequoia National Park by portions of an existing hydroelectric project.


The text of the resolution below is as of Dec 14, 1974 (Passed Congress).


1660                                     PUBLIC LAW 93-522-DEC. 14, 1974              [88 STAT.

                    Public Law 93-522
December 14, 1974                               JOINT   RESOLUTION
  [H.J. Res. 444]   TO authorize the continued use of certain lands within the Sequoia National
                                 Park by portions of an existing hydroelectric project.
                       Resolved hy the Senate and House of Representatives of the United
  Sequoia Na-       States of America in Congress assembled^ That the Secretary of the
tional Park,
Calif.              Interior is hereby authorized to issue a permit to occupy and use lands
  Hydroelectric     of the United States within Sequoia National Park necessary for the
project permit.
   16 u s e 4Sa-l   continued operation, maintenance, and use of the hydroelectric project
note.               known as the Kaweah Number 3 project of Southern California Edison
                    Company.
  Expiration of        SEC. 2. The term of such permit shall expire not later than the
permit.
  16 u s e 4Sa-l    expiration of existing or future licenses granted by the Federal Power
note.               Commission to Southern California Edison Company for said Kaweah
                    Number 3 project (Federal Power Commission project numbered 298),
                    but in no event shall the term of such permit extend for any period in
                    excess of ten years following the date of its issuance, unless specifically
                    authorized by law. Such permit shall contain such other terms and
                    conditions as the Secretary of the Interior shall deem necessary for
                    the protection and utilization of Sequoia National Park.
  16 u s e 45a-l       SEC. 3. Such permit shall specifically recite that the privileges
note.
                    granted thereby are to be exercised in accordance with the Federal
  Rules and regu-   Power Act (16 U.S.C. 791 (a)-825 ( u ) ) , and the rules and regulations
lations.
  16 u s e 791a.    thereunder which the Secretary of the Interior, after consultation
                    with the Federal Power Commission, determines to be applicable.
  Report to            SEC. 4. The National Park Service shall, not less than one hundred
Congress.
  16 u s e 45a-l    and eighty days prior to the termination date of such permit, report
note.               to the Congress, in writing, with respect to the impact of the operations
                    of the hydroelectric project (known as the Kaweah numbered 3 project
                    of Southern California Edison Company) on the Sequoia National
                    Park.
                       Approved December 14, 1974.

                    Public Law 93-523
December 16, 1974                                       AN   ACT
       ^' ^^ ^^^^   To amend the l*ublic Health Service Act to assure that the public is provided
                                 with safe drinking water, and for other purposes.
                     Be it enacted hy the Senate and House of Representatives             of the
   Safe Drinking    United Sttttcs of America in Gonqress assembled.
 Water A c t .      '                '                  if                 •>

                                                     SHORT T I T L E

   42 use 3oof          SECTION   1. This Act may be cited as the "Safe Drinking Water
 "°'^-              Act".
                                               P U B L I C WATER SYSTEMS

                      SEC. 2. (a) The Public Health Service Act is amended by inserting
                    after title X I I I the following new title: