The text of the bill below is as of Jan 3, 1975 (Passed Congress).
88 STAT.] PUBLIC LAW 93-620-JAN. 3, 1975 2089 otherwise release a person before trial or sentencing or pending appeal in a court of the United States, and "(2) the term 'offense' means any Federal criminal offense which is in violation of any Act of Congress and is triable by any court established by Act of Congress (other than a petty offense as defined in section 1 (3) of this title, or an offense triable by court- martial, military commission, provost court, or other military tribunal)." SEC. 202. The analysis of chapter 207 of title 18, United States Code, is amended by striking out the last item and inserting in lieu thereof the following: "3152. Establishment of Pretrial Services Agencies. "3153. Organization of Pretrial Services Agencies. "3154. Functions and Powers of Pretrial Services Agencies. "3155. Report to Congress. "3156. Definitions." SEC. 203. For the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this title Appropriation. and the amendments made by this title there is hereby authorized to be appropriated for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1975, to remain available until expended, the sum of $10,000,000, SEC. 204. Section 604 of title 28, United States Code, is amended by striking out paragraphs (9) through (12) of subsection (a) and inserting in lieu thereof: "(9) Establish pretrial services agencies pursuant to section 3152 of title 18, United States Code; Ante, p. 208(5. "(10) Purchase, exchange, transfer, distribute, and assign the custody of lawbooks, equipment, and supplies needed for the maintenance and operation of the courts, the Federal Judicial Center, the offices of the United States magistrates and commis- sioners, and the offices of pretrial sei-vices agencies; "(11) Audit vouchers and accounts of the courts, the Federal Judicial Center, the pretrial service agencies, and their clerical and administrative personnel; "(12) Provide accommodations for the courts, the Federal Judicial Center, the pretrial services agencies and their clerical and administrative personnel; "(13) Perform such other duties as may be assigned to him by the Supreme Court or the Judicial Conference of the United States.". Approved January 3, 1975. Public Law 93-620 AN A C T January 3, 1975 To further protect the outstanding scenic, natural, and scientific values of the '^^^ ^296] Grand Canyon by enlarging the Grand Canyon National Park in the State of Arizona, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the SeTiate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled. Grand canyon •' ^ ' National Park En- largement Act. SHORT T I T L E SECTION 1. This Act may be cited as the "Grand Canyon National ^^ "^^ ^^^^ P a r k Enlargement Act". DECLARATION OF POLICY SEC. 2. I t is the object of this Act to provide for the recognition by ^^ ^^^ 228a. Congress that the entire Grand Canyon, from the mouth of the Paria
2090 PUBLIC LAW 93-620-JAN. 3, 1975 [88 STAT. River to the Grand Wash Cliffs, including tributary side canyons and surrounding plateaus, is a natural feature of national and international significance. Congress therefore recognizes the need for, and in this Act provides for, the further protection and interpretation of the Grand Canyon in accordance with its true significance. E N L A R G E M E N T OF GRAND C A N Y O N N A T I O N A L P A R K BOUNDARIES 16 use 228b. gj,(._ 3 (^g^^ jj^ order to add to the Grand Canyon National Park certain prime portions of the canyon area possessing unique natural, scientific, and scenic values, the Grand Canyon National P a r k shall comprise, subject to any valid existing rights under the Navajo 48 Stat. 960. Boundary Act of 1934, all those lands, waters, and interests therein, constituting approximately one million two hundred thousand acres, located within the boundaries as depicted on the drawing entitled "Boundary Map, Grand Canyon National Park," numbered 113-20, 021 B and dated December 1974, a copy of which shall be on file and available for public inspection in the offices of the National Park Serv- ice, Department of the Interior. Abolishment. (jj) jTor purposcs of this Act, the Grand Canyon National Monu- ment and the Marble Canyon National Monument are abolished. ^^^dy. (c) The Secretary of the Interior shall study the lands within the former boundaries of the Grand Canyon National Monument com- monly known as the Tuckup Point, Slide Mountain, and Jensen Tank areas to determine whether any portion of these lands might be unsuit- able for park purposes and whether in his judgment the public interest might be better served if they were deleted from the Grand Canyon Report to Con- Natloual Park. The Secretary shall report his findings and recom- gress. mendations to the Congress no later than one year from the date of enactment of this Act. A C Q U I S I T I O N OF LANDS BY DONATION OR E X C H A N G E 16 use 228c. S E C 4. (a) Within the boundaries of the Grand Canyon National Park, as enlarged by this Act, the Secretary of the Interior (herein- after referred to as the "Secretary") may acquire land and interest in land by donation, purchase with donated or appropriated funds, or exchange. (b) Federal lands within the boundaries of such park are hereby transferred to the jurisdiction of the Secretary for the purposes of this Act. P R O H I B I T I O N AGAINST T A K I N G OF STATE OR I N D I A N LANDS 16 use 228d. gj,^ g Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act (1) land or interest in land owned by the State of Arizona or any political subdivision thereof may be acquired by the Secretary under this Act only by donation or exchange and (2) no land or interest in land, which is held in trust for any Indian tribe or nation, may be transferred to the United States under this Act or for purposes of this Act except after approval by the governing body of the respective Indian tribe or nation. COOPERATIVE A G R E E M E N T S FOR U N I F I E D I N T E R P R E T A T I O N OF GRAND CANYON 16 use 228e. g^^. &. I n the administration of the Grand Canyon National Park, as enlarged by this Act, the Secretary is authorized and encouraged to enter into cooperative agreements with other Federal, State, and local public departments and agencies and with interested Indian tribes providing for the protection and interpretation of the Grand
88 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 93-620-JAN. 3, 1975 2091 Canyon in its entirety. Such agreements shall include, but not be limited to, authority for the Secretary to develop and operate inter- pretative facilities and programs on lands and waters outside of the boundaries of such park, with the concurrence of the owner or admin- istrator thereof, to the end that there will be a unified interpretation of the entire Grand Canyon. PRESERVATION OF E X I S T I N G GRAZING R I G H T S SEC. 7. Where any Federal lands within the Grand Canyon National i6 use 22 8f. Park, as enlarged by this Act, are legally occupied or utilized on the effective date of this Act for grazing purposes, pursuant to a Federal lease, permit, or license, the Secretarv shall permit the persons holding such grazing privileges to continue in the exercise thereof during the term of the lease, permit, or license, and periods of renewal thereafter: Provided^ That no such renewals shall be extended beyond the period ending ten years from the date of enactment of this Acf, except that any present lease, permit, or license within the boundaries of the Grand Canyon National Monument as abolished by subsection 3(b) of this Act may be renewed during the life of the present holder which renewals shall terminate upon the death of the present holder. AIRCRAFT REGULATION SEC. 8. Whenever the Secretary has reason to believe that any air- ^^ "^^ ^^sg. craft or helicopter acti^dty or operation mav be occurring or about to occur within the Grand Canvon National Park, as enlarged bv this Act, including the airspace below the rims of the canyon, which is likely to cause an injury to the health, welfare, or safety of visitors to the park or to cause a significant adverse effect on the natural quiet and experience of the park, the Secretary shall submit to the Federal Aviation Agency, the Environmental Protection Agency pursuant to the Noise Control Act of 1972, or any other responsiJDle agency or 42 use 4901 agencies such complaints, information, or recommendations for rules "°'^' and regulations or other actions as he believes appropriate to protect the public health, welfare, and safety or the natural environment within the park. After reviewing the submission of the Secretary, the responsible agency shall consider the matter, and after consultation with the Secretary, shall take appropriate action to protect the park and visitors. PRESERVATION OF E X I S T I N G RECLAMATION PROVISIONS SEC. 9. (a) Nothing in this Act shall be construed to alter, amend, ^^ ^^^ 228h. repeal, modify, or be in conflict with the provisions of sections 601 to 606 of the Colorado River Basin Project Act, approved September 30,1968 (82 Stat. 885,901). 43 u s e 1551- 1556. (b) Section 7 of the Act of February 26, 1919 (40 Stat. 1175,1178), ^Ve^use 227. is amended to read as follows: "Whenever consistent with the primary purposes of such park, the Secretary of the Interior is authorized to permit the utilization of those areas formerly within the Lake Mead National Recreation Area immediately prior to enactment of the Grand Canyon National Park Enlargement Act, and added to the park by such Act, which may be necessary for the development and maintenance of a Government reclamation project." HAVASUPAI INDIAN RESERVATION SEC. 10. (a) For the purpose of enabling the tribe of Indians known ^^ ^^^ ^^si. as the Havasupai Indians of Arizona (hereinafter referred to as the
2092 PUBLIC LAW 93-620-JAN. 3, 1975 [88 STAT. "tribe") to improve the social, cultural, and economic life of its mem- bers, the lands generally depicted as the "Havasupai Reservation Addition" on the map described in section 3 of this Act, and consist- ing of approximately one hundred and eighty-five thousand acres of land and any improvements thereon, are hereby declared to be held by the United States in trust for the Havasupai Tribe. Such map, which shall delineate a boundary line generally one-fourth of a mile from the rim of the outer gorge of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River and shall traverse Havasu Creek from a point on the rim at Yum- theska Point to Beaver Falls to a point on the rim at Ukwalla Point, shall be on file and available for public inspection in the Offices of the Secretary, Department of the Interior, Washington, District of Columbia. Administration. (b) The lands held in trust pursuant to this section shall be included in the Havasupai Reservation, and shall be administered under the laws and regulations applicable to other trust Indian lands: Provided., That— (1) the lands may be used for traditional purposes, including religious purposes and the gathering of, or hunting for, wild or native foods, materials for paints and medicines; (2) the lands shall be available for use by the Havasupai Tribe for agricultural and grazing purposes, subject to the ability of such lands to sustain such use as determined by the Secretary; (3) any areas historically used as burial grounds may continue to be so used; Study. (4) a study shall be made by the Secretary, in consultation with the Havasupai Tribal Council, to develop a plan for the use of this land by the tribe which shall include the selection of areas which may be used for residential, educational, and other com- munity purposes for members of the tribe and which shall not be inconsistent with, or detract from, park uses and values; Pro- Plan and t r a n s - vided further., That before being implemented by the Secretary, cript, transmittal to c o n g r e s s i o n a l such plan shall be made available through his offices for public committees. review and comment, shall be subject to public hearings, and shall be transmitted, together with a complete transcript of the hear- ings, at least 90 days prior to implementation, to the Committees on Interior and Insular Affairs of the United States Congress; and Prorided fuither, that any subsequent revisions of this plan shall be subject to the same procedures as set forth in this paragraph; Commercial in- (5) no commercial timber production, no commercial mining d u s t r i e s , restric- tions. or mineral production, and no commercial or industrial develop- ment shall be permitted on such lands: Provided further., That the Secretary may authorize the establishment of such tribal small business enterprises as he deems advisable to meet the needs of the tribe which are in accordance with the plan provided in para- graph (4) of this section; Nonm embers, privileges. (()) nonmembsrs of the tribe shall be permitted to have access across such lands at locations established by the Secretary in con- sultation with the Tribal Council in order to visit adjacent park- lands, and with the consent of the tribe, may be permitted (i) to enter and temporarily utilize lands within the reservation in accordance with the approved land use plan described in para- graph (4) of this section for recreation purposes or (ii) to pur- chase licenses from the tribe to hunt on reservation lands subject to limitations and regulations imposed by the Secretary of the Interior; and (7) except for the uses permitted in paragraphs 1 through 6 of this section, the lands hereby transferred to the tribe shall remain forever wild and no uses shall be permitted under the plan which
88 STAT. ] PUBLIC LAW 93-620-JAN. 3, 1975 2093 detract from the existing scenic and natural values of such lands. (c) The Secretary shall be responsible for the establishment and Conservation measures. maintenance of conservation measures for these lands, including, with- out limitation, protection from fire, disease, insects, or trespass and reasonable prevention or elimination of erosion, damaging land use, overgrazing, or pollution. The Secretary of the Interior is authorized to contract with the Secretary of Agriculture for any services or mate- rials deemed necessary to institute or carry out any such measures. Any authorized Federal programs available to any other Indian tribes to enhance their social, cultural, and economic well-being shall be deemed available to the tribe on these lands so long as such programs or proj- ects are consistent with the purposes of this Act. For these purposes, and for the purpose of managing and preserving the resources of the Grand Canyon National Park, the Secretary shall have the right of access to any lands hereby included in the Havasupai Reservation. Nothing in this Act shall be construed to prohibit access by any mem- bers of the tribe to any sacred or religious places or burial grounds, native foods, paints, materials, and medicines located on public lands not otherwise covered in this Act. (d) The Secretary shall permit any person presently exercising " R a i n t a n k Allot- m e n t " , grazing grazing privileges pursuant to Federal permit or lease in that part of rights. the Kaibab National Forest designated as the "Raintank Allotment", and which is included in the Havasupai Reservation by this section, to continue in the exercise thereof, but no permit or renewal shall be extended beyond the period ending ten years from the date of enact- ment of this Act, at which time all rights of use and occupancy of the lands will be transferred to the tribe subject to the same terms and conditions as the other lands included in the reservation in paragraph (b) of this section. " H a v a s u p a i Use (e) The Secretary, subject to such reasonable regulations as he may L a n d s " , use. prescribe to protect the scenic, natural, and wildlife values thereof, shall permit the tribe to use lands within the Grand Canyon National Park which are designated as "Havasupai Use Lands" on the Grand Canyon National P a r k boundary map described in section 3 of this Act, and consisting of approximately ninety-five thousand three hun- dred acres of land, for grazing and other traditional purposes. (f) By the enactment of this Act, the Congress recognizes and declares that all right, title, and interest in any lands not otherwise declared to be held in trust for the Havasupai Tribe or otherwise covered by this Act is extinguished. Section 3 of the Act of February 26, Repeal. 1919 (40 Stat. 1177; 16 U.S.C. 223), is hereby repealed. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS SEC. 11. There are authorized to be appropriated such sums as may 16 u s e 228j. be necessary to carry out the provisions of this Act, not to exceed, however, $1,250,000, in the aggregate for the period of the five fiscal years beginning with the fiscal year ending June 30, 1074, for the acquisition of lands and property, and not to exceed $49,000 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1974, $255,000 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1975, $265,000 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1976, and $235,000 for the fiscal year ending June 30,1977, for development, plus or minus such amounts, if any, as may be justified by reason of ordi- nary fluctuations in construction costs as indicated by engineering cost indexes applicable to the types of construction involved herein. The sums authorized in this section shall be available for acquisition and development undertaken subsequent to the date of enactment of this Act. Approved January 3, 1975.