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103 STAT. 1044 PUBLIC LAW 101-163—NOV. 21, 1989 2 USC 61g-8 note. Communications and tele- communications. 2 USC 58a-2. Health and medical care. Government organization and employees. 2 USC 121c. ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS SECTION 1. The Chairman of the Majority or Minority Conference Committee of the Senate may, during the fiscal year ending Septem- ber 30, 1990, at his election, transfer not more than $50,000 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 of funds under authority of the preceding sentence shall be 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, 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). SEC. 2. Funds appropriated to the Conference of the Majority and funds appropriated to the Conference of the Minority for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1990, may be utilized in such amounts as the Chairman of each Conference deems appropriate for the special- ized training of professional staff, subject to such limitations, insofar as they are applicable, as are imposed by the Committee on Rules and Administration with respect to such training when provided to professional staff of standing committees of the Senate. SEC. 3. Subsection (d) of section 2 of Public Law 100-123 (2 U.S.C. 58a-l), is amended by inserting immediately after "by the Ser- geant at Arms)," the following: "and all other moneys received by the Sergeant at Arms as charges or commissions for telephone services,". SEC. 4, (a) The Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of the Senate is authorized to establish an Office of Senate Health Promotion. (b)(1) In carrying out this section, the Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of the Senate is authorized to establish, or provide for the establishment of, exercise classes and other health services and activities on a continuing and regular basis. In providing for such classes, services, and activities, the Sergeant at Arms and Door- keeper of the Senate is authorized to impose and collect fees, assessments, and other charges to defray the costs involved in promoting the health of Members, officers, and employees of the Senate. For purposes of this section, the term "employees of the Senate" shall have such meaning as the Sergeant at Arms, by regulation, may prescribe. (2) All fees, assessments, and charges imposed and collected by the Sergeant at Arms pursuant to paragraph (1) shall be deposited in the revolving fund established pursuant to subsection (c) and shall be available for purposes of this section. (c) There is established in the Treasury of the United States a revolving fund within the contingent fund of the Senate to be known as the Senate Health Promotion Revolving Fund Qiereinafter referred to in this section as the "fund"). The fund shall consist of all amounts collected or received by the Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of the Senate as fees, assessments, and other charges for activities and services to carry out the provisions of this section. All moneys in the fund shall be available without fiscal year limitation