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[79 STAT. XVII]
[79 STAT. XVII]
PUBLIC LAW 89-000—MMMM. DD, 1965

LIST OF PUBLIC LAWS Public Law

89-179

89-180

89-181 89-182___

89-183

89-184

89-185

89-186 89-187___

89-188-__ 89-189— 89-190—

89-191--89-192.-_

89-193—

89-194--S9-195..^

XVII Date

Norfolk, Va., land exchange with U.S. AN ACT To authorize the Secretary of the Navy to convey to the city of Norfolk, State of Virginia, certain lands in the city of Norfolk, State of Virginia, in exchange for certain other lands Okaloosa County, Fla., conveyance. AN ACT To provide for the conveyance of certain real property of the Federal Government to the Board of Public Instruction, Okaloosa C o u n t y, Florida Gorgas Memorial Laboratory. AN ACT To increase the authorization of appropriations for the support of the Gorgas Memorial Laboratory State Technical Services Act of 1965. AN ACT To promote commerce and encourage economic growth by supporting State and interstate programs to place the findings of science usefully in the hands of American enterprise D.C. Code, Pari III, "Decedents' Estates and Fiduciary Relations." AN ACT To enact Part III of the District of Columbia Code, entitled "Decedents' E s t a t e s and Fiduciary Relations", codifying the general and p e r m a n e n t laws relating to decedents' estates and fiduciary relations in the District of Columbia Federal Firearms Act, amendment. AN ACT To amend the Federal Firearms Act to authorize the Secretary of the Treasviry to relieve applicants from certain provisions of the Act if he determines that the granting of relief would not be contrary to the public interest, and that the applicant would not be likely to conduct his operations in an unlawful manner Uniformed services, claims settlement. AN ACT To amend titles 10 and 14, United States Code, and the Military Personnel and Civilian Employees' Claims Act of 1964, with respect to the settlement of claims against the United States by members of the uniformed services and civilian officers and employees of the United States for damage to, or loss of personal property incident to their service, and for other purposes Former Presidents and. families, protection. AN ACT To provide continuing authority for the protection of former Presidents and their wives or widows, and for other purposes Father Marquette Tercentenary Commission. JOINT RESOLUTION To establish a tercentenary commission to comm e m o r a t e the a d v e n t and history of F a the r Jacques Marq u e t t e in North America, and for other purposes Military Construction Authorization Act, 1966. AN ACT To authorize certain construction a t military installations, and for other purposes Coast Guard Band, administration. AN ACT To provide for the administration of the Coast Guard B and Lummi Indian Reservation, Washington. AN ACT To provide for the assessing of Indian t r u s t and restricted lands within the L u m m i Indian diking project on the L u m m i Indian Reservation in the State of Washington, through a drainage and diking district formed under the laws of the State _.. Coast Guard. AN ACT To clarify the responsibility for marking of obstructions in navigable waters Mary McLeod Bethune memorial, D.C. JOINT RESOLUTION Extending for two years the existing authority for the erection in the District of Columbia of a memorial to M a r y McLeod Bethune Armed Forces; early payday, authorization. AN ACT To amend section 1006 of title 37, United States Code, to authorize the Secretary concerned, under certain conditions, to m a k e payment of pay and allowances to members of a n armed force under his jurisdiction before the end of the pay period for which such payment is due Vessels. AN ACT To amend section 27, M e r c h a n t Marine Act of 1920, as amended (46 U.S.C. 883) Assateague Island National Seashore, Md.-Va. AN ACT To provide for the establishment of the Assateague Island National Seashore in the States of Maryland and Virginia, and for other purposes

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679

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788

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789

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791

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791

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793

Sept. 17, 1965 —

820

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