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Copipensation; travel e x p e n s e s.
Reports to President and congressional committee. Consent, extension.
Congressional right to disclosure and information.
PUBLIC LAW 91-462-OCT. 16, 1970
shall be appointed by the President and he shall report to the President either directly or through such agency or official as the President may specify. His compensation shall be in such amount as the President shall specify: Provided, That if the representative be an employee of the United States, he shall serve without additional compensation. The compensation, travel expenses, office space, stenographic, and administrative services of the representative shall be paid from any available appropriations selected by the head of such agency or agencies as may be designated by the President to provide such expenses. SEC. 4. The Atomic Energy Commission; the National Aeronautics and Space Administration; the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare; the Secretary of Commerce; the Secretary of Labor; the Secretary of Agriculture; and the heads of other departments and agencies of the Federal Government are authorized, within available appropriations and pursuant to law, to cooperate with the Western Interstate Nuclear Board. SEC. 5. Copies of the annual reports made by the Western Interstate Nuclear Board pursuant to article II (k) of the Western Interstate Nuclear Compact shall be transmitted to the President and to the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy of the Congress. SEC. 6. The consent to the Western Nuclear Compact given by this Act shall extend to any and all supplementary agreements entered into pursuant to article VII of such Compact: Provided, That any such supplementaiT agreement is only for the exercise of one or more of the powers conferred upon the Western Interstate Nuclear Board by article V of such compact. SEC. T. The right to alter, amend, or repeal this Act is expressly reserved. SEC. 8. The right is hereby reserved to the Congress or any of its standing committees to require the disclosure and furnishing of such information or data by the Western Interstate Nuclear Board as is deemed appropriate by the Congress or any such Committee. Approved October 16, 1970.
Public Law 91-462 October 16, 1970 [H.R. 15012]
Cherokee Strip, Kans.-Okla. Establishment as park system unit, feasibility study.
AN ACT To authorize a study of the feasibility and desirability of establishing a unit of the national park system tO commemorate the opening of the Cherokee Strip to homesteading, and for other purposes.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That, for the purpose of commemorating the opening of the Cherokee Strip to homesteading, and the historic use of the Chisholm Trail, cattle trails of the old southwest, and other such arteries of commerce which contributed to the expansion of our Nation; and to preserve for the benefit of the American people outstanding examples of the natural prairie scene which existed during this period of expansion and growth, the Secretary of the Interior shall study, investigate, and formulate recommendations on the feasibility and desirability of establishing as a part of the national park system, an area, on lands in the States of Kansas and Oklahoma, associated with the aforesaid events and representative of the terrain and natural environment existing during such times.