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90 STAT. 712
PUBLIC LAW 94-320—JUNE 25, 1976 of the District of Columbia to carry out the purposes referred to in subsection (a) of this section, and to change the curbline, and relocate existing sidewalks and curbs, to conform to such street change. SEC. 3. Nothing in this Act shall be construed to grant to the Secretary of the Interior or to the government of the District of Columbia any right, title, or interest in or to any part of the United States Capitol Grounds and such area affected by this Act or any agreement pursuant thereto shall continue to be a part of the United States Capitol Grounds. All areas of the United States Capitol Grounds, including sidewalks, lawns and other growth, streets, and curblines, disturbed by reason of operations pursuant to this Act shall be promptly relocated or restored by the Secretary of the Interior or the government of the District of Columbia, as the case may be, in a manner approved by, and satisfactory to the Architect of the Capitol. SEC. 4. The Congress shall not incur any expense, liability, obligation, or other responsibility (operational or otherwise), under or by reason of this Act, or any agreement pursuant to this Act, or be liable under any claim of any nature or kind that may arise from either the construction, operation, or maintenance of the flagpoles authorized by this Act, or from carrying out any agreement pursuant to this Act. Approved June 25, 1976.
LEGISLATIVE HISTORY: HOUSE REPORT No. 94-1078 (Comm. on Public Works and Transportation). SENATE REPORT No. 94-699 (Comm. on Public Works). CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, Vol 122 (1976): Mar. 18, considered and passed Senate. May 17, considered and passed House, amended. June 15, Senate concurred in House amendment.