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PUBLIC LAW 96-000—MMMM. DD, 1980

PUBLIC LAW 96-561—DEC. 22, 1980

94 STAT. 3279

report if he finds that the objections on which the prior disapproval was based are overcome. (f) PER DIEM AND TRAVEL ALLOWANCES.—The members of

the

Commission (other than those who are full-time employees of the Federal or a State government), while away from their homes or regular places of business for purposes of carrying out their duties as members, shall be allowed travel expenses, including per diem in lieu of subsistence, as authorized by law for persons intermittently employed in Government service. (g) ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT.—The Secretary shall provide such clerical and technical support as may be necessary to enable the Commission to carry out its functions. (h) TERMINATION OF COMMISSION.—Unless otherwise agreed to by

the voting members of the Commission and approved by the Secretary, the Commission shall terminate upon the Secretary's approval of the Commission's report pursuant to subsection (e). SEC. i n. PRECONDITION FOR ELIGIBILITY FOR ASSISTANCE UNDER 16 USC 3312. PART C.

Upon approval by the Secretary of the Commission's report under section 110, a State represented by a voting member on the Commission and any treaty tribe represented by a tribal coordinating body shall be eligible for financial assistance under part C if the State or treaty tribe enters into an agreement with the Secretary under which that State or treaty tribe obligates itself— (1) to implement and enforce the provisions of the report and revisions thereto, through laws, regulations, ordinances, or other appropriate means, within such geographical areas and with respect to such persons as may be subject to its jurisdiction and to the extent of its enforcement power; and (2) to engage in such coordination and consultation as may be necessary or appropriate to ensure, to the maximum extent practicable, that the report and revisions thereto are fully and effectively implemented. SEC. 112. COORDINATION GRANTS.

16 USC 3313.

The Secretary, in consultation with the Secretary of the Interior, is authorized to establish a program to provide grants to prepare reports and plans provided for in parts B and C in order to promote coordinated research, enforcement, enhancement, and management of the salmon and steelhead resources within the Washington and Columbia River conservation areas consistent with the purposes of this title. Such grants shall be available for use by the State of Washington, the State of Oregon, appropriate tribal coordinating bodies, or any joint governmental entity established for undertaking research, or providing advice on or mechanisms for coordinating management or enforcement, or preparing the reports and plans described in parts B and C. SEC. 113. DISCONTINUANCE OF ASSISTANCE UNDER PARTS B AND C.

If the Secretary finds that as of the close of the 18th month after secretarial approval of the Commission report under section 110(e), the number of parties which have adopted and implemented the Commission's management program in accordance with the provisions of this title and the report is insufficient to ensure that the management structure is effective and consistent with the standards and objectives in section 110(c), he shall discontinue any further funding under part B or C of this title.

16 USC 3314.