94 STAT. 3286
PUBLIC LAW 96-561—DEC. 22, 1980 PART E—MISCELLANEOUS
16 USC 3341.
SEC. 140. REGULATIONS.
The Secretary of Commerce and the Secretary of the Interior may each promulgate such regulations, in accordance with section 553 of title 5, United States Code, as may be necessary to carry out his functions under this title. 16 USC 3342.
SEC. 141. REPORTS AND MONITORING.
(a) REPORTS.—The State of Washington, the State of Oregon, and the appropriate tribal coordinating bodies shall submit to the appropriate Secretary an annual report on the status of the programs authorized by this title or any other relevant report requested by such Secretary. (b) MONITORING.—After the 18-month period after approval of the report of the Salmon and Steelhead Advisory Commission under Part B, the Secretary of Commerce shall establish a system to monitor and evaluate on a continuing basis whether the management program set forth in the report is being effectively implemented. If at any time after the monitoring system is established, the Secretary finds that— (1) the number of parties referred to in section 113 has been reduced to the extent that such program cannot be implemented effectively; or (2) the general implementation of the program is ineffective; the Secretary shall immediately discontinue any further funding under part C. 16 USC 3343.
16 USC 1851.
SEC. 142. RELATIONSHIP TO PROVISIONS OF FISHERY CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT ACT OF 1976.
(a) CONSISTENCY.—Nothing in this title shall be construed as affecting the provisions of title III of the Fishery Conservation and Management Act of 1976 as it applies with respect to fishery management plans and their application to any fishery, except that the Pacific Fishery Management Council shall ensure that existing and future fishery management plans are consistent with any recommended program approved under section 110 and any enhancement plan under part C. (b) FLEET MOBILITY.—The Secretary of Commerce in coordination
with the Pacific Fishery Management Council in its salmon management plan shall ensure that the fishing effort reduction that results from the fleet adjustment program of part D and the license moratorium of the State of Washington is not replaced by new fishing effort from outside such State. 16 USC 3344.
SEC. 143. RELATION TO OTHER LAWS.
Nothing in this title shall be construed— (1) to diminish Federal, State, or tribal jurisdiction, responsibility, or rights in the field of resource enhancement and management, or control of water resources, submerged lands, or navigable waters; nor to limit the authority of Congress to authorize and fund projects; or (2) as superseding, modifying, or repealing any existing applicable law, except as provided for in section 143 of this title. 16 USC 3345.
SEC. 144. AUTHORIZATION OF ADDITIONAL APPROPRIATION.
In addition to other authorizations of appropriations contained in this title, there are authorized to be appropriated to the Secretary of Commerce beginning October 1, 1981, an amount not to exceed $5,000,000 for the purpose of developing fisheries port facilities in the