PUBLIC LAW 260-AUG. 13, 1953
EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO NAME, EMBLEM, SEALS, AND BADGES
SEC. 17. The corporation, and its subordinate divisions and regional, State, and local chapters, shall have the sole and exclusive right to use the name, National Safety Council. The corporation shall have the exclusive and sole right to use, or to allov7 or refuse the use of, such emblems, seals, and badges as it may legally adopt, and such emblems, seals, and badges as have heretofore been used by the Illinois corporation referred to in section 18 in carrying out its program, it being distinctly understood, however, that nothing in this Act shall interfere or conflict vrith established or vested rights. TRANSFER or ASSETS
SEC. 18. The corporation may acquire the assets of the National Safety Council, Incorporated, a corporation organized under the laws of the State of Illinois, upon discharging or satisfactorily providing for the payment and discharge of all of the liability of such corporation and upon complying with all laws of the State of Illinois applicable thereto. RESERVATION OF RIGHT TO AMEND OR REPEAL CHARTER
SEC. 19. The right to alter, amend, or repeal this Act is hereby expressly reserved. Approved August 13, 1953. Public Law 260 August 13, 1953 [S.2097]
Eklutna project, Alaska.
Continuation of construction.
CHAPTER 430 AN ACT
To amend the Act of July 31, 1950 (64 Stat. 382), relating to appropriations for construction by the Secretary of the Interior of the Eklutna project, Alaska.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Act of July 31, 1950 (64 Stat. 382), be amended as follows: (1) By amending the first sentence of section 1 to read as follows: "That in order to encourage and promote the economic development of the Territory of Alaska, to foster the establishment of essential industries in said Territory, and to further the self-sufficiency of national defense installations located therein, the Secretary of the Interior (hereinafter referred to as the 'Secretary') is authorized to construct, operate, and maintain the Eklutna project in the vicinity of Anchorage, Alaska, consisting of a low dam at Lake Eklutna, a diversion tunnel and penstock, a power plant with an installed capacity of thirty thousand kilowatts, transmission lines to Anchorage and other load centers, and related works (except recreational facilities) substantially in accordance with the plans and recommendations in the report adopted by the Secretary of the Interior on January 18, 1949, on file with the Committee on Public Lands of the House of Representatives and the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs of the Senate at an estimated cost not to exceed $33,000,000." (2) By adding a new paragraph to section 1, as follows: "The continuation of construction of the Eklutna project beyond December 1, 1953, is hereby made contingent upon there being a finding by the Secretary by that date that he and the proper officials of the city of Anchorage, Alaska, have approved a form of contract whereby the