PUBLIC LAW 87-82-JULY 6, 1961
SEC. 3. Lands added to the Cedar Breaks National Monument pur- Administration, suant to the provisions of this Act shall be administered in accordance with the Act of August 25, 1916, chapter 408 (39 Stat. 535; 16 U.S.C. 1-4), as amended and supplemented, and shall be subject to all laws and regulations applicable to the monument. The lands added to the Dixie National Forest shall be subject to all laws and regulations applicable to the national forest. Approved June 30, 1961.
Public Law 87-82 JOINT RESOLUTION Transferring the management of the Senate Restaurants to the Architect of the Capitol, and for other purposes.
July 6, 1961 [s.j. Resi. loe]
Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Co^g^ess assembled, That effective August 1, senate Restau1961, the management of the Senate Restaurants and all matters con- ment.^' "" ^ " ° ^ ^ nected therewith, heretofore under the direction of the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration, shall be under the direction of the Architect of the Capitol under such rules and regulations as the Architect may prescribe for the operation and the employment of necessary assistance for the conduct of said restaurants by such business methods as may produce the best results consistent with economical and modern management, subject to the approval of the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration as to matters of general policy: Provided, That the management of the Senate Restaurants by the Architect of the Capitol shall cease and the restaurants revert from the jurisdiction of the Architect of the Capitol to the jurisdiction of the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration upon adoption by that committee of a resolution ordering such transfer of jurisdiction at any time hereafter. SEC. 2. The Senate Committee on Rules and Administration after the close of business July 31, 1961, is hereby authorized and directed to transfer to the jurisdiction of the Architect of the Capitol all accounts, records, supplies, equipment, and assets of the Senate Restaurants that may be in the possession or under the control of the said committee in order that all such items may be available to the Architect of the Capitol toward the maintenance and operation of the Senate Restaurants. SEC. 3. The Architect of the Capitol is hereby authorized and directed to carry into effect for the United States Senate the provisions of this Act and to exercise the authorities contained herein, and any resolution of the Senate amendatory hereof or supplementary hereto hereafter adopted. Such authority and direction shall continue until the United States Senate shall by resolution otherwise order, or until the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration shall by resolution order the restaurants to be returned to the committee's jurisdiction. SEC. 4. There is hereby established with the Treasurer of the United ^^^^^^^^ deposit States a special depK>sit account in the name of the Architect of the ^*"^°""'. Capitol for the United States Senate Restaurants, into which shall be deposited all sums received pursuant to this Act or any amendatory or supplementary resolutions hereafter adopted and from the operations tnereunder and from which shall be disbursed the sums necessary in connection with the exercise of the duties required under this Act or any amendatory or supplementary resolutions and the operations thereunder. Any amounts hereafter appropriated from