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[75 Stat. 669]
[75 Stat. 669]
PUBLIC LAW 87-000—MMMM. DD, 1961



PUBLIC LAW 87-306-SEPT. 26, 1961


ment credit or finance corporation, any land-grant college or university, any college or school of business, engineering, commerce, or agriculture, or to any corporation formed by two or more of the entities hereinabove described which are eligible to receive such grants, for studies, research, and counseling concerning the managing, financing, and operation of small business enterprises and technical and statistical information necessary thereto in order to carry out the purposes of section 8(b)(1) by coordinating such information with existing information facilities within the State and by making such information available to State and local agencies. The Administrator may recommend to grant applicants particular studies or research which are to be financed by such grants. The total of all grants (including amendments and modifications thereof) made under this subsection within any one State in any one year shall not exceed S40,000. The Administration may require, as a condition to any grant (or amendment or modification thereof) made under this subsection, that an additional amount not exceeding the amount of such grant be provided from sources other than the Administration to assist in carrving out the purposes for which such grant is made: Provided, That it such grant or any part thereof is to be utilized for the purpose of providing counseling services to individual small business enterrises the Administration shall req[uire that such additional amount e provided and in an amount which is equal to the amount of such grant. What constitutes such additional amount may be defined by the Administration." Approved September 26, 1961.


Public Law 87-306 AN ACT To amend section 1362 of title 18 of the United States Code so as to further protect the internal security of the United States by providing penalties for malicious damage to certain communications facilities.

Be it enacted by the Senate and, House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That section 1362 of title 18 of the United States Code is amended to read as follows: '*§ 1362. Communication lines, stations or systems. "Whoever willfully or maliciously injures or destroys any of the works, property, or material of any radio, telegraph, telephone or cable, line, station, or system, or other means of communication, operated or controlled by the United States, or used or intended to De used for military or civil defense functions of the United States, whether constructed or in process of construction, or willfully or maliciously interferes in any way with the working or use of any such line, or system, or willfully or maliciously obstructs, hinders, or delays the transmission of any communication over any such line, or system, shall be fined not more than $10,000 or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both. "In the case of any works, property, or material, not operated or controlled by the United States, this section shall not apply to any lawful strike activity, or other lawful concerted activities for the purposes of collective bargaining or other mutual aid and protection which do not injure or destroy any line or svstem uSed or intended to be used for the military or civil defense functions of the United States." Approved September 26, 1961.

September 26, 1961 [S. 1990]

Communications facilities. P e n a l t i e s for malicious damage. 62 Stat. 764.