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[75 Stat. 679]
PUBLIC LAW 87-000—MMMM. DD, 1961

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PUBLIC LAW 87-315-fiEPT. 26, 1961

Project 60-b-l, cylinder storage area, Paducah, Kentucky, $500,000. (c) Public Law 85-590, as amended, is further amended by rescinding therefrom authorization for projects, except for funds heretofore obligated, as follows: Project 59-C-9, test assembly building, $510,000. Project 59-d-l, reprocessing pilot plant, Oak Kidge National Laboratory, Tennessee, $3,500,000. Project 59-d-3, fast reactor safety testing station, Nevada test site, $1,367,000. (d) Public Law 85-162, as amended, is further amended by rescinding therefrom authorization for a project, except for funds heretofore obligated, as follows: Project 58-b-6, additions to gaseous diffusion plants, $6,600,000. (e) Public Law 84r-506, as amended, is further amended by rescinding therefrom authorization for projects, except for funds heretofore obligated, as follows: Project 57-a-6, charging and discharging system, Hanford, Washington, $3,450,000. SEC. 109.

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COOPERATIVE POWER REACTOR DEMONSTRATION PROGRAM.—

(a) Section 111 of Public Law 85-162, as amended, is further amended by striking out the date "June 30, 1961," in clause (3) of subsection (a) and inserting in lieu thereof the date "June 30, 1962." (b) There is hereby authorized to be appropriated to the Atomic Energy Commission the sum of $7,000,000 to be available, in addition to the funds heretofore authorized, for carrying out the Commission's power reactor demonstration program in accordance with the terms and conditions provided in sections 110 and 112 of Public Law 86-50. The maximum amount of the program authorization, specified in subsection 110(b) of Public Law 86-50 and section 109 of Public Law 86-457, is increased by $12,000,000. I n addition to the amounts authorized under subsection 110(c) of Public Law 86-50 and section 109 of Public Law 86-457, the Commission is authorized to use funds not to exceed $7,000,000 in the aggregate, to provide research and development assistance in support of unsolicited proposals from the utility industry to construct nuclear power plants. (c) Funds appropriated to the Commission pursuant to the authorization contained in subsections (b) and (d) of section 110 of Public Law 86-50 shall be available to the Commission, notwithstanding the provisions of section 111(f) of Public Law 85-162, for a cooperative arrangement in accordance with the basis for an agreement described in the program justification data for arrangement numbered 60-110-2, a cooperative power reactor project designated as the LaCrosse boiling water reactor. SEC. 110.

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DISPOSITION OF ELECTRIC ENERGY.—

(a) Electric energy produced during the operating life of the electric generating facilities constructed under section 101(a) shall be delivered by the Commission at the site of said generating facilities to, and pursuant to agreement with, the Secretary of the Interior who shall transmit and dispose of such energy under the terms prescribed by section 44 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended. (b) Allocation of costs to the production of such electric energy shall be made jointly by the Commission and the Secretary of the Interior, and, in the event of disagreement, shall be made by the President. Costs so allocated shall be returned to the Treasury from revenue derived by the Secretary from the disposition of electric energy marketed through the Bonneville Power Administration. Approved September 26, 1961.

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