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[84 STAT. 1973]
[84 STAT. 1973]
PUBLIC LAW 91-000—MMMM. DD, 1970

84 STAT. ]

PUBLIC LAW 91-662-JAN. 8, 1971

SEC. 304. Nothing in this Act shall be construed to affect the provisions of any treaty now or hereafter in force between the United States and Great Britain relating to Canada or between the United States and Canada, or of any order or agreement made or entered into pursuant to any such treaty, which by its terms would be applicable to the lands and waters which may be acquired by the Secretary hereunder, including, without limitation on the generality of the foregoing, the Convention Between the United States and Canada on Emergency Regulation of Level of Rainy Lake and of Other Boundary Waters in the Rainy Lake "Watershed, signed September 15, 1938, and any order issued pursuant thereto. SEC. 305. The Secretary is authorized to make provision for such roads within the park as are, or will be, necessary to assure access from present and future State roads to public facilities within the park.


54 Stat. 1800. Access roads.


SEC. 401. There are authorized to be appropriated such sums as may be necessary to carry out the provisions of this Act, not to exceed, however, $26,014,000 for the acquisition of property, and not to exceed $19,179,000 (June 1969 prices) for development, plus or minus such amounts, if any, as may be justified by reason of ordinary fluctuations in construction costs as indicated by engineering cost indices applicable to the types of construction involved herein. Approved January 8, 1971.

Public Law 91-662 AN ACT



January 8, 1971

To amend the Tariff Act of 1930 and the United States Code to remove the prohibitions against importing, transporting, and mailing in the United States mails articles for preventing conception.

[H. R. 4605]

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the first sen- contraceptives. tence of section 305(a) of the Tariff Act of 1930 (19 U.S.C. 1305(a)) hibuLnZ^re!" is amended by striking out "for the prevention of conception or". movai. SEC. 2. Section 552 of title 18 of the United States Code is amended 62 stat! 7is! by striking out "preventing conception or". SEC. 3. Section 1461 of title 18 of the United States Code is amended: ^2 Stat. 768. (1) by striking out "preventing conception or" each place it appears, (2) by striking out "conception may be prevented or" in the fourth paragraph thereof, and (3) by inserting "may be" before the word "produced" in the fourth paragraph thereof. SEC. 4. Section 1462 of title 18 of the United States Code is amended ^'^ ^'^ i^^by striking out "preventing conception, or". SEC. 5. (a) Section 4001 of title 39 of the United States Code, relat- Nonmailable ing to nonmailable matter, is amended by adding at the end thereof ""^rstat. 654; the following new subsection: si Stat. 623; ' " (d)(1) Any matter which is unsolicited by the addressee and ^°^P-^^^'*which is designed, adapted, or intended for preventing conception (except unsolicited samples thereof mailed to a manufacturer thereof, a dealer therein, a licensed physician or surgeon, or a nurse, pharmacist, druggist, hospital, or clinic) is nonmailable matter, shall not be carried or delivered by mail, and shall be disposed of as the Postmaster General directs.