State jurisdiction. 16 USC 541h.
PUBLIC LAW 93-536-DEC. 22, 1974
oil with respect to matters relating to management of the Area. The members of the advisory council, who shall not exceed eleven in number, shall serve for the individual staggered terms of three years each and shall be appointed by the Secretary as follows— (1) a member to represent each county in which a portion of the Area is located, each such appointee to be designated by the respective governing body of the county involved; (2) a member appointed to represent the State of Oregon, who shall be designated by the Governor of Oregon; and (3) not to exceed eight members appointed by the Secretary from among persons who, individually or through association with national or local organizations, have an interest in the administration of the Area. (b) The Secretary shall designate one member to be chairman and shall fill vacancies in the same manner as the original appointment. (c) The members shall not receive any compensation for their services as members of the advisory council, but they shall be reimbursed for travel expenses and shall be allowed, as appropriate, per diem or actual subsistence expenses. (d) In addition to his consultation with the advisory council, the Secretary shall seek the views of other private groups, individuals, and the public, and shall seek the views and assistance of, and cooperate with, all other Federal, State, and local agencies with responsibilities for zoning, planning, migratory fish, waterfowl, and marine animals, water, and natural resources, and all nonprofit agencies and organizations which may contribute information or expertise about the resources, and the management, of the Area, in order that the knowledge, expertise and views of all agencies and groups may contribute affirmatively to the most sensitive present and future use of the Area and its various subareas for the benefit of the public. SEC. 9. The Secretary shall cooperate with the State of Oregon and political subdivisions thereof in the administration of the Area and in the administration and protection of lands within and adjacent to the Area owned or controlled by the State or political subdivisions thereof. Nothing in this Act shall deprive the State of Oregon or any political subdivision thereof of its right to exercise civil and criminal jurisdiction within the Area consistent with the provisions of this Act, or of its right to tax persons, corporations, franchises or other non-Federal property, in or on the lands or waters within the Area. Approved December 22, 1974. Public Law 93-536
December 22, 1974 [H. R.15818]
National Historical Publications Commission. Name c h a n g e. 44 USC 2 5 0 1.
AN ACT To amend title 44, United States Code, to redesignate the National Historical Publications Commission as the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, to increase the membership of such Commission, and to increase the authorization of appropriations for such Commission.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That (a) chapter 25 of title 44, United States Code, is amended by inserting "AND RECORDS" immediately after "PUBLICATIONS" in the chapter heading.