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MISCELLANEOUS APPROPRIATION ACT
Public Law 92-56
July 29, 1971
Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That, notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Joint Committee on the Library is hereby authorized to accept on behalf of the Congress, as a gift from the United States Capítol Historical Society, preliminary design sketches prepared by Allyn Cox, artist of New York City, intended as a basic design for murals proposed to be painted on the ceiling and walls of the east corridor, first floor, in the House wing of the United States Capitol.
Sec. 2. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Architect of the Capitol is authorized
(1) to accept in the name of the United States from the United States Capitol Historical Society the sum of $80,000, and such $80,000 other sums as such society may tender, and such sum or sums, when so received, shall be credited to the appropriation account "Capitol Buildings, Architect of the Capitol"; and
(2) subject to section 3 of this joint resolution, to expend such sum or sums for employment, by contract of Allyn Cox, artist of New York City, for the execution by him of mural decorations on the ceiling and walls of the east corridor, first floor, in the House wing of the United States Capitol, in substantial accordance with the preliminary design sketches referred to in the first section of this joint resolution,
after the acceptance by the Joint Committee on the Library, and for all necessary items in connection therewith, subject to such modifications thereof as may
be approved by such joint committee. Sec. 3. The Architect of the Capitol, under the direction of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, is authorized to enter into contracts and to incur such other obligations and make such expenditures, as may be necessary to carry out the purposes of this joint resolution.
Sec. 4. Sums received under this joint resolution, when credited to the appropriation account “Capitol Buildings, Architect of the
Capitol”, shall be available for expenditure and shall remain available until expended. Any net monetary amounts remaining after the completion of the project authorized by this joint resolution and in excess of the cost of such project shall be returned to the United States Capitol Historical Society.
Approved July 29, 1971.
LEGISLATIVE HISTORY: Torsd
June 7, considered and passed House,
Public Law 92-208 92nd Congress, H, R. 3749 December 18, 1971
For the relief of Richard C. Walker and to create an additional judicial district
in the State of Louisiana.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of th United States of America in Congress assembled, That former Star Sergeant Richard C. Walker, United States Marine Corps (200-7 33), of Thibodaux, Louisiana, is relieved of liability to the Unit States in the amount of $547.52 representing certain excess pay allowances paid to him during his active service in the United Su Marine Corps as the result of administrative errors and without i on his part. In the audit and settlement of the accounts of any cert ing or disbursing officer of the United States, credit shall be given amounts for which liability is relieved by this section.
Sec. 2. (a) The Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and din to pay, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropri to the said Richard C. Walker an amount equal to the aggregate a amounts paid by him, or withheld from sums otherwise due hin respect to the indebtedness to the United States specified in t section of this Act.
(b) No part of the amount appropriated in subsection (a) section shall be paid or delivered to or received by any a attorney on account of services rendered in connection with suc and the same shall be unlawful, any contract to the contrary standing. Any person violating the provisions of this section deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction there fined in any sum not exceeding $1,000.
Sec. 3. (a) Section 98 of title 28 of the United Stat amended to read as follows: "S 98. Louisiana
"Louisiana is divided into three judicial districts to be k Eastern, Viddle, and Western Districts of Louisiana.
"(a) The Eastern District comprises the parishes of Jefferson, Lafourche, Orleans, Plaquemines, Saint Be Charles, Saint James, Saint John the Baptist, Saint Tai gipahoa, Terrebonne, and Washington. *Court for the Eastern District shall be held at New Orl
“(1) The Opelousas Division comprises the
"('ourt for the Opelousas Division shall b
“(2) The Alexandria Division comprise
"('ourt for the Álexandria Division shal
92-208 Bossier, Caddo, Claiborne, De Soto, Xatchitoches, Red River, Sabine, , H. R. Ind Webster. 18, 1971 "Court for the Shreveport Division shall be held at Shreveport.
"(t) The Monroe Division comprises the parishes of Caldwell,
Concordia, East Carroll, Franklin, Jackson, Lincoln, Madison, MoreIct
louse, Ouachita, Richland, Tensas, Union, and West Carroll.
"Court for the Monroe Division shall be held at Monroe. o create an sils" (5) The Lake Charles Division comprises the parishes of Allen, Louisiana eauregard, Calcasieu, Cameron, Jefferson Davis, and Vernon.
"Court for the Lake Charles Division shall be held at Lake Charles. House of Rur" (6) The Lafayette Division comprises the parishes of Acadia, 988 assembl.eria, Lafayette, Saint Martin, Saint Mary, and Vermilion. d States Mae **Court for the Lafayette Division shall be held at Lafayette." liered of lib(b) The district judge for the Eastern District of Louisiana holding resenting cei ce on the day immediately prior to the effective date of this section,
tive service it? whose official station on such date is Baton Rouge, shall, on and istrative errusiar such date, be the district judge for
the Middle District of Louisint of the accome. All cther district judges for the Eastern District of Louisiana d States, credit ling office on the day immediately prior to the effective date of ed by this setin section shall be district judges for the Eastern District of Louisieasury is author as constituted by this section. sury not otherws) (1) Nothing in this section
shall in any manner affect the tenure Junt equal to the efice of the United States attorney and the l’nited States marshal om sums others he Eastern District of Louisiana who are in office on the effective nited States spell of this section, and who shall be during the remainder of their
nt terms of office the United States attorney and marshal for the priated in Selenium District of Louisiana as constituted by this section. ed in connection of the Senate, a United States attorney and marshal for the ontract to the core District of Louisiana. upon conviction t'is amended to read as follows with respect to the State of rovisions of this & The table contained in section 133 of title 28 of the United States
of the United
icial districts to be
1 ection 134(c) of title 28 of the United States Code is amended es the parishes of hg the first sentence. emines, Saint Bere provisions of this section shall become effective one hun
after the of enactment of this Act. oved December 18, 1971,
Baptist, Saint To je held at New Orle
of As , Livingston, Po
hall be availab
of the cost of such pro (Comm. on the Judiciary).
and passed House.
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by any other provis following the enact notas for burley to ktober 1, 1971, brketing quota for b ber 1, 1971, as pro k such proclamatio amers engaged in ietermine whether rketing quotas on the three marke by determines that ferendum approve ptas as provided keting years. If ved by at least tv marketing quo lect for the ma he provisions o national mark ear subsequent hall be proclai determine and second and t th marketing a 4, the amount If marketin under this se be last year of "as are ii quotas for bu mars as provid melamation, tl o section 2
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ution 312 of feting quota a ed in this se e in effect 1 y referendur
to the farm Veendum.
blic Law 92-10 Congress, s. 789 pril 14, 1971
, An Act
quota provisions of the Agricultural Adjustment of 1938, as amended,
hate and House of Representatives of the
52 Stat. 31;
7 USC 1281, E QU'OTAS FOR BU'RLEY TOBACCO
1314d. Inding any other provision of law, the Secays following the enactment of this section, 8 quotas for burley tobacco for the three
October 1, 1971, and determine and marketing quota for burley tobacco for the Sctober 1, 1971, as provided in this section. ing such proclamation, the Secretary shall Referendum. farmers engaged in the production of the b determine whether they favor or oppose narketing quotas on a poundage basis as
the three marketing years beginning ary determines that two-thirds or more of ferendum approve marketing quotas on a uotas as provided in this section shall be rketing years. If marketing quotas on a pved by at least two-thirds of the farmers lo marketing quotas or price support for ffect for the marketing year beginning the provisions of section 312 of the Act 69 Stat. 557.
national marketing quotas for burley 7 USC 1312. year subsequent to the marketing year hall be proclaimed as provided in this determine and announce, not later than le second and third marketing years of ich marketing quotas on a poundage basis 85 STAT. 23 in, the amount of the national marketing 85 STAT. 24 5. If marketing quotas have been made is under this section, the Secretary shall, the last year of three consecutive marketng quotas are in effect under this section, & quotas for burley tobacco for the next years as provided in this section. Within Referendum, proclamation, the Secretary shall conduct th section 312(c) of the Act. If the
han one-third of the farmers voting botas, he shall announce the results
e support shall be in effect for such arketing year of such three-year period. of section 312 of the Act shall apply: Proarketing quota and farm marketing quotas pvided in this section. Notice of the farm ill be in effect for his farm for the first y any referendum under this section shall, hailed to the farm operator in sufficient time referendum.