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INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE UNIFICATION OF PRIVATE LAW
AND THE HAGUE CONFERENCE ON PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW
SEC. 114. Section 2 of the joint resolution entitled “Joint Resolution to provide for participation by the Government of the United States in the Hague Conference on Private International Law and the International (Rome) Institute for the Unification of Private Law, and authorizing appropriations therefor", approved December 30, 1963 (22 U.S.C. 2690-1), is amended by striking out “, except that” and all that follows through "that year”.
PAN AMERICAN RAILWAY CONGRESS SEC. 115. Section 2(a) of the joint resolution entitled “Joint Resolution providing for participation by the Government of the United States in the Pan American Railway Congress, and authorizing an appropriation therefor”, approved June 28, 1948 (22 U.S.C. 280k), is amended by striking out “Not more than $15,000 annually” and inserting in lieu thereof “Such sums as may be necessary”.
PRIVATE SECTOR REPRESENTATIVES ON UNITED STATES DELEGATIONS
TO INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES
SEC. 120. (a) Sections 203, 205, 207, and 208 of title 18, United States Code, 17 shall not apply to a private sector representative on the United States delegation to an international telecommunications meeting or conference who is specifically designated to speak on behalf of or otherwise represent the interests of the United States at such meeting or conference with respect to a particular matter, if the Secretary of State (or the Secretary's designee) certifies that no Government employee on the delegation is as well qualified to represent United States interests with respect to such matter and that such designation serves the national interest. All such representatives shall have on file with the Department of State the financial disclosure report required for special Government employees.
(b) As used in this section, the term "international telecommunications meeting or conference” means the conferences of the International Telecommunications Union, meetings of its International Consultative Committees for Radio and for Telephone and Telegraph, and such other international telecommunications meetings or conferences as the Secretary of State may designate.
SEC. 126.18 * * * (Repealed-1993)
17 These are provisions of the Ethics in Government Act which restrict the movement of individuals between the Government and private sector.
Sec. 306 of the FRIENDSHIP Act (Public Law 103_199; 107 Stat. 2324) repealed sec. 126, relating to scientific exchange activities with the Soviet Union.
TITLE II—FOREIGN MISSIONS 19
TITLE III-UNITED STATES INFORMATION AGENCY 20
TITLE IV-BOARD FOR INTERNATIONAL BROADCASTING 21
TITLE V-MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
REPORT ON COSTS FOR REFUGEES AND CUBAN AND HAITIAN ENTRANTS
SEC. 502. (a) Not later than 60 days after the date of enactment of this Act, the President shall prepare and transmit to the Congress a full and complete report on the total cost of Federal, State, and local efforts to assist refugees and Cuban and Haitian entrants within the United States or abroad for each of the fiscal years 1981 and 1982. Such report shall include and set forth for each such fiscal year
(1) the costs of assistance for resettlement of refugees and Cuban and Haitian entrants within the United States or abroad;
(2) the costs of United States contributions to foreign governments, international organizations, or other agencies which are attributable to assistance for refugees and Cuban and Haitian entrants;
(3) the costs of Federal, State, and local efforts other than those described in paragraphs (1) and (2) to assist and provide services for refugees and Cuban and Haitian entrants;
(4) administrative and operating expenses of Federal, State, and local governments that are attributable to programs of assistance or services described in paragraphs (1), (2), and (3); and
(5) administrative and operating expenses incurred by the United States because of the entry of such aliens into the Unit
ed States. (b) For purposes of this section
(1) the term “refugees” is used within the meaning of paragraph (42) of section 101(a) of the Immigration and Nationality Act; and
(2) the term “Cubans and Haitian entrants” means Cuban and Haitians paroled into the United States pursuant to section 212(d)(5) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, during
ped in paragrapban and Haitian ent Federal, State,
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10 Title II, cited as the Foreign Missions Act, amended the State Department Basic Authorities Act of 1956 by adding a new title concerning the regulation of foreign missions.
20 For text of free-standing provisions contained in this title, see page 964.
21 For the most part, title IV contained amendments to the Board for International Broadcast. ing Act of 1973.
1980 who have not been given or denied refugee status under that Act
INTERNATIONAL CODE OF MARKETING OF BREASTMILK SUBSTITUTES
SEC. 504. The Congress expresses its strong support for the promotion by the United States of sound infant feeding practices, and continues to be concerned with the sole negative vote cast by the United States against the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes. The Congress urges the President, in light of congressional concern and of new indications of international support for general implementation of the Code, to review the Unit ed States position on the Code prior to the 25th World Health Assembly meeting. The Congress also urges United States infant formula manufacturers to continue to re-examine their own position regarding the Code.
1. Department of State Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 1980
Partial text of Public Law 96-60 (H.R. 3363), 93 Stat. 396, approved August
16, 1979; as amended by Public Law 96-110 (Cambodian Disaster Assistance Authorization Act, H.R. 4955), 93 Stat. 843, approved November 13, 1979; Public Law 96-533 (International Security and Development Cooperation Act of 1980, H.R. 6942), 94 Stat. 3131 at 3151, approved Decem. ber 16, 1980; and by Public Law 97-241 (Department of State Authoriza. tion Act, Fiscal Years 1982 and 1983; S. 1193), 96 Stat. 273 at 298, approved August 24, 1982
AN ACT To authorize appropriations for fiscal years 1980 and 1981 for the Depart
ment of State, the International Communication Agency, and the Board for International Broadcasting.
NOTE.-Sections amend other State Department and foreign relations legislation and are incorporated elsewhere in this compilation.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
TITLE I-DEPARTMENT OF STATE
SHORT TITLE SEC. 101. This title may be cited as the “Department of State Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 1980 and 1981".
AUTHORIZATIONS OF APPROPRIATIONS SEC. 102. (a) There are authorized to be appropriated for the Department of State to carry out the authorities, functions, duties, and responsibilities in the conduct of the foreign affairs of the United States and other purposes authorized by law, the following amounts, subject to the limitation in subsection (b):
(1) For “Administration of Foreign Affairs”, $849,423,000 for the fiscal year 1980 and $1,009,815,000 for the fiscal year 1981."
The Department of State Appropriation Act, 1981 (title I of H.R. 7584), was adopted by Congress on December 3, 1980, but vetoed by the President on December 13, 1980. Appropriations for the Department of State during fiscal year 1981 were governed by Public Law 96-536, a continuing resolution providing funds for any Federal agency which had not yet received funding through an appropriation act. Under the terms of Public Law 96-536, the Department of State was funded at levels established in H.R. 7584. H.R. 7584 appropriated $996,385,000 for Administration of Foreign Alains itemized in the following manner. salaries and expenses$813,000,000; representation allowances-$3,125,000; acquisition, operation, and maintenance of buildings abroad-$118,432,000; acquisition, operation, and maintenance of buildings abroad (special foreign currency program $8,200,000; emergencies in the Diplomatic and Consular
(2) For “International Organizations and Conferences", $502,945,000 for the fiscal year 1980 and $525,082,000 for the fiscal year 1981.2
(3) For "International Commissions", $26,733,000 for the fiscal year 1980 and $26,081,000 for the fiscal year 1981.3
(4) For “Migration and Refugee Assistance”, $104,910,000 for the fiscal year 1979 (in addition to amounts otherwise authorized), $456,241,000 for the fiscal year 1980, and $517,209,000
for the fiscal year 1981.4 (b) The aggregate amount appropriated under paragraphs (1), (2), and (3) of subsection (a) may not exceed $1,369,401,000 for the fiscal year 1980 and may not exceed $1,547,778,000 for the fiscal year 1981.
(c) Funds appropriated under paragraph (2) of subsection (a) may not be used for payment by the United States, as its contribution toward the assessed budget of the United Nations for any year, of any amount which would cause the total amount paid by the United States as its assessed contribution for that year to exceed the amount assessed as the United States contribution for that year less
(1) 25 percent of the amount budgeted for that year for the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People (or any similar successor entity), and
(2) 25 percent of the amount budgeted for that year for the Special Unit on Palestinian Rights (or any similar successor entity).
Service$5,000,000; payment to the American Institute in Taiwan-$6,282,000; payment to the Foreign Service Retirement and Disability Fund $42,346,000.
2 The Department of State Appropriation Act, 1981 (title I of H.R. 7584), was adopted by Congress on December 3, 1980, but veloed by the President on December 13, 1980. Appropriations for the Department of State during fiscal year 1981 were governed by Public Law 96-536, a continuing resolution providing funds for any Federal agency which had not yet received funding through an appropriation act. Under the terms of Public Law 96-536, the Department of State was funded at levels established in H.R. 7584. H.R. 7584 appropriated $538, 110,000 for International Organizations and Conferences itemized in the following manner: contributions to international organizations—$481,110,000; contributions for international peacekeeping activities $50,000,000; international conferences and contingencies $7,000,000.
3 The Department of State Appropriation Act, 1981 (title I of H.R. 7584), was adopted by Congress on December 3, 1980, but vetoed by the President on December 13, 1980. Appropriations for the Department of State during fiscal year 1981 were governed by Public Law 96-536. a continuing resolution providing funds for any Federal agency which had not yet received funding through an appropriation act. Under the terms of Public Law 96_536, the Department of State was funded at levels established in H.R. 7584. H.R. 7584 appropriated $24,713,000 for International Commissions itemized in the following manner. International Boundary and Water Commission, United States and Mexico-$13,675,000; American sections, international commissions—$3,000,000; international fisheries commissions $8,038,000.
Sec. 1 of the Cambodian Disaster Assistance Authorization Act (Public Law 96-110; 93 Stat. 843) substituted authorization figures of $456,241,000 and $457,798,000 in lieu of the original fiscal years 1980 and 1981 authorizations of $248,951,000 and $254,188,000, respectively. The fiscal year 1981 authorization was further increased to $517,209,000 by sec. 406 of the International Security and Development Cooperation Act of 1980 (Public Law 96-533; 94 Stat. 3151).
A foreign assistance appropriation bill was not enacted for fiscal years 1980 or 1981. Since Oct. 1, 1979, programs funded under this appropriation measure operated pursuant to a series of continuing resolutions. The final continuing resolution (H.J. Res. 644, Public Law 96-536) provided (with several exceptions) such amounts as may be necessary for continuing projects or activities "which were conducted in fiscal year 1980 and would be provided for in H.R. 7854, the Foreign Assistance and Related Programs Appropriation Act, 1981, as reported July 29, 1980. at a rate of operations not in excess of the rate which would have been provided under the terms of the conference report (House Report 96–787), and in accordance with associated agreements stated in the Joint Explanatory Statements of the Committee of Conference, accompanying H.R. 4473 • • " (this conference report was never approved by Congress).
Pursuant to Public Law 96_536, the fiscal year 1981 appropriation for Migration and Refugee Assistance was $456,241,000.