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2. The hearing boards and their functions relating to water-qu and enforcement (see sec. 10(c) (4)).

3. The Water Pollution Control Administration (see sec. 2).

4. The plan establishes a position of Assistant Secretary of th abolishes such a position in the Department of Health, Educatio (see sec. 1(b)).

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III. OTHER FUNCTIONS TRANSFERRED TO THE SECRETARY OF THI 1. Authority to certify to the Secretary of Housing and Urbai that waste material carried by sewer facilities constructed with 1 made available under section 702 of the Housing and Urban De of 1965 (79 Stat. 490) will be adequately treated before it is disch public waterway to meet water-quality standards.

2. Authority to certify that waste material carried by sewer o disposal facilities constructed with Federal funds made availabl of the Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965 (79 Sta adequately treated before it is discharged into any public water meet water-quality standards.

3. Authority to make grants for the construction of sewage tre in the Appalachian region using funds under section 212 of the Regional Development Act of 1965 (79 Stat. 16).

4. Authority to extend, in individual cases, the period during Public Health Service officers may transfer to the Federal Water I trol Administration. The Secretary of Health, Education, and concur in this extension (see sec. 2(b) of the Water Quality Act Stat. 904)).

5. Authority relating to retirement credit and compensation for Public Health Service officers (see sec. 2 (c) and (g) of the Water of 1965).

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DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR BY REORGANIZATION PLAN NO 1. All functions of the Secretary of Health, Education, and Wel Surgeon General under section 301 of the Public Health Service Act, (42 U.S.C. 241), relating to research, investigations, experiments tions, and studies relating to the causes, diagnosis, treatment, cont vention of physical and mental diseases and impairments of man, inc purification, sewage treatment, and pollution of lakes and streams.

2. Other functions of the Secretary relating to the public healt water pollution control which are involved in programs such as health, solid waste disposal, and interstate quarantine (see sec. 1(1 Federal Water Pollution Control Act, as amended).

3. The functions of the Secretary of Health, Education, and Well to the health aspects of the need for and value of the inclusion of regulation of streamflow for water-quality control at Federal res sec. 3(b) of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, as amended).

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SUMMARY OF MAJOR PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES AUTHORIZED BY TH

WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT, AS AMENDED TO OCTOBER 2, 1 The major activities provided for under the act are :

1. Federal-State cooperation in the development of comprehensiv for the control of water pollution.

2. Encouragement by the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welf state cooperation and uniform State laws with respect to the control tion of water pollution.

3. Conduct of technical assistance, research, training and inform ities in the field of water pollution control by requiring the Secretary tion with appropriate public (Federal, State, interstate or local)

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2. The hearing boards and their functions relating to wate and enforcement (see sec. 10(c) (4)).

3. The Water Pollution Control Administration (see sec. 2).

4. The plan establishes a position of Assistant Secretary abolishes such a position in the Department of Health, Educ (see sec. 1(b)).

III. OTHER FUNCTIONS TRANSFERRED TO THE SECRETARY OF 1. Authority to certify to the Secretary of Housing and U that waste material carried by sewer facilities constructed w made available under section 702 of the Housing and Urban of 1965 (79 Stat. 490) will be adequately treated before it is d public waterway to meet water-quality standards.

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3. Authority to make grants for the construction of sewage in the Appalachian region using funds under section 212 of Regional Development Act of 1965 (79 Stat. 16).

4. Authority to extend, in individual cases, the period durii Public Health Service officers may transfer to the Federal Wat trol Administration. The Secretary of Health, Education, ar concur in this extension (see sec. 2(b) of the Water Quality Stat. 904)).

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3. The functions of the Secretary of Health, Education, and W to the health aspects of the need for and value of the inclusion regulation of streamflow for water-quality control at Federal re sec. 3(b) of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, as amended)

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APPENDIX B
SUMMARY OF MAJOR PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES AUTHORIZED BY TI

WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT, AS AMENDED TO OCTOBER 2, 1
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1. Federal-State cooperation in the development of comprehensiv for the control of water pollution.

2. Encouragement by the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfs state cooperation and uniform State laws with respect to the control tion of water pollution.

3. Conduct of technical assistance, research, training and informa ities in the field of water pollution control by requiring the Secretary, tion with appropriate public (Federal, State, interstate or local) 8

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II. FUNCTIONS TRANSFERRED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

1. The Water Pollution Control Advisory Board and its functions (see sec. 9).

2. The hearing boards and their functions relating to water-quality standards and enforcement (see sec. 10(c) (4)).

3. The Water Pollution Control Administration (see sec. 2).

4. The plan establishes a position of Assistant Secretary of the Interior and abolishes such a position in the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (see sec. 1(b)).

III. OTHER FUNCTIONS TRANSFERRED TO THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR

1. Authority to certify to the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development that waste material carried by sewer facilities constructed with Federal grants made available under section 702 of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1965 (79 Stat. 490) will be adequately treated before it is discharged into any public waterway to meet water-quality standards.

2. Authority to certify that waste material carried by sewer or other waste disposal facilities constructed with Federal funds made available under tile I of the Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965 (79 Stat. 552) will be adequately treated before it is discharged into any public waterway so as to meet water-quality standards.

3. Authority to make grants for the construction of sewage treatment works in the Appalachian region using funds under section 212 of the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965 (79 Stat. 16).

4. Authority to extend, in individual cases, the period during which certain Public Health Service officers may transfer to the Federal Water Pollution Control Administration. The Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare must concur in this extension (see sec. 2(b) of the Water Quality Act of 1965 (79 Stat. 904)).

5. Authority relating to retirement credit and compensation for transferred Public Health Service officers (see sec. 2 (c) and (g) of the Water Quality Act of 1965).

IV. FUNCTIONS NOT TRANSFERRED TO THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR OR THE

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR BY REORGANIZATION PLAN NO. 2

1. All functions of the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare and the Surgeon General under section 301 of the Public Health Service Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 241), relating to research, investigations, experiments, demonstrations, and studies relating to the causes, diagnosis, treatment, control and prevention of physical and mental diseases and impairments of man, including water purification, sewage treatment, and pollution of lakes and streams.

2. Other functions of the Secretary relating to the public health aspects of water pollution control which are involved in programs such as radiological health, solid waste disposal, and interstate quarantine (see sec. 1(b) (2) of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, as amended).

3. The functions of the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare relative to the health aspects of the need for and value of the inclusion of storage for regulation of streamflow for water-quality control at Federal reservoirs (see sec. 3(b) of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, as amended).

APPENDIX B

SUMMARY OF MAJOR PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES AUTHORIZED BY THE FEDERAL

WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT, AS AMENDED TO OCTOBER 2, 1965

The major activities provided for under the act are:

1. Federal-State cooperation in the development of comprehensive programs for the control of water pollution.

2. Encouragement by the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare of interstate cooperation and uniform State laws with respect to the control and prevention of water pollution.

3. Conduct of technical assistance, research, training and information activities in the field of water pollution control by requiring the Secretary, in cooperation with appropriate public (Federal, State, interstate or local) authorities,

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