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A11 68 Stat, 960.
"Sec. 231. CONTEMPT PROCEEDINGS.— In case of failure or refusal to obey a subpena served upon any person pursuant to subsection 161 c., the district court for any district in which such person is found or resides or transacts business, upon application by the Attorney General on behalf of the United States, shall have jurisdiction to issue an order requiring such person to appear and give testimony or to appear and produce documents, or both, in accordance with the subpena; and any failure to obey such order of the court may be punished by such court as a contempt thereof.
“CHAPTER 19. MISCELLANEOUS
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"SEC. 241. TRANSFER QF PROPERTY.—Nothing in this Act shall be deemed to repeal, modify, amend, or alter the provisions of section 9 (a) of the Atomic Energy Act of 1946, as heretofore amended.
Sec. 251. REPORT TO CONGRESS.—Thé Commission shall submit to the Congress, in January and July of each year, a report concerning the activities of the Commission. The Commission shall include in such report, and shall at such other times as it deems desirable submit to the Congress, such recommendations for additional legislation as the Commission deems necessary or desirable.
“Sec. 261. APPROPRIATIONS.—There are hereby authorized to be appropriated such sums as may be necessary and appropriate to carry out the provisions and purposes of this Act except such as may be necessary for acquisition or condemnation of any real property or any facility or for plant or facility acquisition, construction, or expansion. The Acts appropriating such sums may appropriate specifieri portions thereof to be accounted for upon the certification of the Commission only. Funds appropriated to the Commission shall, if obligated by contract during the fiscal year for which appropriated, remain available for expenditure for four years following the expiration of tho fiscal year for which appropriated.
"Sec. 271. AGENCY JURISDICTION.-Nothing in this Act shall be construed to affect the authority or regulations of any Federal, State, or local agency with respect to the generation, sale, or transmission of electric power:
“Sec. 272. APPLICABILITY OF FEDERAL POWER ACT.—Every licensee under this Act who holds a license from the Commission for a utilization or production facility for the generation of commercial electric energy under section 103 and who transmits such electric energy in interstate commerce or sells it at wholesale in interstate commerce shall be subject to the regulatory provisions of the Federal Power Act.
"SEC. 273. LICENSING OF GOVERNMENT AGENCIES.-Nothing in this Act shall preclude any Government agency now or hereafter authorized by law to engage in the production, marketing, or distribution of electric energy from obtaining a license under section 103, if qualified under the provisions of section 103, for the construction and operation of production or utilization facilities for the primary purpose of producing electric energy for disposition for ultimate public consumption.
“SEC. 281. SEPARABILITY.—If any provision of this Act or the application of such provision to any person or circumstances, is held invalid, the remainder of this Act or the application of such provision to per: sons or circumstances other than those as to which it is held invalid, shall not be affected thereby.
“SEC. 291. SHORT TITLE.—This Act may be cited as the 'Atomic Energy Act of 1954'."
All 68 Stat. 961. Sec. 2.
a. Section 1 (d) of the Act of December 29, 1950 (64 Stat. 1129), is 5 USC 1031(d). amended by inserting before the period at the end thereof a semicolon and the following:“when such order was entered by the Atomic Energy Commission, 'agency' means that Commission”.
b. Section 2 of the Act of December 29, 1950 (64 Stat. 1129), is 5 USC 1032. amended by inserting before the period at the end of the first para- Court of Appeals, graph thereof a comma and the following: “and (d) of the Atomic Jurisdiotion. Energy Commission made reviewable by section 189 of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended”.
Ante, po Sec. 3. There is hereby retroceded to the State of New Mexico the New Mexico. exclusive jurisdiction heretofore acquired from the State of New Retrocossion. Mexico by the United States of America over the following land of the United States Atomic Energy Commission in Bernalillo County and within the boundaries of the Sandia base, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Beginning at the center quarter corner of section 30, township 10 north, range 4 east, New Mexico principal meridian, Bernalillo County, New Mexico, thence south no degrees twenty-three minutes thirty seconds west one thousand nine hundred forty-seven and twenty gne-hundredths feet, thence north eighty-nine degrees thirty-six minutes forty-five seconds east two thousand sixty-eight and forty onehundredths feet, thence north eighty-nine degrees three minutes fifteen seconds east five hundred forty-six feet, thence north no degrees thirty-nine minutes no seconds east two hundred thirty-two and seventy one-hundredths feet, thence north eighty-nine degrees twentyone minutes no seconds west eight hundred fifty-two and twenty onehundredths feet, thence north no degrees thirty-nine minutes no seconds east five hundred and sixty one-hundredths feet, thence along the back of the south curb of West Sandia Drive, Sandia Base, Berwalillo County, New Mexico, eight hundred sixty-five and sixty onehundredths feet, thence north no degrees thirty-nine minutes no seconds east one thousand three hundred thirty-five and three-tenths feet to a point south eighty-nine degrees twenty-seven minutes forty-five seconds west a distance of thirty feet from the quarter corner common to sections 30 and 29, township. 10 north, range 4 east, thence south eighty-nine degrees, twenty-seven minutes forty-five seconds west tao thousand six hundred twenty-three and forty one-hundredths feet to the point of beginning.
This retrocession of jurisdiction shall take effect upon acceptance by the State of New Mexico.
Approved August 30, 1954, 9:44 a.m., E.D.T,
All 69 Stat. 47. To authorize the Atomic Energy Commission to construct a modern ottice
building in or near the District of Columbia to serve as its principal office.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the
in D.C. area,
Approved May 6, 1955,
Chapter 304 - Ist Session
H. R. 6795
All 69 Stat. 291. To authorize appropriations for the Atomic Energy Commission for acquisition
or condemnation real property or any facilities, or for plant or facility acquisition, construction, or expansion, and for other purposes.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
Sec. 101. There is hereby authorized to be appropriated to the AEC appropria Atomic Energy Commission the sum of $269,159,000 for acquisition or ation.
. condemnation of any real property or any facility or for plant or
Acquisition, facility acquisition, construction, or expansion, as follows:
etc., of (a) ATOMIC WEAPONS.-Project 56-8-1, production or development
property. plants or facilities, $20,000,000.
(b) REACTOR DEVELOPMENT.–
1. Project 56-b-1, power reactor development acceleration project, $25,000,000.
2. Project 56-6-2, fast power breeder pilot facility (EBR-II), $14,850,000.
3. Project 56–6–3, surface ship reactor facility, $25,000,000.
5. Project 56-b-5, submarine advanced reactor development facilities, Schenectady, New York, $3,100,000.
6. Project 56-6-6, aircraft nuclear propulsion program plant and test area, Arco, Idaho, $13,000,000.
7. Project 56–6–7, aircraft reactor test plant, $1,437,000.
8. Project 56-b-8, modifications and expansions to ANP ground test plant, Idaho, $1,000,000.
9. Project 56–6–9, special reactor facilities construction program, $2,000,000. 10. Project 56-6-10, reactor core test facility, Arco, Idaho, $600,000.
(c) PHYSICAL RESEARCH.—Project 56-c-1, particle accelerator program, $10,000,000.
(d) SpeciaL NUCLEAR MATERIAL.
1. Project 564d-1, metallex pilot facility, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, $1,000,000.
2. Project 56-d-2, reactor facilities modifications, Hanford, Washington, $11,900,000.
3. Project 56-d-3, special reactor facilities equipment, Hanford, Washington, $5,600,000.
4. Project 56-d-4, modifications to separations and processing facilities, Hanford, Washington, $2,560,000.
5. Project 56–d-5, conversion of pilot plant and facility to production plant and facility, Fernald, Ohio, $600,000.
6. Project 56-d-6, barrier plant addition, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, $2,200,000.
7. Project 56-d-7, new barrier development plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, $404,000.
8. Project 56-d-8, expansion of metal recovery facility, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, $370,000.
(e) SOU'RCE AND OTHER RAW MATERIALS.i. Project 56e-1, expansion and modification of ore processing plant, Monticello. Utah, $1,550,000.
2. Project 56-2-2, storage sites for vanadium bearing tailings, $500,000.
(f) ATOMIC WEAPONS.
i. Project 56-f-1, art construction project, fiscal year 1956 increment, $17,873,000.
2. Project 56–f-2, expansion of weapons material fabrication plant and facility, $15,000,000.
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3. Project 56-1-3, new Sigma Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico, $4,015,000.
4. Project 56-f-4, detonator production plant, $3,750,000.
5. Project 56–f-5, base construction, Pacific proving ground, $1,568,000.
6. Project 56-f-6, Rocky Flats, Colorado, plant and facilities, $1,330,000.
7. Project 56–f-7, base construction, Nevada test site, $927,000.
8. Project 50-f-8, addition to technical laboratory shop building, Los Alamos, New Mexico, $735,000.
(g) REACTOR DEVELOPMENT.-
2. Project 56-8-2, reactor training school, Argonne National Laboratory, $712,000.
3. Project 56-4-3, chemistry cave for radioactive materials, Argonne National Laboratory, $148,000.
4. Project 56-g-4, reactor engineering building addition, Argonne National Laboratory, $295,000.
5. Project 56-8-5, high level chemical development facility, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, $280,000.
6. Project 56-9-6, research reactor, Philippine Government, $500,000.
7. Project 56--7, research reactors for the development of peacetime uses of atomic energy under Agreements for Cooperation, $5,000,000.
(h) PILYSICAL RESEARCH.
1. Project 56-h-1, conversion of existing building to development plant, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, $1,150,000.
2. Project 536-1-2, fabrication plant for development equipment, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, $140,000.
(i) BIOLOGY AND MEDICIXE.- Project 56-i-1, medical research plant and facility, Brookhaven National Laboratory, $6,040,000.
(j) COMMUNITY. 1. Project 56-j-1, additional housing units, Monticello, Utah, $250,000.
2. Project 56-j-2, new community hospital, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, $2,900,000.
3. Project 56-j-3, water and sewer replacements and improvements, Richland, Washington, $160,000.
4. Project 56-j-4, housing program (group 18), Los llamos, New Mexico, $3,500,000.
(k) SOURCE AND OTHER RAW MATERIALS.--Project 56-k-1, offsite access roads, $4,165,000.
(1) GENERAL PLANT PROJECTS.—$17,960,000.
(a) The ('ommission is authoriz::d to start any project set fortli in subsections 101 (a) through 101 (d) only if the currently estimated cost of that project does not exceed by more than 25 per centum the estimated cost set forth for that project.
(b) The Commission is authorized to start any project set forth in subsections 101 (e) through 101 (j) only if the currently estimated cost of that project does not exceed by more than 10 per centum the estimated cost set forth for that project.
(c) The Commission is authorized to start the project set forth in subsection 101 (k) only if the currently estimated cost of the project does not exceed the estimated cost set forth for that project.
(d) The (Commission is authorized to start a project under subsection 101 (1) only if it is in accordance with the following:
1. For community operations, the maximum currently estimated cost of any project shall be $100,000 and the maximum currently esti