Atomic Energy Legislation Through 95th Congress, 2nd Session

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1979 - Nuclear energy - 892 pages

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Contents

GENERAL AUTHORITY
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The Atomic Energy Act of 1954 as amended 1
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Sec 65 Reporting 2096 Sec 66 Acquisition
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Sec 67 Operations on Lands Belonging to the United States 2098 Sec 68 Public and Acquired Lands
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Sec 69 Prohibition
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BYPRODUCT MATERIAL 2111 Sec 81 Domestic Distribution
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Sec 82 Foreign Distribution of Byproduct Material 2113 Sec 83 Ownership and Custody of Certain Byproduct Material and Disposal Sites
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MILITARY APPLICATION OF ATOMIC ENERGY 2121 Sec 91 Authority
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Sec 92 Prohibition CHAPTER 10 ATOMIC ENERGY LICENSES 2131 Sec 101 License Required
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Sec 102 Finding of Practical Value 2133 Sec 103 Commercial Licenses
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Sec 104 Medical Therapy and Research and Development 2135 Sec 105 Antitrust Provisions
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Sec 106 Classes of Facilities 2137 Sec 107 Operators Licenses
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Sec 108 War or National Emergency
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Sec 109 Component Parts of Facilities 2140 Sec 110 Exclusions
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INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES
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Sec 121 Effect of International Arrangements 2152 Sec 122 Policies Contained in International Arrangements 2153 Sec 123 Cooperation With Other...
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Sec 124 International Atomic Pool 2103 Nt Sec 125 Cooperation With Berlin
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Sec 126 Export Licensing Procedures
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Sec 127 Criteria Governing United States Nuclear Exports 2157 Sec 128 Additional Export Criterion and Procedures 2159 Sec 129 Conduct Resultin...
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Sec 130 Congressional Review Procedures 2160 Sec 131 Subsequent Arrangements
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CONTROL OF INFORMATION 2161 Sec 141 Policy
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Sec 142 Classification and Declassification of Restricted Data 2163 Sec 143 Department of Defense Participation 2164 Sec 144 International Coopera...
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Sec 145 Restrictions
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Page 729 - Governments. 3. This Treaty shall enter into force upon the deposit of instruments of ratification by five Governments including the Governments designated as Depositary Governments under this Treaty. 4. For States whose instruments of ratification or accession...
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Page 719 - All the Parties to the Treaty undertake to facilitate, and have the right to participate in, the fullest possible exchange of equipment, materials and scientific and technological information for the peaceful uses of nuclear energy. Parties to the Treaty in a position to do so shall also co-operate in contributing alone or together with other States or international organizations to the further development of the applications of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes, especially in the territories...
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Page 12 - Restricted Data" means all data concerning (1) design, manufacture, or utilization of atomic weapons; (2) the production of special nuclear material; or (3) the use of special nuclear material in the production of energy, but shall not include data declassified or removed from the Restricted Data category pursuant to section 2162 of this title.

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