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For purposes of clause (iii), equity interests owned by a member (or the spouse of a member) of a qualified Indian tribe shall be treated as owned by the tribe.
(B) QUALIFIED INDIAN TRIBE.-For purposes of subparagraph (A), an Indian tribe is a qualified Indian tribe with respect to an entity if such entity
is engaged in a fishing rights-related activity of such tribe. (c) SPECIAL RULES.
(1) DISTRIBUTIONS FROM QUALIFIED INDIAN ENTITY.-For purposes of this section, any distribution with respect to an equity interest in a qualified Indian entity of an Indian tribe to a member of such tribe shall be treated as derived by such member from a fishing rights-related activity of such tribe to the extent such distribution is attributable to income derived by such entity from a fishing rights-related activity of such tribe.
(2) DE MINIMIS UNRELATED AMOUNTS MAY BE EXCLUDED.—If, but for this paragraph, all but a de minimis amount
(A) derived by a qualified Indian tribal entity, or by an individual through such an entity, is entitled to the benefits of paragraph (1) of subsection (a), or
(B) paid to an individual for services is entitled to the benefits of para
graph (2) of subsection (a), then the entire amount shall be entitled to the benefits of such paragraph.
(Internal References.S.S. Act $8201(a) and(g); 205(c); 208(a); and 1107(a) cite the Internal Revenue Code of 1939 and S.S.Act $8201(a), (b), and (g); 202(v); 203(f) and (k); 205(c) and (p); 208(a); 209(a), (b), (f), (g), (i), (j), and (k); 210(a), (p), and (q); 211(a), (c), (d), (e), and (h); 215(a); 2166); 218(e); 229(b); 230(c); 302(c); and 452(b); 464(a); 1101(a); 1107(a); 1131(a); 1137(a), (b) and (c); 1141(b) and (g), and 1202(b); 11402; 611(d); and (e); 1817(a) and (f); 1862(b); 1877(h); 1886(b); 1928(d); 2002(a) and 3121 cite the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 and 1986. S.S. Act $8; 303(a); and (b) cite the Federal Unemployment Tax Act[883301-3311 of the IRC).S.S. Act title IV, part D and 88232 and 1106; catchlines and 88201(b),and 202(v); 205(c); 208(a), 209(a), (b), (g) and (j); 210(a) and (q); 230(c); 303(a);706(d); 709(a); 710(a); 1131(a); 1202(b); 1817(a) and (f); and 1886(b) have footnotes referring to P.L. 83-591.)
SEC. 33 (22 U.S.C. 2705) The following documents shall have the same force and effect as proof of United States citizenship as certificates of naturalization or of citizenship issued by the Attorney General or by a court having naturalization jurisdiction:
(1) A passport, during its period of validity (if such period is the maximum period authorized by law), issued by the Secretary of State to a citizen of the United States.
(2) The report, designated as a “Report of Birth Abroad of a Citizen of the United States”, issued by a consular officer to document a citizen born abroad. For purposes of this paragraph, the term “consular officer” includes any United States citizen employee of the Department of State who is designated by the Secretary of State to adjudicate nationality abroad pursuant to such regulations as the Secretary may prescribe.
P.L. 86-372 (Internal Reference.S.S. Act 8205 catchline has a footnote referring to P.L. 84885.)
P.L. 86-372, Approved September 23, 1959 (73 Stat. 654)
Housing Act of 1959
SEC. 202 (12 U.S.C. 17019) SUPPORTIVE HOUSING FOR THE ELDERLY. (h) Development cost limitations (1) In general
The Secretary shall periodically establish development cost limitations by market area for various types and sizes of supportive housing for the elderly by publishing a notice of the cost limitations in the Federal Register. The cost limitations shall reflect
(A) the cost of construction, reconstruction, or rehabilitation of supportive housing for the elderly that meets applicable State and local housing and building codes;
(B) the cost of movables necessary to the basic operation of the housing, as determined by the Secretary;
(C) the cost of special design features necessary to make the housing accessible to elderly persons;
(D) the cost of special design features necessary to make individual dwelling units meet the physical needs of elderly project residents;
(E) the cost of congregate space necessary to accommodate the provision of supportive services to elderly project residents;
(F) if the housing is newly constructed, the cost of meeting the energy efficiency standards promulgated by the Secretary in accordance with section 12709 of title 42; and
(G) the cost of land, including necessary site improvement.
In the case of existing housing and related facilities to be acquired, the cost limitations shall include
(A) the cost of acquiring such housing,
(B) the cost of rehabilitation, alteration, conversion, or improvement, including the moderate rehabilitation thereof, and
(C) the cost of the land on which the housing and related facilities are located. (3) Annual adjustments
The Secretary shall adjust the cost limitation not less than once annually to reflect changes in the general level of construction, reconstruction, or rehabilitation costs. (4) Incentives for savings
(A) Special housing account
The Secretary shall use the development cost limitations established under paragraph (1) or (2) to calculate the amount of financing to be made
available to individual owners. Owners which incur actual development costs that are less than the amount of financing shall be entitled to retain 50 percent of the savings in a special housing account. Such percentage shall be increased to 75 percent for owners which add energy efficiency features which
(i) exceed the energy efficiency standards promulgated by the Secretary in accordance with section 12709 of title 42;
(ii) substantially reduce the life-cycle cost of the housing;
(iv) enhance tenant comfort and convenience.
The special housing account established under subparagraph (A) may be used
(i) to supplement services provided to residents of the housing or funds set aside for replacement reserves, or
(ii) for such other purposes as determined by the Secretary. (5) Design flexibility
The Secretary shall, to the extent practicable, give owners the flexibility to design housing appropriate to their location and proposed resident population within broadly defined parameters.
(6) Use of funds from other sources
An owner shall be permitted voluntarily to provide funds from sources other than this section for amenities and other features of appropriate design and construction suitable for supportive housing for the elderly if the cost of such amenities is (A) not financed with the advance, and (B) is not taken into account in determining the amount of Federal assistance or of the rent contribution of tenants. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, assistance amounts provided under this section may be treated as amounts not derived from a Federal grant.
(Internal Reference.S.S. Act 1612(b) cites the Housing Act of 1959 and81612(b) catchline and $82(a),402(a), 1002(a), 1402(a), and 1602(a)(State) have footnotes referring to P.L. 86-372, P.L. 95-557, $410(b) (this volume) cites $202 of P.L. 86-372.)
P.L. 87-293, Approved September 22, 1961 (75 Stat. 612)
Peace Corps Act
(c) Volunteers shall be entitled to receive a readjustment allowance at a rate not less than $125 for each month of satisfactory service as determined by the President. The readjustment allowance of each volunteer shall be payable on his return to the United States: Provided, however , That, under such circumstances as the President may determine, the accrued readjustment allowance, or any part thereof, may be paid to the volunteer, members of his family or others, during the period of his service, or prior to his return to the United States. In the event of the volunteer's death during the period of his service, the amount of any unpaid readjustment allowance shall be paid in accordance with the provisions of section 5582(b) of title 5, United States Code. For purposes of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 (26 U.S.C.), a volunteer shall be deemed to be paid and to receive each amount of a readjustment allowance to which he is entitled after December 31, 1964, when such
amount is transferred from funds made available under this Act to the fund from which such readjustment allowance is payable.
PEACE CORPS VOLUNTEER LEADERS
SEC. 6. [22 U.S.C. 2505] The President may enroll in the Peace Corps qualified citizens or nationals of the United States whose services are required for supervisory or other special duties or responsibilities in connection with programs under this Act (referred to in this Act as "volunteer leaders”). The ratio of the total number of volunteer leaders to the total number of volunteers in service at any one time shall not exceed one to twenty-five. Except as otherwise provided in this Act, all of the provisions of this Act applicable to volunteers shall be applicable to volunteer leaders, and the term “volunteers” shall include "volunteer leaders":Provided, however, That
(1) volunteer leaders shall be entitled to receive a readjustment allowance at a rate not less than $125 for each month of satisfactory service as determined by the President;
[Internal References.S.S. Act $8205(p), 209(e), and 210(0) cite the Peace Corps Act.)
P.L. 87-543, Approved July 25, 1962 (76 Stat. 172)
Public Welfare Amendments of 1962
SEC. 141. (42 U.S.C. 1382e note]
(b) No payment may be made to a State under title I, X, or XIV of the Social Security Act for any period for which such State receives any payments under title XVI of such Act or any period thereafter.
(f) In the case of any State which has a State plan approved under title XVI of the Social Security Act, any overpayment or underpayment which the Secretary determines was made to such State under section 3, 1003, or 1403 of such Act with respect to a period before the approval of the plan under such title XVI, and with respect to which adjustment has not been already made under subsection (b) of such section 3, 1003, or 1403, shall, for purposes of section 1603(b) of such Act, be considered an overpayment or underpayment (as the case may be) made under section 1603 of such Act.
(Internal References. -S.S. Act $82(a) 1002(a), and 1402(a) have footnotes referring to P.L. 87-543.)
P.L. 87-781, Approved October 10, 1962 (76 Stat. 780)
Drug Amendments of 1962
SEC. 107 (21 U.S.C. 321 note]
(c) * * *
(3) In the case of any drug with respect to which an application filed under section 505(b) of the basic Act is deemed to be an approved application on the enactment date by virtue of paragraph (2) of this subsection
(A) the amendments made by this Act to section 201(p), and to subsections (b) and (d) of section 505, of the basic Act, insofar as such amendments relate to the effectiveness of drugs, shall not, so long as approval of such application is not withdrawn or suspended pursuant to section 505(e) of that Act, apply to such drug when intended solely for use under conditions prescribed, recommended, or suggested in labeling covered by such approved application, but shall apply to any changed use, or conditions of use, prescribed, recommended, or suggested in its labeling, including such conditions of use as are the subject of an amendment or supplement to such application pending on, or filed after, the enactment date; and
(B) clause (3) of the first sentence of section 505(e) of the basic Act, as amend. ed by this Act, shall not apply to such drug when intended solely for use under conditions prescribed, recommended, or suggested in labeling covered by such approved application (except with respect to such use, or conditions of use, as are the subject of an amendment or supplement to such approved application, which amendment or supplement has been approved after the enactment date under section 505 of the basic Act as amended by this Act) until whichever of the following first occurs: (i) the expiration of the two-year period beginning with the enactment date; (ii) the effective date of an order under section 505(e) of the basic Act, other than clause (3) of the first sentence of such section 505(e), withdrawing or suspending the approval of such application.
(Internal Reference.-S.S. Act 81862(c) cites the Drug Amendments of 1962.)
P.L. 88-210, Approved December 18, 1963 (77 Stat. 403)
SEC. 3 (20 U.S.C. 2302] DEFINITIONS.
(9) ELIGIBLE AGENCY.—The term "eligible agency" means a State board designated or created consistent with State law as the sole State agency responsible for the administration of vocational and technical education or for supervision of the administration of vocational and technical education in the State.