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113 STAT. 1788 PUBLIC LAW 106-163—DEC. 9, 1999 (3) AVAILABILITY OF CERTAIN MONEYS.— The amounts authorized to be appropriated in subsection (a)(1) shall be available for use immediately upon appropriation in accordance with subsection 104(c)(1). (4) LIMITATION. —Those moneys allocated by the Secretary to accounts in the Fund or in a fund established under section 104(a)(4) shall draw interest consistent with section 104(d), but the moneys authorized to be appropriated under subsection (b) and paragraphs (2) and (3) of subsection (a) shall not be available for expenditure until the requirements of section 101(b) have been met so that the decree has become final and the Tribe has executed the waiver and release required under section 5(c). (e) RETURN OF FUNDS TO THE TREASURY.— (1) IN GENERAL.—In the event that the approval, ratification, and confirmation of the Compact by the United States becomes null and void under section 101(b), all unexpended funds appropriated under the authority of this Act together with all interest earned on such funds, notwithstanding whether the funds are held by the Tribe, a private institution, or the Secretary, shall revert to the general fund of the Treasury 12 months after the expiration of the deadline established in section 101(b). (2) INCLUSION IN AGREEMENTS AND PLAN. —The requirements in paragraph (1) shall be included in all annual funding agreements entered into under the self-governance program under title IV of the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act (25 U.S.C. 458aa et seq.), withdrawal plans, withdrawal agreements, or any other agreements for withdrawal or transfer of the funds to the Tribe or a private financial institution under this Act. (f) WITHOUT FISCAL YEAR LIMITATION. —Al l money appropriated pursuant to authorizations under this title shall be available without fiscal year limitation. SEC. 106. STATE CONTRIBUTIONS TO SETTLEMENT. Consistent with Articles VI.C.2 and C.3 of the Compact, the State contribution to settlement shall be as follows: (1) The contribution of $150,000 appropriated by Montana House Bill 6 of the 55th Legislative Session (1997) shall be used for the following purposes: (A) Water quality discharge monitoring wells and monitoring program. (B) A diversion structure on Big Sandy Creek. (C) A conveyance structure on Box Elder Creek. (D) The purchase of contract water from Lower Beaver Creek Reservoir. (2) Subject to the availability of funds, the State shall provide services valued at $400,000 for administration required by the Compact and for water quality sampling required by the Compact.