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PUBLIC LAW 86-795-SEPT. 15, 1960
SEC. 5. The consent of Congress is granted upon the condition that, within three years from the date of this enactment, section 1(a)(4) of article X II of the compact be amended as set forth below, and, in the event the compact is not so amended within such specified time, the suspension of the applicability of the laws of the United States, and the rules, regulations or orders promulgated thereunder shall terminate with respect to the transportation specified below and any carrier whose only transportation over a regular route within the Metropolitan District is such transportation shall not be deemed a carrier subject to the compact: "(4) transportation performed in the course of an operation over a regular route between a point in the Metropolitan District and a point outside the Metropolitan District, including transportation between points on such regular route within the Metropolitan District, if authorized by certificate of public convenience and necessity or permit issued by the Interstate Commerce Commission, as to interstate and foreign commerce, and any carrier whose only transportation within the Metropolitan District is within this exemption shall not be deemed to be a carrier subject to the compact." SEC. 6. Jurisdiction is hereby conferred (1) upon the United States co'Lrts* ^'^*'"°" °^ Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit and the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, respectively, to review orders of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission as provided by section 17, article X II, title II, of the Washington metropolitan area transit regulation compact, and (2) upon the United States district courts to enforce the provisions of said title II as provided in section 18, article X II, title II, of said compact. SEC. 7. (a) The right to alter, amend, or repeal this Act is hereby expressly reserved. (b) The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission shall '• Reports to Congress. submit to Congress copies of all periodic reports made by that Commission to the Governors, the Commissioners of the District of Columbia and/or the legislatures of the compacting States. (c) The Congress or any committee thereof shall have the right to require the disclosure and furnishing of such information by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission as is deemed appropriate by the Congress or any of its committees. Further, Congress or any of its committees shall have access to all books, records and papers of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission as well as the right of inspection of any facility use, owned, leased, regulated or under the control of said Commission. Approved September 15, 1960. Public Law 86-795 AN ACT
September IS, 1960
To suspend for a temporary period the import duty on heptanoic acid, and for other purposes.
[H. R. 12659]
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That heptanoic acid, Heptanoiic acid, provided for in paragraph 1 of the Tariff Act of 1930, shall be ad- uon!"" ^ ' ^ " P ^ " " mitted free of duty if entered, or withdrawn from warehouse, for 'J| ^|*- f^oconsumption, after the date of the enactment of this Act and before the expiration of the three-year period beginning on the day after such date.