PUBLIC LAW 86-624-JULY 12, 1960
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SEC. 39. Section 16(b) of the Universal Military Training and 50 u^c^^^app. Service Act, as amended, is further amended by striking out the word 466(b).
REPORTS ON FEDERAL LAND USE
SEC. 40. The President shall prescribe procedures to assure that the reports to be submitted to him by Federal agencies pursuant to ^^4 8 u s cch. 3 section 5(e) of the Act of March 18, 1959 (73 Stat. 6), providing for the admission of the State of Hawaii into the Union, shall be prepared in accordance with uniform policies and coordinated within the executive branch. HAWAILA.N HOMES COMMISSION LANDS
SEC. 41. Section 5(b) of the Act of March 18, 1959 (73 Stat. 5), is amended by inserting, immediately following the words "public property" the words ", and to all lands defined as 'available lands' by sec48 USC 69^ and ^^°^ ^^^ ^^ ^^® Hawaiian Homes Commission Act, 1920, as amended,". note. LEASE BY UNITED STATES OF PUBLIC PROPERTY OF HAWAII
SEC. 42. Until August 21, 1964, there shall be covered into the treasury of the State of Hawaii the rentals or consideration received by the United States with respect to public property taken for the uses and purposes of the United States under section 91 of the Hawaii Organic Act and thereafter by the United States leased, rented, or granted upon revocable permits to private parties. TRANSFER OF RECORDS
SEC. 43. (a) There are hereby transferred to the State of Hawaii all records and other papers that were made or received by any Federal or territorial agency, or any predecessor thereof, in connection with the performance of functions assumed in whole or in substantial part by the State of Hawaii. There are hereby also transferred to the State of Hawaii all records and other papers in the custody of the Public Archives of Hawaii that were made or received by any Federal agency. (b) There are also hereby transferred to the State of Hawaii all books, publications, and legal representatives which are owned by the United States and which were, prior to the admission of Hawaii to the Union, placed in the custody of courts, libraries, or territorial agencies in Hawaii in order to facilitate the performance of functions conferred on such courts or agencies by Federal law. U S E O F G. S. A. SERVICES OR FACILITIES
SEC. 44. The Administrator of General Services is authorized to make available to the State of Hawaii such services or facilities as are determined by the Administrator to be necessary for an interim period, pending provision of such services or facilities by the State of Hawaii. Such interim period shall not extend beyond August 21, 1964. Payment shall be made to the General Services Administration by the State of Hawaii for the cost of such services or facilities to the Federal Government, as determined by the Administrator.