" P e r capita income."
PUBLIC LAW 90-576-OCT. 16, 1968
quired for such fiscal year for carrying out the program for which such amount has been allotted shall be available, from time to time, for reallotment, on such dates during such year as the Commissioner shall fix, on the basis of criteria established by regulation, first among programs authorized by other parts of this title within that State and then among other States, except that funds appropriated under section 102(b) may only be reallotted for the uses set forth in section 122 (a)(4)(A). Any amount reallotted to a State under this subsection for any fiscal year shall remain available for obligation during the next succeeding fiscal year and shall be deemed to be part of its allotment for the year in which it is obligated, " (d)(1) The 'allotment ratio' for any State shall be 1.00 less the product of— " (A) 0.50, and " (B) the quotient obtained by dividing the per capita income for the State by the per capita income for all the States (exclusive of Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the Virgin Islands, and the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands), except that (i) the allotment ratio in no case shall be more than 0.60 or less than 0.40, and (ii) the allotment ratio for Puerto RicOj Guam, American Samoa, the Virgin Islands, and the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands shall be 0.60. "(2) The allotment ratios shall be promulgated by the Commissioner for each fiscal year between July 1 and September 30 of the preceding fiscal year. Allotment ratios shall be computed on the basis of the average of the appropriate jDer capita incomes for the three most recent consecutive fiscal years for which satisfactory data are available. "(3) The term 'per capita income' means, with respect to a fiscal year, the total personal income in the calendar year ending in such year, divided by the population of the area concerned in such year. " (4) For the purposes of this section population shall be determined by the Commissioner on the basis of the latest estimates available to him. il
National Advisory Council on Vocational Education. Establishment; membership.
"SEC. 104. (a)(1) There is hereby created a National Advisory Council on Vocational Education (hereinafter referred to as the 'National Council') consisting of twenty-one members appointed by the President, without regard to the civil service laws, for terms of three years, except that (i) in the case of the initial members, seven shall be appointed for terms of one year each and seven shall be appointed for terms of two years each, and (ii) appointments to fill vacancies shall be only for such terms as remain unexpired. The Council shall include persons— " (A) representative of labor and management, including persons who have knowledge of the semiskilled, skilled, and technical employment in such occupational fields as agriculture, home economics, distribution and marketing, health, trades, manufacturing, office and service industries, and persons representative of new and emerging occupational fields, " (B) familiar with manpower problems and administration of manpower programs, " (C) knowledgeable about the administration of State and local vocational education programs, including members of local school boards. " (D) experienced in the education and training of handicapped persons, " (E) familiar with the special problems and needs of individuals disadvantaged by their socioeconomic backgrounds,