70A Stat. 121; 72 Stat. 1456.
Citation of title.
PUBLIC LAW 91-143-DEC. 9, 1969
and all improvements made thereon by the State, for a period not to exceed the duration of such war or emergency and six months. Upon termination of such use, the property shall revert to the State, in equally good condition less wear and tear, together with all improvements placed thereon by the United States and subject to the terms, conditions, and limitations on use and disposition previously iniposed. Such use by the United States under this provision shall be without obligation or payment on the part of the United States. (5) The Secretary of the Army is also authorized to include in the conveyance such other terms and conditions as he may deem necessary to protect the interests of the United States. (c) Notwithstanding the provisions of section 2233 of title 10, United States Code, the State of Washington shall construct an armory on the property to be conveyed under this section without contribution of Federal funds therefore, in lieu of paying monetary consideration for said conveyance. (d) The cost of any surveys necessary as an incident of the conveyance authorized herein shall be borne by the grantee. (e) The Secretary of the Army is authorized to determine and enforce compliance with the conditions, reservations, and restrictions contained in this section and any related documents. SEC. 806. This title may be cited as the "Reserve Forces Facilities Authorization Act, 1970". Approved December 5, 1969.
Public Law 91-143 December 9, 1969 [S.2185]
National Capital Transportation Act of 1969.
AN ACT To authorize a Federal contribution for the effectuation of a transit development program for the National Capital region, and to further the objectives of the National Capital Transportation Act of 1965 (79 Stat. 663) and Public Law 89-774 (80 Stat. 1324). Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives United States of America in Congress assembled,
1. That this Act may be cited as the "National Capital Transportation Act of 1969". SECTION
D.C. Code 1-1431 note.
SEC. 2. For the purposes of this Act— (1) The term "Adopted Eegional System" means that system described in the Transit Authority's report Entitled "Adopted Regional Rapid Rail Transit Plan and Program, March 1, 1968 (revised February 7, 1969)", as that system may hereafter be altered, revised, or amended in accordance with the Compact. (2) The term "Compact" means the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Compact (Public Law 89-774; 80 Stat. 1324). (3) The term "Transit Authority" means the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority established under article III of the Compact. AUTHORIZATION OF FEDERAL
SEC. 3. (a) To provide the Federal share of the cost of the Adopted Regional System, which system supersedes that heretofore authorized