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PUBLIC LAW 98-000—MMMM. DD, 1984

98 STAT. 2240

Ante, p. 2237. Post, p. 2244. Ante, p. 2238. Post, p. 2244. Ante, p. 2239.

PUBLIC LAW 98-480—OCT. 17, 1984

(6) by adding at the end thereof the following new subsection: "(c) From the sums available pursuant to the second sentence of section 4(a), the Secretary shall pay to each Indian tribe which has an approved application under section 403 an amount equal to such tribe's allotment under section 5(c)(1) and shall pay to each Indian tribe which has an approved plan under section 404 an amount equal to such tribe's additional allocation under section 6(g)(2), except that such additional allocation shall not exceed 80 percent of the cost of carrying out such plan.". ADMINISTRATIVE COST

20 USC 35lf.

SEC. 108. Section 8 of the Act is amended to read as follows: "ADMINISTRATIVE COST

20 USC 352, ^^^^ 20 USC 355e.

"SEC. 8. A State may expend funds received under titles I and II for administrative costs in connection with programs and activities carried out under titles I, II, and III, but such administrative expenditures under such titles for any fiscal year may not exceed the greater of (1) 6 per centum of the sum of the amounts allotted to such State under such titles for such fiscal year, or (2) $60,000.". GRANTS FOR LIBRARY SERVICE

20 USC 352.

S E C 109. Section 101 of the Act is amended to read as follows: "GRANTS TO STATES FOR LIBRARY SERVICES

Ante, p. 2237. Ante, p. 2239. Post, p. 2241.

"SEC. 101. The Secretary shall carry out a program of making grants from sums appropriated pursuant to section 4(a)(1) to States which have approved basic State plans under section 6 and have submitted annual programs under section 103— "(1) for the extension of public library services to areas and populations without such services and the improvement of such services to areas and populations to ensure that such services are adequate to meet user needs and to make library services accessible to individuals who, by reason of distance, residence, handicap, age, literacy level, or other disadvantage, are unable to receive the benefits of public library services regularly made available to the public; "(2) for adapting public library services to meet particular needs of individuals within the States; "(3) for assisting libraries to serve as community information referral centers; "(4) for assisting libraries in providing literacy programs for adults and school dropouts in cooperation with other agencies and organizations, if appropriate; "(5) for strengthening State library administrative agencies; and "(6) for strengthening major urban resource libraries.". USES OF FEDERAL FUNDS

20 USC 353.

SEC. 110. Section 102(a)(1) of the Act is amended by inserting "assist libraries to serve as community centers for information and referral and to" after "designed to".