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Senate agreed to House amendment with amendment (08/01/1985)

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Supplemental Appropriations Act, 1985 - Title I - Chapter I - Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the Department of Agriculture for: (1) the Cooperative State Research Service; (2) the Agricultural Marketing Service; (3) the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation; (4) the Commodity Credit Corporation; and (5) the Farmers Home Administration. Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 and rescinds specified funds available for: (1) the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service; (2) the Economic Research Service; (3) the Statistical Reporting Service; and (4) the Food and Nutrition Service. Rescinds specified funds available for: (1) departmental administration; (2) the Agricultural Research Service; (3) the Packers Stockyards Administration; and (4) the Foreign Agricultural Service.

Prohibits the use of funds to close or relocate any State or county office of the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service.

Prohibits the use of any funds provided for FY 1985 to restrict the authority of the Commodity Credit Corporation to lease space for its own use or on behalf of other Department of Agriculture agencies when such space will be jointly occupied.

Provides that effective November 12, 1983, on the request of the borrower, the interest rate on a Farmers Home Administration loan shall be the lower of the rates in effect at the time of either loan approval or loan closing.

Requires that any school district receiving all cash or all letters of credit in lieu of commodities under the school lunch program of the Food and Nutrition Service on January 1, 1985: (1) continue to receive all cash or letters of credit through December 31, 1985; and (2) receive bonus commodities in the same manner as any other school district participating in the program. Extends the National Commodity Processing Program.

Chapter II - Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the Department of Commerce for: (1) general administration; (2) the Economic Development Administration (EDA); and (3) the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Rescinds specified funds available for: (1) general administration; (2) the Bureau of the Census; (3) EDA; (4) the International Trade Administration; (5) the Minority Business Development Agency; (6) the United States Travel and Tourism Administration; (7) the Patent and Trademark Office; (8) the National Bureau of Standards; and (9) the National Telecommunications and Information Administration.

Disapproves the proposed deferral D85-54 relating to the Maritime Administration, operations and training, as set forth in the message transmitted to the Congress by the President on February 6, 1985.

Authorizes the Federal Communications Commission to expend a specified amount of FY 1986 and 1987 appropriations to relocate its Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Monitoring Station within Florida. Directs the General Services Administration to sell the present station. Requires the Commission and the Administration, before taking such actions, to: (1) jointly prepare and submit to specified congressional committees a document setting forth details about the acquisition, construction, and disposition involved; and (2) wait at least 30 days for committee review.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 for the Federal Trade Commission and the Small Business Administration (including the transfer of funds). Rescinds specified funds available to the Administration.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the Department of Justice for: (1) the United States Parole Commission; (2) legal activities; (3) interagency law enforcement; (4) the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); (5) the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA); (6) the Federal Prison System (transfer of funds); (7) the Emergency Federal Law Enforcement Assistance Program; and (8) the Legal Service Corporation. Rescinds specified funds available for: (1) general administration; (2) legal activities; (3) the FBI; (4) DEA; (5) the Immigration and Naturalization Service; (6) the Federal Prison System; and (7) the National Institute of Corrections. Permits Cooperative Agreement Program funds to be used for improvements to State or local correctional facilities, provided that facility space for Federal prisoners is assured.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the Commission on the Bicentennial of the United States Constitution.

Reallocates FY 1985 appropriations to the Commission on Civil Rights.

Allows members of the Board of Directors of the Legal Services Corporation to be paid or reimbursed for official travel and other official purposes. (Currently, Board members may be reimbursed only for travel expenses to attend Board meetings.)

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the Department of State for: (1) salaries and expenses (transfer of funds); (2) the acquisition, operation, and maintenance of buildings abroad and the associated special foreign currency program; (3) emergencies in the diplomatic and consular service; and (4) payment to the Foreign Service retirement and disability fund. Rescinds specified funds available for salaries and expenses. Requires the Secretary of State to report to appropriate congressional committees every 30 days on the obligation of security funds.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to: (1) the International Fisheries Commissions (funds transfer); (2) the Fisherman's Protective Fund; (3) the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency; (4) the Board for International Broadcasting (BIB); (5) the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe; (6) the United States Information Agency (USIA); (7) the Courts of Appeals, District Courts, and other judicial services; (8) the Administrative Office of the United States Courts; (9) the Federal Judicial Center; and (10) the United States Sentencing Commission. Rescinds specified funds available for: (1) USIA; and (2) expenses of operation and maintenance of the courts. Eliminates provisions restricting BIB payments for outside engineering fees.

Provides that funds appropriated for the installation of security systems in the Supreme Court building shall also be available for the acquisition and installation of additional communications equipment.

Increases the pay rates for Federal judges by the percentage General Schedule pay rates were increased for FY 1985.

Chapter III - Authorizes the Secretary of the Navy to make payments of previously appropriated funds for certain expenses of the Commission on Merchant Marine and Defense. Redirects Navy aircraft procurement funds for the modification of the A-GE aircraft. Transfers certain Navy shipbuilding funds to the U.S. Coast Guard for polar icebreaker repair.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) which shall be allocated among, and expended by, the CIA, the National Security Council (NSC), the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of State, and any other appropriate agency to improve U.S. security countermeasures capabilities at U.S. embassies and other facilities abroad in accordance with a plan to be developed and submitted to specified congressional committees by the CIA Director.

Authorizes the use of Civil Air Patrol (CAP) appropriations to reimburse CAP equipment procurements approved by the Secretary of the Air Force.

Amends the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 1985 to extend until September 30, 1985, the date after which the continuation pay of Army and Navy dental officers would be reduced by 50 percent for dental specialities manned at 95 percent or more, unless legislation revising continuation pay provisions is enacted.

Prohibits the use of Department of the Navy funds for the overhaul, repair, or maintenance of any naval vessel which includes charges for interport differential as an evaluation factor forward.

Chapter IV - Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the Department of Defense--Civil, Department of the Army for the Corps of Engineers--Civil, for: (1) specified projects; (2) general investigations; (3) construction, general; (4) flood control and coastal emergencies; and (5) operation and maintenance, general, with specified funds earmarked for the operation and maintenance of additional steambank stabilization structures. Conditions the initiation of construction with respect to any specified project on: (1) the subsequent enactment of legislation specifying the requirements of local cooperation for water resources development projects under the jurisdiction of the Department of the Army; and (2) where appropriate, enactment of needed authorization legislation. Provides that such condition shall not apply after May 15, 1986.

Sets forth general provisions: (1) authorizing and directing the Secretary of the Army and the Corps of Engineers to undertake specified public works projects; and (2) directing the Secretary of the Army to transfer specified lands to certain local government entities. Requires that funds appropriated by the Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act, 1985 for the purpose of compensating certain landowners for damages resulting from drawdown operations of the Libby Dam in Montana be expended to evaluate and award compensation for erosion or other damages of leveed and unleveed tracts of land in Kootenai Flats, Boundary County, Idaho.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the Department of the Interior for the construction program of the Bureau of Reclamation for specified water projects. Sets forth a schedule to expedite completion of the Hooker Dam or alternative of the Central Arizona Project.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 for the Tennessee Valley Authority Fund.

Directs the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to exercise its authority or jurisdiction over the Memorandum of Understanding for the California-Oregon Transmission Project, and any contracts implementing such Memorandum, within two years after enactment of this Act or after the filing of any such contract, whichever is later. Requires that sufficient project capacity be reserved to serve the needs of the Department of Energy laboratories and wildlife refuges. Requires the Secretary of Energy and the Commission to keep specified congressional committees informed on such reserved capacity, the project, changes in the Memorandum, and the implementing contracts. Names the power transmission line the Harold T. (Bizz) Johnson California-Pacific Northwest Intertie line.

Authorizes the Department of Energy to transfer specified funds from unobligated balances within the Uranium Supply and Enrichment Activities account to the Geothermal Resources Development Fund.

Rescinds specified funds available to the Department of Energy for atomic energy defense activities.

Chapter V - Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 for: (1) the U.S. contributions to the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), and the Asian Development Bank; (2) Department of State for international organizations and programs and migration and refuge assistance (fund transfers); (3) payment to the Foreign Service Retirement and Disability Fund; and (4) the Economic Support Fund. Limits the callable capital subscription of the U.S. share of capital stock of IBRD and IDB. Prohibits the availability of appropriated funds to any organization or program which, as determined by the President, supports or participates in the management of a program of coercive abortion or involuntary sterilization.

Disapproves the proposed deferral D85-40 relating to the African Development Foundation as set forth in the message transmitted to the Congress by the President on February 6, 1985.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985: (1) to an agency designated by the President, except the Central Intelligence Agency or the Department of Defense, for humanitarian assistance to the Nicaraguan democratic resistance; and (2) for assistance to Contadora nations for implementation of an agreement based on the Contadora Document of Objectives of September 9, 1983. Declares that specified provisions of the Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 1985 and the Intelligence Authorization Act of Fiscal Year 1985 prohibiting the obligation or expenditure of funds to support military or paramilitary operations in Nicaragua shall apply to such appropriations.

Urges the President to: (1) pursue diplomatic and economic steps to resolve the conflict in Nicaragua; (2) suspend military maneuvers in Honduras and off Nicaragua's coast and lift the embargo on trade with Nicaragua if Nicaragua agrees to a cease-fire and a dialog with the Nicaraguan democratic resistance, and to suspend the state of emergency; and (3) resume bilateral discussions with Nicaragua. Requires the President to report to the Congress every 90 days on: (1) related activities; (2) the humanitarian assistance to Nicaragua and the assistance to the Contadora nations provided under this Act; and (3) alleged human rights violations by the Nicaraguan democratic resistance and the government of Nicaragua.

Authorizes the President to submit to the Congress a request for authority to provide additional assistance toward the Central American peace process upon determining that: (1) Contadora negotiations show promise of producing an agreement; or (2) other trade and economic measures will help to solve the conflict or stabilize the region. Authorizes the President to request authority to provide additional assistance for the Nicaraguan democratic resistance upon determining that: (1) Contadora negotiations have failed to produce an agreement; or (2) other trade and economic measures have failed to resolve the conflict. Sets forth provisions governing congressional action on such requests.

Requires the Secretary of the Treasury to instruct: (1) the U.S. Executive Directors of the International Development Association (IDA), the International Finance Corporation, the IDB, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the Asian Development Bank, the Inter-American Investment Corporation, the African Development Bank, and the African Development Fund to oppose any assistance using appropriated funds for the production of any copper commodity for export or for the financing of the expansion, improvement, or modernization of copper mining, smelting, and refining capacity; and (2) the U.S. representatives to IMF, IBRD, IDA, IDB, the Asian Development Bank, and the African Development Bank, when reviewing loans, credits, or other uses of their resources, to consider the effect that country adjustment programs would have upon individual industry sectors and international commodity markets in order to minimize adverse impacts on such sector or markets and to avoid government subsidization of production and exports of international commodities without regard to economic conditions in the markets. Sets forth specific criteria that such representatives should consider as a basis for a vote against a project proposal involving the creation of new capacity or the expansion, improvement, or modification of mining, smelting, refining, and fabricating of minerals and metal products.

Chapter VI - Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 (transfer of funds) and rescinds specified funds available to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for salaries. Rescinds specified funds available to HuD for rental housing assistance.

Amends the Department of Housing and Urban Development-Independent Agencies Appropriation Act, 1985 to eliminate provisions earmarking urban development action grant funds for technical assistance for cities that have never received such a grant.

Redirects specified funds appropriated to the American Battle Monuments Commission for salaries and personnel benefits for FY 1985 for other services and equipment object classifications.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to: (1) the Consumer Product Safety Commission; (2) the Environmentral Protection Agency for salaries and expenses, abatement, control, and compliance, and for buildings and facilities; (3) the Office of Science and Technology Policy; (4) the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) (transfer of funds); (5) the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) for research and development; (6) the National Science Foundation (NSF) for research and related activities; and (7) the Veterans Administration (VA) for compensation and pensions. Rescinds specified funds available to: (1) EPA for research and development; (2) FEMA for salaries and expenses and for emergency management planning and assistance; (3) the General Services Administration for the Consumer Information Center; (4) NASA for research and program management; (5) NSF for research and related activities; (6) the Department of the Treasury for the Office of Revenue Sharing; and (7) VA for medical care, medical administration and miscellaneous operating expenses, and the construction for minor projects.

Appropriates funds to FEMA for the emergency food and shelter program. Directs the Commodity Credit Corporation to process and distribute surplus food owned or to be purchased by the Corporation under the program in cooperation with FEMA.

Chapter VII - Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the Department of the Interior for, and rescinds specified funds available for: (1) the Bureau of Land Management; (2) the United States Fish and Wildlife Service; (3) the National Park Service (NPS); (4) the Bureau of Indian Affairs; and (5) territorial and international affairs. Rescinds specified contract authority provided for FY 1985 for the NPS. Disapproves the proposed deferrals: (1) D85-45 relating to the NPS, construction (trust fund), as set forth in the message transmitted to the Congress by the President on February 6, 1985; and (2) D85-33 relating to the Bureau of Indian Affairs, construction, as set forth in the message transmitted to the Congress by the President on November 29, 1985. Rescinds specified funds available to the: (1) Geological Survey; and (2) Minerals Management Service. Defers the availability of specified FY 1985 appropriations for the Bureau of Mines, the Office of Surface Mining, Reclamation, and Enforcement, and the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 for the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the Department of Agriculture for, and rescinds specified funds available for, the Forest Service. Authorizes the Secretary of Agriculture to resell timber from the Mapleton District of the Siuslaw National Forest that is defaulted or returned under the Federal Timber Contract Payment Modification Act. Directs the Forest Service to continue to operate Equipment Development Facilities in San Dimas, California, and in Missoula, Montana through FY 1986. Prohibits any reduction of more than ten percent in funds and personnel to operate such facilities in FY 1985 and 1986.

Disapproves the following proposed deferrals of Department of Energy funds as set forth in the message transmitted to the Congress by the President on February 6, 1985: (1) D85-27A relating to fossil energy research and development, partially; (2) D85-21A relating to the strategic petroleum reserve (SPR); and (3) D85-42 relating to the SPR petroleum account, partially. Amends the Energy Policy and Conservation Act to permit disposal of U.S. crude oil in Naval Petroleum Reserve Numbered One (Elk Hills) to other than the SPR in any fiscal year when the fill rate is less than 100,000 barrels a day but still sufficient to attain a level of 500,000,000 barrels by the end of such fiscal year. Defers the availability of FY 1985 funds for fossil energy research and development, fossil energy construction, naval petroleum and oil shale reserves, the strategic petroleum reserve, and alternative fuels production. Rescinds specified funds available for economic regulation and emergency preparedness.

Rescinds specified funds available to the Department of Health and Human Services for the Health Services Administration.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 for the National Gallery of Art.

Prohibits the use of any funds made available to the Department of the Interior or the U.S. Forest Service during FY 1985 to implement the proposed jurisdictional interchange program.

Revises and extends indefinitely the ban on commercial traffic on U.S. Route 209 within the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area in Pennsylvania. Reduces the number of commercial vehicles which may use such route. Makes New York State eligible for 100 percent funding of the construction of the alternate route.

Chapter VIII - Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration for migrant and seasonal farmworker programs and for State unemployment insurance and employment service operations. Makes available for obligation certain reserve funds appropriated for training and employment services. Authorizes amortization payments from funds made available for increased costs of administering unemployment compensation laws for States which had independent retirement plans before 1980 in their employment security agencies and agencies administering their unemployment compensation laws.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the Department of Health and Human Services for: (1) the Health Resources and Services Administration; (2) the National Institutes of Health; (3) the Social Security Administration; and (4) the Office of Human Development Services. Establishes a ceiling amount for the Federal program of insurance loans to graduate students in health professions schools for FY 1985. Provides for the apportionment of funds by the Secretary of Health and Human Services for community and migrant health centers the National Hansen's Disease Center. Requires that specified funds appropriated for extramural research grants of the National Institutes of Health and the Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration be used to support a specified number of research projects and centers.

Directs the Secretary of Education to distribute specified Federal impact aid funds already appropriated to assure that local educational agencies receive the amount of aid to which they were entitled in FY 1985.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the Department of Education for: (1) rehabilitation services and handicapped research; (2) vocational and adult education; (3) student financial assistance; (4) guaranteed student loans; and (5) higher education. Revises the periods of availability for obligation of funds appropriated for education for the handicapped, emergency immigrant education, the higher education endowment grant program, and the National Graduate Fellows Program.

Disapproves the following proposed budget deferrals: (1) D85-39 pertaining to the United States Institute of Peace as set forth in the message transmitted to the Congress by the President on January 4, 1985; (2) D85-34 relating to the Employment and Training Administration as set forth in the message transmitted to the Congress by the President on November 29, 1985 and revised by D85-34A of March 1, 1985; (3) D85-57 and D85-58 pertaining to the Railroad Retirement Board as set forth in the message transmitted to the Congress by the President on February 6, 1985; (4) D85-61, D85-62, and D85-63 pertaining to the Employment and Training Administration, and D85-64 pertaining to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, as set forth in the message transmitted to the Congress by the President on March 1, 1985; and (5) D85-66, pertaining to the Health Care Financing Administration, and D85-67, pertaining to the Social Security Administration, as set forth in the message transmitted on March 22, 1985.

Chapter IX - Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the U.S. Senate for: (1) expense allowances of the Vice President, the President pro tempore, the Majority and Minority Leaders, the Majority and Minority Whips, and the Chairman of the Majority and Minority Conference Committees; (2) representation allowances for the majority and minority leaders; (3) officer and employee salaries; and (4) contingent expenses.

Increases the allowance for administrative and clerical assistance to each Missouri Senator as a result of an increase in such State's population.

Authorizes appropriations to the account of the Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of the Senate for the procurement, maintenance, and operation of vehicles for specified Senate officials, for carrying mails, and for official use by certain offices. Authorizes the Sergeant at Arms to incur expenses in conducting seminars for Senate officials and members of their staffs.

Increases the aggregate amount that may be paid for the acquisition of furniture, equipment, and other office furnishings for Senators' State offices.

Authorizes the Majority or Minority Conference Committee of the Senate to hire consultants. Authorizes the chairman of each Conference Committee to transfer specified funds from salaries to the expense allowance for various equipment purchases.

Establishes the Representation Allowances Account for the Majority and Minority Leaders of the Senate to assist them to discharge their responsibilities in the United States to members of foreign legislative bodies, foreign officials, and intergovernmental organizations. Authorizes appropriations for such account for each fiscal year beginning with 1985.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the House of Representatives for: (1) payments to widows and heirs of decreased members of Congress; (2) officer and employee salaries; (3) committee employees; and (4) allowances and expenses.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the legislative branch for: (1) official mail costs; and (2) the General Accounting Office.

Chapter X - Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the Department of Transportation for: (1) the Coast Guard; (2) the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) (including funds transfer); (3) the Federal Highway Administration (FHA); (4) the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA); and (5) research and special programs. Reduces limitations on: (1) the working capital fund of the Office of the Secretary; (2) general operating expenses of the Federal Highway Administration; and (3) administrative expenses of the St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation. Rescinds specified funds available for the: (1) FAA; (2) FHA; (3) National Highway Traffic Safety Administration; and (4) FRA.

Requires the Secretary of Transportation to: (1) reexamine the fitness of any air carrier which has violated U.S. laws concerning, or failed to adopt measures preventing, the illegal importation of controlled substances; and (2) where appropriate, suspend, modify, or revoke the certificate of public convenience and necessity or the foreign air carrier permit of such carrier.

Prohibits the FAA Administrator from implementing or enforcing any order establishing national policy for Federal funding of visual glideslope indicators until providing notice and opportunity for public comment on Federal funding of such indicators.

Disapproves the proposed deferral D85-50 pertaining to FRA funds for the Northeast Corridor Improvement Program as set forth in the message transmitted to the Congress by the President on February 6, 1985.

Increases the limitation on railroad rehabilitation and improvement financing funds.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Panama Canal Commission (fund transfers).

Chapter XI - Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the Department of the Treasury for, and rescinds specified funds available for: (1) the Financial Management Service; (2) the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms; (3) the United States Customs Service; (4) the Internal Revenue Service; and (5) the United States Secret Service. Rescinds specified funds available for: (1) the Office of the Secretary; (2) the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center; (3) the Bureau of the Mint; and (4) the Bureau of the Public Debt.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the: (1) United States Postal Service for payment to the Postal Service Fund; and (2) Executive Office of the President for the National Critical Materials Council.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the General Services Administration for, revises limitations on, and rescinds specified available funds for, the Federal Buildings Fund. Rescinds specified funds available for: (1) personal property activities; (2) Federal property resources activities; and (3) general activities. Rescinds specified funds available to the National Archives and Records Administration.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 and rescinds specified funds available for the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). Decreases the limitation on administrative expenses for the retirement and insurance programs to be transferred from OPM trust funds.

Prohibits the use of appropriated funds to: (1) reduce the number of regions, districts, or entry processing locations of the U.S. Customs Service; or (2) consolidate duty assessment or appraisement functions of Customs Service officers.

Prohibits any reduction in critical materials stockpile goals below those levels in effect on October 1, 1985, until October 1, 1986.

Chapter XII - Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 to the District of Columbia for: (1) the Federal contribution; (2) governmental direction and support; (3) economic development and regulation; (4) public safety and justice (including a rescission); (5) the public education system (including a rescission); (6) human support services (including a rescission); (7) the Washington Convention Center Fund; (8) repayment of the general fund deficit; (9) capital outlay; and (10) the Water and Sewer Enterprise Fund. Rescinds specified funds available for: (1) public works; (2) the repayment of loans and interest; and (3) short-term borrowings.

Authorizes the Public Service Commission to order and approve the deregulation of streetlighting service to the District of Columbia effective July 12, 1985.

Title II: Increased Pay Costs for the Fiscal Year 1985 - Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 for increased pay costs to the legislative branch for: (1) the House of Representatives and the Senate; (2) joint items; (3) the Office of Technology Assessment; (4) the Congressional Budget Office; (5) the Architect of the Capitol; (6) the Botanic Garden; and (7) the Library of Congress.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 for increased pay costs to the Judiciary for: (1) the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit; (2) the U.S. Court of International Trade; (3) the Federal Court of Appeals, district courts, and other judicial services; (4) the Administrative Office of the United States Courts; and (5) the Federal Judicial Center.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 for increased pay costs to the Executive Office of the President for: (1) the White House office; (2) the Executive Residence at the White House; (3) special assistance to the President; (4) office administration; (5) the Office of Management and Budget; (6) the Office of Federal Procurement Policy; and (7) the Office of Science and Technology Policy.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 for increased pay costs to the Department of Agriculture for: (1) administrative offices and functions (including transfers of funds); (2) the Statistical Reporting Service; (3) the Economic Research Service (including a transfer of funds); (4) the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation; (5) the Rural Electrification Administration; (6) the Farmers Home Administration; (7) the Soil Conservation Service; (8) the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service; (9) the Federal Grain Inspection Service; (10) the Agricultural Marketing Service; (11) the Food Safety and Inspection Service; (12) the Food and Nutrition Service; and (13) the Forest Service.

Makes supplemental appropriations for FY 1985 for increased pay costs to the: (1) Department of Commerce for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (transfer of funds); (2) Department of Defense--Military for military personnel and operations and maintenance (including transfers of funds); (3) Department of Defense--Civil for army cemeterial expenses, the Corps of Engineers--Civil (transfer of funds), and the Soldiers' and Airmen's Home; (4) Department of Energy for energy programs; (5) Department of Health and Human Services for the Food and Drug Administration and the Health Services Administration; (6) Department of Housing and Urban Development for management and administration (transfer of funds); (7) Department of the Interior for the Bureau of Land Management, the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, the National Park Service, the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, the Geological Survey, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the Office of the Solicitor; (8) Department of Justice for general administration, the United States Parole Commission, legal activities, interagency law enforcement, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Immigration and Naturalization Service, and the Federal Prison System; (9) Department of Labor for the Employment Standards Administration; (10) Department of Transportation (including fund transfers) for the Federal Aviation Administration, the Coast Guard, the Maritime Administration, research and special programs administration, and the Office of the Secretary; (11) Department of the Treasury for the Office of the Secretary, the Financial Management Service, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, the United States Customs Service, the Bureau of the Public Debt, the Internal Revenue Service, and the United States Secret Service; (12) Environmental Protection Agency; (13) General Services Administration (including fund transfers) for the Federal Buildings Fund, personal property activities, and general management and administration; (14) National Aeronautics and Space Administration; (15) Office of Personnel Management (transfers of funds); (16) Veterans Administration; (17) Administrative Conference of the United States; (18) Commission of Fine Arts; (19) Commission on Civil Rights; (20) Commodity Futures Trading Commission; (21) Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; (22) Federal Communications Commission; (23) Federal Election Commission; (24) Federal Home Loan Bank Board; (25) Federal Labor Relations Authority; (26) Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service; (27) Federal Trade Commission; (28) intelligence community staff; (29) Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations; (30) Delaware River Basin Commission; (31) Susquehanna River Basin Commission (32) International Trade Commission; (33) Interstate Commerce Commission; (34) Merit Systems Protection Board; (35) National Capital Planning Commission; (36) National Science Foundation; (37) National Transportation Safety Board; (38) Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation; (39) Securities and Exchange Commission; (40) Smithsonian Institution; (41) United States Holocaust Memorial Council; and (42) United States Tax Court.

Title III: General Provisions - Prohibits any part of any appropriation contained in this Act from remaining available for obligation beyond the current fiscal year unless expressely so provided.

Increases, generally, the ceilings on amounts which may be expended for personal services to the extent necessary to meet increased pay costs authorized by or pursuant to law.

Title IV: Authorization of Economic Support Fund Assistance for Jordan - Jordan Supplemental Economic Assistance Authorization Act of 1985 - Authorizes appropriations for FY 1985 for supplemental economic assistance for Jordan. Limits the availability of such funds for commodity import programs and project assistance for FY 1985 through 1987.

Expresses the sense of the Congress that no foreign military sales financing authorized by this Act may be used to finance the procurement by Jordan of U.S. advanced aircraft, new air defense weapons systems, or other new advanced military weapons systems, unless Jordan is publicly committed to the recognition of Israel and to negotiate promptly and directly with Israel under the basic tenets of United Nations Security Council Resolutions 242 and 338. Requires any notification pursuant to the Arms Export Control Act of a proposed sale to Jordan of such materials to be accompanied by a presidential certification of such a public commitment by Jordan.

Title V: Department of Defense Plan for Drug-Interdiction Program - Requires the Secretary of Defense to submit a report to specified congressional committees on the role of the Department of Defense in the drug interdiction and law enforcement activities of the United States. Directs the President to report to the Congress as to how the Government is organized to interdict drugs and enforce U.S. drug laws.