|Date of Issuance||Title||Headnotes|
|02/11/1986||Funding of Grants by the National Institutes of Health||
The National Institutes of Health may, consistent with 31 U.S.C. § 1502(a), fund an entire research grant out of a single fiscal year’s appropriations regardless of how long it takes to complete the work under the grant.
|02/06/1986||Indemnification of Department of Justice Employees||
The Attorney General may use funds from the Department of Justice’s general appropriation to indemnify Department employees for actions taken within the scope of their employment.
|02/06/1986||Constitutionality of Proposed Conditions to Senate Consent to the Interim Convention on Conservation of North Pacific Fur Seals||
A proposed condition on the Senate’s consent to the Interim Convention on Conservation of North Pacific Fur Seals that dictates how the United States representative to the international North Pacific Fur Seal Commission must vote on certain matters before the Commission is unconstitutional because, rather than setting forth the Senate’s understanding of the terms of the convention, it would interfere with the ability of the President and his appointee to execute faithfully the convention according to its terms.