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“Class! ____________________ __ 813,110 813, 885 811,330 811,776 816, 220 816, 666 816,110 816, 656 817,000 ______ __ Class 2 ____________________ __ 11,150 11,616 11,880 12,215 12,610 12,976 13,310 18, 706 ,070 ______ __ Class 8 ____________________ __ 9, 316 9,620 9,926 10, 230 10, 585 10,810 11,116 11,160 11,766 ______ _Class 1 ____________________ -_ 7, 706 7, 960 8, 216 8, 170 8, 725 8, 980 9, 286 9, 190 9, 716 ______ __ Class 6 ____________________ __ 6, 910 7, 110 7, 370 7, 600 7, 830 8,060 8, 290 8. 620 8, 760 88, 980 Class 6 ____________________ -_ 6, 225 6,135 6, 615 6, 865 7,066 7, 276 7, 186 7,695 7, 906 8 116 Class 7 ____________________ __ 6, 610 6, 800 6, 990 6,180 6, 370 6, 660 6, 760 6, 910 7,180 7 520 Class 8 ____________________ __ ,060 6, 230 6,100 6, 670 6, 710 6,910 6, 080 6, 250 6, 120 6, 690 Class 9 ____________________ _- 1, 675 1, 725 1, 875 5,025 6, 176 6, 326 6, 176 6, 626 6, 776 6, 930 Class 10 ___________________ __ 1,110 1, 250 1, 390 1, 630 1,670 1, 826 1,980 6,136 6, 290 6,116

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“On the first day of the first pay period which begins on or after January 1, 1964, the per annum salaries of staff ofiicers and employees within each class shall be as

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follows:

‘015551 .................... -- 514,255 514,765 515,205 816,676 816,115 816,616 s17,os5 517,555 818,026 ...... __ 015552 ____________________ _- 11,725 12,110 12,495 12,880 13,265 13,650 14,065 14,420 11,806 ______ _01558 6 ____________________ __ 9, 695 10, 015 10, 335 10, 555 10, 975 11. 295 11, 615 11, 965 12, 255 ______ -01555 4 ____________________ -- s, 090 s, 655 s, 620 s, 886 9, 150 9, 415 9, 680 9, 945 10,210 ______ __ Class 5--- 7, 536 7, 775 s, 015 s, 255 s, 495 s, 735 s, 975 9, 215 69, 455 Class 6___ 6,785 7, 000 7, 215 7,130 7, 545 7, 860 8,076 6,290 8,506 Class 7--- 890 6,085 6, 280 5, 475 6,670 5, 866 7,060 7, 255 7,450 7,616 Class 6 ____________________ _- 5, 270 5, 445 5, 520 5, 795 5, 970 6,115 6, 620 6, 495 6, 570 6,816 Class 9 ____________________ -- 4, 715 4, 670 5, 025 5, 180 5, 335 5, 490 5, 645 5, 800 5, 955 5, 110 01555 10 ___________________ -- 4, 215 4, 655 4, 495 4, 635 4. 775 4, 915 , 060 5, 215 5, 670 5, 525

“(b) Notwithstanding the provisions Corresponding new

of subsection (a) of this section, the Secretary may, under such regulations as he may prescribe, classify positions at levels below class 10, and establish salary rates therefor at lower rates than those prescribed by this section, for American employees recruited abroad who are not available or are not qualified for transfer to another post and who perform duties of a more routine nature than are generally performed at the class 10 level.” Conversion

Sec. 904. Foreign Service ofl‘icers, Reserve officers, and Foreign Service stafl‘ ofi'icers and employees who are entitled to receive basic compensation immediately prior to the effective date of this title at one of the rates provided by section 412 or 415 of the Foreign Service Act of 1946, shall receive basic compensation on and after the effective date of this title at the rate of their class determined to be appropriate by the Secretary of State: Provided, That staff ofl‘icers and employees shall be transferred to the new stafi classes established by this Act as follows:

Present class under section 415 of the Foreign Service Act

class under section 415 of the Foreign Service Act of 1946,

of 1946 as amended

FSS— 1 __________________________ -_ FSS— 1 FSS— 2 __________________________ __ FSS— 1 FSS— 3 __________________________ __ FSS— 2 FSS— 4 __________________________ __ FSS— 2 FSS— 5 __________________________ __ FSS— 3 FSS- 6 __________________________ __ FSS- 3 ['88- 7 __________________________ __ FSS— 4 FSS— 8 __________________________ __ FSS— 5 FSS— 9 __________________________ _- FSS— 6 FSS-IO __________________________ __ FSS— 7 FSS—11 __________________________ __ FSS— 8 FSS—12 _________________________ __ FSS~ 9 FSS-13 __________________________ __ FSS—IO FSS_14 and below ________________ __ (‘)

1Remain at present class and salary rate until revised pursuant to new section 415(b).

Conforming amendments Sec. 905. The heading of section 642 of the Foreign Service Act of 1946 is amended by deleting the words “and longevity” and section 642 is amended by deleting “(a) ” in the first paragraph and by deleting subsection (b) in its entirety.

Efi‘ective date

Sec. 906. Except as otherwise expressly provided in this title, this title shall be

come eflective on the first day of the first pay period which begins on or after the date of enactment of this Act.

Title VI—Miscellaneous Salary Provisions

Revision of salary limitations for certain scientific and professional positions Sec. 1001. (a)(1) Section 2(b) of the

Act of August 1, 1947 (Public Law 313,

Eightieth Congress, as amended (75 Stat.

789; 5 U.S.C.1161-1163)), relating to the

rates of compensation of certain scien—

tific or professional positions, is amended to read as follows:

“(b) The per annum rates of compensation for positions established pursuant to the provisions of this Act shall not be less than the minimum rate of grade 16 of the General Schedule of the Classification Act of 1949, as amended, nor more than the highest rate of grade 18 of the General Schedule of such Act and shall be subject to the approval of the United States Civil Service Commisszon.”.

(2) The first section of such Act is amended by adding at the end thereof the following new subsection:

“(g) the Librarian of Congress is authorized to establish and fix the compensation for not more than eight scientific or professional positions in the Library of Congress, each such position being established to carry out research and development functions of the Library which require the services of specially qualified personnel. Section 2(a) shall not apply to positions established under this subsection.”

(b) Section 1581(b) of title 10 of the United States Code, relating to the rates of compensation of certain scientific or professional positions in the Department of Defense, is amended to read as follows:

“(b) Subject to the Civil Service Commission’s approval as to rates, the Secretary may fix: the compensation for positions established under subsection (a). However, the per annum compensation may not be less than the minimum rate of grade 16 of the General Schedule of the Classification Act of 1949, as amended, nor more than the highest rate of grade 18 of the General Schedule of such Act.”.

(0) Section 4 of the Act of May 29, 1959 (73 Stat. 63; Public Law 86-36), as amended by section 204 of the Act of October 4, 1961 (75 Stat. 791; Public Law 87-367), authorizing scientific and professional positions in the National Security Agency, is amended by striking out as amended by paragraph (34) (B) of the first section of the Act of September 2, 1958 (72 Stat. 1456,‘ Public Law 85-861)”.

(d) The proviso contained in the first sentence of section 208(g) of the Public Health Service Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 210(g)), relating to the rates of compensation of certain scientific, pro— fessional, and administrative personnel in the Public Health Service, is amended to read as follows: “: Provided, That the rates of compensation for positions established pursuant to the provisions of this subsection shall not be less than the minimum rate of grade 16 of the General Schedule of the Classification Act of 1949, as amended, nor more than the highest rate of grade 18 of the General Schedule of such Act. and shall be subject to the approval of the Civil Service Com mission".

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(e) The proviso contained in the second sentence of section 12 of the Act of May 29. 1884 (62 Stat. 198 as amended and supplemented; 21 U.S.C. 1130), authorizing the Secretary of Agriculture to em ploy and fix the compensation of technical experts and scientists for research and study of foot-and-mouth disease and other animal diseases, is amended to read as follows; “: Provided, That the number so employed shall not exceed five and that the maximum compensation for each shall not exceed the highest rate of grade 18 of the General Schedule of the Classification Act of 1949 as amended".

(f) Sec‘ion 203(b) (2) of the National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958 (72 Stat. 429; 42 U.S.C. 2873(b) (2)), as amended, authcrizing the Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to establish and fix the compensation of four hundred and tirenty-five scientific, engineering, and administrative positions, is amended by striking out, in the second sentence, ", except that (A) to the extent the Administrator deems such action necessary to the discharge of his responsibilities, he may appoint and fix the compensation (up to a limit of 819.000 a year. or up to a limit of 821.000 0 year for a maximum of thirty positions) of" and by inserting in lieu thereof except that (A) to the extent the Administrator deems such action necessary to the discharge of his responsibilities. he may appoint and fix the compensation (at not to exceed the highest rate of grade 18 of the General Schedule of the Classification Act of 1919, as amended, or, for a maximum of thirty positions, not to exceed 821,000 a year‘) of".

(0) That part of the proviso in section 161d. of the Atomic Energy Act of 1951, as amended (71 Stat. 613,‘ 82 U.S.C. 2201), fixing a limit of 819.000 on the compensation of scientific and technical personnel. is amended by striking out the words “up to a limit of 819.000) " and inserting in lieu thereof "up to a limit of the highest rate of grade 18 of the General Schedule of the Classification Act of 1919, as amended)".

(h) Section 302”) of the Federal Avtation Act of 1958 (72 Stat. 746; (9 USC. lJlIHdLas amended, authorizing the Administrator ot the Federal Aviation Agency to select, employ, and fix the compensation of 23 positions at rates not to exceed $19,500 per annum, is amended by striking out "819,500 per annum" and inserting in lieu thereof “the highes? rate of grade 18 of the General Schedule of the Classification Act of 1919, as amended".

(i) Section 2 of the Act of June 14, 1948, as amended (62 Stat. 441; 66 Stat. 43,’ 22 U.S.C. 290a), relating to the compensation of the United States repre

sentative and alternate on the Executtve Board of the World Health Organi:ation, is amended by striking out "Such representative shall be entitled to receive compensation at a rate not to exceed 812.000 per annum and any such alternate shall be entitled to receive compensation at a rate not to exceed 810,000 per annum", and inserting in ltfli thereof "Such representative and any such alternate shall each be entitled to receive compensation at one of the rates provided by section 412 of the Foreign Service Act of 1946, as amended".

(1) Section 104(b) of the Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange Act of 1961 (75 Stat. 530: Public Law 87-256) authorizing the fixing of the compensation of not to exceed ten employees without regard to the Classification Act of 1989, is amended to read as follows:

"(b) The President is authorized to employ such other personnel as he deems necessary to carry out the provisions and purposes of this Act, and of such personnel not to exceed ten may be com pensatcd without regard to the provisions of the Classification Act of 1989. as amended, but not in excess of the highest rate of grade 18 of the general schedule established by such Act. Such positions shall be in addition to the number (Illt'lOrtZtd by section 505 of the Classification Act of 1949, as amended."

(kHl) Section 625(b) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (75 Stat. 449; Public Law 87-195), as amended, 13 amended by striking out “and of these, not to exceed eight may be compensated at a rate in excess of the highest rate provided for grades of such general schedule but not in excess of 819.000 per year" and inserting in lieu thereof "but not in excess of the highest rate of grade 18 of such general schedule".

(2) Section 625(0) of such Act is amended by striking out "and of these, not to exceed three may be compensated at a rate in excess of the highest rate provided for grades of such general schedule but not in excess of 819,000 per year" and inserting in lieu thereof "but not in excess of the highest rate of grade 18 of such general schedule".

(1) Section 7(b) of the Peace Corps Act (75 Stat. 615: Public Law 87-293) is amended by striking out "and of these not to exceed two may be compensated at a rate in excess of the highest rate provided for grades of such general schedule but not in excess of 819.000 per year" and inserting in lieu thereof "but not in excess of the highest rate of grade 18 of such general schedule".

Agricultural stabtlazation and conservation county committee employees See. 1002. The rates of compensation of persons employed by the county committees established pursuant to section 8(b) of the Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act (16 USC. 590h (b)) shall be increased by amounts equal, as nearly as may be practicable, to the increases provided by title ll of this part for corresponding rates of compensation "I the appropriate schedule or scale of

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Assistant United States attorneys

. Sec I003 (a) The last rc'cg'cph c" section 508 of title 28 of the l'nzted States (‘ode is amended to read as follotcs.‘

"Asustant l'mted States attorneys and attorneys appointed under section 503 of this title not more than 817 $00 "

lb) The rates of basic compensation of assistant United States attorneys ulzc-se basic salaries are fixed by section 508 of title 28, United States Code, shall be increased 7'; per centum eg‘ectise on the first day of the first pay period uhzch begins on or after the date of enactment of this Act.

Employees in the judicial branch

Sec.1008. (a) The rates of basic compensation of ofilcers and employees tn 0' under the )udtcial branch of the Government u'hose rates of compensation c'e fixed by or pursuant to paragraph (2) of subdivision a of section 62 of the Bani:ruptcy Act (11 U S C. 102(aH2' ), srctzon 3656 of title 18 of the United States Code. the third sentence of section 603. section 608(a)(5), or sections 672 to 675. tnclusive, of title 28 of the United States Code, or section 107(0) (6) of the Act of July 11, 1956, as amended (5 U S.C. 2206laH6~ ), are hereby increased by two amounts the first amount to be eflecttve tor the period beginning as of the first day of the first pay period which begins on or after thdcte of enactment of this Act, and ending immediately prior to the first dc; of the first pay period which begins on 0' after January 1, 1961. and the second amount to be effective on the ‘.rst do; of the first pay period which begins on or after January 1, 1964, and thereafter, u'hich refiect the respective applicable increases provided by title 11 of this pa: in corresponding rates of compensation for ofiicers and employees subyeet to the Classification Act of 1989, as amended.

(b) The limitations provided by applicable late on the eflectt've date of t’tzs section tctth respect to the aggregate sclaries payable to secretarzes and Isa: clerks of circuit and diStTlCl fudges are hereby increased by two amounts the first amount to be efiectzre for the period begxnning as of the first day of the first pay period which begins on or after the date of enactment of this Act, and ending immediately prior to the first day of the first pay perzod tchtch begins on or after January 1, 1968. and the second amount to be efiectzve on the first day of the first pay period which begins on or after January 1, 1968. and thereafter, tchich refiect the respective cpphccble increases provided by title ll of this part In corresponding rates of compensation for oflicers and employees subiect to the Classification Act of 1989, as amended.

(c) Section 753(1') of title 28 of the United States Code (relating to the compensation of court 'cporters for distract courts) is amended by s.":i::r.g ou.’ the existing salary lzmttatzon contatned therein and inserting a new l:mitation to be etlectu'e for the pe'nd begznntng as of the first day of the ‘3's.’ pay perzod which begins on or after the date of enactment of this Act. and c'zdzng :"z'nediatcly prior to the first day of the first pay period which begins on or after January 1, 1964, and a second new limitation effective on the first day of the first pay period which begins on or after January 1, 1964, and thereafter, which reflect the respective applicable increases provided by title II of this part in corresponding rates of compensation for ofiicers and employees subject to the Classification Act of 1949, as amended.

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Employees in the legislative branch

Sec. 1005. (a) Each oificer and employee in or under the legislative branch of the Government whose rate of compensation is increased by section 5 of the Federal Employees Pay Act of 1946 shall be paid additional compensation at the rate of 7 per centum of his gross rate of compensation (basic compensation plus additional compensation authorized by law).

(b) The basic compensation of each employee in the oflice of a Senator is hereby adjusted, effective on October 16, 1962, to the lowest multiple of $60 which will provide a gross rate of compensation not less than the gross rate such employee was receiving immediately prior thereto, except that the foregoing provisions of this subsection shall not apply in the case of any employee if on or before the fifteenth day following the date of enactment of this Act the Senator by whom such employee is employed notifies the disbursing office of the Senate in writing that he does not wish such provisions to apply to such employee. In any case in which, at the expiration of the time within which a Senator may give notice under this subsection, such Senator is deceased such notice shall be deemed to have been given.

(0) Notwithstanding the provision referred to in subsection (d), the rates of gross compensation of the elected ofiicers of the Senate (except the Presiding Officer of the Senate), the Legislative Counsel of the Senate, the Official Reporters of Debates of the Senate, the Parliamentarian of the Senate, the Senior Counsel in the Ofi‘ice of the Legislative Counsel of the Senate, and the Chief Clerk of the Senate are hereby increased by 7 per centum.

(d) The paragraph imposing limitations on basic and gross compensation of oflicers and employees of the Senate appearing under the heading “Senate” in the Legislative Appropriation Act, 1956, as amended (74 Stat. 304; Public Law 86-568), is amended to read as follows:

“No ofl‘lcer or employee whose compensation is disbursed by the Secretary of the Senate shall be paid basic compensation at a rate in excess of $8,880 per annum, or gross compensation at a rate in excess of $18,880 per annum, unless expressly authorized by law.”

(e) The limitation on gross rate per hour per person provided by applicable law on the effective date of this section with respect to the folding of speeches and pamphlets for the Senate is hereby increased by 7 per centum. The amount of such increase shall be computed to

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the nearest cent, counting one-half cent and over as a whole cent. The provisions of subsection (a) of this section shall not apply to employees whose compensation is subject to such limitation.

(f) Each officer or employee of the House of Representatives, whose compensation is disbursed by the Clerk of the House of Representatives and is not increased automatically, or is not permitted to be increased administratively, by reason of any other provision of this section, shall receive additional compensation of the rate of 7 per centum of the rate of his total annual compensation in efiect immediately prior to the effective date of this section.

(g) The limitations on gross rate per thousand and gross rate per hour per person provided by applicable law on the effective date of this section with respect to the folding of speeches and pamphlets for the House of Representatives are hereby increased by 7 per centum. The amount of each such increase shall be computed to the nearest cent, counting one-half cent and over as a whole cent.

(h) The additional compensation provided by this section shall be considered a part of basic compensation for the purposes of the Civil Service Retirement Act (5 U.S.C. 2251 and the following).

(i) Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, no rate of compensation which exceeds $21,500 shall be increased by this section, and no increase provided by this section shall cause the gross rate of compensation (basic plus additional compensation authorized by law) or the total annual compensation of any oflicer or employee to exceed $21, 500.

(7') Insofar as the provisions of this section apply to ofl‘icers and employees whose compensation is based on a monthly pay period which begins on the first day of the month, such provisions shall become eflective on October 16, 1962.

Saving provision

Sec. 1006. Notwithstanding any provision of this Act, no rate of basic, gross, or total annual compensation or salary shall be reduced by reason of the enactment of this Act.

Absorption of costs

Sec. 1007. (a) The departments,agencies, establishments, and corporations in the executive branch shall absorb the costs of the increases in basic compensation provided by this Act to the fullest extent possible without seriously affecting the immediate execution of essential functions.

(b) No request for additional or supplemental appropriations to meet the increases in basic compensation provided by this Act shall be transmitted to the Congress unless is is accompanied by a certification of the Director of the Bureau of the Budget that the amounts requested are necessary to provide for the continued execution of essential func— tions of the department, agency, or corporation concerned.

(0) Pursuant to the objective of this section, heads of the executive branch activities concerned are directed to re— view with meticulous care each vacancy resulting from voluntary resignation, retirement, or death and to determine whether the duties of the position can be reassigned to other employees or whether the position can be abolished without seriously aflecting the execution of essential functions.

(d) Nothing contained in subsection (a) of this section shall be held or considered to require (1) the separation from the service of any individual by reduction in force or other personnel action or (2) the placing of any individual in a leave-without-pay status.

Effective date

Sec. 1008. Except as otherwise expressly provided, this title shall become eflective on the first day of the first pay period which begins on or after the date of enactment of this Act.

Ceiling provision

Sec. 1009. Except as provided in section 1005, no rate of compensation which exceeds $20,000 per annum shall be increased or established by or pursuant to this Act and no increase made by or pursuant to this Act shall cause any rate of compensation to exceed $20,000 per annum.

Part III—Adjustment of Annuities

Sec. 1101. (a) The annuity of each person who, on the effective date of this section, is receiving or entitled to receive an annuity from the civil service retirement and disability fund shall be increased by 5 per centum of the amount of such annuity.

(b) The annuity of each person who receives or is entitled to receive an annuity from the civil service retirement and disability fund commencing during the period which begins on the day following the eflective date of this section and ends five years after such date, shall be increased in accordance with the following table:

The annuity shall be increased by— I/ the annuity commences between— January 2, 1963. and De

cember 31, 1963 _______ __ 4 per centum January 1. 1964, and De

cember 31, 1964 _______ __ 3 per centum January 1. 1965, and De

cember 31, 1965 _______ __ 2 per centum January 1, 1966, and De

cember 31, 1966 _______ __ 1 per centum

(c) In lieu of any other increase provided by this section, the annuity of a survivor of a retired employee or Member of Congress who received an increase under this section shall be increased by a percentage equal to the percentage by which the annuity of such employee or Members was so increased.

((1) No increase provided by this section shall be computed on any additional annuity purchased at retirement by voluntary contributions.

(e) The limitation reading “or (3) the sum necessary to increase such annuity, exclusive of annuity purchased by voluntary contributions under the second paragraph of section 10 of this Act, to $2.160” contained in section 8(cHll of the Civil Sen-ice Retirement Act of May 29, 1930. as amended by the Acts of July 16, 1952 (66 Stat. 722; Public Law 555. Eighty-second Congress) and August 31. 1954 168 Stat. 1043; Public Law 747, Eighty-third Conaressb, shall not be eflectire on or after the egecticc date of this section.

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(ii The limitation contained in the next to the last sentence of section 8 MN“ 01 the Civil Service Retirement Act of May ?9. 1930, as amended. as enacted by the Act of August 11, 1955 '69 "ct 892? ""'“"'c l/"r "69 Eighty-fourth (‘nn'~rcn\_ "will In! bu pflocliv'n on rind after the eflectire date of this section.

1"‘ The incrrt‘lsfQ fiffifid'd by this section shall take etlect on the eflectire date 0! this section, except that any increase under si'bscrtion lb) or (cl shall take et‘ect on the beginning date of the annufly

1h) The monthly installment of annmtu alter adiustment under this section shall be fixed at the nearest dol'nr

c" "02 to‘ Section I 0' the (‘1111 Service Retirement Act is amended by adding at the end thereof the following new subsection.‘

"(ti The term ‘price index’ shall mean the annual arerooe over a calendar year of the Consumer Price Index tall items—United States city average) published monthly by the Bureau of Labor Statistics."

(b) Such Act is further amended by redesionatina section 18 as 19, and by inserting after section 17 the following new section:

"Cost-of-lii'ing adiustment of annuities

"Sec. 18. to) After January 1, 1961, and after each succeeding January 1, the Commission shall determine the per centum change in the price index from the later of 1962 or the year preceding the most recent cost-of-licing adyustment to the latest complete year. On the basis of such Commission determination the following adfustments shall be made:

"111 Effective April 1, 1961, if the change in the price index from 1962 to 1963 shall have equaled a rise of at least 3 per centum, each annuity payable from the fund which has a commencing date earlier than January 2, 1963, shall be increased by the per centum rise in the price index adfusted to the nearest one-tenth of l per centum.

"(2) Eflectire April 1 of any year other than 1964 after the price index change shall hare equaled a rise of at least 3 per centum, each annuity payable from the fund which has 0 commencing date earlier than January 2 of the preceding year shall be increased by the per centum rise in the price index adyusted to the nearest one-tenth of 1 per centum.

“(bl Eligibility for an annuity increase under this section shall be gor

erned by the commencing date of each annuity payable from the fund as of the effective date of an increase, except as follows:

“iii Effective from the date of the first increase under this section, an annuity payable from the fund to an annuitant's survivor (other than a child entitled under section 10~dn, which annuity commenced the day after the annuitant's death, shall be increased as provided in subsection lauli or iaHZ) if the commencing date of annuity to the annuitant was earlier than January 2 of the year preceding the first increase.

"121 Eflcctii'c from its (‘Ottltlll‘tlt‘ltltl date, an annuity payable from the fund to an annuitant's suri'ii'or (other than a child enitled under section 10(d1), which annuity commences the day after the annuitant's death and after the effective date of the first increase under this section, shall be increased by the total per centum increase the annuitant was l'CCt'll‘tllg under this section at death.

"13) For purposes of computing an annuity which commences after the e'lectire date of the first increase under this section to a child under soction 101d), the items 8600, 872 , $1.800, and 82.160 appearing in section 101d) shall be increased by the total per centum increase allowed and in force under this section, and, in case of a deceased annuitant. the tlt'ttts 40 per centum and 50 per centum appearino in section 101d) shall be increased by the total per centum increase allowed and in force under this section to the annuitant at death. Eflcctire from the date of the first increase under this section, the pron‘sions of this paragraph shall apply as if such first increase were in eftect with respect to computation of a child's annuity under section 101d) which commenced between January 2 of the year preceding the first increase and the etfectire date of the first increase.

"ici N0 increase in annuity provided by this section shall be computed on any additional annuity purchased at retirement by voluntary contributions.

"idi The monthly installment of annuity after adjustment under this section shall be fixed at the nearest dollar."

Sec 1103. la) Section 919) of the Civil Sen-ice Retirement Act is amended to read as follows:

"lot The annuity as hereinbefore provided Iexcluding any increase because of retirement under section 7) for any married employee or Member retiring under this Act. or any portion of such annuity designated in writing for purposes of section iotaliti, shall be reduced by 2‘; per centum of so much thereof as does not exceed 83.600 and by 10 per centum of so much thereof as exceeds 83.600, unless the employee or Member notifies the Commission in writing at the time of H'llt't'mt'fll that he does not desire his wife or husband to receive an annuity as prul‘ldt'd in section 10(g)(l)."

1b» Section 10-61-11 of such Act is amended to read as follows:

"11' If an employee or Member dies after having retired under any provision of this Act and Is sue-cited by a wife or husband to whom the employee or Member was married at the time of retirement, such wife or husband shall be paid an annuity equal to 55 per cflltum of an annuity computed as provided in subsections to), 1b), to)_ 1d), lei, and (fl 9] 1w": --. 9, or may apply with respect to the annuitant, orof such portion thereof 1:! ".2'. hare been designated in s. such purpose by the 1"‘:7‘.’ - 1" Me“:ber at the time of retirement, L'z'efl the employee or Member '::< n wtsfed the Commission in writing 5.’ ":1of retirement that he does not duire his wife or husband to receive such annuity."

Ic' Section 101M 0! such Act is amended by striking out "50 per centum" and inserting in lieu thereof “55 per centum".

idi Section 1010 of such Act is amended by sinking out "50 per centurn” and inserting in lieu thereof "55 per centum".

lei Section mm of such Act is amended by striking out "50 per centum" and inserting in lieu thereof "55 per centum”.

lfHAi Section 11h of the Civil Serrice Retirement Act is amended by substituting a comma for the period at the end thereof and adding the following.‘ "or such unmarried child b'fl'r. ezch'ren and twenty-one years of cc» 2. '1 v :s a student regularly pursuing a ,'U”-l2"t( course of study or training in "std": '1' in a high school, trade school. technical or vocational institute, funior college. college, university, or comparable recognized educational institution. A child whose twenty-first birthday occurs prior to July 1 or after August 31 of any cc.’endar year, and while he is regularly pursuing such a course of study or ."c:". ing, shall be deemed for the purposes of this paragraph and section 101d) to hare attained the age of twenty-one on the first day of July following such birthday. A child who is a student shall not be deemed to have ceased to be a student during any interim between school years if the interim does not exceed four months and if he shows to the satisfaction of the Commission that he has a bona fide intention of continuing to pursue a course of study or training in the same or different school during 7%» school semester ior other period into which the school year is divided) immediately following the interim.“

(RI The third sentence of section 10161 of the Act is amended to read as follows r "The child's annuity shall commence on the day after the employee or Member dies, and such annuity granted under this Act or under the Act of May 29,1930, as amended from and after February 28, 1948, or any right thereto shad terminate on the last day of the month before it! his attaining age eighteen unless incapable of self-support, age II) his becoming capable of self-support

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after eighteen, (3) his marriage, or (4) his death, except that the annuity of a child who is a student as described in section 1(9') shall terminate on the last day of the month before (1 ) his marriage, (2) his death, (3) his ceasing to be such a student, or (4) his attaining age twenty-one.”

Sec. 1104. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the benefits made payable under the Civil Service Retirement Act by reason of the enactment of this part shall be paid from the civil service retirement and disability fund.

Sec. 1105. Section 1101 of this part shall take effect on January 1, 1963. The amendments made by section 1103 (except subsection (f)) shall not apply in the case of employees or Members retired or otherwise separated prior to the date of enactment of this Act, and the rights of such persons and their survivors shall continue in the same manner and to the same extent as if these amendments had not been enacted.

And the Senate agree to the same.

OLIN D. JOHNSTON,

MIKE MONRONEY,

FRANK CARLSON, Managers on the Part of the Senate.

TOM MURRAY,

JAMES H. MORRISON,

ROBERT J. CORBETT, Managers on the Part of the House.

The Senate proceeded to consider the said report; and

Resolved, That the Senate agree thereto. Ordered, That the Secretary notify the House of Representatives thereof.

On motion by Mr. JOHNSTON to reconsider the vote agreeing to the report,

On motion by Mr. MANSFIELD,

The motion to reconsider was laid on

the table.

INVESTMENT BY CERTAIN BANKS IN CORPO

RATIONS PROVIDING CLERICAL SERvIcEs

On motion by Mr. MANSFIELD,

The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (H.R. 8874) to authorize certain banks to invest in corporations whose purposes is to provide clerical services for them, and for other purposes; and having been amended on the motion of Mr. PROXMIRE.

Ordered, That the amendment be engrossed and the bill read a third time.

The said bill, as amended, was read the third time.

Resolved, That it pass.

Ordered, That the Secretary notify the House of Representatives thereof.

On motion by Mr. MANSFIELD to reconsider the vote on the passage of the bill,

On motion by Mr. PROxMIRE,

The motion to reconsider was laid on

the table.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE

A message from the House of Representatives, by Mr. Bartlett, one of its clerks:

Mr. President: The House of Representatives insists upon its amendment to the bill (S. 3389) to promote the foreign commerce of the United States

through the use of mobile trade fairs, disagreed to by the Senate; it agrees to the conference asked by the Senate on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses thereon and has appointed Mr. BONNER, Mr. DOWNING, Mr. CASEY, Mr. MAILLIARD, and Mr. PELLY managers at the same on its part.

CONSIDERATION OF UNOBJECTED BILLS ON
CALENDAR
On motion by Mr. MANSFIELD, and
by unanimous consent,

Ordered, That the calendar be called for the consideration of bills to which there is no objection, beginning with Order No. 2179.

The following bills were thereupon considered; and no amendment was made:

H.R. 7791. An act to amend title 13 of the United States Code to provide for the collection and publication of foreign commerce and trade statistics, and for other purposes;

H.R. 4034. An act for the relief of Lt. Comdr. David V. Kyrklund;

H.R. 6386. An act for the relief of Cleo A. Dekat;

H.R. 8321. An act for the relief of Maj. Clara May Matthews;

H.R. 8662. An act for the relief of Jose Fuentes;

H.R. 9128. An act for the relief of Sgt. Ernest I. Aguilar;

H.R. 9199. An act for the relief of certain officers and enlisted personnel of 1202d Civil Affairs Group, Fort Hamilton, N .Y.;

H.R. 9804. An act for the relief of Cuyahoga County, Ohio;

H.R. 9894. An act for the relief of Loretta Shea, deceased, in full settlement of the claims of that estate;

H.R. 10002. An act for the relief of civilian employees of the New York Naval Shipyard, and for other purposes;

H.R. 10026. An act for the relief of Thomas J. Fitzpatrick and Peter D. Power;

H.R. 10199. An act for the Lester A. Kicher;

H.R. 10415. An act for Earl T. Briley;

H.R. 10423. An act for Mrs. Dorothy H. Johnson;

H.R.11058. An act for Carl Adams;

H.R. 11334. An act for Mary J. Papworth;

H.R.11578. An act for the relief of Don C. Jensen and Bruce E. Woolner;

H.R. 12090. An act for the relief of James Comeau;

H.R.-12539. An act for the relief of Leslie 0. Cox and other employees of the Federal Aviation Agency;

H.R. 12701. An act for the relief of Catalina Properties, Inc.; and

H.R. 12936. An act for the relief of Kenneth E. Foussé and others.

Ordered, That they pass to a third reading.

The said bills were severally read the third time.

Resolved, That they pass.

Ordered, That the Secretary notify the House of Representatives thereof.

relief of the relief of the relief of

the relief of

the relief of

The Senate proceeded to consider the following bills; and the reported amendments were agreed to:

S. 3631. A bill to amend title 13, United States Code, to preserve the confidential nature of copies of reports filed with the Bureau of the Census on a confidential basis;

S. 2478. A bill to amend section 144 of title 28 of the United States Code;

S. 2450. A bill for the relief of Major C. Todd, Jr., and the estate of Ira T. Todd, Sr.;

S. 2451. A bill for the relief of G. W. Todd and the estate of Lloyd Parks; and

S. 3371. A bill for the relief of Dr. James T. Maddux.

Ordered, That the bills be engrossed and read a third time.

The said bills were severally read the third time.

Resolved, That they pass and the respective titles thereof be as aforesaid.

Ordered, That the Secretary request the concurrence of the House of Representatives therein.

The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (S. 3375) for the relief of George Edward Leonard; and no amendment being made,

Ordered, That it be engrossed and read a third time.

The said bill was read the third time.

Resolved, That it pass and that the title thereof be as aforesaid.

Ordered, That the Secretary request the concurrence of the House of Representatives therein.

CONFERENCE REPORT ON S. 1552

Mr. KEFAUVER submitted the following conference report:

The committee of conference on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses on the amendments of the House to the bill (S. 1552) to amend and supplement the laws with respect to the manufacture and distribution of drugs, and for other purposes, having met, after full and free conference, have agreed to recommend and do recommend to their respective Houses as follows:

That the Senate recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the House to the text of the bill and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the matter proposed to be inserted by the House amendment insert the following: That this Act, divided into titles and sections according to the following table of contents, may be cited as the “Drug Amendments of 1962”.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Title l—Drugs Part A—Amendments to assure safety, eflectiveness, and reliability Sec.101. Requirement of adequate controls in manufacture. Eflectiveness and safety of new drugs Records and reports as to experience on new drugs. New drug clearance procedure. Certification of antibiotics. Records and reports as to experience on antibiotics. Eflective dates and application of part A.

Sec. 102. Sec. 103. Sec. 104. Sec. 105. Sec. 106.

Sec. 107.

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