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courts) is amended by striking out the existing salary limitation contained therein and inserting a new limitation to be effective for the period beginning 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 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 officers and employees subject to the Classification Act of 1949, as amended.

Employees in the legislative branch

Sec. 1005. (a) Each ofiicer 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 office of a Senator is hereby adjusted, efiective 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 officers 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 Office 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 officers 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 officer or employee whose cornpensation 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 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 at the rate of 7 per centum of the rate of his total annual compensation in effect 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 officer or employee to exceed $21,500.

(7') Insofar as the provisions of this section apply to officers 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 it 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 functions 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 review 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 affecting 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 personal action or (2) the placing of any individual in a leave-without-pay status.

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id) No increase pftrl‘ldtd by this section shall be computed on any additional annuity purchased at retirement by t‘Oluntary contributions.

(H The liflltldllun 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 32.160" contained in section M0“) at the Civil Service Retirement Act of May 29, 1930. as amended by the Acts of July 16, I952 (66 Stat. 722: Public Law 555. Eighty-second Congress), and August 3!. 1954 (68 Stat 1043; Public Law 747, Eighty-third Congress), shall not be effectire on or after the ettective date of this section

(f) The limitation contained in the next to the last sentence of section mm (1) of the Civil Service Retirement Act of May 29, 1930, as amended, as enacted by the Act of August H, 1955 (69 Stat. 692; Public Law 369, Eighty-fourth Congress), shall not be ef'ectiz'e on and after the eflective date of this section.

(g) The increases 97011480.‘! by "US section shall take eflect on the effective date of this section, except that any increase under subsectzon (b) or (0) shall take efleet on the beginning date of the annuity.

(h) The monthly installment of annuity after adjustment under this section shall be fixed at the nearest dollar.

Sec. 1102. (a) Section I of the Civil Service Retirement Act is amended by adding at the end thereof the following new subsection:

“(t) The term ‘price index’ shall mean the annual average over a calendar year of the Consumer Price Index (all items—United States city average) published monthly by the Bureau of Labor Statistics."

(b) Such Act is further amended by redesignating section 18 as 19. and by inserting after section 17 the following new section.‘

"COSl-OI-lll‘ltlfl adjustment of annuities

“See. 18. (a) After January I, 1964, and after each succeeding January I. 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-living adjustment to the latest complete year. On the basis of such Commission determina~ tion. the following adjustments shall be made:

"(1) Eflectii'e April I, 1964, if the change in the price index from 1963 to 1963 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. 1963. shall be increased by the per centum rise in the price index adjusted to the nearest one-tenth of l per centum.

"(2) Eflectn‘e April I of any year other than 1964 after the price index chance shall have 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 in

creased by the per ientum rise in the

price index adjusted to the newest

one-tenth of l per centum.

"(b) Eligibility for an annuity increase under this section shall be governed by the commencing date of each annuity payable from the fund as of the etfccttve date of an increase. except as follows.‘

“(1) Eflectice from the date of the first increase under this section, an annuity payable from the fund to an annuitant's suri-ii-or (other than a child entitled under section 10(d), which annuity commenced the day after the annuitant’s death, shall be increased as provided in subsection (a)(l) or (aHZ) if the commenczng date of annuity to the annuitant was earlier than January 2 of the year preceding the first increase.

"(2) Eflective from its commencing date. an annuity payable from the 114 nd to an annuitant's fllt’l‘tl'Of (other than a child entitled under section 101d), which annuity commences the day after the annuitant's death and after the eflective date of the first increase under this section. shall be increased by the total per centum increase the annuitant was ft't‘t'll‘t'lO under this section at death.

“(3) for purposes of computing an annuity which commences after the etlectire date of the first increase under this section to a child under section 10111), the items of 8600. 8720, 81.800, and 82.160 appearing in section tbid) shall be increased by the total per centum increase allowed and in force under this section, and. in case of a deceased annuitant. the items 40 per centum and 50 per centum appearing in section 10(d) shall be incrcased by the total per centum increase allowed and in force under this section to the annuitant at death Eflective from the date of the first increase under this section. the provisions of this paragraph shall apply as if such first increase were in effeet with respect to computation of a child's annuity under section lO'dI which commenced between January 2 of the year preceding the first increase and the effective date of the first in. crease.

"(c) No increase in annuity proi-ided by this section shall be computed on any additional annuity purchased at retirement by voluntary contributions.

“(d) The monthly installment of annuity after adiustment under this section shall be fixed at the nearest dol

Sec. 1103. (a) Section 9(0) of the CH1‘ Service Retirement Act is amended to read as follows.

“(a) The annuity as hereinliefore provided (excluding 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 lOiaHl), 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 retirement that he does not desire his wife or husband to receirc an annuity as procided :-. section 10sa)(t)."

(b) Section 10mm) of such Act :1 amended to read as follows:

"(f) If an employee or Mc'n’v' dies after having retired under any p'-1'. 11:1 7: of this Act and is Suft‘ll‘fd by c -..:'r t ' husband to whom the employee 1" .L'ember was married at the tune of retirement, such wife or husband s'zal.‘ he can! an annuity equal to $5 per cent-a": of c-. annuity computed as procided in subsections (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), and (I) of section 9, as may apply with wish! to the a'znuitanLor if such portion thereof as may hare been designated 1*. ariting for such purpose by the e";p.'~',ee or Member at the time 11' rctzre'ncru', unless the employee 11' Fae-racer has notified the Commission :-. w'mng a.’ the time of retirement that he 11 ea 7.1»:

desire his wife or husband .' '(‘-‘'2!( such annuity." (c) Section lOlb) 0! ‘2.1"’; Act :1

amended by striking out ‘'50 per mtum" and inserting in lieu thereof "55 per centum".

(d) Section title) of such Act is amended by striking out "50 per centum“ and inserting in lieu thereof "55 :e' centu'a".

(e) Sect:on [0(a) or such Act is amended by striking out "50 per centum and inserting in lieu thereof "55 pe' centum".

(fHA) Section Hf) of the (‘:1 :l Sc’:ice Retirement Act is amended 5', substituting a comma for the penod a! the end thereof and adding the following: ‘ or such unmarried 1 ’;:.’'d between eighteen and twenty-one wars of ace :. 7.1. 1! a student regularly pursuing a tall-time course of study or training 1': 'csrdence in a high school. trade school, technzccl or rocational institute, junior c~-.'.'ece college, unit'ersity, or comparable 'ecr-gnixed educational institution. A chzld whose twenty-first birthday occu's p'ior to July I or after August 31 of an; calendar year, and while he is regular}; pursuing such a course of study or ."cznzng shall be deemed for the purposes of rm paragraph and sectron 10~d) to haze a2tained the age of twenty-one on the first day of July following such bz'fhdc', A child who is a student shall not be deemed to have ceased to be a student during any interim betttccrz sch-1.‘ yes’) if the interim dHes not exceed ' 2.’ months and if he shorts to the satisfaction of the Commission that he has a bona tide intention of continuing to parsue a course of study or training in the same or different school during 2"." school semester (or other period into it Me’: the school year is divided) 29'2"‘.l'd26.'(1; ‘a!lowi'ng the interim."

(8) The third sentence of sectzcn 10 (d) of the Act is amended to read as follows: "The child's annarfy shall co"!mence on the day all" the empfcyee 1' Member dies. and such annuity granted under this Act or undc' the Act 0' May 29, 1930, as amended f'orn and after February 28, 1948, or any right thereto shall terminate on the last day of the month before (1) his attaining age eighteen unless incapable of self-support, and (2) his becoming capable of self-support 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.”

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Sec. 1104. 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.

AMENDMENT OF LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY ACT or THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA On motion by Mr. MANSFIELD, The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (HR. 12546) to amend the Life Insurance Company Act of the District of Columbia (48 Stat. 1145) approved June 19, 1934, as amended, and the reported amendments having been agreed to, Ordered, That the amendments 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 request the concurrence of the House of Representatives in the amendments.

APPOINTMENT OF ADDITIONAL ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF sTATE On motion by Mr. MANSFIELD, and by unanimous consent,

The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (S. 3459) to authorize the appointment of one additional Assistant Secretary of State; 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 H.R. 7283

Mr. JOHNSTON (for Mr. LONG of Louisiana) submitted the following conference report:

The committee of conference on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses on the amendments of the Senate to the bill (HR. 7283) to amend the War Claims Act of 1948, as amended, to provide compensation for certain World War II losses, 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 amendments numbered 5, 7, 8, and 9.

That the House recede from its dis— agreement to the amendments of the Senate numbered 1, 2. 3, 4, 10, 11.12, 13. 14, 15, 17, and 18, and agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 6: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment of the Senate numbered 6, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the matter proposed to be inserted by the Senate amendment insert the following: (2), and thereafter of any award made pursuant to section 202(a) to any claimant certified to the Commission by the Small Business Administration as having been, on the date of loss, damage, or destruction, a small business concern within the meaning now set forth in the Small Business Act, as amended.

And the Senate agree to the same.

Amendment numbered 16: That the House recede from its disagreement to the amendment numbered 16, and agree to the same with an amendment as follows: In lieu of the matter proposed to be inserted by the Senate amendment insert the following:

Sec. 206. At the end of the Act, as amended, add the following new section:

“Sec. 41. (a) Notwithstanding any statute of limitation. lapse of time, any prior decision by any court of the United States, or any compromise, release or assignment to the Alien Property Custodian, jurisdiction is hereby conferred upon the United States Court of Claims to hear, determine, and report to the Congress concerning the claims against the United States for the proceeds received by the United States from the sale of the property vested under the provisions of the Trading With the Enemy Act by vesting order number 33 relating to certificate numbers 104 to 121, inclusive, 125, 126, 128 to 134, inclusive, and 137 to 139, inclusive. Proceedings with respect to such claims may be instituted hereunder not later than one year after the date of the enactment of this Act.

“(b) As used in this section the word ‘copyrights’ includes copyrights, claims of copyrights, rights to copyrights, and rights to copyright renewals.

“(c) All copyrights vested in the Alien Property Custodian or Attorney General under the provisions of this Act subsequent to December 17, 1941, which have not been returned or otherwise disposed

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of under this Act, except copyrights vested by vesting orders 128 (7 F.R. 7578), 13111 (14 F.R. 1730), 143449 (15 F.R. 1575), 17366 (16 F.R. 2483) ,and17952 (16 F.R. 6162) and copyrights vested with respect to the motion picture listed last in exhibit A of vesting order 11803. as amended (13 F.R. 5167, 15 F.R. 1626), are hereby divested as a matter of grace, effective the ninety-first day after the date of enactment of this section, and the persons entitled thereto shall on that day succeed to the rights, privileges, and obligations arising out of such copyrights, subject, however, to—

“(1) the rights of licensees under licenses issued by the Alien Property Custodian or the Attorney General in respect of such copyrights;

"(2) the rights of assignees under assignments by the Alien Property Custodian or the Attorney General of interests in such licenses ,' and

“ (3) the right retained by the United States to reproduce, for its own use. or exhibit any divested copyrighted motion picture films.

The rights and interests remaining in the Attorney General under licenses issued by him or by the Alien Property Custodian in respect to copyrights divested hereunder are hereby transferred, effective the day of divestment, to the persons entitled to such copyrights: Provided, That all unpaid royalties or other income accrued in favor of the Attorney General under such licenses prior to the day of divestment shall be paid by the licensees to the Attorney General.

“(d) All rights or interests vested in the Alien Property Custodian or the Attorney General under the provisions of this Act subsequent to December 17. 1941, arising out of prevesting contracts entered into with respect to copyrights, except—

“(1) royalties or other income received by or accrued in favor of the Alien Property Custodian or the Attorney General under such contracts;

“(2) rights or interests which have been returned or otherwise disposed of under this Act; and

“(3) rights or interests vested by vesting orders 128 (7 F.R. 7578), 13111 (14 F.R. 1730), 14349 (15 F.R. 1575), and 17366 (16 F.R. 2483).

are hereby divested as a matter of grace, efiective the ninety-first day after the date of enactment of this section, and the persons entitled to such rights or interests shall succeed thereto, subject to the right of the Attorney General to collect and receive all unpaid royalties or other income accrued in his favor under such prevesting contracts prior to the day of divestment.

“(e) Nothing in this section shall be construed to transfer to a person entitled to a copyright divested hereunder the right of the Attorney General to sue for the infringement of such copyright during the period between (1) the vesting thereof or the vesting of rights and interests in a contract entered into with respect thereto, and (2) the day of divestment. The right to sue for infringe

merit shall remain in the Attorney Gen-
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And the Senate agreed to the same,
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Oars HARRIS.

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Lao W. O'Baucs'.

J0me D. Dis'cztt.

J. Aarttt'l Yot'xcn.

Mrtros W. Gtrxs, Managers on the Part of the House.

The Senate proceeded to consider the said report.

On the question of agreeing to the report.

Pending debate,

On motion by Mr. “ANSI'UZLD. and by unanimous consent.

Ordered, That debate on the question of agreeing to the'report terminate at 6 o'clock and 20 minutes pm. today and that a vote be taken thereon at 1 o'clock and 30 minutes p m tomorrow

On motion by Mr .\1A.\'Sl‘l£l.l).

The yeas and nays. being desired by one-fifth of the Senators present. were ordered on the question of agreeing to the report.

On motion by Mr “As-snub, and by unanimous consent.

Ordered. That when the Senate adiourrm today it be to meet at 11 o'clock a in tomorrow

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On motion by Mr Mas-snub,

Tne Senate proceeded to consider the bill (S. 30241 to extend the maximum maturity of Veterans‘ Administration guaranteed or insured home loans from 30 to 35 years; and no amendment being made.

Ordered, That it he engrossed and read a third time

The said bill was read the third time

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

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

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.\fr .\lA.\'$'l!‘Lt). by unanimous consent. introduced a joint resolution (SJ Res. 2351 to extend the time during winch loans for mass transportation facilities may be made under title 11 of the Housing Amendments of 1955; which was read the first and second times by unanimous consent.

The Senate proceeded. by unanimous consent. to consider the said _ioint resolution; and no amendment being made,

Ordered. That it be engrossed and read the third time.

The said joint resolution was read the third time by unanimous consent.

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.

(‘ONI'IZHINFIZ IIZPOIT O!‘ H... 7283

The Senate resumed the consideration of the committee of conference on the disagrwing votes of the two Houses on the amendments of the Senate to the bill (if R 72831 toamend the War Claims Act of 1948. as amended. to provide compensation for certain World War 11 losses.

The question being on agreeing to the report.

Pending debate.

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A message from the House of Representatives. by Mr Maurer, one of its clerksv

Mr. President: The House of Representatives has agreed to the amendments of the Senate to the bill (HR. 5260) to make permanent the existing suspensions of the tax on the first domestic processing of coconut oil. palm oil. palm kernel oil. and fatty acids. salts. and combinations or mixtures thereof.

The Speaker of the House having signed 11 enrolled bills. viz. HR. 1660. HR. 2836, HR. 7099. HR. 8556. HR. 9342. HR 1061?, HR. 10881. H R 11018. HR. 11099. HR. 12855. and HR 1288?, 1 am directed to bring the same to the Senate for the signature of its President

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The Secretary reported that he had examined and found truly enrolled the following bills:

HR. 1660. An act for the relief of Margaret MacPherson. Angus MacPherson. Ruth MacPherson. and Marilyn MacPherson:

HR 2836. An act for the relief of C. Edwin Alley;

HR. 7099 An act to validate payments of certain per diem allowances made to members and former members of the U 8 Coast Guard while serving in special programs OVPI'SQl-S:

HR. 8556. An act to amend the National Science Foundation Act of 1950 to require certain additional information to be filed by an applicant for a scholarship or fellowship. and to amend the National Defense Education Act of 1958 with respect to certain requirements for payments or loans under the provisions of such act. and for other purposes.

HR 9342. An act to provide for an exchange of lands between the United States and the Southern Ute Indian Tribe, and for other purposes:

H R. 10617 An act providing that the US district courts shall have jurisdiction of certain cases involving pollution of interstate river systems. and providing for the venue thereof;

HR. 10881. An act for the relief of Ma) Smith Sunga;

HR. 11018. An act to amend the act

concerning gifts to minors in the District of Columbia,

HR. 11099. An act to amend the Public Helath Service Act to provide for the establishment of an Institute of Child Health and Human Development, to we tend for 3 additional years the authorization for grants for the construction of facilities for research in the sciences related to health. and for other purposes;

HR 12855 An act to amend the Air:cultural Adjustment Act of 1938 relating to the leLse and transfer of tobacco acreage allotments; and

HR 1288'.‘ An act for tr.‘~ nit-1 r! Benyamin Leach. Diogracias Leach Rogelio Leach. and Maximo leach.

The ACTING PRESIDENT pro tempore thereupon signed the same

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On motion by .\f.'. Ht'xnun',

The Senate proceeded to consider the bill (S 29001 to provide for the rv-presentation of certain defendants :r. crirninal cases in the L‘ 8 district courts; and the reported amendments hay-.1‘..- our. agreed to.

Ordered, That it be engraved and the bill read a third time

The said bill was read the thzrd 11m

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

Ordered. That the Secretary request the concurrence of the Htiliv‘ o.’ Representative therein

On motion by .\f.' Hcxntan' to re. consider the vote on the ;Ii\\'~i'\-" of the bill.

On motion by .‘-t: Hlt'siu

‘The motion to reconsider a a~ 1:1.d or.

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On motion by .\fr llt'uriirrv,

The Senate proceeded to conszder the bill (H R. 77811 to authorize the 55.71111‘.istrator of General Services to convey by quitclaim deed a parcel of land an PrunGeontes County, .\id to the Szlyer H111 Voluntary Fire Department and Rescue Squad: and having been amt-hard or. thimotion of Mr Human’

Ordered, That the arm-moment be H‘.grossed and the bill read a ttzzrd 2:31-

The said bill 1» amended aas r-ad the third time

Resolved. That it pass

Ordered, ‘that the Secretary 7m; m". the concurrence of the Home of Representatives in the amendment

On motion by .\tr HL'IPNIIIY to reconsider the vote on the passaw of the bill

on the motion of .\tr. Hutu.

The motion to reconsider aas ‘.a:d or. the table.

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On motion by .\f.' ‘i'uaoloool.

The Senate resumed the considerancr. of the joint resolution (H.J. Res. 489') to provide protection for the golden eagle

The amendment heretofore prop-(lard to the reported amendment by .\f.' Town was agreed to. and the reported amendment. as amended. agreed to.

Ordered That the amendment be er.'tTHxXH’d and the Joint resolaztzt-r. read a third time.

‘Die said _‘(illll Z'Y‘SOIUUOD as amended was read the third time

Resolwd, That it paw and that the preamble be at: reed to

Ordered. That the Secretary requev. the concurrence of the Home of Representatives in the amendments

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(KB. 12135) to authorize appropriations for the fiscal years 1964 and 1965 for the construction of certain highways in accordance with title 23 of the United States Code, and for other purposes; it agrees to the conference asked by the Senate on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses thereon and has appointed Mr. FALLON, Mr. KLUCZYSKI, Mr. JoNEs of Alabama, Mr. CRAMER, and Mr. BALDWIN managers at the same on its part.

The House has disagreed to the amendment of the Senate to the bill (HR. 12599) relating to the income tax treatment of terminal railroad corporations and their shareholders; it asks a conference with the Senate on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses thereon and has appointed Mr. MILLS, Mr. KING of California, Mr. Booos, Mr. MAsoN, and Mr. BYRNEs of Wisconsin managers at the same.

The House has agreed to the report of the committee of conference on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses on the amendment of the Senate to the bill (HR. 4670) to amend the law relating to indecent publications in the District of Columbia.

The House has passed the following bills, in which it requests the concurrence of the Senate:

HR. 3985. An act to amend the Tariff Act of 1930 with respect to the duty treatment of certain bread;

HR. 9414. An act to amend the Tariff Act of 1930 to provide that imported electron microscopes shall be subject to the regular customs duty regardless of the nature of the institution or organization importing them;

H.R. 12030. An act to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 with respect to moneys received in payment for special statistical studies and compilations and certain other services:

H.R. 12109. An act to amend the Tariff Act of 1930 to permit certain natural grasses and other natural materials to be imported free of duty; and

HR. 12470. An act to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 to provide that the deduction for child care expenses shall be available to a wife who has been deserted by and cannot locate her husband on the same basis as a single woman.

HOUSE BILL REFERRED

The foregoing bills, this day received from the House of Representatives for concurrence, were severally read the first and second times by unanimous consent and referred to the Committee on Finance.

REPORT or CHANGES IN INTERNATIONAL EMBARGO LIST

The ACTING PRESIDENT pro tempore laid before the Senate a communication from the Secretary of State, transmitting, pursuant to law, a confidential report of the changes in the international embargo list resulting from the 1962 Paris Coordinating Committee annual review; which, with the accompanying papers, was referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations.

REPORT OF GIFTS AND REQUESTS RECEIVED AND ACCEPTED BY U.S. NATIONAL COMIHISSION

The ACTING PRESIDENT pro tempore laid before the Senate a communication from the Acting Secretary of State, transmitting, pursuant to law, a report of gifts and bequests received and accepted by the U.S. National Commission for the United Nations Educational. Scientific, and Cultural Organization for the fiscal year 1962; which. with the accompanying papers, was referred to the Committee on Foreign Relations.

REPORT ON REvIEw or EXTENT To \VHICH
MILITARY PROCUREMENT AGENCIES AND
PRIME coNTRAcroRs HAVE OBTAINED cER-
TIFICATIONS As TO THE AccDRAcY AND
COMPLETENESS or 0051" DATA UsED IN NE-
coTIATIoN or CONTRACT PRICES
The ACTING PRESIDENT pro tem-

pore laid before the Senate a communi

cation from the Comptroller General of the United States, transmitting, pursuant to law, a report on the review of extent to which military procurement agencies and prime contractors have obtained certifications as to the accuracy and completeness of cost data used in negotiation of contract prices; which, with the accompanying report, was referred to the Committee on Government Operations.

REPORT or PROPOSED coNcEssIoN coNTRAcT IN A NATIONAL PARK

The ACTING PRESIDENT pro tempore laid before the Senate a communication from the Assistant Secretary of the Interior, transmitting, pursuant to law, a proposed award of a concession contract in a. national park under the National Park Service; which, with the accompanying papers, was referred to the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.

INTRoDUcTIoN or BILLS AND A .IoINr
REsoLU'rIoN

Bills and a joint resolution were introduced, severally read the first and second times by unanimous consent, and referred as follows:

By Mr. MANSFIELD
MAcNUsoN):

S. 3789. A bill for the relief of Fun Wat Hoy; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. McCARTHY :

S. 3790. A bill to authorize the Secretary of the Army to convey to the city of St. Paul, Minn., all right, title. and interest of the United States in and to certain lands heretofore conveyed to such city; to the Committee on Armed ServIces.

(for Mr.

By Mr. DODD:

S. 3791. A bill to establish a Federal Chemical Council to study and make recommendations concerning insecticides. herbicides, rodenticides, and related chemical products; to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare.

By Mr. CURTIS (for Mr. CAPE-
HART):

S. 3792. A bill for the relief of Miss Markala P. Rotofanousi; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

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