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Pub. Law 89-90
July 27, 1965 _79 STAT. 266.
clerks at $4,200 basic per annum each, and six expert transcribers Contingent fund, at $3,900 basic per annum each: Provided further, That the Secretary payment of emer- is hereafter authorized to obtain, by contract or otherwise, emergency genoy employees. reporters and transcribers as may be necessary, payments therefor
to be made from the contingent fund of the Senate, and that Senate Resolution 196, agreed to August 21, 1961, and Senate Resolution 170, agreed to July 15, 1963, are hereby repealed: Provided further, That effective July 1, 1965, the basic compensation of the assistant to the Majority and the assistant to the Minority may be fixed by the Majority and Minority Leaders, respectively, at not to exceed $8,160 per annum each.
COMMITTEE EMPLOYEES For professional and clerical assistance to standing committees and the Select Committee on Small Business, $3,236,145.
For clerical assistance to the Conference of the Majority, at rates of compensation to be fixed by the chairman of said committee, $95,980.
For clerical assistance to the Conference of the Minority, at rates of compensation to be fixed by the chairman of said committee, $95,980.
ADMINISTRATIVE IND (LERICAL ASSISTANTS TO SEXATORS
OFFICE OF SERGEIST AT ARMS AND DOORKEEPER
For office of Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper, $3,051,230: Provided, That effective July 1, 1963, the basic per annum compensation of the foreman of skilled laborers shall be $2,340 in lieu of $2,100; the basic per annum compensation of two skilled laborers shall be $2,100 each in lieu of $1,920 each; and the Sergeant at Arms may employ six additional laborers at $1,680 basic per annum each.
OFFICES OF THE SECRETARIES FOR THE MAJORITY AND THE MINORITY
For the offices of the Secretary for the Majority and the Secretary for the Minority, $160,885: Provided, That effective July 1, 1965, the respective Secretaries may fix the basic compensation of the assistant secretary for the Majority and the assistant secretary for the Minority at not to exceed $8,820 per annum each.
OFFIC'ES OF THE MAJORITY AND MINORITY WHIPS
For four clerical assistants, two for the Majority Whip and two for the Minority Whip, at rates of compensation to be fixed in basic multiples of $60 per annum by the respective Whips, $17,815 each; in all, $35,630.
OFFICE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL OF THE SENATE For salaries and expenses of the Office of the Legislative Counsel of the Senate, $308,000.
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79 STAT. 267. SENATE PROCEDURE For compiling, preparing, and editing "Senate Proceduro”, 1964 edition, $4,000, of which amount $2,000 shall be paid to Charles L. Watkins, Parliamentarian Emeritus of the Senate, and $2,000 shall be paid to Floyd M. Riddick, Parliamentarian of the Senate.
CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE SENATE
SENATE POLICY COMMITTEES
JUTOMOBILES AND MAINTENANCE
For service and materials in cleaning and repairing furniture, and for the purchase of furniture, $31,190: Provided. That the furniture purchased is not available from other agencies of the Government.
INQUIRIES AND INVESTIGATIONS For expenses of inquiries and investigations ordered by the Senate or conducted pursuant to section 134(a) of Public Law 601, Seventyninth Congress, including $392,000 for the Committee on Appropria- 60 Stat. 831. tions, to be available also for the purposes mentioned in Senate Reso- 2 USC 190b. lution Numbered 193, agreed to October 14, 1943, $4,777,390.
For the employment of personnel for folding speeches and pamphlets at a gross rate of not exceeding $2.17 per hour per person, $39,300.
MAIL TRANSPORTATION For maintaining, exchanging, and equipping motor vehicles for carrying the mails and for official use of the offices of the Secretary and Sergeant at Arms, $16,560,
For miscellaneous items, exclusive of labor, $3,222,75; including $246,000, for payment to the Architect of the Capitol in accordance with section 4 of Public Law 87–82, approved July 6, 1961.
75 Stat. 199. 40 USC 1744-4.
For postage stamps for the offices of the Secretaries for the Majority and Minority, $110; and for air-mail and special delivery stamps for office of the Secretary, $160; office of the Sergeant at Arms, $125; Senators and the President of the Senate, as anthorized by law,
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July 27, 1965 794 STAT. 268.
$90,100, and the maximum allowance per capital of $610 is increased to $800 for the fiscal year 1966 and thereafter: Provided, That Senators from States partially or wholly west of the Mississippi River shall be allowed an additional $200 ench fiscal year; in all, $90,825.
STATIONERY (REVOLVING FUND) For stationery for Senators and the President of the Senate, $242,400; and for stationery for committees and officers of the Senate, $13,200; in all, $255,600, to remain available until expended.
COMMUNICATIONS For an amount for communications which may be expended interchangeably for payment, in accordance with such limitations and restrictions as may be prescribed by the Committee on Rules and Administration, of charges on official telegrams and long-distance telephone calls made by or on behalf of Senators or the President of the Senate, such telephone calls to be in addition to those authorized by
the provisions of the Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1947 Infra.
(60 Stat. 392; 2 U.S.C. 16c, 460, 16e), as amended, and the First Deficiency Appropriation Act, 1949 (63 Stat. 77: 21.S.C. 46d-1), $15,150.
ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS Long-distance Effective July 1, 1965, the paragraph relating to official long-distelephone calls. tance telephone calls to and from Washington, District of Columbia,
under the heading “Contingent Expenses of the Senate“ in Public 77 Stat. 863. Law 179, Serenty-ninth Congress, as amended (2 l'.S.C. 16c), is
amnended to read as follows:
“There shall be paid from the contingent fund of the Senate, in accordance with rules and regulations prescribed by the Committee on Rules and Administration of the Senate, toll charges on not to exceed twenty-four hundred strictly official long-distance telephone (alls to and from Washington, District of ("olumbia, aggregating not more than twelve thousand minutes each tiscal year for each Senator and the Vice President of the United States: Provided, That not more than twelve hundred calls aggregating not more than six thousand minutes made in the first six months of each fiscal year shall be paid for under this sentence. The toll charges on an additional twelve hundred such calls aggregating not more than six thousand minutes each fiscal year for each Senator from any State having a population of ten million or more inhabitants shall also be paid from the contingent fund of the Senate: Provided, That not more than six hundred calls aggregating not more than three thousand minutes made in the first six months of each fiscal year shall be paid for under this sentence.”
Effective July 1, 1965, the paragraph relating to payment of toll charges on official long-distance telephone calls, originating and terminating outside of Washington, District of Columbia, under the head
ing “Contingent Expenses of the Senate" in Public Law 479, Seventy68 Stat. 400; ninth Congress, as amended (2 U.S.C. 46d), is amended by striking 72 Stat. 442. out "$1,800" where it appears therein and inserting in lieu thereof
Any Senator may have the Sergeant at Arms compute his total maximun long-distance telephone allowance. The minutes and calls allowance shall be computed on a formula at the maximun rate with all calls considered as being person-to-person from Washington, Dis
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79 STAT. 269. trict of Columbia, and terminating within the Senator's State. Any Senator or group of Senators may then request the Sergeant at Arms to contract for flat-rate long-distance telephone service such as wide area telephone service. All such contract costs shall be charged against their respective telephone allowances, and in no event shall the total cost of any contract service exceed the allowance of the Senator, or the group of Senators sharing any such service; any excess costs to be billed to the Senator. No change from the original form of the allowances or from any contract service shall become effective except upon the first of a month.
The third paragraph under the heading “Administrative Provi. Travel. sions” in the appropriation for the Senate in the Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1959, as amended (2 U.S.C. 43b), is amended by 72 Stat, 4433 striking out “two" where it first appears therein and inserting in lieu 73 Stat. 401. thereof “six".
Effective July 1, 1965, the second paragraph under the heading Mileage payments. “Administrative Provisions” contained in the Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1962 (Public Law 87–130, approved August 10, 1961; 2 U.S.C. 127) is amended by inserting at the end thereof the 75 Stat. 323. following: “Two additional mileage payments each fiscal year may be made, under the foregoing, to employees in the offices of Senators from States having a population of ten million or more inhabitants."
Effective July 1, 1965, the third paragraph under the heading Office expenses. “Administrative Provisions” contained in the Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1957 (Public Law 624, Eighty-fourth Congress; 2 U.S.C. 53), is amended by striking out “$150" where it appears 70 Stat. 359. therein and inserting in lieu thereof ($300".
The legislative subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations is Stationery allowhereby directed to study the manner in which stationery allowances ances, report. are utilized, including the commutation thereof, and to make a report on its findings and recommendations to the Standing Committee on Appropriations no later than February 1, 1966.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
SALARIES, MILEAGE FOR THE MEMBERS, AND EXPENSE ALLOWANCE OF
COMPENSATION OF MEMBERS
For compensation of Members (wherever used herein the term “Member” shall include Members of the House of Representatives and the Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico), $14,138,975.
MILEAGE OF MEMBERS AND EXPENSE ALLOWANCE OF THE SPEAKER
For mileage of Members and expense allowance of the Speaker, as authorized by law, $200,000.
SALARIES, OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES For compensation of officers and employees, as authorized by law, as follows:
OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER For the Office of the Speaker, $116,700.
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OFFICE OF THE PARLIAMENTARIJN
For compiling the precedents of the House of Representatives as hereinafter authorized, $10,000. Lewis Deschler is authorized (during the current and succeeding fisc. .years until the work is completed) to compile and prepare for printing the parliamentary precedents of the House of Representatives, together with such other materials as may be useful in connection there with, and an index digest of such precedents and other materials. Is so compiled and prepared, such precedents and other materials and index digest shall be printed on such size pages and in such type and format as Lewis Deschler may determine, and in such numbers and for such distribution as may hereafter be provided by law. For the purpose of carrying out such compilation and preparation, Lewis Deschler may (1) subject to the approval of the Speaker, appoint (as employees of the House of Representatives) and fix the compensation (at a per annum rate) of clerical and other personnel, and (2) utilize the services of personnel of the Library of Congress and the Government Printing Office.
OFFICE OF THE CILAPLAIN
For the Office of the Chaplain, $15,000.
OFFICE OF THE (LERK
OFFICE OF THE SERGEIST IT ARMS
For the Office of the Sergeant at Arms, including not to exceed twenty police privates on the ('apitol Police Board additional to the number otherwise authorized, $1,044,500.
OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER
For the Office of Doorkeeper, $1,620,000.
OFFICE OF THE POSTMISTER
SPECIAL AND MINORITY EMPLOYEES
For the office of the majority floor leader, incluiling $3,000 for offi-