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C. To Amend Section 7 of the Administrative Expenses Act of

1946, as Amended

(68 Stat. 1008)

This act was the result of the enactment of H.R. 179, 83d Congress. It was approved on August 31, 1954, as Public Law 737, 83d Congress. The text of the act appears in volume 68, Statutes at Large, pages 1008–1009. Its provisions have been codified as 5 U.S.C. 5722, 5723, 5728, 5729, et seq.

LEGISLATIVE HISTORY OF PUBLIC Law 737,83D CONGRESS

1. CONGRESSIONAL RECORD REFERENCES TO DEBATES, ETC.

(Page citations are to vol. 99, Congressional Record) H.R. 179: To amend section 7 of the Administrative Expenses Act of 1946, as amended. Mr. Rivers; Committee on Government Operations, 56.

(Page citations are to vol. 100, Congressional Record) Reported with amendment (H. Rept. 2096), 10120. Passed House, 10061. Proceedings vacated, amended, and passed House, 10100. Referred to Senate Committee on Government Operations, 10128. Reported (S. Rept. 1944), 10987. Objected to, 12013. Passed Senate, 14950. Examined and signed, 15387, 15555, Presented to the President 15560. Approved (Public Law 737), 15564.

2. SERIAL NUMBERS TO BOUND VOLUMES OF CONGRESSIONAL REPORTS

RELATING TO PUBLIC LAW 737, 83D CONGRESS

House Report 2096,83d Congress, 11741.
Senate Report 1944, 83d Congress, 11731.

3. CONGRESSIONAL HEARINGS RELATING TO PUBLIC LAW 737, 83D CONGRESS

House Committee on Government Operations, 83d Congress: A bill to amend section 7 of the Administrative Expenses Act of 1946, as amended, April 30, 1954, on H.R. 179.

August 31, 1954

(H. R. 179)

AN ACT
To niend section 7 of the Adwinistrative Expenses Act of 1040, as amended.

Overse, Fodord employcot.

Travel exponaot

Be it enacted by the Senate and Tlouse of Representatives of the United States of Americu in Congrexs axxembled, That section 7 of the

Administrative Expenses .Ict of 1946 (60 Stat. 806; 5 U. S. C. 7:31–3), als anıended, is further amended by changing the period at the end of the first sentence to a colon and adding the following: “Provided further, That expenses of round trip travel of employee and transportation of immediate family but excluding household effects, from their posts of duty outside the continental United States to the places of actual residence at time of appointment or transfer to such overseas posts of duty, shall be allowed in the case of persons who have satisfactorily completed an agreed period of service overseas and are returning to their actual place of residence for the purpose of taking leave prior to serving another tour of duty at the same or some other overseas post, under a new written agreeinent entered into before departing froin the overseas post: Provided further, That expenses of transportation of the immediate family and shipinent of household effects of any employee from the post of duty of such employce outside continental United States to place of actual residence shall be allowed, not in excess of one time, prior to the return of such employee to the United States, including its Terri:ories ancı qrussessions, when the employee has acquired eligibility for such transportation or when the public interest requires the return of the immediate family for con. jclling personal reasons of a humanitarian or coinpassionate nature, such as may involve physical or mental health, death of any member of the immediate family, or obligation imposed by authority or cir. cumstances over which the individual has no control: and provided further, That when an cinplovec returns his inimediatc family and household goods to the United States, including its Territories and possessions, at his own expense prior to his return and for other than reasons of public interest, the Governmen: shall reimburse him for proper transportation expenses at such time as he acquires eligibility therefor.”

Approved August 31, 1054.

D. To Amend Section 1 of the Administrative Expenses Act of

1946, as Amended

(72 Stat. 14)

This act was the result of the enactment of S. 1408, 85th Congress. It was approved on February 12, 1958, as Public Law 326, 85th Congress. The text of the act appears in volume 72, Statutes at Large, page 14. Its provisions have been codified as 5 U.S.C. 5724.

LEGISLATIVE HISTORY OF PUBLIC LAW 326, 85TH CONGRESS

1. CONGRESSIONAL RECORD REFERENCES TO DEBATES, ETC.

(Page citations are to vol. 103, Congressional Record) S. 1408: To provide allowances for transportation of house trailers to civilian employees of the United States who are transferred from one official station to another. Mr. Johnston of South Carolina, Committee on Government Operations, 2664. Reported with amendment (S. Rept. 398), 8155. Amended and passed Senate 8466. Referred to House Committee on Government Operations, 8563.

(Page citations are to vol. 104, Congressional Record) Reported (H. Rept. 1285), 680. Passed House, 1554. Examined and signed, 1590, 1691. Presented to the President, 1597. Approved (Public Law 326), 2016.

2. SERIAL NUMBERS TO BOUND VOLUMES OF CONGRESSIONAL REPORTS

RELATING TO PUBLIC LAW 326, 85TH CONGRESS

Senate Report 398, 85th Congress 11977.
House Report 1285, 85th Congress 12072.

3. CONGRESSIONAL HEARINGS RELATING TO PUBLIC LAW 326, 85TH

CONGRESS (None.)

AN ACT

n Stat. 14. To provide allowances for transportation of house trailers to civilian employees

of the United States who are transferred from one official station to another.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that section 1 (b) of Transportation the Act entitled “An Act to authorize certain administrative expenses trailers. in the Government service, and for other purposes”, approved August 60 Stat. 806. 2, 1946, as amended, is amended by adding at the end thereof the 5 USC 73b-1. following: “Under such regulations as the President may prescribe, any civilian officer or employee who

transports a house trailer or mobile dwelling within the continental United States, within Alaska, or between the continental United States and Alaska, for use as a residence and who would otherwise be entitled to transportation of household goods and personal effects under subsection (a) shall be entitled to a reasonable allowance, not to exceed 20 cents per mile, in lieu of such transportation."

Approved February 12, 1958.

E. To Amend Section 7 of the Administrative Expenses Act of

1946, as Amended

(72 Stat. 843) This act was the result of the enactment of H.R. 11133, 85th Congress. It was approved on August 25, 1958, as Public Law 749, 85th Congress. The text of this act appears in volume 72, Statutes at Large pages 843-844. Its provisions have been codified at 5 U.S.C. 5722, 5723, 5128, 5729.

LEGISLATIVE HISTORY OF PUBLIC LAW 749, 85TH CONGRESS

1. CONGRESSIOT AL RECORD REFERENCES TO DEBATES, ETC.

(Page citations are to vol. 104, Congressional Record) H.R. 11133: To amend section 7 of the Administrative Expenses Act of 1948 as amended. Mr. Dawson; Committee on Government Operations, 3431. Reported (H. Rept. 1764), 9378. Rules suspended, passed House 12395. Referred to Senate Committee on Government Operations, 12460. Reported with amendments (S. Rept. 2185), 15889. Amended and passed Senate, 16801. House concurs in Senate amendments, 17643. Examined and signed, 17750, 17929. Presented to President, 18378. Approved (Public Law 749), 19717.

2. SERIAL NUMBERS TO BOUND VOLUMES OF CONGRESSIONAL REPORTS

RELATING TO PUBLIC LAW 749, 85TH CONGRESS

House Report 1764; 85th Congress, 12073.
Senate Report 2185; 85th Congress, 12064.

3. CONGRESSIONAL HEARINGS RELATING TO PUBLIC LAW 749, 85TH

CONGRESS

House Committee on Government Operations, 85th Congress: A bill to amend section 7 of the Administrative Expenses Act of 1946, as amended, April 23, 1958, on H.R. 11133.

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