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(1) The term “State" includes Territory and possession of the United States. (Feb. 28, 1925, ch. 368. title III, § 302, 43 Stat. 1070; Proc. No. 2695, July 4, 1946, 11 F. R. 7517, 60 Stat. 1352.)

REFERENCES IN TEXT Section 208 of Title 18, referred to in the text, was repealed by act June 25, 1948, ch. 645, $ 21, 62 Stat. 862, and is now covered by section 602 of Title 18, Crimes and Criminal Procedure.

CODIFICATION Provisions of this section, which included in the definition of "election" an election by the Philippine Legislature of a Resident Commissioner from the Philippine Islands, were omitted in view of the independence of the Philippine Islands proclaimed by the President of the United States in Proc. No. 2695. The proclamation, which is set out as a note under section 1394 of Title 22, Foreign Relations and Intercourse, was issued under direction of that section. The Philippine Islands now exchanges ambassadors with the United States.

CROSS REFERENCES Terms used in Hatch Political Activity Act to have meaning assigned to them in this section, see section 610 of Title 18, Crimes and Criminal Procedure,

§ 242. Chairman and treasurer of political commit

tee; duties as to contributions; accounts and receipts. (a) Every political committee shall have a chairman and a treasurer. No contribution shall be accepted, and no expenditure made, by or on behalf of a political committee for the purpose of influencing an election until such chairman and treasurer have been chosen.

(b) It shall be the duty of the treasurer of a political committee to keep a detailed and exact account of

(1) All contributions made to or for such committee;

(2) The name and address of every person making any such contribution, and the date thereof;

(3) All expenditures made by or on behalf of such committee; and

(4) The name and address of every person to whom any such expenditure is made, and the date thereof.

(c) It shall be the duty of the treasurer to obtain and keep a receipted bill, stating the particulars, for every expenditure by or on behalf of a political committee exceeding $10 in amount. The treasurer shall preserve all receipted bills and accounts required to be kept by this section for a period of at least two years from the date of the filing of the statement containing such items. (Feb. 28, 1925, ch. 368, title III, $ 303, 43 Siat. 1071.)

March, June, and September, in each year, and also between the 10th and 15th days, and on the 5th day, next preceding the date on which a general election is to be held, at which candidates are to be elected in two or more States, and also on the 1st day of January, a statement containing, complete as of the day next preceding the date of filing

(1) The name and address of each person who has made a contribution to or for such committee in one or more items of the aggregate amount or value, within the calendar year, of $100 or more, together with the amount and date of such contribution;

(2) The total sum of the contributions made to or for such committee during the calendar year and not stated under paragraph (1);

(3) The total sum of all contributions made to or for such committee during the calendar year;

(4) The name and address of each person to whom an expenditure in one or more items of the aggregate amount or value, within the calendar year, of $10 or more has been made by or on behalf of such committee, and the amount, date, and purpose of such expenditure;

(5) The total sum of all expenditures made by or on behalf of such committee during the calendar year and not stated under paragraph (4);

(6) The total sum of expenditures made by or on behalf of such committee during the calendar year.

(b) The statements required to be filed by subdivision (a) of this section shall be cumulative during the calendar year to which they relate, but where there has been no change in an item reported in a previous statement only the amount need be carried forward.

(c) The statement Aled on the 1st day of January shall cover the preceding calendar year. (Feb. 28. 1925, ch. 368, title III, $ 305, 43 Stat. 1071.) 8 245. Statements by others than political committee

filed with Clerk of House of Representatives. Every person (other than a political committee) who makes an expenditure in one or more items other than by contribution to a political committee, aggregating $50 or more within a calendar year for the purpose of influencing in two or more States the election of candidates, shall file with the Clerk an itemized detailed statement of such expenditure in ite the same manner as required of the treasurer of a political committee by section 244 of this title. (Feb. 28, 1925, ch. 368, title III, $ 306, 43 Stat. 1072.) 8 246. Statements by candidates for Senator, Repre

sentative, Delegate, or Resident Commissioner filed with Secretary of Senate and Clerk of House of Representatives. (a) Every candidate for Senator shall file with the Secretary and every candidate for Representative, Delegate, or Resident Commissioner shall file with the Clerk not less than ten nor more than Afteen days before, and also within thirty days after, the date on which an election is to be held, a statement containing, complete as of the day next preceding the date of Aling

(1) A correct and itemized account of each contribution received by him or by any person for

$ 243. Accounts of contributions received.

Every person who receives a contribution for a political committee shall, on demand of the treasurer, and in any event within five days after the receipt of such contribution, render to the treasurer a detailed account thereof, including the name and address of the person making such contribution, and the date on which received. (Feb. 28. 1925. ch. 368. title III. $ 304. 43 Stat. 1071.)

$244. Statements by treasurer filed with Clerk of

House of Representatives. (a) The treasurer of a political committee shall file with the Clerk between the 1st and 10th days of

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him with his knowledge or consent, from any source, in aid or support of his candidacy for election, or for the purpose of influencing the result of the election, together with the name of the person who has made such contribution;

(2) A correct and itemized account of each expenditure made by him or by any person for him with his knowledge or consent, in aid or support of his candidacy for election, or for the purpose of influencing the result of the election, together with the name of the person to whom such expenditure was made; except that only the total sum of expenditures for items specified in subdivision (c) of section 248 of this title need be stated;

(3) A statement of every promise or pledge made by him or by any person for him with his consent, prior to the closing of the polls on the day of the election, relative to the appointment or recommendation for appointment of any person to any public or private position or employment for the purpose of procuring support in his candidacy, and the name, address, and occupation of every person to whom any such promise or pledge has been made, together with the description of any such position. If no such promise or pledge has been made, that fact shall be specifically stated.

(b) The statements required to be filed by subdivision (a) of this section shall be cumulative, but where there has been no change in an item reported in a previous statement only the amount need be carried forward.

(c) Every candidate shall inclose with his first statement a report, based upon the records of the proper State official, stating the total number of votes cast for all candidates for the office which the candidate seeks, at the general election next preceding the election at which he is a candidate. (Feb. 28, 1925, ch. 368, title III, § 307, 43 Stat. 1072.) 8 247. Statements; verification; filing; preservation;

inspection. A statement required by this chapter to be filed by a candidate or treasurer of a political committee or other person with the Clerk or Secretary, as the case may be

(a) shall be verified by the oath or affirmation of the person filing such statement, taken before any officer authorized to administer oaths;

(b) Shall be deemed properly filed when deposited in an established post office within the prescribed time, duly stamped, registered, and directed to the Clerk or Secretary at Washington, District of Colum. bia, but in the event it is not received, a duplicate of such statement shall be promptly filed upon notice by the Clerk or Secretary of its nonreceipt;

(c) Shall be preserved by the Clerk or Secretary for a period of two years from the date of Aling, shall constitute a part of the public records of his office, and shall be open to public inspection. (Feb. 28, 1925, ch. 368, title III, § 308, 43 Stat, 1072.)

which he may lawfully make under the laws of the State in which he is a candidate, nor in excess of the amount which he may lawfully make under the provisions of this chapter and section 208 of Title 18.

(b) Unless the laws of his State prescribe a less amount as the maximum limit of campaign expenditures, a candidate may make expenditures up to

(1) The sum of $10,000 if a candidate for Senator, or the sum of $2,500 if a candidate for Representative, Delegate, or Resident Commissioner; or

(2) An amount equal to the amount obtained by multiplying three cents by the total number of votes cast at the last general election for all candidates for the office which the candidate seeks, but in no event exceeding $25,000 if a candidate for Senator or $5,000 if a candidate for Representative, Delegate, or Resident Commissioner.

(c) Money expended by a candidate to meet and discharge any assessment, fee, or charge made or levied upon candidates by the laws of the State in which he resides, or expended for his necessary personal, traveling, or subsistence expenses, or for stationery, postage, writing, or printing (other than for use on billboards or in newspapers), for distributing letters, circulars, or posters, or for telegraph or telephone service, shall not be included in determining whether his expenditures have exceeded the sum fixed by paragraph (1) or (2) of subdivision (b) of this section as the limit of campaign expenses of a candidate. (Feb. 28, 1925, ch. 368, title III, § 309, 43 Stat. 1073.)

REFERENCES IN TEXT Section 208 of Title 18, referred to in the text, was repealed by act June 25, 1948, ch. 145, $ 21, 62 Stat. 862, and is now covered by section 602 of Title 18, Crimes and Criminal Procedure.

88 249–251. Repealed. June 25, 1948, ch. 645, 821, 62 88

Stat. 862, eff. Sept. 1, 1948. Section 249, act Feb. 28, 1925, ch. 368, title III, $ 310, 43 Stat. 1073, related to promises or pledges by candidates, and is now covered by section 599 of Title 18, Crimes and Criminal Procedure.

Section 250, act Feb. 28, 1925, ch. 368, title III, § 311, 43 Stat. 1073, related to expenditures to influence voting, and is now covered by section 597 of Title 18, Crimes and Criminal Procedure.

Section 251, acts Feb. 28, 1925, ch. 368, title III, $ 313, 43 Stat. 1074; June 23, 1947, ch. 120, title III, $ 304, 61 Stat. 159, related to political contributions by national banks, corporations, or labor unions, and is now covered by section 610 of Title 18, Crimes and Criminal Procedure.

8 252. General penalties for violations.

(a) Any person who violates any of the foregoing provisions of this chapter, except those for which a specific penalty is imposed by section 208 of Title 18, and section 251 of this title, shall be fined not more than $1,000 or imprisoned not more than one year, or both.

(b) Any person who willfully violates any of the foregoing provisions of this chapter, except those for which a specific penalty is imposed by section 208 of Title 18, and section 251 of this title, shall be fined not more than $10,000 and imprisoned not more than two years. (Feb. 28, 1925, ch. 368, title III, § 314, 43 Stat. 1074.)

8 248. Limitation upon amount of expenditures by

candidate. (a) A candidate, in his campaign for election, shall not make expenditures in excess of the amount

REFERENCES IN TEXT Section 208 of Title 18, referred to in the text, was re. pealed by act June 25, 1948, ch. 645, $ 21, 62 Stat. 862, and is now covered by section 602 of Title 18, Crimes and Criminal Procedure.

Section 251 of this title, referred to in the text, was repealed by act June 25, 1948, ch. 645, $ 21, 62 Stat. 862.

CROSS REFERENCES Penalties provided by this section to apply to violations of Hatch Political Activity Act, see section 610 of Title 18, Crimes and Criminal Procedure.

Sec. 267. Registration of lobbyists with Secretary of the

Senate and Clerk of House; compilation of

information.
268. Reports and statements under oath.
269. Penalties and prohibitions.
270. Exemptions from chapter.

CROSS REFERENCES
Corrupt practices, see chapter 8 of this title.

Hatch Political Activity Act to restrain pernicious political activity, see sections 594, 595, 598, 600, 601, 604, 605, 608, 610, and 611 of Title 18, Crimes and Criminal Proceudre, and sections 1181, and 118k—118n of Title 5, Executive Departments and Government Officers and Employees.

$ 253. Expenses of election contests.

This chapter and section 208 of Title 18 shall not limit or affect the right of any person to make expenditures for proper legal expenses in contesting the results of an election. (Feb. 28, 1925, ch. 368, title III, § 315, 43 Stat. 1074.)

REFERENCES IN TEXT Section 208 of Title 18, referred to in the text, was re. pealed by act June 25, 1948, ch. 645, $ 21, 62 Stat. 862, and is now covered by section 602 of Title 18, Crimes and Criminal Procedure. 8 254. State laws not affected.

This chapter and section 208 of Title 18 shall not be construed to annul the laws of any State relating to the nomination or election of candidates, unless directly inconsistent with the provisions of this chap. ter and section 208 of Title 18, or to exempt any candidate from complying with such State laws. (Feb. 28, 1925, ch. 368, title III, § 316, 43 Stat. 1074.)

REFERENCES IN TEXT Section 208 of Title 18, referred to in the text, was repealed by act June 25, 1948, ch. 645, $ 21, 62 Stat. 862, and is now covered by section 602 of Title 18, Crimes and Criminal Procedure.

& 255. Partial invalidity.

If any provision of this chapter and section 208 of Title 18, or the application thereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the validity of the remainder of said chapter and section and of the application of such provision to other persons and circumstances shall not be affected thereby. (Feb. 28, 1925, ch. 368, title III, § 317, 43 Stat. 1074.)

REFERENCES IN TEXT Section 208 of Title 18, referred to in the text, was repealed by act June 25, 1948, ch. 645, $ 21, 62 Stat. 862, and is now covered by section 602 of Title 18, Crimes and Criminal Procedure.

8 261. Definitions.
When used in this chapter-

(a) The term "contribution” includes a gift, subscription, loan, advance, or deposit of money or anything of value and includes a contract, promise, or . agreement, whether or not legally enforceable, to make a contribution.

(b) The term "expenditure" includes a payment, distribution, loan, advance, deposit, or gift of money or anything of value, and includes a contract, promise, or agreement, whether or not legally enforceable, to make an expenditure.

(c) The term “person" includes an individual, partnership, committee, association, corporation, and any other organization or group of persons.

(d) The term “Clerk" means the Clerk of the House of Representatives of the United States.

(e) The term "legislation" means bills, resolutions, amendments, nominations, and other matters pending or proposed in either House of Congress, and includes any other matter which may be the subject of action by either House. (Aug. 2, 1946, ch. 753, title III, § 302, 60 Stat. 839.)

AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS Section 244 of act Aug. 2, 1946, provided in part: “All necessary funds required to carry out the provisions of this Act (Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946), by the Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House, are hereby authorized to be appropriated."

Section 244 was made effective as of Aug. 2, 1946, by section 245 of said act Aug. 2, 1946.

For distribution of Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946 in this Code, see “Short Title" note under section 72a of this title.

SHORT TITLE Section 301 of act Aug. 2, 1946, provided that act Aug. 2, 1946, which is classified to sections 261-270 of this title, should be popularly known as the "Federal Regulation of Lobbying Act". $ 262. Detailed accounts of contributions; retention of

receipted bills of expenditures. (a) It shall be the duty of every person who shall in any manner solicit or receive a contribution to any organization or fund for the purposes hereinafter designated to keep a detailed and exact account of

(1) all contributions of any amount or of any value whatsoever;

(2) the name and address of every person making any such contribution of $500 or more and the date thereof;

(3) all expenditures made by or on behalf of such organization or fund; and

(4) the name and address of every person to whom any such expenditure is made and the date thereof.

8 256. Citation.

This chapter and section 208 of Title 18 may be cited as the "Federal Corrupt Practices Act.” (Feb. 28, 1925, ch. 368, title III, § 301, 43 Stat. 1070.)

REFRENCES IN TEXT Section 208 of Title 18, referred to in the text, was repealed by act June 25, 1948, ch. 645, $ 21, 62 Stat. 862, and is now covered by section 602 of Title 18, Crimes and Criminal Procedure.

Chapter 8A.-REGULATION OF LOBBYING Sec. 261. Definitions. 262. Detalled accounts of contributions; retention of re

ceipted bills of expenditures. 263. Receipts for contributions. 264. Statements of accounts filed with Clerk of House. 265. Preservation of statements. 266. Persons to whom chapter is applicable.

(b) It shall be the duty of such person to obtain and keep a receipted bill, stating the particulars, for every expenditure of such funds exceeding $10 in amount, and to preserve all receipted bills and accounts required to be kept by this section for a period of at least two years from the date of the filing of the statement containing such items. (Aug. 2, 1946, ch. 753, title III, S 303, 60 Stat. 840.)

8 263. Receipts for contributions.

Every individual who receives a contribution of $500 or more for any of the purposes hereinafter designated shall within five days after receipt thereof rendered' to the person or organization for which such contribution was received a detailed account thereof, including the name and address of the person making such contribution and the date on which received. (Aug. 2, 1946, ch. 753, title III, § 304, 60 Stat. 840.)

§ 264. Statements of accounts filed with Clerk of

House (a) Every person receiving any contributions or expending any money for the purposes designated in subparagraph (a) or (b) of section 266 of this title shall file with the Clerk between the first and tenth day of each calendar quarter, a statement containing complete as of the day next preceding the date of filing

(1) the name and address of each person who has made a contribution of $500 or more not mentioned in the preceding report; except that the first report filed pursuant to this chapter shall contain the name and address of each person who has made any contribution of $500 or more to such person since August 2, 1946;

(2) the total sum of the contributions made to or for such person during the calendar year and not stated under paragraph (1) of this subsection;

(3) the total sum of all contributions made to or for such person during the calendar year;

(4) the name and address of each person to whom an expenditure in one or more items of the aggregate amount or value, within the calendar year, of $10 or more has been made by or on behalf of such person, and the amount, date, and purpose of such expenditure;

(5) the total sum of all expenditures made by or on behalf of such person during the calendar year and not stated under paragraph (4) of this subsection;

(6) the total sum of expenditures made by or on behalf of such person during the calendar year.

(b) The statements required to be filled by subsection (a) of this section shall be cumulative during the calendar year to which they relate, but where there has been no change in an item reported in a previous statement only the amount need be carried forward. (Aug. 2, 1946, ch. 753, title III, $ 305, 60 Stat. 840.)

(a) shall be deemed properly filed when deposited in an established post office within the prescribed time, duly stamped, registered, and directed to the Clerk of the House of Representatives of the United States, Washington, District of Columbia, but in the event it is not received, a duplicate of such statement shall be promptly filed upon notice by the Clerk of its nonreceipt;

(b) shall be preserved by the Clerk for a period of two years from the date of filing, shall constitute part of the public records of his office,

and shall be open to public inspection. (Aug. 2, 1946, ch. 753, title III, § 306, 60 Stat. 841.) 8 266. Persons to whom chapter is applicable.

The provisions of this chapter shall apply to any person (except a political committee as defined in the Federal Corrupt the Federal Corrupt Practices Act, and duly organized State or local committees of a political party), who by himself, or through any agent or employee or other persons in any manner whatsoever, directly or indirectly, solicits, collects, or receives money or any other thing of value to be used principally to aid, or the principal purpose of which person is to aid, in the accomplishment of any of the following purposes:

(a) The passage or defeat of any legislation by the Congress of the United States.

(b) To influence, directly or indirectly, the passage or defeat of any legislation by the Congress of the United States. (Aug. 2, 1946, ch. 753, title III, $ 307, 60 Stat. 841.)

REFERENCES IN TEXT The Federal Corrupt Practices Act, referred to in the text, is classified to chapter 8 of this title. 8 267. Registration of lobbyists with Secretary of the

Senate and Clerk of House; compilation of in

formation. (a) Any person who shall engage himself for pay or for any consideration for the purpose of attempting to influence the passage or defeat of any legislation by the Congress of the United States shall, before doing anything in furtherance of such object, register with the Clerk of the House of Representatives and the Secretary of the Senate and shall give to those officers in writing and under oath, his name and business address, the name and address of the person by whom he is employed, and in whose interest he appears or works, the duration of such employment, how much he is paid and is to receive, by whom he is paid or is to be paid, how much he is to be paid for expenses, and what expenses are to be included. Each such person so registering shall, between the first and tenth day of each calendar quarter, so long as his activity continues, Ale with the Clerk and Secretary a detailed report under oath of all money received and expended by him during the preceding calendar quarter in carrying on his work; to whom paid; for what purposes; and the names of any papers, periodicals, magazines, or other publications in which he has caused to be published any articles or editorials; and the proposed legislation he is employed to support or oppose. The provisions of this section shall not apply to any person who merely appears before a committee of the Congress of the United States in support of or

& 265. Preservation of statements.

A statement required by this chapter to be filled with the Clerk

So in original.

opposition to legislation; nor to any public official acting in his official capacity; nor in the case of

official capacity: nor in the case of any newspaper or other regularly published periodical (including any individual who owns, publishes, or is employed by any such newspaper or periodical) which in the ordinary course of business publishes news items, editorials, or other comments, or paid advertisements, which directly or indirectly urge the passage or defeat of legislation, if such newspaper, periodical, or individual, engages in no further or other activities in connection with the passage or defeat of such legislation, other than to appear before a committee of the Congress of the United States in support of or in opposition to such legislation.

(b) All information required to be filed under the provisions of this section with the Clerk of the House of Representatives and the Secretary of the Senate shall be compiled by said Clerk and Secretary, acting jointly, as soon as practicable after the close of the calendar quarter with respect to which such information is filed and shall be printed in the Congressional Record. (Aug. 2, 1946, ch. 753, title III, § 308, 60 Stat. 841.)

Sec. 273. Compensation of legislative counsel. 274. Assistant legislative counsel; clerks and employees;

office equipment and supplies. 275. Duties of office; rules and regulations. 276. Disbursement of appropriations. 277. Oficial mall matter.

CHANGES IN NAMES Act June 2, 1924, ch. 234, $ 1101, 43 Stat. 353, classifled to sections 271–277 of this title, changed legislative drafting service to office of the legislative counsel, and draftsman to legislative counsel. $ 271. Creation of office.

There shall be an office to be known as the office of the legislative counsel, and to be under the direction of two legislative counsels. (Feb. 24, 1919, ch. 18, $1303 (a), (d), 40 Stat. 1141; June 2, 1924, ch. 234. $ 1101, 43 Stat. 353.)

8 268. Reports and statements under oath.

All reports and statements required under this chapter shall be made under oath, before an officer authorized by law to administer oaths. (Aug. 2, 1946, ch. 753, title III, § 309, 60 Stat. 842.) $ 269. Penalties and prohibitions.

(a) Any person who violates any of the provisions of this chapter, shall, upon conviction, be guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall be punished by a fine of not more than $5,000 or imprisonment for not more than twelve months, or by both such fine and imprisonment.

(b) In addition to the penalties provided for in subsection (a) of this section, any person convicted of the misdemeanor specified therein is prohibited, for a period of three years from the date of such conviction, from attempting to influence, directly or indirectly, the passage or defeat of any proposed legislation or from appearing before a committee of the Congress in support of or opposition to proposed legislation; and any person who violates any provision of this subsection shall, upon conviction thereof, be guilty of a felony, and shall be punished by a fine of not more than $10,000, or imprisonment for not more than five years, or by both such fine and imprisonment. (Aug. 2, 1946, ch. 753. title III, § 310, 60 Stat. 842.)

APPROPRIATIONS Section 204 ci act Aug. 2, 1946, ch. 753, 60 Stat. 812, provided:

“There is hereby authorized to be appropriated for the work of the Office of the Legislative Counsel the following sums:

“(1) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1947, $150,000; "(2) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1948, $200,000; (3) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1949,

(4) For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1950, $250,000; and

"(5) For each fiscal year thereafter such sums as may be necessary to carry on the work of the Office."

Section 204 was made effective as of Aug. 2, 1946, by section 245 of act Aug. 2, 1946. $ 272. Appointment of legislative counsel; qualifica

tions. One of the legislative counsel shall be appointed by the President pro tempore of the Senate, and one by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, without reference to political afiliations and solely on the ground of fitness to perform the duties of the office. (Feb. 24, 1919, ch. 18, § 1303 (a), (d), 40 Stat. 1141; June 2, 1924, ch. 234, $ 1101, 43 Stat. 353: Sept. 20, 1941, ch. 412, title VI, $ 602, 55 Stat. 726.)

AMENDMENTS 1941–Act Sept. 20, 1941, amended section, substituting "President pro tempore of the Senate" for "President of the Senate."

$ 270. Exemptions from chapter.

The provisions of this chapter shall not apply to practices or activities regulated by the Federal Corrupt Practices Act nor be construed as repealing any portion of said Federal Corrupt Practices Act. (Aug. 2, 1946, ch. 753, title III, § 311, 60 Stat. 842.)

REFERENCES IN TEXT The Federal Corrupt Practices Act, referred to in the text, is classified to chapter 8 of this title.

$ 273. Compensation of legislative counsel.

The positions of legislative counsel shall be allocated from time to time by the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, jointly, to the appropriate grade in the compensation schedules of section 1112 of Title 5. The rate of compensation of each of the two legislative counsel shall be fixed from time to time, within the limits of such grade, by the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, respectively. Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions, the gross annual compensation of the Legislative Counsel of the Senate shall be $17,500 per annum. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the annual rate of compensation of the Legislative Counsel of the House of Representatives shall be an amount which is equal to $15,000, increased by an amount which is the same percentage of $15,000 as the percentage set forth in section 4 (c) of the Federal Employees Salary Increase Act of 1955. (Feb. 24, 1919, ch. 18, $ 1303 (d), as added June 2, 1924, ch. 234, $ 1101, 43 Stat.

Chapter 9.-OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL Sec. 271 Creation of office. 272. Appointment of legislative counsel; qualifications.

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