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PUBLIC LAW 74-JUNE 20, 1953

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Superintendent of Police, Chief Engineer of the Fire Department, Deputy Chief Engineer of the Fire Department, or Battalion Chief Engineer of the Fire Department of the District of Columbia, such person shall, for the purposes of this Act, be deemed to have retired as Chief of Police, Deputy Chief of Police, Fire Chief, Deputy Fire Chief, or Battalion Fire Chief, respectively. TITLE IV—MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS u. s.

Park P o -

lice.

Whlte House P o lice. 62 Stat. 680.

Police. Five-day week. 65 Stat. 27. D.C. Code 4-904.

Repeals. 43 Stat. 174. D. C. C o d e 4180, 4-201, 4-410, 4-203. 46 Stat. 839. 58 Stat. 217; 59 Stat. 318. D.C. Code 4-405.

59 Stat. 470. D. C. C o d e 803 to 4-805. 59 Stat. 662. 60 Stat. 261. 60 Stat. 480. D.C. Code 4-803. 63 Stat. 376. D. C. C o d e 4108, 4-806. 65 Stat. 607, 636. D. C. C o d e 4810, 4-806, 4-811.

P ay c omputat ion. Pomt, p. 182. Basic rates.

annual

Conversion.

SEC. 401. The annual basic salaries of officers and members of the United States P a r k Police shall be the same as the annual basic salaries (including longevity increases under section 102 of this Act) provided for officers and members of the Metropolitan Police force in corresponding or similar grades. SEC. 402. Section 204(b) of title 3 of the United States Code (relating to the salaries of the White House Police) is amended by inserting after "Metropolitan Police force" the following: "(including longevity increases provided by section 102 of the District of Columbia Police and Firemen's Salary Act of 1953)". SEC. 403. The second sentence of subsection (e) of the first section of the Act approved August 15, 1950, as amended by the Act approved March 27, 1951 (Public Law 13, Eighty-second Congress) is amended by striking therefrom "(one three-hundred-and-sixtieth of his annual basic salary)". SEC. 404. (a) The following laws and parts of laws are hereby repealed: (1) The first three sections and section 5 of the Act of May 27, 1924, as amended (Public Law 148, Sixty-eighth Congress); (2) The first three sections of the Act of July 1, 1930, as amended (D. C. Code, secs. 4-108,4-405,4r-801); (3) Act of May 5, 1944 (Public Law 297. Seventy-eighth Congress); (4) Act of July 3, 1945 (Public Law 122, Seventy-ninth Congress); (5) Act of July 14, 1945, as amended (Public Law 151, Seventyninth Congress); (6) Act of December 28, 1945 (Public Law 278, Seventy-ninth Congress); (7) Act of June 19, 1946 (Public Law 417, Seventy-ninth Congress); (8) Act of July 5, 1946 (Public Law 491, Seventy-ninth Congress); (9) First two sections of the Act of June 30, 1949 (Public Law 151, Eighty-first Congress); (10) Section 4 of the Act of October 24, 1951 (Public Law 195, Eighty-second Congress); and (11) Subsection (a) of the first section of the Act of October 25, 1951 (Public Law 207, Eighty-second Congress^. (b) All laws or parts of laws inconsistent with this Act are hereby repealed to the extent of such inconsistency. SEC. 405. (a) For all pay computation purposes affecting employees covered by this Act, basic per annum rates of compensation established by this Act shall be regarded as payment for employment during fifty-two basic administrative workweeks. (b) Whenever for any such purpose it is necessary to convert a basic annual rate established by this Act to a basic biweekly, weekly, or daily rate, the following rules shall govern: (A) An annual rate shall be divided by fifty-two or twenty-six as the case may be, to derive a weekly or biweekly rate; or