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67 S T A T. ]

Public Law 9

PUBLIC LAW 10-MAR. 25, 1963 CHAPTER 9

AN ACT To amend the Act of July 12, 1950 (cli. 460, 64 Stat. 336), as amended, which authorizes free postage for members of the Armed Forces of the United States in specified areas.

March 23. 1953 tH. R. 2466]

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the first sec5 tion of the Act of July 12, 1950 (ch. 460, 64 Stat. 336), is hereby 891.0 USC app. amended to read as follows: "That any first-class letter mail matter admissible to the mails as Armed Forces,n g Free maili ordinary mail matter which is sent by a member of the Armed Forces privileges, of the United States (1) while on active duty or in the active service of the Armed Forces of the United States in Korea and such other areas as the President of the United States may hereafter designate as combat zones or theaters of military operations; or (2) while hospitalized outside the continental limits of the United States Avhen such hospitalization is a result of service in Korea and such other areas as the President of the United States may hereafter designate as combat zones or theaters of military operations; to any person in the United States, including the Territories and possessions thereof, shall be transmitted in the mails free of postage, subject to such rules and regulations as the Postmaster General may prescribe. When specified by the sender, letters weighing not to exceed one ounce shall be transmitted to destination by air mail, dependent upon air space availability therefor." SEC. 2. Section 2 of said Act, as amended, is further amended by Extension. deleting therefrom "until June 30, 1953", and inserting in lieu thereof the words "until June 30, 1955. Approved March 23, 1953. Public Law 10

CHAPTER 10

JOINT RESOLUTION To authorize the Clerk of the House of Representatives to furnish certain electrical or mechanical ofBce equipment for the use of Members, officers, and committees of the House of Representatives. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled. That (a) upon the request of any Member, officer, or committee of the House of Representatives and with the approval of the Committee on House Administration, but subject to the limitations hereinafter prescribed, the Clerk of the House of Representatives is authorized and directed to furnish electrical or mechanical office equipment for use in the office of such Member, officer, or committee. The cost of such equipment shall be paid from the contingent fund of the House of Representatives. (b) The original cost of equipment furnished under this joint resolution, together with the original cost of any equipment purchased under H. Res. 318, Eighty-second Congress, which may be in use in the office of a Member, officer, or committee at any one time shall not exceed $2,500. (c) The electrical or mechanical office equipment which may be furnished under this joint resolution for use in the office of a Member,

March 25, 1953 [H. J. Res. 206]

House of Representatives. Electrical or tnec h a n i c a l office equipment.