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[70 Stat. 740]
[70 Stat. 740]
PUBLIC LAW 000—MMMM. DD, 1956

740

PUBLIC LiAW 854-JULY 31, 1966

[70 STAT.

chairman or other head of such board or commission, annual basic compensation at a rate which is $500 more than the annual rate of basic compensation prescribed by this title for the other members of such board or commission. 62 Stat. 678. SEC. 109. Section 105 of title 3 of the United States Code is amended to read as follows: "§ 105. Compensation of secretaries and executive, administrative, and staff assistants to President. "The President is authorized to fix the compensation of the six administrative assistants authorized to be appointed under section 106 of this title, of the Executive Secretary of the National Security Council, and of eight other secretaries or other immediate staff assistants in the White House Office, as follows: Two at rates not exceeding $22,500 per annum, three at rates not exceeding $21,000 per annum, seven at rates not exceeding $20,000 per annum, and three at rates not exceeding $17,500 per annum." SEC. 110. (a) The Surgeon General of the Public Health Service shall receive such compensation, in addition to his pay and allowances 37 USC'2Mnote. ^udcr the Career Compensation Act of 1949, as amended, as will make his compensation equal to $20,000 per annum in addition to such allowances. (b) The Deputy Surgeon General of the Public Health Service shall receive such compensation, in addition to his pay and allowances under the Career Compensation Act of 1949, as amended, as will make his compensation equal to $19,000 per annum in addition to such allowances. (c) The Director, National Institutes of Health, the Chief, Bureau of Medical Services, and the Chief, Bureau of State Services, of the Public Health Service, shall each receive such compensation, in addition to his pay and allowances under the Career Compensation Act of 1949, as amended, as will make his compensation equal to $17,500 per annum in addition to such allowances. SEC. 111. The annual compensation for each of the offices established by section 1(d) of Reorganization Plan Numbered 7 of 1953, effective August 1, 1953 (67 Stat. 639) shall be established by the Secretary of State at a rate not more than $19,000. SEC. 112. Section 2 of Public Law 565, Seventy-ninth Congress, 22 USC 287n. approved July 30, 1946 (60 Stat. 712), is amended by striking out "$12,000" and inserting in lieu thereof "$15,000". SEC. 113. Section 527(b) of the Mutual Security Act of 1954, approved August 26, 1954 (Public Law 665, Eighty-third Congress 22 USC 1787. (68 Stat. 832)) is amended by striking out "$15,000 per annum'^and inserting in lieu thereof "$19,000 per annum". SEC. 114. (a) The compensation schedule for the General Schedule s^js^c^'iffi" contained in section 603(b) of the Classification Act of 1949, as amended, is amended by striking out: "GS-17 GS-18

13,975 14,800"

14,190

14,405

14,620

14,405

14,620

and inserting in lieu thereof: "GS-17 GS-18

13,975 16,000".

14,190

14,835

(b) The rates of basic compensation of officers and employees to whom this section applies shall be initially adjusted as follows: (1) If the officer or employee is receiving basic compensation immediately prior to the effective date of this section at a scheduled rate of grade 17 or 18 of the General Schedule, he shall receive a rate of basic compensation at the corresponding scheduled rate in effect on and after such date;