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[72 Stat. xi]
[72 Stat. xi]
PUBLIC LAW 85-000—MMMM. DD, 1958

LIST OF PUBLIC LAWS

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Public Law

85-419

85-420

85-421

85-422

85-423 85-424 85-425

85-426 85-427

85-428___ 85-429

85-430

85-431—

85-432—

85-433—

85-434—

85-435—

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Canal Zone Code, amendment. AN ACT To amend section 831 of title 5 of the Canal Zone Code to m a k e it a felony to injure or destroy works, property, or material of communication, power, lighting, control, or signal lines, stations, or systems, and for other purposes Indian lands, restoration. AN ACT To provide for the restoration to tribal ownership of all vacant and undisposedof ceded lands on certain Indian reservations, and for other purposes D. C. Police and Firemen, longevity increases. AN ACT To amend the District of Columbia Police and Firemen's Salary Act of 1953 to provide that service in the grade of inspector and the grade of private in the Fire Department of the District of Columbia shall be deemed to be service in the same grade for the purpose of longevity increases Armed Forces, salary increase. AN ACT To adjust the method of computing basic p a y for officers and enhsted members of the uniformed services, to provide proficiency p a y for enlisted members thereof, and for other purposes. D. C, alcoholic beverage licenses. AN ACT To amend section 15 of the District of Columbia Alcoholic Beverage Control Act Export-Import Bank of Washington. AN ACT To increase the lending authority of the E x p o r t - I m p o r t Bank of Washington, and for other purposes Veterans. AN ACT To increase the monthly rates of pension payable to widows and former widows of deceased veterans of the Spanish-American War, Civil War, Indian War, and Mexican War, and provide pensions to widows of veterans who served in the military or naval forces of the Confederate States of America during the Civil War Postal policy, rates, and compensation. AN ACT To establish a postal policy, to adjust postal rates, to adjust the compensation of postal employees, and for other purposes Nebraska, Wyoming and South Dakota, water compacts. AN ACT To amend the Act granting the consent of Congress to the negotiation of certain compacts by the States of Nebraska, Wyoming, and S o u t h D a k o t a in order to extend the time for such negotiation Hungry Horse Dam, Mont. AN ACT To amend the Act of June 5, 1944, relating to the construction, operation, and maintenace of H u n g r y Horse D a m, M o n t a n a Senate Office Building Commission. AN ACT To authorize the acquisition of certain property in square 724 in the District of Columbia for the purpose of extension of the site of the additional office building for the United States Senate or for the purpose of addition to the United States Capitol Grounds Cotton. AN ACT To provide for reports on the acreage p l a n t e d to cotton, to repeal the prohibitions against cotton acreage reports based on farmers' planting intentions, and for other purposes Wisconsin, conveyance. AN ACT To provide for the release of restrictions and reservations contained in instrument conveying certain land by the United States to the State of Wisconsin Postal employees, longevity increases. AN ACT To correct certain inequities with respect to a u to m a t i c step-increase anniversary dates and longevitj' step-increases of postal field service employees Reclamation projects. AN ACT To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to reimburse owners of lands acquired for developments under his jurisdiction for their moving expenses, and for other purposes National Parks, concessionaire leases. AN ACT To amend the Act of August 25, 1916, to increase the period for which concessionaire leases may be granted under that Act from t w e n t y years to t h i r t y years Fort Clatsop National Memorial, Oreg. AN ACT To provide for the establishment of Fort Clatsop National Memorial in the State of Oregon, and for other purposes

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