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PUBLIC LAW 85-000—MMMM. DD, 1958
PUBLIC LAW 85-384-APR. 23, 1958
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Public Law 85-384 April 23, 1958 [S. 3243]
D.C. T e a c h e r s College. Foreign students.
AN ACT To permit certain foreign students to attend the District of Columbia Teachers College on the same basis as a resident of the District of Columbia.
Be it enacted l>y the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That notwithstanding any other provision of law, not to exceed twenty-five foreign students who are in the United States on valid unexpired student visas may be permitted to attend the District of Columbia Teachers College each year on the same basis, so far as payment of tuition and fees are concerned, as a resident of the District of Columbia. Admission to and attendance at such college by such students shall be subject to rules and regulations prescribed by the Board of Education of the District of Columbia. Approved April 23, 1958.
Public Law 85-385 April 24, 1958 [S.1841]
D. c. Board of E^m^pV^yment of '*4^*statr*'3*l7^44 Stat. 727.' ' 66 Stat. Stat. 530.
41 Stat. 614
AN ACT To authorize the District of Columbia Board of Education to employ retired teachers as substitute teachers in the public schools of the District of Columbia.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled. That persons who havc retired as teachers under the provisions of the Act entitled "An -^^^ ^^^ *^® retirement of public-school teachers in the District of Columbia", approved January 15, 1920 (sec. 31-701, and the following, D. C. Code), as amended; or the Act entitled "An Act for the retirement of public-school teachers in the District of Columbia, approved August.7, 1946 (sec. 31-721, and the following, D. C. Code), as amended; or the Act entitled "An Act for the retirement of employees in the classified civil service, and for other purposes*', approved May 22, 1920 (title 5, sec. 691, U. S. C), as amended; may be employed as substitute teachers in the public schools of the District of Columbia when it is not practicable otherwise to secure qualified and competent persons. Any such persons granted temporary employment. under authority of this Act shall continue to receive their annuities during such employment and no deduction shall be made from the compensation of such persons for retirement benefits. The service rendered by such retired teachers employed as substitute teachers shall not be used to recompute their annuities. Approved April 24, 1958.
Public Law 85-386 AprU 24, 1958 [H. J. Res. 588]
A d v a n c e procurement appropriations.
JOINT RESOLUTION Making advance procurement appropriations for the fiscal year 1958, and for other purposes.
Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That for the advance procurement (including advances to supply funds therefor) of supplies, materials, and equipment, not to exceed 50 per centum of each of the amounts set forth in the schedules in the Budget for the fiscal year 1959 (House Document Numbered 266, Eighty-fifth Congress), under