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[84 STAT. 852]
[84 STAT. 852]
PUBLIC LAW 91-000—MMMM. DD, 1970

852

PUBLIC LAW 91-405-SEPT. 22, 1970

[84 STAT.

OTHER PROVISIONS A N D AMENDMENTS RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A DELEGATE TO THE H O U S E OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

2 USC 25. 83 Stat. 863. 38 Stat. 458. 73 Stat. 224. 48 Stat. 1024.

82 Stat. 318. 81 Stat. 38. 61 Stat. 366. 70 Stat. 31. 80 Stat. 1064.

19 Stat. 145. 33 Stat. 1. 82 Stat. 318. p 80 Stat.^ 369; °^' ^*

26 Stat. 645, g 2 6 Stat. 645, ^^ 70 Stat. 990. 64 Stat. 8 2. 83 Stat. 291. 79 Stat. 857. 78^s ^'^1084°'

43 Stat. 1070. 2 ^^^ 256. . u s e..V,.

83"st"atr284. 2 USC 381 note. 80 Stat. 409.

15?- 70°!'s\tt 429.

SEC. 204. (a) The provisions of law which appear in— (1) section 25 (relating to oath of office), (2) section 31 (relating to compensation), (3) section 34 (relating to payment of compensation), (4) section 35 (relating to payment of compensation), (5) section 37 (relating topaymentof Compensation), (6) section 38a (relating to compensation), (7) section 39 (relating to deductions for absence), (8) section 40 (relating to deductions for withdrawal), (9) section 40a (relating to deductions for delinquent indebtedness), (10) section 41 (relating to prohibition on allowance for newspapers), (11) section 42c (relating topostage allowance), (12) section 46b (relatingto stationery allowance), (13) section 46b-l (relatingto Stationery allowance), (14) section 46b-2 (relating to stationery allowance), (15) section 46g (relating to telephone, telegraph, and radiotelegraph allowance), (16) section 47 (relating to payment of compensation), (17) section 48 (relating to payment of compensat'on), /18) section 49 (relatingto payment of compensation), (19) section 50 (relating to payment of compensation), (20) section 54 (relating to provision of United States C'ode Annotated or Federal Code Annotated), (21) section 60g-l (relating to clerk hire), (22) sect'on60g-2(a) (relatingto interns), (23) section 80 (relating to payment of compeiisation), (24) section 81 (relating to payment of compensation), (25) section 82 (relating to payment of compensation), (26) section 92 (relating to clerk hire), (27) section 92b (relating to pay of clerical assistants), (28) section 112e (relating to electrical and mechanical office equipment), (29) section 122 (relating to office space in the District of Columbia), and ^^^^ section 123b (relating to use of House Eecording Studio), of title 2 of the United States Code shall apply with respect to the Delegate to the House of Representatives from the District of Columbia in the same manner and to the same extent as they apply ^^^^ respect to a Representative. The Federal Corrupt Practices Act and the Federal Contested Election Act shall apply with respect to the Delegate to the House of Representatives from the District of Columbia in the same manner and to the same extent as they apply with respect to a Representative. (fo) Section 2106 of title 5 of the United States Code is amended by inserting "a Delegate from the District of Columbia," immediate! after "House of Representatives,". (c) Sections 4342(a)(5), 6954(a)(5), and 9342(a)(5) of title ±0 ^^ *^^ United States Code are each amended by striking out "by the