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PUBLIC LAW 93-407-SEPT. 3, 1974
Public Law 93-407 September s, 1974 [H. R. 15842]
D.C. P o l i c e, firemen and t e a c h e r s, salary i n c r e a s e s; retired t e a c h e r s, annuity i n c r e a s e; r e a l property taxes.
AN ACT To increase compensation for District of Columbia policemen, firemen, and teacliers; to increase annuities payable to retired teachers in the District of Columbia; to establish an equitable tax on real property in the District of Columbia; to provide for additional revenue for the District of Columbia; and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives United States of America in Congress assembled,
TITLE I—POLICE AND FIREMEN'S COMPENSATION PART 1—SALARY ACT AMENDMENTS
SEC. 101. (a) The District of Columbia Police and Firemen's Salary Act of 1958 (D.C. Code, secs. 4-823—4-837) is amended as follows: (1) The salary schedule in section 101(a) of that Act (D.C. Code, sec. 4-823 (a)) is amended to read as follows: "SALARY
SCHEDULE Service step—
"Salary class and title
Class 1: Fire p r i v a t e, police p r i v a t e $11,600 $11,950 $12,530 $13,110 $14,035 $14,965 $15,545 $16,125 Class 2: Fire i n s p e c to r.. 13.225 14,035 14,850 15,660 16,470 17,285 18,095 Class 3: D e t e c t i v e, assistant pilot, assistant m a r i n e engineer 14,500 15,225 15,950 16,675 17,400 18,125 18,850 Class 4; Fire sergeant, police sergeant, detec16, 510 17,330 18,120 18,910 19, 695 tive sergeant 15,755 Class 5: Fire l i e u t e n a n t, 19,125 20,035 20,945 21,855 police l i e u t e n a n t 18, 210 Class 6: Marine engineer, 22,870 21,880 pilot 19,895 20,885 Class 7: Fire c a p t a i n, 22,655 21,575 23, 735 24,810 police c a p t a i n Class 8: B a t t a l i o n fire 28,770 chief, police i n s p e c to r.. 25, 010 26,260 27,515 Class 9: Deputy flre chief, deputy chief of police 29,350 31, 335 33,325 35,315 Class 10: Assistant chief of police, assistant flre chief, commanding officer of the Executive Protective Service, command i n g officer of the U. S. P a r k Police-- 34,800 37,120 39,440 Class 11: F i r e chief, chief of police 40,250 42, 6;i0
Helicopt p i l o t s and bomb d i s p o s a l d uty.
(2) The second sentence of section 202 of that Act (D.C. Code, sec. 4-825) is amended to read as follows: "The additional compensation authorized by this section shall be paid to an officer or member in the same manner as he is paid basic compensation to which he is entitled, except that when such an officer or member ceases to be in such an assignment, the loss of such additional compensation shall not constitute an adverse action for the purposes of section 7511 of title 5 of the United States Code.". (3) Section 202 of that Act (D.C. Code, sec. 4-825) is further amended by striking out "$2100" and inserting in lieu thereof "$2270". (4) Section 301 of that Act (D.C. Code, sec. 4-827) is amended by (A) striking out "All" and inserting in lieu thereof " (a) Except as provided in subsection (b), all", and (B) by adding at the end thereof the following: