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110 STAT. 1718 PUBLIC LAW 104-186—AUG. 20, 1996 Public Law 104-186 104th Congress Aug. 20, 1996 [H.R. 2739] House of Representatives Administrative Reform Technical Corrections Act. 2 USC 31 note. An Act To provide for a representational allowance for Members of the House of Representatives, to make technical and conforming changes to sundry provisions of law in consequence of administrative reforms in the House of Representatives, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF CONTENTS. (a) SHORT TITLE.— This Act may be cited as the "House of Representatives Administrative Reform Technical Corrections Act". (b) TABLE OF CONTENTS. —The table of contents for this Act is as follows: Sec. 1. Short title; table of contents. TITLE I—PROVISIONS RELATING TO ALLOWANCES AND ACCOUNTS IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES AND OTHER ADMINISTRATIVE MATTERS Sec. 101. Representational allowance for Members of House of Representatives. Sec. 102. A(hustment of House of Representatives allowances by Committee on House Oversight. Sec. 103. Liitutation on allowance authority of Committee on House Oversight. Sec. 104. Clerk hire employees of Members of House of Representatives. Sec. 105. Pajmients fix)m applicable accounts of House of Representatives. Sec. 106. Report of disbursements for House of Representatives. Sec. 107. Annotated United States Code for Memoers of House of Representatives to be paid for from Members' Representational Allowance. Sec. 108. Capitol Police citation release. TITLE II—TECHNICAL AND CONFORMING AMENDMENTS AND REPEALS RELATING TO ADMINISTRATIVE REFORMS IN THE HOUSE OF REP- RESENTATIVES Sec. 201. Provisions relating to election of Representatives. Sec. 202. Provisions relating to organization of Congress. Sec. 203. Provisions relating to compensation and allowances of Members. Sec. 204. Provisions relating to officers and employees of House of Representatives. Sec. 205. Provisions relating to Library of Congress. Sec. 206. Provisions relating to congressional and committee procedure; investigations. Sec. 207. Provisions relating to Office of Law Revision Counsel. Sec. 208. Provisions relating to Legislative Classification Office. Sec. 209. Provisions relating to classification of employees of House of Representatives. Sec. 210. Provisions relating to pa3Toll administration in House of Representatives. Sec. 211. Provisions relating to contested elections. Sec. 212. Provisions relating to Joint Committee on Con^ssional Operations. Sec. 213. Provisions relating to Congressional Budget Office. Sec. 214. Provisions relating to the States. Sec. 215. Provisions relating to Government organization and employees. Sec. 216. Provisions codified in appendices to title 5, United States Code. Sec. 217. Provisions relating to commerce and trade. Sec. 218. Provisions relating to foreign relations and intercourse. Sec. 219. Provisions relating to money and finance.