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79TH CONG. , 2D SESS.-CH. 270-MAY 24, 1946 exceed eight hours of such duty, excluding periods when he is in a leave status, in lieu of his regular rate of basic compensation for such duty, at the rate of twice such regular rate of basic compen- sation, in addition to any extra compensation for night duty provided by section 301 of this Act:". PAY RATES FOR GRADES 9 AND 10 OF THE CRAFTS, PROTECTIVE, AND CUSTODIAL SERVICE OF THE CLASSIFICATION ACT SEC. 12. (a) Section 13 of the Classification Act of 1923, as amended, is hereby further amended by striking out the second para- graph relating to grade 9 of the Crafts, Protective, and Custodial Service and substituting therefor the following: "The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $2,870, $2,980, $3,090, $3,200, $3,310, $3,420, and $3,530?' (b) Section 13 of the Classification Act of 1923, as amended, is hereby further amended by striking out the second paragraph relat- ing to grade 10 of the Crafts, Protective, and Custodian Service and substituting therefor the following: "The annual rates of compensation for positions in this grade shall be $3,200, $3,310, $3,420, $3,530, $3,640, $3,750, and $3,860. (c) With respect to grades 9 and 10 of the Crafts, Protective, and Custodial Service, the increase in rates of basic compensation pro- vided by section 2 of this Act shall be computed on the rates of basic compensation established for such grades, as amended by sub- sections (a) and (b) of this section. GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE SEC. 13. This Act and any other general legislation heretofore or hereafter enacted governing the employment, compensation, emolu- ments, and status of officers and employees of the United States shall apply to officers and employees of the General Accounting Office in the same manner and to the same extent as if such officers and employees were in or under the executive branch of the Government. PERSONNEL CEILINGS SEC. 14. (a) Section 607 of the Federal Employees Pay Act of 1945 is amended by adding at the end thereof a new subsection as follows: "(g) (1) In carrying out the provisions of subsection (b) of this section- "(A) with respect to the departments (other than the Depart- ment of War and the Department of the Navy), establishments, and agencies (including Government-owned or controlled corpo- rations) in the executive branch, the Director shall so determine the numbers of full-time civilian employees and the man-months of part-time employment on the basis of the relative needs of such departments, establishments, and agencies for personnel. that the aggregate number of such civilian employees (including the full-time equivalent of man-months of part-time employ- ment) shall not exceed (i) five hundred and twenty-eight thou- sand nine hundred and seventy-five for the quarter beginning October 1, 1946; (ii) five hundred and one thousand seven hun- dred and seventy-one for the quarter beginning January 1, 1947; (iii) four hundred and seventy-four thousand five hundred and sixty-seven for the quarter beginning April 1, 1947; and (iv) four hundred and forty-seven thousand three hundred and sixty- three after June 30, 1947; Ante, p. 218. 45 Stat. 784. 5 .S.C.§673. Ante, p. 216. Infra. Supra. Ante, p. 216. 59 Stat. 304. 5U.8. C..Supp.V, 947. 60 STAT. ] 219