PUBLIC LAW 70~JUNE 18, 1953
of fare for the service furnished as he may establish. All moneys collected as fares from such employees shall be accounted for and shall be deposited in the Treasury of the United States to the credit of miscellaneous receipts. The authority herein granted the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs shall be exercised with respect to any station only after determination by the Administrator that existing private and other facilities are not and cannot be rendered adequate by other means, and that its exercise will result in the most efficient method of supplying transportation to the personnel concerned and a proper utilization of transportation facilities. Approved June 18, 1953. Public Law 69
AN ACT To provide for the suspension of the imposition or execution of sentence in certain cases in the Municipal Court for the District of Columbia and in the Juvenile Court of the District of Columbia.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Co7igress assembled. That in all cases in the Municipal Court for the District of Columbia, and in the Juvenile Court of the District of Columbia, the municipal court or the juvenile court, as the case may be, shall have power upon conviction to suspend the imposition of sentence or to impose sentence and suspend the execution thereof, if it should appear to the satisfaction of the court that the ends of justice and the best interests of the public and of the defendant would be served thereby. I n each case of the imposition of sentence and the suspension of the execution thereof, the municipal court may, in its discretion, place the defendant on probation as provided by the Act approved June 25, 1910 (36 Stat. 864; sec. 24-102, D. C. Code, 1940), and the juvenile court may, in its discretion, place the defendant on probation as provided by the Act approved June 1, 1938 (52 Stat. 601; sec. 11-919, D. C. Code, 1940), by the Act approved March 23, 1906, as amended (34 Stat. 86; sec. 22-903, D. C. Code, 1940), or by the k.Q,t approved February 4, 1925 (43 Stat. 807; sec. 31-207, D. d. Code, 1940), as the case may be. Approved June 18, 1953. Public Law 70
June 18, 1953 [H. R. 1832]
D. C. municipal and j u v e n i l e courts. Sentence powers.
AN ACT To revive and reenact the Act of December 21, 1944, authorizing the City of Clinton Bridge Commission to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge and approaches thereto across the Mississippi River, at or near the cities of Clinton, Iowa, and Fulton, Illinois, as amended.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Act approved December 21, 1944, entitled "An Act creating the City of Clinton Bridge Commission and authorizing said commission and its successors to acquire by purchase or condemnation and to construct, maintain, and operate a bridge or bridges across the Mississippi River at or near Clinton, Iowa, and at or near Fulton, Illinois", as amended, be, and is hereby, revived and reenacted: Provided, That this Act shall be null and void unless the actual construction of the bridge herein referred to be commenced within two years and completed within four years from the date of approval hereof.
June 18, 1953 [H. R. 2761]
58 Stat. 846.