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1004 PUBLIC LAWS-CH. 957-AUG. 13 , 1946 [60 STAT. Class 20, $1,080, $1,140, $1,200, $1,260, $1,320, $1,380, $1,440; Class 21, $900, $960, $1,020, $1,080, $1,140, $1,200, $1,260; Class 22, $720, $780, $840, $900, $960, $1,020, $1,080. SALARIES AT WHICH FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES MAY BE APPOINTED SEC. 416. A person appointed as a staff officer or employee shall receive salary at the minimum rate provided for the class to which appointed except as otherwise provided in accordance with the pro- Pt, p. 100. visions of part E of this title. SALARIES OF ALIEN CLERKS AND EMPLOYEES SEC. 417 . The salary or compensation of an alien clerk or employee shall be fixed by the Secretary in accordance with such regulations as he shall prescribe and, as soon as practicable, in accordance with the Post, . p00w. provisions of section 444 (b). The salary or compensation of an alien clerk or employee fixed on a per annum basis may, notwithstanding the provisions of any other law, be payable on a weekly or biweekly basis. When a one- or two-week pay period of such a clerk or employee begins in one fiscal year and ends in another, the gross amount of the earnings for such pay period may be regarded as a charge against the appropriation or allotment current at the end of such pay period. SALARIES OF CONSULAR AGENTS SEC. 418. The salary or compensation of a consular agent shall be fixed by the Secretary in accordance with such regulations as he shall prescribe and, as soon as practicable, in accordance with the provisions Pst, p.1008. of section 445. PART C--SALARIES OF OFICERS TEMPORARILY IN CHARGE AS CHARGES D'AFFAIRES AD INTERIM SEC. 421. For such time as any Foreign Service officer shall be authorized to act as charge d'affaires ad interim at the post to which he is assigned, he shall receive, in addition to his basic salary as For- eign Service officer, compensation equal to that portion of the differ- ence between such salary and the basic salary provided for the chief of mission as the Secretary may determine to be appropriate. AS OFFICERS IN CHARGE OF CONSULATES GENERAL OR CONSULATES SEC. 422. For such time as any Foreign Service officer or any consul or vice consul who is not a Foreign Service officer is temporarily in charge of a consulate general or consulate during the absence or inca- pacity of the principal officer, he shall receive, in addition to his basic salary as Foreign Service officer or consul or vice consul, compensation equal to that portion which the Secretary shall determine to be appro- priate of the difference between such salary and the basic salary pro- vided for the principal officer, or, if there be none, of the former principal officer. PART D--TIME OF RECEIVING SALARY CHIEFS OF MISSION SEC. 431. (a) Under such regulations as the Secretary may pre- scribe, a chief of mission may be entitled to receive salary from the effective date of his appointment to the date marking his return to his place of residence at the conclusion of the period of his official service