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61 STAT.] 80TH CONG. , 1 ST SESS.-CH. 208 -JULY 7, 1947 the colored schools. All members of the respective boards of examiners shall serve without additional compensation. SEC. 14. The Board of Education, on recommendation of the Super- intendent of Schools, is hereby authorized to appoint annual substitute teachers, who shall qualify for said positions by meeting such eligibility requirements as the said board may prescribe and who shall be assigned to the lowest class to which eligible for the type of work to be per- formed, and who shall be entitled to salary placement credit as pro- vided in paragraph (ap) of section 6 of this Act, but who shall not be entitled to annual increases of said class. The said board shall prescribe the amount to be deducted from the salary of any absent teacher for whom an annual substitute may perform service. The above authorization for the appointment of annual substitute teachers shall not be construed to prevent the Board of Education from the employment of other substitute teachers under regulations to be pre- scribed by the said board. SEC. 15. When necessary, the Board of Education, on written recom- mendation of the Superintendent of Schools, is authorized and empowered to appoint temporary teachers: Provided, That such appointments shall be made for a limited period not to extend beyond June 30 of the fiscal year in which the appointments are made, and the Board of Education is authorized to terminate the services of any temporary teachers at any time, on the written recommendation of the Superintendent of Schools: And provided further, That all tem- porary teachers shall receive the basic salary of the class in which service is to be performed plus salary placement credit provided in paragraph (ap) of section 6 of this Act, but shall not be entitled to annual increases of said class. SEC. 16. The Board of Education is hereby authorized to conduct as parts of the public-school system, a department of school attend- ance and work permits, evening schools, vacation schools, American- ization schools, and other activities, under and within appropriations made by Congress, and on the written recommendation of the Superin- tendent of Schools to fix and prescribe the salaries, other than those herein specified, to be paid to the employees of the said departments and activities. SEC. 17. All employees assigned to salary classes 1 to 12, inclusive, and all attendance officers assigned to salary class 32 in the foregoing schedule, shall be classified as teachers for pay-roll purposes and their annual salaries shall be paid in ten monthly installments in accordance with existing law. SEC. 18. Attendance officers in the department of school attendance and work permits assigned to class 32 in the foregoing schedule shall be entitled, in accordance with regulations made by the Board of Education, to cumulative leave with pay because of personal illness, the presence of contagious disease, death in the home, or pressing emergency, at the rate of ten days per calendar year, the total accumu- lation not to exceed sixty days; and in the event of any further absence of any attendance officer the Board of Education, on written recom- mendation of the Superintendent, is hereby authorized to appoint a substitute who shall be paid at a rate fixed by the said Board and the amount paid to such substitute shall be deducted from the salary of the absent attendance officer. Such attendance officers shall not be entitled to annual or sick leave under any other law. SEC. 19. The rates of salaries herein designated shall become effec- tive on July 1, 1947. The estimates of the expenditures for the operation of the public-school system of the District of Columbia shall hereafter be prepared in conformity with the classification and com- pensation of employees herein provided. During the fiscal year ending June 30, 1948, no teacher, school officer, or other employee of 259' Annual substitute teachers. Ante, p. 257. Pay deduction from salary of absent teach- er. Other substitute teachers. Temporary teach- ers. Service limitation. Salary Evening schools and other activities. Salaries of em- ployees. Employees classi- fled as teachers for pay-roll pur)poses. Attendance offlcers. Cumulative leave with pay. Substitute. Appointment; pay. Rates effective July 1, 1947. Preparation of fu- ture estimates. Salary ineasesdr- lng fiscal year ending June 30, 198.