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PUBLIC LAW 137—AUG. 31, 1951

[65 STAT.

is employed by an agency before which the board member has appeared as a party, or in behalf of a party, within the preceding two years: Provided, That the definitions of "agency", "agency proceeding", and 5ij.*l*a§1001. "party" in section 2 of the Administrative Procedure Act shall apply to these terms as used herein. office™^allocating"su^^ P^^^ ^^ appropriations herein shall be used to pay the compensapervisory positions. tion of officers and employees of the Civil Service Commission who allocate or reallocate supervisory positions in the classified civil service solely on the size of the group, section, bureau, or other organization unit, or on the number of subordinates supervised. References to size of the group, section, bureau, or other organization unit or the number of subordinates-supervised may be given effect only to the extent warranted by the workload of such organization unit and then only in combination with other factors, such as the kind, difficulty, and complexity of work supervised, the degree and scope of responsibility delegated to the supervisor, and the kind, degree, and value of the supervision actually exercised. Annuities, Panama Canal construction employees and LighthouseService widows: For payment of annuities authorized by the Act of 58 Stat. 258. j ^ ^ y 29, 1944, as amended (48 U.S.C. 1373a), and the Act of August „ f U.S.C. §§ 771- ;^9^;^95o (g4 Stat. 465), $2,955,900.

Payment to civil-service retirement and disability fund: For financing the liability of the United States, created by the Act approved fv%^:c\metseq ^ ^ y 22, 1920, and Acts amendatory thereof (5 U.S.C. ch. 14:), $310,000,000, which amount shall be placed to the credit of the "civilservice retirement and disability fund". COMMISSION ON R E N O V A T I O N O F THE EXECUTIVE MANSION For all expenses of the Commission on Renovation of the Executive 3\F*s*c^uionote Mausion as authorized by Public Law 40, Eighty-first Congress, $25,000. D I S P L A C E D P E R S O N S COMMISSION Displaced Persons Commission: For expenses necessary to carry out the provisions of the Displaced Persons Act of 1948, as amended by 5 o T I ' %. app. the Act of June 16, 1950 (Public Law 555), including $1,100,000 for § 1951 note. capital for loans pursuant to section 14 of said Act; rents in the District §i%2a." • app. ^^ Columbia; travel expenses, including travel expenses outside continental United States without regard to the Standardized Government Travel Regulations, as amended, and the rates of per diem allowances es Stat. 166. under the Travel Expense Act of 1949; hire of passenger motor vehi5 U.S.C.§ 835 note. cles; printing and binding outside the continental limits of the United States without regard to section 11 of the Act of March 1, 1919 (44 40 Stat. 1270. "[J. S. C. I l l); expeuses incident to the primary and secondary education of American children who are dependents of Government personnel paid from this appropriation and stationed overseas; services as authorized by section 15 of the Act of August 2, 1946 (5 U.S.C. 60 Stat. 810. 55g^^. employment of aliens; and payment of rent in foreign countries in advance; $7,000,000, of which not less than $4,375,000 shall be available for the expenses of transporting to the United States disernmeS^genctes*^"^ placed persous of German ethnic origin: Provided, That allocations may be made from this appropriation by the Commission upon approval by the Bureau of the Budget to any department, agency, corporation, or independent establishment of the Government for direct expenditure for the purposes of this appropriation, and any such expenditures may be made under the specific authority herein con-