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PUBLIC LAW 188—OCT. 22, 1951

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(c) to offices or positions required by law to be filled by appointment of the President by and with the advice and consent of the Senate; (d) to the Department of Justice, except general administration personnel; (e) to the Federal Bureau of Investigation; (f) to the Judiciary Branch; (g) to the Civil Aeronautics Administration; (h) to the operational personnel of the Weather Bureau, Coast and Geodetic Survey, and the Bureau of Public Eoads; (i) to the Patent Office; (j) to the Civil Aeronautics Board; (k) to employees under the provisions of the Foreign Service 60 stet.^999^ ^ ^^ Act of 1946 as amended; note. • • (1) to employees in grades CPC-1 and 2: Provided further, That when the total number of personnel in a department subject to this section has been reduced to 90 per centum of the total provided for in the budget estimates for 1952, this section may cease to apply. in^rSXefworker?- Ec. 604. No part of any appropriation contained in this Act shall striction. ' be used to pay the compensation of any employee engaged in personnel work in excess of the number that would be provided by a ratio of one such employee to one hundred and fifteen, or a part thereof, full-time, part-time, and intermittent employees of the agency concerned: Provided, That excess factors arising from unusual requirements approved by the President may be used in applying a different ratio, but in no instance shall the number be in excess of the number that would be provided by a ratio of one such employee to eighty-five, or a part thereof, full-time, part-time, and intermittent employees of the agency concerned: Provided further, That for purposes of this section employees shall be considered as engaged in personnel work if they spend half time or more in personnel administration consisting of direction and administration of the personnel program; employment, placement, and separation; job evaluation and classification; employee relations and services; training; committees of expert examiners and boards of civil-service examiners; Nonappiicabiiity. wage administration; and processing, recording, and reporting: Provided further, That this section shall not apply to personnel work concerning employees of the Foreign Service of the United States. Chauffeurs. ^-^0. 605. Except for the automobiles officially assigned to the Secretary of State, the Attorney General, the Secretary of Commerce, automobiles assigned for operation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and one-half of the chauffeur-driven automobiles in operation in the Departments on July 1, 1951, no part of any appropriation contained in this Act shall be used to pay the compensation of any civilian employee of the Government in the District of Columbia whose primary duties consist of acting as chauffeur of any Government-owned passenger motor vehicle (other than a bus or ambulance), unless such appropriation is specifically authorized to be used for paying the compensation of employees performing such duties. Grades os-17 and g^c. 606. The Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Appointments au- United States Department of Justice, hereafter is authorized without thonzed. regard to section 505 of the Classification Act of 1949 to place two positions in grade GS-18, and seven positions in grade GS-17, in the fu!*s.^a"j51105, ^^neral Schedule established by the Classification Act of 1949, and 1071 note. 'such positious shall be in lieu of any positions in the Federal Bureau AssociatTDirecto", of Investigation previously allocated under section 505. The com*'^^pensation of the Associate Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation hereafter shall be $17,500 per annum.