PUBLIC LAW 248—OCT. 31, 1951
Administrator by the Governor only when a designated association, commission, museum, or library shall cease to exist, or when authorized by law. "§ 146. Authorization of appropriations "For the purposes of this chapter, there are authorized to be appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, sums of not more than $50,000 for anj one fiscal year.". SEC. 13. Section 1 of Title 6, United States Code, entitled "Official and Penal Bonds", is amended by striking out the words "collectors of internal revenue," so that such section will read as follows: "§ 1. Custody "All bonds of the Treasurer of the United States, collectors, comptrollers of customs, surveyors, and other officers of the customs, either as such officers or as disbursing officers of the Treasury, bonds of the Secretary of the Senate, Clerk of the House of Representatives, and the Sergeant at Arms of the House of Representatives, shall be placed in the custody of the Secretary of the Treasury and filed as he may direct; and the duties required by law on March 2, 1895, of the Comptroller of the Treasury in regard to such bonds, as the successor of the Commissioner of Customs and First Comptroller of the Treasury, shall be performed by the Secretary of the Treasury.". SEC. 14. The third sentence of section 7 of Title 9, United States Code, entitled "Arbitration", is amended to read as follows: "Said summons shall issue in the name of the arbitrator or arbitrators, or a majority of them, and shall be signed by the arbitrators, or a majority of them, and shall be directed to the said person and shall be served in the same manner as subpoenas to appear and testify before the court; if any person or persons so summoned to testify shall refuse or neglect to obey said summons, upon petition the United States district court for the district in which such arbitrators, or a majority of them, are sitting may compel the attendance of such person or persons before said arbitrator or arbitrators, or punish said person or persons for contempt in the same manner provided by law for securing the attendance of witnesses or their punishment for neglect or refusal to attend in the courts of the United States.". SEC. 15. Section 760 of Title 14, United States Code, entitled "Coast Guard", is amended (1) by striking out, in subsection (a) of such section, the words "Bureau of Employees' Compensation, Federal Security Agency," and in lieu thereof inserting "Secretary of Labor"; and (2) by striking out, in subsection (c) of such section, the words "Bureau for benefits because of an alleged injury or death, the Bureau shall notify" and in lieu thereof inserting "Secretary of Labor for benefits because of an alleged injury or death, the Secretary of Labor, or such officer, agency or employee of the Department of Labor as he shall designate, shall notify", so that such section will read as follows: "§ 760. Disability or death benefits for temporary members J'(a) I n case of physical injury, or death resulting from physical injury, to any temporary member of the Reserve incurred incident to service while performing active Coast Guard duty, or engaged in authorized travel to or from such duty, the provisions of law authorizing compensation for employees of the United States suffering injuries while in the performance of their duties, subject to this section, shall apply, and shall be administered by the Secretary of Labor in the same manner and to the same extent as if such person were a civil employee of the United States and were injured in the performance of his duty. For benefit computation, regardless of pay or pay status, such person shall be deemed to have had monthly pay of $150.
61 Stat. 646. Title 6, U. S. Code: Official and P e n a l Bonds.
61 Stat. 669. Title 9, U. 8. Code: Arbitration.
63 Stat. 495. Title 14, U. S. Code: Coast Guard.