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[74 Stat. 145]
[74 Stat. 145]
PUBLIC LAW 86-000—MMMM. DD, 1960

74 S T A T, ]

PUBLIC LAW 8 6 - 4 7 4 - M A Y 14, 1960

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" (d) An Assistant Commandant who retires within two and onehalf years of the date of his original assignment as Assistant Commandant shall retire in his permanent grade and with the retired pay of that grade unless entitled to a higher retired grade under other provisions of law. However, section 243 of this title shall not apply to an officer retiring within two and one-half years of the date of nis original assignment as Assistant Commandant." (7) Sections 48 and 49 are repealed. (8) The analysis of chapter 3 is amended by striking out the following items: "45. Permanent grade of Commandant on expiration of term "47. Assistant Commandant and Engineer in Chief; appointment "48. Permanent grade of Assistant Commandant and Engineer in Chief on expiration of term "49. Retirement of Assistant Commandant and Engineer in Chief"

and inserting the following item in place thereof: "47. Assistant Commandant; assignment: retirement."

(9) Section 186 is amended to read as follows: "§ 186. Civilian teaching staff "The Secretary may appoint in the Coast Guard such number of civilian members of the teaching staff at the Academy as the needs of the Service may require, whose compensation shall be fixed in accordance with the Classification Act of 1949, as amended. They shall have such titles and perform duties as prescribed by the Secretary. Leaves of absence and hours of work for such personnel shall be governed by regulations issued by the Secretary of the Treasury, without regard to section 84, chapter 18, subchapter IV of chapter 21, sections 1112, 1113, and 1121-1125, and chapter 23, of title 5." (10) Section 187 is amended to read as follows: "§ 187. Permanent commissioned teaching staff'; composition "The permanent commissioned teaching staff at the Academy shall consist of professors, associate professors, assistant professors and instructors, in such numbers as the needs of the Service require. They shall perform duties as prescribed by the Commandant, and exercise command only in the academic department of the Academy." (11) Section 188 is amended— (A) By striking out in the first sentence the word "commissioned" which precedes the word "instructors"; and (B) By striking out in the second sentence the word "instructor" and inserting the words "member of the teaching staff" in place thereof. (12) Section 189 is amended— (A) By striking out in the first sentence the word "commissioned" which precedes the word "instructors". (B) By striking out in the last sentence the word "or" which precedes the word "assistant", and inserting a comma and the words "or instructor" after the words "assistant professor". (13) Section 190 is amended— (A) By striking out in the first sentence the word "commissioned" which precedes the words "instructors in the Coast Guard". (B) By striking out in the first sentence the words "instructor or civilian librarian" which precede the words "at the Academy" and inserting the words "member of the teaching staff" in place thereof. (C) By striking out the word "commissioned" whicli precedes the word "instructor" wherever it appears in this section.

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