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PUBLIC LAW 86-531-JUNE 27, 1960
specified in the policy for calculating cash surrender values, if any, and paid-up nonforieiture benefits, provided that for any category of ordinary insurance issued on female risks, adjusted premiums and present values may be calculated according to an age not more than three years younger than the actual age of the insured: Provided, however, That in calculating the present value of any paid-up term insurance with accompanying pure endowment, if any, offered as a nonforfeiture benefit, the rates of mortality assumed may be not more than those shown in the Commissioners 1968 Extended Term Insurance Table: Provided further, That for insurance issued on a substandard basis, the calculation of any such adjusted premiums and present values may be based on such other table of mortality as may be specified by the company and approved by the Superintendent. After the effective date of the amendatory Act of 1960, any company may file with the Superintendent a written notice of its election to comply with the provisions of this paragraph after a specified date before January 1, 1966. After the nling of such notice, then upon such specified date (which shall be the operative date of this paragraph for such company), this paragraph shall become operative with respect to the ordinary policies thereafter issued by such company. I f a company makes no such election, the operative date of this paragraph for such company shall be January 1^ 1966." (b) Clause (iv) of the fourth sentence of subsection (e) of such section (D.C. Code, sec. 35-705b(e)) is amended by striking out "decreasing". (c) The last sentence of subsection (g) of such section (D.C. Code, sec. 36-705b(g)) is amended by inserting immediately before the period at the end thereof the following: ": Provided, however, That the operative date of the last paragraph of subsection (d) shall be as stated therein". Approved June 27, 1960.
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Public Law 86-531 AN ACT To provide for the representation of indigents in judicial proceedings in the District of Columbia.
June 27, 1960 [H. R. 10761]
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the The United States of America in Congress assembled, That this Act may C o l u mDistrict of b i a Legal Aid Act. be cited as "The District of Columbia Legal Aid Act." L SEC. 2. There is hereby created a Legal Aid Agency (hereinafter cy, ecgraela tAid. Agenion called the Agency) for the District of Columbia, to provide legal representation of indigents in judicial proceedings in the District of Columbia, as provided in section 3. C u SEC. 3. The Agency shall make attorneys available to represent in- d i g eon tn s e l for ins. digents in criminal proceedings in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia and in preliminary hearings in felony cases, and in cases involving offenses against the United States in which imprisonment may be for one year or more in the Municipal Court for the District of Columbia, in proceedings before the Coroner for the District of Columbia and the United States Commissioner, in proceedings before the juvenile court of the District of Columbia, and in proceedings before the Commission on Mental Health of the District of Columbia and proceedings in the courts arising therefrom. The Agency shall from time to time advise each of the courts and tribunals named in this section of the names of the attorneys employed by the Agency who are available to accept assignments in said court or tribunal. The judges or other presiding officers of the several