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[74 Stat. 299]
[74 Stat. 299]
PUBLIC LAW 86-000—MMMM. DD, 1960

74

STAT.]

299

PUBLIC LAW 86.568-JULY 1, 1960

(3) If the officer or employee (other than an officer or employee subject to paragraph (4) of this subsection), immediately prior to the effective date of this section, is receiving basic compensation at a rate in excess of the maximum longevity rate of his grade, or in excess of the maximum scheduled rate of his grade if there is no longevity rate for his grade, he shall receive basic compensation at a rate equal to the rate which he received immediately prior to such effective date, increased by an amount equal to the amount of the increase made by this section in the maximum longevity rate, or the maximum scheduled rate, as the case may be, of his grade until (A) he leaves such position, or (B) he is entitled to receive basic compensation at a higher rate by reason of the operation of the Classification Act of 1949, as amended; 5 USC 1071 note. but, when his position becomes vacant, the rate of basic compensation of any subsequent appointee thereto shall be fixed in accordance with such Act, as amended. (4) If the officer or employee, immediately prior to the effective date of this section, is receiving, pursuant to paragraph (4) of section 2(b) of the Federal Employees Salary Increase Act of 1955, 69 Stat. 173. an existing aggregate rate of compensation determined under section 5 USC 1 113 note. 208(b) of the Act of September 1, 1954 (68 Stat. 1111; Public Law 763, Eighty-third Congress), plus the amount of the increase provided 5 USC 526. by section 2 of the Federal Employees Salary Increase Act of 1955 and by section 2 of the Federal Employees Salary Increase Act of 1958, he shall receive an aggregate rate of compensation equal to the 72 Stat. 203. S sum of (A) his existing aggregate rate of compensation determined note'u s e 1113 and under such section 208(b) of the Act of September 1, 1954, (B) the amount of the increase provided by section 2 of the Federal Employees Salary Increase Act of 1955, (C) the amount of the increase provided by section 2 of the Federal Employees Salary Increase Act of 1958, and (D) the amount of the increase made by this section in the maximum longevity rate of his grade, until (i) he leaves his position, or (ii) he is entitled to receive aggregate compensation at a higher rate by reason of the operation of this title or any other provision of law; but, when such position becomes vacant, the aggregate rate of compensation of any subsequent appointee thereto shall be fixed in accordance with applicable provisions of law. Subject to clauses (i) and (ii) of the immediately preceding sentence of this paragraph, the amount of the increase provided by this section shall be held and considered for the purposes of section 208(b) of such Act of September 1, 1954, to constitute a part of the existing aggregate rate of compensation of such employee. EMPLOYEES SUBJECT TO THE FOREIGN SERVICE ACT OF 1940

SEC. 113. (a) The third sentence of section 412 of the Foreign Service Act of 1946, as amended (22 U.S.C. 867), is amended by striking out "$19,250 and inserting in lieu thereof "$19,800". (b) The fourth sentence of section 412 of such Act is amended to read as follows: "The per annum salaries of Foreign Service officers within each of the other classes shall be as follows: "Class 1 Class 2 Class 3 Class 4 Class 5 - . Class 6 Class 7 Class 8

$17,250 14,900 12,535 10,645 8,755 7,215 6,035 5,085

$17,650 15,255 12,890 10,945 9,055 7,455 6,215 5,265

$18,050 15,610 13,245 11,245 9,355 7,695 6,395 5,445

$18,450 15,965 13,600 11,545 9,655 7,935 6,575 5,625

$18,850 16,320 13,955 11,845 9,955 8,175 6,755 5,805

$19,250 16,675 14,310 12,145 10,255 8,415 6,935 5,985

$19,650 17,030 14,665 12,445 10,655 8,655 7,115 6,165 $6,345"

70 Stat. 704.

22 USC 867.