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PUBLIC LAW 86-000—MMMM. DD, 1960

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PUBLIC LAW 86-682-SEPT. 2, 1960

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(2) is of general public interest and importance and is to endure for a definite period of time and is not to be conducted for private gain or profit. (b) The permittee shall prepay all expenses for the purchase, adapting or installing special canceling stamps or postmarking dies. (c) The Postmaster General may revoke permits granted under this section when he finds it expedient or necessary to use special canceling stamps or postmarking dies for governmental purposes. § 2509. Special cancellation "Pray for peace" The Postmaster General may provide for the use in post offices of the first and second class of a special canceling stamp or postmarking die bearing the words "Pray for peace". § 2510. Printing on stamped envelopes The Postmaster General may not sell stamped envelopes containing any lithographing or engraving, printing or advertising, other than the usual request for return of the envelope to the sender.

PART III—PERSONNEL CHAPTER 41. GENERAL PROVISIONS 43. APPOINTMENT AND A S S I G N M E N T OF F I E L D SERVICE EMPLOYEES 45. COMPENSATION I N THE POSTAL F I E L D SERVICE

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CHAPTER 41—GENERAL PROVISIONS Sec. 3101. Definitions. EMPLOYEES GENERALLY 3103. Oath of office. 3104. No employee to receive fees. 3105. Detail of employees between field and department. SPECIAL CLASSES O F EMPLOYEES 3111. 3112. 3113. 3114. 3115. 3116.

Residence of postal transportation clerks. Inspectors may administer oaths. R u r a l c a r r i e r s to furnish equipment. R u r a l c a r r i e r s not to c a r r y merchandise. Special delivery messengers as employees or carriers. Uniforms and badges.

§ 3101. Definitions As used in this part— (1) "employee", unless the context otherwise indicates, includes postmasters, officers, supervisors, and all other persons employed in the postal field service, regardless of title, other than persons who provide services for the Department on a fee, contract, job, or piecework basis; (2) "position" means the duties and responsibilities assigned to an employee, other than duties performed on a fee, contract, job, or piecework basis; (3) "key position" means an existing position, described in sections 3511-3531 of this title; (4) "salary level" means the numerical standing in the Postal Field Service Schedule assigned to a position in the postal field service; (5) "basic salary" means the rate of annual or hourly compensation specified by law, exclusive of overtime, night differential, and longevity compensation; and (6) "basic compensation" means basic salary plus longevity compensation.