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if such recurrence begins more than six months after the injured employee resumes regular full-time employment with the United States, whichever is greater, except when otherwise determined under section 6 (d) with respect to any period."

909

5 USC 756.

Reimbursement of Compensation Costs by Federal Agencies SEC. 209. Section 35 of the Federal Employees' Compensation Act is amended to read as follows:

5 USC 785.

"Employees' Compensation F u n d "SEC. 35. (a) There is established in the Treasury a separate fund to be known as the Employees' Compensation Fund which shall consist of such sums as Congress may from time to time appropriate therefor or transfer thereto and amounts otherwise accruing thereto under this or any other Act of Congress. Such fund including all additions that may be made to it shall be available without time limit for the payment of the compensation and other benefits and expenses (except administrative expenses) authorized by this Act or any extension or application thereof except as may be provided by this or other Acts. The Secretary of Labor shall submit annually to the Bureau of the Budget estimates of appropriations necessary for the maintenance of the Employees' Compensation Fund. " (b) The Secretary of Labor shall, prior to August 15 of each co!uV^"*"* ^ year, furnish to each executive department and each agency or instrumentality of the United States or other establishment, having employees who are or may be entitled to compensation benefits under this Act or any extension or application thereof (hereinafter called 'agency'), a statement showing the total cost of benefits and other payments made from the Employees' Compensation Fund during the preceding fiscal year on account of the injury or death of employees or persons under the jurisdiction of such agency occurring after December 1, 1960. Each agency shall include in its annual oijidget mJ^^sf^*'* ' ^ " " estimates for the next fiscal year a request for an appropriation in an amount equal to such costs. Sums appropriated pursuant to such request shall, within thirty days after they become available, be deposited in the Treasury to the credit of the Employees' Compensation Fund. I n the case of any corporation or other agency which is not dependent upon an annual appropriation, the deposit to the credit of the Employees' Compensation Fund required by this subsection shall be made by such agency from funds under its control. If any agency or part thereof or any of its functions is transferred to another agency, the cost of compensation benefits and other expenses paid from the Employees' Compensation Fund on account of the injury or death of employees of the transferred agency or function shall be included in costs of the receiving agency. "(c) I n addition to the contributions for the maintenance of the po?ations?*"*°'"' Employees' Compensation Fund required by this section, any mixed contributions. ownership corporation as defined in section 201 of the Government Corporation Control Act (31 U.S.C. 856), or any corporation or ^9 Stat. eoo. agency (or activity thereof) which is required by law to submit an annual budget pursuant to, or as provided by, the Government Corporation Control Act (31 U S.C. 841-869), shall pay an additional amount for its fair share of the cost of administration of this Act as determined by the Secretary of Labor. With respect to said agencies, the charges billed by the Secretary of Labor pursuant to this section shall include an additional amount for such costs, which shall be paid into the Treasury as miscellaneous receipts from the sources authorized, and in the manner otherwise provided in this section."