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[85 STAT. 634]
[85 STAT. 634]
PUBLIC LAW 92-000—MMMM. DD, 1971

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PUBLIC LAW 92-184-DEC. 15, 1971

$424,842 $446,244 $467,646 $488,556 $509,466 $530,130

if if if if if if

such population such population such population such population such population such population

is 10,000,000 but less than is 11,000,000 but less than is 12,000,000 but less than is 13,000,000 but less than is 15,000,000 but less than is 17,000,000 or more.".

[85 STAT.

11,000,000; 12,000,000; 13,000,000; 15,000,000; 17,000,000;

OFFICE OF SERGEANT AT ARMS AND DOORKEEPER

For an additional amount for "Office of Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper", $68,390: Provided, That effective January 1, 1972, the Sergeant at Arms may appoint and fix the compensation of an additional assistant video engineer at not to exceed $17,958 per annum, a senior programer at not to exceed $17,712 per annum, two program analysts at not to exceed $15,006 per annum each, four operators at not to exceed $10,086 per annum each, a liaison and documentation specialist at not to exceed $12,054 per annum, a job controller at not to exceed $12,054 per annum, and a key punch operator at not to exceed $6,642 per annum. CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE SENATE FOLDING DOCUMENTS

For an additional amount for "Folding Documents", $14,000. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS

For an additional amount for "Miscellaneous Items", fiscal year 1971, $250,000 to be derived by transfer from the appropriation "Salaries, Officers and Employees", fiscal jrear 1971. state%mcrs°"ce ^^^ ^^ additional amount for "Miscellaneous Items", $275,000: ice space, p^^^^'^g^^ That cach Senator shall be entitled to office space suitable for his official use at not more than three places designated by him in the State he represents. The Sergeant at Arms shall secure for each Senator such suitable office space in post offices or other Federal buildings at the places designated by each Senator. I n the event suitable space is not available in post offices or other Federal buildings at any place designated by a Senator within his State, the Senator may lease or rent other office space for the purpose at such place, and the Sergeant at Arms shall approve for payment from the contingent fund of the Senate vouchers covering bona fide statements of rentals due for such office. I n addition, the Sergeant at Arms shall approve for payment from the contingent fund of the Senate to each Senator, upon his certification, the official office expenses incurred in his State, telephone services charges officially incurred outside Washington, District of Columbia, and charges incurred for subscriptions to newspapers, magazines, periodicals, or clipping or similar services. Payment of rentals due and such expenses and charges shall not exceed the amount of $7,800 each calendar year, of which amount not to exceed $3,600 shall be available for the payment of rentals due, except that in the case of a Senator holding his office as Senator for less than a full calendar year, such $7,800 and $3,600 shall be prorated for that portion of such year he has served as a Senator. The aggregate of payments to or on behalf of a Senator shall not exceed at any time the sum of $650 multiplied by the number of months (or fractions thereof) elapsing from (1) the first day of the calendar year in which the payment is made, or (2) the day during such year in which the Senator assumed the duties of his office, whichever day is applicable, to the date of payment, and the amounts included in such sum as pay-