PUBLIC LAW 92-211-DEC. 22, 1971
for the administration of this Act. All such payments of expenses shall be made by checks drawn by the Board and shall be subject to audit by the District in the same manner as are payments of other expenses of the District. (3) No expenditure of this fund shall be made unless and until the Board by resolution duly entered in its minutes finds that no other funds are available or can properly be used to finance such expenditures. Vouchers drawn to pay expenditures of this fund shall, among other things, include a duly certified copy of the resolution of the Board hereinbefore referred to. " (4) The moneys in this fund shall be continuously available to the Board for expenditures and refunds in accordance with the provisions of this subsection and shall not lapse at any time or be transferred to any other fund or account except as herein provided. If, on June 30 of any calendar year, the balance in this fund exceeds $250,000 by $1,000 or more, the Board shall transfer such excess to the Unemployment Trust Fund. I t shall be the duty of the Secretary of the Treasury to invest such portion of this fund in excess of $10,000 at the end of each month. Such investments shall be made in the same manner as provided in section 904 of the Social Security Act. The interest on, and the proceeds from, the sale of redemptions or any obligations held in this fund shall be credited to and form a part of this fund." (43) Section 15 of such Act (D.C. Code,, sec. 46-315) is amended by striking out "$25" in subsection (c) and inserting in lieu thereof "$50". (44) Section 16 of such Act (D.C. Code, sec. 46-316) is amended to read as follows: " (a) The Board is hereby authorized to enter into reciprocal arrangements with appropriate and duly authorized agencies of other States or of the Federal Government, or both, whereby services performed by an individual for a single employing unit for which services are customarily performed by such individual in more than one State shall be deemed to be services performed entirely within any one of the States (1) in which any part of such individual's service is performed or (2) in which such individual has his residence or (3) in which the employing unit maintains a place of business, provided there is in effect, as to such services, an election, approved by the agency charged with the administration of such State's unemploymentcompensation law, pursuant to which all the services performed by such individual for such employing unit are deemed to be performed entirely within such State. " (b) The Board is hereby authorized to enter into reciprocal arrangements with appropriate and duly authorized agencies of other States or of the Federal Government, or both, whereby potential rights to benefits accumulated under the unemployment-compensation laws of one or more States or under one or more such laws of the Federal Government, or both, may constitute the basis for the payment of benefits through a single appropriate agency under terms which the Board finds will be fair and reasonable as to all affected interests and will not result in any substantial loss to the fund. "(c) The Board shall participate in any arrangements for the payment of compensation on the basis of combining an individual's wages and employment covered under this Act with his wages and employment covered under the unemployment-compensation laws of other States which are approved by the Secretary of Labor in consultation with the State unemployment-compensation agencies as reasonably calculated to assure the prompt and full payment of compensation in such situations and which include provisions for (1) applying the base period of a single State law to a claim involving the combining of an individual's wages and employment covered under two or more State unemployment-compensation laws, and (2) avoiding the duplicate use of wages and employment by reason of such combining.
74 Stat. 976. 42 USC 1104. 68 Stat, 996. Reciprocal arrangements. 57 Stat. 1 2 1.