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PUBLIC LAWS OF THE SEVENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS
OF THE
UNITED
STATES
OF
AMERICA
Passed at the second session, which was begun and held at the city of Washington, in the
District of Columbia, on Friday, the third day of January, 1936, and was adjourned
without day on Saturday, the twentieth day of June, 1936 .
FRANKLIN D . ROOSEVELT, President ; JOHN N . GARNER, Vice President ; KEY PITTMAN,
President of the Senate pro tempore ; JOSEPH W . BYRNS,' Speaker of the House
of Representatives ; WILLIAM B . BANKHEAD, elected Speaker of the House of
Representatives June 4, 1936 .
[CHAPTER 1 .]
AN ACT
January
pry16, 1936.
To amend the Act entitled "An Act to provide additional pay for personnel of the [Public, No. 415 .1
United States Navy assigned to duty on submarines and to diving duty", to
include officers assigned to duty at submarine training tanks and diving units,
and for other purposes .
Be it enacted by the Senate and House o f Representatives o f the
United States o f America in Congress assembled, That the Act entitled "An Act to provide additional pay for personnel of the United
States Navy assigned to duty on submarines and to diving duty" (45
St at. 412 ; U. S . C ., Supp . VII I title 34, sec . 886) is hereby amended
by inserting after the words submarine of the Navy in line 3 of
said Act the words "including submarines under construction for
the Navy from the time builders' trials commence, or on duty at submarine escape training tanks, the Navy Deep Sea Diving School,
or the Naval Experimental Diving Unit", and by inserting after the
words "submarine of the Navy" in lines 6 and 7 of said Act the words
"including submarines under construction for the Navy from the time
builders' trials commence", so that the said Act as amended will
read as follows : "That hereafter all officers of the Navy on duty on
board a submarine of the Navy, including submarines under construction for the Navy from the time builders' trials commence, or on
duty at submarine escape training tanks, the Navy Deep Sea Diving
School, or the Naval Experimental Diving Unit, shall, while so serving, receive 25 per centum additional of the pay for their rank and
service as now provided by law ; and an enlisted man of the United
States Navy assigned to duty aboard a submarine of the Navy, including submarines under construction for the Navy from the time
builders' trials commence, or to the duty of diving, shall, in lieu of
the additional pay now authorized, receive pay, under such regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of the Navy, at the rate
of not less than $5 per month and not exceeding $30 per month, in
addition to the pay and allowances of his rating and service
Provided, That divers employed in actual salvage operations in
depths of over ninety feet shall, in addition to the foregoing, receive
the sum of $5 per hour for each hour or fraction thereof so employed .
Approved, January 16, 1936 .
Died, June 4, 1936,12 :15 a. m .
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74Tir CONGRESS . SESS . II . CHS . 2, 3 . JANUARY 16, 1936 .
[CHAPTER 2 .1
AN ACT
January 16, 1936 .
[S . 2774 .]
[Public, No . 416 .1
Navy and Marine
Corps .
Retired list rank,
certain officers .
Proviso .
No pay increase .
For the relief of certain officers on the retired list of the Navy and Marine Corps,
who have been commended for their performance of duty in actual combat with
the enemy during the World War .
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the
United States o f America in Congress assembled, That all officers
of the Navy and Marine Corps who have been retired or who may
hereafter be retired for physical disability and who have been commended for their performance of duty in actual combat with the
enemy during the World War by the head of the executive department under whose jurisdiction such duty was performed shall be
placed upon the retired list with the rank of the next higher grade
Provided That such promotion shall not car with it any yincrease,
in pay .
Approved, January 16, 1936 .
[CHAPTER 3 .1
AN ACT
January
936 .
2s6
[Public, No. 417.]
Naval Academy and
Postgraduate school.
Annuity policies for
civilian teachers .
Purchase of.
Proviso .
credits .
Retiring age.
Ext
ens Extension .
f
Benefits to present
Retirement provi.
lions .
To provide for the retirement and retirement annuities of civilian members of
the teaching staffs at the United States Naval Academy and the Postgraduate
School, United States Naval Academy .
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the
United States o f America in Congress assembled, That civilian memhers of the teaching staffs of the United States Naval Academy and
Postgraduate School, whose employment commences from and after
the date of approval of this Act, shall, as a part of their contracts of
employment, be required to carry, during such employment, a deferred
annuity policy, having no cash surrender or loan provision, from a
joint-stock life insurance corporation, incorporated under the laws
of any State of the United States, which has a charter restriction that
its business must be conducted without profit to its stockholders .
SEC . 2 . Toward the purchase of said deferred annuity, each member of such teaching staffs shall be required to register a monthly
allotment through the Navy Allotment Office, Navy Department,
Washington, District of Columbia, equivalent in amount to 10 per
centum of his monthlyybasic salary : PProvided,~ That for each month
such allotment is registered, the pay accounts of such member shall be
credited monthly from such appropriations as may be made for this
purpose with an additional sum equivalent to 5 per centum of his
monthly basic salary.
SEC. 3 . The retiring age for all civilian members of the teaching
staffs set forth in this Act shall be the 30th day of June following
their sixty-fifth birthday, or any date between their sixty-fifth birthday and the following 30th day of June upon which their employment may be terminated : Provided, That in the discretion of the
Secretary of the Navy, such retiring age may be extended to not
beyond the seventieth birthday in individual and special cases .
SEC . 4. Civilian members of the teaching staffs of the Naval Academy and Postgraduate School, who are so employed on the date of
approval of this Act, may, at their own request, if made within
sixty days thereafter to the Secretary of the Navy, participate in the
benefits under the provisions of sections 1 and 2 of this Act . Each
such member of the teaching staffs who so participates and who, upon
reaching the date of retirement as set forth in section 3 of this Act
has an insufficient accumulation of premium payments to his credit
to have purchased for him an annuity of $1,200 per annum, shall be
paid by the Secretary of the Navy from such appropriations as may