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Be it cracted by the Senate und Ilouse o; presentatives of the United States of Imerion in Congress (lxscmildi. Tirne following cover... reporting requirements, which relate to tie submission of certain a encics. re youts to Congress or other Government authority, are hereby Roportin: repealed, as follows:

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eliminatic:

REPORTS UNDER FACIL EXECUTIVE AGENCY

(1) The annual report to Congress of the dininistrative adjustmont of tort claims of $2,500 or less, starting the name of each claimant, the amount claimed, the amount : Wirded, imd brief description of the claim (28 U.S.C. 2673).

62 Stat. 983.

REPORTS UNDER TWO OR MORE EXECUTIVE AGENCIES (2) The semiannual report to the Congress of purchases and contracts with respect to experimental, lievelopmental, or research work with the name of each contractor, the amount of the contract, and description of the work required (v3 Stat. 330; 41 U.S.C. 23:2 (c)).

(3) The quarterly reports to Congress by the Department of the Treasury, Housing and Home Finance gency, General Services Idministration, and ile annual report to the President and to ConKress by the Small Buniness Administration of progress in liquidating the assets and winding up the atfairs of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation as required by section 106(b) of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation Liquidation Act (67 Stat. 231; 15 U.S.C. 609, note), by Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1957, and by Public Law 87- 71 Stat. 647. 303, section 5(a) (75 Stat. 666; 15 U.S.C. 639(a)).

15 USC 601 note.

REPORTS UNDER TIIE DEPARTMEXT OF AGRICULTURE

(4) The annual report to Congress of activities relating to the Puerto Rico hurricane relief loans (45 Stat. 1067; 70 Stat. 525).

(5) The report of the estimates oi national farm housing needs sind of progress made toward meeting such needs (63 Stat. 435; 42 U.S.C. 1476(b)).

75 Stat. 108.

REPORTS UNDER THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

(6) The quarterly report of contracts entered into, proposed contracts, and general progress with respect to aviation war risk insurance activities (72 Stat. 805; 49 U.S.C. 1539).

(7) The quarterly report of contracts entered into, proposed coniracts, and general progress with respect to war risk irsi.mance activ. ities under the Merchant Marine Act, 1930 (vt Stai.lt iŐ U.S.C. 1291).

(8) The annual report of the names of contractors and subcontractors for scientific equipment used for communication and navigation and of the names of persons intering i.cü Compacts or other arrangements by the terms of which iie Timid States undertakes to pay only for national-defense features, to her wit... üpplicablo contracts and amounts (49 Stat. 19,5; 46 U.S.O. 1150

(9) The annual report covering such case find the was therefor in which an exception is made to the prohibition against pamant of an operating-rii Terential subsidy for the operation of a vere beyond iis cconomic lino (49 Stat. 2003; 46 U.S.C. 1175(b)).

52 Stat. 550.

66 Stat. 764.

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70A Stat. 452.

36 USC 1058.

72 Stat. 1442; 76 Stat, 508.

REPORTS UNDER TUIE. D)... RTMENT OF DEFENSE (10) The annual report to Criss by the Secretary of the liri of id vessels used for expertische purposes which have been strickei. fro.ilor Varud Vessel Rirsinier (in T.S.C. 7:06(b)).

lin, Tie requirvinent is an idir Secretary of the Sary shall communicate to Congress all or a portion of the anal report submitteviin the Secretary by the Vival Sea Chalet Cors with respect to iipor ceedings ind iwiivities (76 Stat. 5:31).

(12) The requirement that the Secretary of Defense or this sit tary of the Treasury, as the case may be, shall report to tie ti. miiiees on Armed Services of the Senate ani Ilouse of Represa... the details of the proposed participation by members of the me Forres imdor his jurisiliction in international amateur sports com: 4•. rition (10 U.S.C.117()).

REPORTS UXDER TUIE DETAITMEXT OF THE IXTERIOR (13) The annual report to the appropriate committees of Congreina on the use of the separato fund created for the promotion of the free flow of domestically produced fishery products (65 Stat. 370: 103 C.S.C.71:30-3(f)).

(14) The annual report to the Congressiving deailed infor... tion with respect to the establishment of fisdi estoration in ment projects and expenditures therefor (64 Stat. 431; lui ...cit;).

REPORTS UNDER THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (15) The annual report of the Secretary of Labor to Congress of the administration of the Longsloremen's and Harino Workers Co. pensation Act including a retailed statement of receipts and experidi. fures from the funds established by the Act (44 Stat. 444; 3: U.S.C. 943).

(16) The annual report to Congress by the Secretary of Labor of the work of the Bureau of Envoyees Compensation including a detailed statement of appropriations and expenditures and a detailed statement showing receipts of and expenditures from the employees' compensation fund (39 Stat. 749; 5 | .S.C.784).

REPORTS UNDER THE POST OFFICE DEPARTMEXT (17) The inclusion in the annual report of operations of the postal ravings system of the names of post offices receiving deposits, the number of depositors in each and the amount on deposit (39 U.S.C. 0205).

(18) The inclusion in the annual report to the President by the Prato master General of activities with respect to the Postal Modernization Fund (339 U.S.C. 2332).

44 Stat. 1444.,

74 Stat. 682.

REPORTS UNDER THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE (19) L. report to the Congress by the President with respect to operations under the Lend-Lease Aci (55 Stat. 32; 22 U.S.C.4141b)).

(20) The report to the Congress by the President not less than Vive each year on the activities of the International Atomic Energy tency and on the participation of the United States therein (ii Siai. 453:22 U.S.C. 20:22).

(21) The annual report to Congress by the National Commission on Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Cooperation and the Sec. re ry of State of the rereipts and expenditures of funds and bequests 7. STAT. 1312 aceived and disbursed in cometa vihue Liniai Vacions Elvania 1onal, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (iz Sini. 273; 1.2 1.... 273).

(22) The annual report by the secretary of State to the Co. and to the President on the condition of the Foreign Service Retire11nt and Disability Fund and of estimates of appropriations necessary to continue the system in effect (vio Stat. 1024; 22 U.S.C. 1102).

REPORT UNDER THE DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY

74 Stat. 5). Reportini; requini?.: , modification.

70A Stat. 490.

(23) The annual report to Congress by the Secretary of the Treasw on the financial condition of the Posial Modernization Fund

7.S.C. 22:34). SEX. 2. The following reporting requirements, which relate to the subinission of certain reports to Congress or other Government author: iry, itre lıereby modified as follows:

(1) From quarterly to annual submission to Congress by the Secretry of Commerce of a report with respect to all activities or transactions under tho Merchant Ship Sales Act of 1910 (60 Stat. 50; 50 U.S.C. App. 1746).

(2) Beginning January 1, 1967, from semiannual to annual submission to the President iind to Congress by the Secretary of Commerce of a report with respect to activities under the International Travel Act of 1961 (75 Stat. 130; 22 U.S.C. 2125).

(3) From quarterly to annual submission to Congress by the Secretary of the Air Force of a report of the number of oflicers in the executive part of the Department of the Sir Force and the justification therefor (10 U.S.C. 8031(c)).

(4) From quarterly to semiannual subinission to the Senate and the House of Representatives by the Secretary of IIealth, Education, and Welfare of a report with respect to personal property donations to State surplus property agencies and real property disposals to public health and educational institutions (66 Stat. 593; 40 U.S.C. 451(0)).

(5) From semiannual submission through the President to annual submission to Congress by the Scretary of the Interior of a report of the operations of programs to stimulate exploration for minerals within the United States, its territories and possessions together with recommendations regarding the need for such programs (72 Stat. 701; 30 U.S.C. 645).

(6) Beginning January 1, 1967, from semiannual to annual submission to the Congress by the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission of the United States of a report concerning its operations under the War Claims Act of 1948 (02 Stat. 12-16; 50 U.S.C. App. 2008).

(7) From semiannual to annual subenission to the Congress by the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission of the United States of a report concerning its operations under the International Claims Settlement Act of 1949 (64 Stat. 13; 22 U.S.C. 1622(c)).

(8) From semiannual to annual submission to the Congress by the President of a report of each transaction entered into by any agency of the United States Government pursuant to section 32 or 303 of ihe Defense Production Act of 1950, as amended, togeiner with the bilsis for determining the probabic ultimate net cost to the United States thereunder (61 Stat. 789; 74 Stat. 202; 50 U.S.C. App. 2094 (b)).

(9) From semiannual to annual submission to the Congress by the Export-Import Bank of Washington of a report concerning its operations under the Export-Import Bank Act of 1945 (59 Stat. 52); 12 C.S.C. 6358).

69 Stat. 64, 430.

65 Stat. 134.

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(10) Kytary to annual suosina iüice Congreis by in Attorney General oi a report concerning til vivantary aneements

and programs plus imit to section jus(e) nithe Defensi Production 75 St-u. 667. Act of 1950 (Cİ Sitt is, as amencieu: 60 C.S.C..192.21958).

(11) From quarterly io annual submission to the Congress by the Chairman of the United static Civil Service Commission of a nport

pursuant to section 710(1)(7) of the Defen. Pruction Ici oi 69 Stat. 583. 1950 (6+ Stat. $13, as amended: 50 C.S.C.:10.). -100).

Approved November 8, 1965.

LEGISLATIVE HISTORY:

HOUSE REPORT No. 1169 (Comme on Coverrzent Operations).
SENA TË REPORT No. 545 (Comm. on Government Operations).
CONGRESSIONAL RECORO, Vol. 111 (1965):

Aug. 12: Considered and passed Senate.
Oct. 18: Considered and passed riouse, amended.
Oot. 21: Senate concurred in house amendments.

IX. PRESIDENTIAL TRANSITION ACT

(78 Stat. 153)

This act was the result of the enactment of H.R. 4638, 88th Congress. It was approved on March 7, 1964, as Public Law 277, 88th Congress. The text of the act appears in volume 78, Statutes at Large, pages 153–156. Its provisions are codified as 3 U.S.C. 102 note.

A. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY OF PUBLIC LAW 277, 88TH CONGRESS

1. CONGRESSIONAL RECORD REFERENCES TO DEBATES, ETC.

(Page citations are to vol. 109, Congressional Record) H.R. 4638: Mr. Fascell; March 7, 1963 (Government Operations). Reported in House with amendment May 15, 1963 (H. Rept. 301), 8623. Made special order July 25, 1963 (H. Res. 454), 13338, 13341. Debated, amended, and passed House July 25, 1963, 13346. Referred to Senate Committee on Government Operations, July 29, 1963, 13503. Reported in Senate August 23, 1963 (S. Rept. 448), 15704. Amended and passed Senate October 17, 1963, 19737. House disagreed to Senate amendments and asked for conference October 31, 1963, 20732. Con ferees appointed October 31, 1963, 20732.

(Page citations are to vol. 110, Congressional Record) Senate insisted on its amendments and agreed to a conference February 2, 1964, 2129. Conferees appointed February 2, 1964, 2129. Change of conferees in House, February 19, 1964, 3170. Conference report submitted in House and agreed to February 25, 1964 (H. Rept. 1148), 3539. Conference report submitted in Senate and agreed to February 24, 1964, 3396. Examined and signed February 26, 1964, 3677, 3679. Presented to the President February 27, 1964, 3942. Approved March 7, 1964 (Public Law 277), 4681.

2. SERIAL NUMBERS TO BOUND VOLUMES OF CONGRESSIONAL REPORTS

RELATING TO PUBLIC LAW 277, 88TH CONGRESS

House Report 301, 88th Congress, 12541.
Senate Report 448, 88th Congress, 12534.
House Report 1148 (conference), 88th Congress, 12619-12621.

3. CONGRESSIONAL HEARINGS RELATING TO PUBLIC LAW 277,

88TH CONGRESS

House Committee on Government Operations, 88th Congress, on H.R. 4638: The Presidential Transition Act of 1963, April 24, 1963.

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