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charge of the appropriate United States mission.
(d) Alternate provision. Travel expenses and per diem in accordance with the provisions of the Standardized Government Travel Regulations, when specifically authorized, in lieu of the provisions of paragraph (a), (b), and (c) of this section.
(e) Allowances. (1) Monthly allowances in lieu of subsistence at the rate of $7.00 per diem while on a duty assignment.
(2) Such compensation or other allowances as may be specifically authorized.
(f) Tuition. Tuition and related fees for courses of advanced or specialized study at an institution of learning in connection with the purpose for which the grant has been awarded, when authorized. Payment of such tuition and fees will be made by the Department on behalf of the grantee direct to the institution concerned upon presentation of an itemized voucher countersigned by the grantee.
(g) Advances of funds. Advances of per diem and allowances for periods not in excess of 30 days.
§ 28.4 Travel grants to foreign students. A citizen of a foreign country who has been awarded a travel grant as a student shall be entitled to:
(a) Transportation expenses. Firstclass accommodations on steamship, airplane, railway, or other means of conveyance.
(b) Per diem in lieu of subsistence. (1) Per diem of $7.00, in lieu of subsistence and all incidental expenses, including gratuitous fees, et cetera, while traveling to and from the United States except for the period spent on sea-going vessels, while on authorized or emergency stop-overs, and while in a travel status within the United States, which status shall terminate on the day he arrives at the city or other place where he is to study or receive training and shall recommence on the day he leaves that place, or other place to which he has been authorized to go, to return to his home.
(2) Per diem of $3.50, unless another rate not to exceed $7.00 is authorized, in lieu of subsistence and all incidental expenses including gratuitous fees, and the cost of steamer chairs, rugs and
cushions, et cetera, while traveling on sea-going vessels outside the continental limits of the United States.
(c) Baggage charges. Reimbursement, upon presentation of receipts, of shipping charges for baggage, as follows:
(1) If travel is performed by air, for excess baggage not to exceed 50 pounds in weight, when shipped as excess baggage or by air express.
(2) If travel is performed by means other than air, for a total of 250 pounds in weight, inclusive of all available free allowances.
(3) Under either (1) or (2) above, for additional baggage necessary to the purpose of the trip when authorized either by the Department or by the officer in charge of the appropriate United States mission.
(d) Alternate provision. Travel expenses and per diem in accordance with the provisions of the Standardized Government Travel Regulations, when specifically authorized, in lieu of the provisions of paragraphs (a), (b), and (c) of this section.
(e) Allowances. An allowance of $25.00 for the first month or fraction thereof while engaged in traveling from his home to the United States, commencing on the day of departure, in addition to all other allowances.
(f) Advances of funds. Advances of allowances as provided in paragraph (e) of this section in full, and of per diem in lieu of subsistence for not to exceed the time estimated as necessary to complete the authorized travel in one direction.
§ 28.5 Maintenance grants to foreign students. A citizen of a foreign country who has been awarded a maintenance grant as a student shall be entitled to an allowance subject to the following provisions:
(a) Amount. Not to exceed $150 per month.
(b) Duration. Not to exceed 12 months of actual study and training, but to be renewable.
(c) Other terms. The amount, duration, and other terms of the grant, which may provide for the payment of monthly installments in advance, shall be fixed in each individual case. The first installment under the grant will become payable as of the date the student registers in an institution of learning or otherwise
actually starts his program of study, research, or training, or the date established to the satisfaction of the Department as that on which the student was prepared to begin his program. This grant may be subject to cancelation if the recipient does not maintain a satisfactory record of performance or otherwise demonstrates his unsuitability to receive assistance.
$ 28.6 Other assistance to foreign students. A foreign student obliged to remain in the United States because of emergency conditions and unable to secure adequate financial assistance from other sources, or a student brought to the United States for a special course of training, shall be entitled to any or all of the following items when authorized, subject to cancelation if the recipient does not maintain a satisfactory record of performance or otherwise demonstrates his unsuitability to receive assistance.
(a) Maintenance allowance. A maintenance allowance similar to that provided in $ 28.5, except that it may be continued in intervals between periods of study or training.
(b) Books and equipment allowance. An allowance for books and equipment and incidental expenses not to exceed $150 per year.
(c) Tuition. Tuition and related fees, when not available from other sources. Payment of such tuition and fees will be made by the Department on behalf of the grantee direct to the institution concerned upon presentation of an itemized voucher countersigned by the grantee.
(d) Travel. Transportation expenses from one place of study or training to another or for travel in furtherance of his study and training, not exceeding the cost of minimum first-class transportation on a common carrier. For this purpose the student may either be provided with such accommodations or be allowed actual travel expenses, in which case an advance of travel funds may be made.
28.7 Grants to foreign students un. der international agreement. A foreign student sent to the United States under the provisions of an international agreement such as the Convention for the Promotion of Inter-American Cultural Relations shall, subject to such agreement, be entitled to:
(a) Allowances and tuition. Allowances for maintenance, books, equipment, and incidental expenses, and payment of tuition and related fees as provided in $ 28.6 (a), (b), and (c).
(b) Tutoring assistance. Special tutoring assistance when authorized.
(c) Travel. Transportation expenses as provided in § 28.6 (d) when requested by the Department to perform travel within the United States in excess of that financed by the student's government in accordance with the terms of the international agreement.
§ 28.8 Allowances to United States Government employee leaders. An employee of the United States Government who has been appointed or assigned for service abroad as a leader shall be entitled to any or all of the following items when authorized:
(a) Transportation expenses. Transportation and miscellaneous expenses in the United States and abroad, including baggage charges, and per diem in lieu of subsistence at the maximum rates allowable while in a travel status, in accordance with the provisions of the Standardized Government Travel Regulations and the Subsistence Expense Act of 1926 as amended, except that where such payments are made from funds whose expenditure is exempted from compliance with the said travel regulations and Subsistence Expense Act by the provisions of the applicable appropriation act or Presidential letter of allocation, the traveler shall be reimbursed for his travel expenses as provided in his trayel order. The traveler shall be considered as remaining in travel status during the entire period covered by his order unless otherwise specified.
(b) Advances of funds. Advances of per diem as provided in regulations prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury pursuant to the Subsistence Expense Act of 1926.
(c) Compensation. Compensation in accordance with Civil Service rules or in accordance with the grade in which the position occupied may be administratively classified.
CROSS REFERENCE: For regulations of the Civil Service Commission, see Title 5.
(d) Allowances for cost of living and living quarters, et cetera. Allowances for living quarters, heat, fuel, and light, and to compensate for the increased cost of living, in accordance with the currently applicable provisions of Budget Circular A-8, as amended, concerning “various allowances payable to federal officers and employees stationed in foreign countries, et cetera”, when assigned to a temporary or permanent post of duty abroad and not in a travel status as used in paragraph (a) of this section.
(e) Books and equipment. The cost of books, teaching materials, laboratory equipment, et cetera, in an amount to be authorized in each case. Such materials and equipment, unless otherwise ordered, shall be selected by the traveler and purchased and shipped by the Department, and at the conclusion of the mission shall be transferred to and become the property of an appropriate local institution, or be otherwise disposed of, as directed by the Department.
(f) Stenographic and other services. The cost of stenographic and other services when authorized as provided for in the Standardized Government Travel Regulations or by contract entered into by the Department at the request of the traveler. The contracting officer of the appropriate diplomatic or consular office is authorized to enter into such contracts on behalf of the Department.
(g) Families and effects. Cost of transportation of immediate family and household goods and effects when going to and returning from posts of assignment in foreign countries in accordance with the provisions of the Foreign Service Regulations of the United States of America.
Cross REFERENCE: For Foreign Service Regulations, see Subchapter B of this chapter.
$ 28.9 Grants to United States leaders. A citizen of the United States who has been awarded a grant as a leader may be entitled to any or all of the following when authorized:
(a) Transportation expenses. Transportation expenses and per diem as provided in § 28.8 (a).
(b) Advances of funds. Advances of funds as provided in $ 28.8 (b).
(c) Compensation. Compensation at a rate to be fixed in each case by the Department of State.
(d) Allowances for cost of living and living quarters, et cetera. Allowances for living quarters, heat, fuel, and light, and to compensate for the increased cost of living, corresponding as nearly as may be practicable to the allowances provided for in $ 28.8 (d).
(e) Books and equipment. The cost of books, teaching materials, laboratory equipment, et cetera, as provided in $ 28.8 (e).
(f) Stenographic and other services. The cost of stenographic and other seryices as provided in § 28.8 (f).
§ 28.10 Grants to United States students.
NOTE: Grants to United States citizens for the purpose of enabling them to study abroad shall be made subject to such regulations as may be prescribed hereafter at the time when the making of such grants, discontinued at present owing to the war, is resumed.
$ 28.11 Additional provisions. The following additional provisions shall apply to the foregoing regulations:
(a) Maxima not controlling. Payments and allowances shall be made at the rate or in the amount provided in the regulations in this part unless otherwise ordered, but any individual grant or travel order may specify that less than the maximum will be allowed under any part of the regulations in this part.
(b) Individual authorization. Where the regulations in this part provide for compensation, allowance, or other payment when authorized, no payment shall be made therefor unless a definite amount or basis of payment is authorized in the individual case, or is approved as provided in paragraph (d) of this section.
(c) Computation of per diem and allowances. In computing per diem, and allowances payable while on a duty assignment, except for travel performed under the Standardized Government Travel Regulations, fractional days shall be counted as full days, the status at the end of the calendar day determining the status for that entire day.
(d) Subsequent approval. Whenever without prior authority expense has been incurred by a participant, or an individual has commenced his participation in the program as contemplated by the regulations in this part, the voucher for payments in connection therewith may be approved by an official designated for this purpose, such approval constituting the authority for such participation or the incurring of such expense.
(e) Additional authorization. Any emergency, unusual, or additional payment deemed necessary under the program, if allowable under existing authority, may be authorized whether or not specifically provided for by the regulations in this part.
$ 28.12 Previous regulations superseded. The regulations in this part supersede those prescribed in Departmental Order 1157 of April 1, 1943, as amended and extended, and all other regulations and instructions inconsistent herewith: Provided, That grants, travel orders, and other authorizations which are outstanding and in effect on the date the present regulations become effective and which do not conform hereto shall nevertheless remain in effect and be governed by the regulations under which they were originally issued, unless such grants, orders, or authorizations are specifically amended and made subject to the present regulations, in which case the individual concerned will be notified.
PART 58 CONTROL OF PERSONS
ENTERING AND LEAVING THE UNITED STATES PURSUANT TO THE ACT OF MAY 22, 1918, AS AMENDED
AMERICAN CITIZENS AND NATIONALS Sec. 58.3 Exceptions to regulations in 8$ 58.1
58.2. (Amended) $ 58.3 Exceptions to regulations in 88 58.1–58.2.
(d) When traveling between points in the Virgin Islands of the United States and points in the British Virgin Islands, the British islands of Anguilla, St. Kitts, and Nevis; the French island of St. Bartholemew and the French portion of the island of St. Martin; the Netherlands islands of St. Eustatius and Saba, or the Netherlands portion of the island of St. Martin: Provided, That this exception shall not be applicable to any such person who is not a resident of one of the aforesaid islands or who, if such a resident, is traveling to or arriving from a place outside of the Virgin Islands of the United States for which a valid passport is required under these rules and regulations; or (Paragraph (d) amended by Departmental Reg. 4, Nov. 30, 1944, 9 F.R. 14419]
Subchapter B–The Foreign Service
PART 101-FOREIGN SERVICE
PERSONNEL Sec. 101.3 Appointments of officers and
ployees in the Foreign Service.
(Amended) 101.5 Foreign
Service Officers' Training School. (Amended] § 101.3 Appointments of officers and employees in the Foreign Service. *
(b) Foreign Service officers.
(1) Examinations for the Foreign Service. Examinations for the Foreign Service shall be given in accordance with rules and regulations prescribed by a Board of Examiners, which is hereby established and which shall be composed of three Assistant Secretaries of State designated by the Secretary of State, an officer of the Department of Commerce designated by the Secretary of Commerce and acceptable to the Secretary of State, an officer of the Department of Agriculture designated by the Secretary
of Agriculture and acceptable to the Secretary of State, the Director of the Office of Foreign Service, Department of State, the Chief of the Division of Foreign Service Personnel, Department of State, and the Chief Examiner of the Civil Service Commission. Any member of the Board of Examiners may, when he deems it necessary, designate another officer of his department acceptable to the Secretary of State to serve for him on the Board [Subparagraph (1) amended by E.O. 9450, June 20, 1944, 9 F.R. 6905; Title 3, supra.
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by order of the President, or by administrative regulation of the Secretary of State.
Board of Foreign Service Personnel, the Director of the Office of Foreign Service, the Chief of the Division of Foreign Service Personnel, and the Director of the School. All decisions of the School Board shall be subject to the approval of the Secretary of State. [Paragraph (a) amended by E.O. 9450, June 20, 1944, 9 F.R. 6905; Title 3, supra)
COLLECTIONS Sec. 105.15 Tariff of United States Foreign Serv
ice fees. (Amended] § 105.15 Tarif of United States Foreign Service fees.
CODIFICATION: Executive Order 9507, Dec. 20, 1944, 9 F.R. 14875; Title 3, supra, amended the table in § 105.15 by revoking the following described parts thereof:
1. Under Item No. 6, the seventh heading which reads "Issuance of Chinese certificate
$10.00". 2. Under Item No. 6, the eighth heading which reads "The taking of an application for, and issuance of, a travel certificate for use in China
$1.00". 3. The words "including a Chinese certificate" in the third heading under Item No. 7.
4. Item No. 40.
PART 104-ADMINISTRATION Sec. 104.9 Place of residence of diplomatic and
consular officers. (Revised] 104.10 Office hours and official hours of duty.
(Revised) AUTHORITY: $ $ 104.9 and 104.10 issued under R.S. 1752; 22 U.S.C. 132.
SOURCE: 8 & 104.9 and 104.10 contained in Executive Order 9431, Mar. 20, 1944, 9 F.R. 3139: Title 3. supra.
$ 104.9 Place of residence of diplomatic and consular officers. Diplomatic and consular officers shall conform with such regulations as may be prescribed by the Secretary of State regarding their place of residence during periods of assignment to Foreign Service posts.
$ 104.10 Office hours and official hours of duty-(a) Office hours. Foreign Service offices shall be kept open for the convenience of the public during such hours and on such days as may be prescribed by the Secretary of State in accordance with acts of Congress, and Executive orders, regulations, and policies of the President; provided that the offices may be closed for the transaction of routine business on holidays of outstanding importance in their particular localities.
(b) Official hours of duty. Officers and employees of the Foreign Service shall observe such official hours of duty as may be prescribed by act of Congress,
PART 122-VISAS FOR ALIENS Sec. 122.2 Duties of officers of the Foreign Service
in connection with the admission of
Chinese. (Revoked) 122.4 Duties of officers of the Foreign Serv
ice in connection with admission of aliens into the Philippine Islands.
(Revoked] $ 122.2 Duties of officers of the Foreign Service in connection with the admission of Chinese. (Revoked]
CODIFICATION: $ $ 122.2 and 122.4 were revoked by Executive Order 9507, Dec. 20, 1944, 9 F.R. 14875; Title 3, supra.
$ 122.4 Duties of officers of the Foreign Service in connection with admission of aliens into the Philippine Islands. [Revoked, see codification note to $ 122.2]