2 U.S. Code Chapter 28 - ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL
1831. Human resources program. 1832. Assignment and reassignment of personnel. 1833. Lighting, heating, and ventilating House of Representatives. 1834. Heating and ventilating Senate wing.
1841. Single per annum gross rates of pay. 1842. Conversion of existing pay rates. 1843. Obsolete references. 1844. Savings provisions. 1845. Effect on existing law. 1846. Exemptions. 1847. Authorization to fix basic rate of compensation for certain positions. 1848. Compensation of certain positions in Office of Architect of the Capitol. 1849. Compensation of certain positions under jurisdiction of Architect of the Capitol. 1850. Compensation of registered nurses. 1851. Gratuities for survivors of deceased employees. 1852. Withholding and remittance of State income tax. SUBCHAPTER IV—APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES 1861. Appropriations under control of Architect of the Capitol. 1862. Transfer of funds. 1862a. Use of construction project funds to reimburse Capitol Police for related overtime costs. 1863. Funds out of Contingent Expenses, Architect of the Capitol Appropriation. 1864. Funds out of Capitol Buildings, Architect of the Capitol Appropriation. 1865. Capitol Police Buildings and Grounds Account. 1866. Certification of vouchers. 1867. Advancement and reimbursement of expenses for flying American flags and providing certification services therefor. 1868. Semiannual compilation and report of expenditures. 1869. Advance payments. 1870. House Historic Buildings Revitalization Trust Fund. 1871. Expired appropriations available for deposit into Employees’ Compensation Fund.
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