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16. Regional Rail Reorganization...

TITLE 45.-RAILROADS

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SECTIONS REFERRED TO IN OTHER SECTIONS

These sections are referred to in title 49 section 1655. § 22. Inspection of locomotives and appurtenances; definitions.

REORGANIZATION PLAN NO. 3 OF 1965

Eff. July 27, 1965, 30 F.R. 9351, 79 Stat. 1320 Prepared by the President and transmitted to the Senate and the House of Representatives in Congress assembled, May 27, 1965, pursuant to the provisions of the Reorganization Act of 1949, 63 Stat. 203, as amended [see section 901 et seq. of Title 5, Government Organization and Employees].

LOCOMOTIVE INSPECTION

Section 1. Transfer of functions to Interstate Commerce Commission. Except to the extent inconsistent with the provisions of section 2(b) hereof, all functions now vested in the director of locomotive inspection, assistant directors of locomotive inspection, and district inspectors of locomotives, including the functions so vested by the Act of February 17, 1911, ch. 103, 36 Stat. 913, as amended (45 U.S.C. 22-29; 30–34), and by section 2 of the Act of March 4, 1915, ch. 169, 38 Stat. 1192, as amended (45 U.S.C. 30), are hereby transferred to the Interstate Commerce Commission.

Sec. 2. Abolitions. (a) All offices of director of locomotive inspection, assistant director of locomotive inspection, and district inspector of locomotives, provided for in the Acts referred to above (45 U.S.C. 22-34) are hereby abolished. The Interstate Commerce Commission shall make such provisions as it deems to be necessary respecting the winding up of any outstanding affairs of the officers whose offices are abolished by the provisions of this reorganization plan.

(b) The functions with respect to dividing the territory comprising the several States and the District of Columbia into fifty locomotive boiler-inspection districts, vested in the director of locomotive inspection by section 4 of the above-mentioned Act of February 17, 1911 (45 U.S.C. 26), are hereby abolished.

Sec. 3. Performance of functions. The Interstate Commerce Commission may from time to time make such

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provisions as it shall deem appropriate authorizing the performance by any officer, employee, or organizational entity under the Commission of any function transferred to the Commission by the provisions of section 1 of this reorganization plan, but the Commission may not make any such provision which is in conflict with section 17(2) of the Interstate Commerce Act [section 17(2) of Title 49, Transportation].

Sec. 4. Records, property and funds. (a) Consonant with section 4 of the Reorganization Act of 1949, as amended and this reorganization plan, the Interstate Commerce Commission shall make such provisions as it shall deem necessary respecting the transfer or other disposition of the records and property which are affected by a reorganization contained in the reorganization plan.

(b) Unexpended balances of appropriations, allocations, and other funds, available or to be made available for the Interstate Commerce Commission for expenses necessary to carry out locomotive inspection activities, shall continue to be available therefor under this reorganization plan.

(c) Such further measures and dispositions as the Director of the Bureau of the Budget shall deem to be necessary in order to effectuate the foregoing provisions of this section shall be carried out in such manner as he shall direct and by such agencies as he shall designate.

Sec. 5. Personnel. (a) The Interstate Commerce Commission may employ and compensate such personnel as may be necessary to carry out the functions transferred to the Commission by this reorganization plan under the classified civil service and pursuant to the Classification Act of 1949, as amended [chapter 51 of Title 5].

(b) The Interstate Commerce Commission shall appoint to a position under the classified civil service, without change in grade or salary, each person who immediately prior to the taking effect of this reorganization plan held the office of district inspector of locomotives. Such appointments shall be deemed to be made without any break in the service of any individual concerned and the provisions of this reorganization plan shall not be deemed to effect an involuntary separation of any district inspector of locomotives for the purposes of section 6(d) of the Civil Service Retirement Act (5 U.S.C. 2256(d) [see section 5101 et seq. of Title 5]) or for the purposes of any other provision of law.

MESSAGE OF THE PRESIDENT To the Congress of the United States:

I transmit herewith Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1965, prepared in accordance with the Reorganization Act of 1949, as amended, and providing for reorganization of the locomotive inspection activities of certain personnel employed by or attached to the Interstate Commerce Commission.

I have stressed that we must reorganize and modernize the Government's organization structure in order to focus responsibilities, increase efficiency, and meet present-day needs more effectively. The reorganization plan, which accords with recommendations made to me by the Interstate Commerce Commission, supports these objectives. It will make possible necessary changes in the organization and administration of the Commission's railroad safety operations.

The Commission's ability to organize and carry out most effectively its responsibilities for railroad safety is now severely limited by certain anachronistic provisions of the locomotive inspection statutes. These provisions go back to an earlier period before steam locomotives were replaced almost completely by diesel engines. At that time locomotive boilers were temperamental and dangerous and special measures were required to enforce adequate safety standards. Present law specifies in detail the method of

appointing locomotive inspectors, the functions to be performed by them, and the organization structure for administering inspection activities. While these provisions may have been suited to conditions 50 years ago, they are clearly inappropriate today.

Progress in railroad technology has not eliminated the need for locomotive inspection. Locomotive inspection is still essential for the safety of employees, passengers, and cargo. The Interstate Commerce Commission, however, properly should not be held to account for the performance of this important function as long as it lacks authority to make those changes in organization and operations which it deems necessary to meet current safety needs and to promote maximum economy and efficiency. The primary purpose of the accompanying reorganization plan is to terminate outdated arrangements which now stand in the way of the most effective management of the Commission's railroad safety program.

Organizational flexibility is at present restricted by the statutory requirement that there be 50 locomotive inspection districts and at least 1 inspector for each such district. The number of inspectors and districts cannot be adjusted to accommodate to changes in workload or other relevant factors.

Locomotive inspection is rigidly separated from related railroad safety activities performed under the Interstate Commerce Commission. The locomotive inspection statutes restrict inspectors of locomotives to the inspection of locomotives only and prevent the inspection of locomotives (except brakes and safety appliances) by other Commission railroad safety personnel. Thus, the Commission is prevented from making the most effective utilization of its total staff of locomotive and train inspectors. In order to eliminate the present uneconomical duplicate visits to railroad yards and otherwise to promote the most economical and effective administration of its railroad safety responsibilities, the Commission should have the authority to assign staff to duties for which they may be qualified by training and experience. The reorganization plan will make this possible.

Organizational flexibility is hampered further by the provision for Presidential appointment and Senate confirmation of a director and two assistant directors of locomotive inspection. Originally, these officials were to be selected with reference to their practical knowledge of the construction and repair of boilers. Later amendments broadened their responsibilities to embrace all parts of the locomotive and tender. These clearly are not policymaking positions, warranting Presidential appointment. As is now the case with other comparable positions where appointments should be based primarily on professional and technical qualifications, personnel supervising locomotive inspection functions should be appointed under the classified civil service.

By eliminating the present cumbersome restrictions on inspection districts, the duties of locomotive inspectors, and the appointment of the director and assistant directors of locomotive inspection, the plan will make it possible for the Commission to utilize its personnel more efficiently, integrate the work performed by locomotive inspectors with that performed by other Commission railroad safety inspectors, and take full advantage of recent improvements in the organization of the Commission's central office and field activities.

Upon the taking effect of the reorganization plan

1. All functions of the director of locomotive inspection, the assistant directors of locomotive inspection, and district locomotive inspectors will be transferred to the Interstate Commerce Commission. Suitable powers of delegation with respect to the functions so transferred will be conferred upon the Commission.

2. The position of director of locomotive inspection, the two positions of assistant director of locomotive inspection, and all positions of district locomotive inspector will be abolished. The Commission will be required to appoint to a position under the classified civil service, as provided in the reorganization plan, each person who immediately prior to the taking effect of the plan held the office of district inspector of locomotives; such appointments will be deemed to be made without any break in service.

3. The function of dividing the territory comprising the several States and the District of Columbia into 50 locomotive-boiler-inspection districts will be abolished.

After investigation, I have found and hereby declare that each reorganization included in the reorganization plan transmitted herewith is necessary to accomplish one or more of the purposes set forth in section 2(a) of the Reorganization Act of 1949, as amended. I have also found and hereby declare that, by reason of the reorganizations made by the reorganization plan, it is necessary to include in the plan the provisions contained in section 5 thereof. The rates of compensation thereunder are those which I have found to prevail in respect of comparable positions in the executive branch of the Government.

The statutory authority for the exercise of the functions to be abolished by section 2(b) of the reorganization plan is contained in section 4 of the act of February 17, 1911 (ch. 103, 36 Stat. 914, as amended).

The reorganizations provided for in the reorganization plan will produce some immediate savings and significant long-range economies. The latter will result from future improvements in the organization and administration of the affected functions made possible by the plan. Since the plan will open the way for the more effective utilization of safety inspection staffs of the Interstate Commerce Commission, it will yield a significantly increased measure of safety inspection activity for each dollar spent for this purpose. It is, however, impracticable to specify or itemize at this time the reductions of expenditures which it is probable will be brought about by the taking effect of the reorganizations included in the reorganization plan.

Under the accompanying reorganization plan, all essential Government railroad safety services to the traveling public and employees will continue to be performed. The plan provides urgently needed modernization of the organization and procedures in the Interstate Commerce Commission's railroad safety program. I recommend that the Congress allow the reorganization plan to become effective.

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Pub. L. 91-524, title VIII, § 809, as added Pub. L. 93-86, § 1(27) (B), Aug. 10, 1973, 87 Stat. 237, provided that: "(a) The Secretary of Agriculture is authorized and directed to carry out a comprehensive study and investigation to determine the reasons for the extensive loss of livestock sustained each year, through injury and disease, while such livestock is being transported in interstate commerce for commercial purposes. The Secretary is also authorized and directed to conduct, in connection with such study and investigation, an intensive research program for the purpose of developing measures that can be taken to reduce materially the number of animals lost, through injury and disease during transportation for commercial purposes.

"(b) The Secretary of Agriculture shall submit to the Congress not more than four years after the date of enactment of this section [Aug. 10, 1973] a final report on the results of his study and investigation and research together with such recommendations for administrative and legislative action as he deems appropriate. He shall submit such interim reports to the Congress as he deems advisable, but at least one at the end of each twelve month period following the date of enactment of this section.

"(c) There is authorized to be appropriated such sums as may be necessary to carry out the provisions of this section, but not more than $500,000 in any fiscal year."

Chapter 8.-RAILWAY LABOR

CHAPTER REFERRED TO IN OTHER SECTIONS

This chapter is referred to in sections 228a, 771, 772, 774 of this title.

§ 153. National Railroad Adjustment Board.

SECTION REFERRED TO IN OTHER SECTIONS

This section is referred to in section 777 of this title.

Chapter 9.-RETIREMENT OF RAILROAD EMPLOYEES

SUBCHAPTER III.-RAILROAD RETIREMENT ACT OF 1937

Sec. 228s-3. Hospital insurance benefits for the disabled; certification as qualified individuals; applicability of other provisions [New].

SUBCHAPTER I.-RAILROAD RETIREMENT ACT OF 1934

SS 201 to 208. Omitted.

§ 209. Repealed. Pub. L. 89-554, § 8(a), Sept. 6, 1956, 80 Stat. 649.

SS 210 to 214. Omitted.

SUBCHAPTER II.-RAILROAD RETIREMENT ACT OF 1935

SS 215 to 228. Omitted.

SUBCHAPTER III.-RAILROAD RETIREMENT ACT OF 1937

SUBCHAPTER REFERRED TO IN OTHER SECTIONS This subchapter is referred to in sections 772, 775 of this title; title 42 sections 405, 415, 1395s, 1395v, 1395gg. § 228a. Definitions.

For the purposes of this subchapter

(h) (1) The term "compensation" means any form of money remuneration paid to an individual for services rendered as an employee to one or more employers, or as an employee representative, including remuneration paid for time lost as an employee, but remuneration paid for time lost shall be deemed earned in the month in which such time is lost. Such term does not include tips (except as provided under paragraph (2)), or the voluntary payment by an employer, without deduction from the remuneration of the employee, of any tax now or hereafter imposed with respect to the compensation of such employee. Such term does not include remuneration for service which is performed by a nonresident alien individual for the period he is temporarily present in the United States as a nonimmigrant under subparagraph (F) or (J) of section 1101 (a) (15) of Title

8 and which is performed to carry out the purpose specified in subparagraph (F) or (J), as the case may be. For the purposes of determining monthly compensation and years of service and for the purposes of sections 228b and 228e of this title, compensation earned in the service of a local lodge or division of a railway-labor-organization employer shall be disregarded with respect to any calendar month if the amount thereof is less than $3 and (i) such compensation is earned between Dec. 31, 1936, and Apr. 1, 1940, and taxes therein pursuant to section 262(a) and 263(a) of this title or sections 1500 and 1520 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1939 are not paid prior to July 1, 1940; or (ii) such compensation is earned after Mar. 31, 1940. A payment made by an employer to an individual through the employer's payroll shall be presumed, in the absence of evidence to the contrary, to be compensation for service rendered by such individual as an employee of the employer in the period with respect to which the payment is made. An employee shall be deemed to be paid, "for time lost" the amount he is paid by an employer with respect to an identifiable period of absence from the active service of the employer, including absence on account of personal injury, and the amount he is paid by the employer for loss of earnings resulting from his displacement to a less remunerative position or occupaton. If a payment is made by an employer with respect to a personal injury and includes pay for time lost, the total payment shall be deemed to be paid for time lost unless, at the time of payment, a part of such payment is specifically apportioned to factors other than time lost, in which event only such part of the payment as is not so apportioned shall be deemed to be paid for time lost. Compensation earned in any calendar month before 1947 shall be deemed paid in such month regardless of whether or when payment will have been in fact made, and compensation earned in any calendar year after 1946 but paid after the end of such calendar year shall be deemed to be compensation paid in the calendar year in which it will have been earned if it is so reported by the employer before February 1 of the next succeeding calendar year or, if the employee establishes, subject to the provisions of section 228h of this title, the period during which such compensation will have been earned. In determining the monthly compensation, the average monthly remuneration, and quarters of coverage of any employee, there shall be attributable as compensation paid to him in each calendar month before 1968 in which he is in military service creditable under section 228c-1 of this title the amount of $160 in addition to the compensation, if any, paid to him with respect to such month. In making such a determination there shall be attributable as compensation paid to him for each calendar month after 1967 in which he is in military service so creditable the amount of $260. Compensation for service as a delegate to a national or international convention of a railway labor organization defined as an "employer" in subsection (a) of this section shall be disregarded for purposes of determining eligibility for and the amount of benefits pursuant to this subchapter if the individual rendering such service has not previously rendered

service, other than as such a delegate, which may be included in his "years of service."

CODIFICATION

The opening line and subsec. (h) are set out in this supplement to correct translations appearing therein.

SECTION REFERRED TO IN OTHER SECTIONS

This section is referred to in title 26 section 3231.

§ 228b. Eligibility for annuities; time of accrual; spouse's annuity.

(a) The following-described individuals, if they shall have been employees on or after the enactment date, and shall have completed ten years of service, shall, subject to the conditions set forth in subsections (b)-(d) of this section, be eligible for annuities after they shall have ceased to render compensated service to any person, whether or not an employer as defined in section 228a (a) of this title (but with the right to engage in other employment to the extent not prohibited by subsection (d) of this section):

2. Individuals who will have attained the age of sixty and will have completed thirty years of service.

3. Individuals who will have attained the age of sixty-two and will have completed less than thirty years of service, but the annuity of such individuals shall be reduced by one one-hundred-and-eightieth for each calendar month that he or she is under age sixty-five when the annuity begins to accrue.

(e) The spouse of an individual, if—

(i) such individual has been awarded an annuity under subsection (a) of this section or a pension under section 228f of this title and has attained the age of 65, and

(ii) such spouse has attained the age of 65 or in the case of a wife, has in her care (individually or jointly with her husband) a child who meets the qualifications prescribed in section 228e(1) (1) of this title (without regard to the provisions of clause (ii) (B) thereof),

shall be entitled to a spouse's annuity equal to onehalf of such individual's annuity without regard to section 228c(a) (3), (4), (5), or (6) of this title or pension as in effect before 1970, but not more, with respect to any month, than 110 per centum of an amount equal to the maximum amount which could be paid to anyone, with respect to such month, as a wife's insurance benefit under section 402(b) of Title 42 as amended: Provided, however, That if the annuity of the individual is awarded under subdivision (3) of subsection (a) of this section, the spouse's annuity shall be computed or recomputed as though such individual had been awarded the annuity to which he would have been entitled under subdivision (1) of said subsection: Provided further, That, if the annuity of the individual is awarded pursuant to a joint and survivor election, the spouse's annuity shall be computed or recomputed as though such individual had not made a joint and survivor election: And provided further, That the spouse's annuity provided for herein and in subsection (h) of this section shall be computed without regard to the

reductions in the individual's annuity under the first two provisos in section 228c(a) (2) of this title.

The spouse's annuity computed under other provisions of this section shall (before any reduction on account of age) be increased by 15 per centum but not by more than $25. If the individual entitled to such annuity is also entitled to a benefit for the same month under title II of the Social Security Act, there shall be offset against the increase herein provided for any amount by which such individual's social security benefit was increased by the Social Security Amendments of 1969, but in no case shall such offset operate to reduce the increase below $5. The spouse's annuity computed under the other provisions of this section shall (before any reduction on account of age) be increased by 10 per centum. This paragraph shall be disregarded in the appliIcation of the preceding paragraph.

The spouse's annuity computed under the other provisions of this section shall (before any reduction on account of age) be increased by 20 per cenum. This paragraph shall be disregarded in the application of the preceding two paragraphs.

The spouse's annuity computed under the other provisions of this section shall (before any reduction on account of age) be increased in an amount determined by the method of computing increases set forth in subsection (a) (6) of section 228c of this title. The preceding sentence and the other provisions of this subsection shall not operate to increase the annuity of a spouse (before any reduction on account of age) to an amount in excess of the maximum amount of a spouse's annuity as provided in the first sentence of this subsection. This paragraph shall be disregarded in the application of the preceding three paragraphs.

(f) For the purposes of this subchapter, the term "spouse" shall mean the wife or husband of a retirement annuitant or pensioner who (i) was married to such annuitant or pensioner for a period of not less than one year immediately preceding the day on which the application for a spouse's annuity is filed or in the month prior to her or his marriage to such annuitant or pensioner was eligible for an annuity under subsection (a) or (d) of section 228e of this title or, on the basis of disability, under subsection (c) thereof, or is the parent of such annuitant's or pensioner's son or daughter, if, as of the day on which the application for a spouse's annuity is filed, such wife or husband and such annuitant or pensioner were members of the same household, or such wife or husband was receiving regular contributions from such annuitant or pensioner toward her or his support, or such annuitant or pensioner has been ordered by any court to contribute to the support of such wife or husband; and (ii) in the case of a husband, was receiving at least one-half of his support from his wife at the time his wife's retirement annuity or pension began.

(i) The spouse's annuity provided under subsections (e) and (h) of this section without regard to the last paragraph plus the three preceding paragraphs of such subsection (e) shall (before any reduction on account of age) be reduced in ac

cordance with the second proviso in section 228c (a) (2) of this title, except that, notwithstanding other provisions of this subsection, the spouse's annuity shall (before any reduction on account of age) not be less than one-half of the amount computed in section 228c(a)(1) of this title or in that part of section 228c (e) of this title preceding the first proviso, or of the pension increased by $5 or, if the spouse is entitled to benefits under title II of the Social Security Act, by the excess of $5 over 5.8 per centum of the lesser of (i) any benefit to which such spouse is entitled under title II of the Social Security Act, or (ii) the spouse's annuity to which such spouse would be entitled without regard to section 228c(a)(2) of this title and before any reduction on account of age, but in no case shall such an annuity (before any reduction on account of age) be more than the maximum amount of a spouse's annuity as provided in subsection (e) of this section.

(j) In cases where an annuity awarded under subsection (a) (3) or (h) of this section, or section 228e (a) of this title is increased either by a recomputation or a change in the law, the reduction for the increase in the annuity shall be determined separately and the period with respect to which the reduction applies shall be determined as if such increase were a separate annuity payable for and after the first month for which such increase is effective. (As amended July 2, 1971, Pub. L. 92-46, § 2, 85 Stat. 101; Oct. 4, 1972, Pub. L. 92-460, § 1(b), (c), 86 Stat. 765; July 10, 1973, Pub. L. 93-69, title I, §§ 101, 104(b), (c), 87 Stat. 162, 164.)

AMENDMENTS

1973-Subsec. (a). Pub. L. 93-69, § 101, substituted "Individuals" for "Women" in par. 2 and "Individuals" for "Men who will have attained the age of sixty and will have completed thirty years of service, or individuals" and "annuity of such individuals" for "annuity of such men or individuals" in par. 3.

Subsec. (e). Pub. L. 93-69, § 104 (b), inserted in first par. a reference to section 228c(a) (6) of this title, struck from fourth par. second sentence reading "The preceding sentence and the other provisions of this subsection shall not operate to increase the spouse's annuity (before any reduction on account of age) to an amount in excess of the maximum amount of a spouse's annuity as provided in the first sentence of this subsection.", and added fifth par. respecting increase in spouse's annuity computed under section 228c(a) (6) of this title.

Subsec. (1). Pub. L. 93-69, § 104 (c), substituted "three" for "two" making text read "the last paragraph plus the three preceding paragraphs".

1972-Subsec. (e). Pub. L. 92-460, § 1(b), inserted in first paragraph a reference to section 228c (a) (5) of this title, struck from third paragraph second sentence reading "The preceding sentence and the next preceding paragraph shall not operate to increase the annuity to an amount in excess of the maximum amount of a spouse's annuity as provided in the first sentence of this subsection.", and added fourth paragraph respecting 20 per centum increase in the spouse's annuity computed under other provisions of this section (before any reduction on account of age), respectively.

Subsec. (1). Pub. L. 92-460, § 1 (c), substituted "the last paragraph plus the two preceding paragraphs", for "the last two paragraphs".

1971-Subsec. (e). Pub. L. 92-46, § 2(a), substituted "section 228c((3) or (4) of this title" for "section 228c(a) (3) of this title"; inserted "(before any reduction on account of age)" following "shall" in paragraph increasing spouse's annuity by 15 per centum; struck out last sentence of such paragraph reading "The two preceding sentences shall not operate to increase the annuity to an amount in excess of the maximum amount of a spouse's

annuity as provided in the first sentence of this subsection."; and added paragraph increasing spouse's annuity by 10 per centum, respectively.

Subsec. (1). Pub. L. 92-46, § 2(b), substituted "last two paragraphs" for "last paragraph" and inserted "or in that part of section 228c (e) of this title preceding the first proviso, or of the pension," following "section 228c (a) (1) of this title", respectively.

Subsec. (1). Pub. L. 92-46, § 2(c), inserted reference to award of an annuity under section 228e (a) of this title.

EFFECTIVE DATE OF 1973 AMENDMENT

Section 109 (a) of Pub. L. 93-69 provided that: "The amendments made by section 101 of this Act [to subsec. (a) (2) and (3) of this section] shall become effective on July 1, 1974: Provided, however, That those amendments [to subsec. (a) (2) and (3) of this section] shall not apply to individuals whose annuities began to accrue prior to that date."

Amendment of subsecs. (e) and (i) of this section effective July 10, 1973, except that any increases in annuities or pensions resulting from such amendment shall be effective on the same date as the benefit increases under section 401 et seq. of Title 42 which gave rise to such annuity or pension increases are effective, see section 109 (c) of Pub. L. 93-69, set out as a note under section 228c of this title.

EFFECTIVE DATE OF 1972 AMENDMENT

Amendment by Pub. L. 92-460 effective with respect to annuities accruing for months after August, 1972 and with respect to pensions due in calendar months after September, 1972, see section 5(a) of Pub. L. 92-460, set out as a note under section 228c of this title.

EFFECTIVE DATE OF 1971 AMENDMENT

Amendment by Pub. L. 92-46 effective with respect to annuities accruing for months after December 1970 and with respect to pensions due in calendar months after January 1971, except that increases in benefits for months prior to July 1971 shall be payable only to an individual entitled to an annuity or pension for July 1971, or who becomes so entitled in later months, on basis of same earnings record, see section 8(a) of Pub. L. 92-46, set out as a note under section 228c of this title.

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Section 110 of Pub. L. 93-69 provided that: "This title [which enacted sections 228c (a) (6) and 228e(q) of this title, amended subsecs. (a) (2), (3), (e), and (1) of this section and sections 3201, 3202(a), 3211(a), and 3221(a), (b) of Title 26, and enacted provisions set out as notes under this section, sections 228c, 228f, and 2280 of this title, and section 3201 of Title 26] may be cited as the 'Railroad Retirement Amendments of 1973'."

TERMINATION DATE OF 1972 AMENDMENT Amendment by Pub. L. 92-460 of subsecs. (e) and (i) of this section and enactment of provisions set out as a note under this section to cease to apply as of the close of December 31, 1974, and annuities accruing for months after December 31, 1974, and pensions due in calendar months after December 31, 1974, to be computed as if such amendment had not been made, see section 5(b) of Pub. L. 92-460, set out as a note under section 228c of this title.

TERMINATION DATE OF 1971 AMENDMENT Amendment of subsecs. (e) and (i) by section 2(a)(1), (3),(4), (b)(1) of Pub. L. 92-46 to cease to apply as of close of December 31, 1974, and computation of pensions due in calendar months after December 31, 1974, as if such amendment had not been made, see section 8(b) of Pub. L. 92-46, set out as a note under section 228c of this title.

TERMINATION DATE OF 1970 AMENDMENT Amendment of section by Pub. L. 91-377 to cease to apply as of the close of December 31, 1974, and annuities accruing for months after December 31, 1974, and pensions due in calendar months after December 31, 1974, to be computed as if such amendment had not been made, see section 6 of Pub. L. 91-377, as amended, set out as a note under section 228c of this title.

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