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Annual and S eave
Pamphlet 38 Do.
DECEMBER 1954 IiAY 1;; I.
This pamphlet contains the Annual and Sick Leave Act
of 1951, as amended, and the Annual and Sick Leave
Regulations, which are administered by the Civil Service
Commission. Matters fully covered by the language of
the law are, in general, not again covered by the regu-
lations, which were drafted to implement the law.
Since leave administration is both a personnel and a
fiscal matter, the Civil Service Commission, employing
agencies, and the General Accounting Office each have
certain areas of authority and responsibility with respect
to it. The Civil Service Commission issues the regula-
tions required under the act. Each agency decides
whether leave is to be granted in individual cases.
And the General Accounting Office audits approval and
use of leave. Many of the Comptroller General's de-
cisions which affect administration of the law and
regulations appear in chapter L-1 of the Federal Per-
sonnel Manual, which may be referred to in the personnel
offices of many Federal agencies.
This material is current as of December 1, 1954.
UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
Washington, D. C.
Annual and Sick Leave
Part 30, Title 5, Code of Federal
Subpart A- Definitions
SEC. 30.101 Definitions. (a) Act" as used in
this part means the Annual and Sick Leave Act of 1951, as
amended (Title II, Public Law 233, 82d Congress, approved
October 30, 1951, 65 Stat. 679, as amended by Public Law 102,
83d Congress, approved July 2, 1953).
(b) "Employee" and "employees" include
officer and officers, respectively.
(c) "Pay period" shall include biweekly, semi-
monthly, or other pay period when used in these regulations.
(d) "Accumulated annual leave" means the
unused annual leave remaining to the credit of the employee
at the beginning of the first complete pay period occurring in
any calendar year.
(e) "Medical certificate" means a written
statement signed by a registered practicing physician or other
practitioner, certifying to the period of disability of the pa-
tient while he was undergoing professional treatment.
(f) "Contagious disease" means a disease ruled
as subject to quarantine or requiring isolation of the patient by
the health authorities having jurisdiction.
(g) The terms "agency" or "agency head"
means "the heads or governing bodies" of the various gov-
(h) "Leave year" means the period from the
beginning of the first complete pay period in the calendar year
to the beginning of the first complete pay period in the follow-
ing calendar year. However, the 1953 leave year began im-
mediately following the last complete pay period in 1952.
Subpart B-General Provisions
SEC. 30.201 Pay periods other than biweekly.
Employees who are paid on other than a biweekly pay period
basis may earn and be credited with leave on a pro rata basis
for a full pay period.
SEC. 30.202 Minimum charge. The minimum
charge for leave shall be 1 hour and additional charges in
multiples thereof. Under ordinary circumstances, unavoid-
able or necessary absence from duty of less than 1 hour, and
tardiness, may be excused by the agency head for adequate
reasons without charge to leave.
SEC. 30.203 Leave with pay status. Leave shall
accrue to an employee while in a pay status.
SEC. 30.204 Nonpay status. Whenever a full-
time employee's absence in a nonpay status within a leave year
totals the equivalent of the base-pay hours in one pay period,
the credits for sick leave shall be reduced Y day, and the credits
for annual leave shall be reduced % day, % day, or 1 day accord-
ing to the employee's leave-earning category: Provided, That
no leave shall accrue to the credit of an employee who is in
nonpay status for the entire leave year.
SEC. 30.205 Change in length of day. When-
ever the number of hours of duty in a full-time employee's
workday is permanently changed, the leave standing to his
credit shall be converted to the proper number of hours based
upon the new workday.
SEC. 30.206 Separation of employees indebted for
unearned leave. In case of the separation of an employee who
is indebted for unearned leave, the employee shall refund the
amount paid him for the period of such excess, or deduction
therefore shall be made from any salary due him. This section
shall not apply in cases of death, retirement for disability, or
in case an employee is unable to return to duty because of dis-
ability, evidence of which shall be supported by an acceptable
medical certificate: Provided, That employees who enter active
military service with restoration rights shall not be deemed
as separated for purposes of this section.
Subpart C-Annual Leave
SEC. 30.301 Overdrawn annual leave. When-
ever, at the end of the leave year, reductions in annual-leave
accruals under section 30.204 result in a final debit in the an-
nual leave account, the excess amount may be carried forward
for charge against leave earned in the following leave year, or,
in the discretion of the employing agency, the employee may
be required to refund the amount paid him for the period of
such excess. This regulation may be applied to debits at the
end of the 1952 leave year.
Subpart D-Sick Leave
SEC. 30.401 Grant of sick leave. Sick leave
shall be granted to employees when they are incapacitated for
the performance of their duties by sickness, injury, or preg-
nancy and confinement or for medical, dental, or optical exami-
nation or treatment, or when a member of the immediate
family of the employee is afflicted with a contagious disease
and requires the care and attendance of the employee, or when,
through exposure to contagious disease, the presence of the
employee at his post of duty would jeopardize the health of
SEC. 30.402 Application for sick leave. Written
application for grant of sick leave shall be filed within such
time limits as the agency may prescribe. Requests for sick
leave for medical, dental, or optical examinations shall be
submitted for approval in advance.
SEC. 30.403 Supporting evidence. Any grant of
sick leave in excess of 3 workdays must be supported by a
medical certificate, or other evidence administratively accept-
able. For periods of absence of 3 workdays or less, the agency
may accept the employee's certification as to the reason for
SEC. 30.404 Sickness during annual leave. When
sickness occurs within a period of annual leave, the period of
illness may be charged as sick leave subject to the provisions
of section 30.403.
SEC. 30.405 Sick leave not advanced. Sick leave
shall not be advanced to an employee holding a limited ap-
pointment, or one expiring on a specified date, in excess of the
total sick leave that would accrue during the remaining period
of such appointment: Provided, That an employee serving a
probationary or trial period shall not be construed as holding
a limited appointment for purposes of this section.
Subpart E-Part-Time Employees
SEC. 30.501 Accrual of annual leave. Part-time
employees for whom there has been established in advance a
regular tour of duty on one or more days during each adminis-
trative workweek, and hourly employees in the field service of
the Post Office Department shall earn annual leave as follows:
(a) Employees with less than 3 years of service
shall earn and be credited with 1 hour of annual leave for each
20 hours in a pay status.
(b) Employees with 3 but less than 15 years
of service shall earn and be credited with 1 hour annual leave
for each 13 hours in a pay status.
(c) Employees with 15 years or more of service
shall earn and be credited with 1 hour of annual leave for each
10 hours in a pay status.
SEC. 30.502 Accumulated annual leave. Part-
time employees may accumulate not more than 240 hours' or
360 hours' annual leave on the same basis that full-time em-
ployees accumulate 30 or 45 days' annual leave.
SEC. 30.503 Accrual of sick leave. Part-time
employees shall earn and be credited with 1 hour of sick leave
for each 20 hours in a pay status.
SEC. 30.504 Hours of work to be disregarded.
Any hours in a pay status in excess of the agency's basic work-
ing hours in any pay period shall be disregarded in computing
annual and sick leave earnings of part-time employees, except
that hourly employees in the field service of the Post Office
Department shall be credited with leave to the annual maxi-
mum in accordance with the actual number of hours in pay
Subpart F-Home Leave
SEC. 30.601 Home leave. The leave provided
for in subsection 203 (f) of the act shall be designated "home
SEC. 30.602 Creditable service for home leave.
Creditable service for purposes of accruing home leave shall
include the period between the date of the employee's arrival
at a post of duty outside the several States and the District of
Columbia to which he is transferred or assigned and the date
of his departure from any such post to return by transfer or
assignment to a post of duty within the several States and the
District of Columbia.
Subpart G-Recredit of Leave
SEC. 30.701 Annual leave. (a) When an em-
ployee is separated from a position under this act and reem-
ployed in another position under the act, without a break in
service, his annual leave account shall be certified to the em-
ploying agency for credit or charge.
(b) When annual leave is transferred between
different leave systems under section 205 (e) of the act, or is
recredited under a different leave system as result of a refund
under section 1 of the act of December 21, 1944, as amended, 7
calendar days of leave shall be considered equal to 5 workdays.
(c) When an employee transfers to a position
under a different leave system to which he can transfer only a
part of his annual leave, the untransferred leave shall be re-
credited to him if he returns to the leave system under which
it was earned, without a break in service of more than 52 con-
tinuous calendar weeks.
(d) When an employee transfers to a position
(other than a position excepted from the act under sec. 202 (b)
(1) (B), (C), or (H)) to which he cannot transfer his annual
leave because the position is not under an annual leave system,
the untransferred leave shall be recredited to him if he returns
to the leave system under which it was earned, without a break
in service of more than 52 continuous calendar weeks.
SEc. 30.702 Sick leave recredit. (a) Upon re-
employment of an employee subject to this act who was
separated on or after January 6, 1952, without a break in
service, or a break of not more than 52 continuous calendar
weeks, the employee's sick-leave account shall be certified to
the employing agency for credit or charge to his account.
(b) When sick leave is transferred between dif-
ferent leave systems under section 205 (e) of the act, 7 calendar
days of leave shall be considered equal to 5 workdays.
(c) When an employee transfers to a position
under a different leave system to which he can transfer only a
part of his sick leave, the untransferred leave shall be recredited
to him if he returns to the leave system under which it was
earned, without a break in service of more than 52 continuous
(d) When an employee transfers to a position
to which he cannot transfer his sick leave, the untransferred
leave shall be recredited to him if he returns to the leave sys-
tem under which it was earned, without a break in service of
more than 52 continuous calendar weeks.
SEC. 30.703 Leave from former leave systems. All
leave which was earned under the Leave Acts of 1936 or under
any other of the leave systems merged under this act, and to
which the employee would have been entitled upon reentering
or remaining in the same leave system, shall be recredited under
this act: Provided, That leave already forfeited shall not be re-
vived by this regulation.
SEC. 30.704. Restoration of veterans. Any em-
ployee who leaves, or has left a position under the act to enter
active military service and is reemployed in a position under
the act, shall have his leave account certified for credit or
charge: Provided, he is reemployed without a break in service
or, with a break of not more than 52 continuous calendar
weeks after separation from military service or from hospitali-
zation continuing after discharge for not more than one year.
SEC. 30.705 Restoration after appeal. Any em-
ployee who is restored to a position as a result of appeal shall
have the leave in his account at the time of separation certified
for credit or charge.
SEC. 30.801 Uncommon tours of duty. Agencies
which have employees who work 24-hour shifts, or other un-
common tours of duty, are authorized to promulgate supple-
mental regulations consistent with the act and the regulations
in this part for administering leave for such employees.
SEC. 30.802 Travel time for return to United
States. The travel time granted an employee pursuant to sec-
tion 203 (e) shall be inclusive of the time necessarily occupied
in traveling to and from his post of duty and his place of resi-
dence in any of the several States or the District of Columbia
designated by the employee in his request for leave.
SEc. 30.803 Responsibility for administration.
The heads of agencies to which this part applies shall be re-
sponsible for the proper administration of this part so far as
it pertains to employees under their respective jurisdictions,
and they shall maintain an account of leave for each employee
in accordance with methods prescribed by the General Ac-
Subpart I-Administrative Orders Relieving Employees From
SEC. 30.901 Purpose. The purpose of the reg-
ulations in this subpart is to provide uniform and equitable
standards under which regular employees compensated at per
diem, per hour, or piecework rates may be relieved from duty
with pay by administrative order.
SEc. 30.902 Policy statement. The authority
in this subpart shall be used only to the extent warranted by
good administration for short periods of time not generally
exceeding three consecutive workdays in any single period of
excused absence. This authority shall not be used in situa-
tions of extensive duration or for periods of interrupted or
suspended operations such as ordinarily would be covered by
the scheduling of leave, furlough, or the assignment of other
work. Insofar as practicable, administrative orders issued
under this subpart shall provide for regular employees com.-
pensated at per diem, per hour, or piecework rates, benefits
similar to those granted to per annum employees.
SEC. 30.903 Definitions. (a) "Administrative
order" means an order issued by an authorized official of a de-
partment or agency relieving an employee or employees from
active duty without charge to leave or loss of compensation.
(b) "Regular employees" means those em-
ployees compensated at per diem, per hour, or piecework rates
who have a regular tour of duty, and whose appointments are
not limited to 90 days or less or who have been currently em-
ployed for a continuous period of 90 days under one or more
appointments without a break in service.
SEC. 30.904 Coverage. The regulations in this
subpart apply to regular employees of the Federal Government
compensated at a per diem, per hour, or piecework rate. The
regulations in this subpart do not apply to experts and con-
SEC. 30.905 Standards. Administrative orders
may be issued under this subpart when: Normal operations of
an establishment are interrupted by events beyond the control
of management or employees; for managerial reasons when the
closing of an establishment or portions thereof is required for
short periods of time; it is in the public interest to relieve em-
ployees from work to participate in civil activities which the
Government is interested in encouraging.
SEc. 30.906 Supplemental regulations. Depart-
ments and agencies are authorized to issue supplemental regu-
lations not inconsistent with the regulations in this subpart.
Annual and Sick Leave Act of
Title II, Public Law 233, 82d Cong.,
approved October 30, 1951, as
amended by Public Law 102, 83d
Cong, approved July 2, 1953
SEc. 201. This title may be cited as the "An-
nual and Sick Leave Act of 1951."
Coverage and Exemptions
SEc. 202 (a) Except as provided in subsection
(b), this title shall apply to all civilian officers and employees
of the United States and of the Government of the District of
Columbia, including officers and employees of corporations
wholly owned or controlled by the United States.
(b) (1) This title shall not apply to-
(A) teachers and librarians of the public
schools of the District of Columbia;
(B) part-time officers and employees (except
hourly employees in the field service of the Post Office De-
partment) for whom there has not been established a regular
tour of duty during each administrative workweek;
(C) temporary employees engaged on con-
struction work at hourly rates;
(D) employees of the Canal Zone Government
and the Panama Canal Company when employed on the Isth-
mus of Panama;
(E) commissioned officers of the Public Health
(F) commissioned officers of the Coast and
(G) doctors, dentists, and nurses in the De-
partment of Medicine and Surgery of the Veterans Adminis-
(H) officers and employees of the Senate and
House of Representatives; and
(I) officers and employees of any corporation
under the supervision of the Farm Credit Administration of
which corporation any member of the board of directors is
elected or appointed by private interests.
(2) This title, except section 203 (g), shall not
apply to alien employees who occupy positions outside the
several States and the District of Columbia.
(3) Section 204 of this title shall not apply to
officers and members of the Metropolitan Police and the Fire
Department of the District of Columbia.
(c) (1) This title shall not apply to the follow-
ing officers in the executive branch of the Government and
officers of the Government of the District of Columbia, includ-
ing officers of corporations wholly owned or controlled by
the United States:
(A) persons appointed by the President by and with
the advice and consent of the Senate, or by the President
alone, whose rates of basic compensation exceed the maxi-
mum rate provided in the General Schedule of the Classi-
fication Act of 1949, as amended;
(B) persons who receive compensation in accordance
with section 411 of the Foreign Service Act of 1946; and
(C) such other officers (except postmasters, United
States attorneys, and United States marshals) as may be
designated by the President.
No officer in the executive branch of the Government and no
officer of the Government of the District of Columbia, includ-
ing an officer of a corporation wholly owned or controlled by
the United States, to whom this title applies shall be deemed
to be entitled to the compensation attached to his office solely
by virtue of his status as an officer.
(2) The President, in his discretion, may
authorize leaves of absence to persons who are exempted from
this title pursuant to subsection (c) (1) (B) for use in the
United States and its Territories and possessions. Leaves of
absence authorized under this subsection shall not constitute
a leave system, and no such leave of absence which is not used
shall be made the basis for any lump-sum payment.
SEC. 203 (a) Officers and employees to whom
this title applies shall be entitled to annual leave with pay
which shall accrue as follows-
(1) one-half day for each full biweekly pay period in
the case of officers and employees with less than 3 years of
(2) three-fourths day for each full biweekly pay period
(except that the accrual for the last full biweekly pay
period in the year shall be 1% days) in the case of officers
and employees with 3 but less than 15 years of service, and
(3) 1 day for each full biweekly pay period in the case
of officers and employees with 15 years or more of service.
In determining years of service for the purposes of this sub-
section, there shall be included all service creditable under the
provisions of Section 5 of the Civil Service Retirement Act of
May 29, 1930, as amended, for the purposes of an annuity
under such act and the determination of the period of service
rendered may be made upon the basis of an affidavit of the
employee. In the case of an officer or employee who is not
paid on the basis of biweekly pay periods, the leave provided
by this title shall accrue on the same basis as it would accrue
if such officer or employee were paid on the basis of biweekly
(b) Any change in the rate of accrual of annual
leave by an officer or employee under the provisions of this
section shall take effect as of the beginning of the pay period
following the pay period, or corresponding period in the case
of an officer or employee who is not paid on the basis of bi-
weekly pay periods, in which such officer or employee com-
pletes the prescribed period of service.
(c) The annual leave provided for in this sec-
tion, which is not used by an officer or employee, shall accumu-
late for use in succeeding years until it totals not to exceed 30
days at the beginning of the first complete biweekly pay
period, or corresponding period in the case of an officer or em-
ployee who is not paid on the basis of biweekly pay periods,
occurring in any year.
(d) Notwithstanding the provisions of sub-
section (c), a maximum accumulation not to exceed 45 days
at the beginning of the first complete biweekly pay period, or
corresponding period in the case of an officer or employee who
is not paid on the basis of biweekly pay periods, in any year
is authorized to the following categories of employees of the
Federal Government, other than officers and employees in the
Foreign Service of the United States under the Department of
State, stationed outside the several States and the District of
(1) Persons directly recruited or transferred from the
United States by the Federal Government.
(2) Persons employed locally but (A) who were origi-
nally recruited from the United States and have been in
substantially continuous employment by other Federal
agencies, United States firms, interests, or organizations,
international organizations in which the United States
Government participates, or foreign governments, and
whose conditions of employment provide for their return
transportation to the United States; or (B) who were at
the time of employment temporarily absent from the
United States for purposes of travel or formal study and
maintained residence in the United States during such
(3) Persons who are not normally residents of the area
concerned and who are discharged from the military serv-
ice of the United States to accept employment with an
agency of the Federal Government.
(e) Where an officer or employee to whom the
provisions of subsection (d) are applicable, or who is in the
Foreign Service of the United States under the Department of
State, and whose post of duty is outside the several States and
the District of Columbia returns to any such State or the Dis-
trict of Columbia on leave, the leave granted pursuant to this
Act shall be exclusive of the time actually and necessarily
occupied in going to and from his post of duty and such time
as may be necessarily occupied in awaiting sailing or flight.
The provisions of this subsection shall not apply with respect
to more than one period of leave in any 24-month period.
(f) Officers and employees in the Foreign Serv-
ice of the United States under the Department of State may be
granted leave of absence, without regard to any other leave
provided by this title, for use in the United States, its Terri-
tories or possessions, at a rate equivalent to 1 week for each 4
months of service outside the several States and the District
of Columbia. Such leave may be accumulated for future use
without regard to the limitation in subsection (c), but no such
leave which is not used shall be made the basis for any terminal
leave or lump-sum payment.
(g) Alien employees who occupy positions
outside the several States and the District of Columbia may,
in the discretion of the head of the department or agency con-
cerned, be granted leave of absence with pay not in excess of
the amount of annual and sick leave allowable under this title
in the case of citizen employees.
(h) The annual leave provided for in this sec-
tion, including such leave as will accrue to any officer or em-
ployee during the year, may be granted at any time during
such year as the heads of the various departments and inde-
pendent establishments may prescribe.
(i) Notwithstanding the provisions of sub-
section (a), an officer or employee shall be entitled to annual
leave under this title only after having been employed currently
for a continuous period of 90 days under one or more appoint-
ments without break in service. In any case in which an
officer or employee completes a period of continuous employ-
ment of 90 days, there shall be credited to him an amount of
annual leave equal to the amount which, but for this subsec-
tion, would have accrued to him under subsection (a) during
SEC. 204 (a) Officers and employees to whom
this title applies shall be entitled to sick leave with pay, which
shall accrue on the basis of one-half day for each full biweekly
(b) The sick leave provided for in this section,
which is not used by an officer or employee during the year in
which it accrues, shall accumulate and be available for use in
(c) Not to exceed 30 days' sick leave may be
advanced in cases of serious disability or ailments and when
required by the exigencies of the situation.
SEC. 205 (a) The days of leave provided for
in this title shall mean days upon which an employee would
otherwise work and receive pay, and shall be exclusive of
holidays, and all nonworkdays established by Federal statute
or by Executive or administrative order.
(b) An employee shall be considered for the
purposes of this title to have been employed for a full biweekly
pay period if he shall have been employed during the days
within such period, exclusive of holidays and all nonworkdays
established by Federal statute or by Executive or administra-
tive order, which fall within his basic administrative work-
(c) Part-time officers and employees, unless
otherwise excepted, shall be entitled on a pro-rata basis to the
benefits provided by sections 203 and 204 of this title.
(d) The authorized absence of a rural carrier
on Saturday which occur within or at the beginning or end
of a period of sick or annual leave of five or more days' dura-
tion (or 4 days' duration if a holiday falls within or at the
beginning or end of the period of sick or annual leave) shall
be without charge to such leave or loss of compensation.
Saturday occurring in a period of annual or sick leave taken
in a smaller number of days may at the option of the carrier
be charged to his accrued leave and when so charged he shall
be paid for such absence.
(e) In the case of transfer of an officer or em-
ployee between positions under different leave systems (other
than transfers involving positions exempted under section
202 (b) (1) (B), (C), or (H)), without a break in service, the
annual and sick leave to the credit of such officer or employee
shall be transferred to his credit in the employing agency on
an adjusted basis in accordance with regulations to be pre-
scribed by the Civil Service Commission.
SEC. 206 The Civil Service Commission is
authorized to prescribe such rules and regulations as may be
necessary to provide for the administration of this title.
SEC. 207 (a) The following acts or parts of
acts are hereby repealed:
(1) The act entitled "An Act to provide for
vacations to Government employees, and for other purposes,"
approved March 14, 1936 (49 Stat. 1161).
(2) The act entitled "An Act to standardize
sick leave and extend it to all civilian employees," approved
March 14, 1936 (49 Stat. 1162).
(3) Section 6 of the act entitled "An Act to
reclassify the salaries of postmasters, officers, and employees
of the Postal Service; to establish uniform procedure for com-
puting compensation; and for other purposes," approved July
6, 1945, as amended (59 Stat. 435).
(4) The paragraph under the heading "Public
Printing and Binding" in the act entitled" An Act making ap-
propriations for sundry civil expenses of the government for
the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and
ninety-seven, and for other purposes," approved June 11, 1896
(44 U. S. C. 45), relating to leaves of absence of employees of
the Government Printing Office.
(5) The third proviso in the Act of August 29,
1916 (34 U. S. C. 513).
(6) Sections 931 and 932 of the Foreign Service
Act of 1946.
(7) Section 601 of the Independent Offices Ap-
propriation Act, 1952.
(b) Section 2 of the act entitled "An Act to
provide for the promotion of substitute employees in the postal
service, and for other purposes," approved April 15, 1947 (61
Stat. 40), is amended by striking out the words "and leave."
SEC. 208 (a) In any case in which-
(1) The amount of accumulated annual leave to the
credit of an officer or employee immediately following the
end of the last complete biweekly pay period in the calen-
dar year 1952, or corresponding period in the case of an
officer or employee who is not paid on the basis of bi-
weekly pay periods, under the provisions of law then
applicable to such officer or employee is in excess of the
amount allowable under the applicable provisions of
section 203, or
(2) the amount of accumulated annual leave to the
credit of an officer or employee who is subject to the pro-
visions of section 203 (d) and who becomes subject to the
provisions of section 203 (c) is in excess of the amount
allowable under section 203 (c),
such excess shall remain to the credit of such officer or em-
ployee until used, but the use during any leave year of an
amount in excess of the aggregate amount which shall have
accrued during such year shall automatically reduce the maxi-
mum allowable accumulation at the beginning of the first
complete biweekly pay period, or corresponding period in the
case of an officer or employee who is not paid on the basis of
biweekly pay periods, in the following leave year, until the
accumulation of such officer or employee no longer exceeds
the amount prescribed in the applicable provisions of section
(b) An officer or employee heretofore subject
to a system of leave administered on a calendar-day basis shall
be deemed to have to his credit on the effective date of this
title five-sevenths day of leave chargeable as provided in sec-
tion 205 (a) for each calendar day's leave to his credit on such
(c) No officer or employee shall be considered,
by reason of the enactment of this title, to have been trans-
ferred to an agency under a different leave system within the
meaning of the act entitled "An Act to provide for the pay-
ment to certain Government employees for accumulated or
accrued annual leave upon their separation from Government
service," approved December 21, 1944 (5 U. S. C. 61d).
(d) Any person who served during the period
from December 1, 1950 to January 6, 1952, as an employee in
the postal service, other than a substitute rural carrier, under
a temporary or indefinite appointment for not less than 90 days
and who shall not have been separated from the postal service
prior to January 6, 1952, shall be deemed to have earned an-
nual leave at the rate of 15 days per year and sick leave at the
rate of 10 days per year, and for such purposes shall receive
credit for one-twelfth of a year for each whole calendar month
he was carried on the roll as a temporary or indefinite em-
ployee during such period.
SEC. 209 This title shall take effect on Janu-
ary 6, 1952, except that paragraph (7) of section 207 (a) shall
take effect as of the date of enactment of the Independent
Offices Appropriation Act, 1952.
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