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42 Stat. 424, 27, 29. Legislative branch, Mar. 20, 1922, P.L. 171 (ch. 103). 42 Stat. 783.

Deficiency, July 1, 1922, P.L. 263 (ch. 258)
42 Stat. 1267, 70, 72. Legislative branch, Feb. 20, 1923, P.L. 431 (ch. 98)..
43 Stat. 581, 83, 86. Legislative branch, June 7, 1924, P.L. 225 (ch. 309).
43 Stat. 1288, 92, 74. Legislative branch, Mar. 4, 1925, P.L. 624 (ch. 549).
44 Stat. 540, 42, 45. Legislative branch, May 13, 1926, P.L. 222 (ch. 294).
44 Stat. 1149, 52, 54. Legislative branch, Feb. 23, 1927, P.L. 631 (ch. 168).
45 Stat. 510, 12, 14, 15 ........ Legislative branch, May 14, 1928, P.L. 386 (ch. 551).
45 Stat. 1389, 92, 94.

Deficiency, Mar. 26, 1930, P.L. 78 (ch. 92).
46 Stat. 507, 9, 12. Legislative branch, June 6, 1930, P.L. 331 (ch. 407).
46 Stat. 1177, 80, 82. Legislative branch, Feb. 20, 1931, P.L. 691 (ch. 234).
47 Stat. 385, 88, 90. Legislative branch, June 30, 1932, P.L. 212 (ch. 314).
47 Stat. 1353, 56, 59. Legislative branch, Feb. 28, 1933, P.L 381 (ch. 134).
48 Stat. 97.

Deficiency, May 29, 1933, P.L. 26 (ch. 42).
48 Stat. 275

Deficiency, June 16, 1933, P.L. 77 (ch. 100).
48 Stat. 820, 23, 26. Legislative branch, May 30, 1934, P.L. 268 (ch. 372).
49 Stat

. 462, 65, 68. Legislative branch, July 8, 1935, P.L. 200 (ch. 374).
49 Stat. 1217, 20, 23. Legislative branch, Apr. 17, 1936, P.L. 524 (ch. 233).
50 Stat. 172, 75, 78. Legislative branch, May 18, 1937, P.L. 94 (ch. 223).
52 Stat. 384, 87, 89. Legislative branch, May 17, 1938, P.L. 526 (ch. 236).
53 Stat. 825, 28, 31. Legislative branch, June 16, 1939, P.L. 130 (ch. 208).
54 Stat. 465, 68, 71. Legislative branch, June 18, 1940, P.L. 641 (ch. 396).
55 Stat. 449, 52, 56. Legislative branch, July 1, 1941, P.L. 145 (ch. 268).
56 Stat. 334, 37, 40. Legislative branch, June 8, 1942, P.L. 600 (ch. 600).
57 Stat. 224, 27, 30. Legislative branch, June 28, 1943, P.L. 96 (ch. 96).
57 Stat. 440, 41

Deficiency, July 12, 1943, P.L. 132 (ch. 218)
57 Stat. 612.

Deficiency, Dec. 23, 1943, P.L. 216 (ch. 380).
58 Stat. 338, 42

Legislative branch, June 26, 1944, P.L. 354 (ch. 227)
59 Stat. 242, 46

Legislative branch, June 13, 1945, P.L. 85 (ch. 189).
59 Stat. 413.

Deficiency, July 5, 1945, P.L. 132 (ch. 271).
60 Stat. 391, 95.

Legislative branch, July 1, 1946, P.L. 479 (ch. 530).
60 Stat. 601, 602

Deficiency, July 23, 1946, P.L. 521 (ch. 591)
61 Stat. 27.

Deficiency, March 27, 1947, P.L. 25 (ch. 25).
61 Stat. 72.

Deficiency, May 1, 1947, P.L. 46 (ch. 49)
61 Stat. 368, 77 (H. Res. Legislative branch, July 17, 1947, P.L. 197 (ch. 262).

Deficiency, July 31, 1947, P.L. 299 (ch. 414). 62 Stat. 424, 29

Legislative branch, June 14, 1948, P.L. 641 (ch. 467).. 63 Stat. 222.

Legislative branch, June 22, 1949, P.L. 118 (ch. 235).

1929, 46 Stat. 90.

691). 61 Stat. 691, 96

1923
1922
1924
1925
1926
1927
1928
1929
1930
1930
1931
1932
1933
1934
1934
1934
1935
1936
1937
1938
1939
1940
1941
1942
1943
1944
1943
1944
1945
1946
1946
1947
1947
1947
1947
1948

17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
17
32
32
32
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
33
64
64
64
69
69
69
69
69

20
20
20
20
20
33
33
33
39
39
39
39
39

53
53
61
61
61
61
61
61
61
61
61
61
60
60
60

76
76
76
90
90
90
90
90
90
90
90
90
103
103
118
132
132
133
133
133
133
133
133
133
133
132
132
132
132
132
132
142
142
142
142
142

0
0
0

0
+ 13

0
+ 15
+14

0
+1

0
0
0
0
0

81,600

6.25
81,600
124,460
124,460
124,460
124,460
124,460
124,460

18,040
147,660
147,660
159,980
154,715
22,275
20,790
194,184
217,500
217,740
217,740
217,740
217,740
217,740
218,040
218,040
216,300

7,203
18,105
216,300
228,500

12,780
259,480
28,500

39
39
39
39
39
39
68
68
68
73
73
73
73
73

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$8,000

0
0
0
0

300
300
8,600

1948
1949
1950

84
84
84

73
73
73

157
157
157

+ 15

0 0

24,000 24,000

8,600 10,050

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APPENDIX A. GROWTH OF THE UNITED STATES CAPITOL POLICE FORCE, 1801-1984 1–Continued

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1950
1950
1951
1952
1952
1953
1954
1954
1955
1955
1956
1956
1957

84
84
84
84
84
84
84
84
84
84
84
84
88

73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73

157
157
157
157
157

3,754.51

1,430
14,515
14,515

1,795
18,440
19,110

2,855
22,345
60,111
76,940

6,810
83,095

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

乃乃乃乃乃乃%

157

73
88

157
157
176

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82,780

88
108
128

+ 20

21,480
43,440

128

1958
1958
1959
1959
1960
1961
1961
1962
1963
1963
1964
1965

88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
88
142

128
128
128
128
128
128
128
128

176
196
216
216
216
216
216
216
216
216
216
270

+ 20

0
0
0
0

89,236
16,340
106,435
106,075

7,000
114,700
129,500

6,500
144,000
330,600

0
0

0
+54

117,660

128 128

Statutory authority 2

Appropriations acts

Fiscal

year

Deficiency, Oct. 10, 1949, P.L. 343 (ch. 662).
Deficiency, June 29, 1950, P.L. 583 (ch. 405).
Legislative branch, Sept. 6, 1950, P.L. 759 (ch. 896).
Legislative branch, Oct. 11, 1951, P.L. 168.
Supplemental June 5, 1952, P.L. 375..
Legislative branch, July 9, 1952, P.L. 471.
Legislative branch, Aug. 1, 1953, P.L. 178.
Supplemental May 11, 1954, P.L. 357.
Legislative branch, July 2, 1954, P.L. 470.
Supplemental, Apr. 22, 1955, P.L. 24.
Legislative branch, Aug. 5, 1955, P.L. 242.
Supplemental, May. 19, 1956, P.L. 533.
Legislative branch, June 27, 1956, P.L. 624

63 Stat. 729.
64 Stat. 277.
64 Stat. 601.
65 Stat. 390, 95
66 Stat. 112
66 Stat. 470
67 Stat. 325.
68 Stat. 84.
68 Stat. 403.
69 Stat. 40.
69 Stat. 513.
70 Stat. 177
70 Stat. 357, 63, 70 (H.

Res. 448).
71 Stat. 250.
72 Stat. 57.
72 Stat. 440, 46
73 Stat. 59.
73 Stat. 406
74 Stat. 453.
75 Stat. 38.
75 Stat. 328.
76 Stat. 687.
77 Stat. 41.
77 Stat. 810
78 Stat. 539, 43 (H. Res.

648 adopted; see July 9,

1971).
78 Stat. 1031.
79 Stat. 97.
79 Stat. 274.
80 Stat. 355.

Legislative branch, July 1, 1957, P.L. 85-75.
Supplemental, Mar. 28, 1958, P.L. 85–352.
Legislative branch, July 31, 1958, P.L. 85–570.
Supplemental, May 20, 1959, P.L. 86–30.
Legislative branch, Aug. 21, 1959, P.L. 86-176.
Legislative branch, July 12, 1960, P.L. 86-628.
Supplemental, Mar. 31, 1961, P.L. 87-14.
Legislative branch, Aug. 10, 1961, P.L. 87–130.
Legislative branch, Oct. 2, 1962, P.L. 87-730.
Supplemental, May 17, 1963, P.L. 88–25.
Legislative branch, Dec. 30, 1963, P.L. 88-248.
Legislative branch, Aug. 20, 1964, P.L. 88-454.

Supplemental, Oct. 7, 1964, P.L. 88-635.
Supplemental, Apr. 30, 1965, P.L. 89–46.
Legislative branch, July 27, 1965, P.L. 89-90.
Legislative branch, Aug. 27, 1966, P.L. 89-545.

1965
1965
1966
1967

142
142
142
142

270
270
270
297

22,100
130,566
809,000
809,000

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0 +27

60,360

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Legislative branch, July 23, 1968, P.L. 90–417. 83 Stat. 341, 59 (H. Res. Legislative branch, Dec. 12, 1969, P.L. 91–145.

Legislative branch, Aug. 18, 1970, P.L. 91-382. 85 Stat. 127, 35, 44 (H. Legislative branch, July 9, 1971, P.L. 92–51.

Legislative branch, July 10, 1972, P.L. 92–342.
87 Stat. 538.

Legislative branch, Nov. 1, 1973, P.L. 93–145..
87 Stat. 1079 (H. Res. 398).. Supplemental, Jan. 3, 1974, P.L. 93–245.
88 Stat. 425, 34

Legislative branch, Aug. 13, 1974, P.L. 93–371.
89 Stat. 185.

Supplemental, May 4, 1977, P.L. 95–26. 92 Stat. 768, 77, 79 (H. Legislative branch, Sept. 30, 1978, P.L. 95–391.

Established chief, Capitol Police, Dec. 20, 1979, P.L.

Continuing, Oct. 1, 1981, P.L. 97–51
96 Stat. 1189 (H. Res. 244).. Continuing, Oct. 2, 1982, P.L. 97–276.
97 Stat. 271 (H. Res. 625).... Legislative branch, July 14, 1983, P.L. 98–51.

80 Stat. 1063 (H. Res. 796).. Supplemental, Oct. 27, 1966, P.L. 89–697 81 Stat. 128, 34

Legislative branch, July 28, 1967, P.L. 90–57.
82 Stat. 318 (H. Res. 464). Supplemental, July 9, 1968, P.L. 90-392
82 Stat. 399, 405

1211).
84 Stat. 809, 16

Res. 648/H. Res. 1293

and 150).
85 Stat. 636 (H. Res. 449) .... Supplemental, Dec. 15, 1971, P.L. 92–184.
86 Stat. 440.

Supplemental, June 12, 1975, P.L. 94–32.
89 Stat. 271, 82 (H. Res. Legislative branch, July 25, 1975, P.L. 94–59.

360).
90 Stat. 1450.

Legislative branch, Oct. 1, 1976, P.L. 94-490.
91 Stat. 81

Res. 661).
93 Stat. 657.

Continuing, Oct. 12, 1979, P.L. 96-86.
93 Stat. 925.

96–152. 94 Stat. 892.

Supplemental, July 8, 1980, P.L. 96-304 94 Stat. 1351, 52 (H. Res. Continuing, Oct. 1, 1980, P.L. 96-369

229). 95 Stat. 958.

1972
1973
1974
1974
1975
1975
1976

431
431
431
431
486
486
513

569
569
569
554
554
554
627

1,000
1,000
1,000

985
1,040
1,040
1,140

+214

0

0
-15
+55

0
+100

50
49
49
49
46
50
50

628,710

1,214,255

186,090
1,750,435

1,206,940

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1 The number of Capitol Police and watchmen employed from 1801 to 1868, ranged from one to 32. The salaries and expenses of the Capitol Police were contained in the statutory Appropriations Acts as contingent expenses for the House and
Senate, but did not include the number of personnel or the amount of compensation. During this period, however, there appeared in the Statutes authorization for the employment of a certain number of watchmen and the salaries they were to receive.
The March 2, 1867 Appropriations Act, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1868, was the first Act to set forth the number and compensation for the Capitol Police (14 Stat. 440–2).

The figures appearing on this chart, showing the number of authorized Capitol Police positions for the Senate and House, for the years 1947 through 1971, were provided by the Office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives, based on
information taken from the following: Report of the Clerk of the House; Report of the Secretary of the Senate; Public Laws (appropriations); U.S.C.P. work logs (1947–1969). The number of authorized Capitol Police positions, and the number of
Metropolitan Police detailed to the Capitol Police for the years 1971 through 1984, were provided by the Office of the Chief of the Capitol Police the Statutes do not show the total personnel detailed to the Capitol Police).

2 On occasion Congress passes simple resolutions to enlarge, decrease, or otherwise effect changes in the Capitol Police force. Subsequently, the provisions of the resolutions are enacted into permanent law, usually by a Legislative Appropriations
Act. There may be, however, a lapse of time between the passage of the resolution until its enactment into permanent law. Meanwhile, both Chambers proceed to operate under the resolution as though it had become permanent law. If the resolution
provides for an increase in the Capitol Police force, it is usually stated that money from the contingent fund be used until the resolution is enacted into permanent law. (See also Appendix C.) The resolution shown in parenthesis, under the Statutory
authority column, shows the date, and under which Public Law the resolution was enacted into permanent law.

3 Title V, Sec. 501 of P.L. 93–334, July 12, 1974 (88 Stat. 297, 321), The Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974, amended Sec. 237 of the Revised Statutes (31 U.S.C. 1020) to read as follows:

(a) The fiscal year of the Treasury of the United States, in all matters of accounts, receipts, expenditures, estimates, and appropriations-
(1) shall, through June 30, 1976, commence on July 1 of each year and end on June 30 of the following year; and
2) shall, beginning on October 1, 1976, commence on October 1 of each year and end on September 30, of the following year.

(b) All accounts of receipts and expenditures required by law to be published annually shall be prepared and published for each fiscal year as established by subsection (a).
4 Division of assignments began with the Legislative Branch Appropriations Act of March 4, 1909, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1910, and divided the assignments between the House, Senate, and the main Capitol Police force. The
Legislative Branch Appropriations Act of June 26, 1944, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1945, dissolved the main Capitol Police force, and divided the assignments between the House and Senate.

5 Beginning with the 42d Cong., 2d Sess. (22 Stat. 644) through the 3d Sess of the 61st Cong. (36 Stat. 1317) one month's salary (at the compensation then paid them by law) was appropriated for Capitol Police personnel at the end of
each session, for extra services rendered through that session, if they had appeared on the rolls at a certain time previous. No lump sum appropriation appeared in the Statutes. It was explained that employees were paid for the session only, and had
to come from different districts in the State. They should be paid something extra for expenses and for the return trip home, at the end of the session. (See report, page 61). This covered 45 sessions of Congress, or the period from December 4,
1871 through March 3, 1911. The amount of money for the extra month's salaries is unknown, and is not included in the above salary figures.

From fiscal year 1947 until the present time, the Statutes did not list positions, rank and rate of pay, or total salary appropriations for the Capitol Police, in the regular Legislative Branch Appropriations Acts. Some of the Supplemental and
Deficiency Appropriations Acts did list amounts of additional compensation for certain employees of the Capitol Police. The total of these appropriations are shown under "Salaries From time to time, additional sums were also appropriated to the
Capitol Police Board for reimbursement to the District of Columbia for salaries of detailed personnel

. The total sums so appropriated are listed under "Reimbursement (See also copies of Police Payroll Report for 1947–1971, provided by the
Office of the Clerk of the House, and the Capitol Police Pay Schedules for 1982 and 1984, provided by the Office of the Chief of the Capitol Police

. All are attached to this Appendix). 6 From the enactment of the Deficiency Appropriations Act of June 27, 1940, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1940 and June 30, 1941, to the Legislative Branch Appropriations Act of July 1, 1946, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1947, appropriations were made to reimburse the following agencies for police personnel detailed to the Capitol Police, to provide additional protection for the Capitol Buildings and Grounds, including the Senate and House Office Buildings and the Capitoli Power Plant:" (a search of the records did not reveal how many personnel were detailed from each agency, their rank, or their rate of pay. A lump sum appropriation for all agencies was provided) Federal Bureau of Investigation, Secret Service of the Treasury Department, and the Metropolitan Police Department: FY 1941, $60,000; FY 1942, $55,000; FY 1943, $62,203; FY 1944, $59,000; FY 1945, $60,000; FY 1946, $55,000. The Legislative Branch Appropriation Act of July 1, 1946, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1947, appropriated $8,000 for reimbursement to the D.C. Government only for salaries and expenses of detailed personnel from the Metropolitan Police Department. No other agency has since detailed personnel to the Capitol Police. No details of the number of personnel, or their rank and rate of pay were given in the Statutes.

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APPENDIX A-1

UNITED STATES CAPITOL POLICE PAYROLL REPORT 1947

1971

The following payroll report is based on information taken from:

Report of the Clerk of the House
Report of the Secretary of the Senate
Public Laws (Appropriations)

USCP Appointment Logs (1947-1971)
These figures represent beginning salaries for each rank.

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Private

Plainclothes officer

Sergeant

Special officer/

lieutenant

Captain

1969
1970
1971

$8,322
8,816
9,348

$8,760

9,280
10,086

$10,950
11,600
12,300

$13,140

13,920
14,760

$15,549
16,472
17,466

From the Office of the Clerk of the United States House of Representatives.

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