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Sec. 704. (a) There is hereby established an Advisory Council on Public Assistance for the purpose of reviewing the status of the public assistance program in relation to the old-age, survivors, and disability insurance program, the fiscal capacities of the States and the Federal Government, and any other factors bearing on the amount and proportion of the Federal and States shares in the public assistance program.

(b) The Council shall be appointed by the Secretary before January 1959 without regard to the civil-service laws and shall consist of the Commissioner of Social Security, as chairman, and of twelve other persons who shall, to the extent possible, represent employers and employees in equal numbers, persons concerned with the administration or financing of the State and Federal programs, other persons with special knowledge, experience, or qualifications with respect to the program, and the public.

(c) (1) The Council is authorized to engage such technical assistance, as may be required to carry out its functions, and the Secretary shall, in addition, make available to the Council such secretarial, clerical, and other assistance and such other pertinent data prepared by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare as it may require to carry out such functions.

(2) Members of the Council, while serving on business of the Council (inclusive of travel time), shall receive compensation at rates fixed by the Secretary, but not exceeding $50 per day; and shall be entitled to receive actual and necessary traveling expenses and per diem in lieu of subsistence while so serving away from their places of residence.

(d) The Council shall make a report of its findings and recommendations (including recommendations for changes in the provisions of sections 3, 403, 1003, and 1403 of the Social Security Act) to the Secretary and the Congress, such report to be submitted not later than January 1,19GO, after which date such Council shall cease to exist.

Sec. 705. (a) There is hereby established an Advisory Council on Child-Welfare Services for the purpose of making recommendations and advising the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare in connection with the effectuation of the provisions of part 3 of title V of the Social Security Act, as amended by the Social Security Amendments of 1958.

(b) The Council shall be appointed by the Secretary before January 1959, without regard to the civil-service laws, and shall consist of twelve persons representative of public, voluntary, civic, religious, and professional welfare organizations and groups, or other persons with special knowledge, experience, or qualifications with respect to child-welfare services, and the public.

(c) (1) The Secretary shall make available to the Council such secretarial, clerical, and other assistance and such other pertinent data prepared by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare as it may require to carry out such functions.

(2) Members of the Council, while serving on business of the Council (inclusive of travel time), shall receive compensation at rates fixed by the Secretary, but not exceeding $50 per day; and shall be entitled to receive actual and necessary traveling expenses and per diem in lieu of subsistence while so serving away from their places of residence.

(d) The Council shall make a report of its findings and recommenations (including recommendations for changes in the provisions of art 3 of title V of the Social Security Act) to the Secretary and to tie Congress on or before January 1, 1960, after which date such iouncil shall cease to exist.

SOCIAL SECURITY ACT AMENDMENTS OF 1959

'. L. 86-284 (73 Stat. 566)

STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTAL EMPLOYEES

Sec. 3. Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (d) (5) (A) f section 218 of the Social Security Act and the references thereto n subsections (d) (1) and (d) (3) of such section 218, the agreement rith the State of Oklahoma heretofore entered into pursuant to such ection 218 may, at any time prior to 1962, be modified pursuant to ubsection (c) (4) of such section 218 so as to apply to services performed by any individual employed by such State (or any political iubdivision thereof) in any policeman*s position covered by a retirenent system in effect on the date of enactment of this Act if (1) in he case of an individual performing such services on such date, such ndrvidual is ineligible to become a member of such retirement system, >r, in the case of an individual who prior to such date has ceased to perform such services, such individual was, on the last day he did perform such services, ineligible to become a member of such retirement system, and (2) such State has, prior to 1959, paid to the Secretary of the Treasury, with respect to any of the services performed by such individual in any such position, the sums prescribed pursuant to subsection (e) (1) of such section 218. Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (f) of such section 218, such modification shall be effective with respect to (i) all services performed by such individual in any such position on or after the date of enactment of this Act, and (ii) all such services, performed before such date, with respect to which such State has paid to the Secretary of the Treasury the sums prescribed pursuant to subsection (e) of such section 218, at the time or times established pursuant to such subsection.

SOCIAL SECURITY ACT AMENDMENTS OF 1960

P. L. 86-778 (74 Stat. 927)

EXTENSION OF TIME FOR MINISTERS TO ELECT COVERAGE

Sec. 101. (d) In the case of a certificate or supplemental certificate filed pursuant to section 1402 (e) (3) (B) or (5) of the Internal Eevenue Code of 1954—

(1) for purposes of computing interest, the due date for the payment of the tax under section 1401 which is due for any taxable year ending before 1959 solely by reason of the filing of a certificate which is effective under such section 1402 (e) (3) (B) or (5) shall be April 15,1962;

(2) the statutory period for the assessment of any tax for any such year which is attributable to the filing of such certificate shall not expire before the expiration of 3 years from such dne date; and

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(3) for purposes of section 6651 of such Code (relating to addition to tax for failure to file tax return), the amount of tai required to be shown on the return shall not include such tai under section 1401.

(e) The provisions of section 205 (c) (5) (F) of the Social Security Act, insofar as they prohibit inclusion in the records of the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare of self-employment income for a taxable year when the return or statement including such income is filed after the time limitation following such taxable year, shall not be applicable to earnings which are derived in any taxable year ending before 1960 and which constitute self-employment income solely by reason of the filing of a certificate which is effective under section 1402 (e) (3) (B) or (5) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954.

(f) The amendments made by this section" shall be applicable (except as otherwise specifically indicated therein) only with respect to certificates (and supplemental certificates) filed pursuant to seciion 1402(e) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 after the date of the enactment of this Act; except that no monthly benefits under title II of the Social Security Act for the month in which this Act is enacted or any prior month shall be payable or increased by reason of such amendments, and no lump-sum death payment under such title shall be payable or increased by reason of such amendments in the case of any individual who died prior to the date of the enactment of this Act.

State And Local Governmental Employees Sec. 102. * * *

Statute of Limitations for State and Local Coverage

(f) (3) (B) In any case in which the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare has notified a State prior to the beginning of such second calendar year [January 1, 1962] that there is an amount due by such State, that such State's claim for a credit or refund of ( overpayment is disallowed, or that such State has been allowed a credit or refund of an overpayment, under an agreement pursuant to section 218 of the Social Security Act, then the Secretary shall be deemed to have made an assessment of such amount due as provided in section 218 (q) of such Act or notified the State of such allowance or disallowance, as the case may be, on the first day of such second calendar year. In such a case the 90-day limitation in section 218 (s) of such Act shall not be applicable with respect to the assessment so deemed to have been made or the notification of allowance or disallowance so deemed to have been given the State. However, the preceding sentences of this subparagraph shall not apply if the Secretary makes an assessment of such amount due or notifies the State of such allowance or disallowance on or after the first day of the second calendar year following the year in which this Act is enacted and within the

"In addition to the changes made by paragraphs (d) and (e) of sec. 101, paragraplii (a), (b), and (c) of sec. 101 amended sec. 1402 (e) (2), (S), and (5) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1964, p. 829.

;riod specified in section 218 (q) of the Social Security Act or the jriod specified in section 218 (r) of such Act, as the case may be.

Validation of Coverage for Certain Mississippi Teachers

(h.) For purposes of the agreement under section 218 of the Social scurity Act entered into by the State of Mississippi, services of :achers in such State performed after February 28, 1951, and prior > October 1, 1959, shall be deemed to have been performed by such lachers as employees of the State. The term "teacher" as used in the receding sentence means—

(1) any individual who is licensed to serve in the capacity of teacher, librarian, registrar supervisor, principal, or superintendent and who is principally engaged in the public elementary or secondary school system 01 the State in any one or more of such capacities;

(2) any employee in the office of the county superintendent of education or the county school supervisor, or in the office of the principal of any county or municipal public elementary or secondary school in the State; and

(3) any individual licensed to serve in the capacity of teacher \vho is engaged in any educational capacity in any day or night school conducted under the supervision of the State department of education as a part of the adult education program provided for under the laws of Mississippi or under the laws of the United States.

Justices of the Peace and Constables in the State of Nebraska

(i) Notwithstanding any provision of section 218 of the Social Security Act, the agreement with the State of Nebraska entered into pursuant to such section may, at the option of such State, be modified so as to exclude services performed within such State by individuals as justices of the peace or constables, if such individuals are compensated for such services on a fee basis. Any modification of such agreement pursuant to this subsection shall be effective with respect to services performed after an effective date specified in such modification, except that such date shall not be earlier than the date of enactment of this Act [September 13, I960].

Certain Employees in the State of California

(k) Notwithstanding any provision of section 218 of the Social Security Act, the agreement with the State of California heretofore entered into pursuant to such section may at the option of such State be modified, at any time prior to 1962, pursuant to subsection (c) (4) of such section 218, so as to apply to services performed by any individual who, on or after January 1, 1957, and on or before December 31, 1959, was employed by such State (or any political subdivision thereof) in any hospital employee's position which, on September 1, 1954, was covered by a retirement system, but which, prior to 1960, was removed from coverage by such retirement system if, prior to July 1, 1960, there have been paid in good faith to the Secretary of the Treasury, with respect to any of the services performed by such individual in any such position, amounts equivalent to the sum of the taxes which would have been imposed by sections 3101 and 3111 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 if such services had constituted employment for purposes of chapter 21 of such Code at the time thej were performed. Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (f) of such section 218 such modification shall be effective with respect to (1) all services performed by such individual in any such position on or after January 1, 1960, and (2) all such services, performed before such date, with respect to which amounts equivalent to suci taxes have, prior to the date of enactment of this subsection, been paid.

EXTENSION OF THE PBOORAM TO GUAM AND AMERICAN SAMOA

Sec. 103. (v) (2) The amendments made by subsections (c) and (n) shall have application only as expressly provided therein, and determinations as to whether an officer or employee of the Government of Guam or the Government of American Samoa or any political subdivision thereof, or of any instrumentality of any one or more of the foregoing which is wholly owned thereby, is an employee of the United States or any agency or instrumentality thereof within the meaning of any provision of law not affected by such amendments, shall be made without any inferences drawn from such amendments.

(3) The repeal (by subsection (j) (1)) of section 219 of the Social Security Act, and the elimination (by subsections (e), (f), (h), (j) (2), and (j) (3)) of other provisions of such Act making reference to such section 219, shall not oe construed as changing or otherwise affecting the effective date specified in such section for the extension to the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico of the insurance system under title II of such Act, the manner or consequences of such extension, or the status of any individual with respect to whom the provisions so eliminated are applicable.

EMPLOYEES OF NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS

Sec. 105. (b) (1) If—

(A) an individual performed service in the employ of an organization after 1950 with respect to which remuneration was paid before July 1, 1960, and such service is expected from employment under section 210 (a) (8) (B) of the Social Security Act,

(B) such service would have constituted employment as defined in section 210 of such Act if the requirements of section 3121 (k) (1) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 (or corresponding provisions of prior law) were satisfied,

(C) such organization paid before August 11, 1960, any amount, as taxes imposed by sections 3101 and 3111 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 (or corresponding provisions of prior law), with respect to such remuneration paid by the organization to tie individual for such service,

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