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12/11/1975--Reported to Senate amended. (Reported to Senate from the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service with amendment, S. Rept. 94-540) Provides that no payment shall be made from the civil service retirement fund unless an application for benefits based on the service of a Federal employee or Member of Congress is received in the Civil Service Commission before the one hundred and fifteenth anniversary of his birth. Provides that after the death of a Federal employee, Member of Congress, or annuitant, no benefit based on his service shall be paid from the fund unless an application thereafter is received in the Civil Service Commission within 30 years after the death or other event which gives rise to title to the benefit.