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Statement showing the total appropriations for the fiscal years 1952 to 1964, and

budget estimates for the fiscal years 1952 to 1965

APPROPRIATIONS

ESTIMATES

1952_,
$10, 474, 535 1952.-

$11, 542, 000 3d supplemental (pay

H. Doc. 358_

824, 000 act) (Public Law 375) 824, 000 1953.

11, 778,000 Reduction (Public Law

1954.

12, 150, 000 375, ch. XIII) -34, 500 1955_

11, 775, 000 1953. 11, 003, 500 1956_

11, 975, 000 1954 11, 284, 000 H. Doc. 341_

775, 000 1955. 111, 670, 000 1957_.

14, 000, 000 Public Law 123 (pay

1958

17,500,000 act)172, 157 1959_

17,500,000 1956_

12, 121, 000 Supplemental (S. Doc. Public Law 533 (pay

110)

500,000 act)

775, 000

Proposed supplemental 1957 14, 879, 696 (pay act)

1, 524, 000 1958_ 16, 750,000 1960..

20, 150, 000 Public Law 85–472 (pay

1961.

20, 500,000 act)-

662, 375 Proposed supplemental 1959.. 17,000,000 (pay act)

1, 313, 000 Supplemental (Public

1962--

22, 200,000 Law 85–766).

300,000 Proposed supplemental (H. 2d supplemental (pay

Doc. 217).

2 14, 700, 000 act) (Public Law 86–

Proposed supplemental 30)

1, 447, 800 (Public Law 87–139). 125,000 1960 19, 650,000 1963

23, 200,000 1961.

20, 138, 500 Proposed supplemental 3d supplemental (pay

(Public Law 87–793) -- 944, 000 act) (Public Law 87

1964.

25, 450,000 14) 1, 313, 000 1965.

25, 850, 000 1962--

22, 075,000 Supplemental (Public Law 87-332)

14, 700, 000 2d supplemental (Public

Law 87-545) Travel
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(70, 000) 1963

22, 606, 000 Supplemental (pay act)

(Public Law 87-793) -- 896, 800 1964.----

24, 670,000 1 Includes $170,000 for Defense Transport activities which was not provided for in the estimate for the Interstate Commerce Commission. Funds for this activity prior to the fiscal year 1955 were appropriated to the Defense Transport Administration, a separate independent agency. The 1955 estimate includes $275,000 submitted by Defense Transport Administration.

2 For payment of loan guaranties required in order to honor guaranties on loans made by private banks to the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad which were in default. The loan guaranties were made by ICC under sec. 503 of the Interstate Commerce Act, as amended,

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1 Excludes an estimate of $80,000 and 4 positions (1964 fiscal year ) and $175,000 and 15 positions (1965 fiscal year) for emergency preparedness functions for which reimbursement will be received from the Office of Emergency Planning.

Obligations by objects

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2, 467
2, 419

2, 508
2, 457

Total.. Average number of all employees. 11 Personnel compensation.. 12 Personnel benefits. 21 Travel and transportation of persons. 22 Transportation of things... 23 Rent, communications, and utilities. 24 Printing and reproduction. 25 Other services. 26 Supplies and materials. 31 Equipment..

Total obligations...

$20, 791, 050

1, 533, 590
1, 297, 620

28,500
362, 110
122, 300
124, 000
276, 000

134, 830 24, 670,000

$21, 777, 170

1, 615, 320 1, 265, 900

29, 500 370, 350 175, 300 127,000 306, 000

183, 460 25,850,000

Summary of estimated obligations for the fiscal year 1965 by objects and functions

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Operating Rights.
Rates and Practices.
Safety and Service:

Director's Office
Car Service
Locomotive Inspection.
Railroad Safety

Total, Safety and Service.
Traffic.
Transport Economics and Statis-

tics.
Water Carriers and Freight For-

warders.
Special items:

Official mail.
Payments to other agencies.
Printing and reproduction..
Travel of witnesses.

Total, Interstate Commerce

Commission.

2, 508 | 23, 392, 490

1, 265, 900

29, 500

117,500

161, 700

91, 150

175, 300

127,000

306, 000

183, 460

2, 457,510 25,850,000

1 Excludes reimbursement of $175,000 from the Office of Emergency Planning for emergency preparedness functions.

2 Cost of operation of this Office is prorated equally among the 3 sections of the Bureau of Safety and Service.

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