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58 Stat. 201.
Detection and pros- trict of Columbia : Provided, That not more than $100,000 of the total
amount appropriated herein may be expended by the Commissioner of Internal Revenue for detecting and bringing to trial persons guilty of violating the internal-revenue laws or conniving at the same, including payments for information and detection of such violation.
Refunds and payments of processing and related taxes: For refunds
and payments of processing and related taxes as authorized by titles 49 Stat. 1739, 1747. IV and VII, Revenue Act of 1936, as amended; for refunds of taxes 641-643
, 611-650, Supp. collected (including penalties and interest) under the Cotton Act of IV, $$ 644, 648.
April 21, 1934, as amended (48 Stat. 598), the Tobacco Act of June 7 U. 8. C. 88701-725,
28, 1934, as amended (48 Stat. 1275), and the Potato Act of August 24, 1935 (49 Stat. 782), in accordance with the Second Deficiency
Appropriation Act, fiscal year 1938 (52 Stat. 1150), as amended, and Redemption of tax as otherwise authorized by law; and for redemption of tax stamps pur
chased under the aforesaid Tobacco and Potato Acts, there is hereby continued available, during the fiscal year 1946, the unexpended balance of the funds made available to the Treasury Department for these purposes for the fiscal year 1945 by the Treasury Department Appropriation Act, 1945.
Additional income tax on railroads in Alaska : For the payment to the Treasurer of Alaska of an amount equal to the tax of 1 per centum collected on the gross annual income of all railroad corporations doing business in Alaska, on business done in Alaska, which tax is in addition to the normal income tax collected from such corporations on net income, the amount of such additional tax to be applicable to general Territorial purposes, $9,600.
Refunding internal-revenue collections (indefinite appropriation): For refunding internal-revenue collections, as provided by law, including the payment of claims for the prior fiscal years and payment of accounts arising under “Allowance or draw-back (Internal Revenue)”, “Redemption of stamps (Internal Revenue)”, “Refunding legacy taxes, Act of March 30, 1928”, and “Repayment of taxes on distilled spirits
destroyed by casualty", there is hereby appropriated such amount as Report to Congress. may be necessary: Provided, That a report shall be made to Congress
by internal-revenue districts and alphabetically arranged of all dis46 Stat. 996; 53 Stat. bursements hereunder in excess of $500 as required by section 3 of the 26 U. 8. C. $ 3776. Act of May 29, 1928 (sec. 3776, I. R. C.), including the names of all
persons and corporations to whom such payments are made, together with the amount paid to each.
45 Stat. 398.
BUREAU OF NARCOTICS
53 Stat. 269-283, 382387.
35 Stat. 614. 46 Stat. 585. 56 Stat. 1045.
Salaries and expenses: For expenses to enforce sections 2550–2565; 26 U. 8. C. $2550 et 2567—2571; 2590–2603; 3220–3228; 3230–3238 of the Internal Revenue seg.: Supp. IV, $ 2550 Code; the Narcotic Drugs Import and Export Act, as amended (21
U. S. C. 171–184); the Act of June 14, 1930 (5 U. S. C. 282–282c and
21 U. S. C. 197–198) and the Opium Poppy Control Act of 1942 (21 220.127.116.11Supp. U.S. C. Supp. III, 188–188n), including the employment of executive IV, $$ 188–188n.
officers, attorneys, agents, inspectors, chemists, supervisors, clerks, messengers, and other necessary employees in the field and in the Bureau of Narcotics in the District of Columbia, to be appointed as authorized by law; the securing of information and evidence of violations of the afore-mentioned laws and regulations promulgated thereunder; the costs of chemical analyses made by others than employees of the United States; the purchase of such supplies, equipment, mechanical devices, books, stationery (not to exceed $6,000),
and such other expenditures as may be necessary in the several field offices; cost incurred by officers and employees of the Bureau of Narcotics in the seizure, forfeiture, storage, and disposition of property under the Act
53 Stat. 1291.
of August 9, 1939 (49 U. S. C. 781-788) and the internal-revenue laws; hire, maintenance, repair, and operation of motor-propelled or horsedrawn passenger-carrying vehicles when necessary for official use in field work; purchase of arms and ammunition; in all, $1,167,400, of which amount not to exceed $165,873 may be expended for personal services in the District of Columbia : Provided, That not exceeding Dissemination of in$10,000 may be expended for the collection and dissemination of infor formation, etc. mation and appeal for law observance and law enforcement, including cost of printing, purchase of newspapers, and other necessary expenses in connection therewith: Provided further, That not exceeding $10,000 Apprehension of may be expended for services or information looking toward the apprehension of narcotic law violators who are fugitives from justice: Provided further, That moneys expended from this appropriation for Reimbursement. the purchase of narcotics including marihuana, and subsequently recovered shall be reimbursed to the appropriation for enforcement of the narcotic and marihuana laws current at time of the deposit.
Printing and binding: For printing and binding for the Bureau of Narcotics, $4,000.
narcotic law violators.
BUREAU OF ENGRAVING AND PRINTING
38 Stat. 785. 26 U. 8. C. 992550, 3220; Supp. IV, 802550, 3220.
For the work of engraving and printing, exclusive of repay work, during the fiscal year 1946, United States currency and internalrevenue stamps, including opium orders and special-tax stamps required under the Act of December 17, 1914 (26 U.S. C. 1040, 1383), checks, drafts, and miscellaneous work, as follows:
Salaries and expenses : For the Director, two Assistant Directors, and other personal services in the District of Columbia, including wages of rotary press plate printers at per diem rates and all other plate printers at piece rates to be fixed by the Secretary of the Treasury, not to exceed the rates usually paid for such work; and all other necessary expenses, except printing and binding, including
Materials. engravers' and printers' materials and other materials, including distinctive and nondistinctive paper, except distinctive paper for United States currency and Federal Reserve bank currency; purchase of card and continuous form checks; equipment of, repairs to, and maintenance of buildings and grounds and ininor alterations to buildings; periodicals, examples of engraving and printing, including foreign securities and stamps, and books of reference, not to exceed $500; traveling expenses not to exceed $15,000; articles approved by the Secretary of the Treasury as being necessary for the protection of the person of employees, not to exceed $2,200; stationery, not to exceed $5,000; transfer to the Bureau of Standards for scientific
Scientific investigainvestigations in connection with the work of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, not to exceed $15,000; and maintenance and driving of two motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles; $10,400,000, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury.
Printing and binding: For printing and binding for the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, $5,500. During the fiscal year 1946 all proceeds derived from work per: ceeds from work.
proformed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, by direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, not covered and embraced in the appropriations for such Bureau for such fiscal year, instead of being covered into the Treasury as miscellaneous receipts, as provided by the Act of August 4, 1886 (31 U. S. C. 176), shall be credited when 24 Stat, 227. received to the appropriations for such Bureau for the fiscal year 1946.
SECRET SERVICE DIVISION
Salaries : For the Chief of the Division and other personal services in the District of Columbia, $72,500.
Suppressing counterfeiting and other crimes: For salaries and other expenses in detecting, arresting, and delivering into the custody of the United States marshal or other officer having jurisdiction, dealers and pretended dealers in counterfeit money, persons engaged in counterfeiting, forging, and altering United States notes, bonds, nationalbank notes, Federal Reserve notes, Federal Reserve bank notes, and other obligations and securities of the United States and of foreign governments (including endorsements thereon and assignments thereof), as well as the coins of the United States and of foreign governments, and persons committing other crimes against the laws of the United States relating to the Treasury Department and the several branches of the public service under its control; purchase (not to exceed thirteen), hire, maintenance, repair, and operation of motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles when necessary; purchase of arms and ammunition; stationery (not to exceed $7,500); traveling expenses;
and for no other purpose whatsoever, except in the performance of Protection of the other duties specifically authorized by law, and in the protection of President, etc. Post, p. 184. the person of the President and the members of his immediate family
and of the person chosen to be President of the United States, Information, con $1,400,000: Provided, That of the amount herein appropriated not to corning law violations.
exceed $15,000 may be expended in the discretion of the Secretary of the Treasury for the purpose of securing information concerning violations of the laws relating to the Treasury Department, and for services or information looking toward the apprehension of criminals.
White House Police: For one captain, one inspector, four lieutenants, six sergeants, and one hundred and eight privates, at rates of pay provided by law, $260,000, notwithstanding the provisions of the Act of April 22, 1940 (3 U.S. C. 62).
For uniforming and equipping the White House Police, including the purchase, issue, and repair of revolvers, and the purchase and issue of ammunition and miscellaneous supplies, to be procured in such manner as the President in his discretion may determine, $9,000.
Salaries and expenses, guard force, Treasury buildings: For salaries and expenses of the guard force for Treasury Department buildings in the District of Columbia, including the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, and elsewhere, including purchase, repair, and cleaning of uniforms, maintenance, repair, and operation of motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles, and the purchase of
arms and ammunition and miscellaneous equipment, $654,000: ProAnte, p. 63.
vided, That not to exceed $100,000 of the appropriation “Salaries and expenses, Bureau of Engraving and Printing", may be transferred to this appropriation to cover service rendered such Bureau in connection with the protection of currency, bonds, stamps, and other papers of value the cost of producing which is not covered and
embraced in the direct appropriations for such Bureau: Provided Supervisors.
further, That the Secretary of the Treasury may detail two agents of the Secret Service to supervise such force.
Printing and binding: For printing and binding for the Secret Service Division, $7,000.
Reimbursement to District of Columbia, benefit payments to White fit payments. House Police and Secret Service forces: To enable the Secretary of
84 Stat. 156.
Transfer of funds.
the Treasury to reimburse the District of Columbia on a monthly basis for benefit payments made from the revenues of the District of Columbia to members of the White House Police force and such members of the United States Secret Service Division as are entitled
Reimbursement to D. C. for certain bene
D.O. Code $4-508.
thereto under the Act of October 14, 1940 (54 Stat. 1118), to the extent that such benefit payments are in excess of the salary deductions of such members credited to said revenues of the District of Columbia during the fiscal year 1946, pursuant to section 12 of the Act of September 1, 1916 (39 Stat. 718), as amended, $31,500.
D. O. Code $4-503.
BUREAU OF THE MINT
Salaries and expenses, Office of the Director: For personal services in the District of Columbia and for assay laboratory chemicals, fuel, materials, balances, weights, stationery (not to exceed $700), books, periodicals, specimens of coins, ores, and travel and other expenses incident to the examination of mints, visiting mints for the purpose of superintending the annual settlement, and for the collection of statistics relative to the annual production and consumption of the precious metals in the United States, $145,000.
Transportation of bullion and coin: For transportation of bullion and coin, by registered mail or otherwise, between mints, assay offices, and bullion depositories, $12,800, including compensation of temporary employees and other necessary expenses.
Salaries and expenses, mints and assay offices: For compensation of officers and employees of the mints at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; San Francisco, California; and Denver, Colorado; the assay offices at New York, New York; and Seattle, Washington, and the bullion depositories at Fort Knox, Kentucky; and West Point, New York, including necessary personal services for carrying out the provisions of the Gold Reserve Act of 1934 and the Silver Purchase Act of 1934, and any Executive orders, proclamations, and regulations issued 448; Supp. IV, $$ 754a, thereunder, and for incidental and contingent expenses, including traveling expenses, stationery (not to exceed $2,900), new machinery and repairs, arms and ammunition, purchase and maintenance of Post, p. 237. uniforms and accessories for guards, protective devices, and thei maintenance, training of employees in use of firearms and protective devices, maintenance, repair, and operation of three motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles, cases and enameling for medals manufactured, net wastage in melting and refining and in coining departments, loss on sale of sweeps arising from the treatment of bullion and the manufacture of coins, not to exceed $500 for the expenses of the annual assay commission, and not exceeding $1,000 for the acquisition, at the dollar face amount or otherwise, of specimen and rare coins, including United States and foreign gold coins and pieces of gold used as, or in lieu of, money, and ores, for addition to the Government's collection of such coins, pieces, and ores, $5,400,000.
Printing and binding: For printing and binding for the Bureau of the Mint, $8,000.
48 Stat. 337, 1178.
754b, 821, 822a.
Post, p. 514.
12 U. S. C., Supp. IV, $ 412.
Annual assay commission.
Salaries and expenses: For the Director of Procurement and other personal services in the District of Columbia and in the field service, and for miscellaneous expenses, including office supplies and materials, stationery (not to exceed $27,500), purchase of motortrucks and maintenance and operation of such trucks and motor-propelled passengercarrying vehicles, telegrams, telephone service, traveling expenses, office equipment, fuel, light, electric current, and other expenses for carrying into effect regulations governing the procurement, warehousing, and distribution by the Procurement Division of the Treasury Department of property, equipment, stores, and supplies in the District of Columbia and in the field, $1,300,000: Provided, That the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and directed during the fiscal year 1946 to transfer to this appropriation from any appropriations or funds
Transfer of funds.
available to the several departments and establishments of the Government for the fiscal year 1946 such amounts as may be approved by the Bureau of the Budget, not to exceed the sum of (a) the amount of the annual compensation of employees who may be transferred or detailed to the Procurement Division, respectively, from any such department or establishment, where the transfer or detail of such employees is incident to a transfer of a function or functions to that Division and (b) such amount as the Bureau of the Budget may determine to be necessary for expenses other than personal services incident to the
proper carrying out of functions so transferred : Provided further, Continuance of That when there has been or shall be transferred from any agency for non-Federal agen- of the Government to the Procurement Division any function of ware
housing, and the agency from which such function is being transferred is authorized at the time of such transfer to perform functions of procurement, warehousing, or distribution of property, equipment, stores, or supplies for non-Federal agencies the Procurement Division is authorized during the fiscal year 1946 to continue the performance of such functions for such non-Federal agencies where such functions are to be discontinued by the agency from which the warehousing function has been transferred, and the receipts, including surcharge,
for all issues to and all advances by all non-Federal agencies shall be Payments for sup- credited to the general supply fund: Provided further, That payments
during the fiscal year 1946 to the general supply fund for materials, and supplies (including fuel), and services, and overhead expenses for all issues shall be made on the books of the Treasury Department by transfer and counterwarrants prepared by the Procurement Division of the Treasury Department and countersigned by the Comptroller General, such warrants to be based solely on itemized invoices pre
pared by the Procurement Division at issue prices to be fixed by the Transactions with Director of Procurement: Provided further, That payments covering Government agencies. transactions between the Procurement Division and field offices of
other Government agencies whose detailed appropriation or fund accounts are maintained elsewhere than within the District of Columbia, may be made on the basis of itemized vouchers or invoices prepared by the Procurement Division and sent through the appropriate field offices to the disbursing officers for the agencies involved, who are hereby authorized to make payment based (1) upon certification of the Procurement Division, which shall include the specific statement that the vouchers are issued pursuant to and in conformity with purchase orders or requisitions duly executed by the agency billed, and (2) upon approval and certification of such vouchers by the agency billed, which action shall be based upon acceptance of the Procurement Division certification as made, subject to later adjustment if necessary, the
responsibility of the certifying officer to be limited to the availability Standard forms and of the funds to be charged: Provided further, That the general supply
fund may be used to purchase from or through the Public Printer standard forms and blankbook work for field warehouse stocking and issue, but issues thereof shall be made only to Government agencies and shall be chargeable to applicable appropriation authorizations or limitations of such agencies for printing and binding, and reports of.
such issues shall be made as the Public Printer may require: Provided ad- further, That advances received pursuant to law (31 U.S. C. 686) from
departments and establishments of the United States Government and 3.1886. C., Supp. the government of the District of Columbia during the fiscal year 1946 IV, 686.
shall be credited to the general supply fund: Provided further, That during the fiscal year 1946 there shall be available from the general
supply fund for personal services in the District of Columbia not to Per diem employees exceed $1,250,000: Provided further, That per diem employees engaged
in work in connection with operations of the fuel yards may be paid
blankbook work for field warehouses.
Crediting of vances.
47 Stat. 417.
at fuel yards.