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sonal services heretofore submitted to the Congress for the fiscal year 1952 contemplated would be employed by the Treasury and Post Office Departments and the Export-Import Bank of Washington during such fiscal year in the performance of
(1) functions performed by a person designated as an information specialist, information and editorial specialist, publications and information coordinator, press relations officer or counsel, photographer, radio expert, television expert, motion-picture expert, or publicity expert, or designated by any similar title, or
(2) functions performed by persons who assist persons performing the functions described in (1) in drafting, preparing, editing, typing, duplicating, or disseminating public information publications or releases, radio or television scripts, magazine articles, photographs, motion pictures, and similar material, shall be available to pay the compensation of persons performing the functions described in (1) or (2). .
Sec. 403. Except for the automobiles officially assigned to the Secretary of the Treasury and the Postmaster General, respectively, and automobiles assigned for operation by the Secret Service Division, no part of any appropriation contained in this Act shall be used to pay the compensation of any civilian employee of the Government whose primary duties consist of acting as chauffeur of any Governmentowned passenger motor vehicle (other than a bus or ambulance), unless such appropriation is specifically authorized to be used for paying the compensation of employees performing such duties.
Sec. 404. This Act may be cited as the “Treasury and Post Office
Approved August 11, 1951.
$587, 598,000 Total, Title II—Post Office Department ------ 2, 340, 800, 000
Grand Total, Treasury and Post Office Departments Appro-
$2,928,398,000 NOTE. In addition to the appropriations for the fiscal year 1952 made in the foregoing annual appropriation Act, the following additional amounts are available for such departments for such fiscal year:
Permanent and indefinite appropriations (general and spe
cial accounts, Treasury Department (pp. 515-549)-------- $9, 211, 942, 982 Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1952, Treasury Department (p. 245)----
31, 775, 000 Private laws (pp. 518, 519) --
- 9, 214, 163, 194 Grand total, exclusive of trust funds under permanent ap-propriations--
---° 12,172,561,194 Treasury Department---
$9, 831, 761, 194 Post Office Department.
2, 340, 800,000
a For trust funds, see pp. 545–549.
SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION ACT, 1952
[PUBLIC Law 253—82D CONGRESS]
[H. R. 5215]
30, 1952, and for other purposes, approved November 1, 1951 Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the following sums are appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to supply supplemental appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1952, and for other purposes, namely:
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATOR OF RENT CONTROL
SALARIES AND EXPENSES For necessary expenses for “Office of Administrator of Rent Control”, $136,650.
OFFICE OF CIVIL DEFENSE
SALARIES AND EXPENSES
For all expenses necessary for the Office of Civil Defense, including personal services without reference to the civil-service laws as related to recruitment; and services as authorized by section 15 of the Act of August 2, 1946 (5 U. S. C. 55a); $275,000--
DIVISION OF EXPENSES The sums appropriated in this Act for the District of Columbia shall, unless otherwise specifically provided, be paid out of the general fund of the District of Columbia, as defined in the District of Columbia Appropriation Act of 1952. . Total, District of Columbia (chapter I)----
SALARIES, OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES
Office of the Secretary: For an additional amount (effective on the first day of the first month following enactment of this Act) to increase
the basic salary of parliamentarian from $8,000 to $12,500 so long as the position is held by the present incumbent; and for the basic salary of assistant parliamentarian to be selected by the parliamentarian, $5,940; $7,120, and the Legislative Branch Appropriation Act for the fiscal year 1952 hereby is amended accordingly.
For payment to Eleanor M. Fellows, widow of Frank Fellows, late a Representative from the State of Maine, $12,500----
For payment to Winifred Gillette, widow of Wilson D. Gillette, late a Representative from the State of Pennsylvania, $12,500.-----
For payment to Ruth M. Vaughn, widow of Albert C. Vaughn, late a Representative from the State of Pennsylvania, $12,500.-
For payment to Ida Stefan, widow of Karl Stefan, late a Representative from the State of Nebraska, $12,500_----
12, 500 12, 500 12,500 12, 500
CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE HOUSE Special and select committees : For an additional amount, fiscal year 1951, for “Special and select committees”, $50,000 ------ ----
Stationery (revolving fund): For an additional amount for stationery, first session, Eighty-second Congress, including an additional stationery allowance of $300 for each Representative, Delegate, and the Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico, $132,400, to remain available until expended.
For payment to James C. Davis, contestee, for expenses incurred in the contested election case of Lowe versus Davis, as audited and recommended by the Committee on House Administration, $1,275--------
For payment to Thomas B. Curtis, contestee, for expenses incurred in the contested election case of Karst versus Curtis, as audited and recommended by the Committee on House Administration, $1,460---
For payment to Raymond W. Karst, contestant, for expenses incurred in the contested election case of Karst versus Curtis, as audited and recommended by the Committee on House Administration, $1,889------
------------------------[Total, House of Representatives, $237,024.]
Total, Legislative Branch (chapter II)--
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
LEGAL ACTIVITIES AND GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
SALARIES AND EXPENSES OF DISTRICT ATTORNEYS, AND SO FORTH
For an additional amount, fiscal year 1950, for “Salaries and expenses of district attorneys, and so forth”, $27,000----------
SALARIES AND EXPENSES OF MARSHALS, AND SO FORTH
For an additional amount, fiscal year 1950, for "Salaries and expenses of marshals, and so forth”, $46,000_-----
FEES AND EXPENSES OF WITNESSES For an additional amount, fiscal year 1951, for "Fees and expenses of witnesses”, not to exceed $75,000, to be derived by transfer from the appropriation for “Salaries and expenses, United States Attorneys and Marshals, 1951”.
PROPERTY CLAIMS OF ALIEN ENEMIES
The unobligated balance of the appropriation for “Property claims of alien enemies, 1950”, shall remain availabe until June 30, 1952.
IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE
For payment of claims for extra pay for Sunday and holiday services under the Act of March 2, 1931, as construed by the Court of Claims in the case of Renner and Krupp versus the United States (106 Court of Claims 676), fiscal year 1946 and prior fiscal years, $34,404.---
SALARIES AND EXPENSES For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses”, $1,000,000; and appropriations granted under this head shall be available for the purchase of not to exceed twenty-five additional passenger motor vehicles.
FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM
BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES
For an additional amcunt for "Buildings and facilities”, $400,000, for construction of a complete Federal jail at Anchorage, Alaska, on a site to be selected by the Attorney General.
SUPPORT OF UNITED STATES PRISONERS
For an additional amount, fiscal year 1951, for “Support of United
[Total, Department of Justice, $1,957,404.]
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
CIVIL AERONAUTICS ADMINISTRATION
CLAIMS, FEDERAL AIRPORT ACT
OTHER COURTS AND SERVICES
FEES OF COMMISSIONERS
For an additional amount, fiscal year 1951, for "Fees of commissioners”, $70,000.-------
Total, Departments of Justice, Commerce, and the Judiciary
2, 972, 009
TITLE I–TREASURY DEPARTMENT
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY
For an additional amount, fiscal year 1951, for "Damage claims”, $19,500, to be derived by transfer from the appropriation to the Coast Guard for “Operating expenses, 1951”.
BUREAU OF THE PUBLIC DEBT
ADMINISTERING THE PUBLIC DEBT For an additional amount for “Administering the public debt”, $500,000: Provided, That no part of this or any other appropriation shall be used to pay for time and space for advertising the savings bond program by press, radio, or television.
BUREAU OF NARCOTICS
SALARIES AND EXPENSES
For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses, Bureau of Narcotics”, $400,000 --
For an additional amount for “Operating expenses”, $28,000,000: Provided, That limitations under this head in the Treasury Department Appropriation Act, 1952, are changed as follows: Amount that may be expended for recreation, amusement, comfort, and contentment of enlisted personnel of the Coast Guard, increased to "$350,000”; number of aircraft on hand, increased to "one hundred and thirty-seven”; and the number of enlisted personnel of the Coast Guard who may be detailed for duty at Coast Guard Headquarters, increased to "seventy-five".
ACQUISITION, CONSTRUCTION, AND IMPROVEMENTS For an additional amount for “Acquisition, construction, and improvements”, $2,875,000, to remain available until expended; and appropriations granted under this head shall be available for services as authorized by section 15 of the Act of August 2, 1946 (5 U. S. C. 55a).
[Total, Treasury Department, $31,775,000.]