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3 Includes $613,000,000 estimated for railroad retirement account for which direct appropriation was recommended by the Senate. Public Law included indefinite appropriation.

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544, 800,000 ---do 20,798, 845, 700 ...do. 15, 737, 920,000 ...do..... 20,596,300,000 --.do..... 140,586,650

July 25 12,000,000 6.837, 902, 465 | June 13

564, 186, 000 July 3 2, 744, 253, 760 June 6

231, 289, 000 - .do... 1,886, 887, 260 ...do..-3 626, 077, 500 ---do....

81, 921,586 Sept. 12 7, 527, 527, 790 Oct. 16 1, 256, 236, 241 Aug. 21

283, 686, 476 -..do..-184, 356,000 --.do.... 763, 763, 925 -..do....

24, 429, 840 ---do.... 2,958, 425, 000 July 18

597, 251, 000 2,361, 174,000 81, 142, 396, 931

|--.do... 138, 407, 290 12,000,000

||Aug. 3 6, 212, 199, 663 Aug. 31

518, 065, 353 do.. 2, 527, 844, 386

223,042, 156 --.do.... 1, 729, 799, 865 4 575, 002, 365 -..do..-

73, 820, 507 Oct. 11 7, 208, 401, 400 Oct. 31 1,043, 483, 863 Oct. 22

227, 877,838 ...do..-182, 137, 600 .do.... 609, 500, 560 ---do....

23, 967,865 ---do..-2,921, 518, 344 Aug. 11

593, 294, 647 2,328, 223, 697 81, 488, 174, 488

6. 221, 959, 620 June 20

520, 002, 307 July 13 2, 528, 338, 831 June 14

223, 536, 601-..do.... 1, 729, 799, 865 ---do.... 4 575, 002, 365 --.do.. -

73, 767, 651 Sept. 14 7, 208, 401, 400 Oct. 18 1, 020, 913, 263 Aug. 24

205, 877, 838 -..do.... 181, 567, 000 ..do... 609, 500, 560 ---do..-

23, 967, 865-..do... 2,937, 694, 647

July 27 593, 294, 647 2, 344, 400, 000 83,013, 737, 092

168 249

6, 162, 825, 175 | H. R. 3880.

511, 841, 816 H, R. 3790. 1, 949, 469.861 | H. R. 3709

222, 504, 944 1, 715, 027, 843

11, 937,074

73, 805, 507 | H. R. 4496.-... 7,328, 903, 976 H. R. 5684.-... 1,040, 898, 887 H. R. 4740.....

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607, 242, 911

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2,928, 398, 000 H. R. 3282...

587, 598, 000 2, 340, 800.000 78, 345, 037, 591

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895, 766, 293 Apr. 30 6,489, 653, 000 May 22 2,304, 491,657 Oct. 6 5,087,517,074 | Oct. 18

15,000,000 July 17 400,000,000 Oct. 16 5,000,000 Oct. 4

806, 155 Mar. 12

150,000 June 11 15, 198, 384,179 396, 340, 781, 110

430, 102, 477 | May 10 6, 438, 996, 000 May 24 1,751, 196,781 Oct. 8 4,016, 698, 266 Oct. 19

15,000,000 | July 17 53, 440,000 Oct. 17 5,000,000 Oct. 4

831, 155 Mar. 12

150,000 June 11 12, 711, 414, 679 495,725, 151, 771

431, 127, 477 June 2 6,442,668,000 May 31 1,745, 383,006 Nov, 1 4,020,098, 266 ---do...

25,000,000 July 18 53, 440,000 Oct. 24 5,000,000 Oct. 11 831, 155 Mar. 19

150,000 June 15 12, 723,697,904 * 94, 211, 872, 392

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364,932, 477 H. R. 3587...6,442,668,000 H. R. 3842.... 1,676, 246, 976 H, R. 5215. 4, 146, 407, 108 | H. R. 5650.

25,000,000 | H. J. Res. 292.. 53, 440,000 H. J. Res. 341..|| 5,000,000 H.J. Res. 340.

831, 155 | H. J. Res. 195.

150,000 H. J. Res. 267.. 12,714, 675, 716 91,059, 713, 307

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4 Includes direct appropriation of $562,534,409 for railroad retirement account. . Plus indefinite of $562,534,409 for railroad retirement account.

V. REFERENCES TO INDEFINITE APPROPRIATIONS, EIGHTY-FIRST CON

GRESS, SECOND SESSION, AFTER NOVEMBER 27, 1950, AND THE EIGHTY. SECOND CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION

Deficiency and Supplemental Appropriation Acts, 1951 and 1952:

For payment of interest on judgments rendered against the District of Columbia,

so much as may be necessary is appropriated, payable from the revenues of

such District (p. 22). For the payment of interest (as and when specified in such judgments or in certain

of the settlements of the General Accounting Office or provided by law), and such additional sums due to increases in rates of exchange as may be necessary

to pay claims in foreign currency (pp. 19, 31, 260, and 273). All amounts received by the United States pursuant to paragraphs (1) and (2)

of section 502 of the Act of July 21, 1951 (Public Law 78), shall be credited

to the “Farm labor supply revolving fund, Department of Labor" (p. 247). Funds received as proceeds from sale or other disposition of strategic and critical materials on account of rotation of such materials shall be deposited to the credit, and be available for expenditure for the purposes, of the appropriation

“Strategic and Critical Materials (Act of July 23, 1946)” (p. 249). Department of Agriculture Appropriation Act, 1952:

Collections in an amount not to exceed $2,325,000 from Federal Farm Credit

agencies of assessments and charges, to be advanced by transfer and counterwarrant to the appropriation "Farm Credit Administration," are made available to cover the cost of Farm Credit Administration facilities, examinations,

and other services rendered to such agencies (p. 55). Department of Defense Appropriation Act, 1952:

Not to exceed 15 percent of the fiscal year 1952 receipts of the Alaska com

munication system shall be available for the operation, maintenance, and im

provement of the Alaska communication system (p. 79). District of Columbia Appropriation Act, 1952:

For salary of the Engineer Commissioner, so much as may be necessary to make

the salary of the Army officer holding that position equal to such rate in grade 8 of the professional service of the Classification Act of 1923, as amended, as the Board of Commissioners may determine, is appropriated for the fiscal year

1952 (p. 101). The amounts collected from street-railway companies for repairing pavements

shall be credited to the appropriation for capital outlay, Street and Bridge

Divisions, for the fiscal year 1952, and be available for reexpenditure (p. 111). The Commissioners are authorized and empowered to pay the purchase price and

the cost of installation of new meters or devices installed from fees collected from such new meters or devices, which fees are hereby appropriated for such

purpose, until such time as contracts of purchase have been paid (p. 112). Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1952:

The foregoing appropriation shall be credited with (1) advances or reimbursements for salaries and administrative expenses chargeable against other appropriations of the General Services Administration, and such salaries and expenses may be paid from this appropriation; (2) cost of maintenance, upkeep, and repair included as part of rentals received from Government corporations pursuant to law (40 U. S. C. 129); (3) reimbursements for services performed in respect to bonds and other obligations under the jurisdiction of the General Services Administration, issued by public authorities, States, or other public bodies, and such services in respect to such bonds or obligations as the Administrator deems necessary and in the public interest may, upon the request and at the expense of the issuing agencies, be provided from this appropriation; and (4) appropriations or funds available to other agencies, and transferred to the General Services Administration, in connection with property transferred to the General Services Administration pursuant to the Act of July 2, 1948 (50 U.S. C. 451ff), and such appropriations or funds may, with the approval of the

Bureau of the Budget, be so transferred (p. 126). Certain premiums shall be credited to the appropriation “National service life

insurance,” Veterans' Administration (p. 134). Payments received by the United States Maritime Commission for utilities,

services, and repairs in connection with any lease, contract, or occupancy involving Government property under control of the Commission shall be credited

to the appropriation charged with the cost thereof (p. 139). Interior Department Appropriation Act, 1952:

For construction, purchase, and maintenance of range improvements pursuant

to the provisions of sections 3 and 10 of the Act of June 28, 1934, as amended (43 U. S. C. 315), sums equal to the aggregate of all moneys received as range improvement fees under section 3 of said Act and of 25 percent of all moneys received under section 15 of said Act during the current and prior fiscal years

but not yet appropriated, to remain available until expended (p. 149). For payment to the several States of 5 percent of the net proceeds of sales of

public lands and materials lying within their limits, for the purpose of education or of making public roads and improvements, sums equal to the aggregate of receipts (not to exceed $20,000) covered into the Treasury in accordance with section 4 of the Act of June 26, 1934 (31 U. S. C. 725c), during the current

and prior fiscal years but not yet appropriated (p. 149). For payment to the State of Oklahoma in lieu of all State and local taxes upon

tribal funds accruing under the provisions of the joint resolution of June 12, 1926 (44 Stat. 740), to be expended by the State in the same manner as if received under section 35 of the Act approved February 25, 1920 (30 U. S. C. 191), sums equal to 3772 percent of the royalties received during the current and prior fiscal years (but not yet appropriated) from the south half of Red River in Oklahoma under the provisions of said joint resolution of June 12,

1926 (p. 150). For leasing State, county, or privately owned lands in accordance with the pro

visions of the Act of June 23, 1938 (43 U. S. C. 315m-1), sums equal to the aggregate of receipts covered into the Treasury in accordance with the Act of June 23, 1938 (43 U. S. C. 315m-4), during the current and prior fiscal years but not yet appropriated (p. 150). Not to exceed 3376 percent of all grazing fees received from each grazing district

on Indian lands ceded to the United States for disposition under the publicland laws, to be paid to the State in which said lands are situated, in accordance with the provisions of section 11 of the Act of June 28, 1934, as amended

(43 U. S. C. 315j) (p. 150). Not to exceed the amount of power revenues covered into the Treasury to the

credit of each of the power projects, including revenues credited prior to August 7, 1946, shall be available for the purposes authorized by section 3 of the Act of August 7, 1946 (Public Law 647), including printing and binding, in connection with the respective projects from which such revenues are derived

(p. 152). For fulfilling treaties with Senecas and Six Nations of New York, Choctaws

and Pawnees of Oklahoma, and payment to Indians of Sioux reservations, to be expended as provided by law, such amounts as may be necessary during

the current fiscal year (p. 152). For carrying out the provisions of the Act of August 9, 1950 (Public Law 681),

relative to Federal Aid in fish restoration and management, amount equal to the revenues described in section 3 of such Act and credited during the next

preceding fiscal year and each fiscal year thereafter (p. 160). For carrying out the provisions of the Act of February 26, 1944, as amended

(16 U. S. C. 631a-6317), amount equal to 60 percent of the proceeds covered into the Treasury during the next preceding fiscal year from the sale of sealskins and other products (p. 160).

Labor-Federal Security Appropriation Act, 1952:
Grants to States, next succeeding fiscal year: For making, after May 31 of the

current fiscal year, payments to States under title III of the Social Security
Act, as amended, and under the Act of June 6, 1933, as amended, for the first
quarter of the next succeeding fiscal year, such sums as may be necessary,
the obligations incurred and the expenditures made thereunder for payments
under such title and under such Act of June 6, 1933, to be charged to the

appropriation therefor for that fiscal year (Department of Labor) (p. 169). The aggregate of advance deposits during the current fiscal year to cover payment

of fees by applicants for certification or inspection of such products, to remain available until expended, are available for "Salaries and expenses, certification

and inspection services, Food and Drug Administration” (p. 171). The District of Columbia shall pay by check to Freedmen's Hospital at the

beginning of each quarter such amount as the Surgeon General calculates will be earned on the basis of rates approved by the Bureau of the Budget (Federal

Security Agency) (p. 172). Receipts from non-Federal agencies representing reimbursement for subsistence

and other expenses of travel of employees of the Office of Education performing advisory functions to such agencies shall be credited to the appropriation,

"Salaries and expenses, Office of Education” (p. 173). Payments to States (including Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico), next succeeding

fiscal year: For making, after May 31 of the current fiscal year, payments to States in accordance with the Vocational Rehabilitation Act, as amended (including the objects specified in the appropriation “Payments to States (including Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico), Office of Vocational Rehabilitation”) for the first quarter of the next succeeding fiscal year such sums as may be necessary, the obligations incurred and the expenditures made thereunder to be charged to the appropriation therefor fow that fiscal year: Provided, That the payments made pursuant to this paragraph shall not exceed the amount paid to the States for the first quarter of the current fiscal year (p. 173). Together with the aggregate of amounts received from certificate, supervision,

and examination fees collected from Federal credit unions as authorized by

law (p. 177). Grants to States, next succeeding fiscal year: For making, after May 31 of the

current fiscal year, payments to States under titles I, IV, V, X, and XIV, respectively, of the Social Security Act, as amended, for the first quarter of the next succeeding fiscal year, such sums as may be necessary, the obligations incurred and the expenditures made thereunder for payments under each of such titles and under such Act of June 6, 1933, to be charged to the appro

priation therefor for that fiscal year (p. 178). For an annual premium to provide for the payment of all annuities, pensions,

and death benefits in accordance with the provisions of the Railroad Retirement Acts of 1935 and 1937, as amended, for crediting to the Railroad Retirement Account an amount equal to amounts covered into the Treasury (minus

refunds) during the current fiscal year (p. 181). Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1952:

All sums received from sales of waste paper, other waste material, and con

demned property, and for losses or damage to Government property, shall be deposited to the credit, on the books of the Treasury Department, of the appropriation made for the working capital of the Government Printing Office for the year in which the work is done, and be subject to requisition by the Public

Printer (p. 200). Departments of State, Justice, Commerce, and the Judiciary Appropriation Act, 1952: Moneys received from the sale of publications, including reproductions of any

scientific or technical report, document, or descriptive material, shall be deposited in a special account in the Treasury and be available for reimbursing any appropriation for expenses borne by reason of such reproduction and dissemination and making refunds to organizations and individuals when entitled thereto (Commerce Department) (p. 217).

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