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Sums received from States, counties, municipalities, and other public authorities

for expenses incurred in the maintenance and operation of airport-traffic-control towers may be credited to the appropriation “Salaries and expenses, Civil

Aeronautics Administration” (p. 218). Treasury and Post Office Departments Appropriation Act, 1952: An amount equal to the difference between the revenues of the Post Office

Department and the total of the appropriations to the Post Office Department is appropriated out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appro

priated (p. 238). Public Law 886, approved December 21, 1950 (Eighty-first Congress):

The Secretary of the Treasury is authorized and directed to pay to the Government of Portugal in full settlement of claims for losses and damages inflicted by United States Armed Forces upon persons and property in the Territory of Macao during World War II in violation of noutral rights, $202,559.52, together with such additional sums as are necessary due to increase in exchange

rate or to the accumulation of interest (p. 275). Public Law 47, approved June 14, 1951:

To amend the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938, as amended, by adding a new

title, Title XIII– War Risk Insurance. All moneys received from premiums, salvage, or other recoveries, and all receipts in connection with this title shall be deposited in a revolving fund in the Treasury of the United States and payments of return premiums, losses, settlements, judgments, and all liabilities

incurred by the United States shall be made therefrom (p. 498). Public Law 48, approved June 15, 1951:

Any sums payable by the Government of India, under the interest terms agreed

to between the Government of the United States and the Government of India, on or before January 1, 1957, as interest on the principal of any debt incurred under this Act, and not to exceed a total of $5,000,000, shall, when paid, be placed in a special deposit account in the Treasury of the United States to be available for studies, instruction, technical training, and other educational activities in the United States for students, professors, other academic persons, and technicians who are citizens of India and similar activ

ities in India for citizens of the United States, etc. (p. 385). Public Law 70, approved July 1, 1951: Making temporary appropriations for the fiscal year 1952. Enacted to provide

temporary appropriations for the month of July pending the enactment into

law of the various appropriation acts (p. 278). Public Law 97, approved July 31, 1951:

Amending an Act making temporary appropriations for the fiscal year 1952.

Enacted to provide temporary appropriations for the month of August pending

the enactment into law of the various appropriation acts (p. 282). Public Law 132, approved August 29, 1951:

Amending an Act making temporary appropriations for the fiscal year 1952.

Enacted to provide temporary appropriations for the month of September

pending the enactment into law of the various appropriation acts (p. 283). Public Law 156, approved September 28, 1951:

Amending an Act making temporary appropriations for the fiscal year 1952.

Enacted to provide temporary appropriations for the month of October

pending the enactment into law of the various appropriation acts (p. 284). Public Law 159, approved October 8, 1951:

Creates in the Treasury a fund to be known as “District of Columbia Public

School food services fund” to which shall be credited all revenues and receipts of any nature whatever derived from the operation of food services, said fund to be available for the purchase of food, supplies, and all other services, and expenditures of whatever nature which are necessary for the conduct of the

Department of Food Services (p. 378). Public Law 212, approved October 26, 1951:

To provide for the operation, management, maintenance, and demolition of

federally acquired properties acquired for the Independence National Historical Park, any funds received from leasing of said properties, buildings thereon, or space in buildings thereon are made available therefor (p. 512). 9093251-36

Private Law 73, approved May 22, 1951:

The Secretary of the Treasury is directed to pay to John Clarke (1) the amount

to which he would have been entitled for unused leave accrued during the period of his employment by the Department of Agriculture if such employ. ment had been authorized by law, and for which he was not compensated upon the termination of such emplloyment and (2) the balance of any salary due him upon his separation from his employment and remaining unpaid

(p. 518). Private Law 235, approved August 30, 1951:

The Secretary of the Treasury is directed to pay to Ruth Alice Crawshaw, the

widow of Ralph Everett Crawshaw, a sum equal to the amount which would have been payable to her as death compensation for the period beginning on the date of her original application for such benefits and ending on November 4, 1947, on account of the death of the said Ralph Everett Crawshaw in the naval service of the United States had the award of such compensation been made effective from the date of such original application (p. 519).

VI. COMPARISON OF BUDGET ESTIMATES AND CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS

IN ADDITION TO APPROPRIATIONS, 81ST CONG., 2D SESS., AFTER NOV. 27, 1950, AND THE 82D CONG., IST SESS.

In addition to the appropriations specified in the following paragraphs for the purposes named therein, contracts are authorized to be entered into subject to future appropriations by Congress for not to exceed the following respective amounts:

81ST CONG., 2D SESS., AFTER NOV. 27, 1950

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i No contract authorizations provided for by appropriation acts enacted during the first session of the 82d Cong.

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Vla. COMPARISON OF BUDGET ESTIMATES AND LOAN AUTHORIZATIONS IN
ADDITION TO APPROPRIATIONS AND CONTRACT AUTHORIZATIONS

82D CONG., IST SESS.

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1 In addition $75,000,000 may be borrowed if required for the expeditious and orderly development of the program. ? In addition $25,000,000 may be borrowed if required for the expeditious and orderly development of the program.

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VII. STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS AUTHORIZED IN OTHER THAN

APPROPRIATIONS ACTS DURING (1) THE SECOND SESSION OF THE 81ST CONG. AFTER NOV. 27, 1950, (2) THE FIRST SESSION OF THE 82D CONG. AND (3) APPROPRIATIONS MADE IN PURSUANCE OF SUCH AUTHORIZATIONS

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P. L.903....... Dec. 29 | Authorizing payment to certain States amounts withheld from

grazing fees on public lands.

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P. L. 42.----- May 29 | To amend the act of June 23, 1949, with respect to telephone and

telegraph service for Members of the House of Representatives. P. L.81...... July 20 | Relating to the compensation of employees of the House and

Senate press, periodical, and radio galleries.

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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

$970,000

P. L. 198...... Oct. 24 | To provide for the acquisition of land and the construction

thereon of buildings and appurtenances essential for forest-fire
control operations of the Forest Service, U. S. Department of
Agriculture, at or near Missoula, Mont., and for other

purposes.
P. L. 228. - Oct. 29 | To provide for an agricultural program in the Virgin Islands....

See footnotes, p. 568.

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