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PUBLIC LAND MANAGEMENT—Continued

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) Continued

1963

1962 actual

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE-Continued

1962 1963 1964

actual estimate estimate Intragovernmental funds---Continued

New obligational authority:
ADVANCES AND REIMBURSEMENTS--continued

Appropriation

0

0 2,462 Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)-Continued

Transferred from “Management and protec

tion, National Park Service” pursuant to
Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1950.

28 1,101
1964
estimate estimate
Appropriation (adjusted)

28 1,101

2,462

Proposed supplemental due to pay in23 Rent, communications, and utilities

295 280

280
creases

36 24 Printing and reproduction...

3
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2 25 Other services...

297 250 250 26 Supplies and materials.

469 450 450

1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 31 Equipment..

199
160

160

1961. $0; 1962, $10 thousand; 1963, $10 thousand; 1964, $10 thousand. 32 Lands and structures.

1,101 825 824

1. Planning and cooperative services.-Funds provided Total obligations...

3,633 3,171 3,212 are for (1) preparation of a nationwide plan encompassing

all aspects of outdoor recreation taking into consideration Personnel Summary

activities of the Federal, State, and local governments and of the private sector; (2) furnishing of technical assistance

to State and local agencies in the provision of outdoor Total number of permanent positions.

34
32

29 Full-time equivalent of other positions.

recreation opportunities; and (3) conducting studies of 92 85

90 Average number of all employees.

194 180

182

special areas having significant recreation potential. Number of employees at end of year.

70
70

70 2. Coordination, education, and research.-Programs of Average GS grade.

8.1 8.0 8.0 over 20 Federal agencies involved in some aspect of outAverage GS salary.

$6,797 $7,117 $7,113 door recreation are reviewed in order to promote a coorAverage salary of ungraded positions.

$5,034 $5,267 $5,263

dinated effort in this field; technical materials are prepared for the use of educational institutions and the public;

liaison with colleges and universities is maintained in an BUREAU OF OUTDOOR RECREATION

effort to foster adequate training in outdoor recreation;

and research needs in this field are studied and action The Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, established in April initiated to meet the most pressing needs through in-house 1962, serves as the focal point in the Federal Government or contract research. for the many activities related to outdoor recreation. In A supplemental appropriation for 1963 is anticipated for addition, liaison is maintained with State and local gov- separate transmittal. ernments and the private sector with a view to developing and executing a nationwide coordinated effort in the

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars) provision of outdoor recreation opportunities.

1962 1963

1964 estimate estimate

actual

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of their immediate staffs as authorized by law (48 U.S.C. 1591, 72 Stat. 1095); compensation and mileage of members of the legislatures in Guam, American Samoa, and the Virgin Islands as authorized by law (48 U.S.C. secs. 1421d(e), 1431a(c), and 1572e); compensation and expenses of the judiciary in American Samoa as authorized by law (48 U.S.C. 1431a(c)); grants to American Samoa, in addition to current local revenues, for support of governmental functions; and personal services, household equipment and furnishings, and utilities necessary in the operation of the houses of the Governors of Guam and American Samoa; [$13,768,000] $13,819,000: Provided, That the Territorial and local governments herein provided for are authorized to make purchases through the General Services Administration: Provided further, That appropriations available for the administration of Territories may be expended for the purchase, charter, maintenance, and operation of aircraft

nd surface vessels for official purposes and for commercial transportation purposes found by the Secretary to be necessary. (Executive Orders 6726, 10077, 10137; 48 U.S.C. 1391, 1421-14266; Department of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriation Act, 1963.)

Program and Financing in thousands of dollars)

400

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LAND AND WATER CONSERVATION FUND

1

Program by activities:

1. Virgin Islands: Proposed for separate transmittal:

(a) Governor's office...

78 86 92 (b) Legislative expense.

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13

13 (c) Comptroller's office....

157 225 185 Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

2. Guam:
Governor's office.

86

82 84 (b) Legislative expense..

24 24 24 1962

1963 1964
actual estimate estimato

3. American Samoa:
(a) Governor's office..

96 140 165 (b) Legislative expense.

24
30

35 Program by activities:

(c) Chief justice and high court.

40
67

78 Land and water conservation fund (program

(d) Grants.

9,430 12,807 12,807 costs, funded)..

22,000
4. Canton Island Administration..

17
21

21 Change in selected resources

3,000
5. General Administration.--.

265 303 315 Total obligations...

25,000 Total program costs, funded.

10,227 13,798 13,819 Change in selected resources 1.

3 Financing: New obligational authority (proposed supple

Total obligations...-

10,230 13,798 13,819 mental appropriation)

25,000

Financing: 1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1963,

Unobligated balance lapsing.---

104 $0; 1964, $3,000 thousand.

New obligational authority..

10,334 13,798

13,819 Under proposed legislation, 1964.–Legislation is proposed to establish a fund for recreation purposes.

New obligational authority:
Appropriation..--

10,334 13,768 13,819 Proposed supplemental due to pay increases..

30 OFFICE OF TERRITORIES The Office promotes economic and political develop Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961. ment in territorial and trusteeship areas under U.S. juris

$7 thousand; 1962, $10 thousand; 1963, $10 thousand; 1964, $10 thousand. diction. It originates and implements Federal policy, Provision is made for expenses of the Office of Terriguides and coordinates certain operating programs, pro- tories, and for support of the governments of the Virgin vides information and advice, and participates in foreign Islands, Guam, and American Samoa. policy matters concerning the Territories. In addition, The grant to American Samoa is made to supplement the Office represents the Governors of the Virgin Islands, local revenue for the operation of the government, the Guam, and American Samoa in Washington; and assists costs of which are distributed as follows (in thousands of the Virgin Islands Corporation.

dollars):

1962 actual 1963 estimale 1964 estimate Health, education, and welfare...

1,704 2,623 4,291 General and special funds:

Economic and industrial development.- 142

290

237 Operation, maintenance, and transportaADMINISTRATION OF TERRITORIES

tion services.

970 1.239

1,417 General administration.

496
693

547 For expenses necessary for the administration of Territories and Construction..--

7,218 9,062 7,615 for the departmental administration of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, under the jurisdiction of the Department of the Total cost of government...--- 10,530 13,907 14,107 Interior, including expenses of the offices of the Governors of Guam Deduct local revenues applied..... 1,100 1,100 1,300 and American Samoa, as authorized by law (48 U.S.C., secs. 1422, 1431a(c)); salaries of the Governor of the Virgin Islands, the Gov Total grants required...

9,430 12,807 12,807 ernment Secretary, the Government Comptroller, and the members

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PUBLIC LAND MANAGEMENT- Continued

OFFICE OF TERRITORIES-Continued

General and special funds-Continued

Department of Agriculture for distribution on the same basis as domestic distribution in any State, Territory, or possession of the United States, without exchange of funds, such surplus food commodities as may be available pursuant to section 32 of the Act of August 24, 1935, as amended (7 U.S.C. 612c) and section 416 of the Agricultural Act of 1949, as amended (7 U.S.C. 1431). (Executive Orders 10265, 10408; Department of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriation Act, 1963.)

Program and Financing in thousands of dollars)

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83 14 84 64

7.8 $7,066

86 12 92 98

8.3 $7,814

82 13 94 93

6,304

7,710

Total number of permanent positions -
Full-time equivalent of other positions.
Average number of all employees.
Number of employees at end of year.-
Average GS grade..
Average GS salary
Average salary, grades established by-

Act of July 31, 1956 (70 Stat. 740).

Act of August 28, 1958 (72 Stat. 1095). Average salary of ungraded positions..

15,000

8.3

$8,034

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TRUST TERRITORY OF THE PACIFIC ISLANDS For expenses necessary for the Department of the Interior in administration of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands pursuant to the Trusteeship Agreement approved by joint resolution of July 18, 1947 (61 Stat. 397), and the Act of June 30, 1954 (68 Stat. 330), as amended (76 Stat. 171), including the expenses of the High Commissioner of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands; compensation and expenses of the Judiciary of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands; grants to the Trust Territory of the Pacific Íslands in addition to local revenues, for support of governmental functions; [$6,600,000] $15,000,000: Provided, That the revolving fund for loans to locally owned private trading enterprises shall continue to be available during the fiscal year [1963] 1964: Provided further, That all financial transactions of the Trust Territory, including such transactions of all agencies or instrumentalities established or utilized by such Trust Territory, shall be audited by the General Accounting Office in accordance with the provisions of the Budget and Accounting Act, 1921 (42 Stat. 23), as amended, and the Accounting and Auditing Act of 1950 (64 Stat. 834): Provided further, That the government of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands is authorized to make purchases through the General Services Administration; Provided further, That appropriations available for the administration of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands may be expended for the purchase, charter, maintenance, and operation of aircraft and surface vessels for official purposes and for commercial transportation purposes found by the Secretary to be necessary in carrying out the provisions of article 6(2) of the Trusteeship Agreement approved by Congress: Provided further, That notwithstanding the provisions of any law, the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands is authorized to receive, during the current fiscal year, from the

1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961, $9 thousand; 1962, $0; 1963, $0.

Under the terms of the Trusteeship Agreement between the United States and the Security Council of the United Nations, the United States exercises full jurisdiction over the territory and has undertaken to promote the political, economic and educational advancement of the inhabitants.

The territory encompasses some 3 million square miles of ocean over which are scattered 2,141 islands with a land area of 687 square miles. The population is approximately 80 thousand. The Department of the Interior is responsible for administration of all the territory.

2. Judiciary.-Provision is made for the high court of the Trust Territory, the court of appeals, and the lesser courts of the territory.

3. Grants. The cost of operating the government of the territory is defrayed by these grants and local revenue. These costs are distributed as follows (in thousands of dollars):

1962 aclual 1963 estimate 1964 estimale Health, education and other services... 1,851 3,218 4,955 Operation and maintenance.

1,294 1,712 1,550 Transportation services.

1.957 1,844 1,275 General government.

1.623 1,857

1,925 Construction..

1,094

500

6,000

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1962 actual

1963 estimate

1964 estimate

1962 actual

1964 estimate

(Permanent)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)
Program by activities:
Grants (costs-obligations) -
7,290

1963

estimate Financing: New obligational authority (proposed sup

Program by activities: plemental appropriation) --

7,290

Payments to the Virgin Islands (costs-obli-
gations) (object class 41).------

6,173 7,683 Under eristing legislation, 1963.-The supplemental ap

Financing:
New obligational authority -

6,173 7,683
propriation will be used to initiate a comprehensive de-
velopment program for the Territory. In the initial
phase primary emphasis will be on providing adequate New obligational authority:
schools and staffing them with qualified teachers.

Appropriation

6,842 7,683 Transferred to "Contributions, Virgin Is

lands Corporation" (75 Stat. 263) (-)..... -669

7,154

7,154

7,154

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Program by activities:

207 Unobligated balance..

200 200 165 Loan program (costs-obligations) (object class 33).

70 126 161
Invested capital and earnings-

144 155 162 203 Financing:

Total Government equity-.

351 356 362 368 Revenues and other receipts: Collection on loans..

58 120 120 Interest on loans. -

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ALASKA RAILROAD
Total revenues and other receipts---

63 126 126 Unobligated balance brought forward..

207 200 200

Public enterprise funds: Unobligated balance carried forward (-) ---- -200 -200 -165

ALASKA RAILROAD REVOLVING FUND Financing applied to program..

70 126

161

The Alaska Railroad Revolving Fund shall continue available

until expended for the work authorized by law, including operation Summary Sources and Application of Funds (in thousands of dollars) and maintenance of oceangoing or coastwise vessels by ownership,

charter, or arrangement with other branches of the Government Obligations (from program and financing)

service, for the purpose of providing additional facilities for trans(gross expenditures).

70 126 161

portation of freight, passengers, or mail, when deemed necessary for Revenues and other receipts (from program and

the benefit and development of industries or travel in the area

63 financing) (applicable receipts).

126

126

served; and payment of compensation and expenses as authorized

by section 42 of the Act of September 7, 1916 (5 U.S.C. 793), to be Budget expenditures.

reimbursed as therein provided: Provided, That no employee shall

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be paid an annual salary out of said fund in excess of the salaries prescribed by the Classification Act of 1949, as amended, for grade

GS-15, except the general manager of said railroad, one assistant Loans are made to local trading companies for purchase general manager at not to exceed the salaries prescribed by said of Micronesian products for resale in the world market, Act for GS-17, and five officers at not to exceed the salaries pre

scribed by said Act for grade GS-16. (48 U.S.C. 301-308; Departpurchase of trade goods for resale in Micronesia, and pur ment of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriation Act, 1963.) chase of vessels (55 Stat. 151). The 1956 appropriation language for the Trust Territory

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) of the Pacific Islands made available, for 1 year, $500 thousand of the proceeds from liquidation of the Island

1962 1963 1964

actual estimate estimate Trading Company of Micronesia for establishment of this fund. This amount was later reduced to $300 thousand

Program by activities: because $200 thousand no longer required was returned to

Operating costs, funded: Treasury. The availability has been continued since 1. Rail line operation program: 1956, and it is proposed to extend it again for 1964.

(a) Maintenance of roadway and
structures.

1,922 1,896 1,892 Interest charged is 4% per annum on the unpaid bal

(b) Maintenance of equipment.

2,743 2,783 2,783 ance, but is not shown on an accrual basis in the

(c) Traffic....

149 155 156 statements.

(d) Transportation service...

5,722
5,756

5,719

(e) Communications system operaRevenue, Expense, and Retained Earnings (in thousands of dollars)

tion and maintenance...

205 210 210 (f) Inciden taloperations...

356 364 401 (g) General and administrative exactual estimate estimate

pense

810 823 823

2. Other programs: Revenue (net income for the year)

5

(a) River boats and related facilities
6
6
leased..

29
28

28 Analysis of retained earnings: Earnings, start

(b) Other nono perating expense.--

28
15

15 of year --

50
56
62

3. Other costs:
(a) Adjustment of prior years' costs.- 121

200 Retained earnings, end of year.

56 62 68
(b) Other applied costs.-

15
(c) Undistributed costs..

-71 -25 -25 Financial Condition (in thousands of dollars)

Total operating costs, funded... 12,028 12,206 12,202 1964

Capital outlay:
actual estimate estimate

1. Acquisition of roadbed, track, and struc-
tures.

1,201 1,055 799 Assets:

2. Acquisition of equipment.

506 1,414 592 Treasury balance...

207
200
200 165 3. Nonprogramed outlay.

500 500 Loans receivable, net.

144 155 162
Total capital outlay.

1,707 2,969 1,891 Total assets... 351 356 362 368

Total program costs, funded.. 13,735 15,175 14,093

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