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DIVISION OF PERSONNEL
Salaries: For the Chief of the Division, and other personal services in the District of Columbia, $164,000.
OFFICE OF CHIEF CLERK
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Salaries: For the Chief Clerk and other personal services in the District of Columbia, $286,000.
MISCELLANEOUS AND CONTINGENT EXPENSES, TREASURY DEPARTMENT
Operating expenses, Department buildings.
For miscellaneous and contingent expenses of the Office of the Secretary and the Bureaus and offices of the Department, including operating expenses of the Treasury, Treasury Annex, Auditors', and Liberty Loan Buildings; financial journals, purchase (including exchange) of books of reference and lawbooks, technical and scientific books, newspapers, and periodicals, expenses incurred in completing imperfect series, library cards, supplies, and all other necessary expenses connected with the library; not exceeding $15,000 for traveling expenses, including the payment of actual transportation and subsistence expenses to any person whom the Secretary of the Treasury may from time to time invite to the city of Washington or elsewhere for conference and advisory purposes in furthering the work of the Department; freight, expressage, telegraph and telephone service; maintenance and repair of motortrucks and three passenger automobiles (one for the Secretary of the Treasury and two for general use of the Department), all to be used for official purposes only; file holders and cases; fuel, oils, grease, and heating supplies and equipment; gas and electricity for lighting, heating, and power purposes, including material, fixtures, and equipment therefor; floor covering and repairs thereto, furniture and office equipment, including supplies therefor and repairs thereto; purchase and repair of uniforms for elevator conductors; awnings, window shades, and fixtures; cleaning supplies and equipment; drafting equipment; flags; hand trucks; ladders; miscellaneous hardware; streetcar fares not exceeding $650; thermometers; lavatory equipment and supplies; tools and sharpening same; laundry service; laboratory supplies and equipment; removal of rubbish; postage; not to exceed $30,000 for stationery for the Treasury Department and its several bureaus and offices, and field services thereof, except such bureaus and offices as may be otherwise specifically provided for, including tags, labels, and index cards, printed in the course of manufacturing, packing boxes and other materials necessary for shipping stationery supplies, and cost of transportation of stationery supplies purchased free on board point of shipment and of such supplies shipped from Washington to field offices; and other absolutely necessary articles, supplies, and equipment not otherwise provided for; $260,000: Provided, That the appropriations for the Bureau of Accounts, Bureau of the Public Debt, Internal Revenue Service, Procurement Division, Office of the Treasurer of the United States, Division of Disbursement, and Foreign Funds Control for the fiscal year 1946 are hereby made available for the payment of items otherwise properly chargeable to this appropriation, the provisions of section 6, Act of August 23, 1912 (31 U. S. C. 669), to the contrary notwithstanding.
Printing and binding: For printing and binding for the Treasury Department and its several bureaus and offices, and field services thereof, except such bureaus and offices as may be otherwise specifically provided for, including materials for the use of the book
37 Stat. 414.
40 Stat. 1270.
binder, located in the Treasury Department, but not including work done at the New York Customhouse bindery authorized by the Joint Committee on Printing in accordance with the Act of March 1, 1919 (44 U. S. C. 111), $24,000.
CUSTODY OF TREASURY BUILDINGS
Salaries of operating force: For the Superintendent of Treasury Buildings and for other personal services in the District of Columbia, including the operating force of the Treasury Building, the Treasury Annex, the Liberty Loan Building, the Belasco Theatre Building, the Auditors' Building, and the west and south annexes thereof, $452,000.
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BUREAU OF ACCOUNTS
Deposit of withheld taxes.
57 Stat. 138.
28 U. S. IV, $ 1631.
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Salaries and expenses: For all necessary expenses in the District of Columbia, except printing and binding of the Bureau of Accounts, including contract stenographic reporting services, stationery (not to exceed $10,000), supplies and equipment; purchase and exchange of lawbooks, books of reference, periodicals, and newspapers; travel expenses, $734,000.
Salaries and expenses, deposit of withheld taxes: For all necessary expenses incident to the deposit of withheld taxes in Government depositories pursuant to the
Current Tax Payment Act of 1943, includ7. Tiesi : C., Supp. ing personal services in the District of Columbia; not to exceed $20,000
for printing and binding; and reimbursement to Federal Reserve banks for printing and other necessary expenses, $500,000.
Printing and binding: For printing and binding for the Bureau of
Accounts, $32,000. Post, p. 663.
Division of Disbursement, salaries and expenses: For all necessary expenses, except printing and binding, of the Division of Disbursement,
including personal services in the District of Columbia, stationery, and Transfer of funds. travel, $4,700,000: Provided, That with the approval of the Bureau of
the Budget there may be transferred to this appropriation and to the Infra.
appropriation “Printing and binding, Division of Disbursement” from funds respectively available for such purposes for the Agricultural Adjustment Agency, Federal Housing Administration, Federal Public Housing Authority, Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation, Federal Prison Industries, Railroad Retirement Board, United States Maritime Commission, the Federal Crop Insurance Corporation, the Commodity Credit Corporation, the Office of Distribution, and the Farm Security Administration, such sums as may be necessary to cover the expense incurred in performing the function of disbursement
therefor. Supra; post, p. 653.
Printing and binding: For printing and binding, Division of Disbursement, including the cost of transportation to field offices of printed and bound material and the cost of necessary packing boxes and packing materials, $130,000.
Contingent expenses, public moneys: For contingent expenses under the requirements of section 3653 of the Revised Statutes (31 U. S. C. 545), for the collection, safekeeping, transfer, and disbursement of the public money, transportation of notes, bonds, and other securities of the United States, transportation of gold coin and gold certificates transferred to Federal Reserve banks and branches, United States mints and assay offices, and the Treasury, after March 9, 1933, actual expenses of examiners detailed to examine the books, accounts, and money on hand at the several depositories, including national banks acting as depositories under the requirements of section 3649, Revised Statutes (31 U. S. C. 548), also including examinations of cash accounts at mints, $450,000.
Recoinage of silver coins: To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to continue the recoinage of worn and uncurrent subsidiary silver coins of the United States now in the Treasury or hereafter received, and to reimburse the Treasurer of the United States for the difference between the nominal or face value of such coins and the amount the same will produce in new coins, $140,000.
Relief of the indigent, Alaska: For the payment to the United States district judges in Alaska (not to exceed 10 per centum of the receipts from licenses collected outside of incorporated towns in Alaska), to be expended for the relief of persons in Alaska who are indigent and incapacitated through nonage, old age, sickness, or accident, $24,000.
Refund of moneys erroneously received and covered (indefinite appropriation): To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to meet any expenditures of the character formerly chargeable to the appropriation accounts abolished under section 18 of the Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act of 1934, approved June 26, 1934, and any other collections erroneously received and covered which are not properly chargeable to any other appropriation, there is hereby made available such amount as may be necessary:
Payment of unclaimed moneys (indefinite appropriation): To enable the Secretary of the Treasury to meet any expenditures of the character formerly chargeable to the appropriation accounts abolished under section 17 of the Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act of 1934, approved June 26, 1934, payable from the funds held by the United States in the trust' fund receipt account “Unclaimed moneys of individuals whose whereabouts are unknown”, there is hereby made available such amount as may be necessary.
48 Stat. 1231.
48 Stat. 1230.
BUREAU OF THE PUBLIC DEBT
40 Stat. 288.
Ante, pp. 47, 48;
Reimbursement of Federal Reserve
55 Stat. 8.
Administering the public debt: For necessary expenses connected with any public debt operations authorized by the Second Liberty Bond Act, as amended (31 U. S. C. 760-762), and with the administration of any public debt or currency issues of the United States with supp. IV, 754a et seq! which the Secretary of the Treasury is charged, $84,250,000, to be infra. expended as the Secretary of the Treasury may direct: Provided, That from the amount appropriated herein, the Federal Reserve banks and banks. their branches may be reimbursed for expenditures made by them as fiscal agents of the United States on account of public-debt transactions for the account of the Secretary of the Treasury, and advances to the Postmaster General may be made in accordance with the provisions of section 22 (e) of the Second Liberty Bond Act, as amended (31 U. S. C. 757c (e)), which section shall be construed as applying iv, 57570 (e): to this appropriation: Provided further, That the indefinite appropriation provided by section 10 of the Second Liberty Bond Act, as amended, shall not be available for obligation during the fiscal year 1946.
Distinctive paper for United States securities : For distinctive paper for United States currency, including transportation of paper, traveling, mill, and other necessary expenses, and salaries of employees and allowance, in lieu of expenses, of officer or officers detailed from the Treasury Department, not exceeding $50 per month each when actually on duty, $800,000: Provided, That in order to foster competition in the manufacture of distinctive paper for United States securities, the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized, in his discretion, to split the award for such paper for the fiscal year 1946 between the two bidders whose prices per pound are the lowest received after advertisement.
40 Stat. 292.
Division of award. OFFICE OF THE TREASURER OF THE UNITED STATES
Transfer of funds.
Salaries and expenses : For all necessary expenses, except printing and binding, of the Office of the Treasurer of the United States, including purchase of periodicals and books of reference, $4,600,000: Provided, That with the approval of the Bureau of the Budget, there may be transferred to this appropriation and to the appropriation "Printing and binding, Office of the Treasurer of the United States”, from funds respectively available for such purposes for the Agricultural Adjustment Agency, Home Owners' Loan Corporation, Tennessee Valley Authority, Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation, Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Federal land banks and other banks and corporations under the supervision of the Farm Credit Administration, Railroad Retirement Board, Federal Crop Insurance Corporation, United States Maritime Commission, Office of Distribution, Farm Security Administration, Federal Housing Administration, Federal Public Housing Authority, Commodity Credit Corporation, and corporations and banks under the Federal Home Loan Bank Administration, such sums as may be necessary to cover the expenses incurred on account of such respective activities in clearing of checks, servicing of bonds, handling of collections, and rendering of accounts therefor.
Salaries (reimbursable): For personal services in the District of Columbia, in redeeming Federal Reserve notes, $80,000, to be reimbursed by the Federal Reserve banks.
Printing and binding: For printing and binding for the Office of the Treasurer of the United States, $275,000.
Federal Reserve notes.
BUREAU OF CUSTOMS
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IV, app. $ 601 'note.
46 Stat. 817.
Salaries and expenses: For collecting the revenue from customs, 50 U. S. C., Supp. for enforcement, as specified in Executive Order 9083, of certain navi
gation laws, for the detection and prevention of frauds upon the customs revenue, and not to exceed $100,000 for the securing of evidence of violations of the customs and navigation laws; for expenses of
transportation and transfer of customs receipts from points where Foreign living allow. there are no Government depositories; not to exceed $84,500 for foreign
living allowances; not to exceed $500 for subscriptions to newspapers; not to exceed $85,000 for stationery; not to exceed $12,000 for improving, repairing, maintaining, or preserving buildings, inspection stations, office quarters, including líving quarters for officers, sheds, and sites along the Canadian and Mexican borders acquired under authority of the Act of June 26, 1930 (19 U.S. C. 68); and for the purchase (not to exceed one hundred and fifty), maintenance, repair, and operation
of motor-propelled passenger-carrying vehicles when necessary for Overtime compen- official use in field work; for the payment of extra compensation earned
by customs officers or employees for overtime services, at the expense
of the parties in interest, in accordance with the provisions of section 36 Stat. 901; 41 Stat. 5 of the Act approved February 13, 1911, as amended by the Act 19 0. S. c., Supp. approved February 7, 1920, and section 451 of the Tariff Act, 1930,
as amended (19 U. S. C. 261, 267, and 1451), the receipts from such overtime services to be deposited as a refund to the appropriation from which such overtime compensation is paid, in accordance with the provisions of section 524 of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended; for the cost of seizure, storage, and disposition of any merchandise, vehicle and team, automobile, boat, air or water craft, or any other conveyance seized under the provisions of the customs laws, for the purchase of arms, ammunition, and accessories; not to exceed $606,600 for personal services in the District of Columbia exclusive of ten persons from the
IV, 88 261, 267, 1451.
46 Stat. 741.
46 Stat. 741.
Use of privately owned automobiles.
Services rendered to private interests.
field force authorized to be detailed under section 525 of the Tariff Act of 1930, and reimbursement, at not to exceed 3 cents per mile, of employees for travel performed by them in privately owned automobiles while engaged in inspecting, guarding, admeasuring, examining, sampling, investigating, and storekeeping duties within the limits of their official station, $22,900,000, of which $300,000 shall constitute an advance fund to enable the Bureau of Customs to meet obligations incurred by it arising from services rendered to private interests, pending receipt of reimbursements therefrom, which amount shall be returned to the Treasury not later than six months after the close of the fiscal year 1946.
Printing and binding: For printing and binding, Bureau of Customs, including the cost of transportation to field offices of printed and bound material
and the cost of necessary packing boxes and packing materials, $80,000.
Refunds and drawbacks (indefinite appropriation): For the refund or payment of customs collections or receipts, and for the payment of debentures or drawbacks, bounties, and allowances, as authorized by law, there is hereby made available such amount as may be necessary.
OFFICE OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY
Salaries: Comptroller of the Currency and other personal services in the District of Columbia, $233,000.
Printing and binding: For printing and binding for the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, $12,000.
BUREAU OF INTERNAL REVENUE
Salaries and expenses: For salaries and expenses in connection with the assessment and collection of internal-revenue taxes and the administration of the internal-revenue laws, including the administration of such provisions of other laws as are authorized by or pursuant to law to be administered by or under the direction of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, including one stamp agent (to be reimbursed by the stamp manufacturers) and the employment of experts; the securing of evidence of violations of the Acts, the cost of chemical analyses made by others than employees of the United States and expenses incident to such chemists testifying when necessary; telegraph and telephone service, postage, freight, express, necessary expenses incurred in making investigations in connection with the enrollment or disbarment of practitioners before the Treasury Department in internal-revenue matters, expenses of seizure and sale, and other necessary miscellaneous expenses, including stenographic reporting services; for the acquisition of property under the provisions of title III of the Liquor Law Repeal and Enforcement Act, 304m. approved August 27, 1935 (49 Stat. 872–881), and the operation, maintenance, and repair of property acquired under such title III; for the purchase (not to exceed thirty-four), hire, maintenance, repair, and operation of motor-propelled or horse-drawn passengercarrying vehicles when necessary, for official use of the Alcohol Tax and Intelligence Units in field work; printing and binding (not to exceed $2,200,000); and the procurement of such supplies, stationery (not to exceed $1,400,000), equipment, furniture, mechanical devices, laboratory supplies, periodicals, newspapers for the Alcohol Tax Unit, ammunition, lawbooks and books of reference, and such other articles as may be necessary, $120,000,000, of which amount not to exceed $10,800,000 may be expended for personal services in the Dis
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40 U. 8. C. 88 3041
Printing and bind. ing.