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1.-APPROPRIATIONS MADE DURING THE SECOND SESSION OF THE EIGHTY.
SECOND CONGRESS CONSISTING OF REGULAR ANNUAL, SUPPLEMENTAL,
DEFICIENCY, AND MISCELLANEOUS (pp. 5-504).
APPROPRIATION BILLS (pp. 532, 533).
ADDITION TO APPROPRIATIONS MADE THEREIN (p. 538).
SECOND SESSION, JANUARY 8, 1952, TO JULY 7, 1952
PREPARED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE COMMITTEES ON APPROPRIATIONS OF THE SENATE AND HOUSE
OF REPRESENTATIVES AS REQUIRED BY LAW. (U. S. CODE, TITLE 2, SECTION 105)
The previous volumes of this work for each session of Congress from the Fiftieth to the Sixty-seventh, inclusive, covering the fiscal years 1889 to 1924, inclusive, have contained tabulations in accordance with law, showing offices created and omitted and offices the salaries of which have been increased or reduced. Such tabulations have been eliminated from this publication, under the authority contained in the Legislative Appropriation Act approved June 7, 1924, and reading as follows:
“In lieu of the data relating to offices created and omitted and salaries increased and reduced, the statement shall hereafter contain such additional information concerning estimates and appropriations, as the committees may deem necessary.'
The Classification Act of 1923, as amended, providing a method for classification of positions in the District of Columbia, salary schedules and ratings for such positions, and provisions for administrative promotions, effective on July 1, 1924, makes impossible the compilation of accurate and useful statements of the character above referred to.
This volume, pursuant to the above-quoted authority, contains detailed statements showing each item of appropriation made during the session and each Budget estimate submitted by the President and the increase or decrease in the Budget estimate compared with the appropriation in each instance.
This compilation contains laws affecting or making appropriations which were enacted during the second session of the Eighty-second Congress, with the exception of private relief acts containing appropriations. Such private acts have been omitted from this compilation but a summary thereof containing the number of the act, the beneficiaries, and the amount appropriated is included.
JOHN H. KERR, North Carolina
JOHN TABER, New York
I Deceased August 21, 1952. 7 Deceased April 2, 1952. 3 Elected by H. Res. 618, Agreed to April 30, 1952.
I. APPROPRIATIONS MADE DURING THE SECOND SESSION OF
THE EIGHTY-SECOND CONGRESS, CONSISTING OF REGULAR
ANNUAL, SUPPLEMENTAL, DEFICIENCY, AND MISCELLANEOUS THIRD SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION ACT,
[PUBLIC LAW 375—821 CONGRESS]
[H. R. 6947]
1952, and for other purposes, approved June 5, 1952. Be it enacted by the Senate and Ilouse 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.
For payment to Marjorie C. Wherry, widow of Kenneth S. Wherry, late a Senator from the State of Nebraska, $12,500.
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY
Effective April 15, 1952, the appropriation for salaries of officers and employees of the Senate contained in the Legislative Branch Appropriation Act for the fiscal year 1932 is made available for the compensation of one camera man, Joint Recording Facility, at the basic rate of $3,600 per annum.
CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF THE SENATE
Folding documents: For an additional amount for folding speeches and pamphlets at a gross rate not exceeding $2 per thousand, $10,000.
Senate restaurants: For an additional amount for Senate kitchens and restaurants, $25,000_
[Total, Senate, $ 47,500.]
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
For payment to Helen D. Whitaker, widow of John A. Whitaker, late a Representative from the State of Kentucky, $12,500: Provided, That the foregoing death gratuity payment, and any other death gratuity payment at any time specifically appropriated by this or any other Act or at any time made out of the contingent fund of the House